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Forbes, who came in as a friend of the Bradleys, were the first capitalists who, for purely business reasons, invested money in the Bell patents.
It encouraged the few capitalists who had invested money, and it stirred others to come forward.
The affairs of this debtor were perplexed by a partnership, of which he knew no more than that he had invested money in it; by legal matters of assignment and settlement, conveyance here and conveyance there, suspicion of unlawful preference of creditors in this direction, and of mysterious spiriting away of property in that; and as nobody on the face of the earth could be more incapable of explaining any single item in the heap of confusion than the debtor himself, nothing comprehensible could be made of his case.
IFC, a unit of the World Bank, has invested money to help farmers in West and Central Africa.
who have invested money, time and effort to have their opinions heard?
The family invested money to improve the living conditions and sanitation, and Handspan guides now bring trekkers from around the world to stay.
Given these conflicting perceptions, it is no surprise that several engineering organizations--including, among others, the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE)--have invested money in educating the public, with an emphasis on young people, on engineering and on what engineers do.
They invested money in developing a circuit board that would allow IBM PCs to process Chinese characters.
Four out of 10 Northerners said receiving financial advice would act as a catalyst for them to invest, but 39 per cent of people in Wales said they would want an increase in their disposable income before they invested money.
Not just the investors, whom, had they had the whit to read his autobiography would never have invested money in him in the first place, but more broadly to those of us who believe in the fourth estate.
They could also have chosen to photograph buildings whose owners have invested money in making their properties look decent instead of a few who have let them fall into disrepair.
British police claim that Mullen, who invested money in properties at Mountjoy Square, is renting houses to unsuspecting tenants under a different name.