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the creation of an important worldwide discount market, which in turn would have, as a consequence, the turning into a broad bill market of the many millions that now flood and overflood Wall Street.
During late winter, the estuary and the nearshore remain covered with landfast and bottomfast ice, forcing the water to either find deeper channels under the ice or overflood the surface (Macdonald et al.