CEMDF

AcronymDefinition
CEMDFConsulta Emerging Markets Debt Fund
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And she summoned a young black woman, whom she instructed, in French, to be very careful in checking off the list which she handed her.
shouted the scout, who did not spare his open laughter, though instantly checking the dangerous sounds he indulged his merriment at less risk of being overheard by any lurking enemies.
But I so far succeeded in checking the expression of this view that I will throw, just here, no further light on it than may be offered by the mention of my final observation to Mrs.
Just a moment," said Jurgis, checking his enthusiasm.
said he, suddenly checking his horses, and springing from his seat to the ground.
When an Erie baggagemaster saw it two years ago, he could hardly keep from checking it; and once when a customs inspector was brought into its presence, he gazed upon it in silent rapture for some moments, then slowly and unconsciously placed one hand behind him with the palm uppermost, and got out his chalk with the other.
There appeared such a perfectly good understanding among them all" he began rather quickly, but checking himself, added, "however, it is impossible for me to say on what terms they really were how it might all be behind the scenes.
Dashwood entered into all their feelings with a warmth which left her no inclination for checking this excessive display of them.
Heathcliff in unison, checking fiercer demonstrations with a punch of his foot.
JOHN," thought madame, checking off her work as her fingers knitted, and her eyes looked at the stranger.
I felt the words of my lessons slipping off, not one by one, or line by line, but by the entire page; I tried to lay hold of them; but they seemed, if I may so express it, to have put skates on, and to skim away from me with a smoothness there was no checking.
I answered, almost falling over her and checking myself.