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1720Threatening Act to Person or Property (police radio code; New Zealand)
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UO Board of Trustees - 10 a.m., Giustina Ballroom, Ford Alumni Center, 1720 E.
Newton went on to repurchase a good deal more South Sea Company shares at more than three times the price of his original stake, and then proceeded to lose Au20,000 (which, in 1720, amounted to almost all his life savings).
BEIRUT: The Drug Control Office of the Internal Security Forces continued a crackdown on marijuana plantations, destroying 1720 acres in the Bekaa Wednesday and Thursday.
Anyone interested should phone Gez Murphy on 024 7684 1720.
The 1720 CCS Stack-Fold Planter combines the productivity of the Central Commodity System and the performance of Pro-Series XP[TM] with the maneuverability of an integral planter.
1720 The South Sea "Bubble" speculation fever began.
THOUSANDS rushed to buy shares (left) in the world's first stock market swindle, the South Sea Bubble of 1720. In return for a pounds 7million loan to finance the war against France, the House of Lords allowed the South Sea Co a monopoly in trade with South America.
Also on the Haymarket is the Theatre Royal, dating back to 1720.
The sale of the 76,000 pieces, found on a wrecked junk believed to have been exporting goods to Europe in 1720, is expected to attract worldwide interest.
In 1720 the elderly violin maker Stradivari made a masterpiece: it was known as the 'Red Stradivari', but it wasn't a violin--it was a cello.