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ROILReal Price of Oil
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Unfortunately, there's very little that roils in the life of a land-lover; financial markets are about it.
Through the powerful linkage of historical explosions, from Dresden to Nagasaki to the Twin Towers, framed in a universe that is itself slowly exploding, Foer's imagery begins to roil with the mythopoetic physics of a rabbinic fairy tale.
(LAA607) JAMES WATT, CEO of REMINGTON OIL & GAS CORPORATION (ROIL), describes the company's business and its background; prospects for the industry, with positive and negative trends; competitive threats; strategic opportunities for the firm including its marketing plans and acquisition potential; management strength and organization; and the financial prospects of the firm looking forward.
Surprisingly, it turns out Ted Kaczynski was more twisted than your average rock `n' roil drummer after a two-week gig in Amsterdam.
Companies mentioned include FD, ENE, CCR, BSC, PCP, CRS, IAD, CTL, DTE, SRE, PE, TXU, PCG, HUG, PLXS, PIR, HMX, SRR, ROIL.B, WZR, OII, ACF, FNF, PPD, PNT, GMP, BGR.
Castillo feels more kinship with other Third World women than with middle-class white feminists in the United States, and her criticism of mainstream white feminism shows again that the questions of race and class still roil the women's liberation movement.
Or look on as a Ghanaian dancer presents us with her well-draped, wriggling rear and makes it seem as amusingly expressive as a face, due to the cycles of her rhythmic virtuoso roil. In either case, a mirage of rhythm dances before your eyes until you almost have to wonder, Are the dancers really doing this themselves, or is a master puppeteer of jive in charge?
* Lesson #2, keep quiet when situations arise Don't roil the waters.
The roil of chemical reactions that turns dead plants and animals into oil can thwart even the best prognosticators.
Everyone rips off wigs and jackets--some of the blondes are blonds!--to roil in a merry riot.
Solar outbursts can roil Earth's ionosphere, rapidly changing the distribution of electric charge at high altitudes.
The US and China are in negotiations to reach an agreement to end the trade war that has roiled markets and threatened global growth.