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SACHSSt. Albert Catholic High School
SACHSSocial Action Community Health System (California)
SACHSSouthern Area Consortium of Human Services (California)
SACHSSavoie Acadian Cultural and Historical Society (Canada)
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The issuers also filed plans for the Goldman Sachs Access Total Bond Market ETF, a broad-based fund that would feature exposure to U.S.
During this time, she corresponded with distinguished Swedish writer Selma Lagerlof--who became the first woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1909--and who eventually saved Sachs' and her mother's lives.
The valuation by Goldman Sachs should encourage investors to buy Lebanon's Eurobonds in the hope that the prices will rise in the future, according to experts.
The Sachs Realty logo, a green and blue multifaceted globe, represents their all-round approach to real estate.
Sachs embraces the stereotypes--wabi-sabi, perfection in the imperfect, yin and yang, purity in the impure.
While Goldman Sachs is the world's most famous investment bank, this business contributes only 20 per cent of revenues.
The 2008 scandal saw presenter Jonathan Ross and comic Russell Brand upset Sachs' happy home life by leaving him a series of "cursing, jeering" prank voicemails, alleging that the actor's granddaughter had been in a sexual relationship with Brand.
Sachs' wife Melody also slammed the pair for continuing to refer to the incident.
The central charge is that Goldman Sachs deliberately exploited the relationship of trust and confidence it had established with the LIA to cause the LIA to enter into each of the disputed trades.
Jeffrey Sachs' formula for ending poverty was appealingly simple.
The mezuzah was a family heirloom that came down from his grandfather, who survived the Holocaust, Sachs said.
9 May 2013 a[euro]" US buyout firm Thomas H Lee Partners LP (THL) and an affiliate of investment bank Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) said on Thursday they had reached a definitive agreement to buy proteins, soups and dressings provider CTI Foods from Littlejohn & Co LLC.