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He believes much of the rally on Monday is from investors moving back in and snapping up tech names that have “seen pretty significant appreciation” over the past six to 12 months and are “basically on sale” from levels a few weeks ago.

President and founder Reinhold Schmieding announced this decision, providing a motivating and inspirational message of appreciation to employees for their contributions and reiterating his commitment to taking care of the Arthrex family first.

This change reflects our appreciation for the benefits of a strong labor market, particularly for many in low- and moderate-income communities.

The theory has emerged out of both clinical practice and scientists’ growing appreciation of the interconnection between genes and infectious diseases.

Some renowned brands use it to boost their content reach and appreciation.

When schools reopen, he predicts, students will return to them with a new appreciation for how well they can navigate in both the real world and the virtual world.

She was resigned to the appreciation of women only, and these had in their appreciation narrowness of mind, malignity, and envy.

He knew Miss Travers intimately; her appreciation of humour was vast, for a woman; he felt sure she would be tickled.

A Bride from the BushE. W. (Ernest William) Hornung

He expressed his pleasure at meeting the citizens of Banning and his appreciation of their cordial welcome.

Some appreciation of these things I had when I went to work in the steel business.

SteelCharles Rumford Walker

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