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The dotcom bust, which followed Apple’s second-ever stock split in June 2000, wrecked investors’ returns.
Hormones could very well be making booms and busts worse than they need be.
THIS IS YOUR BRAIN ON ROBINHOODJOHN DETRIXHEAUGUST 30, 2020QUARTZ
I don’t want to be doomsday, but it is bleak right now, so we have to think about outdoor recreation as another economic specialization that’s vulnerable to boom-and-bust and think about long-term diversification.
In the past, a bust brought calls for economic diversification.
Although the 30-minute-rule to getting engagement has been busted, it definitely helps to know your best posting time and post consistently.
The pandemic may now put an end to the tradition-busting experiment it had forced on Notre Dame.
If the organic search traffic is a bust, don’t list your company website on it.
The back of her head will be quite in line with her charming little bust, and I for one shall walk round and laugh in her face.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
Among these are "Medusa," a bronze bust; and a "Mater Dolorosa," in terra-cotta.
It was destroyed in the fire, but has been replaced, and few could tell the present bust is not the original one.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL

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