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Soros Fund Management, the hedge fund still best known for “breaking” the Bank of England with its 1992 bet against the pound, has also tentatively returned to its roots.
HEDGE FUND ‘PIRATES’ SET SAIL AGAINDANIEL MALLOYAUGUST 21, 2020OZY
Anything you can do to accelerate the rate of conventional breeding is going to reduce the environmental footprint of a glass of milk or a pound of meat.
Humans even hold their own, pound for pound, against other meat-eating animals.
In San Diego, between January and March, drug seizures of all kinds fell from 14,784 pounds to 4,901 pounds, though numbers have started to increase more recently.
Lower than 50 percent because food is more expensive, per pound, in restaurants.
We also fully protected the pound sterling as our currency, recognizing that the euro was the currency of 18 of the 28 members, but it wasn’t for everybody.
At this period it brought enormous prices, the finest selling at from fifteen to eighteen shillings per pound.
Body o' me, here's the remainder of seven pound since yesterday was seven-night!
The duty on importation had been only twopence per pound, a moderate sum in view of the prices realized by the sale of it.
In fact, I'm nothing but a quarter of a pound of 'plain,' and the price isn't worth mentioning.
DAVY AND THE GOBLINCHARLES E. CARRYL

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