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a prolonged surrounding of an objective by hostile troops

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money that is invested with an expectation of profit

the commitment of something other than money (time, energy, or effort) to a project with the expectation of some worthwhile result

outer layer or covering of an organ or part or organism

the act of putting on robes or vestments

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the ceremonial act of clothing someone in the insignia of an office

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It is worth recalling that the creation of the Economic Investment Council is part of the Task Force for Tunisia, whose objective is to co-ordinate and mobilise efforts for the benefit of the country and its democratic process.
For example in supporting smaller scale, and ongoing social, environmental and economic investments that achieve sustainable economic growth and wellbeing, and that are more typical of rural economies.
Economic investment in Sylmar and economic divestment in Sudan are both important parts of the Villaraigosa agenda.
It can help in decisions about whether biofuels would be a sound economic investment and help determine how much the use of biofuels could contribute to jobs and economic activity.
A fundamental case for respecting any existing heritage concerns the intellectual, physical and economic investment already made in it; this is nothing to do with what the building or area looks like.
According to Tom Gessler, demand for these and other types of critical medical services will further sustain economic investment in the downtown area.
The current system slows retailers' economic investment, said Moriarty.
3 per cent of economic investment, at a time when European and American farmers received massive public subsidies.
It could be a barrier to more welcome economic investment and could lead to a reduction in house values.
But the new chief executive of the economic development agency will be under pressure to draw in major economic investment.
300 (1983), in which nonrecourse debt permits a taxpayer to have a basis in excess of his economic investment.
While the new circuits of economic investment and technological communication appear to be erasing our sense of place and local identity, Lipsitz argues, they are also forging connections, dependencies, and vital intercultural communications across the migrant-busy map of the new world order.
They will be won by businessmen-ambassadors who blaze a trail for political reform by spurring economic investment, development, and prosperity.