Futures are available for nearly every type of security out there, but are most familiarly
used in commodities, like oil wheat, soy and gold.
LAHORE -- Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) leaders Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain and cousin former Punjab Chief Minister Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi - familiarly
called as Chaudhry brothers - appeared before the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Friday in a graft case for possessing assets beyond their known sources of income.
Through Donaldson's familiarly
cunning rhymes, the reader is encouraged to sing the song of each animal, as they form a pack of ugly outcasts.
ineffective performance against a team they had beaten earlier this season means the Saints must at least draw at home to Hapoel Be'er Sheva next month if they are to qualify.
Members of Parliament scoring easy points, mock outrage, FIFA inflexibility, the poppy furore - if you can call it that - has been familiarly
amp;nbsp;Sami Jassim Mohamad al-Jabouri, who was more familiarly
known as Haji Hamid, was in charge of "natural resources" in Iraq and Syria for the militant group that is more commonly known as ISIS, (http://www.
This is a fresh, bold and exciting story, which resonates of a familiarly
dangerous time and terrifying leader.
They were known familiarly
as Abu Isa Al-Amriki and Umm Isa Al-Amriki.
AFTER months of relative calm and progress suddenly Rangers have veered off course into familiarly
DEERHUNTER'S 2013 album, Monomania, angled away from familiarly
experimental ground into distorted, gnarly garage-rock.
Terry writes to Edy Craig that Neilson-Terry has become involved with a young man whom she seems to have allowed to treat her too familiarly
A classic fairy tale gets a modern makeover in this picture book that begins familiarly
with a boy and bean, but quickly and wonderfully diverts.
The most dreaded German weapon, very familiar to all Allied infantrymen who faced it, American, British and Soviet, was the Maschinengewehr 42 (machine gun) or, more familiarly
, the MG 42 .
Still, Klinger was familiarly
overlooked for Australia's disastrous Champions Trophy, post-Ashes series against England and this month's tour of India, the report added.
as "Possum" for his vaguely marsupial countenance, Jones lived a life beset with alcoholism and drug addiction, and as tumultuous as that of his predecessor and inspiration, Hank Williams.