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(architecture) a statue or a human bust or an animal carved out of the top of a square pillar


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Russian Eurobonds lost more than half figure under pressure of the foreign negative and oil price drop.
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FIRST half figures from luxury handbag maker Mulberry on Thursday will be looked to for signs of improvement as the group seeks to recover from plunging annual profits and falling sales.
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Paul, MN, has released its 2001 second quarter and first half figures.
The central bank has yet to release second quarter and first half figures, but the President suggested that they would come in above market expectations, possibly as high as 4%.
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Chilled foods specialist Uniq said it was confident of achieving a "substantial improvement" in its first half figures, despite tough trading conditions in the UK.
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