shenanigan


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Imagine the deals the shenanigan king would be able to line up to take advantage of after he leaves office.
In response to the revelations of defendants' accounting shenanigans and GMH's earnings shortfalls, on March 13, 2006, the Company's market value plummeted by more than 25%, on volume of more than 2.
He mugs, he slobbers, he prances, monkey-boy like; it's almost a sick homage to the worst shenanigans of Jim Carrey.
Richard Lederer has fashioned an enviable career--to the tune of some 2000 books and articles, if the cover blurb is to be believed--out of collecting puns, typographical errors, mangled metaphors, accidental double entendres, and other linguistic faux pas that are guaranteed to induce giggles in those of us inclined, whether by nature or nurture, to find such philological shenanigans giggle-inducing.
Jackson Lewis Partner Matt Halpern adds "while many employers have tried to curtail such shenanigans through the use of non-fraternization, anti-harassment and appropriate communication policies; emphasizing a little common sense (and self preservation) can go along way towards preventing problems.
THE ongoing audit and investigation into possible shenanigans in the Los Angeles County real-estate unit raises some troubling questions about county government:
The character of a company is often defined by what shenanigans it will not tolerate.
Cars and hostages get switched back and forth, captives and captors alike are horribly abused, and somehow a retired, drug-addled masked wrestler and a 4-foot-tall cannibal become enmeshed in the ever-more-complicated - yet, somehow, slower-moving - shenanigans.
Somewhere along the line, the decision was made to turn the movie into a Cinemax sex romp, junking the psychological approach that grounded the characters' shenanigans.
Among the topics to be discussed are private equity and today's investment climate; accounting shenanigans and detecting fraud; normalized earnings, due diligence, and pro forma financial statements; and creating and closing the deal.
The case consolidated several class-action lawsuits brought on behalf of McKesson's shareholders burned by the financial shenanigans that occurred when the company bought software maker HBO & Co.
Unlike the first, the latter does not include North Korea and now defunct Iraq but, instead, includes, Venezuela's Hugo Chavez and Russia's Putin government, whose shenanigans threaten world energy stability," says Professor Michael J.
The details of the mayor's shenanigans were revealed in the billings that P.
The legal (and illegal) shenanigans could all be rendered moot with a massive turnout of new voters, who could turn the election into a landslide in either direction.
But he contrasts the '60s shenanigans with a bunch of modern-day punk pain junkies preparing to pay homage to their incarcerated hero by taking out a middle-age TV producer who's putting together yet another ooga-booga show on Manson.
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