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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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Capital investments in the draft budget 2014 have been projected at 22.
While the number of projects from UAE companies declined by 3 per cent in 2011, capital investment overseas declined by 43 per cent.
Sector-wise, in 1Q11, the largest contraction in capital investment was recorded in electricity generation and distribution (19.
She said: "The pounds 165m in capital investment will have a huge impact on our schools and FEIs, ensuring our young people will be learning in educational facilities that are modern and fit for purpose this century.
The Welsh Assembly Government's Strategic Capital Investment Advisory Panel is chaired by Tim Stone, chairman of KPMG's Global Infrastructure and Projects Group.
The total amount of annual venture capital investments in Arkansas increased nearly threefold from 2000 to 2006, according to the American Electronic Association's annual Cyberstates survey.
That is accomplished, in part, by aligning corporate priorities with the tangible support offered by jurisdictions throughout the world to secure the capital investment and employment that are the foundation for future economic growth.
Capital investments are among the most critical determinants of competitive advantage (Porter, 1992), in that they have long-term implications for firms in their generation of earnings through current and future returns.
The gist of my last article for The International Economy was as follows: The capital investment bubble of the late 1980s created a glut of supply capacity in the Japanese economy.
Many jurisdictions, for example, use enterprise zone (EZ) designations or boundaries for locations in which the state wants to rehabilitate, by promoting capital investment and job creation or retention.
Growth must be profitable to be of value, profitable enough to generate healthy free cash flows - that is, the money left over after subtracting expenses, taxes, and capital investment from revenues.
AN advisory panel established to shape capital investment in Wales has met for the first time.
Investment Monitor (USIM), an economic report from Ernst & Young LLP that tracks and analyzes business capital investment location decisions within the U.
Mills have decreased in size, changed capacity and ownership, and some have become largely bereft of the capital investment needed to keep them up and running--let alone competitive--in a global economy.
Ian Schrager, in partnership with NorthStar Capital Investment Corp.
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