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a usually pithy and familiar statement expressing an observation or principle generally accepted as wise or true

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a condensed but memorable saying embodying some important fact of experience that is taken as true by many people

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TIME IN THE MARKET Some investment adages stand the test of time, but the 'Sell in May' offering is a dated concept, harking back many decades when the City did indeed pretty much close down for the summer.
Every year, Adage produces a series of virtual Hadith cards that tackle a modern-day issue using answers from the Hadith.
The overall structure of ADAGE is similar to other CGE models used to evaluate climate policies such as the MIT EPPA model (Babiker et al., 2008)--see Ross (2009) for more detailed ADAGE model documentation.
ADAGES, those short, pithy sentences that encapsulate an entire philosophy, home truth, or worldview, can be exceptionally enlightening.
According to one of AdAge's sources, Facebook will be charging up to $1m per day for the space.
The adage just seems to be the best way to describe the information landscape these days.
Cowen and Company LLC and Ropes & Gray LLP served as advisors on the deal.Country: USASector: BiotechnologyTarget: Ultragenyx Pharmaceutical IncBuyer: Pappas Ventures, HealthCap, TPG Biotech, Fidelity Biosciences, Jennison Associates LLC, T Rowe Price Associates Inc, Adage Capital Partners LP, Sanofi-Genzyme BioVentures 1, BlackRock Inc , Other unnamed blue chip public market funds, Shire plcDeal size in USD: 75mType: VCStatus: ClosedComment: Deal size refers to combined investment
The pig crowned with roses comes from adage 2623 Sus per rosas while Asinus ad lyram is the title of adage 335, formerly 125 of the Adagiorum Collectanea, and one of Erasmus's most prized sayings.
Rich, Birmingham Adage borne out As well as a brilliant judge of a racehorse Nicky Henderson demonstrated with his handling of Finian's Rainbow, to other trainers, the adage that you should never be scared of one horse.
Alternative energy company Adage Biopower has submitted an application for an air permit to construct a planned biopower facility in Gadsden County, in the panhandle near Tallahassee.
Adage, Birmingham's leading model agency, is to open new offices complete with casting and photographic suites at the new Fazeley Studios in Digbeth.
Containing increased content from the AdAge.com, including Latest News, AdAge Digital and MediaWorks updates, CMO Strategy, various blogs, video offerings and event updates, the redesigned service also provides functionality designed specifically for iPhone users.
The vendors hope to reach consumers between the ages of 25 and 34 who are likely to have young families in need of baby, home-cleaning, and household products, but who don't read a lot of newspapers, according to a report on AdAge.com.
THE old adage "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em" was close to coming true on Saturday as David Moyes attempted to leave the JJB Stadium after a scouting trip to watch Chelsea beat Wigan.
Worldwide Computer Products News-27 April 2007-Infor announces Infor ERP Adage 5.0(C)1995-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com