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Synonyms for arb

someone who engages in arbitrage (who purchases securities in one market for immediate resale in another in the hope of profiting from the price differential)

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In this manner, it will take pressure off the ARBs in managing risks arising from the production of commodities, price variability and rise against poverty.
The judge added: "Although he has lost this case, my judgment must be seen as a complete personal and moral vindication for ARB.
Mr Justice Jay said: "I am completely satisfied ARB had no intention of having another child with R.
Oxfam's study on AVAs involving banana plantations, also in Mindanao, bared that most ARBs are 'embroiled in onerous contracts with banana exporters such that they get to see very little of their hard work translated into actual economic improvement.
Nordin, Savic & Tibell: 5: ARB (MACB 109267), FGR (MACB 108906, 108908), RPB (MACB 109097), SCH (VAL_Lich 30559); 9: AGB (BCN-AG 65): 18: AGB (BCN-AG 123).
Both have similar safety and efficacy though ARBs are better tolerated.
combined group (patients that received an ACEI or an ARB in their treatment regimens during the 2-year period under review).
ARB CEO Nasser Al Abdulla said, "Amid this interesting growth phase of Qatar, and through this new venture, our aim is to deliver the highest level of brokerage services and standards which is in compliance with Islamic Shari'ah, that our customers have come to expect from the MAR brand over the years".
Arbs initially attracted a great deal of attention but didn't quickly displace traditional designs.
ACA underscored that providing emissions data and sales data for these small categories will breach confidentiality requirements in the California regulation, and urged ARB to "group" together such categories and release the emission and sales data as "miscellaneous regulated categories.
The FDA statement referred to three recently published studies, which also did not suggest an increased risk of cancer associated with the use of an ARB.
More data on how ARBs increase cancer risk need to be collected.
At year-end 2009, ARB was the kingdom's fourth-largest bank by total assets and third-largest by capital funds, with a market share of 13% by total assets.
Angiotensin receptor II blockers (ARBs) are commonly used for the treatment of hypertension, heart failure, and diabetic neuropathy Because a number of large ARB trials have been completed since 2003, when "an unexpected finding" of significantly higher fatal cancers among patients taking the ARB candesartan was observed in a study assessing the efficacy of the drug in heart failure (Lancet 2003;362:759-66), Dr.