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The bank's president Louis Cheung reportedly told Dow Jones that Ping An has no plans to sell its stake even as the beleaguered group lost more than 90 percent of its value over past 18 months.
Bradford & Bingley executive chairman Rod Kent addressing the beleaguered buy-to-let lender's extraordinary general meeting at the Sheffield Arena
We can only wonder which beleaguered minority will be dealt the losing hand next.
The Prime Minister on January 14 talking about his own beleaguered Work and Pensions Secretary: "Peter Hain is doing a great job."
The bureaucracy now understands how beleaguered and isolated the Vice President has become." And may just bite back.
Like the beleaguered Cape Wind Project in Nantucket Sound, wind farms in Australia have faced opposition from communities that do not want their views disrupted by wind turbines.
Despite the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina, 65-year-old George Patterson, secretary of the gay Mardi Gras group the Mystic Krewe of Satyricon, is keeping his beleaguered city's spirit alive.
The immense power of this set of books lies in the reverence for "dreaming," a tribal Druidic tradition that guides all decision patterns of the beleaguered Eceni and other tribes.
An 8-K filing by beleaguered Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc.
GRZEGORZ Rasiak has given Sven Goran Eriksson a lift by telling the beleaguered Swede: "See you at the World Cup."
To convince Christians to stay in the beleaguered land, he began planting thousands of trees and vineyards.
Millions of onetime Soviet citizens, including the beleaguered Chechen people, believe that they are better off today because of the "greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the century." But to Putin the end of the Soviet Union did not mean freedom for millions of Soviet-yoked people--for him it meant, and still means, catastrophe.
In an emotional narrative, Mitchell takes the reader along as she travels to some of the Earth's most beleaguered areas, including the nearly deforested lands of Madagascar and the declining deserts of Jordan, where the few plant and animal species there struggle to survive and disappearing natural resources threaten the human population.
The former Surrey captain helped restrict the Asian XI to 157 before former Test batsman Greg Blewett gave the beleaguered Australians a reminder of his talents by smashing 91 not out from 61 balls with seven fours and five sixes to lead the International XI to victory.
By nightfall the men of this beleaguered American platoon had killed over 500 elite German troops while defending a strategically vital hill without reinforcement or artillery support.