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domino

a small rectangular block used in dominoes, divided on one side into two equal areas, each of which is either blank or marked with from one to six dots

Domino

Fats. real name Antoine Domino. born 1928, US rhythm-and- blues and rock-and-roll pianist, singer, and songwriter. His singles include "Ain't that a Shame" (1955) and "Blueberry Hill" (1956)

domino

[′däm·ə‚nō]
(mathematics)
The plane figure formed by joining two unit squares along a common side; a rectangle whose length is twice its width.
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The findings of a role for arm length may help to explain depth perception and the limits of its accuracy, Domini said.
Domini wants other women to realise it is important to check themselves for breast cancer.
To wit, Green Century offers both an Equity Fund, which tracks the MSCI KLD 400 Social Index (an index of 400 socially responsible stock holdings small and large, formerly known as the Domini 400 Social Index) as well as a Balanced Fund comprised of not only stocks but also bonds in order to lessen volatility.
Anno Domini, Latin for "In the year of the Lord") in Kentucky classrooms to B.
In his paper, Geczy argues that by putting 44% of your money into AHA Diversified Equity I Fund (AHDEX), 31% into Domini Social Equity Fund (DSEFX), 19% into Citizens Core Growth Standard Fund (WAIDX), 3% into Columbia Young Investor A Fund (LYIAX), and 3% into Thrivent Large Cap Stock A Fund (AALGX), you can reasonably mimic the Vanguard Total Stock Market Index fund (a non-SRI fund), with virtually the same returns.
3740" (34-42)--the keystone of his argument; "The Compendiosa resumptio dictorum Domini Bertrandi de Turre Cardinalis" (43-60); "The Dicta Domini Bertrandi Cardinalis de Turre" (61-90); "The Letter of Perugia" (91-118); "The Dicta Domini Tusculani" (119-39); "Pope John XXII" (140-77).
Steve Olson, Dennis Martinez, Steve Cathey (thanks again for letting us all go swimming that day in such hot weather), Pineapple, Stacy Peralta, Greg Ayres, Dave Domini, Lance Mountain--anybody actually--I am sure that they will tell you that it was SOMEONE ELSE who did a fluid roll-out and roll-in.
Under obedience, Hildegard recorded her insights in a book called Scivias, short for Nosce vias Domini ("Know the ways of the Lord").
Other shareholder activists--such as Walden Asset Management, Domini Social Investments, the Pride Foundation, and, particularly, the New York City pension funds--have done incredible work in this arena.
He scored once more before being retired at the end of the season as anno domini caught up with him.
A celebrated Dominican preacher, an important diplomat at the Council of Constance, a founder of the Corpus Domini convent in Venice, and a friend to Coluccio Salutati and Francesco Datini as well as a mentor to Archbishop Antoninus of Florence, he was intimately involved in the political and religious affairs of early Renaissance Italy.
Company executives said the list was drawn from the Russell 1000, which comprises the 1000 largest publicly-traded firms, and 150 companies from the socially-screened Domini index.