Muscal

Muscal

 

(also, nai), a Moldavian and Rumanian wind instrument. The muscal is a variety of panpipe consisting of from eight to 24 wooden tubes of varying length, held together in a bow-shaped leather casing. Each tube produces a single whistling sound, the pitch of which depends on the size of the tube. Its scale is diatonic.

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We are continuing our efforts to build the Bank's long-term profitability and shareholder value," added Muscal.
Muscal and Stensrud stated, "We are pleased that we could bring together two institutions which as partners will seek to create a new Philadelphia-based financial institution to provide local lending and financial services to our region.
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Zvi Muscal, ExecuFirst Chairman and First Executive Bank President and Chief Executive Officer, said the reserve addition notwithstanding, the Bank's third quarter performance continued a two-year trend of improved daily operating results.
Muscal, ExecuFirst chairman and First Executive Bank president and chief executive officer, said that net interest income increased to $2,245,078 in the first six months of 1994 compared to $1,851,534 in the six months of 1993, an increase of 21.
Muscal, ExecuFirst chairman and First Executive Bank president and chief executive officer, said that net interest income increased to $1,041,880 in the first quarter of 1994 compared to $871,247 in the first quarter of 1993, an increase of 19.
Muscal, ExecuFirst chairman and First Executive Bank president and chief executive officer, said, "As we enter into our sixth year of operations, our company is more mature with stable deposits; a larger number of broader based loans; and, most importantly, an established position in our community and our market as we continue to build our image.