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gilt

1
1. gold or a substance simulating it, applied in gilding
2. another word for gilding

gilt

2
a young female pig, esp one that has not had a litter
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However, there is limited data on the effects of group housed gilts on the measurements that are given above.
Launching the Gilt by Appointment showroom opens up a whole new way of shopping Gilt, allowing our members to experience the perks of Gilt.
The following gilt registration services have been outsourced by HM Treasury are:
Since then the iBoxx overall gilt index - which measures the total return performance of a basket of gilts across the curve - has returned 30%.
The most Gilt really has to worry about is the time it takes for the brand to send its purchase order, and then send it out to customers.
The Signature Plates team helps companies promote their brand and product beyond nameplates by producing creative items like that requested by Jason Agan and Gilt Nightclub.
The UK is planning the sale of new conventional gilt maturing in 2052, and has named a syndicate of banks to arrange the sale, Dow Jones has reported, citing a statement by the DMO.
Our relationship with Gilt City will further enrich Priceless Cities by combining the insight and expertise of two brands known for connecting consumers with unique experiences and merchant offers.
Mr Osborne, who had "denounced" quantitative easing (QE) in opposition, would know that "for this financial year the Bank of England will have bought no less than 42% of gilt issuance".
Best small city:Darlington silver Gilt and winner, Thornaby silver gilt.
Virgin America, a US-based low cost airline company, has announced an alliance with Gilt City, a US-based online company for luxury services.
Gilt City members, under the new partnership, can receive discounts on the airline's Main Cabin Select service across its route network, including Dallas-Fort Worth, Seattle and Washington, D.