we note that it contains two runs, the first with four minus signs
and the second with four pluses.
When checking their examples, students should mark plus signs on the "always" characteristics and minus signs
on the "never" characteristics.
com now supports search math, a form of advanced operators used to refine a query with quotations, plus and minus signs
In El-Erian's former colleague Bill Gross' most recent commentary, Gross suggests there is a lack of fiscal policy that means "at best, a ceiling on risk asset prices, stocks, high-yield bond, private equity, real estate" or "at worst, minus signs
at year's end that force investors to abandon hope for future returns.
But the string of minus signs
on the Office for National Statistics release told its own sorry story.
A bunch of executives (advisors) look at line items on a printout and simply make minus signs
followed by numerals with Ks (thousands of dollars) and Ms (millions of dollars) after them on a line-byline basis.
Use the plus and minus signs
to include or exclude any words
This twist doesn't work for the Roman, but a different trick--changing the plus signs to minus signs
(and letting IIX be taken as an eight)--gives it too a new anagram-palindrome-rotator equation with a different but correct arithmetical sum:
indicate a loss or year-on-year incompatibility.
It's too late to erase those minus signs
in the attendance and wagering columns.
Negative 25 to 35 basis point money market rates in Germany with minus signs
all the way out to six-year maturities, reflecting the expectation that negative policy rates are likely in store for at least 3 to 4 years in the future.
Is that we're like the plus and minus signs
on a battery.