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  • If you have been misled by those old-fashioned extremists who claimed that he would never join us, that no merger is possible between his way of life and ours, that it's either one or the other-tonight's event will prove to you that anything can be reconciled and united!†   (source)
  • My wife's niece, Sara, is already a vice-president in mergers and acquisitions.†   (source)
  • Tax specialists, litigation specialists, labor specialists, merger specialists, the works.†   (source)
  • From the beginning it was a merger of opposites and a meeting of two extraordinarily different worlds.†   (source)
  • Contracts could be as complex as a corporate merger, specifying duration, purposes, duties, responsibilities, number and sex of children, genetic selection methods, whether host mothers were to be hired, conditions for canceling and options for extension—anything but "marital fidelity."†   (source)
  • He won't accept merger.†   (source)
  • AK Steel is the result of a 1989 merger between Armco Steel and Kawasaki—the same Japanese corporation that makes those small high-powered motorcycles ("crotch rockets," we called them as kids).   (source)
  • Even Papaw—who once promised he'd disown his children if they bought a Japanese car—stopped complaining a few days after they announced the merger.   (source)
  • The other reason most still call it Armco is that Kawasaki was a Japanese company, and in a town full of World War II vets and their families, you'd have thought that General Tojo himself had decided to set up shop in southwest Ohio when the merger was announced.   (source)
  • IFF was formed in 1958, through the merger of two small companies.†   (source)
  • The poultry industry was also transformed by a wave of mergers in the 1980s.†   (source)
  • So far all we've got is the knowledge that Reich offered merger and was refused.†   (source)
  • Assuming that our merger evidence is unassailable (which it is) what does Mose think of the case?†   (source)
  • If you won't let it be merger, then I'll make it murder.†   (source)
  • When you offered merger to D'Courtney, he accepted.†   (source)
  • He told me he's going after the raiders and the merger brokers who make billions in the markets and cost thousands upon thousands in jobs.†   (source)
  • You've been buying up companies all over Europe through mergers and acquisitions using surrogate and misleading corporate entities.†   (source)
  • In 1986 the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the earlier ruling and approved the merger of America's second —and third-largest meatpacking companies.†   (source)
  • To goof on them meant more than losing those accounts: it could mean losing their merger cases too—their tax cases, their suits, and on across the board.†   (source)
  • Get your mind back on mergers.†   (source)
  • He offered merger to D'Courtney.†   (source)
  • Offered merger this morning.†   (source)
  • He found most of the material he required in the middle pages of the book: QQBA .... .... PARTNERSHIP RRCB .... .... BOTH OUR SSDC .... .... BOTH YOUR TTED .... .... MERGER UUFE .... .... INTERESTS VVGF .... .... INFORMATION WWHG .... .... ACCEPT OFFER XXJH .... .... GENERALLY KNOWN YYJI .... .... SUGGEST ZZXJ .... .... CONFIDENTIAL AALK .... .... EQUAL BBML .... .... CONTRACT Marking his place in the code book, Reich flipped the v-phone on and said to the image of the interoffice operator: "Get me Code."†   (source)
  • Merger.†   (source)
  • No merger.†   (source)
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