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Economy Of Barbados - Current - Taxation - Bilateral Treaties
... The bilateral tax treaty negotiated with Canada in particular has been a political-football for the government of that country ... The treaty was made to allow the profits for IBCs and offshore banking companies to be repatriated to Canada tax-free after paying taxes in Barbados ...
Electric Chair - History - Early Development
... Wrongful execution Drug trafficking Current use Belarus Botswana China (PRC) Cuba Egypt India Indonesia Iran Iraq Japan Malaysia Mongolia North Korea ... committee, developed the idea of running electric current through a condemned man after hearing a case of how relatively painlessly and quickly a drunk man died due to touching exposed power lines ... Brown intended to use alternating current (AC), then emerging as a potent rival to direct current (DC), which was further along in commercial development ...
Technological Applications Of Superconductivity - High-temperature Superconductivity (HTS) - HTS-based Systems
... commercial HTS applications include Induction heaters, transformers, fault current limiters, power storage, motors and generators, fusion reactors (see ... the benefit of smaller size, lower weight or the ability to rapidly switch current (fault current limiters) outweighs the added cost ...
Jemez Springs, New Mexico - History
... church San José de los Jemez was built just to the north of the current village in 1621 but was abandoned around the 1640s ... Following the Pueblo Revolt the Jemez people began converging at the current Pueblo of Jemez ... The village's current main bathhouse originates from this period ...
Bond (finance) - Features - Yield
... It usually refers either to the current yield, or running yield, which is simply the annual interest payment divided by the current market price of the bond (often ...

Famous quotes containing the word current:

    We all participate in weaving the social fabric; we should therefore all participate in patching the fabric when it develops holes—mismatches between old expectations and current realities.
    Anne C. Weisberg (20th century)

    The English language may hold a more disagreeable combination of words than “The doctor will see you now.” I am willing to concede something to the phrase “Have you anything to say before the current is turned on?”
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)

    Gradually the village murmur subsided, and we seemed to be embarked on the placid current of our dreams, floating from past to future as silently as one awakes to fresh morning or evening thoughts.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)