SEC

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Friend Finder - Financial History
21, 1993, in an $85 million United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) registered bond offering ... the sole shareholder of General Media, according to SEC filings, despite the bondholder obligations ... Galanis and Charles Samel acquired 15% of the company, according to SEC filings (affiliates later acquiring 100% in November 2003, according to filings) ...
2009 SEC Men's Basketball Tournament
... The 2009 SEC Men's Basketball Tournament took place on March 12–15, 2009 in Tampa, Florida at the St ... were televised by Raycom/LF Sports, and the SEC Championship Game was seen on CBS ...
2008–09 Tennessee Volunteers Basketball Team - Preseason
... They won their first outright SEC regular season men's basketball championship in 41 years ... On November 3, 2008, the SEC released the rosters for the preseason All-SEC first and second teams ... Junior forward Tyler Smith was chosen for both SEC Player of the Year and first team All-SEC ...
Allyn Condon - Athletics Statistics - Personal Bests
... Time Location Date 60 m (indoor) 6.60 sec Australia August 2000 100m 10.21 sec Bedford 14 August 1999 200m 20.63 sec ? 1 January 1997 300m 33.08 sec ...
SEC - Other
... An abbreviation for second Sec (wine), a French term used to indicate the sweetness level of a wine ... In music, sec, an abbreviation of secco ...