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Speculation

The Speculative Dinosaur Project

The Speculative Dinosaur Project, also known as Spec, is a speculative biology project based on the Dinosaur Survival Scenario, most specifically on the K-T absence aspect of it. As of yet, it is in a development hell, but a site showing the situation of project in 2006 is present [1]; take a look at the Notes and News section, where you'll find the Yahoo Club's adress. A book will be written as soon as the project is over. Contents [show] OverviewEdit Note: as this project is in a development hell this information is derived from what is in the Yahoo Club, which is more up-dated than the one in the main site.

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Speculative Currency Attacks

Many small countries, and even large ones, such as China, where exports are an important part of their economy, peg their currency to a foreign currency, known as the reserve currency. If a country wants to maintain a fixed exchange rate with another country, the following conditions are necessary:the pegging country must have sufficient foreign reserves of the reserve currency to exchange it for the domestic currency on demand;the pegging country must maintain inflation rates and interest rates that closely match those of the reserve country.

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The art of making an effective speculative job application

If your job search consists only of applying to advertised vacancies, you're likely to be missing out on many other opportunities – as well as unnecessarily lengthening the process. This type of job seeking – though it might make you feel you're being proactive – can only get your application into the same pile as everyone else. Instead, writing a speculative application directly to an organisation can be a quicker and more direct route into a job. Researching the company (to understand how your interests and skills meet their needs) takes time, but the result is that you're more likely to know if you'd be a good match.

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Optimus Template

I think we call all breathe a sigh of relief!!! RIGHT?!  WE HAVE SNOW!!!!(Here it is, our December newsletter. . . . . it's another long one!)TRAIL CONDITIONS and STATUS Trail Conditions as of 13 December 2016: "Trails are OPEN.   Generally speaking, riding is GOOD with the following considerations: First, the base is NOT frozen as of the writing of this report.   I took a ride with 2 friendson Tuesday(12/13), and we found mud and water in the usual places (River Trail / Swamps / Low Spots).   Once we got out of town and on to the established base trails (Old Route 30 / The Tree Farm) we had a blast.

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Speculative Cover Letter

A cover letter is a bit like your personal statement on a UCAS application, but for a job. A speculative cover letter is the same, apart from it’s sent as part of a speculative application, along with your CV. It’s a real chance to show yourself off to potential employers and demonstrate how your skill set fits their company. This is therefore an opportunity to show yourself off in the best way possible and as open-endedly as possible – because you’re not applying for a particular job, you need to show how versatile you are as a candidate and highlight your key skills so that the company can look for places where you could add to their organisation.

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Modals of Deduction (Present)

We use modal verbs in a situation where we need some level of deduction which means we say how sure we are about something. Must We use 'must' when we feel sure that something is true because we have some information about the situation, we have strong evidence. She must live close to where she works because she walks to work. (the speaker doesn’t know where but is sure it is not far away) You’ve been working in the garden all day. You must be tired. Being a sky diving instructor must be very exciting. (Must+infinitive without 'to') Might, may, could We use 'might', 'may' and 'could' when we are not sure about something.

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Modal Verbs of Probability

Click here for all the exercises about modal verbs We can use these modal verbs (also called modals of deduction, speculation or certainty) when we want to make a guess about something. We choose the verb depending on how sure we are. 1: Talking about the present: must / might / could / may / can't + infinitive For example: I am waiting for Julie with another friend, David. I ask: 'Where is Julie?' David guesses: She must be on the bus. (I'm fairly sure this is a good guess) She might come soon. (maybe) She could be lost. (maybe) She may be in the wrong room.

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The Stock Market Crash of 1929

On Tuesday October 29th, 1929, a stock market crash cost the market about 12 percent of its value. Although the loss was staggering, it was only a portion of the loss that was to occur in the following 3 years. In 1932 the DJIA reached a low of just 11% of its high in 1929, or a loss of roughly 89%. It reached a high of 381. 17 in early September of 1929 and a low of 41. 22 in July of 1932. Although we can recognize some of the conditions that helped to fuel the stock market crash of 1929, what set it off is harder to determine. The 1920's post WWI era was one of tremendous growth, optimism, and prosperity.

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What Is A Speculative Investment in Real Estate Terms?

April 19, 2012by Larry Arth · I learned a number of years ago that when I started investing in real estate, my first investment was indeed a speculative real estate investment. The fact it took me many years to actually be aware of the fact, sheds a big light as to why so many investors struggle to make money in real estate investing. It is about managing the type of investment to the current market conditions that makes for a successful purchase. Based on my many conversations, I felt there was a big need to create clarity as to the types of investments that are best suited to accomplish particular goals.

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