BATLEY, ENGLAND - APRIL 21: Jermaine McGilvary of Huddersfield holds off Gareth Moore and John Davies of Batley during the Tetley's Challenge Cup Fourth Round match between Batley Bulldogs and Huddersfield Giants at Mount Pleasant on April 21, 2013 in Batley, England.
I don't want to see that recycling effort interrupted ... They're collecting a lot of material there, and people have got used to stopping there and dropping off their stuff. If anything, we need to expand the site.
It is not just a case of having an index to represent a particular size or segment of the market. It has moved on to investing strategy -- having different versions of the same indices
I just felt uncomfortable with the new script ... It's just different than what I had done for 23 years. There's no animosity whatsoever. I wish the club all the best.More quotes »
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