ETF

NOUN
  1. a mutual fund that is traded on a stock exchange
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  • Metformin and sulfonylurea drugs -- the latter a class of diabetes drugs including glyburide, glipizide, chlorpropamide, tolbutamide and tolazamide -- are often among the first medications prescribed to lower blood sugar levels in people with type 2 diabetes. Drug linked to increased risk for older diabetics
  • Moray eels, garfish and trumpetfish were roaming and snapping at a plethora of potential prey.
  • When we gather it grain by grain, we soon have a basketful.
  • The TVs, which have edge LED backlights, sport a 240Hz frame rate, Sharp's Aquos Net online service with access to streaming movies from Netflix and Vudu. CEDIA: Sharp launches first 3D TVs, 3D Blu-ray players
  • They may refuse their feeds and become fretful with a shrill cry when handled.
  • Can't wait to see Ryan score the title clincher v Stoke in front of the Stretford End the week before he flies of to Madrid for the final. this is a big big game so I don't think he should start straight from injury, off the bench maybe .... you know give him a run out when we're 4-0 up: p Manchester Evening News - RSS Feed
  • But the 38-year-old house husband proved he has an eye for a bargain by claiming a basketful of prizes worth thousands of pounds.
  • The lady watched fretfully as the men came closer to hitting Mack with their bullets and ran much faster than before as their rage intensified.
  • Blindly, unwittingly, erringly as Dickens often urged them, these ideals mark the whole tendency of his fiction, and they are what endear him to the heart, and will keep him dear to it long after many a cunninger artificer in letters has passed into forgetfulness. Literature and Life (Complete)
  • There was abundant advice offered by experts Wednesday on what to do when it rains by the bucketful, with all agreeing that seeking a dry place was the best course of action. D.C. region braces for deluge
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