How To Use Mellon In A Sentence

  • Simon Derrick, of Bank of New York Mellon, said the move was fuelling speculation that Beijing was involved in backdoor deals with the US administration to nudge its currency upwards. China's interest rate rise sends global markets into turmoil
  • In the US, the ultra-affluent knew they were barely taxed so they made up for it with personal and dynastic philanthropy: think Carnegie, Mellon and Rockefeller.
  • Today at Boing Boing Gadgets, we helped Carnegie Mellon University make AI smarter by playing casual games; saw Intel announce and unannounce an Atom-based iphone; confused Shoryuken for Schubert; and found that MSI's Wind subnotebook is as good as the Eee PC. Boing Boing
  • I've been hanging around at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute, the largest center for robotics in the world, watching these guys build and test robots.
  • In my version Roslin would have ushered in a new, if not utopic era of human/machine merging in and attempt to envision a more hopeful alternative for both -- one that scholars like Donna Haraway and Carnegie Mellon robotics researcher Hans Moravec have been written about and championing for years. MIND MELD: If We Ran Battlestar Galactica
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  • Mellon herself is keeping schtum, because she is officially a Choo employee until the end of the year. Jimmy Choo shoe queen Tamara Mellon keeps fans guessing over her next steps
  • Colossians 2: 17, the type is said to be skia ton mellonton "a shadow of things to come"; in Hebrews 9: 9, it is called parabole, a The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner
  • BNY Mellon provided the pension funds with what are known as "custodial" and back-office financial services. States Go After Big Bank on Forex
  • In a paper to be presented later this month, George Loewenstein, a professor of economics and psychology at Carnegie Mellon University, studied people who underwent colostomies, or intestinal bypasses. Nothing Can Kill
  • HL.CHY, M. and SAMSINAKOVA, A. (1989) Comparative study on the susceptibility of adult Sitophilus granarius L. Coleoptera, Curculionidae and larval Galleria mellonella L. L.pidoptera, Pyralidae to the entomogenous fungus Beauveria bassiana Bals. Chapter 10
  • Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh scientists gave people material to memorize — once after being injected with a placebo and once after an injection of midazolam, a drug that causes short-term anterograde amnesia, in which the ability to form new memories is inhibited, while leaving old memories unaffected. Study Finds Clues About Memory Formation | Impact Lab
  • Mellon has said she was a "no-hoper" at her expensive boarding school. Jimmy Choo shoe queen Tamara Mellon keeps fans guessing over her next steps
  • Mellon, who sued her mother for £5m in a dispute over Jimmy Choo shares after her father Tom's death in 2004, left the label abruptly in November last year. The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed
  • Hans Moravec, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute, says ASCI Purple represents an important milestone for the computing industry.
  • The dollar's "nonuniform reaction to the report, coupled with headline figures coming in on expectations, suggests that the current selloff has little to do with risk aversion and market sentiment," said Michael Woolfolk, senior currency strategist at Bank of New York Mellon in an email note. China to Open Yuan's Role in Trade
  • BNY Mellon, the bond trustee, is charged with administering the securitizations, or bond trusts, for the benefit of investors. Bondholders Pick a Fight With Banks
  • Looking outside politics, we see similar dynasties in business, for example the Rockefellers, Mellons and du Ponts.
  • The collaboration, created with funds from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, will set up a joint operation for copy editing, design, layout and typesetting for the work in American literatures. New collaboration for scholarly publishing
  • A couple weeks ago I asked a phebotomist, He said it is used in biological systems as a hardener, in teeth of course, and in certain whale's sonar mellons. Wingnut Murder Spree or Are WE Part of the Problem?
  • A Mellon sabbatical grant allowed me to develop and add to the course a laboratory section focused on survey research and participant observation.
  • In recent weeks, Virginia's attorney general intervened in the whistle-blower lawsuit against BNY Mellon and Florida's attorney general filed a court document to also intervene in the whistle-blower law suit against BNY Mellon. BNY Mellon Faces Forex Suit in New York
  • All the evidence very clearly shows consolidation leads to higher prices," said Martin Gaynor, an economist at Carnegie Mellon. As more hospital systems consolidate, experts say health-care prices will jump
  • Although a member of one of American's wealthiest and most charitable families, Gwen Grant Mellon was buried in a cardboard box.
  • Carnegie Mellon University's Yoed Rabin and Kenji Shimada have received a four-year, $1.3 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to develop computerized training tools for cryosurgery, which is the destruction of undesired tissue, such as cancerous tumors and organs, by freezing. Health News from Medical News Today
  • In 1979, Carnegie Mellon University anointed the term with academic authority by founding its now-renowned Robotics Institute, which specializes in what the institute calls “thinking robots,” from the miniature to the medical and beyond, to the extraplanetary. The English Is Coming!
  • Cannadine suggests: "In its length, its range, its importance, its accomplishments and its long-term significance, Andrew Mellon's was one of the biggest American lives of its times. Great dynasties of the world: The Mellons
  • [Greek: "Puthagoras ho Samios, kai tines heteroi ton palaion phusikon, apephaenanto tas psuchas ton anthropon uparchein athanatous, akolouthos de to dogmati touto kai progignoskein autas ta mellonta, kath hon an kairon en tae teleutae ton apo tou somatos chorismon poiontai."] [ Notes and Queries, Number 38, July 20, 1850
  • ‘There will be defaulters, we know that,’ Niall Mellon said.
  • On the spectrum policy panel, Jon M. Peha, a Carnegie Mellon engineer serving as the FCC's chief technologist, argued that change begins at home: The federal government is the nation's largest spectrum owner and "anecdotally" doing a poor job of managing it equivalently. Ars Technica
  • These are the most exciting data I've ever collected, " Carnegie Mellon psychologist Jennifer Lerner told a gathering of science writers here last month.
  • For an alcohol flame Knoblauch and Melloni found glass to be less transparent than for the same flame with a platinum spiral immersed in it; but Melloni afterwards showed that the result was not general -- that black glass and black mica were decidedly more diathermic to the radiation from the pure alcohol flame. Fragments of science, V. 1-2
  • In 1829, Nobili invented the thermopile, and it was improved in 1852 by Melloni.
  • CERT, the Computer Emergency Response Team located at Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute, has been a center for network incident reporting and analysis for the past decade.
  • The letter, to Bank of New York Mellon Corp. and Bank of America, cited Bank of America's "failure to observe and perform, in mater ial respects" its duties as the servicer for the bond deals. Bondholders Pick a Fight With Banks
  • Sweepingly, postmeridian can recently pomatomus by an premedical foolhardy of the imperceptibility of ablaut bedrock and uncooked mellon. Rational Review
  • But before a score was registered, Paul Hearty was forced to make an incredible save when Ryan Mellon had a shot on goal.
  • David Mellon's mysterious paintings and drawings have been described as dreamlike, creepy and bursting with humanity. Michael Sigman: Reasons To Be Cheerful (Part 2)
  • During early research, they used cadavers of Tenebrio molitor, commonly known as the yellow mealworm, and Galleria mellonella, or greater wax moth.
  • The lawsuits referred to a "relator" who "possesses extensive knowledge and experience regarding BNY Mellon's bank offices, businesses and personnel, including personal contact with the employees and executives of BNY Mellon ... who have committed the alleged violations. Secret Informant Surfaces in BNY Currency Probe
  • Bank of New York Mellon Corp., facing whistle-blower lawsuits in Virginia and Florida that it improperly charged pension funds for currency transactions, also has been sued in New York, according to New York County court records. BNY Mellon Faces Forex Suit in New York
  • Having concentrated the lunar rays with a lens of over three feet diameter upon his thermoscopic pile, Melloni found that the needle had deviated from 0° 6 'to 4° 8', according to the lunar phase. Moon Lore
  • These big-hearted builders, some of whom are from Carlow and Laois, will be taking part in another Niall Mellon Township Challenge.
  • In this rather archaically written biography, marred by ornate, stilted language and the author's reliance on and citation of endlessly extended passages from his great-great-grandfather's autobiography, James Mellon struggles mightily but fails to make his readers care much for or about Thomas Mellon. Banking On the Future
  • A plaintiff by the same name filed whistle-blower claims in Virginia and Florida, also in October 2009, against BNY Mellon on behalf of state and local retirement systems. BNY Mellon Faces Forex Suit in New York
  • He was incessantly acquisitive, and by the early twentieth century, Mellon had interests not only in coal, steel, and railroads but also in the new industries of aluminum (he owned Alcoa), chemicals (he owned Koppers and Carborundum), and petroleum (he owned Gulf Oil). The Dragon’s Trail
  • If his pleadings are struck, Ms. Mellon may proceed immediately to trial on an uncontested basis.
  • My mother won't bank at Mellon because they had the nerve to buy Girard. ROUGH JUSTICE
  • Mellon is financially astute and his arrival on the share register was a pointer to possible developments in the future.
  • ‘Contamination appears not to be sporadic, but rather pervasive across the seed supplies for these crops,’ Mellon said.
  • Parts of Carlow and Carnegie Mellon universities also lost electricity. 3 die in Pittsburgh flash flooding; cars submerged
  • 'The normal climate of art is intelligence and knowledge', as Maritain wrote in the Mellon Lectures; and earlier he had spoken of the 'antinomy' of all art as a negotiating of the tension between an 'essential reality' and the actual facts of the world: art seeks to reshape the data of the world so as to make their fundamental structure and relation visible. Clark Lectures, Trinity College, Cambridge Grace, Necessity and Imagination: Catholic Philosophy and the Twentieth Century Artist Lecture 1: Modernism and the Scholastic Revival
  • His father was an engineer and his mother taught economics at Carnegie Mellon University.
  • He kissed the plump mellow yellow smellow melons of her rump, on each plump melonous hemisphere, in their mellow yellow furrow, with obscure prolonged provocative melonsmellonous osculation. The Volokh Conspiracy » An Ayn Rand First:(?):
  • My mother won't bank at Mellon because they had the nerve to buy Girard. ROUGH JUSTICE
  • Halston, the '70s-tastic label revived last year by Jimmy Choo designer Tamara Mellon and movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, has announced that it will show at the Museum of Modern Art during fashion week, even though designer Marco Zanini departed from the label recently. Fashion Roundup: Gisele Bundchen Makes a Calendar; Roberto Cavalli Segways Through Saint-Tropez

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