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Louisepolia1999 : Hellenic Vultures is expected to generate $100,000 of net cash flows next year $120,000 the year after, and $150,000 for the following three years. It is expected that the firm could be sold for $500,000 at the end of the fifth year. The owners of Hellenic Vultures, who would like to sell their firm, strongly believe that their investment in the firm should generate a 10 percent return. What is the minimum price at which they should sell the firm?
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In this problem, i think it should have the interest rate in order to solve this problems. hope someone can help me.
Thank you very much :)

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Inettyday : Pretty much ANYTHING you say today can get you bleeped. Example: The word N_I_G_G_A_R_D_L_Y has NOTHING to do with race. Only uneducated people do not realize it's a legitimate word with legitimate uses. But in their stupidity and ignorance they continue to report it and other legitimate words. It is now the IGNORANT controlling the educated. How very sad.

The NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of COLORED PEOPLE) and the UNCF (United N_E_G_R_O College Fund) still can use their words of "RACISM" and nobody says a word to protest that! But a White person uses the legitimate, completely non-racist word "n_i_g_g_a_r_d_l_y" and it gets deleted. Why is ignorance now trumping education?


[Sadly, this is how YAHOO ANSWERS changed my question before I edited it. I might add that NOTHING in my question is offensive or illegal, since it is based on 2 time-honored and respected African American organizations. I said what I said to raise a legitimate point!

Pretty much ANYTHING you say today can get you bleeped. Example: The word ********* has NOTHING to do with race. Only uneducated people do not realize it's a legitimate word with legitimate uses. But in their stupidity and ignorance they continue to report it and other legitimate words. It is now the IGNORANT controlling the educated. How very sad.

The NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of COLORED PEOPLE) and the UNCF (United ***** College Fund) still can use their words of "RACISM" and nobody says a word to protest that! But a White person uses the legitimate, completely non-racist word "*********" and it gets deleted. Why is ignorance now trumping education?]
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0y3kakseenceby31 : To put it in one word: STATURE.

Both are registered trademarks.
Both have a long history of public service.

Give either one a new name and it might be mistaken for a new, fly by night organization.

Leave the titles as they are and it is a constant reminder of how far they have taken the fight since they were originally founded.
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IrredsPruri : my x-mas list:
luxor for wii
high heal sneakers 9 1/2
beanies (hats) any color, specifically beige and black
white headphones
rose bud earrings
channel blue Victoria secret perfume
violin earrings
ban bag chair
angel wing earrings
*BLACK CONVERSE SIZE 9 1/2*
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Sleeryrub : You mean we should get you Christmas presents?

It's not *that* hard to earn money yourself!
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msveritova : On amazon it says that Yazilind earrings are 1p. I was suprised but could it be a mistake?
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Neenstookem : Syr i need 2 pts
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DalVelmactill : No. Amazon has lots of things for that price. Check out how much postage is. The seller could be getting rid of old stock and making way for new. Amazon is not a scam website. If you have problems with service, contact them.
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appageBak : If it were a scam, it would be a pretty stupid one, as you would only be scammed out of 1p.

Seller might be making the profit on the P&P or clearing out old stock
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hbbkjeqy : The material is in a jersey/chiffon mix with lace embrodiery and the lenght is at-the-knee.
Its kind of reminds me of sheath dresses except the very puffy skirt part. Because of the skirt, Im not sure its consider a casual or more dressy type of dress or inbetwen (smart). Its one of my oldest dresses.

I used to wear it for everyday wear with a cardigan, tights & dolly shoes or combat boots because my style were inspired with alternative styles (very dark colors, lace, minimal jewelry, comfortable shoes and focused on my hair which were the layered "choppy" type & dramatic eye makeup + nude gloss), but now I dont feel comfortable wearing this type of dresses for daily basics (prefer more fitted skirts, Im 24yo student). Last time I wore it were during christmas 2 yrs ago (the second pic with the lace shirt layered underneath) with my family. But I dont want to donate/throw it away because I still like it, but not sure where to wear it to. :/
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