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... capital markets for debt refinance and as a source to partly cover its future financial needs, already in 2015.
In the first five years from 2015 to 2020, the return to use the markets was however only evaluated as realistic to the extent, where roughly half of the yearly funds needed to patch the continued budget deficits and ordinary debt refinance should be covered by the market; while the other half of the funds should be covered by extraordinary income from ...
... and worried. Behavioral changes can follow, including poor dietary choices, lack of exercise and sleep deprivation, all of which can have long-term negative health consequences. People who lost their homes, villages and family members, and even just those who survived the quake, will likely continue to face mental health challenges and the physical ailments that come with stress. Much of the damage was really the psychological stress of not knowing and of being ...
... under the title The second Part of Henry the Sixt, with the death of the Good Duke Humfrey.
Additional information (publication): scholars are undecided as to the exact nature of the relationship between the 1594 The Contention and the 1623 2 Henry VI. There are four main theories: The Contention is a bad quarto, a reported text constructed from memory based upon a performance of 2 Henry VI; The Contention is an early draft of 2 Henry VI; The ...
... able to give instructions and hear confessions in English, French, German, Holland Dutch, Walloon, Bohemian, Polish, and Menominee, a nation of Native Americans living in Wisconsin. In a small congregation of a hundred families, a priest might find three languages necessary for the exercise of the ministry. It was not easy to obtain priests able to take charge of these missions, or to prevent their becoming discouraged when they found even the scanty allowance expected by ...
... the season of Lent. The building itself was very old but the wall paintings had been redone at the beginning of the 20th century in an art nouveau style. An interesting mix. We were uncertain what was happening between Russia and Ukraine but wandering around the town in the afternoon we got the impression things had changed. There seemed to be a melancholy in the air. People were a bit more subdued. Our guide in the morning had made ...