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Moments of Truth (2013)
The Politics of Financial Crises in Comparative Perspective by Francisco Panizza, George Philip
After one of them, President Lopez Portillo ruefully admitted that 'a president who devalues is a devalued president.' What added a further dimension to this crisis wasits regional, and indeed global, dimension: Mexico was not alone.
by Thomas M. Leonard
Assume that a developing country such as Nigeria devalues its currency (called the naira) so that more nairas now ...
by Noel Sheehy, Antony J. Chapman, Wenday A. Conroy
The parents' effort devalues the child's own abilities and exaggerates the parents' self-perceived powers. Ellis, Albert Born: ...
A - C by Charles Wankel
devalues Spanish currency. Coffee and sugar are introduced to the New World colonies from the eastern hemisphere, and become cash crops in Brazil, Costa Rica, and Louisiana. 1509 Systemic slave trade begins to the West Indies with lii ...
An Encyclopedia of Life in the Republic by John J. Crocitti, Monique Vallance
Facing waves of capital flight and unsustainably high interest rates, Brazil devalues its currency but largely withstands the full impact of the Asian financial crisis, which begins in late 1997. Ex-President Itamar Franco's threat, now as governor ...
by Ian Aitken
The documentary method compounds the discrepancy between experience and expression because it devalues the reality of subjective fantasy or collective agency. The motive for realism, therefore, is 'never a confirmation of reality, but rather ...
Covering American Politics in the 21st Century: An Encyclopedia of News Media Titans, Trends, and Controversies [2 volumes] (2016)
by Lee Banville
devalues the role of the party leaders and elected officials and still fails to achieve the reformers' populist goals. It comes close to being the worst way possible to pick a president” (Broder 2003). But this process is also not always completely ...
by Robert Jean Campbell
The first is a dependency assumption: the leader, who is perceived as omnipotent, fails to live up to that demand; the group first denies and then devalues the leader; finally the group seeks a substitute. The second is the fight- flight assumption: ...
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Scrabble value of D2E1V4A1L1U1E1S1
The value of this 8-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.