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  Barclaycard Investor Relations
Barclays PLC is a major global financial services provider engaged in retail and commercial banking, credit cards, investment banking, wealth management and investment management services.
Operating in over 60 countries and employing over 118,000 people, we move, lend, invest and protect money for over 25 million customers and clients worldwide.
Barclays Capital, the investment banking division, provides corporate, institutional and government clients with solutions to their financing and risk management needs.
www.barclaycard.com /templates/investor_relations.html   (248 words)

  
  Allied invasion of Sicily - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Operation Corkscrew: Allied invasion of the Italian island Pantelleria on 10 June 1943.
Operation Fustian: Airborne landing at Primrose Bridge ahead on 13 July - 14 July 1943.
Operation Ladbroke: Glider landing at Syracuse on 9 July 1943.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Operation_Husky   (1956 words)

  
 Barclay - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Reginald Barclay, a character from Star Trek: The Next Generation
Scott Barclay, living in Dallas, TX, former stockbroker, fx trader and currently working in the field of merger and acquisition integration.
Barclay Records, a French label founded by Eddie Barclay and owned by the Universal Music Group
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Barclay   (146 words)

  
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BARCLAY: The government was so determined not to fail its own target that it told hospitals their performance would be judged over just one week, the last week in March, and gave them three months to prepare.
BARCLAY: With so many different targets to meet, many NHS managers are finding it difficult to keep the show on the road, according to a recent report from the Commission for Health Improvement.
BARCLAY: The NHS Confederation, which represents managers, says: "Current targets and league tables do not provide useful information for the public, and their effects on the public perception of services can be misleading." But there's not much sign that Alan Milburn's successor is planning a U-turn on targets.
news.bbc.co.uk /nol/shared/spl/hi/programmes/panorama/transcripts/fiddlingthefigures.txt   (6035 words)

  
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Barclay is more confident than we saw him in his debut episode, but still a far cry from Enterprise norm (he still has trouble meeting another's gaze).
Barclay touches his panel -- the probe responds with a BLINDING FLASH of white light that lights up the entire inside of the shuttle for an instant before shutting down again.
BARCLAY'S VOICE (a beat, suddenly concerned) Do you suppose all this has changed the way people think about me? Geordi is touched for a moment -- it's still the real Barclay somewhere in there.
www.twiztv.com /scripts/nextgeneration/season4/tng-419.txt   (6319 words)

  
 Barclay, Maryland   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The railroad was integral to local commerce in a former age when the town boasted a passenger depot, a passenger boarding house, and a milk depot that served area farmers.
The community was founded in 1873 as Merrikton and renamed Barclay in 1890.
The town’s only employee is a part-time clerk/treasurer who works closely with the town commissioners in the daily operation of the town.
www.mdmunicipal.org /cities/index.cfm?townname=barclay   (189 words)

  
 Document: Appeals Court Opinion in Hilgraeve v. McAfee, 8/2/00.
Belgard’s description of VirusScan’s operation as over-simplified and opined that his tests were not probative on the question of infringement.
Further, the record does not reflect the expert’s consideration of the differences between VirusScan’s operation in the non-automatic mode, in which it was tested, from its operation in the automatic mode, the mode claimed by the patent.
Because an incomplete file would not be "sufficiently present on the destination storage medium, and accessible by the operating system or other programs" (except perhaps for erasure), the patentee may not now assert equivalents to claim 18 that allow screening after storage.
www.techlawjournal.com /intelpro/20000802op.asp   (3274 words)

  
 History of Barclay Machine Corporation
Barclay Machine Corporation began operation in the Spring of 1967.
The first industrial robot (pictured) used in the area was built by Barclay Machine for General Electric in the early seventies.
The Blythes felt that since Barclay did not necessarily need to be located on high traffic highway frontage, the property could be better utilized.
www.barclaymachine.com /history.htm   (1019 words)

  
 The Store Boy - Chapter VIII - Squire Davenport’s Financial Operation (By Horatio Alger, Jr.)
Barclay left the squire’s presence well satisfied with his note of hand in place of his roll of greenbacks.
Poor Barclay was buried in Chicago–it would have been too expensive to bring on the body–and pretty soon it transpired that he had left no property, except the modest cottage in which his widow and son continued to live.
Barclay was obliged to mortgage her house to obtain the means of living, and the very man who supplied her with the money was the very man whom her husband had blindly trusted.
www.authorama.com /the-store-boy-8.html   (1462 words)

  
 EducationGuardian.co.uk | Books | Review: The Deceivers by Thaddeus Holt
Operation Mincemeat, or "The Man Who Never Was", as Major Martin became known, was only one part in a much larger scheme that had been building throughout 1943 called Operation Barclay.
Thus 80% of the material was confirmable by the Germans from other sources; the skill lay in changing the emphasis, so the confirmable truths added up to a picture so false as to help make possible the enemy's defeat.
Foremost among deception operations was Operation Bodyguard, covering the D-day invasion.
education.guardian.co.uk /higher/books/story/0,10595,1395821,00.html   (580 words)

  
 Retail Food Store, Retail Food Store in Monmouth County, New Jersey, selling fresh vegetables, bakery items, fruits & ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Carroll W. Barclay took over the operation of Delicious Orchards after World War II and began to change the operations from strictly wholesale to a mix of retail.
Janet Barclay lost her living and dining rooms to the bakery operation, adding blueberry, cherry, strawberry-rhubarb, peach and pumpkin to the apple favorites.
By 1965, Janet Barclay and her crew of local ladies and helpers were baking 3,000 pies per week.
www.deliciousorchardsnj.com /dohist.html   (635 words)

  
 Swyx: Case Study
Andrew Barclay, Managing Director at Voicentre explains, “ In order to compete with off shore competitors we needed a system that would enable all our agents to answer any incoming call from any client customer, rather than have a group of agents being restricted to a single account.
Benefiting from Andrew Barclay’s background in software, he felt that the most advantageous solution for the company would be one that was “open” so that it could be integrated into the company’s existing customer management system.
Barclay comments on the impact the Swyx solution has made, “ The critical success factor for our business is to offer a highly professional service at a price that is competitive with an off-shore operation.
www.swyx.com /uk/industry/casestudy.html?id=43   (816 words)

  
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Barclay said the limited digging would protect the painted snake coiled forest snail, a threatened species discovered in 1906 and found only in the Franklin County community of about 400 residents.
Barclay said there are "probably thousands" of the snails on the limestone surrounding the five acres, some as close as several hundred feet from the approved mining area.
Barclay said the federal review of any expansion would likely take at least two years and could require that the mining company relocate some snails one by one.
www.southernstandard.net /news.php?viewStoryPrinter=26657   (750 words)

  
 Barclay CTA Database | Barclay Alternative Investment Database Login | Barclay Trading Group, Ltd.
The Barclay CTA Database is widely recognized throughout the world as the largest, most comprehensive, and most accurate commercially available CTA database.
Barclay Trading Group began collecting data on Commodity Trading Advisors in 1985 and has been in operation for the past 18 years under the same ownership and management.
Inclusion in the Barclay CTA Database provides managers with a no-cost, simple, effortless, and effective means of communicating their most current performance to a very select group of institutional and accredited investors around the globe.
www.barclaygrp.com /products/databases/btg.html   (515 words)

  
 Global HedgeSource Database | Barclay Alternative Investment Database Login | Barclay Trading Group, Ltd.
Barclay has been in operation for the past 18 years under the same ownership and management
As with the Barclay CTA Database, the foremost goal of Global HedgeSource is to meet and surpass the highest standards of data accuracy.
Barclay MAP software easily and elegantly provides a vast array of customized reports, along with innumerable other tools.
www.barclaygrp.com /products/databases/ghs.html   (539 words)

  
 Guardian Unlimited Business | | Telegraph could back Labour, says Barclay
David Barclay, one of the Barclay twins who have concluded a dramatic purchase of the controlling shares in the paper, said yesterday that the venerable rightwing publication would no longer automatically support Michael Howard and his team.
Sir David Barclay told the Guardian in a rare interview: "In the last election, and I think the one before, the Scotsman supported Blair, and we were very happy about that.
Sir David insisted the purchase represented only a relatively small part of the value of the Barclay operations; that they were buying the Telegraph group "for the long haul"; and that their £260m takeover bid was not a cheap purchase, considering the risks they were shouldering.
business.guardian.co.uk /story/0,3604,1126875,00.html   (666 words)

  
 Pete's Home page article the Barclay Lumber Mill
A large “Band Saw” operated with a carriage which carried the logs “to and fro” as the board were sawed off.
The operation employed several hundred men at the mill in addition to hundreds more in the woods, cutting down trees and operating the trains.
Son, George B. Barclay relocated to the State of Washington in the early 1900’s while James Arthur remained in Sinnemahoning and became involved with the dynamite plants in the early 1900’s.
members.fortunecity.com /petee77/jun97gaz.htm   (1333 words)

  
 Saving Time   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Barclay was middle-aged, slightly balding, and most of the time he needed a shave.
It may have been at Barclay’s obvious failure, or his remark to me, and I was certain it was the latter.
Barclay scowled, opened his mouth to carry on and was interrupted.
www.thegeekhost.com /helenne/savingtime.html   (7367 words)

  
 JOHN DON ADAMS v. THORNTONS, WS AND OTHERS, 17 September 2004, Lord Marnoch+Lord Penrose+Sir David Edward
It follows that Mr Adams and Mr Barclay were immediately in breach of their contractual obligations to the Bank, and exposed to personal liability for the sums drawn down without such benefit as might have been derived from the availability of the intended security subjects, whatever these might have been.
He knew that he and Mr Barclay were to have personal joint and several liability to the Bank for the loan of £248,000 which was to form well over half of the initial funding of the joint venture.
In this case, knowledge of the firm's actions in relation to the conveyancing operations is to be imputed to Mr Jack Robertson and to Mr Milne as partners.
www.scotcourts.gov.uk /opinions/A1519.html   (15666 words)

  
 Connection_dv   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Barclay Press was established in the 1950s by Ray Carter and Ralph Fletcher to serve a need among churches for printed materials.
The operation was purchased in 1959 by Oregon Yearly Meeting (NWYM).
In 1991 Barclay Press was incorporated as a for-profit company in order to protect the yearly meeting from liability and to pursue commercial printing.
www.nwfriends.org /Connection/con0801.html   (1433 words)

  
 15/1943; Bari
For example, Operation Mincemeat, the planting of fake documents on a corpse, as popularised in the film "The Man Who Never Was", really did take place and probably had some effect on the German High Command.
I assumed that Maskelyne would be involved in some component to the Barclay deception plan.
Given his expertise, one might expect Maskelyne to have played a prominent part in Operation Waterfall (mid-1943) : "a really massive display of dummies was erected in the Western Desert for the benefit of German aerial reconnaissance." This concentration of equipment was designed to simulate preparations for an invasion force directed at Greece.
www.maskelynemagic.com /151943bari.html   (2242 words)

  
 Pete's Home page article.
Although they conducted logging operations here in 1870's, mainly the harvesting of the wite pine spars which were rafted down the river, the mill was not built until 1881.
George A. Barclay who was known locally as "G.A.", was the superintendent of the mill while his two sons, George B. and Charles F. Barclay and nephew James Arthur ran the day to day operations.
It was built and donated to the museum by Kenneth B. Barclay in 1989.
members.fortunecity.com /petee77/sep99wrd.htm   (1452 words)

  
 1989
Donna Barclay, Jimmy Barclay, George Barclay, Connie Kendall, "Grandpa" Barclay, Mary Barclay, Mrs.
Donna Barclay, Mary Barclay, George Barclay, Rachael Woodworth, Whit, Connie Kendall, Maggie Braxton, Mr.
Donna Barclay, Mary Hooper, Whit, Lucy Cunningham-Schultz, Richard Maxwell, Brenda, Barbara Mansfield, Mr.
www.aiohq.com /1989.htm   (3263 words)

  
 Employment Opportunities: Barclay College
Barclay College is a four-year Bible college with an Evangelical Friends Church heritage.
It was founded in 1917 as the Kansas Central Bible Training School and became a center for training and preparation of pastors and missionaries.
Barclay's main campus is located in south-central Kansas in the small rural town of Haviland (population 628).
www.barclaycollege.edu /Information/employment.asp   (542 words)

  
 The Firm » History » Hiscock & Barclay, Attorneys at Law
The Firm » History » Hiscock & Barclay, Attorneys at Law
In 2005, Hiscock & Barclay, LLP celebrates 150 years of continuous operation-from our roots as a small rural firm in Tully, New York to a state-wide firm serving clients across the U.S., Canada, and beyond.
Encapsulated in this timeline are the stories of the people and events that have shaped our long history.
www.hiscockbarclay.com /firm/timeline01.asp   (89 words)

  
 MIDAS array - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki
By the end of 2377, Voyager was close enough to perform Operation Watson - which would allow 11 minutes of contact with the Alpha Quadrant through the array every day.
At one point Lieutenant Barclay calls it the "Mutara Inter-Dimensional Deep Space Transponder Array," and while this expanded name of the array doesn't translate easily to the acronym 'MIDAS,' computer panels later show the full name of the station.
The array was probably built sometime prior to 2370, as it has a TNG-style Starfleet insignia on it that was no longer used afterwards.
memory-alpha.org /en/wiki/MIDAS_array   (557 words)

  
 Hotel Travel News - Bremner Appointed at the Barclay
Donald Bremner was recently named Food and Beverage Manager for the a href="http://new-york-barclay.intercontinental.com/" target="_top">InterContinental The Barclay New York.
Bremner is the Executive Manager in charge of a 15,000 square-foot banquet operation, a 65 cover restaurant and bar, room service, minibar, kitchen and stewarding.
Although small, the food and beverage organization within the Barclay is an important revenue stream for the InterContinental brand and Bremner will be responsible for the continued development of this flagship operation.
www.breakingtravelnews.com /article/2005060309465682   (162 words)

  
 The "Star trek" canon concordance: Beings: Reginald Barclay - CIA
The "Star trek" canon concordance: Beings: Reginald Barclay - CIA
It's always bothered Lieutenant Barclay that he was uncomfortable in large groups so he designed me to be the life of the party
Barclay, Reg (Hologram): Aka Reg 2 - Barclay, Reg:
thecia.com.au /star-trek/barclay.shtml   (122 words)

  
 Barclay Hotel - Vancouver British Columbia Hotels - Vancouver--hotels.com
Barclay Hotel - Vancouver British Columbia Hotels - Vancouver--hotels.com
The Barclay Hotel offers the ultimate in comfort and style with its unique cozy European favor.
Exceptions may apply during holidays, special events or conventions.
reservations.vancouver--hotel.com /hotel/10005059-11251387O.html   (935 words)

  
 Heritage Railway magazine - The UK's Heritage and preservation railway news source   (Site not responding. Last check: )
No 880 of 1902, which was built at Barclay’s Caledonia works in Kilmarnock, has been bought by none other than the Hunslet Engine Company for £35,000, for a full restoration to working order.
The crane tank was bought from the owner of the McLarens antiques and furniture store in Gobowen Road, Oswestry, which stands alongside the mothballed GWR Oswestry branch, the target of a long-running preservation bid.
RVP, which is planning a purpose-built carriage shed and museum on the former Mountsorrel quarry branch, has operated preserved TPO trains for the past 24 years, in the form of the unique LNER 1937-built set that regularly provides the spectacle of a high speed mail exchange on Britain’s only doubletrack heritage main line.
www.heritagerailway.co.uk /headline.htm   (2000 words)

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