As Clock Ticks on Effort, Some See a Round 3
"QE2" is not even in drydock, yet some money managers are preparing for the christening of "QE3."
But in one of the intact great houses, a Frenchman with impeccably moussed hair has just opened a cultural institute that is displaying paintings of wildly misshapen human and bestial figures in a genre he calls postabstract. The institute, the Center Arthur Rimbaud, plans to sponsor a contest that will send a Kurd to France to study piano.
QE2 Just Won't Do
The Fed and other global policy makers are "too focused on the painful symptoms of unemployment to see the misshapen structure causing it," Paul Tudor Jones told investors, Anita Raghavan reports.
Investigators say they found rivet holes that were too big and appear to be misshapen from wear in a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 that peeled open in flight earlier this month.
For GOP, a Case of Misshapen Identity (By Manuel Roig-Franzia, The Washington Post)
Auric Goldfinger, “a misshapen short man with red hair and a bizarre face” in Fleming’s description, had the author’s “flat golf swing” and the surname of a prominent Hungarian-born British architect, Erno Goldfinger, whose penchant for concrete tower blocks Fleming abhorred.
having an unusual shape or a shape which is not natural:
The drug caused some babies to be born with misshapen limbs.
Having a bad or ugly form. «The mountains are misshapen.» Bentley.
-- Mis·shap·en·ly, adv. -- Mis·shap·en·ness, n.
- Any of various chilled desserts made with flavored whipped cream, gelatin, and eggs: chocolate mousse.
- A molded dish containing meat, fish, or shellfish combined with whipped cream and gelatin.
- An aerosol foam used to control and style the hair.
To apply a styling foam to (the hair).
[French, foam, mousse, from Old French, moss, foam, partly of Germanic origin and partly from Latin mulsa, hydromel, from feminine of mulsus, honey-sweet.]
---quantitative easing/ QE
A government monetary policy occasionally used to increase the money supply by buying government securities or other securities from the market. Quantitative easing increases the money supply by flooding financial institutions with capital in an effort to promote increased lending and liquidity.
Judging the Fed
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A drydock (also commonly dry dock) is a narrow basin or vessel that can be flooded to allow a load to be floated in, then drained to allow that load to come to rest on a dry platform. Drydocks are used for the construction, maintenance, and repair of ships, boats, and other watercraft.