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The lesson of history is that it's nearly impossible to know whether a price boom was or was not a bubble without the benefit of a comfortable period of hindsight. And even with hindsight it will often be clear that a "bubble" wasn't so much a bubble as a reasonable bet on a particular view of the future which turned out to be mistaken http://econ.st/173enrn
A Better Secret Court
By JAMES G. CARR
Having "pro bono publico" lawyers challenge the government's requests for surveillance will result in better judicial outcomes.
Ads Seek Support for 21st Century 'Newsies'
|By STUART ELLIOTT 10 minutes ago|
The Buntin Group produces a pro bono campaign for a nonprofit group in Nashville that publishes a so-called street newspaper, The Contributor.
Apple's record-breaking valuation
From pipsqueak to powerhouse
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adj. Informal, -i·er, -i·est.
Full of news; informative.
newsiness news'i·ness n.
- pro bo • no
- prou bóunou
[形][副]〈仕事が〉無料［善意］で行われる［ラテン語「利益のために, 正しく, 道徳的に」］
pro bono publico
noun, dated military
1: Someone (or something) contemptible or insignificant. (1910 —) .
2: A small high-velocity shell. (1915 —) .
A. G. Empey Pip Squeak, Tommy's term for a small German shell which makes a 'pip' and then a 'squeak', when it comes over (1917).
3: A short, high-pitched sound; (the noise of) a car- or bicycle-horn. (1927 — 63).
4: dated military A radio transmitter used to establish an aeroplane's position. (1943 —) .
- Perception of the significance and nature of events after they have occurred.
- The rear sight of a firearm.
understanding of a situation or event only after it has happened or developed:with hindsight, I should never have gone
Definition of pipnoun
Origin:late 18th century: abbreviation of pippin
Origin: late Middle English (as a verb): imitative; compare with Swedish skväka 'croak', also with squeal and shriek. The noun dates from the early 17th century