After two weeks sifting through over one thousand pages of SEC filings for the largest banks, I have the same concerns.
filings with the Federal Election Commission suggest that Taj may be right.
But her latest FEC filings show they took millions of dollars from her in the last election cycle.
Factcheck.org wrote yesterday that "we see little new in any of these SEC filings."
Brown-Forman, according to its most recent quarterly filings with the SEC, has $361.5 million in cash on its balance sheet.
The electric waves are said to cause the filings to cohere—that is, to cling together more closely.
Mechanically I did the same, and wondered why filings were packed in that kind of a barrel.
The third method of causing the decoherence of the filings is that due to T. Tommasina.
The filings have so high a resistance that no current flows.
The magnet acts on the filings through the paper, and see how it arranges them!