an estimate of the total long term returns, including income and capital, on fixed income investments like corporate bonds and gifts
The other funeral home is not in operation because it is behind the gargantuan fence and considered part of the red zone.
Guede, who is appealing his conviction, was a regular at The red zone.
But the more I read about the Miami scandal Wednesday night, the more my outrage meter began to move into the red zone.
The red zone at the "bone pocket" carries many concretionary masses which frequently contain the fossil specimens.
The frost-smoke is wreathing the red zone of our southern horizon.
Differs from C. hematochelis in distant gills, and more than one red zone on stem.
The part of the field closest to the defender's goal line: We wouldn't be talking about a lull if we wouldn't have made the mistakes in the red zone (1990s+ Football)