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  1. Lewis, 1782–1866, U.S. statesman.
  2. a male or female given name.

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So I gather from Cass is that this was something he would often say.

At every step in the chain there’s a financial firm taking a cut, and very little money ends up making its way back to what Cass calls the “real” economy of goods and nonfinancial services.

Don Schneider, former chief economist of the House Ways and Means Committee, noted in a lengthy Twitter thread that other ways of measuring business investment don’t show the same decline seen in analyses by Cass and others.

Cass notes, for instance, that technology firm Cisco spent $101 billion buying back shares of its stock in the past 15 years but invested only $15 billion over the same period.

Sustainers include “the massive technology firms with the largest market capitalization,” Cass writes, including Apple, Alphabet and Facebook.

In appearance John was a cross between Mama Cass and Orson Welles.

The “culprits” in the appropriation of my discipline are two of my best friends, Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein.

The campaign—which was shot by Cass Bird—features the two downtown-cool girls in floral crowns.

"Right now the family is in mourning," Cass's grandfather, Walter Laro, told the AP.

By Tuesday night, medical examiners who performed an autopsy had still not determined how Cass died.

Then Cass dismissed the subject for one of far more importance.

Investigation proved that it was Cass and Quin in hot dispute, as usual.

Cass, seeing that further persuasion was useless, reluctantly consented.

"This is Quinby Graham, grandfather," said Cass, by way of introduction.

She remembered the little gifts Cass and Myrna and Edwin had slipped in her bag.


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