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However, cases involving violence against women have a traditionally—and appallingly—low rate of conviction in India.The Despicable Persistence of the Dowry in India|Nishita Jha|August 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Analysts say this is attractive, as investors hunt for yield in this current low rate environment.'Sold in the USA' Stocks Beating S&P 500|CNBC|May 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Banks get a very low rate because they're borrowing for very short periods of time--often overnight, always less than a year.Elizabeth Warren Wants the Fed to Get Into the Student Loan Business|Megan McArdle|May 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
So-called good thoughts have a high rate of vibration, and those which are called bad ordinarily have a low rate.
The fact that all shippers got the same low rate was, therefore, no longer a defence.
The reason for the low rate at Lynchburg was the presence of a rival route,—bananas, coming in through Baltimore.
The result is that the carrier, in order to secure the tonnage, must accept it at a very low rate, despite the length of the haul.
The railroad meantime would have suffered a corresponding loss of revenue on all traffic carried at the low rate.