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Investment Company Blanket Bond


investment company blanket bond
    investment company
  • A corporation or trust whose primary purpose is to invest the funds of its shareholders.
  • a financial institution that sells shares to individuals and invests in securities issued by other companies
  • An investment company is a company whose main business is holding securities of other companies purely for investment purposes. The investment company invests money on behalf of its shareholders who in turn share in the profits and losses.
    blanket bond
  • (Blanket Bonds) Guarantees the honesty of all an organization’s employees.
  • (Blanket Bonds) a bond which protects an employer from loss due to dishonest acts of all employees
  • An employee dishonesty or fidelity bond covering all persons of a group or class; as opposed to bonds naming specific individuals (name schedule) or positions (position schedule).

4: Who Rescued Who?
4: Who Rescued Who?
January 4, 2011 Okay, it is late and I have to be up early, so I won't say too much tonight, but something does need to be said. The beautiful eyes you see here looking up at me belong to my one year old terrier mix Pepper Jack. She is a strong-minded little lady who knew nothing but terrible things before I found her in a no-kill shelter this past October. Within a week she was at home with me after months of living in cages with other dogs stealing her food (or so I imagine seeing as I could count her vertebrae when I first got her home...) She is now a happy and healthy pup. She enjoys playing with my mom's 12 year old beagle Tyke and has actually got him up and moving like never before. Sometimes it's hard to figure out which one is supposed to be the "puppy." She is devoted to my fiancee and me. If only one of us is at home, she'll roam the house looking for the other one. At nine thirty, she'll sit by the door to go out. Then, she'll come in, eat her treat, and sit by the stairs until one of us goes up to the bedroom with her. Then, about five minutes later, she'll come back downstairs and wait there for the other one to go up with her. She loves us. When I hurt my foot a couple of months ago and was couch-ridden for a couple of days, she stayed at my side. When I lost my cellphone on one of our Sunday walks downtown, she walked faithfully by my side and kept pace with me without pulling on her lead for 3 hours while we looked for it. It's really hard to describe sometimes why I love this dog so much. It could be because I suffer from a depressive disorder as well as anxiety disorders, and she has pulled me out of that a bit. I'm not cured because I have a dog, of course, but knowing that I have this little gal waiting for me, amazingly happy to see me whenever I walk in the door, and just plain adorably dancing when I come in the room makes my days a whole lot brighter, no matter how bad of a mood disorder I happen to be suffering from. I love my little Pepper Jack.
Imprecise blanket
Imprecise blanket
I started out wanting a blanket to cover the baby for his christening. First of all, that by itself is insanity given that his christening is scheduled for the last weekend in July. Then, I didn't want to have to spend any time on the project. So I just kind of... wung this. I busted out Ye Olde Bond Ultimate Sweater Machine and churned out a big swath of stockinette fabric in white, then bought some blanket binding. The stockinette has quite a few mistakes, because the Sweater Machine is not perfect--and neither am I. And the binding is full of mistakes because I am the most imprecise sewer in all the world. But for a three-evening project, whatever. The baby's just going to puke on it anyway.

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