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Over $1 trillion in investment grade bonds were sold in 2009, according to financial data provider Dealogic, and investors bought fistsful of corporate bonds as an attractive alternative to the paltry yield on Treasury securities.
Banks Boosted by Fixed Income Erik Holm 2010
With Triplett it was a case of forcible feeding for he kept trying to secrete his share of the menu in various parts of his person, slipping fistsful of crawfish in his shirt-bosom and pouring his cup of _hoopa_ into an old fire-extinguisher which rolled in the ship's waist.
Kebron staggered but did not go down, and he grabbed huge fistsful of Janos’s fur and would not let go.
Stone and Anvil Peter David 2003
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