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I think the language is Yoruba, from Nigeria. There's a movie Omo Aiye.

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It is important to hedge your funds to minimize your loss. The hard part is figuring out what the perfect hedge is and what is the right hedge for each individual investor. I would recommend that you sit down with a reputable financial adviser and go over your portfolio with them. In this volitile ...

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Answered: Difference between a hedge fund and a mutual fund?

What do you think of the news out of Washington DC yesterday, outlining how William A. Ackman, manager of Pershing Square Capital Management, bet $1 billion against a health-supplement franchise business (buying short) and then launched a very aggressive lobbying effort and protest campaign against ...

Answered: What does the phrase, hurts like hell mean? I am ...

"like hell" means very much. with great intensity, etc. "Hurts like hell", then, means "hurts very much".
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What does phrase mean?

It could have a totally different meaning if your husband's name is Louie.

Where did the phrase crack of dawn come from?

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President Phrases

"I am not a crook." Nixon "Read my lips, no new taxes." Bush Sr. "Is our children learning?" Bush Jr. "Ask not what you can do for yourself, ask what you can do for your country." John F. Kennedy.

Where do we get the phrase chew the fat?

Wikipedia says it first appeared in print in 1885, in a book about the British Army. There have been attributions to Inuits chewing whale blubber, but Wikipedia says no.