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A Texas judge granted bankruptcy protection to out-of-commission bitcoin exchange Mt Gox yesterday, stalling attempts by traders to take legal action against the Tokyo-based company, Reuters reported.
FAM) Holiday fantasy about a divorced exec (Tim Allen) whose cynicism slowly melts when he makes a deal to replace an out-of-commission St.
Shaw's wonderful "Left Behind" series, 2004-, is a huge image painted on an out-of-commission theatrical backdrop.
Caring for an out-of-commission loved one can be a real drain on one's time and money, without professional help to do the caring and insurance dollars to pay the bills.
That's why it's crucial that the out-of-commission weather buoys maintained by the National Weather Service get fixed, and soon, say fishermen.
Even news that British Energy continue to work on five out-of-commission boilers failed to dampen investor enthusiasm for the stock which jumped 32.
Bench grinders on 79% of the submarines surveyed were considered out-of-commission due to non-ferrous material in the grinding wheels.
Prohibited, and hence placed out of sight or otherwise rendered out-of-commission in particular times and places, are in some Jewish homes: cars, money, and fire on Sabbath; bread and flour on Passover; mirrors and leather shoes in the mourner's house.