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Madison Avenue

1. n. the style or image of the major U.S. center for advertising agencies. (The agencies are located on Madison Avenue in New York City.) It’s too much like Madison Avenue. We want a calm, sincere mood.
2. mod. in the manner of intense promotion; propaganda like. More and more people simply do not respond to Madison Avenue hype.
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Madison had also entered a definitive agreement allowing FNBNY to buy 182,260 new Madison shares at USD8.
The section on Madison as party leader contains Stafano Luconi's account of Madison's theories of impeachment and his belief that federal officials could be legitimately impeached only for crimes against the Constitution, and not for political differences.
Our affiliated brokerage teams are highly regarded for their retail expertise and for their commitment to helping clients succeed," said Amer Hammour, chief executive officer of Madison Marquette.
While Madison, who did not return several phone calls this week, has not stated publicly how he'll vote, he was a vocal supporter two years ago when the city began discussions with the NFL.
Airport: Dane County Regional Airport (MSN), Madison, WI; serviced by Northwest, United, American, Delta, Midwest, Continental and ATA airlines.
Camic, long gone from Madison and now a junior at Yale University, started something that has grown every year.
He was the shrewdest politician and political organizer of his generation, More importantly, Madison stands as the greatest political theorist in American history -- and perhaps in world history.
It "violates in particular," said Madison, "the article of the Constitution of the United States which declares that `Congress shall make no law respecting a religious establishment.
The loans to Madison National Bank were made consistent with the Federal Reserve's overall policy governing discount window lending.
We are pleased that this transaction has been completed and we very much look forward to our partnership with Madison Dearborn," said Craig Rydin, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Company.
The principals of APF Properties, including Kenneth Aschendorf and Berndt Perl, are planning to reposition 286 Madison as a premier boutique building, and they have the resources and the knowledge to do it," Kesseler notes.
Only a role player as a freshman at College of the Canyons last year, Madison was expected to be the main shooting option this year.
That alleged Madison quotation has been cited frequently over the past 50 years, but never with a primary source.
New players and the expansion of existing brands lowered vacancies and triggered a rise in asking rental rates in the majority of the Manhattan retail submarkets, including Madison, Fifth Avenue, Soho and Lower Manhattan.
They show that Hillary Clinton billed Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan, a client of the Rose firm, for about 60 hours of work over 15 months.
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