Clean Dirty Price

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    dirty price
  • Price of a financial instrument including accrued interest.

  • The price of a bond including any portion of the next coupon payment that may have accrued to the seller between the last coupon payment and the date of sale.

  • The dirty price of a bond represents the value of a bond, exclusive of any commissions or fees. The dirty price is also called the "full price."

  • free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"

  • clean and jerk: a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then jerked overhead

  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking

  • make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"

  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing

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Dirty Secret: A Daughter Comes Clean About Her Mother's Compulsive Hoarding

Dirty Secret: A Daughter Comes Clean About Her Mother's Compulsive Hoarding

To be the child of a compulsive hoarder is to live in a permanent state of unease. Because if my mother is one of those crazy junk-house people, then what does that make me?
When her divorced mother was diagnosed with cancer, New York City writer Jessie Sholl returned to her hometown of Minneapolis to help her prepare for her upcoming surgery and get her affairs in order. While a daunting task for any adult dealing with an aging parent, it’s compounded for Sholl by one lifelong, complex, and confounding truth: her mother is a compulsive hoarder. Dirty Secret is a daughter’s powerful memoir of confronting her mother’s disorder, of searching for the normalcy that was never hers as a child, and, finally, cleaning out the clutter of her mother’s home in the hopes of salvaging the true heart of their relationship—before it’s too late.
Growing up, young Jessie knew her mother wasn’t like other mothers: chronically disorganized, she might forgo picking Jessie up from kindergarten to spend the afternoon thrift store shopping. Now, tracing the downward spiral in her mother’s hoarding behavior to the death of a long-time boyfriend, she bravely wades into a pathological sea of stuff: broken appliances, moldy cowboy boots, twenty identical pairs of graying bargain-bin sneakers, abandoned arts and crafts, newspapers, magazines, a dresser drawer crammed with discarded eyeglasses, shovelfuls of junk mail . . . the things that become a hoarder’s “treasures.” With candor, wit, and not a drop of sentimentality, Jessie Sholl explores the many personal and psychological ramifications of hoarding while telling an unforgettable mother-daughter tale.

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Coming Clean In Dirty Water

Coming Clean In Dirty Water

EXPLORE: added January 5th, 2007 #469
Highest position: 192 on Saturday, May 19, 2007

Yep, it's not the water that's cleaning you. This is a good ol'fashion river baptism. Doesn't really work any better than the modern pools inside the church, like where I was baptised 44 years ago, but it does seem to set a mood.

I don't believe that Baptism is necessary to salvation, it's merely the public act where you tell the world you're a new creation. (We're not to be "ashamed" of the gospel). Repenting of your sin and accepting Jesus as your Lord is what saves you. God is holy and perfect and we cannot approach Him with our sin. We have to be made clean. We are all lost due to sin and through His blood, shed on the cross, we can be washed clean of our sins. It will cover your sins past, present and future. Have you been washed in His blood, or simply with water?

This is not a free gift, but it has already been paid for ;o)

When I approach God in that Day to come, I will see my sin and everything I have done will be before me pointing me towards the judgement. Jesus though will wipe away my tears and say" He's one of mine, do not judge him, I have already paid the price for his sin".

Do you know my Jesus? Please, seek Him and you will find Him. He promises you that. Don't assume that the Jesus you've been told about by friends or on TV is the real Jesus. There are many out there that say they know Him but don't know Him on a personal basis. They simply know of Him. Don't reject Him until you truly know Him. Then if it's something you cannot accept, He'll leave you alone. Don't go to eternity without first making an intelligent choice based on knowledge rather than other peoples opinions or just believing what "feels" right to you. Your feelings will not save you.

This is my pastor, Quint (doing the baptism). A special man, and a recently returning war veteran (two tours of duty in Iraq). This was just before he left last summer for his 2nd tour. (Update: Quint is now in the Phillipines for 6 months April thru Sept 08)

This is the favorite part of his "job". I just wish I could hear the angels singing.

Miami High Rise Window Cleaning truck door, 24 hour service

Miami High Rise Window Cleaning truck door, 24 hour service

Miami High Rise Window Cleaning Inc.

Licensed, insured to clean windows up to 70 floors for commercial exterior. I also do storefront and residential cleaning and am only one person. You do not have to deal with the issues of a large company with me and my prices are very competitive. My tools and equipment are clean and professional, I will not track dirt into your house or damage your landscaping or furniture. If I do I will pay for the damage. I also promise not to look dirty, swear or smell!

Daniel Christensen

clean dirty price

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Talking Dirty With the Queen of Clean: Second Edition

Talking Dirty with the Queen of Clean®
The down-to-earth housekeeping guide that brought the Queen of Clean® into your home is now better than ever! As always, her marvelous collection of tips and shortcuts gives you the keys to conquering dust, rust, stains, gum, clogs, odor, mildew, smudges, scratches, allergens, pet problems, and water damage. And she works her magic with the hidden cleansing powers of natural, inexpensive ingredients such as baking soda, lemon juice, petroleum jelly, tea, vinegar and more. Now, the Queen expands her domain with:

More penny-saving tips...
Thrifty hints for frugal living.

Waste not...
Don't trash it! The Queen finds fun, creative uses for everyday products.

An ounce of prevention...
Foil common household problems?before they begin.

The Queen's favorite tales...
Happy endings to the most unusual and daunting cleaning challenges!

You'll also find handy sidebars, an updated index, and a revealing cleaning quiz to help you measure your status as a domestic diva.
Never be a slave to housework again!
Includes Helpful Hints From The Royal Guide To Spot And Stain Removal!

Stand back, Heloise, here comes the Queen of Clean. Armed with both common sense and ingenuity, Linda Cobb made a name for herself on Morning, Arizona. For those of you who don't happen to live in Arizona, she has written this helpful little book. Talking Dirty with the Queen of Clean tackles just about any household stain, stink, or accident you can think of.
"There are five cleaning products you should never be without," says the Queen, "and most of them are things you already have in your home." What are they? White vinegar, baking soda, lemon juice, club soda, and Spot Shot Instant Carpet Stain Remover (her favorite brand). With these simple items, you can clean and deodorize nearly every room in your home, thereby saving money on expensive store-bought cleaners and reducing the amounts of chemicals in your home. Did you burn a casserole? Fill the dish with hot water, one tablespoon of baking soda, and soak. Try cleaning brass and copper with half a lemon sprinkled with salt. It should shine right up (and smell good, too).
The chapters are short and sweet, and besides the usual home/pet/kid/upholstery cleaning techniques, the Queen also tackles patio furniture, the grill, electronic equipment, plants, and smoke and water damage. Did you know you can distract grasshoppers by planting basil around your flowerbeds? They'll eat that and leave your flowers alone. Here's our favorite tip: when painting or washing walls, wrap washcloths or old rags around your wrists and secure them with rubber bands. When you lift your arms, the paint or water drips will be absorbed instead of running all the way down your arms. Keep this book handy. --Dana Van Nest

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