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 n.— «Now the focus of investing has changed, avers Kumar. No more turnaround companies. “They have all turned around enough. So now I am concentrating on companies with stories.” In normal parlance it means companies that are takeover targets for the bigger sharks.» —“Small investors, big money” by Ashish Rukhaiyar, Yagnesh Kansara Financial Express (India) Jan. 1, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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