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I hate Chinese Yoona akga

I hate Chinese Yoona akgaes. Them spreading malicious rumors about Taeyeon again. Like wtf mind your own business support your own faves instead of being snakes 24/7. Taeyeon being hated in China won't make Yoona loved in China use your little shitty brains. Yall know just recently when Taeyeon got sexually harassed at the airport, I saw too many comments saying she deserved it. WTF. I'm going nuts. We Taeyeon stans only want Taeyeon to NOT be hurt and be happy why is that such a difficult thing to achieve? I'm ok with having no news about Taeyeon but knowing that she's doing well, instead of monthly scandals slanders and character assassinations. STOP. #taeyeon #taeyeonpic #singer #song #voice #vocal #music #byuntaeyeon #vocalist #beautaeful #taetae #taengoo #elftaengpic #paperhuman #kidleader #housefairy #jummataeng #dorkyeon #slayeon #kingtaeyeon #taeyeonah #taeyeonnie #fishtaeng #taengoppa #taeng9 #girl #concert #sone # #justice

To boys : this girl name

To boys : this girl name Kim Taeyeon @taeyeon_ss born to take all your girl from you and make this world exploded from her pretty and handsome face plus with a goddess voice OR she will take you instead BE CAREFUL #girlsgeneration #taengoppa #taeyeon #kidleader

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The NYSE is owned by Intercontinental Exchange, an American holding company that it also lists (NYSE: ICE). Previously, it was part of NYSE Euronext (NYX), which was formed by the NYSE's 2007 merger with Euronext. NYSE and Euronext now operate as divisions of Intercontinental Exchange. The NYSE has been the subject of several lawsuits regarding fraud or breach of duty and in 2004 was sued by its former CEO for breach of contract and defamation.

The signal to start and stop trading was not always a bell. The original signal was a gavel (which is still in use today along with the bell), but during the late 1800s, the NYSE decided to switch the gavel for a gong to signal the day's beginning and end. After the NYSE changed to its present location at 18 Broad Street in 1903, the gong was switched to the bell format that is currently being used. A common sight today is the highly publicized events in which a celebrity or executive from a corporation stands behind the NYSE podium and pushes the button that signals the bells to ring. Many consider the act of ringing the bells to be quite an honor and a symbol of a lifetime of achievement. Furthermore, due to the amount of coverage that the opening/closing bells receive, many companies coordinate new product launches and other marketing-related events to start on the same day as when the company's representatives ring the bell. This daily tradition wasn't always this highly publicized either. In fact, it was only in 1995 that the NYSE began having special guests ring the bells on a regular basis. Prior to that, ringing the bells was usually the responsibility of the exchange's floor managers.

Because of the many important problems in this class, there have been extensive efforts to find polynomial-time algorithms for problems in NP. However, there remain a large number of problems in NP that defy such attempts, seeming to require super-polynomial time. Whether these problems are not decidable in polynomial time is one of the greatest open questions in computer science (see P versus NP ("P=NP") problem for an in-depth discussion). An important notion in this context is the set of NP-complete decision problems, which is a subset of NP and might be informally described as the "hardest" problems in NP. If there is a polynomial-time algorithm for even one of them, then there is a polynomial-time algorithm for all the problems in NP. Because of this, and because dedicated research has failed to find a polynomial algorithm for any NP-complete problem, once a problem has been proven to be NP-complete this is widely regarded as a sign that a polynomial algorithm for this problem is unlikely to exist. However, in practical uses, instead of spending computational resources looking for an optimal solution, a good enough (but potentially suboptimal) solution may often be found in polynomial time. Also, the real life applications of some problems are easier than their theoretical equivalents.