Courtney Pratt Quotes

Samuel Jackson Pratt (25 December 1749 – 4 October 1814) was a prolific English poet, dramatist and novelist, writing under the pseudonym of "Courtney Melmoth" as well as under his own name. He authored around 40 publications between 1770 and 1810, some of which are still published today, and is probably best remembered as the author of Emma Corbett: or the Miseries of Civil War, (1780) and the poem Sympathy (1788). Although his reputation was tainted by scandal during his lifetime, he is today recognised as an early campaigner for animal welfare and the first English writer to treat the American Revolution as a legitimate subject for literature.

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“We believe this plan does have a fighting chance of winning approval on the understanding that it's going to be discussed and probably modified or amended in some way,”

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“I feel more optimistic, ... because we have a solution to the problem of the pension fund, which was an enormous problem.”

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“more optimistic than I have been in the past that a deal is there to be done.”

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“Our results reflect the softening in North American demand and pricing that began in the third quarter of last year and that has continued well into 2005.”

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“He is a highly regarded industry leader with the skills and experience to enhance our success going forward and create opportunities and value for all of our stakeholders.”

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“This extension will focus everyone's attention on trying to reach an agreement. We continue to believe that such an outcome is the best for everyone concerned.”

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“If we can get signed term sheets on these two outstanding issues, that should give everyone confidence that this plan can be implemented.”

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“This is positive news for the company, for our stakeholders and for the process itself,”

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“The third quarter results demonstrate the continuing competitive challenge we face and the vital importance of securing a consensual restructuring which will enable us to move forward with our strategic capital program,”

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“This restructuring has been nothing like what anyone would have anticipated for a whole range of reasons, driven by the fact that we started to make money.”

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“The people who vote on this are the bondholders and they are not supporting this at this stage.”

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“It provides a strong platform for restructuring the company. And it moves us closer to the goal of emerging successfully from court protection as a viable steel producer at Lake Erie and in Hamilton.”

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“Everyone recognizes that it is critical for the company to get this done by March 31.”

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“the reason this is pretty critical, that there be no questioning from the court's perspective about the way the board has dealt with this, is that the forecast is critical to the plan.”

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“This plan, together with the restructuring agreement with the province, represents a significant step forward in our quest for a consensual restructuring and a positive outcome.”

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