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adland

(ˈædˌlænd)
n
informal the advertising industry and the people who work in it
[C20: from ad(vertising) + land]
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James and Aadland (2011), in a study at the county level in the U.
Schlosser, 1987; Lobb and Orth, 1991; Aadland, 1993).
2009), and Zuo and Schieffer (2014) for Chinese provinces; Papyrakis and Gerlagh (2007) for the US states and James and Aadland (2011) for US counties; and Desai et al.
The academic literature on the long term economic impacts of natural resource development offers mixed conclusions, with some studies suggesting that local economies do not benefit from such activity in the long term (James and Aadland, 2011; and Papyrakis and Gerlagh, 2007), while other recent work, such as Allcott and Keniston (2013) and Brown (2014), challenge this.
Similar to findings at the national level, James and Aadland found that U.
2008; Vandello, Goldschmied, and Richards 2007), and there is some evidence of it introducing market inefficiency into sports betting as well (Levitt 2004; Weyer and Aadland 2010).
These habitat characteristics are consistent with those reported for the species from across its range (Smith, 1979; Becker, 1983; Aadland, 1993; Goldstein, 2009).
Jahnsen J, Falch JA, Aadland E, Mowinckel P Bone mineral density is reduced in patients with Crohn's disease but not in patients with ulcerative colitis: a population based study.
He's a great example of how to become successful by working hard," said Ted Aadland, chief executive of Aadland Evans Constructors Inc.
His business is called Aadland Evans Constructors Inc.
For information about women from Beverly Aadland (twentieth-century American actress) to Nina Zyuskova (twentieth-century Soviet track athlete), the Dictionary of Women Worldwide is an admirable "first stop" resource and offers scholars at all levels a much-needed starting point for more indepth research.
The awards recognize innovators who take calculated and beneficial risks, people who make 'partnering' more than a word," says Ted Aadland, past cochair of NPHQ.