Farlie

Far´lie


n.1.An unusual or unexpected thing; a wonder. See Fearly.
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La teoria de la importancia asume que la estrategia partidaria mas frecuente es el "enfasis selectivo", en lugar de la "confrontacion directa" (Budge y Farlie, 1983).
Fort Lauderdale-based investment banking firm, Farlie Turner & Co.
56 (480m): Cuil Rocket, Farlie Ozzi, Bramble Thorn, Fridays Policy, Klockwork Tip, Blackhouse Ben 19.
Andrew Brazier, Ryon Properties; Nick Fairlie, Farlie Real Estate; Michael Reeves, ReevesMG.
The theory of issue ownership states that candidates will only discuss the issues that, according to public opinion, are better handled by their own political party (Budge and Farlie 1983; Petrocik 1996; Sellers 1998; Holian 2004; Kaufmann 2004).
My thanks go to Trevor Farlie for his research assistance in the preparation of this paper and to Giovanna Roma for her French translation.
In Frank v Farlie, (14) an Ontario Superior Court judge addressed the question of whether a company's participation in Ontario's capital markets and its engagement of the provider of the regulatory regime in Ontario constituted a presumptive connecting factor to Ontario, analogous to the factor of carrying on business in Ontario.
Herbert Farlie Wood, and you will see that we were on your immediate right.
Other research shows that, conditional on working, immigrants are more likely than native-born Americans to be self-employed (Borjas 1986; Yuengert 1995; Farlie and Meyer 1996; Lofstrom 2002).
He had been on a day out with his family on the beach near his home in Farlie, near Largs.
En Party Identification and Beyond: Representations of Voting and Party Competition, editado por Ian Budge, Ivor Crewe y Dennis Farlie.