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tonsor

(ˈtɒnsə)
n
1. (Professions) a barber
2. (Hairdressing & Grooming) a barber
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So, tonsor," says Jones, "I find you have more trades than one; how came you not to inform me of this last night?
Esto promueve el uso de nuevas tecnologias, sin embargo, su adopcion enfrenta al engordador a retos, como la renuencia de la industria a aceptar la tecnologia, por lo que para alentar la mejora tecnologica se debe demostrar el beneficio economico de su uso (Schroeder y Tonsor, 2011).
Following Hole (2007) and Wolf, Tonsor, and Olynk (2011), the utility obtained from consuming pecans can be specified as:
A number of recent studies have assessed consumer willingness to pay (WTP) for animal welfare attributes in meat products, including gestation-stall-free pork (Grannis and Thilmany, 2002; Tonsor, Olynk, and Wolf, 2009; Tonsor, Wolf, and Olynk, 2009; Olynk, Tonsor, and Wolf, 2010a; Olynk, Tonsor, and Wolf, 2010b; Tonsor and Wolf, 2010; Prickett, Norwood, and Lusk 2010; and Tonsor and Wolf, 2011).
Professor Tonsor was a longtime member of the editorial board of Modern Age and a stalwart supporter of both this journal and the Intercollegiate Studies Institute.
With the amount of negative coverage of agricultural issues increasing (Laestadius, Lagasse, Smith, & Neff, 2012; Tonsor & Olynk, 2010), visual rhetoric provides agricultural communicators with a framework to study portrayals of the industry by respected mass media news outlets.
Stephen Tonsor, Clyde Wilson, Richard Gamble, and many others have expressed their debt to his art.
En las cadenas de produccion agropecuarias es posibles discernir entre dos tipos de trazabilidad: la trazabilidad primaria (registro historico de los animales y de las enfermedades que puedan poseer) y la trazabilidad secundaria (enfocada a la inocuidad de los productos de origen animal, permitiendo conocer el historico de las materias primas que componen un alimento desde su ingreso a la cadena alimentaria hasta que el producto ya procesado llega al consumidor final) (Schultz y Tonsor, 2010).
These authors show that social desirability bias with respect to animal welfare issues can be mitigated through a method of "inferred valuation," while Lusk and Norwood (2010) and OLnyk, Tonsor, and Wolf (2010) address social desirability bias in an animal welfare context through indirect questioning, or asking survey respondents to express how they think the "average American" would respond.
Taylor, Yair Tedds, Lindsay Telyukova, Irina Temple, Jonathan Tenreyro, Silvana Thakor, Anjan Thompson, Peter Tille, Cedric Tombak, Mihkel Tonsor, Glynn Torgler.
108,8: mercennarius tonsor (Muller tilgt tonsor mit Burman)
I met Peter first at meetings of the Philadelphia Society in the late 1970's, when he and many of his near-contemporaries (Russell Kirk, Stephen Tonsor, Leonard Liggio, Vic Milione, Henry Regnery, among others) were so kind to their slightly younger colleagues.