reback

reback

(riːˈbæk)
vb (tr)
to provide (a book) with a new back, backing or lining
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VMware (VMW) downgraded to Hold from Buy at Stifel by analyst Brad Reback, who sees "too much uncertainty" as parent Dell Technologies (DVMT) evaluates "potential business opportunities.
7 billion fine to hold a party and bail out Greek banks," said Gary Reback, an antitrust lawyer and critic of the EU's actions.
When an online profile is created of you, which you never really get to see, it's not just kind of what you buy, it's who you might vote for," Reback said in a recent telephone interview.
RANDALL REBACK, Ryan Tan, Rachel Kessler, Polina Elkind, and Oana Serban provided outstanding research assistance for this project.
We took a long, hard look at our business model, where we are going, and what was most important to our customers and shareholders," stated Bob Reback, CEO.
Also focusing on elementary schools, Reback (2010) examined the impact of an expanded counselor workforce within a school on that school's frequency of disciplinary infractions and on student achievement scores.
After a deal was reached with Westminster and Holyrood in 2013, the council has now filed an application with to the scheme to borrow Au16 million to reback its outstanding housing debt.
At some point, the leather of the reback on the spine split vertically and tore across the lower spine.
Some research (Hoyt 1996; Reback 2005) finds a relationship between house prices and school choice through the capitalization of public school quality.
In support of one explanation for this shift, Randall Reback has shown that more-selective colleges and universities have become less likely to offer undergraduate programs that allow students to earn teacher certification in four years.
Researchers have indicated that the provision of mental health services for children within their schools can improve the academic and personal/ social success of students (Carrell & Carrell, 2006; Reback, 2010; Whiston, Tai, Rahardja, & Eder, 2011).