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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?
Following Hole (2007) and Wolf, Tonsor, and Olynk (2011), the utility obtained from consuming pecans can be specified as:
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.
Stephen Tonsor, Clyde Wilson, Richard Gamble, and many others have expressed their debt to his art.
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)
The analysis suggests there may be significant support by consumers for mandatory labeling of production practices impacting animal welfare," said Kansas State University assistant professor Glynn Tonsor who, along with Michigan State University professor Christopher Wolf, conducted the study.
Glynn Tonsor is an assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Kansas State University.
To begin, I found a concise article on him by historian Gregory Schneider, the recent compiler of an anthology of Tonsor essays.
Tonsor spoke at an event honoring Henry Regnery, who published Art in Crisis.
One of the most important indicators of social decadence, Tonsor thinks, is the breakdown of traditional political forms, which is itself the result of the decay of aristocratic norms and republican virtue.