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n.1.(Mus.) A tenor or small bass viol.
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See, for example, Bassetto and Messer (2013), Berriel and Bhattarai (2009), Cao (2017), and Del Negro and Sims (2015).
Monstrey S, Middelkoop E, Vranckx JJ, Bassetto F, Ziegler UE, Meaume S, et al.
Daniel, Marco Bassetto, Azim Essaji, Maurice Roche, and Constantine Angyridis for helpful comments on an earlier draft, and seminar participants at the Bank of Canada, European Central Bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, Wilfrid Laurier University, Ryerson University, University of Ottawa, Oklahoma State University, Appalachian State University, Texas State University, Lafayette College, Pitzer College, the Canadian Economic Association meetings, and the Mid-West Macro meetings.
Sfriso P, Ghirardello a, Botsios C, Tonon M, Zen M, Bassi N, Bassetto F, Doria A.
a quick reminder of what precisely Bolognese and Modenese composers meant when using such terms as Bassetto Viola and Violone; and other such important details always help musicians greatly in preparing a performance or recording.
We are grateful to Marco Bassetto, Hulya Eraslan, Boyan Jovanovic, David Kelly, Manuel Santos, Alan Sorensen, and Val Lambson for their valuable comments.
A popular field of research is related to the corporate and the country specific determinants of environmental disclosure (Bartiaux, 2008; Bassetto, 2010; Beck, Campbell, & Shrives, 2010; Buhr, 1998; Burritt & Welch, 1997; Christ & Burritt, 2013; Clarkson, Li, Richardson, & Vasvari, 2011; Cormier & Magnan, 2003; Cowen, Ferreri, & Parker, 1987; Deegan & Gordon, 1996; Dong, Ishikawa, Liu, & Hamori, 2011; Erlandsson & Tillman, 2009; Hackston & Milne, 1996; Harte & Owen, 1991; Kolk & Perego, 2010; Murray, Sinclair, Power, & Gray, 2006; Roberts, C.
Marco Bassetto is a professor of macroeconomics at University College London, a senior economist and research advisor in the Economic Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, and a member of the Centre for Macroeconomics.
Depois de tratar da critica textual como "o trabalho filologico", Bruno Fregni Bassetto inicia o capitulo sobre os metodos da filologia romanica de seus Elementos de filologia romanica, com as seguintes palavras: