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Conybeare

(ˈkɒnɪˌbɪə; ˈkʌn-)
n
(Biography) William Daniel. 1787–1857, British geologist. He summarized all that was known about rocks at the time in Outlines of the Geology of England and Wales (1822)
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Conybeare GLG, Angles K, Barrett RJ, Luke JS, Gask DR.
Several studies have extended Niskanen's budget maximisation framework to incorporate more nuanced approaches for modelling the budgetary allocations, emphasising in particular the discretionary powers of bureaucracy [see, for example, Breton and Wintrobe (1975); Romer and Rosenthal (1978); Mackay and Weaver (1981); Miller and Moe (1983); Conybeare (1984); Bendor, Taylor, and Van Gaalen (1985) and Bendor and Moe (1985, 1986)].
Brian Conybeare, CBS2 Westchester Bureau Chief, was the event's Emcee.
CBS2's Brian Conybeare took an exclusive look at the 40-foot deep spent fuel pool inside the Westchester County facility.
La desemejanza de la palabra a cualquier palabra nos hace pensar en la desemejanza de la luz a cualquier luz" (Conybeare, 2012, p.
Other notable residents are said to include Dean Conybeare, the rebuilder of Llandaff Cathedral and William Luard, treasurer of the County of Glamorgan.
One prominent example is from defense economics (Arce, Kovenock, and Roberson 2012; Conybeare, Murdoch, and Sandler 1994).
Conybeare et al., "The biosure study: influence of composition of diet and food consumption on longevity, degenerative diseases and neoplasia in wistar rats studied for up to 30 months post weaning," Food and Chemical Toxicology, vol.
Como alerta Conybeare (2008), las transferencias (redistributivas) de ayuda no estan justificadas ni siquiera si se cumple el supuesto de que la utilidad marginal del ingreso es mayor entre las personas pobres que entre las ricas, puesto que debe demostrarse que los pobres usaran mas productivamente que los ricos el ingreso marginal que reciben, generando asi un mayor bienestar agregado.
Conybeare, "On the Repudiation of Sovereign Debt: Sources of Stability and Risk," Columbia Journal of World Business, Spring/Summer 1990, 4652; Glen Biglaiser, Glen, and Joseph L.
Catherine Conybeare proposes an interesting analysis of Augustine's discussion of Abraham and Sarah's laughter in De Civitate Dei 16.26, arguing that at least in that passage he sees their laughter foreshadowing the grace that will set the Christian people free in the new covenant, thereby suggesting an Old Testament-New Testament distinction between false and true laughter, possibly based in an earth-heaven distinction (The Laughter of Sarah: Biblical Exegesis, Feminist Theory, and the Concept of Delight [New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013] 35-36).