Fouqué

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Fouqué

(German fuˈkeː)
n
(Biography) Friedrich Heinrich Karl (ˈfriːdrɪç ˈhainrɪç karl), Baron de la Motte. 1777–1843, German romantic writer; author of Undine (1811)
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Vervloet MG, Sezer S, Massy ZA, Johansson L, Cozzolino M, Fouque D, et al .
Having lucid definitions is a fundamental requirement for management and modeling (Fouque and Langsam, 2013, p.
"Far beneath My holier passion, in their eyes and ears Enchantment vast but foolish lingereth." ("AM") The second epigraph is a rather long-winded German quotation from Sintram by Friedrich de la Motte Fouque, in which it is explained to a youth, Sintram, that Paris was given an opportunity by the goddess Aphrodite, in exchange for the golden apple, to take Helen away and live with her for ten years, during which time Troy would be protected from its enemies.
Pasian, C., Guebre-Egziabher, F., Kalbacher, E., Pommero, C., & Fouque, D.
We assume that [alpha] is large so that volatility is sufficiently fast mean-reversion when looked over the time scale of options Fouque et al.
The International Society of Renal Nutrition and Metabolism (ISRNM) panel proposed four main diagnostic criteria for detection of PEW: 1) biochemical markers, 2) body mass and composition, 3) muscle mass, and 4) dietary intake (Fouque et al., 2008).
Jean-Baptiste Fouque and Servants of Jesus of Caracas founder Sr.