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gamb

(ɡæmb)
n
the foreleg of an animal
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Gambs (1974) has shown that the Classical school, from its emphasis on the quantity theory of money, implied that aggregate demand is unit elastic with respect to the price level.
Gambs (1974) showed that the Classical school implied that aggregate demand is unit elastic with respect to the price level.
En este sentido, concluyen Epstein y Gambs (2001) que las dificultades de la educacion mixta pueden ser superadas con una adecuada atencion a la diversidad desde una perspectiva de genero, puesto que <<los contextos escolares segregados producen estereotipos que pueden convertirse en profecias que se cumplen automaticamente (.
A protocol that performs a boosting-like algorithm in a distributed and nearly privacy-preserving manner in the restricted case where we only deal with two semi-honest participants and where the weak classifiers have the form of decision stumps was presented by Sebastien Gambs et al.