Gromet


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Grom´et


n.1.Same as Grommet.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Further, even when criminals make restoration, peoples' sense of justice demands the possibility of retribution as well (Gromet and Darley, 2006).
Additionally, an individuals' psychological value regarding conservation can be connected to a person's political ideology (Gromet, Kunreuther, & Larrick, 2012).
Hicham Elkerdoudi, David Gromet, Shelley O'Keefe, Michael Johnson and Alex Segal.
(89.) Recent empirical work by Sunita Sah, Dena Gromet, and Richard Larrick suggests that, in fact, people are less likely to find nudges objectionable if their own weaknesses are made salient to them.
Gromet, a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business, and two coauthors report on the results.
The trick is to keep Ed Minibrain (alias Wallace & Gromet) out of government with their boom and bust cycle, free holidays to the Algarve for all on benefits and free new cars too.
These were compared to average shales worldwide (Pettijohn, 1957), NASC (Gromet et al., 1984), Turekan & Wedephol (1961) and shales from other parts of Nigeria (Table 3).
The second thing you notice is a resemblance to Wallace from Wallace and Gromet.
But Rodrigo Gromet, 61, claims the only food he took from the staff barbecue was brought along by his wife.