oyer


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Related to oyer: oyez

oyer

(ɔɪə)
n
1. (Historical Terms) English legal history (in the 13th century) an assize
2. (Historical Terms) (formerly) the reading out loud of a document in court
3. (Historical Terms) See oyer and terminer
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Hall has addressed the question in two papers, the first with Princeton economist and one-time Uber consultant Alan Krueger, and the second in 2018 with economists Cody Cook, Rebecca Diamond, John List and Paul Oyer.
com)-- Dale Carnegie Colorado & Wyoming is eager to announce Kathy Oyer as the newest addition to their staff.
Duane Oyer and Rob Theurer have been honored by being named the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agencys Fisheries Divisions biologist of the year and fisheries technician of the year, respectively.
But while Americans in the early years of adulthood have, of course, a long history of picking up odd jobs, the trend has certainly seen an uptick, with the ease with which technology allows access to such tasks likely being a more important factor than college debt burdens, according to Paul Oyer, a professor at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business who focuses on labor economics.
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Professor Oyer (2004) proposed an improved model that is a NMF model with sparse restrictions.
Our New York office leverages the strength and momentum of our business," said Tim Oyer, the firm's president and managing partner.
She confessed to witchcraft and named her conspirators: Phips convened the Court of Oyer and Terminer and appointed William Stoughton to oversee the trials.
representatives Christian Parra and Megan Oyer, helped the family choose the size of the store, deciding on about 10,000 square feet for TMO Hardware.
In these pages, Michael Greenstone, Paul Oyer, and Annette Vissing-Jorgensen argued in the affirmative ("The Value of Knowing," Summer 2006).
Although Schwarz largely punts the job of interpreting the information in his documentary collection, preferring to direct readers to relevant monographs previously published by Douglas Egerton, James Sidbury, and Michael Nicholls, some of Schwarz's footnotes do contain important content on such relevant matters as benefit of clergy, courts of oyer et terminer, and the precise location of certain places named in the official record.
Reitz BA, Jamieson SW, Gaudiani VA, Oyer PE, Stinson EB.