Quercia


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Quercia

(Italian ˈkwertʃa)
n
(Biography) Jacopo della. See Jacopo della Quercia
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Rampelli S, Soverini M, Turroni S, Quercia S, Biagi E, Brigidi P, et al.
A traditional literature assumes that borrowers "ruthlessly" default on their mortgage to maximize their financial wealth (see, for example, the work of Kau, Keenan, and Kim, 1994, and the literature surveys of Quercia and Stegman, 1992, and Vandell, 1993).
In another attempt, computer scientists Eduardo Graells-Garrido, Mounia Laimas, and Daniel Quercia have envisioned a reconciliatory recommendation system that helps people identify various common interests they share with those who hold opposite views about sensitive and polarized topics.
The CityLab workshop was organized by Daniele Quercia (Bell Labs) and Konstantinos Pelechrinis (University of Pittsburgh).
Ellie Quercia had three assists for Clark, which led 1-0 at halftime at 2-0 after 48 minutes.
Vediamo: "la figlia della quercia e della macchia"; "Inviolata eri e chiusa / come [.
La inversion de los espacios en la comedia romantica senala un nivel heterotopico, y la pelicula chilena Sexo con amor (Boris Quercia, 2002) ilustra como una comedia romantica tiene su propia dinamica heterotopica distinta del cine de terror y el cine detectivesco.
By reviewing and synthesizing 29 empirical studies, Quercia and Stegman (1992) provide salient evidence regarding the importance of the loan-to-value ratio, or the relevant measure of home equity, in triggering mortgage defaults.
Antonio Quercia shot exclusively in 4K resolution on the Canon 1D-C.
Maria Luisa puso fin a finales de 2014, justo antes de viajar a Espana, a su historia de amor de diez anos con Boris Quercia, un conocido actor y director del pais andino.
Upcoming segments include interviews with Howard Bloom, Neal Goldsmith, Rob London, Dave Sheridan, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Jacopo della Quercia, and James Kahn.