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roemer

(ˈrʊmə; rømə)
n
(Historical Terms) a type of drinking glass which was popular around the 16th and 17th centuries and typically has a wide bowl on a short decorated stem
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Rhetorica: Stahr, 1862; Sprengel (with Latin text), 1867; Cope and Sandys, 1877; Roemer, 1885, 1898.
Indeed, this condition remains the only continuous feature of Roemer's system of market socialism: coupons are substituted for transferable shares.
Starting with the motto "Every story is over before it begins," Michael Roemer contends that stories are "precluded": as finished artworks, all elements are in place, and the characters are no more free than are figures in a painting.
Roemer describes four methods of medical cost containment: influencing the patient's behavior, using limited resources effectively, providing reasonable payments to providers, and influencing provider performance.
It will not surprise anyone familiar with John Roemer's work that this book is another closely reasoned analysis by a brilliant and distinguished theorist.
Roemer belongs to that very small minority of individuals in the Western noncommunist nations who believe that the general idea of socialism should not necessarily be discarded on grounds of the disappointing performance of communistic socialism as practiced in the Soviet Union, Red China and elsewhere in the world throughout much of the twentieth century.
(There were those who thought it moved with infinite speed.) In 1675, however, a Danish astronomer, Olaus Roemer (1644-1710), was carefully observing the motions of Jupiter's satellites from the Paris Observatory, including the time when they passed behind Jupiter and were eclipsed.
In the landmark Roemer decision, the Ninth Circuit addressed the applicability of Sec.
Roemer began his scientific quest by culling hospital obstetric records on white, middle-class infants born at a local hospital between 1952 and 1954.
In Roemer,(3) the Tax Court continued to view defamation awards in this manner.
By this he means readers who have internalized the viewpoint of neoclassical economics, for which Roemer himself is an enthusiastic drummer.
This fashionably attired rebel mob commanded a fleet of B.M.W.s and Volvos with their battle cry emblazoned on every bumper: "Buddy Roemer for Governor: A Revolution for Louisiana." Insurgent opposition to the populist ancien regime of Governor Edwin Edwards had produced a new rebel elite--investment bankers, oil executives and yuppies.