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shive

(ʃaɪv)
n
1. (Brewing) a flat cork or bung for wide-mouthed bottles
2. an archaic word for slice
[C13: from Middle Dutch or Middle Low German schīve; see sheave1]

Shive, Shove

 fragments or splinters, collectively; a cluster of splinters of raw fibres in papermaking, 1483.
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For instance, Da and Shive (2016) investigate ETF activity and the correlations of the underlying assets.
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ABBOTTABAD -- Peshawar High Court (PHC) Abbottabad bench comprising Justice Ateeq Hussain Shah Monday permitted Hindus to worship in Shive Jee temple Abbottabad.
Alem disso, em contraponto a irracionalidade do home bias, o vies da familiaridade faz com que os individuos prefiram apostar num contexto em que se sentem mais bem informados, ou competentes, ajudando assim a explicar o porque dos investidores estarem dispostos a renunciar a vantagem de diversificacao e se concentrar em um numero pequeno de empresas com as quais estariam presumivelmente familiarizados (Morse and Shive, 2011, Heath and Tversky, 1991).
3 ( ANI ): Reigning Commonwealth Games champion in men's discus throw, Vikas Shive Gowda who will be participating in his fourth Olympic Games in Rio in August, will be competing in fewer run-up competitions to the 2016 Games, compared to the past.
Shive began his career in IT, supporting PCs and the many office peripherals.
The in-form South African Victor Hogan and India's Vikas Shive Gowda topped the qualification group with throws over 64.
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Russell-Lodrigue KE, Andoh M, Poels MW, Shive HR, Weeks BR, Zhang GQ, et al.