shright

shright

(ʃraɪt)
n
obsolete a shriek
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Thirty countries have data available on all four financial reporting quality measures (CIFAR, INFO, GOV, and AUDIT) and country-level control variables (CRIGHTS, SHRIGHT, SYNC, SOE, OWNERSHIP, CREDITD, and STKD).
In columns 1 and 3, the coefficient on the interaction including shareholder protection (SHRIGHTS) is significantly positive, indicating that shareholder protection is more useful for industries that depend on equity financing.
Cattle were seen that muttered human speech; Prodigious births with more and ugly joints Than nature gives, whose sight appals the mother; And dismal prophecies were spread abroad; And they whom fierce Bellona's fury moves To wound their arms, sing vengeance; Cybel's priests, Curling their bloody locks, howl dreadful things; Souls quiet and appeas'd sigh'd from their graves; Clashing of arms was heard; in untrod woods, Shrill voices shright, and ghosts encounter men.