spalt


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spalt

(spɔːlt)
n
obsolete a silly person
adj
dialect (of wood) brittle
vb
to split or splinter
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Spalt, 2011, "Religious Beliefs, Gambling Attitudes, and Financial Market Outcomes f Journal of Financial Economics 102, 671-708.
In theory, there should be no discrimination at all in financial markets, so the fact that a "foreign sounding name triggers negative sentiments is disturbing," Spalt said, "particularly because we find no performance differences between investment products.
Transcription factors like Spalt play an important role for the correct transcription of the genetic information into RNA and proteins necessary in the respective cell type.
und nur noch oben der Spalt in der Holzgalerie hell blieb und den irrenden Blick ein wenig festhielt, da schien es K.
The festival will also feature three other Wentworth real ales, Needles Eye, Bumble Beer and Rock Spalt.
Munich, Harrington, and deep-roasted Carafa malts create the item's distinctive layers of flavor, while hand-selected Noble hops from the Spalt region of Bavaria impart a crisp finish.
Insight into existence brings with it such suffering that the speaker searches for "einen Spalt des Inferno.
You know, this isn't going to end racism," said Alderman Allen Spalt, who proposed the idea to his colleagues.
For example, in the SPALT, T4 is bound by a protein conjugate to a solid phase.
Materialtransport und Druckverteilung im Spalt der Gutbett-Walzenmuhle.
Hood, US Tettnang, and US Spalt wheat hops and 2 Row Pale Barley.
Religion, as a common measure of culture, is particularly useful in shedding additional light on some phenomena related to investor behavior and corporate decisions (Stulz and Williamson, 2003; Kumar, Page, and Spalt, 2011; Pantzalis and Ucar, 2014).