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marver

(ˈmɑːvə) ceramics
n
(Ceramics) a slab of polished iron or stone upon which molten glass is rolled during glass-blowing
vb (tr)
(Ceramics) to roll (glass) on a marver
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"It's not for the faint of heart." Dave Marver, CEO and co-founder of Vicis, previously served as CEO of Cardiac Science Corp., a maker of automatic external defibrillators.
Marver Bernstein of the Bookings Institution in his book, The Job of the Federal Executive, points out that the demanding nature of most of these jobs requires a high order of managerial skill.
Esta coherencia en el armado del catalogo esta relacionada, ademas de con un planeamiento deliberado, con una cuestion: si bien en los ultimos titulos publicados por la editorial se incorporan otros traductores--Matias Moscardi, Tom Marver y Gabriel Matelo, quienes tambien traducen del ingles--, la mayor parte de las versiones estan firmadas por Eric Schierloh; la coherencia se vincula, por lo tanto, con un sistema personal de lecturas.
Browd has teamed up with Per Reinhall, PhD, the chair of the University of Washington's Department of Mechanical Engineering, and Dave Marver, MBA, a medical technology entrepreneur, to form Vicis, a company focused on building a better football helmet.
Marver Professor at the Goldman School of Public Policy (UC Berkeley) and author of Improbable Scholars: The Rebirth of a Great American School System and a Strategy for America's Schools.
[delta]-Aminolevulic acid synthetase (ALA-S) activity was measured following the method of Marver et al.
Marver Bernstein's Captive Agency Theory After Fifty Years, 17
(56.) Marques de Ensenada a Andres Marver y Vera, Madrid 12-9-1750, AFB, Judicial, Corregidor/ Civil, 694/23.
"Cardiac Science is a proud sponsor of the campaign, working with more than a dozen national, regional and local organizations in an effort to reduce deaths from SCA at sporting venues in Victoria," said Dave Marver, Cardiac Science president and chief executive officer.
* Regulating Business by Independent Commissions, by Marver H.
One common approach to thinking about bureaucracies and regulatory policy is through "capture theory." Pioneered by political scientists such as Marver Bernstein and economists such as the Nobel laureate George Stigler, capture theory argues that regulatory agencies and policies often end up benefiting most those who are being regulated.