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dome

(dōm),
Structure rising to a hemispheric center.
[Fr., fr. L. domus, house]

dome

(dōm) [L domus, house]
A semicircular or balloon-shaped weakness in the wall of an aneurysm.
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To define the aggregate quantity index of primary inputs used in the Domar decomposition [I.
Domar found that 52 pc of the women participating in the mind/body program for Infertility became pregnant compared with 20 pc of the control group participants, a statistically significant difference.
Domar, "some aspect of the interventions affected participants' fertility"--a factor that should be taken into consideration in the treatment of infertile couples, she said.
These are the usual Domar weights that take account of the input-output relationships among industries.
Bien podria referiros la accion heroica de un San Francisco, que se revolcaba desnudo entre la nieve y el hielo para apagar por este medio los incendios molestos de la carne; tambien podria contaros el valor de un San Benito, quien sintiendose combatido de la concupi-scencia, se arrojo por las espinas y abrojos hasta salir lastimado y todo ensangrentado, para domar de este modo los impulsos de una naturaleza excesivamente inclinada a los inmundos placers.
IN trials by Harvard psychologist Alice Domar, women who'd had trouble conceiving were twice as likely to become pregnant if they used mind-body techniques that reduce stress and tackle negative thinking than women who didn't.
Of course we acknowledge they are not the same people now that they were," Domar said.
In the words of Domar (1961), value added is "shoes lacking leather, made without power.
Domar has demonstrated during the 17 years she and her colleagues have offered a program combining mind/body and cognitive-behavioral techniques to women with infertility.
We lack a measure of services industries output that excludes intraindustry transactions, so we do not use Domar weights in Tables 1 and 2.
The correct aggregation would use gross output rather than value added weights (see Domar, 1961) and so the calculations above should only be seen as illustrative of the importance of industries comparing across the two countries.