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Hal·dane

(hawl'dān),
John B.S., English biochemist and geneticist, 1892-1964. See: Haldane relationship.

Hal·dane

(hawl'dān),
John S., Scottish physiologist at Oxford, 1860-1936. See: Haldane apparatus, Haldane effect, Haldane transformation, Haldane tube, Haldane-Priestley sample.
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It is not the first time Mr Haldane has suggested cutting the Bank's base rate.
Year 12 student, Lewis Devlin said: "Mr Haldane gave a really inspirational speech, and made me think much more about the importance of economics in this country.
Andrew Haldane, Chief |Economist at the Bank of England
Grant Thornton's business development team in Birmingham, from left, David White, Nicola Haldane, Mary |McLaughlin and Ben Eason
Born and bred in the borders, Haldane served his apprenticeship with Stewart Wight and then moved on to Ken Oliver.
Despite criticism that the Occupy protests was too vague in what they were actually trying to achieve, Haldane said their voice had been "loud and persuasive" and played a key role in the "fledgling financial reformation".
In plainer and rather more picturesque language, Haldane said, "To ask today's regulators to save us from tomorrow's crisis using yesterday's toolbox is to ask a border collie to catch a Frisbee by first applying Newton's law of gravity.
Au regard de cette norme, la biographie intellectuelle de Richard Burdon Haldane par Frederick Vaughan ne fait pas bonne figure.
but it's more strongly stated here in Alberta," said Haldane.
Haldane lists several examples: the hypostatic union of Christ's human and divine natures as a doorway to the mind-body problem, religious doctrines relating objective goodness and the divine will as a way of reflecting on the Euthyphro dilemma, and the contribution of religion to unveiling the tenuousness of complete neutrality when trying to determine what is just in the face of competing conceptions of the good.
I think most Canadians have no idea," Scott Haldane told Canadian Press, as the panel finished meetings in British Columbia.
Port Vale striker Lewis Haldane suffered a broken leg after falling awkwardly midway through the second half.