Abadie


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A·ba·die

(ah-bah'dē),
Joseph Louis Irénée Jean, French neurosurgeon, 1873-1946. See: Abadie sign of tabes dorsalis.
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Duane Abadie, president of First Bank and Trust, said the bank is a true supporter in homeownership and building stable communities.
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INN shamefully ruined peoples' day by not allowing them to commute to work, only to protest about a free trip to Israel that no one forced them to participate in," said David Abadie, RoD's New York representative.
Further details about the algorithm of the Synthetic Control Method can be found in Abadie et al.
SCM, on the other hand, is devised to address precisely these kinds of situations, and the method naturally renders itself to permutations or randomization tests for inference (Bertrand et al., 2004; Abadie, Diamond and Hainmueller, 2010; Buchmueller et al., 2011; Bohn et al., 2014).
Maximilien Abadie, Chief Strategy Officer, becomes a member of the Executive Committee, with the mission to support the implementation of the Lectra 4.0 strategy within the group's teams and prepare the 2020-2022 strategic roadmap.
Panasonic Europe's CEO Laurent Abadie said the decision followed fears about access to goods and labour.
Laurent Abadie, CEO of Panasonic Europe, told the Nikkei that the headquarters would move from outside London to Amsterdam in October.
This year's honorees are: Animal Care Scott Abadie Abadie Veterinary Hospital Catherine Wilbert Big Sky Ranch, C.A.T.N.I.P.
To overcome this methodological challenge, we employ a new statistical tool--the synthetic control method--developed by Abadie and Gardeazabal (2003) and Abadie, Diamond, and Hainmueller (2010, 2015).
Avi Abadie, a principal at AMS Acquisitions, said AMS Acquisitions plans to make a significant capital investment in the building, and = has hired the Cushman & Wakefield team of Matthew Lisk and Kevin McCarthy to assist with their leasing efforts.
El libro de Roberto Abadie versa sobre un grupo de personas, los "conejillos de Indias profesionales" (CIP), quienes brindan su cuerpo y su salud a las industrias farmaceuticas para experimentar el efecto de los medicamentos.