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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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So the sum over industries of the Domar weights must be at least 1 (and is typically much greater, over 2, as we shall see).
Domar, The Case for Accelerated Depreciation, 67 Q.
1] which in turn is equal to the period 1 Domar augmentation factor, [v.
The Domar weight for productivity trends equals the nominal value of the subsector's output divided by the nominal value of aggregate output.
El arte de domar a la fiera: El 20 de noviembre de 1985 el grupo de mujeres bombero de Iztacalco desfilo publicamente por primera vez, encabezado por Isabel Zavala, quien una vez mas dio rienda suelta a su sentimentalismo: --Me senti tan querida que mientras ibamos marchando y la gente nos aplaudia se me salian las lagrimas.
But, by the time Lewis wrote, population had come to be regarded as an exogenous variable; it was treated so in the Harrod (1939); Domar (1946) model, which, as we have noted, influenced both development theory and practice.
Giorgio Agamben, de quien ya me he ocupado en estas paginas, encontro en Auschwitz la expresion mas extrema del intento del Estado por domar la condicion humana.
Letizia ha cumplido a la perfeccion con sus compromisos, pero nadie ha conseguido domar ni doblegar su personalidad.
The growth rate of aggregate productivity includes a weighted average of industry productivity growth rates, using an ingenious weighting scheme originated by Domar (1961).
Domar, incidentally, seems to be something of a black hole--or perhaps another unexploited opportunity--in the history of economic thought.