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(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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(8) As the costs of inputs is not equal to the value of output when the exogenous rate of return is used to estimate the user cost of capital, modified Domar weights or cost weights are used for the aggregation for Canada (Gu, 2018).
Domar's condition of sustainability is that the growth rate of income should be greater than the growth rate of interest payments and the growth rate of outstanding liabilities too should not be very high and should be less than growth rate of interest payments.
Alice Domar, women who had been diagnosed with infertility were compared with a group of women who had a terminal illness.
Es entonces necesario releer a las mujeres poderosas de la novela como partes de una economia que, si bien existe solo temporalmente y acaba siendo relevada por la economia politica general dominada por los hombres, es la figura (en tanto hecho que solo se comprendera cuando lo complete un hecho ulterior) de lo que el melodrama intenta domar infructuosamente.
Domar and Musgrave argued that, in a partial equilibrium setting, (114) where full loss offsets are available from the government (i.e., the government is your "partner" in the investment and dampens your losses through the tax code), a taxpayer may avoid a tax on the risk premium by rebalancing a portfolio of assets into riskier investments.
To study the effects of the mind/body therapies on IVF pregnancy outcomes, Domar's team conducted a comparison test on women aged 40 years or below with normal hormonal levels.
Siguiendo de cerca el pensamiento de san Agustin en La ciudad de Dios (XIV, 2-3), Hadjadj rechaza con insistencia una concepcion gnostica de la redencion, que a su vez llevaria consigo una concepcion reduccionista del pecado, desde la que se atribuiria a la carne todos los desordenes de la vida humana: <<Quien hace a la carne responsable de todos los desordenes <<justifica al demonio>>: ese estima que domar sus deseos carnales seria suficiente para hacerse bueno y olvida, por tanto, el mayor desorden, que es el orgullo.
A consequence of this is that infertile couples remain as the most neglected and silent majority in the world (Domar and Seibel, 1990).
(17) The Solow approach was extended to the study of industries by Evsey Domar, (18) Ernst Berndt and David Wood, (19) and Jorgenson, Frank Gollop, and Barbara Fraumeni.