Makeham

Make·ham

(māk'ăm),
William Matthew, 19th-century English actuary. See: Makeham hypothesis.
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Posteriormente son de destacar las elaboradas por Gompertz (1825; 1860; 1862) y Makeham (1867; 1890).
Fraser Makeham, director of the Bowfield Hotel and Country Club, says Patsy has become part of the "fabric" of the building.
General manager Fraser Makeham said: "The club was in decline but over the past 40 years it's come full circle and we now have a six-month waiting period.
The classical force of mortality model can refer to de Moivre (1724), Gompertz (1825), Makeham (1860, 1867), Weibull (1951), Heligman and Pollard (1980), and Lee-Carter (1992).
Linkfresh, a Fresh food supply chain software expert has named Andy Makeham as its new CEO.
Marketing margin or price spread is a commonly used measure of the performance of a marketing system (Abbott and Makeham, 1990).
Insurance with survival coverage has been selected in this article, the so-called income insurance, and its application to two laws of survival, the Gompertz and Makeham laws.
Andy Makeham, CEO of K3, said: "I am delighted to have completed the acquisition of FDS.
In the long term, the deal will help K3 become a provider of end-to-end cloud delivered enterprise solutions to the mid-market, chief executive Andy Makeham said.
January 5, 1952: Weather damage to the tower of St Paul's Church, Huddersfield needed pounds 480 of repairs, the vicar, the Rev J P Makeham, said.
(3) Henry Makeham is in his final year of law and Asian Studies and recently did a stint at Peking University (oddly, the name the Chinese prefer in English).
Translated by JOHN MAKEHAM. The Classical Library of Chinese Literature and Thought.