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multiplier

second tier in the conventional structure of breed organizations; takes males and females from the nucleus herds and flocks and produces mostly males to supply commercial herds.

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Q. can one be allergic to multiply things and react the same?

A. if you are allergic to something that means you have a tendency to develop allergies. Your body can decide to react in the same way to other things too. It can also manifest in other way- depends on the allergen. If it's airborne, could get to bronchi and cause asthma, or to the nasal cavity and cause sneezing and mucus. Or if can cause irritation by touch. Any way, the answer is yes:)

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For 8x8 multiplier the SPICE code simulation was performed by creating Macros of Full adders as modules and AND Gates as one module, by using them the multiplier was encoded as a hierarchical design.
As the later variable (consumption) is the largest component of aggregate demand, its response is the crucial determinant about the size and sign of government spending multiplier.
The purpose of this study was to adjust the coefficients of the multiplier method to more accurately predict the length of the limb at maturity based on the lower limb length of Chinese children with osteosarcoma.
Our results suggest that the government spending multiplier is higher in CBSAs (cities) with higher pre-recession consumer debt (figure 1).
The data hereafter is based upon the value of the share's price as per the closing prices of the Sunday 3 April session and the profit multiplier of shares in 2015.
Recent multiplier estimates in models with such consumers are as much as 50% higher than estimates generated using standard DSGE models.
Indeed, the magnitude of fiscal multipliers is at the core of debates about whether governments should try to stimulate their economies during a recession.
What would transpire at a school if the principal learned to lead like a multiplier and found a way to give teachers, parents, and students greater ownership for the success of the school?
One may wonder, however, why the upstream chemicals production has such a large multiplier.
Clearly the researchers attempting to determine the value of the multiplier accept the concept of a multiplier; in fact, most economists do.
The price equates to $79,250 per unit, a gross rent multiplier of 7.
The site goes on to explain, “Through a relatively simple arrangement of gears, a torque multiplier is needed when a prescribed amount of torque must be applied to threaded fasteners having a diameter of one inch or more, and/or when fasteners must be accurately tightened in a workspace which precludes the use of a torque wrench with a long arm length.