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Rau

(RaviusRaw) (row),
Johann J., Dutch anatomist, 1668-1719. See: Rau process, processus ravii.
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Os modelos arquitetonicos mais encontrados para uma Floresta Estacional Subtropical foram os de Rauh, Troll, Scarrone, Roux e Massart; A complexidade arquitetural, refletida pelo elevado numero de modelos descritos, se deve ao desenvolvimento do dossel no remanescente estudado; A riqueza de modelos arquitetonicos de especies arboreas em Florestas Estacionais e menor que da Floresta Pluvial; Este trabalho teve um carater pioneiro e exploratorio e deve fornecer um marco para novos estudos sobre arquitetura de plantas na regiao subtropical do Brasil.
Citing standard financial theory, Novy-Marx and Rauh argue that pension obligations should be discounted at a rate that reflects their risk, and "in the case of state pension funds, the 'risk' is the level of certainty as to whether certain payments will need to be made." That is, since there is a 100 percent certainty that pension benefits will need to be paid out, pension funds should be invested in financial instruments whose returns are just as certain.
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Now, Joe Rauh, who was the UAW's chief attorney and also was president of Americans for Democratic Action, and also was co-chairman of--what's that coalition called?
August 6, 1964, Rauh had assured the gathering that "chances for
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To celebrate the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts' tenth anniversary in its Tadao Ando designed building, the institution decided to showcase the world-class reserve of work collected by its founders, Emily Rauh Pulitzer and her late husband, Joseph R.
"It all comes down to the accounting." That is the opinion of many insiders regarding public pensions in America, but few state it more clearly and compassionately than a man 1700 miles from San Bernardino: Joshua Rauh, associate professor of finance at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University.