Francesco, Italian anatomist, 1839-1918. See: Todaro tendon.
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Ferrante, with us this year," said Tony Todaro, the conference organizer and President/Co-Founder of the Greater Los Angeles Writers Society (GLAWS).
Harris and Michael Todaro in the 1970s demonstrates that although rural dwellers migrate to urban areas looking for formal sector jobs, which often pay higher, the sector only hires a small portion of migrants, while the rest goes to the informal sector absorbing non-skilled and zero-skilled labor.
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Gillis and Orry Michael represented the seller, Vince Todaro, a private investor; and procured the buyer, Jeff Huang, also a private investor.
Todaro and Smith (2007), found that women and children, in rural areas, are more likely to be living in poverty than men.
The American development economist Michael Todaro enumerated the targets of development inclusive of raising standards of living founded on a wider social, political and economic systems and institutions that promote human dignity and in an ever-widening exercise of freedom.
YAP'S views mirror that of economist Michael Todaro's.
From the teamwork of national leaders who drafted the Todaro Initiative (see article by Dorcas Hand) to program collaboration as described in Smith's summer reading program, to the content collaboration Akingbola describes for improving what is taught about Africa, to Copeland and Jacob's more traditional but powerful collaboration of the classroom teacher and teacher librarian.
Todaro, president of the American Library Association (ALA), declared in the March/April 2017 issue of American Libraries: "We are shocked and dismayed by recent executive orders and other actions by the new administration, which stand in stark contrast to the core values of ALA.