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to·rose

, torous (tō'rōs, -rŭs),
Bulging; knobby.
[L. torosus, fleshy, fr. torus, a knot, bulge]

torose

(tôr′ōs′)
adj.
Cylindrical with alternate swellings and contractions: torose pod.

torose

[tôr′ōs]
Etymology: L, torosus, bulging
knoblike, knobby, or bulging.

to·rose

, torous (tō'rōs, -rŭs)
Bulging; knobby.
[L. torosus, fleshy, fr. torus, a knot, bulge]
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These things can work well on a superficial level with superficial conversations," Torous said.
Pela aproximacao de Bernoulli, de acordo com a Ball e Torous (1983), presume-se que, em cada instante de tempo um salto nas taxas de juros pode ou nao ocorrer, o que e razoavel em intervalos de tempo pequenos.
Torous, 1992, Prepayment, Default, and the Valuation of Mortgage Pass-Through Securities, Journal of Business, 65:221-239.
Torous, (2006), Contagion in the Presence of Stochastic Interdependence, Available at Social Science Research Network, http.
Poterba (2003); Meulbroek (2005); Brennan and Torous (1999).
Franks and Torous (1994) report that in their sample of firms filing for Chapter 11, a median 27 months was required to complete reorganization.
Torous (1991) The Effect of Volatility on the Level of Stock Prices and Subsequent Expected Returns.
The new antenna incorporates a novel and compact configuration composed of six feed horns and a shaped torous reflector.
However, neither model was very accurate in valuing the very high coupon pools, which are subject to the somewhat unpredictable effects of prepayment "burnout" (Schwartz & Torous, 1989).
See, for example, Hakim [1997, 1992] or Schwartz and Torous [1992].
However, empirical evidence in Franks and Torous (1989, 1994) and from other researchers indicates that the absolute-priority rule is often violated.
Combining their data, Weiss (1990) and Frank and Torous (1989) found absolute priority violations in 41 of 55 reorganizations.