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Edlin

An archaic text editor that came with DOS and allowed only one line to be edited at a time. It was replaced with Edit, a full-screen editor as of DOS 5. See Edit and line editor.
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In addition, Edlin is a member of the board of governors of Hackensack University Medical Center, where he serves on the finance committee; a trustee of The Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, where he serves as treasurer and chairs the development and finance committees as well as a fellow of the Litigation Council of America and a trustee of New Jersey SEEDS.
On the other hand, as Edlin has pointed out, the threat of liability for this type of predatory pricing after entry might induce the incumbent to price lower prior to any threat of entry.
To put the brakes on this trend, Ayres and Edlin, admitted 1- percenters themselves, propose a tax on income exceeding the 36-to-1 ratio.
There is a large literature on utility models for voting; see, for example, Ferejohn and Fiorina (1974) and, for our own view, Edlin, Gelman, and Kaplan (2007).
Though the practice of constitutional judicial review has always been controversial, Douglas Edlin boldly asserts an even more extensive judicial power.
Sybarite5 I Karen Berman, Harriet Ferman, Harriet Levinson, Florence Levitt, Mimi Edlin 2 Sybarite 5 members Sami Merdinian, Angela Pickett, Sarah Whitney, Louis Levitt, Laura Metcalf
Dr Wang, Dr Edlin, Dr Smith, and Dr Chow have no real or apparent conflicts of interest to report.
4) In 1722, Chetwood and Edlin publish Moll Flanders.
In the book, The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Trees by Herbert Edlin and Maurice Nimmo, rubber trees are described as "a native of the Amazon forests in the Brazilian states of Para and Amazonas.
The teacher is 'Mr Salsa', also known as Edlin, and not only is he an amazing dancer, he is also incredibly loud and funny and ensures that everyone is having a fantastic night.
The airline said that Mako, an Australian shepherd, and Nemo, a Jack Russell terrier, flew on Midwest Airlines from Fort Lauderdale to New York with their trainer, Lourdes Edlin.
Edlin, the chair of the State Bar of Georgia's Family Law Section was quoted as saying the threat of a jury trial "is the most wonderful tool for lawyers and parties to have in their bag of tricks.