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Moschus

(mŏs`kəs), fl. c.150 B.C., Greek bucolic poet of the school of Theocritus. He is called a Syracusan and lived in Alexandria. Among his few extant pieces is an idyl on Europa. Although Lament for Bion, a beautiful dirge has traditionally been ascribed to Moschus, it is probably of later date.
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Moschos said that there were no women for whom blind biopsy of the endometrium would still be an appropriate first step.
Moschos, "The Information Content of the Yield Curve in Australia," Journal of Macroeconomics, 17:1, 1995, 93-109.
Karfakis, Costas, and Demertrios Moschos, 1989 "Testing for Long Run Purchasing Power Parity: A Time Series Analysis for the Greek Drachmas," Economic Letters, 30 (December), pp.
Bedrossian, Arakel and Demetrios Moschos, "Industrial Structure, Concentration and the Speed of Price Adjustment.
Moschos, the Worcester lawyer for the memorial group, did not respond to a voicemail left Wednesday seeking an interview.
Tolstov YL, Pastrana DV, Feng H, Becker JC, Jenkins FJ, Moschos S, et al.
Most notably, at the end of November 2009, the office of Moschos Makis Voitsidis, President of the Journalists' Union of Macedonia-Thrace Daily Newspapers (ESIEM-Th), was attacked with an explosive device, and a similar explosive device was found in front of the home of Panayoitis Nestoridis, former Vice President of the same organisation and current Vice President of the Journalists' Health Fund (EDOEAP).
Studies were also conducted to consider the differential impacts of exports on economic growth depending on the level of economic/industrial development of the country-critical-minimum effort hypothesis [Kohli and Singh (1989) and Moschos (1989)].
Faced with this problem, researchers generally choose a dynamic production function that uses percentage growth rates of model variables (see Alexander, 1994; Khan and Reinhart, 1990; Aschauer, 1989; Moschos, 1989; Ram, 1986, 1987; Sheehy, 1990; Tyler, 1981; Upkolo, 1994).
In contrast to this conclusion, Karfakis and Moschos [1990] and MacDonald and Taylor [1991] argue that non-German EMS members' policies are related closely to German policy changes, and that German policy actions do not respond to those taken by the central banks of other EMS countries.