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Salantai

 

a city in Kretinga Raion, Lithuanian SSR. Salan-tai is situated on the Salanta River (Neman River basin), 12 km from the Kartena railroad station on the Kretinga-Ŝiauliai line. It has a shop of the Kretinga Butter Factory.

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Salant adds, "As broadcasters transfer thousandsof hours of tape to compressed, digital hard-disk storage, they look for ingest tools like Actus' that can handle more than one type of recording workflow.
They did so, as later chronicled by Salant, Friendly, and Corydon Dunham of NBC, under unrelenting pressure from White House staffers and supporters of the Nixon White House during battles over Vietnam, the Pentagon papers, and Watergate.
First, our structure more closely follows the original one in Salant, Switzer, and Reynolds's study in that we examined the minimum size of the simultaneous coalition required for a merger of equals to be profitable.
The layout is, to a certain extent, consistent with Dillman's Total Design Method (Dillman, 1978; Salant and Dillman, 1994), and can be used to show how to use his method, if desired.
1980); (b) received stickers and points for on-task behaviors and accuracy of SM (Edwards, Salant, Howard, Brougher, & McLaughlin, 1995); (c) exchanged poker chips (used to self-monitor) for reinforcers (Horn et al.
In fact, with freely variable capacity and constant returns to scale, their model is identical to that of Salant et al.
Steve Rodriguez, Tony Salant, Robert Schwab, Maria Simms
Three waves of surveys were mailed preceded by a postcard notification prepared according to Salant and Dillman (1994).
However, "most of these restrictions have been struck down by the courts as violations of the Interstate Commerce Clause of the United States' Constitution" [Ley, Macauley, and Salant, 2002, p.
In light of such activity and work on two-stage models such as Newberry [1990], Meister [1992], and Salant and Shaffer [1998; 1999], it seems imperative to examine how such quotas are met by constrained firms: not only at the firm level, but also by product classification.
According to Jeffrey, Salant, and Boroshok (1989, 127), a charter is a document that is framed and approved locally and serves as the county's "little constitution," thereby formalizing the spirit of home rule.
He was dedicated to the public good, and dedicated to the subject of Economics, " Salant recalled, "not as an intellectual game nor as a means of scoring points over colleagues, as is the case with so many in the academic world, but as one means of achieving the public good.