Andesitic, tuffaceous sedimentary rocks flanking and above massive ore bodies locally contained abundant disseminated pyrite as well as anhydrite, barite and cherty
zones (Payne et al.
Hydroxylapatite in matted fibers constitutes the principal component of dirty gray, dense, cherty
looking crusts up to 1 cm thick separating yellow crandallite layers from the variscite cores.
In the short run, lost income is only partly offset by unemployment insurance (UI), making it difficult for some households to manage their financial obligations during spells of unemployment (Gruber, 1997; and Cherty
The surface of these plains is dotted by numerous mesas and buttes, which formed of early Eocene limestone with cherty
Empirical studies of cross-country differences in employment rates suggest that high unemployment benefit replacement rates tend to significantly reduce employment rates (Bassanini and Duval, 2006), while microeconometric evidence for other countries suggests that labour supply is very sensitive to high participation tax rates (Blau and Kahn, 2007; Blundell and Macurdy, 1999; Cherty
, 2009; Eissa and Hoynes, 2006; Gruber and Saez, 2002; Immervoll et al.
The bedrock of FODO is of upper Mississippian age composed of various slowly soluble cherty
limestones (United States Department of Agriculture, 1953).
Program Directors Raj Cherty
, University of California, Berkeley, and Amy Finkelstein, MIT, organized the meeting.
5 million bf of kiln-dried lumber in 13 different species: alder, basswood, beech, birch, cherty
, hard maple, hickory, poplar, red oak, soft maple, walnut, white ash and white oak.
Figure 1 presents the number of dividend initiations by quarter for the constant number of firms sample that Cherty
and Saez (2005) use to document that a surge in dividend initiations occurred in the third quarter of 2003, immediately following the tax reduction.
deals don't have to be (minimum guarantee deals), they can be P&A deals; and we can use all the variants on the independent finance model -presales, gap, mezzanine and equity," Cherty
18) See, eg, R v Cherty
(1803) 2 East PC 556; R v Bloxham (1944) 29 Cr App R 37; R v Davies  VR 27, 29 (Gowans J for Winneke CJ, Gowans and Newton JJ).
The borings cut invariably across cherty
and tuffaceous rocks.