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diether

[dī′ē·thər]
(organic chemistry)
A molecule that has two oxygen atoms with ether bonds.
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For Nasdaq-listed securities, Diether, Lee, and Werner (2009) find that short volume makes up about 32% of volume, while Nasdaq reports only 3% in monthly short interest.
Diether, Lee, and Werner found that the typical short seller is a contrarian who increases trading following positive returns and decreases selling Following negative returns.
1939) continues to demonstrate what Diether Haenicke has described as a mastery "of extremely precise observation that focuses its attention on small, isolated details which have the ability to mirror a comprehensive whole" (see WLT 64:4, p.
We are primarily a laser job shop, but over the last year we began to see opportunities to better serve our customers by offering additional services," says Diether Remeikis, sales manager.
Relationship between Attachment Style, Parental Bonding and Alexithymia in Adults with Somatoform Disorders Francisco Pedrosa Gil, MD, Carl Eduard Scheidt, MD, Diether Hoeger, Ph.
Diether, Lee, and Werner (2009) document higher short selling in stocks priced at or above $5, as compared with those priced below $5, due to the higher collateral costs associated with stocks priced below $5.
The material has been adapted by screenwriter Anton Diether whose credits include the Emmy Nominated "Moby Dick" miniseries.
Paint and varnishes committee member and German Institute for Standardization Torsten Diether wrote that ISO 12944 standards on the corrosion protection of steel structures give the "contracting parties a secure basis for planning, defining specifications and supervision of work for corrosion protection by coating systems.
Diether, Lee, and Werner test whether short-sellers in Nasdaq-listed stocks are able to predict future returns based on new SEC-mandated data for the first quarter of 2005.
Harald Schennach, [1] Christian Murr, [2] Elmar Gachter, [1] Peter Mayersbach, [1] Diether Schonitzer, [1] and Dietmar Fuchs [2] * ([1] Central Institute for Blood Transfusion, University Clinic Innsbruck, Anichstrasse 35, A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria; [2] Institute of Medical Chemistry and Biochemistry, Leopold-Franzens University, and Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for AIDS Research, Fritz Pregl Strasse 3, A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria; * author for correspondence)
Otto Franke's son Wolfgang, focusing in 1940 on "The Younger Generation of German Sinologists," also mentions Eberhard, Balazs, Walter Simon (1893-1981; emigrated 1936), Wilhelm (then in Peking), Diether von den Steinen (1903-54; in China since 1927), Gustav Ecke (1896-1971; in China since 1923), as well as Haloun and Lessing of the older generation.
The suggestion in "A Personal History of Mahler's Tenth" by the late Jack Diether seems correct, then, that when Alma learned that performances of the Tenth had been arranged without her express permission, she took offense more for reasons of pride than for having any qualms about the sanctity of the work in its unfinished state (pp.