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Jevons

William Stanley. 1835--82, English economist and logician: introduced the concept of final or marginal utility in The Theory of Political Economy (1871)
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Moving forward, Jevons Property Management will be known as MYND Property Management.
His solicitor Richard Thomas told Chester Magistrates court yesterday that Mr Jevons had let the packets build up in a garage on Mainwaring Drive in Saltney because juggling college work with his job with Royal Mail became "too much" for him.
Ormson pushed a long-range shot from Stephen Morley onto the post but 17 minutes from time Kyle Jacobs found Jevons and he fired past Tony Breedon.
It is more than 10 years since Jevons' 35-yard exocet stunned the Kop, left Reds debutant Chris Kirkland helpless, and secured Lennie Lawrence's side perhaps the most famous victory in the club's history.
The hosts' search for an equaliser was helped with 15 minutes remaining when goalscorer Jevons was dismissed for pushing Anthony Grant in the face.
Harry Pell then turned a Jevons cross onto the post and away for a corner.
Swinglehurst and Jevons tussled, and the assistant referee signalled for a spotkick.
Stanley Jevons is based on the bibliography published as Inoue and White (1993).
Daggers' keeper Tony Roberts conceded the penalty for Jevons to blast home his fifth in nine games.
The Jevons paradox applies to more than coal or food, and those working to stretch resources, including managers, academics and policy makers, may find much to ponder here.
Jevons slotted home after a defensive howler from Jerel Ifil left the ball at the feet of the 28-year-old who made no mistake.