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Carl (August) . 1865--1931, Danish composer. His works include six symphonies and the opera Masquerade (1906)
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Nielsen calls their defenses "a scattershot approach" in their effort to get the $1 million lawsuit dismissed, it says in court records obtained by RBR+TVBR.
For the purpose of assessing the state of research and performance of Carl Nielsen (1865-1931) on the 150th anniversary of his birth, this stark disjunction of the two halves of the Royal Library may serve as a visual metaphor.
Nielsen Mobile combines recently acquired Telephia, the leading provider of syndicated consumer research to the telecom and mobile media markets, with several existing Nielsen initiatives in the mobile market.
Networks use Nielsen ratings to decide what to charge advertisers, as well as when to air programs.
BET, whose ratings rose with the LPMs, supports Nielsen.
Brian Fuhrer, Nielsen Media Research's vice president, product line manager, said, "We need a huge amount of information ready to roll whenever our clients request it.
By employing this sort of open editorial approach, Nielsen gestures toward the broad range of critical possibilities generated by the project of "reading race in American poetry.
Nielsen concedes that its CNC router produces only solid foam models that can replicate the outer surface of a product.
Boron deficiency could help explain why Americans display among the highest rates of osteoporosis in the world, despite consuming large quantities of calcium-rich dairy products, Nielsen says.
Participants of the initiative are integrating Nielsen Online Campaign Ratings into their platforms and delivering the metrics directly to their clients.
O'Grady has been named CEO of Nielsen Catalina Solutions, which helps marketers, agencies and media companies define their audience based on consumer purchases, reach them with advertising, and measure the resulting sales.
I'm a very uninteresting person,'' Connie Nielsen says laughingly during a phone call from her home in New York.