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diether

[dī′ē·thər]
(organic chemistry)
A molecule that has two oxygen atoms with ether bonds.
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Following Diether, Lee, and Werner (2009) we define SR as the daily number of shares sold short for a stock divided by the total number of shares traded in the stock during the same day.
On Mennonites and Jews in the Third Reich, see Helmut Foth, "Juden, Taufer, Mennoniten: Ein Uberblick uber ihre 500 Jahre wahrende Beziehungsgeschichte," Mennonitischer Geschichtsbldtter 70 (2013), 23-54; Diether Gotz Lichdi, "Minderheiten, die sich lange fremd bleiben: Mennoniten und Juden in der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus," in Freikirchen und Juden im "Dritten Reich," ed.
For an early review that addresses dm, see Jack Diether, "Richard HI: The Preservation of a Film," Quarterly of Film, Radio, and Television 11, no.
Also, according to a 2009 Review of Financial Studies paper by Karl Diether, Kuan-Hui Lee, and Ingrid Werner, short sellers increase liquidity as a counterparty For buyers when opening a position and as a counterparty for sellers when covering that position.
In the same logical framework are Diether, Malloy, Scherbina (2002) stating that wide differences in analyst opinion can source lower return.
Webb, Richard, Diether Beuermann y Carla Revilla (2006), La construccion del derecho de propiedad.
The song was such a success that Zaragoza was dubbed the "phenomenal diva" and the song was made into a film, with her starring alongside heartthrobs Diether Ocampo and Troy Montero.
See Diether Neubert, Risk Assessment and Preventive Hazard Minimization, in TOXICOLOGY 1153, 1162-63 (Hans Marquardt et al.
* Correspondence concerning this article should be directed to Diether Beuermann at beuermann@econ.umd.edu
A new chamigrane-type Bromo Diether from the Red Alga Laurencia nipponica Yamada.
(33) Karl Diether et al., It's SHO Time/Short-Sale Price-Tests and Market Quality, 64 J.
Paint and varnishes committee member and German Institute for Standardization Torsten Diether stressed the increasing value of global standards for coating sectors such as those in the Asia Pacific region that are becoming increasingly interdependent.