DEPR

AcronymDefinition
DEPRDepression
DEPRDepreciation
DEPRDivision of Epidemiology and Prevention Research
DEPRDivision of Emergency Preparedness and Response (CDC)
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In term of the relationship strength, strong correlation linkages of over 60 percent with PGDP are detected running from CONR CPW, DEPR OAGES, INV and URB, orderly.
Las diez (10) escuelas participantes fueron seleccionadas utilizando las listas oficiales del (DEPR) y aplicando una tabla de numeros aleatorios.
(% higher) 35.7/44.3 39.4/50.2 Back Pain (% yes) 33.1/37.3 35.4/41.4 Other Pain (% yes) 33.2/37.3 35.0/38.7 Depr. Symp.
On the dorsal and ventral sides both had one pair of protuberant external lobe processes (depr, depl, vepr, and vepl) (K3 (0)).
Tales como, el Programa de Educacion de Adultos, la Unidad de Examenes, Diplomas y Certificaciones (UEDC) del DEPR, el Proyecto CASAS y el programa Jovenes de Puerto Rico en Riesgo, Inc.
with 7/L = GDP per unit of labor force, Depr = (n + g + [delta]) as defined in Mankiw et al.
Determinants of Primary Yield Spreads of States in India: An Economteric Analysis, WPS (DEPR):10/2011, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai.
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Accruals = ([DELTA]CUAS - [DELTA]CASH) - ([DELTA]CULI - [DELTA]LOAN - [DELTA]TAXA) - DEPR
Table 2: Control Variables and Related Hypotheses of Trade Credit Use Expected Expected Signal Signal Variables (Equation 1) (Equation 2) Reference CURR + Transaction Use (Schwartz, 1974) INCOME + Transaction Use (Schwartz, 1974) AGE + Firm Transparency (Berger & Udell, 1998); Pecking Order (Myers, 1984) GROWTH + + Transaction Use (Schwartz, 1974) PROFIT - Pecking Order (Myers, 1984) OWNER + + Financing Patterns (Holmes & Zimmer, 1994) SIZE - + Firm Transparency (Berger & Udell, 1998) DEPR - Collateral Theory (Boot et al, 1991) DLEASE + Asymmetric Information (Akerlof, 1970); Signaling (Spence, 1973) DSTOCK + Asymmetric Information (Akerlof, 1970); Signaling (Spence, 1973) BAR, Curitiba, v.
with INCBD being income from operations; INTEXP interest expenses; [DELTA]LTASS book-value of long-term assets disposed; DEPR depreciation; TASS the average total asset of the period considered.