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EXPExpert
EXPExpense
EXPExpected
EXPExport
EXPExperiment
EXPExposure
EXPExpansion
EXPExpiration
EXPExperience (mathematics)
EXPExplosive
EXPExperience Points (role playing games)
EXPExpire
EXPExponential
EXPExponent
EXPExpressway
EXPExpansion Pack (games)
EXPExplosion Proof
EXPExpendable
EXPExpectation Value
EXPExecution Points (gaming)
EXPExpression
EXPExport File
EXPExecutable Program
EXPExpress File
EXPExperimental
EXPExpress Purchase
EXPExplorers Program Office (US NASA)
EXPExplorer Mission
EXPExecutive Platinum (American Airlines frequent flyer program)
EXPEqual Erasure Protection
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Bentley EXP 100 GT is borne from pure Bentley DNA and inspired by the company's deep understanding of the desires of its intelligent, forward-thinking customers.
The Real Estate Cloud Brokerage, eXp Realty, launched the ICON Agent Award in 2015 as an incentive for top agents.
Available on Apple devices, Bentley 100 AR uses a printable QR code to provide an augmented reality experience of the EXP 100 GT, the concept car created to reimagine the future of grand touring.
*EUR[TBD] million Class A1c notes: 'AAA(EXP)sf'; Outlook Stable;
Jef Jakalski, Vice President for EXP's, Buildings group, led EXP to this accomplishment stated, "EXP has been committed to the growth and success of the City of Chicago and its infrastructure since our inception.
The acquisition will allow eXp Realty to continue to accelerate its business in a sustainable and innovative way.
The surfactant modified Exp VPS (Exp-III, IV and V) showed significantly lower consistency values than their controls (Exp-I and II) and all commercial products.
* Clear Men Shampoo Cool Sport Mint 381ml, Consumer Unit UPC 79400 23326, Expiry Date: EXP MA16; and
Biery likes the social aspect of working in an office and she was afraid she would miss it when starting with eXp. So far, that's not the case, she said.
[b.sub.kT+1+1] = [b.sub.kT+1] exp (-d), [b.sub.kT+0] = (1 - [p.sub.2]) [b.sub.kT] + [mu], l = 0, 1,2,..., T - 1, [b.sub.0+0] = [a.sub.0], k = 0,1,2,....
u ([eta]) = [[SIGMA].sup.d.sub.n-c][a.sub.n] exp [n[eta]]/[[SIGMA].sup.q.sub.m- p][b.sub.m] exp [m[eta]], (12)
GMM regressions: economic growth and productivity-budget share ratios by functional classification, 1940-2010 Dependent variable: Four-year forward moving average of GDP per capita (logs) Instrument list: Intercept, trade/gdp(-1), ([beta].sub.ge]/ [[phi].sub.gdp](-1), [[beta].sub.edu]/[[phi].sub.ge](-1), [[beta].sub.def]/[[phi].sub.ge](-1), [[beta].sub.health]/ [[phi].sub.ge](-1), [[beta].sub.infra]/[[phi].sub.ge](-1) (1) (2) (3) Intercept 5.4194 ** 8.2225 ** 4.9638 ** (18.32) (9.31) (11.15) Trade Openness (trade/gdp) -1.1121 ** -1.8475 ** -1.2624 ** (-2.72) (-6.31) (-3.16) Productivity Gov Exp on Share 0.3938 ** 0.4060 ** 0.4362 ** of Gov Exp in GDP ([[beta].