FLAIM


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FLAIMFramework for Log Anonymization and Information Management (National Center for Supercomputing Applications; University of Illinois at Urbana, Champaign; Urbana, IL)
FLAIMFlexible and Adaptable Information Manager
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"The 11.2 is an improvement but Kern River is still disappointed that the ROE endorsed by the commission is below the 13.25% ROE granted in our original certificate in 2003 when our expansion project began serving customers," says Susan Flaim, a Kern River spokeswoman.
"The 11.2 percent is an improvement but Kern River is still disappointed that the ROE endorsed by the commission is below the 13.25 percent ROE granted in our original certificate in 2003 when our expansion project began serving customers," says Susan Flaim, a Kern River spokeswoman.
Siligardi M, Flaim G, Ziglio G, Monauni F, Cappelleti C (2000) L'esperienza di un corso sul confronto fra indice biologici europei (IBE, BBI, BMWP', RIVPACS).
By Denise Flaim More than a decade ago, Shell and Joanne Styles, who breed a much-mispronounced dog called the Bichon Frise, brought home their newborn daughter, Sammie.
210 Oakland, CA 94610 510-444-9050 Fax: 510-444-9049 E-mail: Glenda@ItalianFoods.com Web Site: www.ItalianFoods.com Contact: Glenda Flaim, Director of Customer Relations
Stein (1967), OECD (1968), Flaim (1973), Gastwirth (1973), Mincer (1973), Shishkin and Stein (1975), Shishkin (1976), Buss and Redburn (1988), Norwood and Tanur (1994) and Castillo (1998) have all considered how hidden unemployment or discouraged workers create problems in measuring unemployment.
We also wish to thank Theresa Flaim, Janet Dougherty, Mike Kelleher, Pam Ingersol, and Mana Ucchino at Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation for facilitating this research and Pam Rathbun and colleagues at Hagler Bailly, Inc., Madison, Wisconsin, for their survey expertise.
(2.) For example, Flaim (1979) has proposed adjusting the unemployment rate to account for the changing age distribution of the labor force.
Analytical Chemistry Award of the Calibration and Validation Group: Eric Flaim
Zunker Dow contributed several numbers, notably The Man That Got Away (to music of Gershwin and Arlen), a humorous tale of an obviously unhappy lady (Tiffiny Flaim) wooing an imperturbable male.
"Restructuring markets is turning out to be much more difficult than we anticipated at the outset," says Theresa Flaim, Ph.D., vice president, strategic planning, Niagara Mohawk Power Corp., Syracuse, N.Y.
Edwards Associates, Flaim & Associates, and professor of Agricultural Economics, University of California, Davis.