HOVIHandbook of Overhaul Instructions
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(5) Ornegin, Jon Hovi ve CICERO, "Towards a Better Compliance System for the Climate Regime?", Chistopher P.
Hovi. and Esslemont, R.J., Incidence of clinical mastitis in dairy herds in England, Vet.
Each branch is diverse but together they create a beautiful sight, just like the art created by artists Sirpa Hovi, Martha Elisabeth Landa, Marina Polycarpou Yiassoumi, Kiara Timm, Christine Steinberg Mund and Angela Egwim.
(44.) See Jon Hovi et al., Why the United States Did Not Become a Party to the Kyoto Protocol: German, Norwegian and U.S.
For example, Hovi, Huseby, and Sprinz (2005) identified three conditions under which imposed sanctions are likely to work--namely, "an initial underestimation on the part of the target regarding the impact of the sanctions," "a miscalculation on the part of the target as to the sender's intention to actually impose sanctions," and "an incorrect perception on the part of the target" (cited in Taylor 2010, 21-22).
Tuunainen, Pitkanen and Hovi (2009) examined attitudes toward privacy among Facebook users in Finland.
Pyhala R, Lahti J, Heinonen K, Pesonen AK, Strang-Karlsson S, Hovi P, et al.
Surprisingly, the foreign policy and the place in international relations of Estonia and of the other Baltic states in 1917-1919 have found extensive treatment by Finnish scholars (Kalervo Hovi 1973, 1975, 1976, 1984a, 1984b, Olavi Hovi 1980, Zetterberg 1977).