LAER


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AcronymDefinition
LAERLowest Achievable Emission Rate
LAERLand, Adopt, Expand, Renew (sales method)
LAERLowest Achievable Emission Reduction (air quality control)
LAERLate Allocation, Early Release
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Across the entire process, "you want to know what's happening, what the risks are, what the controls are, who's doing what," Van Laer explained.
van Laer, Provisional Regulations for the Colonists, in DOCUMENTS RELATING TO NEW NETHERLAND, at 2-5 (A.J.F.
Baker, Bloom, and Davis (2013); Laer and Martin (2016); and Koppl (2014) show this for the Great Recession, and Pastor and Veronesi (2013) do so for the period January 1985--December 2010.
This speaks to the power of narrative persuasion because those that find the story more personally relevant is likely to be transported and change their attitudes (Van Laer et al., 2013).
Other stands worth visiting include Nicolas Bordet (antiques), Frank Van Laer Antiquiteiten (furniture) and Assour & Sumer (silver).
The IMF executive board laer commended the bold adjustments to the Saudi economy, due to the effects of falling oil prices and ongoing fiscal controls.
Los padres de Ben-Sylvester hicieron una gran fortuna vendiendo maquinaria agricola en Bad Laer, ciudad de la Baja Sajonia, la misma region de donde, curiosamente, es Ernesto de Hannover.
A word of apology in a narrative form also impacts on trust, mediated by integrity (VAN LAER; RUYTER, 2010).
(15.) Cryns K, Thys S, Van Laer L, Oka Y, Pfister M, Van Nassauw L, Smith RJ, Timmermans JP, Van Camp G.
This technique presents a comparison of DSR [18], EPAR [19] and LAER [20] routing protocols for energy efficiency and the author concludes that new technique performs batters than all other techniques.