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Michaelides P.G., Roboli A., Economakis G., Milios J., 2005.
(5) For discussions of Schumpeter's relationship with and intellectual debt to Hilferding, as well as to the broader Austro-Marxist tradition, see Bottomore and Goode (1978: 24-5, 35-6) and Michaelides and Milios (2005).
of Portland, Maine and Pangiotis Antoniou of Webster; a daughter, Hrysoula Antoniou Cardamone of Arlington, Virginia; five grandchildren, Alexandra, Christina, Michael, Sofia and Alexia; two brothers, Demetrious Milios and Vasilios Milios, both of Webster; a sister, Persefoni Sgouritisas of Webster; nieces and nephews.
Neither the state nor its challengers had an estimate of how much money was in question, but Danica Milios, who represented the state, said such a ruling "would obviously send the Legislature back into a special session."
Thanks to Michael Abramowicz, Will Baude, Stephanos Bibas, Jimmy Blacklock, Samuel Bray, Vincent Buccola, Nora Engstrom, Tracey George, Maria Glover, Brian Fitzpatrick, Sean Jordan, Ashley Keller, James Kurth, Gary Lawson, Margaret Lemos, John McGinnis, Danica Milios, Trevor Morrison, Adam Mortara, Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz, Suzanna Sherry, Kevin Stack, James Sullivan, Jay Tidmarsh, Eric Tung, Brian Willen, and Steven Yelderman for comments, and to Katherine McCormack for superb research assistance.
We washed the cut sections from each animal (n = 8 C, n = 8 T) briefly in phosphate-buffered saline (PBS)and the sections underwent microwave antigen retrieval to unmask epitopic sites (Leong and Milios 1986; Shi et al.
In a similar study, Gordon, Milios, and Grove (1991) found physiotherapists were particularly concerned with athletes' negative attitudes for not following home-based rehabilitation procedures and their lack of regard for attending clinic rehabilitation appointments.
Continuing its oppression of controversial ideological views, the government has barred numerous foreign scholars and activists from entering the country, including Tariq Ramadan (prevented from assuming a tenured position at the University of Notre Dame); Bolivian historian Waskar Ari (who had been offered a teaching position at the University of Nebraska); Greek economist Yoannis Milios (who had been invited to speak at the University of New York at Stoneybrook), and South African human rights activist Adam Habib (who had been invited to meet with officials from the World Bank and the National Institutes of Health).
John Milios teaches political economy and the history of economic thought at the National Technical University in Athens.
Most recently, John Milios, a faculty member at the National Technical University of Athens and twice a candidate for the Greek parliament, was detained on his arrival at John F.