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We will have to stay very vigilant so that we can take necessary actions fast," Ribar said.
in parallel and then [tried] to force them together at the backend of the process," Ribar said.
I am pleased with the high organic gross profit growth in our reporting regions of North and Latin America, as well as the Asia Pacific," says Panalpina's CEO Monika Ribar.
In addition to his father, he was predeceased by his sister-in-law, Lynn Ribar of Alaska, who passed away on July 2.
They are on the road, away from home and most devices," explains Dan Ribar, 1st Guard's chief information officer.
Ribar, Edelhoch, and Liu (2008) showed that the longer recertification intervals in South Carolina enacted in 2002 contributed to caseload growth among households with children; in the present study, we investigate these relationships for adult-only households.
Koch and Ribar (2001) examine the relationship between age of drinking onset and educational attainment by age.
AGC David Jones and AGC Patricia Kelly, Elliott and AG1 Andrew Ribar go to sea tours.
Fitzgerald and David Christopher Ribar, "Welfare Reform and Female Headship," Demography, May 2004, pp.
La premiere application des reseaux de neurones a l'estimation du risque de defaillance financiere a ete realisee par Bell, Ribar et Verchio (1990).
Cook and Moore (1993), Mullahy and Sindelar (1989) and Yamada, Kendix and Yamada (1996) find negative effects of youth drinking on total years of education and graduation rates, while Dee and Evans (2003) and Koch and Ribar (2001) finding little or no effects on those outcomes.