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WALDWorking Assets Long Distance (company)
WALDWorkforce and Leadership Development (University of Kansas School of Medicine; Wichita, KS)
WALDWrong Algorithm - Small Modifications Needed (software fault)
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Wald, former director of Market Development at Etsy and former vice president of Technology and Design Category at Indiegogo, good-naturedly offered up this and many other hard-hitting but invaluable nuggets of advice to an audience of local entrepreneurs at the latest chapter of Endeavor Lebanon's IGNITE Meetups series at the Beirut Digital District Thursday.
Wald also said that the absence of many big name investors from the US and Europe might hand an advantage to potential business partners in other parts of the world.
A message left on the phone answering machine of Wald Wood wasn't immediately returned Thursday afternoon.
WALD recognizes this and acknowledges the contribution of the language fostering ties between different cultures and in the development of science, medicine, mathematics and literature through the ages.
Wald, chair of the department of pediatrics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Tackling Balanchine: PNB soloist Margaret Mullin attributes their recent partnering success in Balanchine's Square Dance to Wald's unqualified commitment.
Regarding Panel 2 (for 2007-2012), and still according to the values of the Granger coefficients and the Wald test results reported in Table 1(1-B), there is clear and statistically strong evidence that public debt (in t-1 and jointly in t-1 and t-2) contributes positively to the real GDP growth rate.
On June 18, 2015, Wald was suspended for 91 days nunc pro tunc, June 1, 2015, as a result of his providing financial assistance to a client during the course of a personal injury representation and for misrepresentation and making a false statement in the course of the disciplinary proceeding with regard to the actual source of that financial assistance.
The sort of thinking that Wald applied to the bomber problem is what W.
and Black Power Television by Gayle Wald (with photographs by Chester Higgins).
He says he learned a great lesson at college about the use and the misuse of data, and that the most influential lesson he was taught was the story of Abraham Wald.