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  • As the debates raged during the 1980s, Ian had engaged in only one major excavation, a fairly conventional multiperiod dig at Haddenham, north of Cambridge.

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  • She had spent several seasons working with David French at his rescue excavation of Tille Höyük on the Euphrates River, a multiperiod site that was eventually flooded by the waters of the Atatürk Dam.

    The Goddess and the Bull

  • During her third year, Trevor Watkins, the Edinburgh professor who codirected the Konya survey with Douglas Baird during its first years, asked Wendy if she wanted to work on his dig at Kharabeh Shattani in northern Iraq, a multiperiod settlement that had first been occupied about 5000 B.C. during the Halaf period and several thousand years later by the Assyrians.

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  • Then, during her second year in the department, she got the chance to dig at Gomolava, a huge, multiperiod double tell on the Sava River with stratigraphy ranging from the Neolithic to the medieval period.

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  • The construction of this model included a number of innovations, i.e., a further development of older theories of consumption and of production, the formulation of conditions for multimarket stability, an extension of the applicability of the static method of analysis to include multiperiod analysis, and the introduction of a capital theory based on profit maximization assumptions.

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  • In prediction markets, Adams (2006) [63] show that with multiperiod learning, the market price converges to traders 'mean beliefs, aggregating all private signals.

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  • In prediction markets, Adams (2006) [63] show that with multiperiod learning, the market price converges to traders 'mean beliefs, aggregating all private signals.

    Deeplinking

  • For the valuation of licensing agreements, customer relationships, and order backlogs, the multiperiod-excess-earnings method was used.

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  • Registrars soon realized they could make money by providing auto-renew services and encouraging discounts for multiperiod registrations.

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  • Shahina’s first dig was a multiperiod Roman and medieval site on the River Thames in Southwark, a district in south London.

    The Goddess and the Bull

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