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  • n. Plural form of spillover.


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  • You could try Parador Amado Nervo, on Calle Amado Nervo in el centro -- they have little apartments that rent by the week or month, but when I was staying there they often took one-night spillovers from the Hotel Aranzazu next door. $80 would probably do it.

    Accommodations in Morelia, One Night

  • Still existing optimism about the possibility of bailing out Greece might prevail again, while positive spillovers from the Hungarian market in postelection period may retain an interest in central European currencies, including the koruna. was only little changed on Friday despite a very strong report on the March retail sales.

  • Similarly, investment in research often produces "spillovers" that benefit everyone, not just the business that incurred the expense.

    Don't Expect Much From the R

  • In its core mandate of surveillance, the fund didn't pay enough attention to risks of contagion or spillovers from a crisis in rich economies, such as the credit crunch that ricocheted around the world and spawned the global recession.

    Auditor: IMF Failed To Alert On Pre-Crisis Risks

  • Delivering a speech at an IMF symposium in Shanghai, Mr. Zhu also warned that while emerging economies enjoy stronger fundamentals, they aren't immune to the weakness in advanced economies and their economic outlook is being clouded by potential spillovers from the developed economies.

    IMF Official Says Global Turmoil Still Threatens Asia

  • Fair uses, for example, are more likely to have beneficial spillovers; might then raise the burden of proving harm on those who would seek to suppress fair-use-like behavior.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Filesharing is an amazing success for spillovers: extraordinary utility gains from sharing; the music industry claimed (1) it would die without internalization, and (2) it was a gateway crime.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • And how do we look at the difficult-to-measure foregone benefits of spillovers?

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • His work is about spillovers: is his critique from within economics or without?

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Appellate courts have given a positive narrative to FOSS in terms of spillovers, and Vetter wants to promote that, but he wants to know how that changes when commercial companies involve themselves with patents to increase their competitive position.

    Archive 2009-03-01


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