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According to Vahram Nercissiantz, President Serzh Sargsyan's chief economic adviser, " Businessmen holding state positions have turned into oligarchs who have avoided paying sufficient taxes by abusing their state positions, distorted markets with unequal conditions, breached the rules of competition, impeded or prevented small and medium-sized business ’ entry into manufacturing and thereby sharply deepened social polarization in the republic.
According to mission rules, Orion would have then re-docked with Casper, in case mission control decided to abort the landing and use the Lunar Module's engines for the return trip to Earth.
According to Kapila Vatsyayan, " Classical Indian architecture, sculpture, painting, literature ( kāvya ), music, and dancing evolved their own rules conditioned by their respective media, but they shared with one another not only the underlying spiritual beliefs of the Indian religio-philosophic mind, but also the procedures by which the relationships of the symbol and the spiritual states were worked out in detail.
According to Tom Roberts, author of Alex Raymond: His Life and Art ( 2007 ), Capp delivered a stirring speech that was instrumental in changing those rules.
According to Article 12, Parties are directed to adopt a protocol that establishes liability rules and procedures that are appropriate for damage that comes from the movement of hazardous waste across borders.
According to the objectivist view, the rules of Bayesian statistics can be justified by requirements of rationality and consistency and interpreted as an extension of logic.
According to Carrom rules, the powder must be of high quality to keep the surface smooth and dry, and shall not be wet.
According to Party rules, the Central Committee directed all Party and government activities between each Party Congress.
According to party rules, the Central Committee was to convene at least twice a year to discuss political matters ( but not matters relating to military policy ).
According to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, " As allowed by the award rules for this year, a single nomination could honor work in one or more films.
According to the traditional doctrine ( Dicey ), conventions cannot be enforced in courts, because they are non-legal sets of rules.
According to " Twenty rules for writing detective stories ," by Van Dine in 1928: " The detective story is a kind of intellectual game.
According to the formalist, mathematics is manipulation of symbols according to agreed upon formal rules.
According to the rules stipulated by the governing body of rugby league in Australia a forward pass is relative to the player making the pass and not the actual path relative to the ground.
According to the rules of Indo-European ablaut, the full grade ( containing an * e ), * gheud -, might be replaced with the zero-grade ( the * e disappears ), * ghud -, or the o-grade ( the * e changes to an * o ), * ghoud -, accounting for the various forms of the name.
According to the usual rules of quantum mechanics, the actual state of the electron may be any superposition of these states.
According to the rules of IUPAC nomenclature, ketones are named by changing the suffix-ane of the parent alkane to-one.
According to these new rules, " mineral species can be grouped in a number of different ways, on the basis of chemistry, crystal structure, occurrence, association, genetic history, or resource, for example, depending on the purpose to be served by the classification.
According to Jewish tradition, the Jewish calendar is calculated based on mathematical rules handed down from God to Moses at the moment the command was given to make sure that Passover always falls in the springtime.
According to the rules, the five-card hand's value must exceed the two-card hand's, and that is why the two-card hand is often called the hand " in front " or " on top " or " hair ", or the " small " or " minor " or " low " hand.
According to Hart, law is essentially a system of primary social rules that guide the conduct of law's subjects, and secondary rules that regulate how the primary rules may be changed, how disputes about them are to be adjudicated and, especially, how the primary rules are to be identified.
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According to Yevgeni Borisovich Pasternak, " Rumors that Pasternak was to receive the Nobel Prize started right after the World War II was over.
According to the current Nobel Committee head Lars Gillensten, his nominee was discussed every year from 1946 to 1950, then again in 1957 ( it was finally awarded in 1958 ).
* According to Harold Pinter, Nobel Laureate and member of the Stop the War Coalition, " John Pilger is fearless.
According to the Nobel Prize committee, " the COBE-project can also be regarded as the starting point for cosmology
According to the Nobel Foundation, this rumor is not true ; although he was considered a worthwhile candidate, he was not selected for the prize.
According to the Academy, " these disciplines are chosen so as to complement those for which the Nobel Prizes are awarded.
According to Shirin Ebadi – an Iranian lawyer and former judge who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2003, and later became the main representative of Kazemi's family at the trial over Kazemi's death – when a prison staff member saw Kazemi taking photographs he demanded that she give him her camera, as photography is prohibited in front of the prison.
According to his daughter, Jeanie Laube, " My mom said, ' You won the Nobel Peace Prize ,' and he said, ' No, I haven't ', ...
According to the work of Nobel prize winning economist and expert on famines Amartya Sen, most famines do not result just from lower food production, but also from an inappropriate or inefficient distribution of the food, often compounded by lack of information and indeed misinformation as to the extent of the problem.
According to Donald Knuth, the buddy system was invented in 1963 by Harry Markowitz, who won the 1990 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics, and was first described by Kenneth C. Knowlton ( published 1965 ).
According to Brown, after receiving the Nobel prize in Stockholm, he carried the medal and she carried the US $ 100, 000 award.
According to tradition, the sauce was invented by Nobel laureate and restaurant patron Luis Federico Leloir at a Golf Club in Mar del Plata, Argentina, during the mid 1920s.
According to the press, they were separately nominated for the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize for their work on Chinese organ harvesting by Canadian MP Borys Wrzesnewskyj and Balfour Hakak, chairman of the Hebrew Writers Association in Israel.
According to the Chronicle of Higher Education, it " is widely regarded as one of the field ’ s most prestigious awards, perhaps second only to the Nobel in economic science.
According to the economist Jagdish Bhagwati, " He Lancaster was widely regarded as a potential recipient of the Nobel Prize, for the notable impact that had been made by his contributions to the theory of second best and the integration of variety into economic theory.
According to an article of Telegraph newspaper on November 9, 2010, Dai Qing confirmed that she will attend the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in December on behalf of Liu Xiaobo, who is currently serving an eleven-year prison sentence since 2009 for " inciting subversion ".
According to the university's strategic plan ( largely a copy of his earlier and now abandoned Melbourne Agenda ( 2002 )) the University aims to have five Nobel Laureates on its staff by 2015, at least two of whom will have full-time appointments, and three of which it is intended to secure by 2007.
According to Nusslein-Volhard, who won a Nobel for her research into molecular mechanisms of development, the genome is a " building plan ," DNA a " language of four letters that can be read faultlessly ...
According to a note made by the secret police ( SB ) agent in the Polish Union of Writers ( Związek Literatów Polskich ) Herbert was a candidate for the 1968 Nobel Prize in Literature along with another Polish writer Witold Gombrowicz.
According to reports from the Soviet Union, forty scientists, two of whom were Nobel laureates, studied Kulagina.
According to the 2010-2011 edition of the School's official magazine, St. Edward's Chronicle, Kim Aris, the younger son of Nobel Prize-winning Burmese democracy campaigner, Aung San Suu Kyi and Michael Aris, was a member of Field House in the early 1990s.
According to Hugh Harman's obituary in the New York Times and Ben Mankiewicz, host of Cartoon Alley, the cartoon was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize.