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MISE, English law. In a writ of right which is intended to be tried by the grand assize, the general issue is called the mise. Lawes, Civ. Pl. 111; 7 Cowen, 51. This word also signifies expenses, and it is so commonly used in the entries of judgments in personal actions; as when the plaintiff recovers, the judgment is quod recuperet damna sua for such value, and pro mises et custagiis for costs and charges for so much, &c.

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More than 6,000 educators have worked with MISE to improve science education since it's founding in 1993.
Carlo Parravano, executive director of MISE said, "Our expansion into Elizabeth builds on the shared goal of the Elizabeth School District and Merck to raise understanding and awareness of science among children and educators.
These professional experiences in Europe equipped Mises with the necessary skills to bridge theory and practice, skills reflected also in his balanced approach to trade policy.
Mises "least noticed at the time," emerged victorious due to his "unalloyed vision of markets.
These passages, from the opening section of his essay dealing with calculation, are quite representative of the points Mises stressed throughout his argument.
3) However, as Klein (2008a) argues, causal-realist analysis is not concerned with long-run Marshallian or Walrasian equilibrium prices but with actual, empirical, market prices, those occurring in what Mises calls the "plain state of rest.
Economic knowledge, Mises thought, necessarily leads to liberalism.
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Hayek #I" and "A Drawing for Ludwig von Mises #I" (see right).
Les mises en candidatures doivent etre faites par ecrit, en utilisant le formulaire approprie, signe par le president ou un autre membre de la section etudiante, ainsi que par le chef ou directeur du departement de chimie.