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lag

verb dally, dawdle, decelerate, decrease, delay, diiinish in pace, ebb, fail, fall back, fall behind, get behind, go leisurely, hold back, idle, lag behind, linger, lose strength, move slowly, procrastinate, put off, saunter, slow up, take one's time, trail, wane
Associated concepts: implementation date
See also: delay, pause, procrastinate, stall
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Models were adjusted using a thin plate regression spline for temporal trend and seasonality (4-7 df per year), mean daily temperature at single-day lags of 3 or 5 days (2 or 3 df), and mean daily relative humidity at single-day lag 3 (2 or 3 df), following the methodology used by the ESCALA project (Romieu et al.
As such, any evidence of a lag in the price discovery process for these firms would be suggestive of even more pronounced lags for less liquid entities.
You are still experiencing symptoms of jet lag two weeks after travelling.
They report medial migration of the lag screw into the pelvis with a sigmoid perforation after 8 weeks.
4- Chaque passager est autorise a transporter un seul sachet contenant des LAG, lequel doit etre presente pour controle surete en dehors de son bagage a main 5- Des exemptions aux regles ci-dessus sont accordees pour les medicaments, la nourriture pour bebes dont le lait.
In order for the distributed lag model to make sense, the lag coefficients must tend to zero as k [right arrow] [infinity].
2010) encontraron que el lag (Nott) no se modifica al emplear figuras de diversos tamanos, pero citan que, en promedio, este es superior a lo descrito como normal (0,50 D); adicionalmente, mencionan que el rango es mucho menor (0,12 D) en la poblacion estudiada (18 a 30 anos).
He argues that lag in time between action and point at which things begin to go differently that they would have in the absence of action.
However, the appropriate lag structure for real output growth is an equation with four lags.
Table 1 reports simulations of the minimum value of the discount factor [delta] such that collusion is sustainable for each combination of detection lag and number of firms.
When jet lag occurs, symptoms may include fatigue, insomnia, difficulty concentrating, gastrointestinal problems, muscle soreness and, in women, menstrual problems.
Even astronauts have a difficult time getting over jet lag.