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GAUGER. An officer appointed to examine all tuns, pipes, hogsheads, barrels, and tierces of wine, oil, and other liquids, and to give them a mark of allowance, as containing lawful measure.

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Cohen also commissioned Gauger to do the same for a 2014 CNBC online poll identifying the country's top business leaders, although Trump was unable to break the top 100 candidates, the Journal reported.
Mohapatra et al 68%, [11] Kaisha et al 59%, [12] Hisham and Lukman 55%, Gauger et al 63% (Grade 3 as 45%).
It provides substitution estimates for both changes in the price of good i and j and is often used in consumer demand studies (Davis and Gauger 1996; Fleissig and Swofford 1996; Fleissig 1997; Moschini 2001).
"Robo-wholesaling is essentially a metaphor to describe the development of a digital-focused strategy that captures many of the positive characteristics of the traditional wholesaler and advisor relationship," Rich Gauger, co-author of the report, said in a statement.
"Not only does it not hurt the compass signal, it can make it stronger," says physicist Erik Gauger of Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh.
Gibbs Ave.; speakers will be Ann Gauger, who has a doctorate in developmental biology, and Richard Sternberg, who has a doctorate in theoretical biology.
crenulata treatment decreases tumorsphere formation as well as invasion, and increases sensitivity to anoikis (cell death in response to loss of attachment) in human TNBC breast cancer lines (Gauger and Rodriguez-Cortes 2010).
"The high mobile penetration reaching 200 per cent, the fast adoption of new technologies and the strong connectivity here are all signs that indicate how fast the UAE will adopt the latest mobile payment solutions," said Gauger as he revealed that the UAE holds seventh place in the MasterCard Mobile Payment Readiness Index.
The jobs were cut, Editor and Publisher Jeff Gauger told, because of "continuing softness in national advertising."
Gauger and his colleagues came up with similar findings where the PONV was significantly less likely in the propofol group17.