Also found in: Encyclopedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
Quantity or scope: In particular, the benefits include: - implementation plans surveys including the establishment of horizontal and vertical canvas, raised points, providing horizontal and vertical planes, and supply of computer files on CD ROM (or email) points of listings rose in x, y and z including files compatible ASCII format with MACRO-TRACK software and scanned plans consistent with AUTOCAD, MENSURA and COVADIS AUTOPISTE including DWG files; - the execution of plans and Cadastral states, fragmented and piecemeal investigation; - the establishment of amending documents of cadastral parcels - the planting work axes, cross sections, rights of way or other; - the control survey of landscape locations ; - the realization proofing and land plans.
However, the theory of diminishing marginal utility of money was not formally written up publicly until 1738, when it appeared in "Specimen Theoriae Novae de Mensura Sortis" (Exposition of a New Theory on the Measurement of Risk) (63) by the Swiss scientist and mathematician Daniel Bernoulli, in 1738.
The coordination was enacted in a strict mathematical mood and was performed through a subjection of corporeal reality to a rigid metrical systematization (in the hope of touching infinity one day) which, however, proved poor in the eyes of infinity itself discrediting any mensura as its possible qualification.
2) Specimen Theoriae Novae de Mensura Sortis (Bernoulli, 1738) was translated from Latin into English by Dr.
110) Augustine's translation of scripture reads: "omnia in mensura, et numero et pondere dispouisti.
We have implemented Ektron-based sites for renowned Belgian companies such as Mensura and PartenaHR and we plan on doing many more in the future.
Bernoulli, Daniel (1738) "Specimen theoriae novae de mensura sortis.
XXXIII 134) and Archimedes' De Mensura Circuli: Some Thoughts on Approximations to the Value of [pi].
Mezzanine financing is filling in the gaps," says Alex Graham, chief executive of Mensura Capital, of the combination of debt and equity financing typically used to finance the expansion of existing companies.
sequitur comes Iphis euntem, quam solita est, maiore gradu, nec candor in ore permanet, et vires augentur, et acrior ipse est vultus, et incomptis brevior mensura capillis, plusque vigoris adest, habuit quam femina.
at 507 ("Moneta est justum medium & mensura rerum commutabilium.