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  • Johannes P. Pfeifenberger, Kathleen Spees, +7 authors Samuel A. Newell
  • 2013
The authors would like to thank the FERC staff for their cooperation and support. In particular, we would like to acknowledge the contributions of of the FERC staff and Samuel A. Newell of The Brattle Group. Opinions expressed in this report, as well as any errors or omissions, are the authors' alone. The examples, facts, and requirements summarized in this(More)
Concerns have long existed over the participation of adolescent athletes in professional sports. In 2004, the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour (WTA Tour) commissioned a Professional Development Advisory Panel (PDAP) to evaluate the WTA Tour's age eligibility rule (AER) and professional development programmes (PDPs) for female tennis players since their inception in(More)
Eighteen percent of 212 consecutive emergency caesarean sections at term were classified as truly 'urgent' (requiring delivery within 20 min). The interpretation of the intrapartum cardiotocographs was generally accurate, although after an independent review of the tracings six cases classified originally as 'urgent' had Krebs scores > 4. Among the 'urgent'(More)
A case of severe hyperemesis gravidarum is described in which the parturient required nutritional support. Initially a trial of enteral feeding was attempted but was unsuccessful. Subsequent parenteral nutrition allowed the remainder of the pregnancy to continue and a live infant was delivered by caesarean section at 34 weeks gestation. Criteria for using(More)
While ballot initiatives have existed in the United States since the Progressive Era, their popularity has risen in the past few decades as more initiatives qualify to be placed on the ballot. Numerous studies have examined whether the political environment created by the presence of initiatives influences the way people participate in and pay attention to(More)
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