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peculiar to the individual

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1) We argue that the investors' affinity for high idiosyncratic volatility stocks within the loss domain would lead to greater overpricing among these stocks.
According to Valerie and Jean, "The Idiosyncratic Fashionistas couldn't have asked for a better assignment than Artful Home's invitation to try on oodles of fabulous clothes and jewelry and be photographed frolicking in pieces we love.
To our knowledge, this is the first study to examine advertising's effects on a firm's [beta]-risk and idiosyncratic risk by using quantile regression.
Today, stock logos and page templates standardize large portions of an institution's website, strengthening the brand and vanquishing idiosyncratic pages.
It's only the odd lapse of one person, but I prefer to see it as symptomatic of a deeper disorder, that being the idiosyncratic approach to objective criteria, itself the fruit of individualism, where one is compelled to leave one's imprint on the drama at hand, and by some action make the thing peculiarly one's own.
The story, which takes place largely in a segregated Texas backwater town, is told from the various perspectives and voices of a cast of idiosyncratic characters in alternating chapters, resonant with themes of legend, fortune and legacy.
We follow Kate as she hangs out with her idiosyncratic alterna-friends; talking, laughing, gossiping and mostly pontificating on the future of her and her boyfriend, Ollie (Mike LeBlanc).
So simple an act, the folding of the body onto its knees, and done in as many idiosyncratic ways as there are idiosyncratic human beings.
Some retailers are more willing than others to adapt their specifications, and as that trend continues, the more idiosyncratic spaces will rent.
Clinton also lied about things that do not hinge on an idiosyncratic definition of sex, including his memories of her visits and of the gifts they exchanged.
The sixteenth-century Magnificat, with its idiosyncratic ties to the Catholic liturgy's declining but persistent medieval system of eight church modes, reveals tonal relationships particularly in the Magnificats of Tone Seven - that help illuminate the faceted polyphonic application of the still incompletely understood modal system.
In this article, we examine several ways in which actual and potential overload affects research choices for the solo researcher, paying special attention to the creation of ad hoc idiosyncratic specialties.
Vallone's approach is broad and eclectic, personal and idiosyncratic.
The goal is to produce seeds that promise a predictable crop of genetically consistent, laboratory-bred vegetables that meet certain idiosyncratic standards: a tomato square enough to be stacked conveniently and tough enough to withstand the rigors of mechanical harvesting; a barley that tolerates salty soil; a broccoli that can survive a drenching in Monsanto's best-selling herbicide.
is that like many of the commune-dwellers of the 1960s, Adams seems to believe that his highly idiosyncratic approach has universal application.