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an annual award for outstanding contributions to chemistry or physics or physiology and medicine or literature or economics or peace

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''I was incredibly surprised at the honor, and it took me half an hour to recoup'' from the Nobel committee's call, Tirole said in an interview with the website Nobelprize.org.
(8.) The Nobel Prize in Physics 1915, Nobelprize.org: http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/physics/laureates/1915/index.html
See Nobelprize.org., "The Nobel Prize in Physics 1958," www.nobelprize.org/nobeLprizes/physics/laureates/1958.
"A Case of Identity: Ernest Hemingway." Nobelprize.org.
However, a broad framework can be useful if it guides a principled search for analogies across domains, to identify common processes and to prevent overly narrow interpretations of findings." (See nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/economic-sciences/ laureates/2002/kahnemann-lecture.pdf.)
NOBELPRIZE. Disponivel em: http://www.nobelprize.org/ nobel_prizes/peace/laureates/2011/press.html>.
"It's about death and history and memory, watching us, creating us, and that makes us important because human beings are sort of the prison where all these great entities meet," Englund told the nobelprize.org website.
Go to nobelprize.org, under Marie and Pierre Curie, to read about what happened to her and her husband from radiation.
Becker, The Economic Way of Looking at Life, NOBELPRIZE.ORG, http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/economics/laureates/1992/becker-lecture.pdf (last visited Mar.
Buck, 63, shared her Nobel Prize with Richard Axel for "discoveries of odorant receptors and the organization of the olfactory system," according to the Nobelprize.org website.
Instead I embrace Keynes's fallacies about movements in aggregates." Adding to my consternation, the press release from the Swedish Bank and Royal Academy said, "The work of Edmund Phelps has deepened our understanding of the relation between short-run and long-run effects of economic policy" (Nobelprize.org, 2006).
--BIOLOGIST ELIZABETH BLACKBURN IN AN INTERVIEW WITH NOBELPRIZE.ORG ON OCTOBER 5, AFTER LEARNING THAT SHE WAS ONE OF THREE RECIPIENTS OF THE 2009 NOBEL PRIZE IN PHYSIOLOGY OR MEDICINE
8, 2007), available at nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/economics/laureates/2007/hurwicz_lecture.pdf.