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Synonyms for brattle

to make or cause to make a succession of short, sharp sounds

Synonyms for brattle

make a rattling sound

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The Concentric Report concluded that the Brattle Report's savings estimates were methodologically flawed and that the Brattle Report provided no basis to expand solicitations for transmission projects at this time.
Prior to joining Brattle, she served as senior enforcement counsel at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), where she was responsible for ensuring that its members complied with FINRA and Securities & Exchange Commission regulatory requirements.
The Brattle Group works with clients on commercial damages issues arising from a wide variety of actions including antitrust, patent infringement, breach of contract, fraudulent disclosure, toxic tort, and product liability.
Based on modeling of the four most plausible scenarios, The Brattle Group "found that Northern Pass could provide New Hampshire customers with retail rate savings between 0 and 0.28 cents/kWh (in constant 2020 dollar terms) on average from 2020 to 2032."
The Brattle Group is a global research firm that often crunches numbers for regulators, like the Texas Public Utility Commission and the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) - the operator for the grid covering most of the state.
The Financial Structure of Private Equity Firms" (with Axelson and Stromberg) won the Journal of Finance Brattle Group Prize.
A report by The Brattle Group evaluates several challenges facing natural gas demand growth in the coming decade under potential future climate legislation and recommends that U.S.
Lucie Ray got through to four finals - triumphing in the 'teens and has-beens' with partner Jo Brattle and winning a tight-fought 90-plus match with Jo Smith.
Wind-generated electricity from the upper Midwest will become cost-competitive with power generated from more conventional fuel sources like coal, while providing substantial reductions in greenhouse gas emissions when connected to the nation's electricity grid via new extra-high voltage transmission lines, a new study by The Brattle Group has concluded.
Wind-generated electricity from the upper Midwest will become cost-competitive when connected to the nation's electricity grid via new extra-high voltage transmission lines, a new study by The Brattle Group concludes.
Love, Love, Love, And Other Essays Charles Taliaferro Cowley Publications 4 Brattle Street, Suite 309, Cambridge, MA 02138 1561012424 $14.95 1-800-225-1534 www.cowley.org
Primarily approaching the topic from the perspective of the well-being of Canada and Canadians, Colgan (an economic consultant with the Brattle Group in Washington, DC) introduces the major debates over the harms and benefits of international trade in an introductory text that he hopes is accessible to the general reader yet still covers the topic in enough depth to be useful in undergraduate and graduate classes.
(Wells REIT) has acquired One Brattle Square in Cambridge, Mass.
PlanetGov's D/SIDDOMS III (D3) team includes ManTech International Corporation, HP, Oracle, Grant Thornton, Park City Solutions, HTSI, Knowledge Consulting Group (KCG), Falkland Group, AFFINA and Brattle Systems.
And the bumper deal will see founders Gillian Lees, David Onions and Malcolm Brattle each land millions of pounds.