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In this paper, Steve Cicala and colleagues argue that the same logic applies to a provision of the Affordable Care Act.
Using data on fuel costs, capacities, heat efficiency, and the operations of nearly all generating units in the U.S., Cicala constructs power supply curves ranking production units from lowest to highest cost for each of the 98 areas at an hourly resolution from 1999 to 2012.
Cicala et al., "Prevalence of angiotensin II type 1 receptor (AT1R)-activating autoantibodies in primary aldosteronism," Journal of the American Society of Hypertension, vol.
Cicala et al., "Sustained virologic control in SIV+ macaques after antiretroviral and alpha(4)beta(7) antibody therapy," Science, vol.
Moreover, Cicala (2012) indicates that regulatory capture may cause regulators to encourage sub-optimal DSM spending.
(13.) Annunziata ML, Caviglia R, Papparella LG, Cicala M.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Steve Cicala, David Lagakos, and the editors for valuable comments; Karen Fisher-Vanden, Timothy Fitzgerald, Laura Grant, Joshua Hausman, Kelsey Jack, Lutz Kilian, Cathy Kling, Tom Lyon, Lucija Muehlenbachs, Yueming Qiu, Barry Rabe, and Daniel Raimi for helpful feedback; and Sarah Johnston for excellent research assistance.
(6) Longo non fa eccezione, e il velato richiamo a Platone poggia sulla presenza proprio di una cicala: tuttavia c'e, rispetto al filosofo, uno scarto significativo nella sua funzione.
Mario Cicala (1718-?) y su obra, en Boletin de la Academia Nacional de Historia, 107 (1966), pp.
16 April 2014: Stefanie Baroutoglou, Brian Bigden, Stefaney Alida Cicala, Kyle Nicole Deveza, Tracey DiLuzio, Robert J.
Penetrating trauma was also found as the most common wound in the studies done by Edwards wh et al (1987), Cicala rs et al (1991), Vassiliu P et al (2001).