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Leamer
Leamer Leam"er, n. [F. limier, OF. liemier, fr. L. ligamen band, bandage. See Lien.] A dog held by a leam.

Meaning of Leamer from wikipedia

- Laurence Leamer (born October 30, 1941) is a best-selling author and journalist. Leamer is a former Ford Fellow in International Development at the University...
- Leamer is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Edward Leamer, economist and professor at UCLA Laurence Leamer, author and Kennedy family...
- The Guardian. Leamer, p. 322. Leamer, p. 412, and caption to photo of the house facing p. 650. Leamer, p. 412. Leamer, pp. 412, 680. Leamer, p. 760. Collier...
- Edward Emory Leamer (born May 24, 1944) is a professor of economics and statistics at UCLA. He is Chauncey J. Medberry Professor of Management and director...
- quote p. 496. Leamer pp. 152–53; William E. Leuchtenburg, In the Shadow of FDR: From Harry Truman to George W. Bush (2001) pp. 68–72. Leamer 115. Hersh 64;...
- parameter (link) Leamer 1986, p. 368. Leamer 1986, p. 366. Quirk 1989, p. 206. Leamer 1986, p. 370. Leamer 1986, pp. 372–373. Leamer 1986, p. 374. "Lux...
- 1962 trade data, using a measure similar to Leontief's. In 1980 Edward Leamer questioned Leontief's original methodology for comparing factor contents...
- several adaptations in other media. Schwarzenegger biographer Laurence Leamer wrote that The Terminator "was an influential film affecting a whole generation...
- Royal Palms - Love and Death in Palm Beach is a book by author Laurence Leamer, published by Hyperion, and released on January 20, 2009. The book is a...
- the plurality of models compatible with observational data-sets, Edward Leamer urged that "professionals ... properly withhold belief until an inference...
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