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T He U Se Of Mi Ni Mu M In Co Me Q Ua Li Fi Ca Ti On Sby La Nd Lo
t he u se of mi ni mu m in co me q ua li fi ca ti on sby la nd lo
With the smallest social rented sectors among major western nations, the Canadian and U.S. housing systems have relied extensively on the private market to house low income renter households. The proportion of households in the social rented sector in Canada is 5.6% and the United States 2.0%, compared, for example, to 40% in the Netherlands, 22% in the UK and Sweden, and an average of about 12% in Germany, France, Finland and Ireland. Low income households must rely on a relative large private rented .

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Who Benefits From R&d Tax Policy? * ¿quién Se Beneficia De Los
who benefits from r&d tax policy? * ¿quién se beneficia de los
., H25, H32. RESUMEN: Este trabajo analiza qué tipo de empresas se benefician más de los incentivos fiscales a la inversión en.

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Se Mi Gas Co V. Ferc
se mi gas co v. ferc
FERC traditionally approved pipelines' proposals to roll expansion costs into their general rates (thereby allocating expansion costs to all users pro rata regardless of the extent to which they use the new facilities) so long as the pipeline could show both that the system was integrated and that qualitative benefits accrued to all customers as a consequence of the expansion. See TransCanada, 24 F.3d at 308 (citing Great Lakes Gas Transmission Co., 45 FERC 61,237, 61,695 (1988)); Great Lakes Gas .

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Robo-Ao _iucaa_30 Mi..
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"yo sé quién soy": don quixote, don diego miranda and h-net
1 The following essay is a revised version of a paper delivered at the Fifth Annual Southern California Cervantes Symposium, held at Pomona College, April 17, 1993. My sincerest thanks to Michael McGaha. 2 The subject of Cervantine paradoxy is already latent in an important study by Manuel Durán, La amigüedad en el ‘Quijote‘ (Xalapa: Universidad Veracruzana, 1960). A study of the encounter between Don Quixote and Don Diego de Miranda that centers, not specifically on the problem of self-knowledge, but on .

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