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    The Gospel at Colonus (1992)

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    Playwrights: Lee Breuer and Bob Telson Director: Buddy Butler Musical Direction: Dwight Cannon Choreography: Tracey Dones Set Design: John B. Wilson Costumes: John B. Wilson Academic Year: 1992-1993https://scholarworks.sjsu.edu/productions_1990s/1025/thumbnail.jp

    The Boston University Jazz Ensemble, April 28, 1993

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    This is the concert program of the Boston University Jazz Ensemble performance on Wednesday, April 28, 1993 at 8:00 p.m., at the Concert Hall, 855 Commonwealth Avenue. Works performed were A Minor excursion by David Caffey, Emancipation Blues by Oliver Nelson, Mixolydian Soul Frog by Frank Mantooth, Back at the Flat by Mike Pendowski, Milestones by Miles Davis (arr. Dave Barduhn), Tribute by Bob Mintzer, Lush Life by Billy Strayhorn (arr. Phil Wilson), and Cochabamba by Gary Lindsay. Digitization for Boston University Concert Programs was supported by the Boston University Humanities Library Endowed Fund

    Synopsis of the Robert and Sarah Boote Conference in Reductionism and Anti-Reductionism in Physics

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    This document is a synopsis of discussions at the workshop prepared by Nicholaos Jones and Kevin Coffey, with remarks added by by Chuang Liu, John D. Norton, John Earman, Gordon Belot, Mark Wilson, Bob Batterman and Margie Morrison. The program is included in an appendix

    Synopsis of the Robert and Sarah Boote Conference in Reductionism and Anti-Reductionism in Physics

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    This document is a synopsis of discussions at the workshop prepared by Nicholaos Jones and Kevin Coffey, with remarks added by by Chuang Liu, John D. Norton, John Earman, Gordon Belot, Mark Wilson, Bob Batterman and Margie Morrison. The program is included in an appendix

    Aproximación a la cuestión de la semanticidad del signo musical en el teatro contemporáneo

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    The music exists at the theatre from his beginning. However, along the history, the classic comedy, the written drama, has different sense depending on the music. Appia, Meyerhold or Bob Wilson have explained the importance of the music in a staging, an use still polemic nowadays, doubtful, without an unanimous opinion, while the music sounds at the box

    Tax competition among U.S. states: racing to the bottom or riding on a seesaw?

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    This paper provides an empirical analysis of the determination of capital tax policy by U.S. states based on new panel data, a new econometric technique, and a new theoretical model. The analysis is undertaken with a panel data set covering all 48 contiguous states for the period 1969 to 2004 and is guided by the theory of strategic tax competition. The latter suggests that capital tax policy is a function of out-of-state tax policy, in-state and out-of-state economic conditions, and, perhaps most importantly, preferences for government services. Using the Common Correlated Effects Pooled estimator to account for cross-section dependence, and time lags to account for delayed responses, we estimate this reaction function for three state capital tax instruments: the investment tax credit rate, the corporate income tax rate, and the state's capital weight in its multi-state income apportionment formula. We find the slope of the reaction function--i.e., the equilibrium response of in-state to out-of-state tax policy--is negative, contrary to many prior empirical results. We document that a positive slope is obtained when either aggregate time effects or time lags are omitted. We show that the positive slope found in misspecified models is the result of synchronous responses among states to common shocks rather than competitive responses to out-of-state tax policy. While striking given prior findings in the literature, these results are not surprising. The negative sign is fully consistent with qualitative and quantitative implications of the theoretical model developed in this paper. Rather than "racing to the bottom," our findings suggest that states are "riding on a seesaw." ; Formerly titled: Tax Competition and Capital Mobility: Evidence from the U.S. StatesTaxation ; State finance

    Harvey (1987 program)

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    Performed in the spring of 1987. Cast:Myrtle Mae Simmons: Elise RobinsonVeta Louise Simmons: Savannah MorleyElwood P. Dowd: Steve AllenHarvey: HimselfEthel Chauvenet: Melanie McKecknieRuth Kelley, RN: Theresa SimmsDuane Wilson: Dave HullLyman Sanderson, MD: Jim Bob AtkinsonWilliam Chumley, MD: Brad CowertBetty Chumley: Blair ReynoldsJudge Omar Gaffney: Ron TurnerE.J. Lofgren (Cabbie): Charles Whitehttps://scholarworks.harding.edu/theatre-history/1113/thumbnail.jp

    L’esthétique de Bob Wilson : réflexion sur ses dernières oeuvres

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    Shall Mooney Hang?

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    Tom Mooney now languishes in a death cell at San Quentin, awaiting the hangman\u27s snare. Unless Governor Stephens pardons him or President Wilson, as a war measure, takes the entire matter out of the hands of the California authorities, on the 23rd of August the Death March will begin. Mooney will be escorted to the gallows under heavy guard. Robert Bob Minorhttps://digicom.bpl.lib.me.us/books_pubs/1098/thumbnail.jp

    Exile Vol. V No. 2

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    EDITORIAL 4-6 Jamais (poem) by Iris Carroll 6 The Minister\u27s Narcissus by Julia Santucci 7-18 DRAWING by Anne Irgens 12 Solitude (poem) by Christine Condit 18 Island Lady\u27s Bill-Green Sky (poem) by Robert Wehling 19 Looking for Enchantment (poem) by Dennis Trudell 19 Silence (woodcut) by Carol Wilson 20 Saturday Night (story) by Ed Grimm 21-25 On Unemployment (poem) by William Bennett 25 Atlas (poem) by Bob Canary 26 A Psychology of Confrontation (essay) by Barbara Haupt 27-35 Urban (woodcut) by Carol Wilson 36 The Way They Make Guys (story) by Dennis Trudell 37-38 This story [ The Minister\u27s Narcissus ] by Julia Santucci has been awarded the semi-annual EXILE-Denison Bookstore creative writing prize. (pg 18
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