Synonyms for degroot or Related words with degroot
Examples of "degroot"
56. Saskatchewan Roughriders Lorne
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retired from coaching after the 1952 season.
– "72 Hours" for "The Lost Coast"
Born in Scranton, Pennsylvania,
graduated from Roosevelt University and earned master's and doctor's degrees from the University of Chicago.
joined Carnegie Mellon in 1957 and became a University Professor, the school's highest faculty position.
It is possible to examine the outcome of the
learning process in large societies,
where the integral is taken over the whole set formula_4 (
, pp 121).
(June 8, 1931 – November 2, 1989) was an American statistician.
Cecil Rice (1859–1939) was an American author and vexillographer from Hamilton, Ontario.
is an agglutinated from of the Dutch surname De Groot. It may refer to:
died at the age of 70 on May 5, 1970 at his home in El Cajon, California.
Cecil Rice was a direct descendant of Edmund Rice an early immigrant to Massachusetts Bay Colony as follows.
10-Kelly Strand (OH); 9-Toni Tedeschi (MB); Dave
(head coach); Burt Fuller and Max Kernaghan (asst. coaches)
–Marschak method (BDM), named after Gordon M. Becker, Morris H.
and Jacob Marschak for the 1964 "Behavioral Science" paper, "Measuring Utility by a Single-Response Sequential Method" is an incentive-compatible procedure used in experimental economics to measure willingness to pay (WTP).
learning refers to a rule-of-thumb type of social learning process. The idea was stated in its general form by the American statistician Morris H.
; antecedents were articulated by John R. P. French and Frank Harary. The model has been used in physics, computer science and most widely in the theory of social networks.
The Dons' head coach was "Dud"
, a Stanford football player who had gone on to earn a PhD from that institution.
had served as head coach of the NFL's Washington Redskins in 1944 and 1945 before jumping over to the rival AAFC for its debut 1946 season.
was a member of the United States rugby team that won an Olympic gold medal during the 1924 competition in Paris. A journal by
about the activities of this Olympic rugby team was published throughout 23 days during July 1924 by the newspaper, The Call.
This connection to Hemingway was reinforced by a one-man play called "Papa" by John
, which debuted in 1996. Set during a "Life" magazine photo session in 1959,
has the character utter the phrase as a means of illustrating Hemingway’s brevity. In "Playbill",
defended his portrayal of Hemingway by saying, "Everything in the play is based on events as described by Ernest Hemingway, or those who knew him well. Whether or not these things actually happened is something we’ll never know truly. But Hemingway and many others claimed they did."
In both 1923 and 1924,
was the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America, 4A, ICAAAA, or IC4A, backstroke champion.
, previously head football coach at West Virginia, was hired to take over the Lobos football program after Huffman's firing. Under DeGroot's watch, the Lobos compiled a record of 13–17 in three seasons, which saw the Lobos' fortunes improve on the field.
saw how limited his talents were and decided to concentrate and gamble on an all-out defense. Every facet of defense
had coached over 30 years came into being at practices. A dedicated and aggressive defense devised by
and his relentless assistants brought UNM unofficial "Defensive Team of the Year" honors by all of the major wire services. The season totals were a 7–2 record with five shutouts. The Lobos allowed just 46 points in nine games, an average of 5.1 a game.
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