### Table 4: Simultaneous estimation of the household choices of strategies. Specification I Specification II Specification III

"... In PAGE 13: ...Results of estimations The results of the estimation of the system of equations (1) are shown in Table4 . According to the likelihood-ratio test criterion, the independent error term specifications are rejected in favor of the specifications with the correlated errors.... In PAGE 13: ... Among other variables, changes in household size have a positive effect on the probability of using active strategies. Pensioner households (the omitted dummy category in Table4 ) are significantly less likely to rely on active strategies than other households. Both variables on land ownership have positive and significant coefficients.... In PAGE 16: ...We use Specification II for the simulations because of a substantial drop in the sample size (see Table4 ) in estimation under Specification III due to missing responses on the previous work history question. 15 changes in log-consumption on the set of explanatory variables from specification (II)11 with the addition of three dummies variables for the different types of strategies.... ..."

### Table 2 Abnormal returns surrounding simultaneous call and put option introductions

"... In PAGE 8: ... The methodology is well known in the literature, and therefore, explained briefly in appendix A. Results Table2 reports the average abnormal returns (AAR) and the cumulative average abnormal returns (CAAR) together with the t-statistics for each day in the test period for the sample of 35 simultaneous call and put option listings. The plot of cumulative average abnormal returns is also presented in figure 1.... ..."

### Table I. Cyclic Testing Matrix Mean Strain Level Strain Amplitude

### Table 1. Summary of results. ULP here stands for unlabeled level planar, as defined above.

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"... In PAGE 3: ...Table1 summarizes our current results regarding simultaneous embedding of pairs of planar graphs and relevant previous results. Full details are given in [4].... ..."

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### Table 3--Estimates of the Simultaneous Equation System

"... In PAGE 19: ... Once the lengths of lags are determined, we estimate the simultaneous equations system with the PDLs and appropriate lag length for research investment. Estimation Results The estimated model is presented in Table3 . Two sets of results are reported for the poverty determination equation, corresponding to poverty lines of $1.... ..."

### Table 3. Smallest Simultaneous Signi cance Levels Obtainable With California Plans

"... In PAGE 6: ... With California plans, however, the smallest signi cance level is obtained when m =3and j = n. These minimum available signi cance levels are given in Table3 for selected values of n and r. It is seen that very large background sample sizes are needed to achieve acceptable signi cance levels; depending on state regulations, the number of constituents monitored can range from 5 to 62 (in detection monitor- ing at municipal solid-waste land lls under 40 CFR Part 258) or more for routine monitoring, with more than 100 required annually in some states.... ..."

### Table 1: Estimated coverage probabilities (%) of the 95% confldence level simultaneous

in Assessment of agreement under non-standard conditions using regression models for mean and variance

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"... In PAGE 10: ... The computations were performed with sample size n = 30 for U(x; c1) and with n = 30; 100 for U(x; c2) using FORTRAN 95 and R (R development core team, 2004). Table1 presents the resulting estimates. Table 1 about here.... In PAGE 10: ... Table 1 presents the resulting estimates. Table1 about here. The bootstrap approximation c1 is remarkably accurate for n = 30 as the estimated coverage probabilities are quite close to the target nominal level 95%.... ..."

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### Table 18. Effect of simultaneously reported power levels on combined FEP.

### Table 6. Summary of the theoretical simultaneous metallicity{age estimates obtained from isochrone age tting (1 level, this work) taking into account the Hipparcos parallax. System Geneva Padova CG92

in Consequences of Hipparcos parallaxes for stellar evolutionary models - Three Hyades Binaries: . . .

"... In PAGE 10: ... Conclusion The stellar theoretical models and tracks from Geneva, Padova and CG92 have been tested with well-detached binary systems in the Hyades open cluster: 51 Tau, V818 Tau, and 2 Tau. Firstly, for each of the 3 selected sys- tems, we computed simultaneous metallicity-age solutions to t the two components in the CMD (a summary of the results is given in Table6 , taking into account the Hip- parcos parallax). These results are shown in con dence regions in the (Z,t)-plane.... ..."