1. an industrial conurbation in northeastern China on the southern end of the Liaodong Peninsula; it now includes the cities of Dalian and Lushun
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  • It is a public good with two attributes - “non-rivalrous competition” and non-excludability - meaning it is difficult to prevent others from enjoying its benefits. B2fxxx
  • Unfortunately the investigations undertaken for this end have for a long time been fruitless, for the preconceived paludal theory has led investigators to occupy themselves exclusively with the inferior organisms inhabiting marshes. Scientific American Supplement, No. 458, October 11, 1884
  • These permanently domiciled non-citizens were includable in the population of the states where they resided. The Volokh Conspiracy » “Congress Should Reapportion Representatives Only on the Basis of Citizen Populations”
  • All interesting, and potentially includable, but, of course, space is limited and those who make the final cut are either contemporary composers whose profile is such that you cannot ignore them (e.g. Lindberg and Adès) or simply either reflect the enthusiasms of myself and fellow contributors. Laurence Vittes: Want to Know More About Classical Music? Read Joe Staines' Rough Guide to Classical Music
  • My comrade is English, I am Irish," said Ludar, "and unless we have food forthwith, we are not even that. Sir Ludar A Story of the Days of the Great Queen Bess
  • Because of these "nonrival" and "nonexcludable" characteristics, Flaubert's publisher would have a more difficult time coming up with a business plan than the petunia farmer. The Public Domain Enclosing the Commons of the Mind
  • Lancisi was completely imbued with the paludal notion, and consequently believed that the very severe malaria of Cistema was brought by the winds from the coast marshes, instead of being produced in the soil surrounding the district, which was then covered by this forest. Scientific American Supplement, No. 458, October 11, 1884
  • The menu design reflects to an extent the costs of excludability of various religious goods, and the menu-monitoring approach implicitly allows some free-riding to dynamically foster commitment. Archive 2008-04-01
  • Kulf-faluda or gula jamun sweet, cream-flled dessert THE PROGRAM
  • He instructs the masters to lecture regularly according to the statutes and to explain the text of Aristotle, "de puncto in punctum," and, holding that fear and reverence are the life-blood of scholastic discipline, he repeats an injunction which we find in 1336, that the students in Arts are to sit not on benches or raised seats, but on (p.  144) the floor, "ut occasio superbiae a juvenibus secludatur. Life in the Medieval University
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