increasing absolute risk aversion
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Iara, also spelled Uira or Yara, is the name of a figure from Brazilian mythology based on ancient Tupi and Guaraní mythology. The word derives from Old Tupi yîara = y + îara (water + lord/lady) = lady of the lake (water queen). She is seen as either a water nymph, siren, or mermaid depending upon the context of the story tol
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The white grape variety (including IAC 74-1) is a new breed interspecific between 10 096 x Seibel Syrah. The crossing of the hybrids was carried out in Brazil. She is described as Table grape used.
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