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The WBG continues to remain in the words of former VP and Nobel Prize winner Al Gore “missing in action” as it reluctantly gives up on financing fossil fuel projects – despite all its rhetoric on sustainability.III.
Where applicable, the Promoter reserves the right to refuse to allow the Prize winner or any of their companions to take part in any or all aspects of the Prize if the Promoter determines, in its absolute discretion, that the Prize winner (or any of their companions where applicable) are not in the mental or physical condition necessary to be able to safely participate in or use the Prize.
Samuelson, the Novel Prize winner, the world knows of three kinds of economic systems.
In the run-‐up to the Olympics, the Chinese government detained numerous human rights defenders, religious practitioners, ethnic minorities, lawyers and journalists in laojiao camps.133 One of them was 2010 Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo.
The ONE (1) Grand Prize winner will receive a $10,000 Trek Bikes shopping spree valid for up to $10,000 MSRP in Trek bicycles, including any and all corresponding taxes, shipping, assembly, and handling fees.
In the event of noncompliance, or if OSG does not receive a signed Consent back from the potential Prize winner within five (5) days from the delivery of the Consent to the entrant, then such potential winner shall forego any right or entitlement to the Prize.
If a Prize winner fails to respond to the Promoter's Notification, or fails to provide an email address and other proof of identity, proof of age and/or proof of residency as requested by the Promoter, within 7 days of Notification, the Prize winner will forfeit the Prize.
The Valley Land Fund will select 10 finalists, 3 winners from each age division, and 1 Grand Prize winner.
RANDOM DRAWING: One (1) Grand Prize winner will be selected in a random drawing held within one (1) week of the Promotion end date from among all eligible entries.
This approach, pioneered by Nobel Prize winner Wassily Leontif, has been refined by the U.S. Department of Commercein the form of the Regional Input-Output Modelling System, or “RIMS II”.