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also known as

Known by another name or description. Often abbreviated "AKA" or "a.k.a." both in speech and in writing. The Affordable Care Act, also known as "Obamacare," came into effect in 2014.
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also-ran

Someone who is unimportant or unsuccessful. The phrase originated in horse racing. That guy is definitely an also-ran—his best days in the league are far behind him.

not only (something), but (also) (something else)

Being, doing, or having one thing as well as something else. She not only speaks five languages, but she is an extraordinary pianist as well. The city is not only very cool and trendy, but also surprisingly affordable.
See also: but, not

they also serve who (only) stand and wait

It is sometimes as important, praiseworthy, or purposeful to be patient, idle, or inactive as to be at the forefront of some activity. I dedicate this song to anyone who has a family member or loved one serving in the military, for they also serve who only stand and wait. I know you may feel like you're unimportant when you're on the sidelines during the game, but we rely on you just as much as those who start on the field from the very first whistle. Remember that they also serve who only stand and wait.
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also-ran

someone of no significance. (From horse racing, used of a horse that finishes a race but that does not finish among the money winners.) Oh, he's just another also-ran. Ignore the also-rans.

They also serve who only stand and wait.

Prov. Sometimes you must be patient and do nothing, even though you would like to be actively helping. (From John Milton's poem, "On His Blindness.") Jill: Can I help? Jane: No, we've got enough people helping. Jill: But I want to help. Jane: They also serve who only stand and wait.
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also-ran

Loser, failure, unsuccessful individual, as in Jane feared that her candidate, a terrible speaker, would end up as an also-ran, or As for getting promotions, Mark counted himself among the also-rans. This term comes from racing, where it describes a horse that finishes in fourth place or lower or does not finish a race at all. It first appeared in the 1890s in published racing results, and has since been transferred to losers in any kind of competition, and also more broadly to persons who simply don't do well.

also ran

A loser. The term comes from late nineteenth-century horse racing, where it signified a horse that ran a race but failed to win, place, or show. It was later broadened to any kind of competitor—in an election or other contest—who lost.
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The current findings is also in line with studies that portrays these patriarchal traits and outlook as always conflicting with the ambitions of female entrepreneurs determined to redesign work environments and become sole proprietors regardless of gender biases (Orhan & Scoot, 2001; Winn, 2005).
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Whether the running process of the business is done by entrepreneurs or by other delegated personnel, understanding the impact of the age and gender of these individuals on their ability to strategically innovate would definitely shed the light on a gap in research with regards to strategic innovation (Alsos, Ljunggren, & Hytti, 2013).
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Os processoschave dessa visao sao coordenacao, integracao e aprendizagem (ALSOS et al., 2007).
In fact, some studies found that male enterprises stood out compared to female ones, because women did not often seek external capital (ALSOS, ISAKSEN, LJUNGGREN, 2006; WATSON, 2002), partly because they were more reluctant to take risks (CARTER, 2002).
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