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n. December. (Securities markets. Futures and options trading.) The bean futures for des fell out of bed yesterday. Sell the aks and buy the des.
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It enables companies to create new resources both more cheaply and more quickly than their competitors (Lumpkin & Dess, 2001).
Additionally, more reduction in the number of the search point Si's achieved using the proposed DESS. The Early Search Termination algorithm is summarized in the following sub-sections.
To date, the DESS has shown a 47% reduction in energy compared to traditional natural gas heating systems and a 39% reduction compared to electric systems.
Entretanto, Lumpkin e Dess (1996) apontam uma importante distincao entre elas: a proatividade refere-se a como a organizacao transforma oportunidades em novos negocios, ao passo que a agressividade competitiva tem foco nos competidores, tratando de como as organizacoes respondem as tendencias e demandas que ja existem no mercado.
Although the research in the area of the utilization of DES for C[O.sub.2] capture is premature, among the relatively few studies that reported different combinations of DES for C[O.sub.2] absorption, those DESs based on choline chloride have proved to be the most efficient ones so far.
Preparation of DESs. All of the chemicals used in DESs preparations were dried at 60[degrees]C for 24h.
By using the DESS intraoral scan bodies, Carestream Dental CS 3600 intraoral scanner users can produce superior implant restorations using DESS titanium bases, which have the first FDA-approved industrially preconditioned sandblasted surface applied to the cementable portion of the ti base.
The ability to innovate "refers to a willingness to support creativity and experimentation in introducing new products/services, and novelty, technological leadership and R&D in developing new processes" (Lumpkin & Dess, 1996, p.
Competitive pressure to maintain or expand PCI volume shares compelled cardiologists to adopt DESs more quickly.
In some studies, CE is described as an entire process of the development where established corporations work by following innovativeness, risk-taking and proactiveness activities (Dess et al.
In this study, a series of DESs mixing ChCl and HBDs at different ratios were used to extract COG, AOG, and AOR from red hot chili peppers.
To deal with the diagnosis problem of DESs precisely, stochastic discrete event systems (SDESs) were proposed by Lunze and Schroder [10].
When Ivan entrusts Pedro's five-year-old granddaughter into Dess care and he then leaves the child alone, it is the last straw.
EO consists of five dimensions within the organizational context (Lumpkin & Dess, 1996): innovativeness, risk-taking, proactiveness, competitive aggressiveness, and autonomy.
UK-based exploration and production company Egdon Resources plc (AIM: EDR) has reached agreement to acquire an additional 20% interest in Petroleum Exploration and Production Licence PEDL068 from DESS Energy Ltd.