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ill

slang Cool or fantastic. Have you heard this track yet? Oh man, it's ill—you're gonna love it!

ill

1. mod. lame; dull; bad. That broad is truly ill and has a face that would stop a clock.
2. and illing and illin’ mod. excellent; cool. We had an ill time at your party. Loved it!
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Miss Illes has been told to expect a reply in two or three weeks' time.
Shock: Nicole Illes found glass (circled below) in her McDonald's Big Mac.
If instead of viewing Louise Moser Illes' Sizing Down as an interesting fieldwork source or as an unintended glimpse into the contradiction- and conflict-filled world of the middle-level functionary, one chooses to read the book only as it is intended, then let this reader have a professional or otherwise vested interest in managing the nuts and bolts of the downsizing process.
Illes borrows heavily from the theoretical frameworks developed by William Bridges (Surviving Corporate Transition [New York: Doubleday, 1988]) and Todd D.
The implications Illes generalizes from a plant closing to other forms of downsizing (such as layoffs) are tenuous.
Though Illes also loses her job, the book does not question the necessity of closing the plant, nor does it do all that much criticizing of executives.
In accepting the closure decision uncritically, Illes emphasizes the measures the company took after the closure announcement to soften the blow to its workers.