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change (of life)

menopause. The change of life affects each woman differently. Jill started the change when she was forty-seven.

change

n. money. (see also and change.) It takes a lot of change to buy a car like that.
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The teaching assistants indicated that the changing group members had to communicate to adapt as they navigated through the change within the assignment.
Finding work that needs doing in changing global contexts.
The trend of life/health insurers changing names to build corporate branding slowed by nearly half in 2000, with 24 companies changing names to reflect affiliations with larger, more well-known companies.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) was enacted to improve health insurance availability for individuals who lose health care coverage due to changing or losing their jobs.
97-27, relating to the rules for changing accounting methods with the consent of the Commissioner.
In our rapidly changing environment, "change is something many companies have little choice but to embrace" (Kramer, 1993, p.
Shorter product cycles and the ensuing need for continuous introduction of new products, strong global competition, changing political and business climate will force companies to operate in an uncertain and constantly changing technological environment to suit market conditions.
If the ship is moving along in the water, the new CEO may be better off, at the outset anyway in fine-tuning the process versus changing the direction.
Even so, the system is changing, and along with that, so are the answers to the policymakers' questions about the relationship of instrument settings to ultimate outcomes.
Staying on top of the changing requirements over a sustained period of time is probably the most difficult part of managing our business today.
We understand that automating and managing processes in an environment where business needs are continually changing is critical.
Section 446(e) of the Code requires the taxpayer to obtain the Commissioner's consent before changing any method of accounting.
If you're changing colors more often these days, follow these guidelines for selecting and operating a hot-runner system that will save you time and material.
In general, the loan officers' perceptions were fairly consistent over the two types of audit reports for companies changing an accounting principle.
IN 1973, ARTHUR MCANALLY AND ROBERT DOWNS authored a seminal article on the changing role of the university library director.