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brine

a salt solution used in the curing of meat. Standard ingredients are sodium chloride (15 to 30%) and sodium nitrate (0.15 to 1.50%) but many other ingredients may be added for special effects.

brine shrimp
see artemia.
brine staining
caused by leaky pipes carrying coolant in meat storage cold rooms. The coolant is usually calcium chloride and the stain is a pale green.
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Dr Briner is replacing Dr Michael Brabetz, who as medical director, successfully opened the Medical Centre and the Rehabilitation Clinic at the Waldhotel.
Lester, Turnley, Bloodgood, & Bolino, 2002) and organizational trust (Coyle-Shapiro & Kessler, 2000), and for employees' well-being in general (Conway & Briner, 2002a; Gakovic & Tetrick, 2003; Gracia et al.
These findings offer support to and illustrate findings of previous studies (Cassar & Briner, 2011; Castaing, 2006; Lapointe et al.
Briner and his colleagues looked at the structure of clam's amino acids - the building blocks of proteins - in the fossils of ancient clams.
a subjective cognitive evaluation of a perceived rather than an objective agreement), violation is a strong affective reaction to unfulfilled expectations that could lead to adverse outcomes such as anger, disappointment, resentment, feelings of wrongful harm, and other emotional distress (Morrison and Robinson, 1997; Conway and Briner, 2005).
Most studies that came after Rousseau (1989) focused on breaches of psychological contracts (Conway & Briner, 2002; Conway & Briner, 2005; Coyle-Shapiro, 2002; Hattori, 2010; Robinson et al.
To reconstruct the glacier's advance from east to west during earlier, cooler years, Briner and his colleagues examined sediment samples from Glacial Lake Morten and Iceboom Lake, two glacier-fed bodies of water that sit along the glacier's path of expansion.
Carney will be attending Western Michigan University where she plans to study childhood education, and Briner will be studying at Michigan Technological University where he will pursue a degree in engineering.
Those in attendance at the ground breaking included: Ed Messer, Construction Management; Nick Zaccaria, Bell Aquaculture; Nick Pranger, Construction Management; Gabe Pranger, Construction Management; Steve Summerfelt, The Conservation Fund; Joe Hankins, The Conservation Fund; Mike Hines, Bell Aquaculture; Steve Hart, Indiana Soybean Alliance; Norman McCowan, Bell Aquaculture; Brian Baldwin, Bell Aquaculture; Ann Baldwin, Bell Aquaculture; Josh Pranger, Construction Management; Bruce Baldwin, Muncie-Delaware County Economic Development Alliance; and Mike Swinford, Briner Construction.
Club member Robin Grant Briner of Baldwinville, a licensed practical nurse, "took over like a Little League coach and told us all what to do, and we hit a home run," said Mr.
Yearta, Maitlis e Briner (1995) observaram que diversas organizacoes utilizam um sistema de metas com o objetivo de motivar os empregados e, assim, aumentar os resultados das empresas.
While the notion of the 'psychological contract' can be traced to the writings of Argyris, Levinson, Schein and the social exchange theorists of the 1960s (Anderson and Schalk 1998; Conway and Briner 2005: 7-14), the concept has only recently found its way into the mainstream of academic and practitioner thinking about the employment relationship.