adjustments mainly reflect data limitations and differences in country attribution.
But let me begin with a look at the theory of definition that Dancy thinks is at work in the definitional
This requires an investigation of the special symbiotic relationship between the interactive market process and their definitional
capacities (Proposition 2).
In the forum of a definitional
ceremony, the client seeking a consultation would be asked to identify family and cultural community members who have significant "resonance" for her or him.
For his test case, Schiappa chooses the most heated definitional
controversy available: whether the unborn human fetus is a person.
The potential purchase of embrace, according to Schiappa, is more productive resolution of definitional
While it is true that Kirk's book "named" conservatism in America--and in doing so, incited definitional
controversies which remain with us to this day--it is also clear that Kirk's work relates to the partisanship of its time, and ours, in a most eccentric way.
We are using three definitional
descriptors that, when combined, express our unique added value: the promotion of positive youth assets (not in a marketing sense--I mean working with strengths not deficits), an intact community, and experiential education.
The volume is well organized with introductory and concluding editorial statements for each of five sections: definitional
issues, psychological and motivational problems, evolutionary biology, neurobiological aspects and the question of altruistic behaviors among animals, and finally religious considerations.
The sheer size of the boomers, a generation born between the generally accepted definitional
years of 1947 and 1964 has had enormous social and economic impact on America.
It will focus on important issues that appraisers will have to address--such as scope of work, definitional
concerns, requisite accounting knowledge, and finding new applications for old skills.
While the authors are aware of the definitional
differences among different data sets from public and private sources, they seem oblivious to the most critical definitional
problem in any of this analysis--the distinction between establishments (a single location where economic activity takes place) and the enterprise or firm (the total legal or operational entity of one or more enterprises).