According to his model, the centermost
part of the firm consists of a group of key employees to whom the company offers a long-term commitment and career development plans in return for their versatility and ability to perform different functions and roles within the company's main business activities, that is, for contributing to functional flexibility.
Market analysis shows that Clark County's centermost
city has a trade area of 30,000 people and a single-family income of roughly $64,000.
One need only consider for a moment the events surrounding the impeachment and trial of President Clinton, in which ethical, moral, and legal issues were centermost
, to appreciate how little the U.S.
And, for Chicanas/os at UCLA, African Americans at Rutgers, and American Indians at Michigan State, racial identity and the larger struggle for equality was centermost
in the way the students constructed meaning around their demonstrations.
For the perpendicular strain case, the strain was defined by placing a forcing potential on the two centermost
atoms of each chain, causing the chains to move apart in the middle in a direction perpendicular to the axis.
A multimode feed horn is used to excite the centermost
active elements for economy.
The size gradation provides a sense of depth, while the soft textures of the centermost
plants further obscure the linear path.