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congruence

functionally normal bone orientation within a normal joint
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Relative Absorptive Capacity and Its Conceptualization as Overlapping Knowledge and Cognitive Congruence
In Study 1, we began to explore the relationship between religiousness and sexual congruence.
Wherever organizational congruence lives, there are ultimately fewer roadblocks to success, greater resolve to achieve, and a self-correcting network that quickly redirects any out of sync or non-essential energy, effort, and resources back toward its purpose.
The relationship between justice-president congruence and the ideological distance between the president and Senate at the time of confirmation is weaker and sensitive to the test chosen.
Application Congruence offers three types of services: (1) Job Application Services [Review of Resume, Cover Letter and Job related essays] (2) University Admissions Services [Review of personal statements and other application requirements] (3) Career Coaching
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Secondly, it may be said that higher the congruence between the personal and perceived organizational values of fairness, openness, logic and moral integrity higher will be the affective and normative commitments.
Specifically, in the setting of a Wiberg 3 or Hunter's cap patella (especially in combination with a flat trochlea) bony tilt and articular congruence may co-exist in the absence of abnormally high pressure distributions.
Some single-country longitudinal studies have tried to explain opinion-policy congruence using variables that do vary in the medium run, like the party in power or the size of the majority in parliament.
The measure of congruence in this research attempts to deal with the quantitative values ascribed by participants to the top three environmental typologies on the SDS.
These studies use different metrics of media-market congruence, and they
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