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trans·ac·tion

(tranz-ak'shŭn),
1. Interaction arising from the encounter of two or more persons.
2. In transactional analysis, the unit of analysis involving a social stimulus and a response.

transaction

A life event (e.g., graduation, marriage, divorce, criminal act, special award, etc.) which can be used to locate a person in a database.

transaction

The interaction of a person with others, esp. one in which items on an agenda, finances, or ideas are discussed.
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Meanwhile, 16 males and two females were infected with HIV after engaging in doing both types of transactional sex.
With today's highly competitive and sophisticated market, investors, buyers, sellers and organizations are starting to realize the value of environmental and transactional risk insurance as risk management tools.
The information on transactional sex in Liberia among young people is limited.
Thus, transactional distance becomes a function of the interaction between dialogue and structure: "as dialogue increases, transactional distance decreases [and] as structure increases, transactional distance also increases" (Moore, 2007, p.
We have designed a compact data structure called transactional patternbase which is based on the following observations.
The multifactor leadership questionnaire, known as the MLQ, is most commonly used to measure transformational and transactional leadership styles and has been used to investigate gender differences (Antonakis, Avolio, & Sivasubramaniam, 2003; Avolio, Bass, & Jung, 1999; Bass & Avolio, 1995).
This has resulted in a growing demand for transactional services with high added value, particularly within 'business community' structures.
MySQL now includes the ACID-compliant InnoDB transactional storage engine, which is designed for very high performance and scalability when processing large data volumes and under high concurrency.
At the transactional level, practitioners also point out that enterprise resource planning, or ERP, systems are still on the CFO radar screen, in both the private and the government sectors.
In particular, while ACM and ASA Investerings involved relatively short-lived capital transactions, UPS involved a transactional arrangement encompassing its standard, day-to-day package delivery activities.
Broadly, the reported income of Canadian taxpayers engaged in transactions with other members of controlled groups of which they are members in circumstances that are integrated functionally is measured with reference to transactional terms and conditions, including pricing, that would have been present in the absence of organizational and other unique relationships among the parties to the transactions.
The issue for companies today is not whether they want transactional capabilities on their Web sites, Berkley says, but whether they want to build the software themselves.

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