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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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The High Court might, of course, be perfectly right to restrict the unconscionable dealing doctrine by holding the Ds of this world to extremely low standards of commercial morality in dealing--here to a responsibility simply to refrain from naked exploitation--but if the goal in this context is to protect the transactionally 'vulnerable' when their (very serious) vulnerabilities are sufficiently known to their transactional opponents, a doctrine that is directed only at regulating against interpersonal exploitation is hardly significant protection against non-consensual transfers of value via the facilitative institution of contract.
This study differentiates between emotionally engaged and transactionally engaged workers.
Live MySQL Backup coordinates with MySQL and NetJapan's proprietary copy-on-write subsystem to ensure transactionally consistent, live database backups.
313, 321-22 (2011) ("Without explicitly addressing the general ban on claim splitting, the Cooper Court permitted the absent class members to pursue individual claims of discrimination even though those claims were transactionally related to the pattern claims adjudicated in the class action.
To become agile, organizations must first embrace SWP, which means that the HC function has to be working strategically with the business leaders rather than transactionally --one of the three imperatives highlighted earlier.
These authors envision the relationship between the socio-cultural and the cognitive as relating transactionally in a nested relationship, with literacy learning occurring within the context of socio-culturally constructed literacy practices.
Unlike mentoring, coaching tends to be more transactionally specific, as when firms provide coaches to smooth the transition for a unique work assignment (Black et al.
"We've gone from being transactionally oriented--handling reinsurance renewals year after year--to behaving more like consultants to clients' businesses." That means different things to different people, Harrison said, so brokers need to develop extremely intimate, good relationships with clients because each one is unique.
He told delegates the idea was not to touch taxpayers' money currently budgeted for public healthcare services, but rather to partner with the private sector in a number of ways, including transactionally. Government could for instance buy out bulk services from the private sector at favourable rates.
Mortgage Builder's hosted delivery model let us open our doors with an industry-leading LOS platform while incurring costs transactionally," she said.
However they are still considered to be too generic and not as specific and transactionally oriented as the domestic anti-conduit rules.
He recommends Prithvi Theatre in Mumbai and Alliance Francaise in Bengaluru as two fine examples of artplaces, saying that "a habitable and engaging architecture can also be transactionally and symbolically impressive".

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