Although my research hasn't provided me any convincing data that such relationships actually work in the short or long-term, I thought it may be politic to examine some of the dynamics in some clearly delineable
prototypes of multiple partner relationships.
The representational view makes four key assumptions: context is a form of information, it is delineable
, it is stable, and it is independent from the underlying activity.
Su geografia, nada homogenea, no es delineable
en un mapa con contornos precisos.
The distribution of property rights over the delineable
and verifiable attributes of an asset in a supply chain and the arrangements that coordinate them are related to risk sharing among the agents in the supply chain and to liquidity (promptness to provide cash inflows).
as a delineable
area encompassing all attributes of the biosphere immediately above or below the earth's terrestrial surface, including the soil, terrain, surface hydrology, the near-surface climate, sediments and associated groundwater reserve, the biological resources, and the human settlement pattern and infrastructure resulting from human activity.
For example, Kanungo, Sadavarti, and Srinivas (2001) provide that innovative type cultures are closely associated with firms having a delineable
The above quotation highlights the allusions to God in our Arts' Literary tradition globally; that of British and American Literatures are delineable
from this also.