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serving to identify or set apart an individual or group

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The university's reputation is the basis for its highly selective demand characteristics.
The demand characteristics of a study (Orne, 1962, 1970) are uncontrolled cues that prompt participants to perform the kinds of behavior that the researcher has hypothesized.
If demand characteristics are important for defining the competitive priorities and process choice within a company, why wouldn't end-customer demand characteristics also be important for defining the process choices across a supply chain?
The store's unique fixturing configuration and its particular customer demand characteristics make for poor compliance of standard plans--and with good reason.
Other ways to go could be index rates - where supply and demand characteristics of the market being served are considered - or incentive rates.
Other ways to go could be index rates--where supply and demand characteristics of the market being served are considered --or incentive rates.
The report strives to provide a holistic picture of supply and demand characteristics of prebiotic ingredients by providing historical data from 2009 and a forecast of market numbers until 2018 along with analysis of revenues and volumes.
Identifying a number of value add strategies, we continue to invest in this high quality, well situated portfolio to take advantage of the strong occupier demand characteristics of the Covent Garden area.
These specialty retailers will be a perfect fit to the neighborhood, according to Spiegelman, who added, "The retail space at 1880 Broadway was extremely well designed and positioned to meet the heart of the demand characteristics of the market which is the better quality, specialty retail concepts that require medium to large sized footprints that otherwise wouldn't be found anywhere in the market.
Category IV represents instructed demand characteristics.
In addition, this report also analyzes the industry existing problems, influencing factors and consumer demand characteristics.