For example, if a species was designated as an avoider
by two studies but showed no response in a third study, it was considered an avoider
in the one-designation temperate data set.
Doing so, however, is disabling and unproductive for your Avoider
are said to be more difficult to manage, but their resistance may be beneficial.
Power and Associates last issued the Avoider
Study in December 2010.
The majority of the population are Risk Avoiders
, with 65 per cent preferring to make no decision at all rather than take a chance.
The 2009 Avoider
Study is based on responses from nearly 45,000 owners who registered a new vehicle in May or June 2009.
Analyzing each of these psychographic clusters by type of insurance plan, RIS concluded that Avoiders
participating in HMO-type plans had better persistence rates at the end of twelve months than Avoiders
who participated in traditional insurance plans.
Power and Associates 2006 Avoider
Study(SM) released today.
I'm not really seeking a job though, I'm more of a job avoider
-- Desperate Avoiders
are stressed about their finances in general and can be overwhelmed by their debts.
I AM up there with Jimmy Carr because I, too, am a tax avoider
Hancock is the latest unpleasant specimen to make the case for an honours system which automatically removes awards from creeps, perverts and the rest - including tax avoider
Gary Barlow - who by their bad behaviour forfeit our respect.
GEORGE Osborne's efforts to chase wealthy tax avoiders
is "woefully inadequate", says an MPs' report.
LABOUR will do a full review of tax laws and the Treasury to clamp down on big business tax avoiders
, Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell announced yesterday.
Jennie Granger, Director General for Enforcement and Compliance, HMRC, said: Tax avoiders
are running out of options.