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the cutting part of a sharp instrument

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especially a leaf of grass or the broad portion of a leaf as distinct from the petiole

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a dashing young man

something long and thin resembling a blade of grass

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a cut of beef from the shoulder blade

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a broad flat body part (as of the shoulder or tongue)

the part of the skate that slides on the ice

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According to the group engagement model (Blader & Tyler, 2009; Tyler & Blader, 2003), process fairness can offer a foundation upon which the individual employee can evaluate his or her status in an organization; when individuals feel that there is fairness in their interacting process with the organization and the people in authority, they believe they are respected and become proud of the organization in which they are employed, thereby being stimulated to identify with the organization, which, in turn, moves them to perform discretionary (e.
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Blader analyzed came from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Hospital Discharge Survey and also showed that in 1996-2007, payment for the psychiatric hospitalizations underwent a significant shift away from private insurance coverage and toward an increased share of the hospitalizations paid for by government agencies, most typically Medicaid.
According to the group engagement model (Tyler and Blader, 2003), individuals make two basic status evaluations with regard to the places in which they work--an organizational status evaluation and an evaluation of their own status within the organization.
Moreover, self-interest theory is one of the predominate explanations that have been examined widely in the psychology of justice literature for understanding procedural effects observed in studies of perceptions of fairness (Tyler & Blader, 2000).
For Aldrich's moody nocturnal black and white Blader substitutes searing daylight shot in saturated color, and she reimagines his blond on the run as a black woman.
A road mightrequire minimal maintenance on an annual basis with chip seal for patching potholes, yet compare this to an average major maintenance of once every month with a blader, a water truck, and a roller.
Professor Steven Blader Says Focus on Respect, Not Sales, Budget and Headcount
Focusing on multiple social identity groups relevant to organizational life, Blader and Tyler found that organizational identification mediated the relationship between organization-focused procedural justice and organization-focused outcomes.
Blader, a researcher in the division of child and adolescent psychiatry at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
The Coventry RAFA also meets tomorrow at the Douglas Blader House HQ, Lythalls Lane at 8pm, and the Nuneaton branch, Royal British Legion at the Ex Services Club, Coton Road at 8pm.
the stunning sunset over the Hollywood Hills from the Griffith Observatory - the weather in California is almost perfect, cool at night and lovely heat during the day PICTURES: Adam Fradgley BUSKER BLADER.
After this decidedly modern blast of chauvinism, it's back to pomo territory, with a somewhat tiresome lecture on chaos theory by self-described "Venice Beach roller blader, healer, and spiritual seeker" Marcella Greening.
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