Hence, it clearly appears, that the same advantage which a republic has over a democracy, in controlling
the effects of faction, is enjoyed by a large over a small republic, -- is enjoyed by the Union over the States composing it.
He says that comments that take the form of open-ended questions, praise, and reader responses are least controlling
, while "corrections, criticism, and commands" are the most controlling
BB&T operates the third largest depository institution in the market, controlling
deposits of $48.
Once the critical variables are identified, and the means of measuring them and their effect on the CTQs are established, the means of capably controlling
process variability can be investigated.
The IRS held in that ruling, a gift situation, that it would no longer attribute to an individual family member shares held by other family members in determining whether transferred shares should be valued as part of a controlling
An investigation undertaken by Levenson (1973) has demonstrated a positive relationship between parental protectiveness and controlling
behaviors to scores on the powerful others scale.
This combination of pre- and post-admission controls provides enterprises with a simple, proven, and affordable means of integrating security into their LAN infrastructure and controlling
access to business resources and applications.
, and recording instrumentation includes handheld digital and analog pyrometers, infrared thermometers, thermocouple sensors, scanners and controllers.
ii) Any company that the foreign bank or affiliated company controls or is presumed to control under paragraph (b)(1) of this section if the company is engaged in acquiring or controlling
merchant banking investments and the proceeds of the covered transaction are used for the purpose of funding the company's merchant banking investment activities.