detractor

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About Afghanistan, he said, Pakistan will continue to support all efforts for enduring and permanent peace in Afghanistan and warned against detractors and spoilers of these efforts.
The difference between the likelihood of promoters to repurchase from a company and detractors to repurchase from a company ranges from 78 percentage-points for computer & tablet makers down to 60 percentage-points for supermarkets.
Another Hooda detractor, former Union minister Kumari Selja, has also criticised his style of functioning.
In the past, we used to track and promote our NPS scores pretty heavily internally and loved the simplicity of a single metric to demonstrate whether our dealer customers were likely to be promoters or detractors of Cars.
CDATA[ Many of Israelas detractors on the left argue that Israelas democracy is in a state of decline.
com quizzes are unique in that they offer four-layer randomization: 1) the questions included, 2) the order of the questions, 3) the detractors included for each question, and 4) the order of the detractors for each question.
By subtracting the number of detractors from the number of promoters, Satmetrix then calculated a 'net promoter' score, a crude but effective measure of loyalty that an independent study by the London School of Economics (LSE) in 2005 found "may be useful not only in predicting sales growth but also predicting share performance and employee productivity".
SIR - I have come to the conclusion that the detractors of renewable energy, whether that be by turbine, barrage or any other means, will be one day living in some sort of plastic domes, still with their heads in the sand, in specific areas of natural beauty dotted around Wales while the rest of us will be gasping our lungs out surrounded by power stations fuelled with coal and oil, until the lights go out.
In doing so, we become what many in the customer experience and loyalty industry refer to as 'detractors' of the company--and detractors are very bad for business.
6m, there was an absolute furore among his detractors.
The United Nations racism conference was held in Geneva last week and the world did not stop turning, as the event's detractors wanted us to believe.
However, it is vitally important that we show our detractors that we are not monsters.
Plans to open the store initially drew protests from the surrounding neighborhood, but no detractors appeared in the crowd Thursday.
In the midst of battling many detractors, a mass of competing organizations has emerged in the political arena.
His decision has the backing of the majority of French citizens; his detractors are comparing his decision to the Nazi policy of rounding up Jews during WWII, a position Sarkozy, of course, flatly denies and ridicules.