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serving to identify or set apart an individual or group

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If Bill C-20 passes, child pornography as defined by the Criminal Code will also include "any written material the dominant characteristic of which is the description, for a sexual purpose, of sexual activity" with a person under the age of 18 that would be a Criminal Code offence.
They found that employees who work for supportive managers, where trust and respect are the dominant characteristics of the relationship, report less stress and greater productivity.
Within this third stroke of the transition phase, graffiti's dominant characteristic is the transition away from drawings altogether to words.
said: "Future [polyolefin industry] development will continue to be led by specialties, but on an increasingly broad front to the extent that specialties may become the dominant characteristic of the industry.
Nationalism, sadly, is still a dominant characteristic of the societies of many UfM members, and threatens to distort political calculations that should otherwise safely point to the conclusion that, in this day and age of interdependence, mutual engagement can reap whopping benefits.
I tipped Craig to be a top manager years ago and, while I'm not trying to underestimate the job he has on his hands at the club where he's become the sixth manager in the last four years, he brings one dominant characteristic to Tannadice.
The definition of obscenity in the Criminal Code includes "any publication a dominant characteristic of which is the undue exploitation of sex, or of sex and any one or more of the following subject, namely, crime, horror, cruelty, and violence".
From the time I began I do not think that in my entire output you will find a character with a single dominant characteristic.
A subsection stated that "any publication, a dominant characteristic of which is the undue exploitation of sex.
The indices are organized in accordance with a comprehensive classification framework - the MSCI Hedge Fund Classification Standard(SM) - that uses the investment process of hedge fund managers as the dominant characteristic to classify funds and define strategy indices.
The dominant characteristic of these successful introductions was convenience.
Now Variable F sig Dominant Characteristics 0/851 0/49 Organizational Leadership 0/056 0/99 Management of Employees 0/134 0/97 Organization Glue 0/968 0/426 Criteria of Success 1/157 0/331 Strategic Emphases 0/076 0/98 Preferred Variable F Sig Dominant Characteristics 0/006 1 Organizational Leadership 0/163 0/957 Management of Employees 0/170 0/954 Organization Glue 1/174 0/323 Criteria of Success 0/516 0/724 Strategic Emphases 3/701 0/006 Table 3: the results of LSD test for investigating relationship between age and organizational culture.
Instead, corruption, nepotism, mismanagement of public resources, and the absence of law and order as well as the growing tendency of undemocratic practices has become the dominant characteristics of the national and state governments.
At the conference, Simon will also present a tool to help businesses called the Organizational Cultural Assessment Instrument (OCAI), which assesses a company's dominant characteristics and leadership style, management of employees, organizational glue, strategic emphasis and criteria of success.
Its three dominant characteristics are its individual-based election method, representation or delegation, and its majority-based nature.