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Note that industry munificence also had significant positive correlations with all three performance measures.
Ethiopia, a major benefactor of Israeli munificence is proceeding with plans to dam the Nile.
They have to hire a driver or depend on the graciousness and munificence of a male relative to get anywhere by car.
Their munificence helps everyone, even man's best friends
I also reiterate my call to all to assist and support our fellow brothers in Somalia who are experiencing an unprecedented famine and to make prompt and generous donations taking inspiration from this month of giving and munificence which calls us to take a serious position in front of Somalia's crisis which is turning into a humanitarian disaster.
If it continues to target businesses effectively, and does indeed provide much-needed jobs as promised, then we will accept things can never be as they were before, and that we can never bask in the NWDA's munificence again.
The munificence has continued despite the US financial crisis, and includes Washington's effective donation last year to Israel of two dozen of the next-generation F-35 stealth fighter jet as part of its pledge to maintain Israel's "technological edge" over its rivals in the region.
According to the Pope the order of merit is for "gentlemen of proven loyalty to the Holy See who, by reason of their nobility of birth and the renown of their deeds or the degree of their munificence, are deemed worthy to be honoured by a public expression of esteem on the part of the Holy See".
This kind of a social equation makes the economic prosperity of the technologically, financially 'archaic segment' dependent upon the munificence of the 'top segment'.
The munificence of these public agencies has become public knowledge entirely because they are public agencies.
It's been about eight years since the ministry of commerce showered its munificence on hotels and restaurants, but we have not seen the benefit being passed on to us -- the thirsty consumers.
It is one way the ROM is recognizing their generosity--a munificence that helped to make Renaissance ROM one of the most successful cultural fundraising campaigns in Canada.
Environmental munificence is the availability of resources in the environment to support growth strategies (McArthur & Nystrom, 1991).
Munificence can be defined as the degree of availability of critical resources on the supply side and the degree of sales opportunities on the sales side (Dess and Beard, 1984; Castrogiovanni, 1991).
The gala reopening was on June 14, with the first performance of a new, definitely-not-Rococo Dieter Dorn production of Mozart's Idomeneo (recently released on DVD), an opera that, thanks to the enlightened munificence of another Bavarian Elector, Karl Theodor, had its premiere at the Cuvillies during Karnival celebrations on Jan.