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While assigned to Munich she also served as Deputy, and then later, as the Chief of the Intelligence Division, 66th MI Brigade.
In the thousands of pages that have been written about the development of the atomic bomb, it is hard to find a clear answer to the question of which Manhattan Project scientists knew that there was no German bomb project (there is also the question of when they knew it).
With approval from the Secretary of War, a second phase of the Alsos mission (officially designated Alsos II) was organized to enter a new theater of operations.
Then, during the war, some "military assignments were also worked on," but purely scientific work continued, much of it published (this was partly true but only of Otto Hahn's institute) and "we were able to save a valuable part of the scientific tradition for posterity" (this is pure Heisenberg).
Whilst the terms are sometimes said to be quite different, the phrases "habitual" and "serial" entrepreneur are also frequently used as interchangeable terms, and can be regarded most simply as an individual who starts one enterprise and then later begins another (Wickham, 2004).
For example, despite Geum reptans and Oxyria digyna being dormant (Table 1), they were both short-term persistent corroborating the claim that some dormant seeds are also short-lived in soil.
Relevance of the topic is also revealed by the fact that the EU public procurement law (and thus the national law of the Member States) is in a constant process of change, and the effective evolution needs guidelines for direction for the development.
The International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, Journal of Business Venturing, Entrepreneurship Management, Equal Opportunities International, Journal of Small Business Management e Women in Management Review were also highlighted.
The image of mares yoked by Aphrodite seems to be an erotic metaphor for girls' loss of virginity, as is clear from the parallel image of Aphrodite yoking a girl who was previously an "unyoked filly" in Euripides's Hippolytus 546-54 (see also Calame 165).
On the other hand, studies have also emerged finding that most women start a business to pursue an opportunity (as is the case for men), but relative to men, more women engage in necessity entrepreneurship (Minniti, 2009; Minniti, Allen Langowitz, 2005).
Additionally, sorting also offers the opportunity to redesign drying schedules.
Thus, discontinuous experiences not only have the capacity to create fundamental changes in the entrepreneur's awareness regarding the effective management of his/her business, but also in terms of the entrepreneur's personal identity learning that impacts directly on their self-understanding, perceptions, and behavior at a much deeper level (Cope, 2003).
The OECD report also points to a need for more knowledge about technical industries and for surveys focusing on women entrepreneurs in these fields.
Long distance dispersal is the favored hypothesis for diaspore movement in most instances (see also Thome, 1972; Carlquist, 1983), and in the majority of cases, North America has served as the source and South America the sink.
An owner's ability to meet with customers, suppliers, advisors, banks, and other related organizations is also impacted (Stathopoulou, Psaltopoulos, and Skuras, 2004).