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Synonyms for DES

a potent estrogen used in medicine and in feed for livestock and poultry

synthetic nonsteroid with the properties of estrogen

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A risk-taking orientation is accompanied by a tendency to forgo methods, processes, and products proven to have worked in the past (Dess & Lumpkin, 2005a), indicating a negative relationship between risk and exploitation, as the latter is based on the learning effects of past activities (Hughes & Morgan, 2007).
Her classmates from Year 5 at DESS, Alia and Jafar, also spoke about their experiences.
Both the DISS and the DESS techniques will be used to speed up the ME process by eliminating unnecessary computations as will be discussed in section 3-A and section 3-B.
Kostinger and Dess will now need to win the support of whole EPP group to push their motion forward.
The innovative aspects of this project rest completely in the DESS. The system is unique in that it is providing heating, cooling and domestic hot water to a very large development using the energy that is reclaimed from the sewage treatment plant.
A agressividade competitiva, tambem denominada como agressividade concorrencial, e conceituada como a propensao de uma organizacao a direta e intensamente desafiar os seus concorrentes para entrar no mercado ou melhorar seu posicionamento (LUMPKIN; DESS, 1996).
Deep eutectic solvents (DESs) can be basically defined as a mixture of a hydrogen bond donor (HBD) and a hydrogen bond acceptor (HBA) which can bond with each other to form a eutectic mixture having a final melting point that is lower than the melting point of the raw materials (HBD) and (HBA), separately [4].
In this connection, the deep eutectic solvents (DESs) have emerged as a better alternative to conventional solvents [12].
Roseville, CA, December 02, 2017 --( DESS intraoral scan bodies are now approved for use with Carestream Dental's CS 3600 intraoral scanner.
Dess the reader follows Harold's gradual (and sometimes painful) transformation from a dreamer to a man of action as he struggles to discover how to live a meaningful life in a materialistic world.
To examine the influence of physician and hospital market structures on medical technology diffusion, studying the diffusion of drug-eluting stents (DESs), which became available in April 2003.
Over the years some important dimensions of corporate entrepreneurship have been identified, which includes innovativeness, proactiveness, risk-taking, competitive aggressiveness and autonomy and self-renewal (Zahra and Garvis 2000; Lumpkin and Dess 1996; Covin and Miles 1999; Pittaway 2001).
To overcome the limitations of toxicity of organic solvents, deep eutectic solvents (DESs), as a new kind of green solvents, have emerged [17].
DESs with decentralized information can be classified into distributed DESs [3, 7, 8] and decentralized DESs [4, 9].