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the external outline of a thing

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Thus, in Quebec, aside from the question of free tuition, which surfaces regularly and which remains a sensitive topic open to debate, period #1 was a period when a solid consensus amongst meta-stakeholders on a number of configurational bases could be established; period 3 also allowed for a "post-crisis" consensus wherein the state showed itself to be more of a unifier and conciliator, while highlighting the major challenges which should be addressed in the near future.
Unifying Agreement-Based and Discourse Configurational Languages.
where [X.sub.[alpha]] = [x.sub.[alpha]] coth [x.sub.[alpha]] = (h/2[k.sub.B]T)[square root of [k.sub.[alpha]]/[m.sub.[alpha]] ([alpha] = Cu, Au), [m.sub.[alpha]] is the mass of atom [alpha], [[psi].sub.Cu] and [[psi].sub.Au] are the Helmholtz free energies of pure metals Cu and Au, respectively, and the configurational entropy of alloy has the form [6]
HEAs are also characterized by their configurational entropy of mixing ([DELTA][S.sub.conf]) of at least 1.5R, where R = 8.314 J x [mol.sup.-1] x [K.sup.-1] is the gas constant.
To map out a research agenda, this paper builds on CC research to offer a configurational framework of institutional distance as a defining feature of the institutional context conditions affecting MNC behavior, involving four key dimensions: coordination, strength, thickness, and resources.
On the first topic of how free Sanskrit word order is, the works cited agree that Sanskrit is a configurational language, i.e., has a hierarchical phrase structure, but differ on whether there is an unmarked word order and whether the syntactic tree has linear ordering of its constituents or not.
Entrepreneurial strategy making and firm performance: tests of contingency and configurational models.
Cowburn, "Macrospin limit and configurational anisotropy in nanoscale permalloy triangles," Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, vol.
To investigate this, we adopt a configurational approach to identify configurations of relationship connectors (i.e., information exchange, cooperative norms, legal bonds, adaptations, and operational linkages) and microlevel contingent factors (i.e., supplier size and proportion of supplier overall revenues coming from supporting solutions) that lead to the superior service performance of the MRO supplier toward the customer.
Delery and Doty (1996) highlight the existence of three different theoretical perspectives (universalist, contingent and configurational), each one with implicit assumptions in this regard.
SHRM has four theoretical perspectives--namely (a) the universalist perspective, (b) the configurational perspective, (c) the contingency perspective, and (d) the contextual perspective.
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