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the property of enduring or continuing in time

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Giving accurate information on the material consequences of consuming F&V routinely, especially short-term health consequences, may better affect elderly's continuance intention of eating F&V.
Continuance: an employee's realization to identify the cost of leaving the company they are currently working in (Slack, Orife, and Anderson, 2010; Tsai and Wu, 2011)
Ballard Power Systems (NASDAQ: BLDP)(TSX: BLD), a company that provides clean energy products, has completed its continuance into British Columbia.
Ballard Power Systems (NASDAQ:BLDP)(TSX:BLD) reported on Wednesday the completion of its continuance into British Columbia as part of the Business Corporations Act as of 24 August 2016.
Through our APIs and partner programs we support the efforts of leading value-added resellers such as INNOVATION Data Processing as they deliver data protection, business continuance and data migration solutions that improve EMC mainframe customers' data integrity, TCO, and business resiliency, thus maximizing the value of their EMC storage information infrastructure.
The prosecution did not object to the continuance request.
In the following sections, we first develop the baseline hypotheses (H1a, H1b) regarding perceptual differences of two relational outcomes: opportunism and continuance between the buyer and supplier, namely the extent of the buyer's stated opportunism (continuance) and the supplier's expectations of the buyer's opportunism (continuance).
The results of this study show statistically positive relationship between organizational environment and all the three dimensions of organizational commitment, and that the majority of faculty members are experiencing greater organizational commitment (affective, continuance, and normative) in the presence of a healthy and positive organizational environment.
They defined these three themes as components of organizational commitment namely affective commitment, continuance commitment, and normative commitment.
Alsat-M reports that US and EU Ambassadors Jess Baily and Aivo Orav met with VMRO-DPMNE and SDSM representatives and review opportunities for negotiations continuance. Zaev announced that he will give a deadline to continue the negotiations by the end of this month.
Continuance Commitment Continuance commitment is the persistence of the employee to remain obligatorily in the organization so as not to endure the costs and negatives by thinking of the negative aspects and costs to be endured when he/she quits the organization (Somuncu, 2007).
Palm Beach Gardens, FL, May 01, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Continuance Health Solutions will sponsor the 7th Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress as an Advantage Gold.
Recently, Bhattacherjee's (2001) information system continuance intention model has been partially extended and applied in a wide range of studies in which Internet (Lin, Wu, & Tsai, 2005) and e-learning systems have been included.
'I am not advocating for any continuance of the martial law.