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the proper activity of a person or thing

one's proper or expected function in a common effort

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the actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group

what something is used for

normal or customary activity of a person in a particular social setting

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Milby recalled, 'I've only done two roles na ganito 'Wag Ka Lang Mawawala with Juday (Judy Ann Santos) and actually Maging Sino Ka Man, which was a bit stronger role, but not this kontrabida type.'
Rita Dominic would be fondly remembered with her comic role in co-produced movie, The Meeting, 'Finding Mercy,' 'Suru L'ere,' '76' and 'Iyore.'
The present study is aimed at describing past, present, and anticipated role participation in a general population sample from Norway.
The women residing in cities are playing important role for the development of society, he
First, we use the Role Checklist to describe role performance in occupational therapy students across three time periods--past, present, and future (Oakley, Kielhofner, Barris, & Reichler, 1986)-- and to describe how their currently performed roles correspond with the participation areas defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) in the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF; WHO, 2001).
The role of a Jedi requires the actor to be somber most of the time.
Xactium, a cloud-based computing company, and Aquarius Management Consultants have developed the role management solution, Role Manager.
According to Greenberg (2009), sources of stress at work include intrinsic factors of job, role in organization, career development, relationships at work, and organizational structure and climate.
By assigning to users the common father role of each atom role needed by users or the dynamic-combination-generated father role.
The first part explains the concept of stress and how it is experienced in organisational roles. The second part describes the evolution of role stress framework.
As with the other groups and countries Gallup asked about, Afghans were most likely to see Iran playing a role in the country's reconstruction.
Role-based research carried out by researchers has paid more attention only to a few dimensions of role stress like role conflict, role ambiguity and role overload (Richard, 2001; Bhatia and Kumar, 2003; Fried et al., 2003).
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role: Julie Christie, for her role as Fiona in Away From Her.
Although role model has been variously defined and is often used interchangeably with terms such as hero and mentor (e.g., Pleiss & Feldhusen, 1995), for our purposes a role model is someone with whom an admirer identifies (i.e., wants to be like).
Our survey of 173 senior IT managers (not including CIOs) from large Indian enterprises reveal that 80% plus shouldered responsibilities in addition to their roles in IT.