snoek


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a large marine food fish common on the coasts of Australia, New Zealand, and southern Africa

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Snoek concluded "Our aim is to eliminate the obstacles merchants encounter in their day-to-day payments processes, whether it's in technical integration, reconciliation or increasing conversion.
Daar is die wat met sononder uit alle rigtings eiland toe kom, "die malgasse en pikkewyne, swartvoels en seeduikers" (6), en die wat vir die vissers die teenwoordigheid van snoek in die diepsee aandui: die malmokkies wat saam met die malbare en sterlinkies op die water sit om te aas, die malgasse wat uit die lugruim bokant die skool snoek "val" (8).
Gender differences have also been observed with respect to eating restraint or dieting behaviors, which are the best predictors of developing eating disorders, although negative emotion pathways also contribute (van Strien, Engles, van Leeuwe, & Snoek, 2005).
Earlier literature (Kahn, Wolfe, Quinn, Snoek, and Rosentbal, 1964; Greenhaus and Beutell, 1985; Greenhaus, 1987; Higgins, Duxbury, and Irving, 1992; Thomas and Ganster, 1995) operationalized the uni-dimensional construct of work-family conflict and proposed that work family conflict is one type of inter-role conflict in which role strains from the work and family circles involve some level of mutual inappropriateness.
The main species extracted in these areas are the yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares), snoek, (Thyrsites atun), yellowtail jack (Seriola lalandi) and the Pacific rudderfish (Kyphosus sandwicensis) (Yanez et al.
de Groot S Post MW Snoek GJ Schuitemaker M van der Woude LH.
Arthur had only tasted snoek fish for the past seven years, and was amazed at the appearance of the tinned salmon.
Such interference is known as inter-role conflict, or the difficulty one experiences in balancing his/her various role demands (Greenhaus & Beutell, 1985; Kahn, Wolfe, Quinn, Snoek, & Rosenthal, 1964).
van der Snoek EM, van der Ende ME, den Hollander JC, et al.
It's been fish and chicken mostly, all of which can be had very inexpensively, if you know where to buy the stuff, and are willing to call a store manager and complain that the fish fridges are getting a bit barren and you have now had enough of snoek and all the bones in it.
There is generally inadequate orientation and socialization to the role, resulting in role ambiguity, a concept described in the social science literature as a lack of basic knowledge necessary to perform one's work (Kahn, Wolfe, Quinn, & Snoek 1964).
Kahn, Wolfe, Quinn, Snoek, and Rosenthal (1964) argued that to avoid ambiguity, a specified set of tasks or position responsibilities should be clearly defined.