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Real or imagined, in their minds there is a hierarchy and it has everything to do with authority and control until you make it otherwise.
The DEP is looking to incorporate Maine's solid waste management hierarchy into permitting decisions as an approval standard, the agency said in a news release.
The hierarchy would really be stunned to know that not even the most gullible on the street has bought its touted mantra for taking this extraordinary step.
This kind of hierarchy is especially useful for smaller schematics; if there is only one page of circuitry representing a board design, it can be broken down into any number of blocks without requiring that the circuits be broken up into separate sheets with one top level design to contain the block symbols.
They also found that those who were better at learning the social hierarchy had an increased volume of grey matter in the amygdala compared with those less able.
Dumont's use of the concept of hierarchy is directly related to his theory of values, which in his view invariably organize the relations between elements in a culture.
Session 1--Several examples were explained to student groups (and individually) with more emphasis on difference between main and support hierarchy and on complex attributes for connecting classes.
162, The Hierarchy of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, as superseded by FASB Statement No.
It is widely known that the GAAP hierarchy sets forth the level of authority attributed to a given accounting pronouncement or document.
Abortion was the only issue where a plurality went with the hierarchy, but a significant minority (15 percent) had no opinion.
The purpose of the hierarchy is to help agency/program officials assess which study designs are capable of producing scientifically-valid evidence on the effectiveness of a STEM education project or practice ("intervention").
Thus, she explains that a gender/sexual hierarchy is not a given, but rather "a peculiarly obstinate variable," "a constantly reenacted social process" with "mechanisms that reproduce sexual hierarchy in any social context" (180, 194, 261).