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As the advert was thin on details, Mr Sumner provided information about a few more key attrib utes.
Table 1 Percentage of Correctly Classified Employees with all 4 Attribute Variables (Salary, Education, Experience, and Time) and with 3 Attribute Variables (Omitting Salary) # of Attrib Differences Model Var.
Shamsul notes that the positive role of Islamic financial institutions is a recent phenomenon, indeed largely attrib utable to the effects of the New Economic Policy (p.
The 1989 version, which is used today, reads: "Because of possible adverse health consequences of smoking, be careful not to smoke excessively." Notice that the 1989 version of the warning label neither attrib utes lung cancer (and other types of cancer) to smoking, nor does it warn pregnant women of smoking as dangerous (see Mainichi Shinbun Yuukan [1989] and Nikkei Ryuutsuu Shinbun [1989]).
By contrast, Elaine de Kooning's comparatively meager institutional recognition as an artist can be attrib uted to her conscious flouting of the AbEx framework.
"SiteStuff wanted to get to market quickly with highly attrib uted, up-to-date product information," said Trey Simonton, ec-Content's executive vice president of business development.
[63] The latter implies that some items are now taxed at the marginal tax rate of the individual recipient, while fringe benefits that are not attrib uted to individuals, are subject to fringe benefit tax at a flat rate of 49 per cent.
Painting: The Annunciation to the Shepherds, pre-1550, Jacobus Coen attrib., Biblioteca Nazionale Vittorio Emanuele III, Naples.
If what is being taught and the strategies for teaching don't align with my background and experiences as a young, developing African American, it will be difficult for me to see the value in what's being taught." The imbalance of minorities in the classroom attrib uted by many to low salaries and the lackluster prestige of the profession, is troubling to African-American professionals who believe their presence is crucial to the development and success of African-American youth, particularly those in grades 5-8, a critical stage in which students can either be turned on to learning or turned off.
For example, in Avila, Fern, and Mann's study of computer salespeople (Avila, Fern, & Mann, 1988), 12% of the variance in employee performance evaluations was uniquely attrib utable to objective sales performance, 48% was uniquely attributable to organizational citizenship behaviors, and 3% of the variance was shared between objective sales performance and the OCBs.
[2] According to O'Neill and Polachek (1993), about one-quarter of the closing of the male-female wage gap over the 1976-87 period can be attrib uted to changes in the actual labor force experience of women and an additional 50 percent can be accounted for by changes in returns to experience for women relative to men.