KERP

AcronymDefinition
KERPKeele Economics Research Papers (Centre for Economic Research at Keele)
KERPKey Employee Retention Plan
KERPKaipatiki Ecological Restoration Project (New Zealand)
KERPKino Environmental Restoration Project (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
KERPKino Ecosystem Restoration Project (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
KERPKompetenzzentrum für Elektronik und Umwelt (Center of Excellence Electronics and Environment)
KERPKeski-Earth Rooli Playing
KERPKordofan Emergency Relief Project (CARE)
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(55) The court felt that a compensation system that relied so heavily on payments to be made simply on the basis of remaining with Dana until certain dates was retentive rather than incentivizing, famously noting, "[i]f it walks like a duck (KERP), and quacks like a duck (KERP), it's a duck (KERP)." (56) However, looking forward, the court cautioned that there may be "incentivizing plans which may have some components that arguably have a retentive effect," and that such retentive components did not automatically violate [section] 503(c).
Taylor TN, Remy W, Hass H, Kerp H (1995) Fossil arbuscular mycorrhizae from the Early Devonian.
[L|.sub.domL[intersection]KerP] : domL [intersection] KerP [right arrow] ImL
KERP Let [x.sup.0] [member of] [R.sup.n], [y.sup.0] = b; for k = 0,1, ...
Denoting by Kp : ImL [right arrow] DomL [intersection] KerP the inverse of L|[sub.DomL[intersection]KerP], we have
Freytet, P., Toutin-Morin, N., Broutin, J., Debriette, P., Durand, M., El Wartiti, M., Gand, G., Kerp, H., Orszag, F., Paquette, Y., Ronchi, A., Sarfati, J.
Furthermore, the generalized inverse [K.sub.p] : ImL [right arrow] DomL [intersection] KerP has the form
1) reveals a number of features (pinnae arranged at wide angles of about 90[degrees], pinnules with indistinct midvein , apparent multiple venation on the primary rachis) which are not in accordance with Autunia conferta as it has been re-defined by Kerp (1988).
Scrambling and/or climbing growth habits have been documented for compression taxa based on gross-morphological features including narrow, wavy or sinuous stems and small fronds (e.g., Potonie, 1898; Danze-Corsin, 1953; Galtier et al., 1985) and/or specialized climbing aids such as climber hooks, tendrils, and tendrils terminating in adhesive pads (Huth, 1912; DiMichele et al., 1984; Krings & Kerp, 1997, 1999).
Kerp and Clement-Westerhof (1991) and Mapes and Rothwell (1991) agree on the makeup of the families Majonicaceae with Majonica, Dolmitia, and Pseudovoltzia and Ullmanniaceae with Ullmannia.