LOR

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AcronymDefinition
LORLetter Of Reprimand (military)
LORLord of the Rings (J.R.R. Tolkien)
LORLoss of Revenue
LORL'Osservatore Romano (Italian; Vatican newspaper)
LORLorton (Amtrak station code; Lorton, VA)
LORList of Requirements
LORLevel of Rigor
LORLiga Obrera Revolucionaria (Spanish: Revolutionary Workers League; Bolivia)
LORLearning Object Repository
LORLone Oak Ranch (Texas)
LORLetter of Recommendation
LORLindsey Oil Refinery (UK)
LORLights Out Restore
LORLow Resolution
LORLinux.Org.Ru (website)
LORLeft or Right (multiplayer games to coordinate squad movement)
LORLog Odds Ratio
LORLock Order Reversal
LORLetter Of Resignation
LORLight Output Ratio
LORLight-O-Rama
LORLetter Of Request
LORLine of Response (reconstruction of PET images medical imaging)
LORLoricrin
LORLife of Riley (webcomic)
LORLines of Resolution (surveillance cameras)
LORLoss of Resistance
LORLetter of Reference
LORLength of Residence (demographics)
LORLady of Rage (rap artist)
LORLevel Of Repair
LORLiverpool Overhead Railway (1893-1956)
LORLoss of Redundancy
LORLetter of Representation (legal document)
LORLimit of Reporting
LORLive on Restart
LORLunar Orbital Rendezvous
LORLoan Officer Registration (Michigan)
LORLevel of Responsiveness (emergency medicine and first aid)
LORLife of Ryan (MTV reality show)
LORLepidoptera of Orientalic Region
LORLift-Off Resist (engineering)
LORLocal Orthodox Rabbi
LORLondon Oil Reports (petrochemical industry; UK)
LORLocally-Optimum Rank (detector)
LORLogical Operator Replacement
LORLength of Read (genetics)
LORLeague of Reason (Internet forum)
LORLine Outage Recorder
LORLaing O'Rourke PLC
LORLock-Out Relay (electric power)
LORLimit Order Reconciliation
LORLoan Origination Record
LORLoss of Rents (Commercial Property Insurance)
LORLetter of Requirements
LORLoral Space and Communications Company (stock symbol)
LORLate Orders Received (TL 9000)
LORLevel of Reward
LORLetter of Repair
LORLaunch and Orbit Rising
LORLimit of Responsibility
LORLEC Order Request
LORLow-Frequency Omnidirectional Range
LORLikely Operational Range
LORLanguage Operator Replacement
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on complex tasks and have This yields competitive high reward expectations in advantage in the current non-compensation areas, e.g., high level of reward the ability to work at home competition between firms, at times, flexible working which is taking place hours, career development, in the face of the training opportunities, etc.
But that level of reward only applies to existing cardholders, with people who took out one of the cards since April this year accruing points at half this rate.
Table 6: Changes in Average Composite Score by Level of Reward Average Average Baseline Final Level of Number of Composite Composite Reward (%) Physicians Score Score 100 8 5.55 7.64 50 2 2.82 6.61 25 3 1.76 4.70 0 8 4.29 4.58
People enter this profession with an anticipated level of reward, and so I would be cautious of that.
Workers and management have twice agreed to three-year deals in the past, but this time, workers are unhappy with the level of reward being offered in return for a three-year agreement.
If people are told they can obtain a certain level of reward but are given less than that level, they have received feedback that indicates failure.
Another important issue is how individuals are rewarded in groups or the level of reward interdependence in the group (Campion et al., 1993; DeMatteo et al., 1998).
(Alternatively, they minimize the risk at a given level of reward.) Along the frontier, the insurer can select the strategy that best suits its risk/reward trade-off preferences, knowing that there are no superior strategies.
While the benefits offered to its researchers by Computer Associates are gratifying, most researchers at other companies do not yet have access to this level of reward. Even profit sharing is relatively low on the list of benefits, with only 28% of the respondents indicating they received this benefit - a 2% drop from last year.
Some of these programs will be efficient, offering the maximum reward for a given level of risk, or a minimum risk for a given level of reward. If a large enough number of risk financing programs are evaluated in this manner, an "efficient frontier" begins to emerge from the characteristics shared by the most appealing strategies.
"should" be (relative level of reward); and (c) how their