doubtfulness


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High levels of trust can quell fear, doubtfulness, and ambiguity from the employees' relations (Iansiti, 1993; Ichijo et al.
The US is still burdened with this negative outlook, with Moody's having expressed doubtfulness over its ability to come up with a deficit-reduction plan in a timely manner.
In Milton (14/15:6-8, E 108) giant Albion "trembled" in "Shaking the roots & fast foundations of the Earth in doubtfulness," language utilized in "Winter" of Poetical Sketches (E 410) where Blake's personified Winter possesses "adamantine doors," as does Milton's hell in Book Two of Paradise Lost (434-37).
As Dufault and Martocchio (1985) found in their research with cancer patients, study participants experienced nervousness, doubtfulness, vulnerability, and sadness along with feelings of happiness, optimism, and energy.
218), spoken after the prince has counseled him to convert his grief to vengeance, refers to Malcolm rather than, as common in many productions, to Macbeth and so helps to call attention to the continuing doubtfulness of the royal succession should a childless king manage to displace a childless tyrant.
Uncertainty acclimatisation refers to the adaptations and responses, psychological and material, that individual entrepreneurs and firms make to the evolving perceived uncertainties of foreign operations, enabling them to operate within the constraining effects of doubtfulness and apprehension that ensue from the sense of the unknown.
225) Heron Bay appealed to the Tax Court where the judge concluded that the loan did not meet two of the criteria for doubtfulness.
The third limitation of the TMD lies in the doubtfulness of its interceptor capabilities.