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The European Parliament, he said, "has rightly expressed clearly its position on these matters and exerts pressure where it can, but as we know the European Parliament does not have great power or capabilities and this is known.
Consequently, if the employee's compensation is higher when the market believes he has more productive ability, the employee has career-concern incentives to exert effort.
One rule of thumb is that 60 lb (28 dN) is the maximum amount of force an operator can exert repetitively on a clamp handle.
Again, the more control the company exerts over the individual, the more likely an agency relationship will be inferred.
Developments in foreign trade were moderating demands on domestic resources; but with domestic spending strong, members were becoming more concerned that those developments might not exert enough restraint on aggregate demand to slow the expansion to a sustainable pace in line with the growth of the economy's potential.
Pornography exerts no power (except, perhaps, on the clinically addicted), whereas conspiracy ideas have been a shaping factor in history.
Washington, Mar 18 (ANI): A new study has found that people who make an effort to exert self-control are attracted to aggressive art and public policy appeals.
A 907-kilogram (2,000-pound) bull can exert a force of roughly 3 g's or three times the force exerted by Earth's gravity, on the rider.
For example, a person with high self-efficacy may exert much more effort on difficult tasks and persist to overcome obstacles, while someone with low self-efficacy may express doubts about capability and be unwilling to expend effort and time on such tasks.
There, thick atmospheres and massive, rocky cores that likely include silica may exert the immense pressures that could make up the new mineral.
In vitro studies have shown that certain phytochemicals called flavonoids interact with the aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR), the same receptor through which 2,3,7,8,-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) and other halogenated aromatic compounds exert their toxic and mutagenic effects.
But at position one, the shortened spring may only exert 8 lbs.