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Knowledge intensiveness refers to knowledge that is embedded within production processes (Eimaraghy & Urbanic, 2004; van Hoek, 1998; Li et al.
I don't think the types of violence differ from each other, but I think frequency and intensiveness does, since drug user women become victims of violence even more.
The Corallia Clusters Initiative -in brief, Corallia- is the first agency ever established in Greece for the organized and systematic management and development of clusters, integrated productive and innovative ecosystems, within which undertakings operate in a coordinated manner, in specific sectors and regions of the country, and where a competitive advantage, as well as knowledge intensiveness, high technology export orientation exist.
The 7- to 13-day itineraries surrounding the new destinations also offer cultural capital overnights and extra port intensiveness.
Israeli Deputy Court President Judge Lili Jung-Goffer determined that the substance of what Nazzem Abu Salim, aged 47, said and wrote, the type of violence he encouraged and praised, the size of his audience and their identity, the intensiveness of the publicity and the mood of the public he was preaching to left no doubt that there existed a real possibility that his words could spur others to violence or terror, according to the Israeli daily (Haaretz).
The leaching from the heap is not directly dependent on the amount of water flowing through the heap, but rather on the intensiveness of the oxidation process of the rocks.
The foundry's weekly consumption of 12 to 15 tons of pig iron and scrap iron for its furnace was modest: the involvement of over 50 men in its transformation into cast-iron products illustrates the labour intensiveness of mid-19th century foundry work.
Aggressively and intensiveness of marketing and promotion including advertisements will determine success in marketing of detergent in Indonesia.
Geographical information systems (GIS) are an effective tool for various analyses related to environment protection, and therefore may be successfully applied for determining the intensiveness of possible erosion (Surda et al.
The previous solid, fibre-reinforced plastics doors were heavy and required long lead times because of their labour intensiveness.