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According to Aridly, large monetary awards can work for individuals doing mechanical, repetitive tasks (like many performed in a metalcasting facility), but when the brain is involved, managers should look for other ways to motivate people, such as allowing them to see the fruits of their labor or influencing them to feel as if they have contributed to the formation of actionable ideas.
In Insite, the British Columbia Court of Appeal addresses the division of powers question in an aridly formal way.
of string citations, (238) it is aridly academic in tone and substance,
Some of the essays deal with the issue of etching as drawing, an aridly academic topos since etching is intrinsically a drawing-like process, produced by scratching through a wax surface over a copper or other metal plate.