disposure


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Related to disposure: Excurse, Perseverant, hereunder
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Numerous entrepreneurial studies have focused on exposure to entrepreneurial role models, disposure of intellectual capital, and previous entrepreneurial experience, but have rarely looked favourably on the integrated effects of creativity and social capital that are particularly crucial in the tourism business and for younger generations.
The government should train more officers and use all the legal tools at disposure to facilitate effective extradition for prosecution of traffickers.
" A number of scalp diseases occur at this specific time because of the disposure of dirty rain water as well as humid conditions.
With more deposits at their disposure and a more flexible interest rate policy, banks would be able to price risks more easily and thus lend more to SMEs.