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litter

the offence committed where a person throws down, drops or otherwise deposits any litter in any place to which this law applies and leaves it. The law applies to any place in the area of a principal litter authority which is open to the air, unless the public does not have access to it, with or without payment. It is immaterial whether the litter is deposited on land or in water. Litter expressly includes the discarded ends of cigarettes, cigars and like products, and discarded chewing-gum and the discarded remains of other products designed for chewing.
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Fix and Litterer are members of the Accelerated Underwriting Project Oversight Group, a joint effort of the American Academy of Actuaries (AAA) and the Society of Actuaries (SOA).
Michael Litterer of Prevention Links said the conference underscored “The tremendous collaboration here in Union County.
Este ultimo planteamiento aproxima el estudio de la estructura organizacional a los trabajos que se han adelantado en el campo del analisis y diseno organizacional como un proceso racional, en el marco de la contingencia estructural; entre ellos los de Hage & Aiken (1967), Litterer (1979), Starbuck & Nystrom (1981), Ansoff & Brandenburg (1971), Daft & Lengel (1986), Kazanjai & Drazin (1987), Miller (1987) y Hall (1996).
A diferencia de los hallazgos reportados en algunos estudios cuantitativos (Jelinek y Litterer, 1995; Hit et al.
More than 6,500 new trees have gone into the ground since 1991 for a savings of 307,000 kilowatt-hours, Litterer says.
We've been working diligently to expand markets for corn, such as ethanol and plastics, while maintaining our traditional markets such as food, livestock feed and exports," says NCGA President Ron Litterer, a corn grower located near Greene, IA.
Lewicki and Litterer (1985) posited that, "preparation and planning are the most important parts of negotiation" (p.
She points to important scholars in the area, such as Joseph Litterer, Alfred Chandler, and JoAnne Yates, and follows up with a review of the rise of records management in the U.
Para el efecto es prudente acudir al autor Litterer, quien sobre el particular apunta:
Despite this, it has been acknowledged that literature and research with regard to psychological effects of violent death is "early and meagre" (Violent Death Bereavement Society, 2005), mainly anecdotal, and that few studies include objective measures on the management and effectiveness of interventions (Jordan & Neimeyer, 2003; Kato & Mann, 1999; Litterer Allumbaugh & Hoyt, 1999; Schut, Stroebe, Van Den Bout, & Terheggen, 2001).
She's half Native, half white, a voluminous drinker, an incessant smoker, and a flagrant litterer.