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And here we will try to answer the main question - predetermination or managerial obfuscation are alternative forms of promotion and dissemination of best practices in management.
Such predetermination then led to the oversimplification (and false determination) of the rights and obligations stemming from terrorism.
The book's subtitle, Why We Can Change Our Genes, is clarified when Spector explains that not only is true genetic predetermination rare but that the choices we make today can indeed affect not just our own genes but those of future generations.
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Since the very beginning the authorities fought not only for the first place, but also for predetermination of the second and even the third
Along the lines of some of the great debates--free will versus predetermination, democracy versus enlightened despotism--Cotton took a major stand in the whipped cream versus cotton candy imbroglio.
That is, it contains a moment of predetermination, with which, however, one "must struggle.
114) Wyoming "simply [did] not satisfy the stringent standard applicable to claims of predetermination under NEPA.
Shortly after the NLRB decision in Banner Health System, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's (EEOC) Buffalo District Office issued a predetermination letter adopting the same position--blanket confidentiality rules violate the anti-retaliation provision of Title VII.
Molina's arguments may or may not have succeeded in liberating the human will from divine predetermination, but it is very difficult to argue that middle knowledge released human beings from the predictive powers of other humans.
From the seller's standpoint, predetermination makes competition irrelevant and supports price elasticity.
Most important, making a predetermination to carry on in spite of pending adversity can act as a fortitudinous "booster shot" and help to inoculate a leader against the temptation to quit a matter too soon.