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investors have tended to be out in front of global shareholder activism," says Carolyn Kay Brancato, director of The Conference Board's Global Corporate Governance Research Center.
While it may seem counterintuitive to write about the clinical needs of older men given the advantages afforded them by society over older women, it is essential to note that older men have tended to be underserved as a population and remain largely invisible to social service providers in the community (Thompson, 1994).
But no, you're no cold rainfall,/more a steady sun, a solid plot/that grows when tended, invites me/to tend, then tends me tenderly.
These well-respected musicians have tended to be accomplished on their instrument (of course), often played a second instrument and usually been notable as both a performer and composer or improviser.
However, since recrystallization of TPU is dominated by the hard segment of the polymer, these materials tended to process poorly in terms of hardening kinetics, since so little hard segment remains.
There were similar disparities among whites, blacks and Hispanics more generally, though Asian immigrants tended to live shorter lives than U.
Although other scholars of the period have previously explored the role of the church and the shape of Caroline religious experience, they have tended to overlook or downplay the "inquisitive complexity of Caroline religious discourse" (5).
Findings revealed that cooperative groups that attained the highest scores on an article critique assignment, on average, tended to be those that reported having the highest levels of socially prescribed perfectionism and the lowest levels of other-oriented perfectionism.
The differences that Bartley finds between various religious institutions are subtle but telling; Catholic organizations tended to be more welcoming than institutions established by the Church of England, though both types of establishments stressed morality, hard work, and regimentation.
Instead of the positive goal of union being attributed to both spirit and body, we have tended to attribute negative characteristics to the body without realizing that this results in the destru ctive functioning of the spirit.
This was particularly true for cardiac problems overall, which tended to increase with elevated concentrations of P[M.
Dancers who were over 21 years old tended to be hurt more often than younger ones.