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and her lobbying for wage and hour reform was persistent,
and lobbying for wage and hour reform was persistent, so that
her lobbying for wage and hour reform persistent, that
lobbying for wage and hour reform was so persistent,
so persistent her lobbying for wage and hour reform, that
The quality of original carpentry in hotels is generally far superior to the quality of original carpentry in other structures, such as houses and stores.
Hotels built since 1930 can generally accommodate more guests than those built before 1930.
The materials available to carpenters working before 1930 were not significantly different in quality from the materials available to carpenters working after 1930.
The better the quality of original carpentry in a building, the less likely that building is to fall into disuse and be demolished.
The average length of apprenticeship for carpenters has declined significantly since 1930.
The number of television assemblers in Vernland has increased by at least as much as the number of television assemblers in Borodia has decreased.
Televisions assembled in Vernland have features that televisions assembled in Borodia do not have.
The average number of hours it takes a Borodian television assembler to assemble a television has not decreased significantly during the past three years.
The number of televisions assembled annually in Vernland has increased significantly during the past three years.
The difference between the hourly wage of television assemblers in Vernland and the hourly wage of television assemblers in Borodia is likely to decrease in the next few years.
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direct contact with the latter by means of
contact directly with the mystical level due to
present a theory that will be undermined in the discussion of a historian's study later in the passage
offer a perspective on the concept of personhood that can usefully be applied to the study of women in Renaissance Europe
undermine the view that the individuality of European women of the Renaissance was largely suppressed
argue that anthropologists have applied the Western concept of individualism in their research
lay the groundwork for the conclusion that Alessandra's is a unique case among European women of the Renaissance whose lives have been studied by historians
Alessandra used her position as her sons' sole guardian to further interests different from those of her sons.
Alessandra unwillingly sacrificed her own interests in favor of those of her sons.
Alessandra's actions indicate that her motivations and intentions were those of an independent individual.
Alessandra's social context encouraged her to take independent action.
Alessandra regarded her sons' goals and interests as her own.
Alessandra was able to act more independently than most women of her time because she was a widow.
Alessandra was aware that her personal motivation was embedded in a social context.
Alessandra had goals and interests similar to those of many other widows in her society.
Alessandra is an example of a Renaissance woman who expressed her individuality through independent action.
Alessandra was exceptional because she was able to effect changes in the social constraints placed upon women in her society.
Unlike the Wildflower Inn, Martin's Cafe serves considerably more meals on weekends than it does on weekdays.
Most of the customers of Martin's Cafe had never dined in Riverville before this restaurant opened, and on most days Martin's Cafe attracts more customers than it can seat.
The profit per meal is higher, on average, for meals served at Martin's Cafe than for those served at the Wildflower Inn.
The Wildflower Inn is not open on Sundays, and therefore Riverville residents who choose to dine out on that day must either eat at Martin's Cafe or go to neighboring towns to eat.
A significant proportion of the staff at Martin's Cafe are people who formerly worked at the Wildflower Inn and were hired away by the owner of Martin's Cafe.
propose a particular change to business school curricula
characterize students' perceptions of business school curricula
predict the consequences of a particular change in business school curricula
challenge one explanation for the failure to adopt a particular change in business school curricula
identify factors that have affected the prestige of a particular field in business school curricula
question the value of certain commonly used HR practices
illustrate a point about the methodology behind recent theoretical work in the behavioral sciences
support a claim about the importance that business schools should place on courses in the behavioral sciences
draw a distinction between two different factors that affect the financial success of a business
explain how the behavioral sciences have shaped HR practices in some business organizations
They are generally skeptical about the value of mechanistic organizational models.
Their work increasingly relies on an understanding of human behavior.
Their work generally has little effect on the financial performance of those organizations.
Their status relative to other business executives affects the attitude of business school students toward the behavioral sciences.
Their practices are unaffected by the relative prominence of the behavioral sciences within business schools.
business students' sensitivity to current business norms and practices
the relative status of HR professionals among business executives
business schools' reliance on legislatures, businesses, and private foundations for funding
businesses' tendency to value mechanistic organizational models over an understanding of human behavior
theoretical work on the relationship between behavioral factors and a firm's financial performance
Marriage tends to cause people to engage less regularly in sports that involve risk of bodily harm.
A married person who has an unhealthy habit is more likely to give up that habit than a person with the same habit who is unmarried.
A person who smokes is much more likely than a nonsmoker to marry a person who smokes at the time of marriage, and the same is true for people who drink alcohol immoderately.
Among people who marry as young adults, most of those who give up an unhealthy habit after marriage do not resume the habit later in life.
Among people who as young adults neither drink alcohol immoderately nor smoke, those who never marry live as long as those who marry.
as in any month since October 1987, sales of fund shares in July were not as low as
as had been in any other month since October 1987, sales of fund shares in July were not as low as what
than there was in any other month since October 1987, sales of fund shares in July were not as low as that which
than in any month since October 1987, sales of fund shares in July were not as low as
than in any other month since October 1987, sales of fund shares in July were not as low as what
Though little change in the size of the population is expected, a pronounced shift toward a younger, more affluent, and more entertainment-oriented population is expected to occur.
The sales of snacks and drinks in its movie theaters account for more of Lightbox's profits than ticket sales do.
In selecting the mix of movies shown at its theaters, Lightbox's policy is to avoid those that appeal to only a small segment of the moviegoing population.
Spending on video purchases, as well as spending on video rentals, is currently no longer increasing.
There are no population centers in the county that are not already served by at least one of the movie theaters that Lightbox owns and operates.
Once introduced into southern Europe, maize became popular with landowners because of its high yields relative to other cereal crops.
Maize grown in the Americas contained more niacin than maize grown in Europe did.
Traditional ways of preparing maize in the Americas convert maize's niacin into a nutritionally useful form.
In southern Europe many of the people who consumed maize also ate niacin-rich foods.
Before the discovery of pellagra's link with niacin, it was widely believed that the disease was an infection that could be transmitted from person to person.
small cars more fuel-efficient now than at any time in their
small cars that are more fuel-efficient than they were at any time in their
small cars that are more fuel-efficient than those at any other time in
more fuel-efficient small cars than those at any other time in their
more fuel-efficient small cars now than at any time in