Burgeois

Bur`geois´

    (bŎr`zhwä´)
n.1.(Print.) See 1st Bourgeois.
1.A burgess; a citizen. See 2d Bourgeois.
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To be more precise, the entire aristocratic and burgeois past and all its fundamental values should be rejected.
Anscombe, Bernard Burgeois, Michael Dummett, Fernando Inciarte, Christine M.
Para Burgeois (1981), a folga organizacional diz respeito ao gap nas metas organizacionais e no uso de recursos; corresponde a um colchao para a necessidade de processamento de informacao, comportamento politico ou estrategico.
1989) "The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere: An Inquiry into a Category of Burgeois Society" MA: MIT Press.
2) Entre los autores que han revisado las caracteristicas de la sociedad copiapina, revisar Maurice Zeitlen, The civil wars in Chile (Or the burgeois revolutions that never were) (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1984); Cristian Gazmuri, El "48" chileno.
1989): The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere: An Inquiry into a Category of Burgeois Society.
TOWARDS THE OVERCOMING OF BURGEOIS THOUGHT AND THE POSTMODERN OFFENSIVE IN SOCIAL WORK AND THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
Indeed, his father's estate now operates as a factory, directly contributing to a commercial system he deplores: "In his way to the place of his nativity, he learned that his nephew had married the daughter of a burgeois, who directed a weaving manufacture, and had gone into partnership with his father-in-law; chagrined .
Modern, burgeois industrial society has separated pleasure from labour and divided people into rigorous ranks and occupations resulting in their estrangement and alienation.
The influence of knowledge-flow timing on subsidiary performance might be crucial in fast-moving, hypercompetitive markets (D'Aveni 1994; Eisenhardt and Burgeois 1988) or in situations where firms compete against a certain deadline, such as when a consultancy is trying to win a bid (Haas and Hansen 2005).
En el estudio se utilizo el enfoque de cadenas agroalimentarias, propuesto por el Instituto Interamericano de Cooperacion para la Agricultura (IICA) en 1996 (Herrera y Burgeois 1996), y actualizado por el International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), en 2006 (Sanders et al.
The fines will go into effect in about a week once new ticket books come in, Chief Burgeois said.