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Elsass

(ˈɛlzas)
n
(Placename) the German name for Alsace
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Noun1.Elsass - a region of northeastern France famous for its winesElsass - a region of northeastern France famous for its wines
France, French Republic - a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe
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Though research evidence on perception of politics suggests that POP incites employees in impression management behavior (Bolino, 1999; Ralston & Elsass, 1989) and conformity (Cavazza & Mucchi-Faina, 2008); it falls short of explaining the interplay of the two during conflicting individual and organizational values.
10] Wurtzen H, Dalton S, Elsass P, Sumbundu A, Steding- Jensen M, Johansen C, et al.
These mixtures exhibit complex XRD reflections combining several poorly resolved maxima (Righi and Elsass 1996).
Wurtzen H, Oksbjerg Dalton S, Christensen J, Andersen KK, Elsass P, et al.
1) Den materialistischen Orientierungen seines Vaters nachkommend, studierte Hermann Broch Textilmaschinenbau und -technologie an der Wiener Webschule und an der Spinn- und Webschule zu Muhlhausen im Elsass.
The Chinese Culture Connection (1987) developed the Chinese Value Survey to assess four cultural factors, comprising "integration, which focuses on social stability; Confucian work dynamism, which reflects the teachings of Confucius; human heartedness, which deals with compassion; and moral discipline, which focuses on self-control" (Ralston, Gustafson, Elsass, Cheung, & Terpstra, 1992, p.
According to Elsass (2003), "The annual costs for each community was determined through a financing formula based upon three factors: (a.
1 doubles team of Kevin Farin and Jayson Amos set the tone with a dominating 6-1 victory over Scott Elsass and Bradford Zitsch.
Elsass P, Eikard B, Junge J, Lykke J, Staun P, Feldt-Rasmussen M.
The study of Jorgensen, Frederiksen, Boesen, Elsass and Johansen (2009), evaluated 177 women who survived breast cancer, half of them were chosen at random to participate in a psychosocial rehabilitation program and the other half received standard treatment without other kind of intervention.
Characterizations of the various soils with respect to mineral composition have been investigated by using X-Ray diffraction and performing soil tests by a number of researchers (Righi and Elsass, 1996.