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urger

(ˈɜːdʒə)
n
someone or something that urges
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Baillie noted that he is "procurer and urger of the sentence; that though he voyced not, bot satt discovered, yet he did not remove with my Lord Mountnorris.
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The Delta model, more externally and widely oriented, incorporates Porter's generic strategies (1986), criticizes his position in the industry analysis and incorporates more clearly the idea of "co-opetition" (NALEBUFF; BRANDENB URGER, 1996) and the importance of the relationship with complementors.