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blader

(ˈbleɪdə)
n
1. US a person who skates with in-line skates
2. obsolete a maker or user of blades
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According to this model, individuals use process fairness as a basis to form their identity judgment in organizations, which, in turn, determines their engagement in discretionary cooperative behaviors (Blader & Tyler, 2009; Tyler & Blader, 2003).
TSPG) a diversified technology company has retained Szaferman Lakind Blumstein & Blader, P.
Blader is with the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Medically it leads to encephalitis (Hill and Dubey 2002; Blader and Saeij 2009; Jones and Roberts 2013) abortions (Mori et al.
Steven Blader and Claudine Gartenberg, New York University, and Andrea Prat, Columbia University, "The Contingent Effect of Management Practices"
Sandra Armstrong, mother to avid roller blader Jacob, 13, said: "My lad is really in to skating.
Our teammate Lil' Blade calls herself a roller blader, so her mom started calling her Lil' Blade and it stuck.
Blader of the State University of New York at Stony Brook, but the shifts in hospitalization rates--especially the larger such shifts among children and adolescents--raise concerns that demand further analysis.
Stage IV: Cancer may have invaded the blader, rectum or pelvis, or it has been found in lymph nodes or other parts of the body.
Although it focuses upon organizations as well as groups, Tyler and Blader (2003) call their framework "the group engagement model.
Thibaut and Walker's (1975) conceptual formulation of procedural justice adopts a social exchange approach to the procedural effects observed in their research on dispute processes (Tyler & Blader, 2000).
When it's a simple single-channel projection in a darkened room, its status as art rather than cinema can be more ambiguous--sometimes provocatively so, as in the case of Letter from the Girl, Mailed at the Gas Station, 2002, by the young Los Angeles-based artist Enid Baxter Blader.