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also jibe  (jīb)
v. gibed, gib·ing, gibes also jibed or jib·ing or jibes
To make taunting, heckling, or jeering remarks.
To deride with taunting remarks.
A derisive remark.

[Possibly from obsolete French giber, to handle roughly, play, from Old French.]

gib′er n.
gib′ing·ly adv.
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For instance, some models serve as a planning framework (Cacioppe, 1998; Giber, Carter, and Goldsmith, 2000; Vicere and Fulmer, 1998), while others focus on learning interventions such as training, experience, and education (Hunt, 1991; Yukl, 2010), or a general structure for developmental activities such as the Center for Creative Leadership's assess, challenge and support (McCauley and Van Velsor, 2005).
For a more detailed discussion from Congar's earlier work see his "Ecclesia ab Abel," in Abhandlungen giber Theologie und Kirche, Festschrift for Karl Adam, ed.
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