And if this strict scientific intangibility
steeped even the shelves laden with lyrics and ballads and the tables laden with drink and tobacco, it goes without saying that yet more of such heathen holiness protected the other shelves that held the specialist's library, and the other tables that sustained the frail and even fairylike instruments of chemistry or mechanics.
The world is witnessing a paradigm shift and the economy is shifting towards intangibility
It manipulates information, which is intangible, but intangibility
is not the distinguishing characteristic of soft power.
For instance, Hill and Gandhi (1992) suggest managing the intangibility
issue in service advertising by incorporating the physical evidence such as showing the physical facilities like the service delivery sites; associating the service with concrete, specific language and symbols and using concrete phrases to describe the intangible service.
He finds certain intangibility
in their solid state which allows him to give them an artsy look that in turn helps him treat them as living objects.
Because of this intangibility
of the product, the insurance industry has been built on trust and relationships.
These challenges arise because of the variability in customer demands and expectations, simultaneity in production and consumption and the intangibility
in the service delivered whose quality cannot be tested before consumption and can only be perceived by the customer.
In many existing studies the digital product's intangibility
shapes the perceived risk, as our findings also demonstrate.
as a Limit on Patent-Eligibility.
The seeming intangibility
of memory lends itself to Cleverman's diegetic space, in which images and sounds actively seek to (re-)create worlds both imagined and real.
For them, different studies have sought to measure the existence of information asymmetry and, as information risk cannot be measured directly, it has been utilized different proxies, such as market-to-book, volatility, intangibility
Each country in the region also listed sites for future possible inscription as well as cultural practices, which UNESCO categorises as 'intangible cultural heritage'--even though intangibility
does not preclude commercialisation.