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jackling

n
the winning of the ball, by the defender's team, after a tackle and before a ruck has formed
[blend of jack(al) + (tack)ling]
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Thus, academicians are not working in isolation, rather they are bound by the contextual limitations which affect their ability to develop skills in students (see, Bui & Porter, 2010; De-Lange, Jackling, & Gut 2006; Kavanagh & Drennan, 2007; Millner & Hill, 2008).
8 over the last year or so, including on Wales's summer tour of the South Seas, and his game is more about physicality with ball in hand and in defence, rather than jackling.
But he has played a lot of of his rugby at No 8 over the last year or so, including on Wales' summer tour of the South Seas, and his game is more about physicality with ball in hand and in defence, rather than jackling.
Bean and Metzner (1985) and more recently, Jackling and Natoli (2011) reviewed a number of studies and concluded that social integration at university is positively related to persistence.
The skills employers seek from new graduates usually include generic skills like communication (Andrews and Higson 2008; Hesketh 2000; Jackling and De Lange 2009; Kavanagh and Drennan 2008; Kirk and Chapman 1992; Morley and Aynsley 2007; Norwood and Henneberry 2006; Sodhi and Son 2008; Thomas and Nicita 2003), team-working (Andrews and Higson 2008; Hesketh 2000; Jackling and De Lange 2009; Morley and Aynsley 2007; Thomas and Nicita 2003), and interpersonal skills (Hellier et al.
Additionally, the harmonization of international financial reporting standards has recently required major curriculum changes and has challenged accounting education in many countries (Alon, 2012; Glover & Werner, 2015; Jackling, Howieson, & Natoli, 2012).
225, 226 (2010); Beverley Jackling & Shireenjit Johl, Board Structure and Firm Performance: Evidence from India's Top Companies, 17 Corp.
While the history and the size and scope of the operation are significant, what the mine accomplished recently would have impressed Jackling and his contemporaries.
Zachary Bluestone, Lindsay Church, Brook Jackling, and Rebecca Jeffries all carefully synthesized the edits of the Journal's Editors, Senior Editors, and Executive Editors, while also collectively scrutinizing every word, citation, and punctuation mark of this year's pages themselves.
There is also another factor for students from 'developing' nations: the possibility of emigration (Bashir, 2007, Jackling, 2007).
The perceived gap is between the skills and attributes accounting graduates gain from university and those expected and/or required by employers of these graduates (Botes, 2009; Garner & Smith, 2010; Low, Samkin & Liu 2013; Marshall, Dombroski, Jackling & De Lange, 2009).
Jackling and Andeson (1998) examined Australian students, and suggested that such factors as prior study in accounting (high school), general ability (GPA), gender, and language background all contribute to performance in accounting courses.