Durity

Du´ri`ty


n.1.Hardness; firmness.
2.Harshness; cruelty.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Durity, et al., "Designing password policies for strength and usability," ACM Transactions on Information and System Security, vol.
Durity, Wyness, Durity, and Ratel (2000) and Wyness, Durity, and Durity (2002) conducted a two-phase qualitative study to explore patients' and family members' perceptions about their preoperative educational and information needs related to surgery for a skull base tumor.
(280) But see Laura Durity, Note, Shielding Joumalist-"Bloggers": The Need to Protect Newsgathering Despite the Distribution Medium, 2006 Duke L.
For an academic defence of this view in the context of a federal shield law, see Laura Durity, "Shielding Journalist-Bloggers': The Need to Protect Newsgathering Despite the Distribution Medium", online: (2006) 5:1 Duke L & Tech Rev 11 <scholarship.law.duke.edu> ("a substantial connection with or a relationship to an established news media organization such that there is sufficient editorial oversight" at para 37 [footnote omitted]).
is at best ambiguous."); Laura Durity, Shielding Journalist-"Bloggers": The Need to Protect Newsgathering Despite the Distribution Medium, 2006 DUKE L.
La publicacion 'cientifica' Management Review nos presenta un elocuente articulo acerca de la 'generacion sandwich' donde se pueden ver las distintas dimensiones (cuantitativa y cualitativa) y niveles (macrosocial, mesoorganizacional y micro-individual); perfilando problematicas de investigacion que aun falta profundizar (Durity, 1991).
Durity, A., "Everyone is a winner in the Baldrige stakes", Management Review, Vol.