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fundamental unit

n
(Units) one of a set of unrelated units that form the basis of a system of units. For example, the metre, kilogram, and second are fundamental units of the SI system
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The senator stressed this makes a review of the wage structure 'not only urgent but imperative,' noting that higher wages are 'among the most fundamental dimensions for inclusive growth aside from job creation.
Possibly, one of the most fundamental dimensions of non-traditional security threats are population
Possibly, one of the most fundamental dimensions of non-traditional security threats are population explosion and food scarcity because they are not as dependent on external factors.
The speakers also agreed that a futuristic approach in this regard was absolutely essential since non-traditional security challenges were being shaped by the forces of technological advancements, the fourth industrial revolution, globalisation, and the growing competition among the states and the societies for natural resources.Possibly, one of the most fundamental dimensions of non-traditional security threats was a population explosion and food scarcity because they were not as dependent on external factors, the speakers observed.
The world today has two fundamental dimensions: the first is what we experience in our daily lives, what we do and how we change it; the second is the digital reality that breaks down geographical barriers and cultural differences by turning all internet users into global citizens with a digital identity, able to lead change, become a source of knowledge and stream ideas.
The world today has two fundamental dimensions; the first is what we experience in our daily lives, what we do and how we change it; the second is the digital reality that breaks down geographical barriers and cultural differences by turning all internet users into global citizens with a digital identity, able to lead change, become a source of knowledge and stream ideas.
According to Oosterhof and Todorov (2008), people evaluate faces in terms of two fundamental dimensions: trustworthiness and dominance.
The literature review suggested that the fundamental dimensions of local Extension units could include: (a) adequate and consistent funding, (b) effective county office leadership, (c) facilities and infrastructure, (d) well-trained educators, (e) well-developed Extension programs, and (f) organizational accountability (Ahearn et al., 2003; Linden, 2003; Rabin et al., 1996; Seevers et al., 2007; Thompson & Strickland, 2003).
Classical traditions have tended to extrapolate from these fundamental dimensions of human experience to a conception of God as their source, order, and end.
* RQ1: What are the fundamental dimensions of service quality in Indonesian Islamic banking?
Given the realities of service provision, resource mobilization, and political presence, it becomes clear that being knowledgeable of the work of FBOs is necessary if we are to take seriously the fundamental dimensions of social development and social capital as we consider the imperatives of future development agendas."

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