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fundamental unit

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(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 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.
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.
For example, over 90 percent of respondents track the number of security incidents, lost or stolen records, data or devices, and audit and compliance status - fundamental dimensions security leaders would be expected to track.
The artist still plays freely with these fundamental dimensions of thought through graphic and chromatic iterations of personal, historical, literary, and cinematographic memories.
The implication, for Newman, is that regardless of the particular role that each performs in the church and of the particular orientation this gives to a particular one of these fundamental dimensions of the church's life, each and every person in the church needs to be engaged, in appropriate ways, with all three dimensions.
In this sense, the CJPH special issue has at least partially achieved its objective: triggering the interest of researchers and feeding a discussion about fundamental dimensions of PHIR.
Research on the two fundamental dimensions of social judgment has provided extensive evidence of the existing link between social structure (status and competition) and specific cultural stereotypes and prejudices (e.
The mutual exchange of knowledge and personal experience of each party of the activity--teaching staff, as well as course participants--represent the fundamental dimensions of education in our institution.
In this respect, by media and coaches records we gathered data concerning fundamental dimensions of the football goalkeepers pattern.
Going forward, it is vital that Pakistan radically improves the fundamental dimensions of its economy so that it does not land itself again in the kind of economic quagmire which has stood at the heart of its recent woes.

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