Kreng


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n.1.See Krang.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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According to stakeholder theory, the purpose of a firm is to create as much value as possible for stakeholders (Freeman, 1979), including employees, investors, and communities (Kreng & Huang, 2011).
Chheun said when the company does open the spillway, four communes located near the dam - Mak Brang, Kampong Kreng, Prey Khmum and Stung Keo - will face flooding issues.
Thai culture--as with any national society--is significantly shaped by indigenous culture constructs (e.g., kreng jai) which are often both unique and incomparable (Andrews and Chompusri 2013; Holtbriigge 2013)--and may act to refine overarching vertical-collectivist norms in ways qualitatively different to those found in other (Asian) societies.
Kreng and Wang applied the Lotka-Volterra model to analyze the competition between LCD TVs and PDP TVs [21].
Neste estudo, na primeira etapa, usou-se o metodo Fuzzy Delphi, conforme os passos adotados por Chang e Wang (2006), Kuo e Chen (2008), Hsu, Lee e Kreng (2010), Wang e Durugbo (2013), Stefano, Casarotto Filho e Freitas (2014), com algumas modificacoes, sao eles:
The incident took place at Chhi Kreng district when NGO World Vision hosted an event for school children and distributed loaves of bread filled with meat and vegetables to each of participants, said Kros Sarath, chief of Siem Reap Provincial Health Department.
Sylvia Horner Kreng and Jim Cohn both capture in humorous rhyming verse how obsessions with Wolfe can create challenges in interpersonal relationships.
Moreover, "swatdiphap" does not mean graciousness or anything like it (it has to do with safety, well-being, welfare), and kreng chai (frequently rendered "krengjai") is not well translated as "graciousness" either.
In Asia, for instance, Japanese concepts of amae (message expanding and message accepting needs) and enryo-sasshi (restraint-guessing), Philippine's kapwa (reciprocal being) and pahiwatig (strategic ambiguity), Korea's uyeri (obliged reciprocity), and Thailand's kreng jai (being considerate) all demonstrate a different orientation of cultural values.
In feite verloopt Polsmofjes verhaal min of meer parallel: uit de dood herrezen blijkt ze omringd door een allegaartje aan "blindgangers en tepelvarkens, worg- / engelen, snoeshanen, bloedzuigers, sexbommies, dragonders // en anonieme huzaren" (III, 10-12) en verkondigt ze: "De lievigheid is over, 't is tijd om kreng te zijn" (III, 14).
"Kreng chai," taking the other person's feelings into account, is a key concept in Thailand (Gannon, 2001).