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Stayman

(ˈsteɪmən)
n
(Card Games) (in contract bridge) a conventional response in clubs to a partner's opening no-trump bid, as a request for the partner to show any four-card major
[C20: named after Samuel M. Stayman (1909–94), US bridge expert]
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Noun1.Stayman - apple grown chiefly in the Shenandoah Valley
dessert apple, eating apple - an apple used primarily for eating raw without cooking
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WILSON JAMES D & $435,000 3711 STAYMAN FLATS RD
Researchers have mainly investigated the effectiveness of honorary ambassadors in promoting government campaigns or policies, according to related theories in the field of advertising, with a focus on the concepts of source credibility, source attractiveness, meaning transfer, celebrity endorser-product congruence, and parasocial interaction and identification (e.g., Aaker & Myers, 1987; Brown & Fraser, 2004; Deshpande & Stayman, 1994; Erdogan, 1999; Hovland & Weiss, 1951; K.
Advertisement that builds favorable brand attitude and is relatively more memorable leads to development of favorable brand knowledge (Keller, 1993), and thus positive brand equity (Brown and Stayman, 1992; Cobb-Walgren et al., 1995).
Furthermore, and consistent with prior work revealing consumer attitudes toward advertising and promotion affect brand attitudes, we propose, based upon brand beliefs (i.e., the dual-mediation hypothesis; Brown and Stayman 1992) that retailer-driven sustainability disclosures affect attitudes toward the retailer initiating the disclosure program both directly and indirectly.
01287 632730 STAYMAN PETER JOHN Peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family, Peter aged 80 years.
Purchase intention is also defined as the attitude toward a brand that significantly affects the intention of the consumer to buy that brand (Brown and Stayman, 1992).
Congratulations to students Zoe Stayman and Edward DeLeon, as well as teacher Gary Conaway, on the outstanding PSA.
After Stayman and Deshpande's (1989) study, Forehand, Deshpande, and Americus (2002) found that consumers were usually attracted by brands, which were associated with their social identity.
<BRobert Stayman said: "My son Elliot Stayman is celebrating his fourth/first birthday
Apple cultivars differ as to their susceptibility to Ca-deficiency related bitter pit, with 'Gala' and 'Golden Delicious' being less susceptible than 'Breaburn', 'Red Decilious' and 'Stayman'.
Bonus: Other worthy and historically proven cider apple varieties are 'Baldwin,' 'Ben Davis,' 'Black Twig,' 'Empire,' 'Honeycrisp,' 'Jonathan,' 'Newtown Pippin' (aka 'Albemarle'), 'Northern Spy,' 'Razor Russet,' 'Smokehouse,' 'Stayman,' 'Virginia Crab' (aka 'Hewes Crab'), 'Wickson Crab' and 'Yates.'