Struse


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n.1.(Naut.) A Russian river craft used for transporting freight.
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Home run hitter--I'm not Ruth here--Ab Struse, Aug.
The promotion frequency of store brands supports the contention in Kruger and Struse (1987) that stores use house brands to force national brands to promote.
2000; Sullivan, Burnam, Koegel & Hollenberg, 2000; Montoya, Atkinson & Struse, 2001; Anderson, Shannon, et al.
So, whatever complicated, technical and ab struse reasons the Prime Minister and the Chancellor have given to the House of Commons for not entering the euro at an early opportunity, the real reason is the Government is running scared of a humiliating and disastrous referendum defeat.
In the first round of the women's doubles Siwan and Catherine Davies overcame the Albanian pairing of Anila Gjorka and Valbona Shaquiri 11-4, 16-14, 11-1 and now face No 3 seeds Nicole Struse and Elke Wosik from Germany.
KATRINA SOUTHON has been upped to senior director of network operations and programming; ANDREW STRUSE has been upped to creative director; and CHRISTINE LEOMCKERROW has been tapped as director of marketing and communications.
Though they have included the manufacturer controlled components of trade promotions, they haven't considered whether and how retailer power affects retailer response to trade promotion incentives (Abraham and Lodish, 1987b; Struse, 1987).