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a. & n.1.See Tacky.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Nonetheless, on a critical note, while social capital ties can obviously provide benefits for insiders, these may privilege short-term over long-term interests (Tackey et al.
that if they failed of success in the rebellion, to rise again the same day two years, and advised them to be upon their guard and was going to make further discoveries, but accusing Col Barclay's Tackey & & T others, put the Col in a rage, so that he called the Marshall 'Villain' for not making a ercer re.
Thus, they value the informal more than the formal (Tackey and Perryman, 1999), echoing Shapero's claim that entrepreneurs tend to prefer gaining information from personal sources via informal channels (Shapero and Sokol 1982).