n.1.(Zool.) See Waggel.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Everything changes as the 24-year-old free-spirited Hilde Wagel sweeps in through his door.
Wagel, "A Technique for the identification and localization of sar targets using encoding transponders," IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, vol.
Furthermore, new software service delivery models, including software as a service (SaaS) and Web services, have brought even traditional data-rich enterprise applications, like human resource management, within the reach of the Web (Dubey & Wagel, 2007; Carraro & Chong, 2006).
A special award in the student category that year was granted to Rosalfa Wagel for "Glup," a product laid out in bathtubs that softens the contact of the tub on a person's skin.
Wagel (Ed.), John Stuart Mill's philosophy of scientific method, pp.
In other organizations, management restricts the number of additional skill training slots to two or three backup employees for each job in order to control training costs (Wagel, 1989).
Wagel, "Spreading the World on New Technologies for People with Disabilities," Personnel, 65 (7), 1988, pp.
Specialists need to change the way they represent people with disabilities and their approach to employment if they are to capitalize on these relatively recent changes in the workplace (Wagel, 1988).
Wagel, "Project Ace: New Opportunities for People with Disabilities," Personnel (January 1988):9-10.
15-20); and "Working (And Managing) Without Supervisors," by William Wagel (Personnel, September 1987, pp.