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jackling

n
the winning of the ball, by the defender's team, after a tackle and before a ruck has formed
[blend of jack(al) + (tack)ling]
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Jackling and Calero (2006) also related to the tendency of commerce students to prefer career in accountancy.
(156) See Jackling, supra note 18 and accompanying text.
His performance in that area was all the more commendable given he was up against former European Player of the Year Steffon Armitage, the top jackling player in the French Top14.
He put in 18 tackles, made seven carries and won four turnovers, with his jackling over the ball proving so important in giving the Blues the ascendancy in the first-half and frustrating the hosts after the break.
Apart from that, lecturers (Rasmini, 2007) and influences from important referents and perception of the profession (Jackling and Calero, 2006) increase students' motivation to pursue an accounting career due to their intrinsic benefits, interest and perceptions.
Thus, academicians are not working in isolation, rather they are bound by the contextual limitations which affect their ability to develop skills in students (see, Bui & Porter, 2010; De-Lange, Jackling, & Gut 2006; Kavanagh & Drennan, 2007; Millner & Hill, 2008).
These factors suggest a risk of attrition in traditional studies (Jackling & Natoli, 2011).
2004), accounting (Jackling and De Lange 2009; Ngoo et al.
225, 226 (2010); Beverley Jackling & Shireenjit Johl, Board Structure and Firm Performance: Evidence from India's Top Companies, 17 Corp.