* Established and nonestablished
innovation diffusion planning.
We've gone through a lot of transition through the summer, bringing through a lot of young players and some nonestablished
players so it's very much back to the drawing board."
Are we up for urine drug screens for every controlled substance prescription on nonestablished
patients every time?
(2001) analyzed food habits of a nonestablished
High school-aged teens, with the exception of nonestablished
smokers, were more likely to be asked about tobacco use in general.
The BRICs acronym both captured and further enhanced these sentiments, proving to be a useful shorthand for a complex scenario marked by the redistribution of global power (Stephens 2011), the emergence of nonestablished
actors, and the advent of a "post-American world" (Zakaria 2008), or a "postWestern world" (Serfaty 2011).
Furthermore, these players are bringing in material resources that make the possibility of success for nonestablished
Constraint (10) makes sure that retailers are not assigned to nonestablished
Alaska's vast area, lack of roads, mountainous terrain, adverse weather conditions, and limited coverage by air traffic control, plus the use of airstrips and nonestablished
landing fields, increase flight safety risks.
In Cuba and Puerto Rico, the Spanish-American War ushered in not only US occupation forces, but also the republican ideology of separatism and religious freedom, which caused nonestablished
, popular religions to thrive.
has become the norm for nonestablished
democracies and transition states.
This instability has given rise to populist middle-class religion, thriving in the established and nonestablished
churches, both Roman Catholic and Protestant.