palmie

palmie

(ˈpɑːmɪ)
n
1. (Computer Science) informal a palmtop computer
2. dialect Northern English a strike with the palm of a hand
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Even the Wild Bunch might have run for the hills had they seen Paparemborde, Paco, Cholley, Imbernon, Palmie, Rives, Bastiat and Skrela coming the other way.
He can still reel off the names of the eight forwards who made up possibly the meanest Test pack ever assembled, the one that faced Wales in the legendary Grand Slam shoot-out in Cardiff in 1976: Cholley, Paco, Paperembode, Imbernon, Palmie, Rives, Skrela and Bastiat.
Nesse sentido, ha um consenso na literatura sobre as principais praticas de internacionalizacao da inovacao que podem determinam a coordenacao e integracao global das subsidiarias das multinacionais, sendo elas: a autonomia da subsidiaria (Birkinshaw, Hood & Young, 2005), as atribuicoes da subsidiaria (Cantwell & Mudambi, 2005; Noorderhaven & Harzing, 2009), a transferencia reversa de ativos do conhecimento (Ambos & Schlegelmilch, 2007; Keupp, Palmie & Gassmann, 2011), e ambidesteridade (Birkinshaw & Gibson, 2004).
Palmie (2006) remarks on the current diffusion of vocabulary used in generalised terms such as 'hybridity' and 'creolisation', which describe post-modern Caribbean cultural identity.
Florante Tabuso, 36, died at the scene while Palmie Susa, 36; Liezel Agcamaran, 33, and Joshua Rubang, 10, were taken to a hospital for treatment of gunshot wounds.
The three wounded victims were identified as Palmie Susa, 36, Ryan Briones, 16 and Joshua Rubang, 10, all residents of the same place, currently confined in the hospital for their treatment.
For a broader discussion of heterochronotopy, the contingent and multiple experiences of history and temporality, see Stephan Palmie and Charles Stewart, "Introduction: For an Anthropology of History," HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 6.1 (2016): 207-236.
Mas que promover la eliminacion de la clasificacion racial como convencion cientifica y social, la genomica naturaliza tales diferencias al <<develar>> los elementos ocultos de origen biologico que explican y estabilizan dichos arreglos sociales, como el de la distincion racial (Palmie, 2007: 210).
and Sybil Lewis Award of the Caribbean Studies Association; Dream Nation: Puerto Rican Culture and the Fictions of Independence, by Maria Acosta Cruz (New Brunswick NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2014, paper US$28.95); and Spirited Things: The Work of "Possession" in Afro-Atlantic Religions, edited by Paul Christopher Johnson (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2014, paper US$35.00), which features some excellent chapters--by Stephan PalmiE, Kristina Wirtz, Elizabeth McAlister, Karen Richman, Raquel Romberg, and others--on various Caribbean sites (as well as a blurb by RP, calling it "an innovative, stimulating take on Black Atlantic religions").
Organizations are inserted in an economic environment increasingly marked by rapid change and great technological and information revolution (Castells, 1999; Olave & Amato, 2005), which has forced companies to seek new strategies to remain competitive (Olave & Amato, 2005; Bueno & Balestrin, 2012; Keupp, Palmie, & Gassmann, 2012).