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ratten

(ˈrætən)
vb (tr)
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) commerce history to sabotage or steal (tools), or harass in order to disrupt workers
2. (Historical Terms) commerce history to sabotage or steal (tools), or harass in order to disrupt workers
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Contract notice: general planning services for the reconstruction of the leisure center ratten
Summary of the previous studies on cloud computing services adoption Author(s) Country Subject/ Sample Size Ratten (2016) Australia Managers /142 Arpaci (2016) Turkey Students/262 Hew and Kadir (2016) Malaysia Teachers/ 1064 Alhamma di, Stanier, Saudi Arabia Computing and Eardley (2015) professionals/ 81 Park, Park, Seo, and China and Korea College students Li (2015) and employees/ 337 Ratten (2015) USA and Turkey Students/249 A.
Nota-se que ser orientado ao mercado exige que todas as decisoes sejam tomadas com base em informacoes dos torcedores-clientes, inteligencia competitiva e uma visao clara da proposta de valor do clube (RATTEN, 2016).
Approved C Ratten - works to trees - tree preservation order 04/88 at 3 Crowlees Gardens, Mirfield.
Last summer's basket bag trend is here to stay - from oversized woven totes to mini ratten styles, we can't get enough.
Recent research by (Ratten, Ferreira, & Fernandes, 2016) finds empirical evidence that entrepreneurial firms' network knowledge impacts the likelihood of starting a new firm.
The concentration on a particular object within the speaker's field of vision is one model--reminiscent of the Dinggedichte of Trakl's elder compatriot Rainer Maria Rilke--employed in several other phase-two poems, most notably "Die Raben" (IA 1: 392-96), "Die Ratten" (IA 1: 397-400), and "Die Bauern" (IA 1: 473-77).
These changes have made many athletes celebrities and multi-millionaires, and have substantially increased the visibility of sport in the United States and internationally (Ratten, 2011).
Pallauf, "Zinkdepletion wachsender Ratten," Zeitschrift fUr Tierphysiologie Tierernahrung und Futtermittelkunde, vol.
The role played by sports clubs in promoting and developing physical and sports activities is gaining increased recognition in the literature (RATTEN, 2016).