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  • 181Conformation activity relationship — is the relationship between the biological activity and the conformation or conformational changes of a biomolecule. This terminology emphasizes the importance of dynamic conformational changes for the biological function, rather than the… …

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  • 182Principal-Agent Relationship — An arrangement in which one entity legally appoints another to act on its behalf. In a principal agent relationship, the agent acts on behalf of the principal and should not have a conflict of interest in carrying out the act. The relationship… …

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  • 183Leicester and its relationship with the River Soar and Grand Union Canal — This entry aims to examine the ways in which the natural and urban overlap and change with respect to one another over time and space in an urban setting. The entry will focus on Leicester and its relationship with the River Soar and Grand Union… …

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  • 184Stern-Volmer relationship — The Stern Volmer relationship, named after Otto Stern and Max Volmer, [ O. Stern and M. Volmer Über die Abklingzeit der Fluoreszenz , Physik. Zeitschr. 20 183 188 (1919) as cited in Mehra and Rechenberg, Volume 1, Part 2, 2001, 849.] allows us to …

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  • 185Commonly used terms of relationship and comparison in dentistry — There are numerous commonly used terms of relationship and comparison that refer to different aspects of teeth and are frequently utilized in articles about dentistry. Many of them are included below as a sort of glossary to assist with… …

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  • 186Cultural relationship between the Welsh and the English — The relationship between the Welsh and English within Great Britain is mostly characterised by tolerance, respect, and an intermixing of people and cultures. However, elements of mutual mistrust or dislike, and occasionally overt racism, also… …

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  • 187Stakeholder-Relationship-Management — Als Stakeholder (engl.) wird eine natürliche Person, Personengruppe oder Institution bezeichnet, die ein Interesse am Verlauf oder Ergebnis eines Prozesses (z. B. eines Projekts oder der wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung eines Unternehmens) hat.… …

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  • 188Strukturiertes Entity-Relationship-Modell — Die Strukturierte Entity Relationship Modellierung (SERM) erhebt den Anspruch, die Datenmodellierung nach der Entity Relationship Methode zu erweitern. Sie wurde ursprünglich 1989 von Prof. Dr. Elmar Sinz (Universität Bamberg) veröffentlicht und… …

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  • 189Prospect Relationship Management — Le Prospect Relationship Management (ou Prospect RM) signifie en français gestion de la relation prospect. Ce concept marketing, né dans les années 2000, désigne les méthodes et les outils (logiciels) de gestion des prospects, c est à dire des… …

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  • 190Quantitative structure-activity relationship — Relation quantitative structure à activité Une relation quantitative structure à activité (en anglais : Quantitative structure activity relationship ou encore QSAR) est le procédé par lequel une structure chimique est corrélée avec un effet… …

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  • 191Customer relationship management — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda CRM (de la sigla del término en inglés Customer Relationship Management ), posee varios significados: La administración basada en la relación con los clientes. CRM, es un modelo de gestión de toda la organización,… …

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  • 192Supplier Relationship Management — SRM (del acrónimo inglés Supplier Relationship Management ) La gestión de las relaciones con los proveedores (suministradores, acreedores) es un término que describe los métodos y procesos de una empresa o una institución que compra. Esto puede… …

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  • 193avoidance relationship — ▪ anthropology       in human societies, the institutionalized, formal avoidance of one individual by another. Avoidance relationships usually involve persons of opposite sexes who have a specific kin (kinship) relationship to one another.… …

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  • 194business relationship — In the context of money laundering, an arrangement between two or more persons, one of whom must be acting in the course of a business. The purpose of the arrangement is for transactions to take place on a frequent or regular basis between those… …

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  • 195customer relationship management — UK US noun [U] (ABBREVIATION CRM, also customer management, also consumer management, also relationship management) ► COMMERCE, MARKETING the plan and system that a business has for dealing with customers over a period of time: » …

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  • 196confidential relationship — n: fiduciary relationship Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 197love-hate relationship — love hate re.lationship n [C usually singular] if you have a love hate relationship with someone or something, sometimes you really like or love them, and sometimes you really dislike or hate them love hate relationship with ▪ her love hate… …

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  • 198gift relationship — Social scientists usually regard a gift as an expression of the relationship between donor and recipient. In The Gift (1954) Marcel Mauss argued that gifts are widely obligatory and reciprocal. This behaviour could not be explained in terms of… …

    Dictionary of sociology

  • 199fabric of a relationship — basis of a relationship, style of a relationship, manner in which a relationship is managed …

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  • 200fiduciary relationship — a relationship in which one person holds a position of trust with respect to the other and is expected to act solely in the best interests of that person. In medicine, the doctor–patient relationship is a fiduciary relationship …

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