Galagan

Galagan

 

caviar from the pike perch; extracted whole, with the membrane (iastyk), and salted with dry salt. It is an export article.

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Comas I, Chakravartti J, Small PM, Galagan J, Niemann S, Kremer K, et al.
One successful approach is to create formal learning networks so that the identification and transfer of effective practices become part of the job (Nonaka and Konno 1998; Galagan 1997).
Galagan (2003) afirma que el aprendizaje on-line es una profesion donde no se sabe cual es su propio nombre (al tener una crisis de identidad), o de una cosa que se transforma en algo nuevo y mejor.
Galagan [5] proposed a list of knowledge management processes such as generating new knowledge, accessing knowledge from external sources, representing knowledge in documents, databases, software, embedding knowledge in processes, products or services, transferring existing knowledge around an organisation, using assessable knowledge in decision making, facilitating knowledge growth though culture and incentives and measuring the value of knowledge assets and the impact of knowledge management.
In 1861, prominent commission members (Rigel'man, Galagan, and Iuzefovich), Cyrillo-Methodian alumni (Kostomarov, Kulish), and radical student leaders (Antonovich), joined forces to launch the Russian and Ukrainian-language journal Osnava.
2) Likewise, Soviet critics find Resurrection to be less than a perfect model of the ideological novel; Galina Galagan argues that though Tolstoy attempted to come up with a "novel of a new type" by bringing his hero closer "to the people and to revolution," it was ultimately Maksim Gorky who fully accomplished the task of writing a new social novel (262).
Shanas (1945) analysed the American Journal of Sociology through fifty years in the first half of the twentieth century, while Galagan celebrated fifty years of the American 'magazine' Training & Development by presenting a brief sampling of some issues, ideas and people over the second half of the twentieth century: 'From the no-nonsense idealism of the 1940s and 50s, through the social consciousness of the 60s and 70s, to the bottom-line thinking of the 1980s and 90s, Training & Development magazine has been the voice of the profession' (1996: 32).
Em Sao Roque do Canaa, os valores encontrados variaram dentro do padrao estabelecido por Galagan e Vermillion (16), para a fluoretacao das aguas de abastecimento publico de acordo com a temperatura local (0,6 a 1,0 ppmF).
Listing Brokers: Randy Green and Vatali Galagan, Century 21 NY Metro
In an interview with Patricia Galagan (1991), Peter Senge reveals that the five disciplines were assembled from theories contributed by his colleagues at MIT and leading authorities within each of the areas.
Chris Galagan, ASA GIS manager, says, "The color graphics make it easy to interpret the predictive-model results in a geographic context.