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Ruyter

Michiel Adriaanszoon de . 1607--76, Dutch admiral, noted for actions in the Anglo-Dutch wars in 1652--53, 1665--67, 1672, and 1673, when he prevented an Anglo-French invasion
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The cleaning of walls (including various components) in the IJ, the Piet Hein tunnel, the tunnel and the Amsterdam Arena Michiel de Ruyter Tunnel in the municipality of Amsterdam.
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Alex de Ruyter, professor and director of the Centre for Brexit Studies at Birmingham City University.
During the afternoon sessions, De Ruyter Strategy will moderate troubleshooting workshops, extending their in-depth research with FINAT members that the company first introduced at last year's European Label Forum.
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It operated alongside Dutch cruisers De Ruyter and Java, the USS Houston and HMS Exeter, Electra and Encounter - all ships that have been partially or completely salvaged.
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1996), theoretical and empirical evidence is lacking regarding this relationship (de Ruyter et al.
Ademais, nos tambem estendemos a literatura mensurando a ambidestria nao mais em nivel organizacional, conforme Gibson e Birkinshaw (2004), mas em nivel individual e aplicada nas atividades de vendas e de provisao de servicos, conforme Jasmand, Blazevic e Ruyter (2012).
Patterson, Yu and Ruyter (2006), by studying consumer engagement in the context of services based on the organizational behavior literature, defined customer engagement as a multidimensional construct comprised by the dimensions: vigor, dedication, absorption and interaction.