calite

calite

[′kā‚līt]
(metallurgy)
A heat-resistant alloy of iron, nickel, and aluminum which resists oxidation up to 2200°F (1204°C) and is practically noncorrodible under ordinary conditions of exposure.
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La verti- calite dont on a pu montrer qu'elle etait le symbole de la domination sur la nature.
Companies have shifted their operations to cheaper and low regulation havens--a process that has also occurred in other industries, like manufacturing, especially after the enlargement of the European Union (Woolfson 2006, 2007; Woolfson and Calite 2007, 2008).
These include the new Eastern European 'tiger economies'--like Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania--which have made widespread cuts to their already deficient regulatory apparatuses (Woolfson and Calite 2008).
Woolfson, Charles; Calite, Dace; Kallaste (2008), Epp Employee 'voice' and working environment in post-communist New Member States: an empirical analysis of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, Industrial Relations Journal, Vol.
Continental attempted to make these kinds of fundamental change to its business processes with the regional launch of its low-cost CALite service.
Continental cited two main reasons for its decision to relocate its crew base personnel -- the discontinuation of CALite service which has resulted in fewer flights, and the lack of profitability in certain markets.