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godet

[gō′det]
(textiles)
A roller used in stretching synthetic fiber filaments.
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This guide is there to help them," explains Alain Godet.
We appeal instead to two expositors, the one from earlier and the other from more recent times, whose names have authority even in high society--Calvin and Godet.
Kadangi JAV zemes ukio politika numato paramos zemes ukiui augima, drastiskas Europos Sajungos BZUP sistemos pakeitimas, mazinant paramos dydi, atims is ES "maisto ginkla" (Durance, Godet 2007) ir sumazins konkurencinguma pasaulineje zemes ukio produkcijos rinkoje.
Blaise Godet, for example, believes the transmission of testimony about
Godet said that it would take some time for the markets to assess whether Goldman Sachs is right on the issue.
8) Godet and Pfeife both brought attention to different methodologies of forecasting the future in strategic management.
Citing a letter to Durand, Wheeldon finds a basis for comparison with Couperin among those of Debussy's etudes for which Godet did not find parallels with Chopin.
1) This study of, research on and thinking about the future have created the so-called futurist, euphemistically referred to by Godet as 'the conspirator of the future'.
Ambassador Blaise Godet ("Reforming Human Rights," Winter 2008) defends the early steps of the Human Rights Council (HRC) as it tries to avoid the criticisms that resulted in the demise to the Human Rights Commission.
Similarly, a study by Godet et al showed that preoperative percutaneous coronary intervention did not significantly decrease postoperative cardiac events.