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Capa

Robert, real name André Friedmann. 1913--54, Hungarian photographer, who established his reputation as a photojournalist during the Spanish Civil War.
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We measured the degree of internationalization as the ratio of foreign sales to total sales (FSTS), which has been widely used in prior research (Capar and Kotabe 2003; Geringer et al.
Croatia: (Starting Five): Ivo Jukic, Matija Capar, Dario Marinovic, Josip Suton, Tihomir Novak.(Substitutions): Zarko Luketin, Jakov Grcic Jakov, Matija Dulvat, Josko Zarkovic, Dean
Furthermore, Chinta and Capar (2007) described the behaviour of Chinese staff and its relationship with authority and power distance perception by suggesting that the comprehension of cultural differences is essential, since culture influences the way HR behave.
O bloqueio de varias plataformas bloggers e os constantes ataques so serviu para que o virus da opiniao livre mutou para formas mais complicadas de capar. O DNA da expressao cidada nao cedera diante de vacinas baseadas na intimidacao e a difamacao: terminara por infectar a todos.
(21.) Mustafa Capar, "Tek Parti Donemi: Milli Egitim, Milli Dil ve Turklestirme Politikalari" in Derya Demirler ve Mert Kayhan (eds.), Turkiye'de Azinlik Haklari Sorunu: Vatandaslik ve Demokrasi Eksenli Bir Yaklasim (Istanbul: TESEV Yayinlari, 2006), p.
Wolnik KA, Fricke FL, Capar SG, Meyer MW, Satzger D, Bonnin E, Gaston CM (1985) Elements in major raw agricultural crops in the United States.
Kuvaki B, Tuncali B, Capar E 2005 A comparison of the efficacy of heparinised and non-heparinised solutions for maintenance of perioperative radial arterial catheter patency and subsequent ccclusion Anesthesia & Analgesia 100 (4) 1117-1121
El radical chap es el mismo de chapler, "cortar a pedazos, trinchar", y se relaciona con el castellano capar, "castrar" (192).
This relationship has been studied extensively in the international strategy literature (Capar and Kotabe, 2003).