Konchar

Konchar

 

(from Turkic), an old Russian and Oriental thrust weapon (a sword) with a long, thin three- or four-edged blade (up to 1.5 m) to strike the enemy through chain armor. It was used from the 14th to the 16th century.

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Fort Wayne junior John Konchar (West Chicago) earned Summit League first-team honors a third straight season.
Another comparison study conducted by Konchar and Sanvido also showed that the effect of DB project delivery methods indicated that the unit cost in DB projects were at least 6.
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2009; Konchar and Sanvido 1998; Ndekugri and Turner 1994; Songer and Molenaar 1996, 1997; United States Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration 2006; Water Design-Build Council 2009).
As the traditional design-bid-build delivery method is inadequate to meet the demands and challenges of the changing world, more and more clients resort to the DB operational variations due to their evident advantages, such as single-point responsibility, shortening time, pushing contractors to upgrade technology (Ndekugri, Turner 1994; Songer, Molenaar 1997; Konchar, Sanvido 1998).
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As documented by Konchar in 1997, a Penn State researcher compared the design-build and design-bid-build project delivery methods (Konchar, 1997).
The Oprah Affect: Critical Essays on Oprah's Book Club Edited by Cecilia Konchar Farr and Jaime Harker, Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2008.