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"Sixty percent AMI is where the demand is," Van Nimwegen says.
(20) Van nimwegen, O.: The Dutch Army and the Military Revolutions 1588-1688, Woodbridge, Boydell, 2010, pp.
[11.] de Haan L, Lavalaye J, van Bruggen M, van Nimwegen L, Booij J, van Amelsvoort T, et al.
(ii) FAST (Fast Analyses Solution Technique): allows the rapid improvement of a process, giving immediate returns to the organization (Harrington, Esseling and Nimwegen, 1997);
van Nimwegen et al., "Protective effect of Schistosoma mansoni infection on allergic airway inflammation depends on the intensity and chronicity of infection," Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, vol.
Nimwegen and Manner, ILR 249 (1951); de la Division Judicial del Consejo para la Restauracion de Derechos Legales de 29 de junio de 1956 en el caso Ratz-Lienert en Klein v.
van Nimwegen, Olaf, The Dutch Army and the Military Revolutions 1588-1688, Warfare in History, Volume: 31.
In addition, including the participants (e.g., JC Penney's mission statement) in the mission statement demonstrates that the company cares for these stakeholders, which include resource providers such as customers and employees and the non-resource providers such as the community, and the environment (van Nimwegen, Bollen, Hassink, and Thijssens, 2008).
En este sentido, algunos autores afirman que basarse unicamente en la carga cognitiva no es suficiente, e incluso puede ser contraproducente a la hora de evaluar los logros de aprendizaje (van Nimwegen, Burgos, van Oostendorp & Schijf, 2006).
A further problem at a diplomatic level with regard to the Dutch Republic's neutrality is the 'barrier' in the Southern Low Countries (Denys 115-139, Van Nimwegen 147-173).