Piatak

Piatak

 

(also, piatachok), popular name for a Russian five-kopeck piece. The piatak was minted in silver from the early 19th century to 1915. Copper coins were minted from 1723 to 1881 and in 1911–12. In the Soviet Union the piatak was minted in copper from 1924, in bronze from 1926, and in brass from 1961.

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(25.) Persaud D, Gay H, Ziemniak C, Chen YH, Piatak M Jr, Chun TW, et al.
The literature is divided between the specialists who consider that employees' motivation in the public sector is mainly influenced by extrinsic motivational factors (Miller, 2005; Prendergast, 2007), and those who consider that the intrinsic factors are the most determinant ones (Vandenabeele, 2007; Langbein, 2010; Perry et al., 2010; Piatak, 2016).
Romzek, Barbara S., Kelly LeRoux, Jocelyn Johnston, Robin Kempf, et Jaclyn Schede Piatak. 2014.
Grounded theory enables scholars to probe complex structures, phenomena, and processes through practitioner perspectives (Agranoff, 2007), and has been utilized to explore the meaning of or outcomes resulting from: bureaucratic values (Stark, 2014), nonprofit policy influence (Fyall, 2016), informal accountability (Romzek, LeRoux, and Blackmar, 2012), policy implementation structures (Sandfort, 2000), effective organizational rules (Dehart-Davis, 2009), government-organized public participation (Buckwalter, 2014), leadership in nonprofit organizations (Vasavada, 2012), and collaboration (Romzek, LeRoux, Johnston, Kempf, and Piatak, 2014), among others.
Barnow, Burt, John Trutko, and Jaclyn Schede Piatak (2013).
Abraham, Radhika Menon, Samantha Seidor, Michael Cooney, Kevin Roberts, Rhoda Sperling, Michael Piatak Jr., Jeffrey D.
From the industrial Midwest (ten votes), the region hardest hit by deindustrialization and unemployment, as Tom Piatak has pointed out in these pages, only three senators voted against.
"It is hard to see how genuine conservatives benefit from removing limits on corporate political expenditures," Tom Piatak argued last year in the pages of Chronicles.
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Differences in the fluorescence of different sized ethidium bromide-stained PCR fragments was corrected for by multiplying by a ratio of 110/191 obtained by comparison to the amplified standard (Piatak et-al., 1993).