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meso-

[′me·zō]
(chemistry)
A prefix meaning intermediate or middle, as in denoting inactive optical isomers, the form of intermediate inorganic acid, the middle position in cyclic organic compounds, or a ring system with middle ring positions.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In Step 1, we entered the control variables, followed by the main effects of micro-, meso- and macro-level uncertainty and the three organization structure variables in Step 2.
Based on contingency theory and organizational theory, we hypothesized a relationship between process (SCI), structure (centralization, formalization and flatness) and environment (micro-, meso- and macro-level uncertainty).
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The authors (all of the European University Institute) address three dimensions of the movement: a micro-dimension concerning the characteristics of the activists, a meso- dimension involving organizational networks and activities, and a macro-dimension concerned with the interaction between the movement and the establishment.