rosebloom

rosebloom

[′rōz‚blüm]
(plant pathology)
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Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT) charts were used by the United States Navy's Special Projects Office in the 1960s to produce ballistic missiles for the new Polaris submarine (Malcolm, Rosebloom, Clark, & Fazar, 1959).
By using Rosebloom's theory as a framework and borrowing ideas from NPM, researches in future could be focused on developing a new theory of public administration which resolves discrepancies in public policy and administration on the one hand and reconciles competing values of probity, efficiency, effectiveness, equity, and innovation on the other.
Steve Asch and Cara Rosebloom are marketing the space, which offers 4,104 s/f on the ground floor and 4,000 s/f of basement with an additional 7,000 s/f of selling basement that can be made available.
Asi, la nocion de depredacion percibida ejercera un efecto indirecto sobre la cooperacion (Rosebloom et al., 2007).
(5.) For example see Mary Niall Mitchell, '"Rosebloom and Pure White,' Or So It Seemed," American Quarterly 54, no.
"Rosebloom" is her story as she travels from a piddly little farm in southwest Wisconsin across America and not in the most pure of ways either, and that the world is just like that--not that pure.
Wilson ran the race, Sue Morris of Milton, N.H., has won the race, pairing three times with Chris Schmidt of Southampton and once each with Lorie Rosebloom of Mount Vision, N.Y., and Kate Ellis of Milton, N.H.
Sullivan, E.V., Fama, R., Rosebloom, M.J., & Pfefferbaum, A.
This feature conforms to the advice of the literature in cognitive science on concept acquisition (see Laird, Rosebloom and Newell 1986, and Newell 1990).
Investigations revealed that Rosebloom soils underlay swamplands; Chenneby soils underlay lower terraces and wet bottoms; Cascilla soils underlay the middle terraces; Bigbee soils underlay high terraces; and Siwell soils underlay the upper slopes of the bluff uplands (Soil Survey Staff, 1975).
Small towns in our state with "rose" in the title abound, so Art Director Lori Brechtel and I had our pick between Rose Hill, Rosedale, Roseacres, Rosebloom, Rosebud, and even a Rosette in Stone County.
Up in Tallahatchie County, the picturesque community of Rosebloom, Located thirteen miles southeast of Charleston, acquired its name from the resolute Cherokee Roses that continue to flourish there.