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  • Business Law

    College Virginia Edgerton Law, JD Saint Leo University Paolo Longo, Jr. Valencia Community College Linda McCarley Bevill State Community College Derek Mosley Meridian Community College Michael Murphy Langston University - Tulsa Jeffrey D. Penley, JD Catawba Valley Community College Simone I. Rosenberg Valencia Community College – East Campus Joseph A. Spadaro Naugatuck Valley Community College Darrell H. Thompson Mountain View College Cathy Trecek Iowa Western Community College Thomas K. Ware Johnson

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  • Principles of Marketing

    Maes, Davenport University Tamara Mangleburg, Florida Atlantic University Patricia M. Manninen, North Shore Community College Wendy Martin, Judson College, Illinois Patrick H. McCaskey, Millersville University June McDowell-Davis, Catawba College/High Point University Samuel McNeely, Murray State University H. Lee Meadow, Indiana University East H. Lee Meadow, Northern Illinois University John Mellon, College Misericordia Mohan K. Menon, University of Southern Alabama

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  • Duke Energy

    utility company have a diverse selection of energy: hydroelectric, solar, nuclear, coal and natural gas, and wind energy. The corporation began as the Catawba power company in the early 1900s with three main contributors. These men were Dr. W. Gill Wylie, James Buchanan Duke and William States Lee. In 1904 they opened their first power plant, the Catawba Hydro Station in South Carolina. After World War II the company went through an economic boom and exponentially demand increase for energy. This period

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  • Indian Frontier Wars

    Britian’s warriors and did much of the fighting in the imperial wars. Although the Indians stood behind their beliefs, certain Indian tribes became allies of the French, as other tribes became British allies. New tribes were also created including Catawba and Creek from their remnants. As farmland became the North American way of living, male Indians used their sources well and became hunters. Fur trade was then established in 1945 amongst the colonists and Indians, which also allowed the Indians

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  • Caring for Populations: Assessment and Diagnosis

    with most homes being single family and middle class. There are a couple sections of town occupied by multi-family homes that appear substandard. Outside of the city limits there are many agricultural residential areas. As Rock Hill borders the Catawba River and Lake Wylie there are also large single family residences that one may refer to as mansions. Upon completion of the Window Survey it is noted that may people are being active throughout the day. Two of the busiest parts of Rock Hill have

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  • Evaluation of Duke Energy’s Financial Strength

    o Debt-to-Equity o Debt-to-Assets • Profitability o Return on Assets (ROA) o Return on Equity (ROE) History of Duke Energy Dr. W. Gill Wylie, James Buchanan Duke, and William States Lee founded Duke Energy in the early 1900’s with the Catawba Power Company. They opened the first power plant in 1904 providing electricity in Rock Hill, South Carolina. After the II World War, energy related companies boomed as the rise for electrical appliances soared. This major growth expansion provided

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  • Econimmosc

    second block runs from 3,000 to 3,500 kWh).  Under the third block price P3  = AC = 5, the third block of quantity demanded is Q3 = 4500 — 100(5) = 4,000 million kWh (i.e., the third block runs from 3,500 to 4,000 kWh). Diff: 2 Section: 11.2 507 82) The Catawba River City Park has a low demand D 1 during work days, but on Saturday and Sunday demand increases to D 2  on Saturday and Sunday.  The demand and marginal revenue functions are: D1  = P1  = 2 - 0.001Q1 MR1  =  2 - 0.002Q1 D2  = P2  = 20 - 0.01Q2

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  • Many Cultures Develop a Nation - Native American Tribes

    peace with the interior neighbors under the control of colonial influence. Cooperation for the Iroquois was ideal for purposes of exercising control over the Indian population in general. They also engaged in war with the southern tribes such as the Catawba. Unity among the Iroquois in terms of social, cultural and politics was based on the village or the local community rather than individuality or confederacy (Alber, 2000). The development among the Iroquois tribe ascends in three phases: savagism

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  • Student

    against a Big East team, and the CIAA Basketball Tournament which is held in the Time Warner Cable Arena. Golf lovers can attend one of the top events on the PGA tour, the Wells Fargo Championship. The U.S. National Whitewater Center is located on the Catawba River and is the world’s largest artificial whitewater river and U.S. Olympic Training site. The 307-acre facility includes whitewater rafting, kayaking, mountain biking and hiking trails, a climbing center and ropes course, along with a 2,400 square

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  • Is3920 Lab 9

    numbers, SSNs “News Summaries Ozaukee and Washington Counties,” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, July 16, 2006, p. Z3. CRS-33 Education Incidents Date Publicized Who Was Affected Number Affected Type of Data Released/Compromised Source(s) Catawba County Schools (Newton, NC) - website exposed personal data June 2006 students who had taken keyboarding and computer applications placement test during the 2001-02 school year 619 names, SSNs, test scores Shain, Andrew, and Hannah Mitchell

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  • Catawba

    Catawba Industrial Company is located in the west of Charlotte. Maybe many of your are not familiar with Charlotte , so let me firstly give you a brief introduction of this city. It is the largest city in the U.S. state of North Carolina and the second largest financial center by assets following New York City. For example, Bank of America and the East Coast operations of Wells Fargo are headquartered in the city. Two nick names. Back to the Introduction of Catawba. It is a major supplier

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  • Disparities in Educational Attainment

    Disparities in South Carolina and the Role of Rural Locality and Educational Attainment.. Southern Medical Journal, Vol. 94 Issue 7, p711, 8p The commonness of chosen health and disparities in educational attainment signs were compared among the Catawba Indians, African Americans, and whites in South Carolina, considering the probable role of rural locality and education. Other South Carolina residents were respondents of the 1995-1997 Behavioral Risk Factor Survey (4,150 whites and 1,413 African

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  • Forest Hill Paper Company

    As Captain Paul and his men were returning they accidently met with the other party of Indians, which had been to Catawba and committed some depredations and murders there. They were discovered about midnight, encamped on the north bank of New River at the Mouth of Indian Creek opposite the Island. Excepting some few who were watching three prisoners, whom they had taken at Catawba, and who were sitting in the midst of them, they were lying around a small fire wrapped in skins and blankets. Paul

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  • Grass

    Travis Weaver English 112 June 1st, 2012 Primary Research Essay Lake Wylie is located on Gaston and Mecklenburg Counties in North Carolina and York County in South Carolina. The lakes water supply primarily comes from the Catawba River. The lake is man-made and used to create hydroelectricity by Duke Power Company. Lake Wylie is a large lake and offers an abundance of space for recreation and activities including: boating, fishing, water skiing, sun bathing, swimming and numerous other activities

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  • Melungeons

    South Carolina and the Creoles and Redbones of Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. Now for the possible kinship to various Native American groups include the Algonquin tribes in eastern and central Virginia, as well as the Lumbees, Monacans, Saponi, Catawba, Cherokee, and the Muskogee/Creek tribes of the deeper south” (Sullivan County Genealogical Society). Melungeon 3 Even though all of these “subgroups” possess their own unique history and culture, there is historical and cultural evidence

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  • Catawba

    Problem  As the financial consultants of Catawba Industrial Company our aim is to determine the best course of action to pursue with respect to the introduction of the new proposed light weight compressor. This course of action must remain within the production capacity restrictions the company faces.  Alternatives  Status Quo:  The company will continue to produce the standard compressor to satisfy the requirements for the automatic paint system and the demand that currently exists for this

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  • The Hardest Letter

    South Carolina was the eighth state to ratify the Constitution. As with other of the 13 Colonies, the land was originally inhabited by Native Americans. The main tribes living in the area were the Kiawah, Cherokee, the Catawbas, the Creek, and the Yamasee. They grew corn and beans. The colony expanded during the next several years and included much of what is now North Carolina as well. (It was named after the British king, Charles.) In 1710, a royal decree divided the colony into two, North

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  • Corn and the Native Americans: a Brief Journey Through the Maize

    ceremony while the Navajo rejoice in the pollen. Two of the most well-known and widely celebrated are the Busk and the Tablita. Both celebrate the bounty and praised gratitude for the gifts befallen them from mother earth and their Corn Mother. The Catawba, Cherokee, Creek, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Timucua, and Seminole all have some form of Busk. The word “busk” comes from paskita meaning to fast. Also known as the Green Corn Ceremony, it is “linked to the ripening of the second or late crop of the corn

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  • The Effectiveness of Social Studies Solutions

    designed to have a lesson a day on the sheets. The selling point to the students was that they only have one page of notes per day in their class. The creator of the notebook and the ancillary items was a teacher from Maiden High School in Catawba County, North Carolina named Jason Adams. Mr. Adams sought a new way to find instructional materials away from the “big, bulky” Social Studies Textbooks. For example, the United States History textbook employed by Harnett County Schools has over

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  • Or- Bernard Taylor

    students between the districts that would achieve all these goals.” The others nodded and frowned. A. Formulate a goal programming model to help the board with its dilemma. B. Solve the goal programming model by using the computer. Case Problem Catawba Valley Highway Patrol providing assistance to motorists, answering distress calls, handling emergencies and accidents when called to the scene, and occasionally apprehending criminals. Commander Crawford has 23 patrol cars that he wants to assign

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  • Academic Standards Sc

    student will utilize the knowledge and skills set forth in the following indicators: Indicators 3-2.1 Compare the culture, governance, and physical environment of the major Native American tribal groups of South Carolina, including the Cherokee, Catawba, and Yemassee. Summarize the motives, activities, and accomplishments of the exploration of South Carolina by the Spanish, French, and English. Describe the initial contact, cooperation, and conflict between the Native Americans and European settlers

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  • To Kill a Mocking Bird

    had long conversations with one another, they wore cunning little clothes and lived in a warm house beneath a kitchen stove. By the time Mrs. Cat called the drugstore for an order of chocolate malted mice the class was wriggling like a bucketful of catawba worms. Miss Caroline seemed unaware that the ragged, denim-shirted and floursack-skirted first grade, most of whom had chopped cotton and fed hogs from the time they were able to walk, were immune to imaginative literature. Miss Caroline came to the

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  • Hehehhe

    Ewell Bridgewater College Mary M. Fanning College of Notre Dame of Maryland Merideth Ferguson Baylor University Karen Fritz Bridgewater College Yezdi H. Godiwalla University of Wisconsin— Whitewater James Halloran Wesleyan College Stephen R. Hiatt Catawba College Betty Hoge Bridgewater College Jody Jones Oklahoma Christian University P REFACE xvii Jerry Kinard Western Carolina University Sal Kukalis California State University—Long Beach Joyce LeMay Bethel University Wade McCutcheon East

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  • Aaaa

    second block runs from 3,000 to 3,500 kWh).  Under the third block price P3  = AC = 5, the third block of quantity demanded is Q3 = 4500 — 100(5) = 4,000 million kWh (i.e., the third block runs from 3,500 to 4,000 kWh). Diff: 2 Section: 11.2 507 82) The Catawba River City Park has a low demand D 1 during work days, but on Saturday and Sunday demand increases to D 2  on Saturday and Sunday.  The demand and marginal revenue functions are: D1  = P1  = 2 - 0.001Q1 MR1  =  2 - 0.002Q1 D2  = P2  = 20 - 0.01Q2

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  • Catawba Industry

    Catawba Industrial Company Problem As the financial consultants of Catawba Industrial Company our aim is to determi ne the best course of action to pursue with respect to the introduction of the new proposed light weight compressor. This course of action must remain within the production capacity restrictions the company faces. Alternatives Status Quo: The company will continue to produce the standard compressor to satisfy the requ irements for the automatic paint system and the demand that currently

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  • Bloodlines of the Illuminati

    dealing with children like Social Services, and even Police Departments get money from the Reynolds Foundations. IN 1984 the Z. SMITH REYNOLDS FOUNDATION in North Carolina gave money to these following organizations (plus some others not listed): Catawba College - $75,000 Chapel Hill Police Department - $37,500 Child Watch - $25,000 Contact of Winston-Salem (a crisis counseling service) - $15,000 Council on Drug Abuse - $27,000 Elizabeth City State University - $50,000 Family & Children’s Service

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  • Contemporary Business

    Community College Joyce Thompson Lehigh-Carbon Community College Trudy Borst Ferris State University Barney Carlson Yuba College xii Acknowledgements Bonnie Chavez Santa Barbara City College William D. Foster Fontbonne College Kathy Irwin Catawba Valley Community College Felipe Chia Harrisburg Area Community College Blane Franckowiak Tarrant County Community College Gloria M. Jackson San Antonio College Rowland Chidomere Winston-Salem State University Edward Friese Okaloosa-Walton Community

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  • Test2

    catalog/SDRMZG Catalonia/M catalpa/SM catalysis/M catalyst/SM catalytic catalytically catalyze/DSG catamaran/MS catapult/MGSD cataract/MS Catarina/M catarrh/M catarrhs catastrophe/SM catastrophic catastrophically catatonia/MS catatonic/S Catawba/M catbird/MS catboat/SM catcall/SMDG catchable/U catchall/MS catch/BRSJLGZ catcher/M catchment/SM catchpenny/S catchphrase/S catchup/MS catchword/MS catchy/TR catechism/MS catechist/SM catechize/SDG catecholamine/MS categoric categorical/Y

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  • Swot

    Christine E. Jones SWOT Analysis: Catawba County Community Health East Carolina University SWOT Analysis: Catawba County Community Health A Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT) analysis is a process that can be used to assess internal and external attributes that positively and negatively affect the health status of a community (Feldman, Alexander, & Greenberg, 2011). The ultimate goal of a SWOT analysis is to devise and implement strategies to neutralize threats to

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  • Cvf Walmart

    movements in communities around the U.S. to stop Wal-Mart from opening stores in their areas. For me, the most interesting point in the movie dealt with Wal-Mart’s environmental practices. In Belmont, North Carolina, a Wal-Mart near the Catawba River would sell herbicides and pesticides on pallets in the parking lot. As one of the River keepers said, every time it rained in the area the chemicals would run off from the parking and into the river contaminating a source of drinking water.

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  • Catawba

    For the exclusive use of A. Vigil, 2015. Harvard Business School 9-191-053 Rev. June 28, 1994 Catawba Industrial Company Marge McPhee, general manager of the compressor manufacturing department of Catawba Industrial Company, quickly spotted the reports that she had been waiting for in the pile of mail that had accumulated during her trip to a West Coast industrial equipment trade show. A sales forecast and a cost tabulation for a proposed new, light-weight compressor provided her with

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  • Catawba Case

    Harvard Business School 9-191-053 rP os t Rev. June 28, 1994 Catawba Industrial Company op yo Marge McPhee, general manager of the compressor manufacturing department of Catawba Industrial Company, quickly spotted the reports that she had been waiting for in the pile of mail that had accumulated during her trip to a West Coast industrial equipment trade show. A sales forecast and a cost tabulation for a proposed new, light-weight compressor provided her with the information

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  • Effect of Motivation and Training on the Productivity of an Organization

    MA, Robie C. 2001. A Meta _analysis of the effects of cross_ cultural training on expatriate performance and adjustment. Intt. J. Train. Dev. 5:112_25 Akpomuvire, M. (2007): Human Resource Training and development for the civil serevice Nigeria Catawba Publishingh company Charlotte, U.S.A Bello_ imam, I.B, Oshiomebo, B.O, Ojeifo, S.A. (2007: Fundamentals of Human Resoyurce Management in Nigeria. College press and PublishersLtd, Ibadan. Banjoko, S.A. (2010). Human resource management, Lagos: Saban

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  • Resume

    planer and automatic glue/saw operator * Adjusted pressure and speed as directed. * Upheld a clean and safe working environment at all times. * Checked products for defects. * Performed daily and monthly cleaning duties. Education Catawba Valley Community College May 2004 - July 2004 G.E.D. Hickory, NC University Of Phoenix

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  • Sociolgical Imagination

    -Landis Ave. Saturdays Fare Information How to determine your fare VINELAND Vineland Transportation Ctr.-Landis Ave. NEWFIELD Northwest Blvd. at Catawba St. WESTVILLE Delsea Dr. at Old Broadway GLOUCESTER CITY Broadway at Monmouth St. PITMAN Broadway at Pitman Ave. DEPTFORD Delsea Dr. at Cooper St. NEWFIELD Northwest Blvd. at Catawba St. WESTVILLE Delsea Dr. at Old Broadway GLOUCESTER CITY Broadway at Monmouth St. PITMAN Broadway at Pitman Ave. DEPTFORD Delsea Dr. at

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  • The Origins and Development of the English Language (Textbook)

    animal that was totally unlike anything that they had ever seen before, they might call it by its Indian name, if they could find out what that was—for example, raccoon and woodchuck. So also with the names of plants: catalpa ‘a kind of tree’ and catawba ‘a variety of grape’ are of Muskogean origin. Otherwise, they relied on their imagination: sweet late modern english (1800–present) 185 potato might have originated just as well in England as in America except for the fact that this particular

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  • Porters 5 Force

    services. But while Duke Energy is a company that knows where it is going, we're also one that never forgets the people and the events that got us where we are today. The Beginning: Growing the South's Economy Duke Energy's history began with the Catawba Power Company in the early 1900s. Three visionaries, Dr. W. Gill Wylie, James Buchanan Duke and William States Lee, founded the company to spur economic revival of the Carolina countryside. They felt the South's heavy dependence on agriculture was

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  • Industrial Organisation Psycholoy

    to be successful managers. At Boston Pizza College, managers learn and practise skills needed for successful store management, including professional conduct, performance management, and coaching. Bowater’s Coated and Specialty Papers Division in Catawba, South Carolina, trained all employees on continuous improvement techniques. Work teams attended the training together and were given a real-world problem in their area to solve. Skills were taught as they were needed to help employees work on the

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  • Cost Accounting

    products are sold at retail locations throughout Sylvania. The company employs approximately 385 total full-time and part-time employees at its corporate headquarters in Lowlands and an additional 50 employees at its data centers in Midlands and Catawba. *Service plan packages include minimal fees for early termination. Customers are required to pay all monthly charges regardless of service availability. Tipstar Gaming, Inc. is not responsible for customer injuries that may result from overuse

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  • How Will a Severe Terrorist Alert Effect Tourism in South Carolina

    municipal and county airports. Nuclear Plants South Carolina has four nuclear power plants that typically supply more than half of the State’s electricity generation. There are seven licensed commercial light water pressurized reactors (PWRs). The Catawba plant houses the largest pair of PWRs, which have a net capacity of 1,129 MW each. The Oconee plant has the most nuclear capability because of the three light water reactors with a net capacity 846 MW each. H.B. Robinson plant and the Summer plant

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  • Astc

    Includes 10% museum store discount. NORTH CAROLINA Cape Fear Museum of History & Science 814 Market Street, Wilmington 28401-4731 (910) 798-4350 www.capefearmuseum.com F: Grandparents, parents, and children (under age 18) in the same family or household Catawba Science Center 243 3rd Avenue NE, Hickory 28601 (828) 322-8169 www.catawbascience.org F: Up to two designated adults listed on the membership card and their dependent children or grandchildren 18 or under Colburn Earth Science Museum 2 South Pack

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  • Mgt Science

    minutes.) x1 4, x2 5, x3 2, x4 2, x5 330, d4 5, x6 5 d1 8, d2 2.67 0.87, d3 6,340, d5 CASE SOLUTION: KATHERINE MILLER’S JOB SELECTION The solution depends on the student’s preferences and the criteria the student uses. CASE SOLUTION: CATAWBA VALLEY HIGHWAY PATROL The goal programming model formulation is as follows. + – – – – minimize P1d1 , P2d2 , P3d3 , P4d4 , P5d5 subject to x1 + x2 + x3 + x4 + x5 + x6 = 23 x1 2 x2 2 x3 2 x4 2 x5 2 x6 2 x1 5 x2 5 x3 5 x4 5 x5 5 x6 5 154

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  • Oral Repreentation

    unfinished Wardenclyffe Tower project which was one of the leading developers of the idea of electricity. Now to look at the Largest Entergy suppliers in the northeastern States of the United States Duke Entergy Duke Energy's history began with the Catawba Power Company in the early 1900s. Three visionaries, Dr. W. Gill Wylie, James Buchanan Duke and William States Lee, founded the company to spur economic revival of the Carolina countryside. They felt the South's heavy dependence on agriculture was

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  • Data Costing

    to assess the characteristics of the proposed system that traces costs to production activities. Chapter 11: Decision Making and Relevant Information Prestige HBSP United States, Telephone Co. #197097 telecommunicatio 4p ns, 1997 TN #197098 Catawba Industrial Co. HBSP #191053 4p TN #894058 United States, industrial machinery, 1990 An independent regulated telephone company has established a computer services subsidiary that seems to remain unprofitable. Managers must determine whether

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