Early social marketing literature adhered to the belief that the accruement
of societal benefits could only be accomplished through understanding exchange relationships (Kotler and Zaltman, 1971).
The revised law would enable private-sector employees who accept government appointments to retain their rights to benefits such as unemployment insurance coverage, the accruement
of pensionable service and employer-financed housing loans.
the Fan contains the kinds of vignettes concerning military accruement
Cronin and Strong (1990b) showed, in a similar experiment with Prokelisia marginata planthoppers, that 72 h is a sufficient exposure interval to allow for the accruement
of Anagrus parasitoids.
Rewards for shoppers are readily advertised, usually consisting of the accruement
of points by spending money either in-store or online and then using those points to pay for future purchases.
Although some studies have demonstrated that protein supplementation in previously untrained adults performing resistance exercise does not provide any benefit in regards to increases in lean tissue accruement
or strength (Candow et al.
He was a competent doctor, compassionate, knowledgeable, highly intelligent, had a perfect bedside manner, a good business accruement
, and he was very impressive for being so young.
The meters counted all the accruements
of memory, all the lives in our apartments, mounting and building to some grand sum of which the present moment--my father kneeling to lock the bikes, I with my nose pasted to the wall--formed only a fraction.
By informal is meant that the characters participate within a cultural-legal framework without any ceremonial accruements
Mallaghan to hold a church wedding complete with all the Catholic accruements
- communion, a presiding priest and vows of 'til death do us part.