16) The intangibility
of each technology undermines the validity regulation normally imposed by certain patentability conditions.
With control by ADR, it is clear that Intangibility
and Beta maintained statistical significance, but their relations are reversed to negative (-0.
2010), focused on the companies listed in BM&FBovespa, conclude that companies with higher degree of intangibility
A reference to the principle of intangibility
of boundaries inherited from colonization also appeared in the preamble to the Special Agreement on the basis of which the case concerning the Frontier Dispute (Burkina Faso/Republic of Mali) was brought before the Court.
These services are arguably characterised by high degrees of intangibility
, inseparability, perishability, and heterogeneity (Zeithaml et al.
However, because of the intangibility
of the services, the basics of its operation are different.
According to the service literature, a service product generally contains four main characteristics: intangibility
, inseparability, heterogeneity, and perishability (e.
They spoke to me of something beautiful in their intangibility
, something that no longer existed beyond the image trace they left behind.
They had the support of labor groups from various government sectors, whose workers, by law, have the benefit of intangibility
, a guarantee that their job security will not be affected except in extreme cases.
In Ashley Madison's case, that intangibility
and resulting miscalculation may sound their death knell, but it could also do the same for any other company that does not recognize the new playing field for cyberattacks.
It has the immediacy and intangibility
of a phone call, so you needn't write for the ages.
It is precisely the intangibility
of this music that makes die refrain "Lisbon is always Lisbon" work: its meaning cannot be taught, only understood.