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DES

Abbreviation for "Delivered Ex Ship."
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Delivered Ex Ship

In international commerce, an agreement between a buyer and a seller in which the seller must bear all costs and risks of transporting a good until it has arrived at a port and has been made available for the buyer or his/her agent to retrieve it. That is, the seller has total responsibility while the good is being shipped overseas. The seller must pay the shipping company and purchase insurance for the good. See also: Incoterm.
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Following the lead of Lumpkin and Dess (2001), who noted that the proactiveness dimension is ambiguous and that the item dealing with "live-and-let-live" versus "undo-the-competitors" records competitive aggressiveness rather than the intended proactiveness, we replaced this item and asked the question if a firm tends to enter a market "ahead of other competitors" or "when others are already active" that is consistent with the basic definitions of proactiveness (e.g., Dess & Lumpkin, 2005a) and is also in line with recent empirical studies on EO (e.g., Lumpkin & Dess; Moreno & Casillas, 2008; Stam & Elfring, 2008).
The DESS algorithm is trying to reduce the computations of the Motion Estimation algorithm given in Eq.3.
To estimate the total load for the measured year (August 2010 to August 2011), the initial weather data was replaced with 2010 to 2011 weather data, and the balance temperature was adjusted such that the modeled DESS loads matched the measured DESS loads.
Contudo, num estudo sobre essas duas dimensoes da orientacao empreendedora, Lumpkin e Dess (2001) afirmam que elas podem ocorrer de forma sequencial e dinamica em uma organizacao, e que podem variar independentemente.
The grinding method, on the other hand, has been largely explored in the preparation of DESs for pharmaceutical purposes and consists of mixing the two components and then grinding them in a mortar with a pestle at room temperature until a homogeneous liquid is formed (Figure 2) [5].
For anterior esthetic cases, where a buccal screw access point was not possible, CS 3600 intraoral scanner users can use the DESS Aurum ti base to place screw access up to 25 degrees off the axis of the implant within a 360-degree range.
Using a 100 percent fee-for-service Medicare population, we investigated the adoption of drug-eluting stents (DESs), a breakthrough medical technology that was introduced into the U.S.
In addition, the entrepreneurial orientation is an energetic force for strategic management and is a collective principle to produce a stronger push in the direction of innovation, risk-taking and aggressiveness to follow innovative opportunities (Dess and Lumpkin 2005).
DESs were prepared by heating ChCl and HBDs to 80[degrees]C with constant stirring until a homogeneous liquid was formed.
DESs with decentralized information are partitioned into decentralized DESs and distributed DESs.