Free into Wagon

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Free into Wagon

In transportation, an agreement between the charterer (the party that hires a vessel) and a train's operator in which the charterer is responsible for the expense of loading and unloading cargo from the vessel. That is, under the agreement, loading cargo is free from the purview of the train's operator.
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Thus, we hypothesize (H6) that both forms of work-family conflict (WIF and FIW) will be positively associated with workaholism.
After entering all the variables with p value < 0.25 in Tables 2 and 4, retirement preference before 45 years of age (adjusted odds ratio [OR], 10.51; 95% confidence interval [CI]: 3.99-27.68), night/day shift ratio >40% (OR, 2.70; 95% CI: 1.11-6.57), and time-based family interference with work (FIW) (OR, 4.56; 95% CI: 1.68-12.37) were associated with ITL.
Until now, researchers have distinguished family interference with work (FIW) and work interference with family (WIF) as two categories of work-family conflict (Gutek, Searle, & Klepa, 1991).
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I don't care if the producer joins IIAANY, PIA, FIW, CIBGNY or the New York State Brokers Association, or multiples of the same--joining is the means toward becoming franchised.
At each clock cycle, the phase accumulator updates its phase register with a new phase sample simply by incrementing the previous output by an amount FIW, the frequency instruction word, which is a unique, predefined binary number for a certain output frequency.
It was suggested that WFC is bi-directional and is composed of two reciprocal processes (Frone, Russel and Cooper, 1992): Work-interferes-family (WIF), when work demands interfere with family needs (W--F); Family-interferes-work (FIW), when family obligations interfere with work responsibilities (F--W).
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FIW conceived the idea, planned and prepared the manuscript of the study.
On July 15 and July 17 chance encounters between NKPAF Yaks and USAF jets (39th FIS/35th FIW and 35th FBS/8th FBG) resulted in two Yak-9Ps being claimed destroyed by 1st Lt.