(84) Id.; Frazer, supra note 82, at 228; JUDD 8z JUSTIS
, supra note 63, at 34; Steven C.
Josie Barraclough's frowning baby, Justis
Crowther is a delightfully human piece in oils.
Gibbs, 11, chose Samuel Smurf for his character.
Project, funded by a committee representing further and higher education institutions across Wales, England and Scotland, looked at the use of electronic services among students.
Legal electronic publisher Justis
Publishing (London) has entered into an agreement with Oxford University Press (OUP; London/New York) to index OUP's full catalog of legal journals on its legal reference citatory service, JustCite.
Empirical research of franchising may also suffer from insufficient recognition of the developmental influences on franchise outcomes (Castrogiovanni and Justis
, 2002; Julian and Castrogiovanni, 1995).
Yet the field report from Rick Justis
, an area sales manager for Johnson Controls, is that mass scale outsourcing isn't nearing tidal-wave proportions--it's more like the tide itself.
Four of those no-hitters were thrown by Walter "Smoke" Justis
, and the sports editor of the Newark American Tribune later said, Brown "more than anyone else [was] responsible for the splendid showing made by Justis
for he alone could bring the Big Smoke back to earth after an ascension." Brown played in 152 games for the league champs, hitting .258 and stealing 34 bases.
Young and small firms (1) confront pressure to grow rapidly and build economies of scale in areas such as advertising and purchasing (Caves & Murphy, 1976), but they often encounter difficulties in raising the capital required and in developing the necessary managerial talent to grow rapidly (Martin & Justis
, 1993; Shane, 1996).
This is clearly supported by data from the International Franchise Association (IFA) which holds that about 80% of franchisees are single-unit franchisees but that they operate less than half of franchised units (Justis
& Judd, 2003).