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ROL

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Romanian Leu.
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ROL

ISO 4217 code for the third Romanian leu. It began circulating in 1952 when Romania was under Communist rule. It began suffering from high inflation after the fall of communism in the 1990s and was replaced by the new leu (RON) in 2005.
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Conceptually, though, the above example of role change is more precisely one of the "expected role gains," which is merely one of several ways roles can change over time.
The latter view emphasizes accepting losses (e.g., of functional ability, activities, roles, and friends) and disengagement from active life, while the former emphasizes holding on--as far as possible--to the roles and activities of middle age.
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Role-based research carried out by researchers has paid more attention only to a few dimensions of role stress like role conflict, role ambiguity and role overload (Richard, 2001; Bhatia and Kumar, 2003; Fried et al., 2003).
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Given the importance of sport in people's lives and the widespread availability of sports heroes due to extensive media coverage, the potential for influence of athletic role models seems great (Wann et al., 2001).