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Passive

Income or loss from business activities in which a person does not materially participate, such as a limited partnership.

Passive

Income (or loss) from an investment in which an individual does not directly participate. The most common types of passive income are rents from property one owns and income from a limited partnership. Some analysts consider income from dividends and coupons to be passive income while others do not. Passive income is taxable, but it is often treated differently from active income.
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Examining the role of self-efficacy and the four components for the prediction of students' test anxiety, the result of the stepwise regression analysis (Table 3) showed that in the first step, the passivity alone predicted 25% (r=0.
In other words, one can feel love only when one is aided, but one can be aided only when one needs help, which is a kind of passivity.
Many S-Parameter models need some editing before using in a simulation to smooth out data or correct minor passivity issues.
Measuring the electrode potential in open circuit (POC) is a simple method of studying the formation of protective film layer and metallic material passivity at contact with the electrolyte.
It's Bossism that generates arrogance among the bosses and learned passivity among the bossed, along with fatalism or corrosive resentment.
I write about LGBT passivity quite often (as you may have noticed), and I have no solution for it.
This fascinating history of the medical context leads to the articulation of Richards's core concern, namely how writers present the connection between mind and body and, in particular, 'is wasting in the novel portrayed as passivity or protest?
In 2 multiple baseline experiments, we tested stimulus-stimulus pairing effects on acquisition of conditioned reinforcement for observing and manipulating stimuli and stereotypy/ passivity.
The current passivity of the IMF in providing any real leadership to solve today's unprecedented global payment imbalances has prompted Barry Eichengreen, the renowned economic historian, to extend the maritime metaphor as it applies to the IME He aptly describes today's IMF as a rudderless ship floating on a sea of global liquidity.
They significantly revise the historiography that compared the passivity of Italian women in the United States to the aggressive activity of their Jewish counterparts in politics and the labor movement, and the fact that this historiography attributed the Italians' behavior to their rural backgrounds, familism, and Catholic moral conservatism.
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The passivity and increase in hardness contributes to the improved wear performance of Vickersil.