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  • prep. in relation to a particular aspect; with respect to; as regards; concerning; regarding

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Examples

  • The book that I am presenting here is deeply influenced by their path-breaking contributions; in its conceptualization it is decidedly anti-Howardian, in terms of its managerial relevance positively Lehmannian, and in its exposition inspirationally Holbrookian.

    Experiential Marketing

  • Rather, the Mars-Venus axis refers to Geoffrey Chaucer, who “redefines the poles of excessive behavior in terms of astrological inclination, so that the worship and subservience to the gods Mars and Venus by Arcite and Palamon, respectively is simultaneously understood by the reader as excessively marcien and venerien planetary influence.”

    Dont You Forget About Me

  • The outbreak is the deadliest in modern history to involve E. coli, and appears to be the second- or third-largest in terms of the number of people who have become ill.

    Bean Sprouts Likely Source of Europe's E. coli Outbreak That Killed 22

  • Finally, I will discuss organizational issues related to experiential marketing in terms of building the experience-oriented organization in chapter 11.

    Experiential Marketing

  • The cases of GBS that resulted from the swine flu vaccine were no different, in terms of the severity of paralysis and weakness, from those that had emerged in nonvaccinated individuals, except for the fact that those who developed GBS without having been vaccinated were, as in my own case, far more likely to have had an acute illness in the month preceding GBS.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • Thorough verification reduces the need for re-spins, which are costly in terms of time, resources and dollars.

    The Financial Express

  • That is, all of the above characteristics of traditional marketing the narrow definition of categories and competition; the rational information-processing view of the consumer; the verbal-analytical tools may be traced back to one fundamental assumption: for marketing purposes, products can and should be described in terms of functional features and benefits.

    Experiential Marketing

  • There was a real determination on the part of key architects of the transition, recalls James Steinberg, who was a member of that effort, both in terms of personnel selection and in terms of certain styles that they wanted to convey, that the Scowcroft-Baker model was quite successful.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • Lovell: Even though the LLTV and a helicopter operated entirely opposite in terms of controls, they still had you doing all this practicing in helicopters.

    First Man

  • The X-1B flights occurred between November 1957 and January 1958, but they were not effective in terms of reaction-control research.

    First Man

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