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Item Type:Conference or Workshop contribution (Paper)Item Status:Live ArchiveAbstractThis paper suggests that one way to make small business research more relevant to practitioners and academics is by using an approach based on the socially constructed metaphor. Drawing on some research which used a series of phenomenological interviews, this paper demonstrates how the ‘metaphors in use’ of a small group of marketing managers gives meaning to their world and informs action. Despite the limited scope of the research, what is revealed are ways of managing in small businesses which it is argued traditional methods of inquiry are largely incapable of uncovering.
Exciting to have them here. Newest Lobos, who traveled a combined 3,061 miles to come to Albuquerque, completed their first summer program Tuesday. Here a quick introduction:Jaisa Nunn. Dec. 30, 2009 PRLog The new MP 68 Blade moves away from the cut muscle design that the MP 67 had and resembles the MP 37 with the muscle back developing from the toe area. The muscle back lines and edges however are smoother on the MP 68 than the MP 37 and some in Japan have said it reminds them of the classic MP 14 with its curved muscle back and sharp toe.
The former city hall (Gradski Vije) has been converted into an art gallery. Next door is the tiny chapel of Saint Lawrence built into an upper hallway. To the right is the Renaissance styled Karepi Palace, built in the 16th century. During World War II, the refinery continued to feed the Allied war machine despite food shortages and a cholera epidemic among workers. Manucher Farmanfarmaian, then director of Iran’s Petroleum Institute, wrote grimly in 1949 of the misery of life there: “In winter the earth flooded and became a flat, perspiring lake. The mud in town was knee deep and canoes ran alongside the roadways for transport.
The Thomas Kay Collection embodies a heritage of fabric craft and discovery. Richly patterned jacquard, tweed and plaid fabrics are woven by craftspeople in Pendleton’s Pacific Northwest mills. Each item has been carefully fashioned to reflect Thomas Kay’s history, marrying proper English refinement with a distinctly American sense of style.
Eight scholar athletes, one male and one female from each of four regions, will receive awards. The recipients are: Nicholas Lajoie, Van Buren; Clara Collins, Caribou; Samuel Lyons and Brianna Cirone, Jonesport Beals; Andrew James Stanley, Sacopee Valley of South Hiram; Miranda Nicely, Mt. Blue of Farmington; Ryan Keefe, Kennebunk and Alexandra Logan, Cheverus of Portland..