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Samuel Y. Todd, Charles W. Jones and Walker Ross

fingers and meatballs in a room with corporate groups at each location.” Feeling the temperature of the room beginning to escalate, Thad knew this conflict would not resolve itself, and he must act. He must restore equity among team members, and direct employee behavior towards outcomes that are

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Steve Swanson and Samuel Y. Todd

his finger on the pulse of the players and their needs/desires. He is passionate about his job, I can tell. His track suit is awesome, and I wish I got to dress like that at work. However, seems like he’s overly interested in insulating the players from any unexpected negative outcomes that may result

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Vassilios Ziakas and Sylvia Trendafilova

enough volunteers.” “Yes, but it is up to us to make the event successful and recruit enough volunteers,” said the member who brought up the idea for the new event. He continued, pointing his finger at Ian, “And this time we have an expert in events that can guide us and find the best way to plan

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Lynley Ingerson and Michael L. Naraine

support peaked in 1977, but in 1978 the franchise moved to San Diego as the San Diego Clippers and then on to Los Angeles to be the LA Clippers. Wendel, cited in Morrell ( 2016 ), noted the Braves was the best team that professional basketball let slip through its fingers. The Braves had departed Buffalo

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Jacob K. Tingle, Callum Squires and Randall Griffiths

the brink of the Cup final. The pub settled into an almost silent tension. Prayers were said and fingers were crossed. Salah struck the ball with power, but it traveled upwards and hit the crossbar. He missed. This was now West Ham’s chance. Alan had his head buried in his lap and was visibly shaking

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Bo Li, Olan K.M. Scott, Stirling Sharpe, Qingru Xu and Michael Naraine

, p. 14). An article published in People’s Daily shared a story with readers about Sun’s preparation for the Olympics. The author mentioned that Sun had not missed any training sessions even though he hurt his fingers accidently as he prepared for the Olympics. Sun also has been framed as a mature

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Robert J. Lake

watching Henman took one back in time. Martin Johnson of The Telegraph ( 2001 ) wrote, “Tim stands alone as the modern guardian of that bygone age when the girls all wore Teddy Tinling dresses and you could cut your finger on the crease of Fred Perry’s trousers” (p. 8). In contrast to Perry’s exalted

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Elizabeth A. Taylor, Jessica L. Siegele, Allison B. Smith and Robin Hardin

comments are not the only way this discriminatory behavior becomes ingrained in a culture. The experience of implicit, every day, “hard to put your finger on,” gender discrimination also plays a role in the creation of the gendered culture we see at all levels of intercollegiate athletics. Gerri discussed