Horizontal beam or crosspiece over a door or window that carries the weightAmulet · a small object worn to ward off evil, harm, or illness or to bring good fortune; protecting charm bitumen · a tarlike substance lintels · the horizontal beam or crosspiece over a door or window that carries the weight of the structure above it megalithic · description of a structure made of large, roughly he...

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Adrian van der Spelt & Frans van Mieris

The Great Sphinx · Funerary Complex of Khafre Flower Piece with Curtain · Adrian van der Spelt & Frans van Mieris Suculent · Edward Weston Red Canna- · Georgia O'Keefe Cubi XVIII · David Smith Medici Venus · Greek Statue of plump woman (unknown artist) Hana-Murasaki of the Tamaya · Kitagawa Utamaro Punitavati- Karaikkal Ammaiyar ...

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Administrative expenses treated as product costs

Administrative expenses treated as product costsWhat is the basic difference between absorption costing and variable costing? · Absorption and variable costing differ in how they handle fixed manufacturing overhead. Under absorption costing, fixed manufacturing overhead is treated as a product cost and hence is an asset until products are sold. Under variable costing, fixed manufacturing overhead is treated as a period cost and is im...

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Cost of Goods Sold in a Manufacturing Company

Cost of Goods Sold in a Manufacturing Companyin general · costs are recognized as expenses on the statement of profit and loss in the period that benefits from the cost 2- This means that if a cost is incurred to acquire or make something that will eventually be sold, then the cost should be recognized as an expense only when the sale takes place—that is, when the benefit occurs. Such costs are called product costs. in SOPL...

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lifespan perspective on development

lifespan perspective on developmentWhat is developmental science and what factors stimulated expansion of the field? · a field of study devoted to understanding constancy and change throughout the lifespan. Factors that influence consistencies and transformation in people from conception to death ID three basic issues on which theories of human development take a stand · Is the course of development continuous or disc...

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Smallest component of total manufacturing cost

Smallest component of total manufacturing costAfter passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 · CEOs and CFOs must certify that financial statements give a fair presentation of the company's operating results. Indirect materials have one of two characteristics · They do not physically become part of the finished product or (2) they cannot be traced because their physical association with the finished product is too sm...

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An incentive paid once to an employee

An incentive paid once to an employeeForms of pay that are linked to an employee's performance as an individual, group member or organization member are called _____ pay. · Incentive Jake's sales team earned a 5% bonus for meeting its goals last quarter. This bonus is an example of _____. · incentive pay Janine works as a seamstress at a tailor shop and sews buttons on clothing. She earns $2 for each item she c...

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MATCHING COSTS WITH REVENUES

MATCHING COSTS WITH REVENUESAbsorption Costing · A costing method that includes all manufacturing costs-Direct materials, direct labor, and both variable and fixed manufacturing over head Common fixed cost · a fixed cost that supports more than one business segment, but is not traceable in whole or in part to any one of the business segments Segment · any part or activity of an organization about with ma...

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Treating fixed manufacturing overhead costs

Treating fixed manufacturing overhead costsWhat is the basic difference between absorption costing and variable costing? · they differ in how they handle fixed manufacturing overhead. Under absorption costing, fixed manufacturing overhead is treated as a product cost and hence is an asset until products are sold. Under variable costing, fixed manufacturing overhead is treated as a period cost and is expensed on the current period's i...

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Fundamental ways does activity based costing

Fundamental ways does activity based costingWhat is the basic difference between absorption costing and variable costing? · they differ in how they handle fixed manufacturing overhead. Under absorption costing, fixed manufacturing overhead is treated as a product cost and hence is an asset until products are sold. Under variable costing, fixed manufacturing overhead is treated as a period cost and is expensed on the current period's ...

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Management against unionized employees

Management against unionized employeesunion-busting · A derogatory term used to describe actions taken to prevent a labor union from representing employees. Union · A labor organization with defined members whose purpose is to enhance the welfare of its members in their employment relationship with the company. National Labor Relations Board · An agency of the federal government that has oversight respo...

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the collective bargaining process

the collective bargaining processUnion-busting · a derogatory term used to describe actions taken to prevent a labor union from representing employees Union · A labor organization with defined members whose purpose is to enhance the welfare of its members in their employment relationship with the company National Labor Relations Act · The most influential federal law influencing union/ management relatio...

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Challenge all personel on or near my post

Challenge all personel on or near my postPresident of the United States· Donald J. TrumpVice President of the United States· Micheal R. PenceSecretary of Defense· James N. MattisSecretary of the Navy· Richard V. SpencerChief of Naval Operations.· John M. RichardsonChairman Joint Chief of Staff· General Joseph F. Dunford Jr.Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy· Steven S. Giordano, USNCommandant of the United States Marine Corps· ...

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Defend freedom and democracy around the world.

Defend freedom and democracy around the world.E-1 · Seaman Recruit (SR) E-2 · Seaman Apprentice (SA) E-3 · Seaman (SN) E-4 · Petty Officer 3rd Class (PO3) E-5 · Petty Officer 2nd Class (PO2) E-6 · Petty Officer 1st Class (PO1) E-7 · Chief Petty Officer (CPO) E-8 · Senior Chief Petty Officer (SCPO) E-9 · Master Chief...

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Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure

Labor-Management Reporting and DisclosureQuickie Elections "Ambush Elections" Rule · speed up how long an election takes Concerted Activity · any activity that is tied to employees being unhappy: only employees can be members of the union, not managers. Ex. Using YouTube, Code of conduct guidelines Ex. Hooters girl being fired for cursing at contest winner and posting negative comments ; she was protected under the NL...

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Independent Order of Odd Fellows

Independent Order of Odd FellowsFraternal Order of Eagles · Worthy President, Worthy Chaplain Order of the Eastern Star · Officers of the Lodge Benovolent and Protective Order of Elks · Exalted Ruler The National Grange · Master Knights of Pythias · Chancellor Commander Knights of Columbus · Grand Knight Maccabbes · Commander Masons - Free...

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Symbolic Consumer Behavior and Special Possessions

Symbolic Consumer Behavior and Special Possessions · Purpose Values Disposal Behavior Cultural categories · The natural grouping of objects that reflect our culture Cultural principles · Ideas or values that specify how aspects of our culture are organized and/or how they should be perceived or evaluated What is it? · Consuming products/services that have symbolic meaning derived from ce...

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Products as symbols of our personal connections

Products as symbols of our personal connectionsActual identity schema · A set of multiple, salient identities that reflects our self-concept Connectedness function · The use of products as symbols of our personal connections to significant people, events, or experiences Cultural categories · The natural grouping of objects that reflect our culture Cultural principles · Ideas or values that ...

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A description of consumers based on their psychological

A description of consumers based on their psychologicalActivities, interests, and opinions (AIOs) · The three components of lifestyles Dogmatism · A tendency to be resistant to change or new ideas Domain specific values · Values that may only apply to a particular area of activities Global values · A person's most enduring, strongly held, and abstract values that hold in many situations ...

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Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA)

Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA)Cafeteria-Style Plan · A benefits plan that offers employees a set of alternatives from which they can choose the types and amounts of benefits they want. Cash Balance Plan · Retirement plan in which the employer sets up an individual account for each employee and contributes a percentage of the employee's salary; the account earns interest at a predefined rate. ...

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