The use of A4R elements as survey items provides a way of checking respondent claims about overall fairness against the presence or absence of specific features which are often considered to exemplify fair process. The reader must represent to himself a range of erect columns, occu- pying an extent of more than twenty -six hundred yards, and con- cealing a multitude of other edifices behind them. And sweetly, on the mead below, The fragrant gales of summer blow: Ye rivers, that murmur with musical chime! It might for instance be mediated by views about the effectiveness of organizational communication.
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Time, the foe of man's dominion, Wheels around in ceaseless flight, Scattering from his hoary pinion Shades of everlasting night. The streams roll on, nor e'er return To fill again their parent urn ; But bounteous nature, kindly-wise, Their everlasting flow supplies. Eanarian minstrels of all ages and nations have entertained a high opinion of their own melody. He has classical authority for self-panegyric, and, what is still better, the authority of Mr. A hazel grows near the chapel, the fruit of which is always apparently perfect, but is invariably found to be hollow.
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Management personnel have appropriate skills, knowledge, and capacity to implement the resource allocation process as intended. We trace the mystic legends old That many a dreaming bard has told, And hear, half-doubting, half-deceived, The songs our simpler sires believed. They have but fallen before us: The drooping traveller, sad and faint, Knelt there, and found his strength restored: Mulieribus non pepercimus, infantes occidimus, se. And wintry storms severe and wild, Shall bid thee still remember me. But hope softly whispers, on moon- beams descending:
I only could his griefs assuage, The only pillar of his age, His only source of pleasure. By the mighty tempests tost, Death-flames round thee burning, On a bleak and desert coast, Whence is no returning ; Thou o'er all thy friends shall weep, Buried in th' unpitying deep ; Thou thy watch of woe shalt keep, Vainly, deeply, mourning. And oft his raptured eye shall trace, Amid the visionary gloom, The foaming courser's eager pace, The mail-clad warrior's crimson plume, The beacons, blazing broad and far, The lawless marchmen ranging free, And all the pride of feudal war, And pomp of border chivalry. To Anna's name I strike the string ; Thence all my pains and pleasures spring: The sculptured stone in dust is laid: Across that sod one lonely oak has thrown Its tempest-shattered branches, old and dry ; And one perennial stream runs lightly-murmuring by.