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Sources of power:

Legitimate: An agreement among organizational members that people in certain roles can request certain behaviours of others.

Reward: Ability to control the allocation of rewards valued by others and to remove negative sanctions. Operates upward as well as downward

Coercive: Ability to apply punishment. Exists upward as well as downward. Peer pressure is a form of coercive power.

Leadership competencies: -Competencies – personal characteristics that lead to superior performance in

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Forwarding agent:A person, agency, or enterpriseengaged in the collectionshipment, and delivery of goods.  Greenchannel : The route followed in passing through customs in an airport, etc by passengers claiming to have no dutiable goods to declareCustom:Is the officialorganization responsible for collectingtaxes on goods coming into a country and preventingillegal goods from being brought in.

Freight: Is goods that are transported by lorries, trains, ships, or aeroplanes.

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“The changing in our eating habits in the last few decades have been mostly negative”  In my opinion people are changing their eating habits and many of the causes have made this change negative.  I think that there are more and more problems with the food industries and one of the biggest problems is meat. Many people have stopped eating it because of the treatment of animals.  Another reason I think people feed on a lot of pre-cooked food for different reasons and one of them may be not

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Criminology is the scientific study of the nature, extent, management, causes, control, consequences, and prevention of criminal behaviour, both on the individual and social levels. Criminology is an interdisciplinary field in both the behavioural and social sciences, drawing especially upon the research of sociologists, psychologists, philosophers, psychiatrists, social anthropologists, as well as scholars of law.

WHAT IS A CRIME

This seemingly clear-cut legal definition of crime is explained in

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Adhan: the call to prayer done from the minarets of the mosques by the muezzin.Allah: Arabic for God.Amir: commander or prince, frequently used with reference to the person who leads the community.Aya: verse of the Quran; also used in a general meaning of “sign” from God.Ayatollah: In Shia Islam, a high-ranking title given to clerics recognized as experts in Islamic studies.Basmala: the statement at the beginning of each sura of the Quran (except sura 9), “In the name of God, the Merciful,

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CAPÍTULO 7

1)They Taylors were Australian. What were they doing in Delhi?

Colonel Taylor was a diplomat for the Australian government.

2)Why was Colonel Taylor called ‘The Man Who Knows’?

The Taylors had many servants. Every time any of them did anything wrong, Colonel Taylor knew about it, although he wasn’t there at the time

3)What was the secret of the Colonel’s Den and how did Ram discover it?

There were tiny cameras, books about spying and secret papers in The Den. There were also lots

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