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  1. Alliances a.k.a. Alliance: An alliance is a pact, coalition or friendship between two or more parties, made in order to advance common goals and to secure common interests. It is a Political agreement between countries to support each other in disputes with other countries.
    • also known as Alliance Party
  2. Alliances: Alleanze è un'espansione del gioco di carte collezionabili Magic: l'Adunanza, edito da Wizards of the Coast. In vendita in tutto il mondo dal 10 giugno 1996, è il secondo set di tre del blocco di Era Glaciale, che comprende anche Era Glaciale e Ondata Glaciale.

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Google previewWALCOM: Algorithms and Computation (2013)

7th International Workshop, WALCOM 2013, Kharagpur, India, February 14-16, 2013, Proceedings by Subir Kumar Ghosh, Takeshi Tokuyama

For a general graph G, the computational complexity of partitioning G into two alliances is an open problem [4]. Fricke et al. [9] show that any graph G contains an efficiently computable alliance with no more than ⌈ n2 ⌉ vertices, while the ...

Google previewInnovation, Science, Environment 1987-2007 (2009)

Special Edition: Charting Sustainable Development in Canada, 1987-2007 by Glen Toner, James Meadowcroft

strategic alliances is a big issue for the nrtee right now...

Google previewHandbook of Strategic Alliances (2006)

by Oded Shenkar, Jeffrey J. Reuer

Managing alliances is a difficult process and often leads to poor results and failure. Success is possible, though, and the evidence suggests that experience and dedicated alliance management functions in the parent firms (Kale et al., 2002), ...

Google previewStrategic Alliances for Value Creation (2011)

by T. K. Das

learning alliances is that the literature has many different definitions of interorganizational learning. Generally, the literature uses broad definitions that view such learning as a crucial element for the organization's strategic renewal ( Crossan, ...

Google previewThe New Production of Knowledge (1994)

The Dynamics of Science and Research in Contemporary Societies by Michael Gibbons

The trend towards more collaborative patterns and new alliances is an outcome of the fact that created comparative advantage results increasingly from the creative combination of resources and resourcefulness. This means that the source of ...

Google previewRegional Co-operation and Its Enemies in Northeast Asia (2007)

The Impact of Domestic Forces by Edward Friedman, Sung Chull Kim

bilateral security alliances is a serious challenge to the movement toward the ideal of regional community. For overcoming the challenges and facilitating the opportunities, it is neces- sary to identify sources of regional cooperation and ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Hospitality Management 2nd Edition (2012)

by Abraham Pizam

Such alliances are based on the realization that sharing marketing efforts and resources may benefit all organizations that would be considered as competing under different circumstances. Another common alliance involves the creation of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Distributed Learning (2003)

by Anna DiStefano, Kjell Erik Rudestam, Robert Silverman

ALLIANCES AMONG INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION “Conventional” alliances assume several discrete forms. The principal characteristic is that these alliances are among institutions that are each authorized and accredited to offer ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Healthcare Information Systems (2008)

by Wickramasinghe, Nilmini

Cooperative alliances allow firms to explore new information technology, enhance a firm's knowledge foundation, lower development costs, and reduce the capital requirements and risks involved in development of new products and services ...

Google previewThe Arms Control, Disarmament, and Military Security Dictionary (2007)

by Jeffrey M. Elliot, Robert Reginald

Significance Alliances are frequently formed by states that share a common ideology, similar economic and political objectives, or a compatible cultural identity. Again, this is not always true, as witnessed by the bond between the Soviet Union ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Tourism (2002)

by Jafar Jafari

These changes have allowed internaticuial airlines to enter into strategic alliances ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Violence, Peace, and Conflict, Three-Volume Set (1999)

High-bellicosity alliances ranked high- est (present) on at least two of three measures. Mixed- bellicosity alliances had rankings that ranged between these two extremes. For example, if an alliance con- tained satisfied (dissatisfaction absent), ...

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Beware of sentimental alliances where the consciousness of good deeds is the only compensation for noble sacrifices. (Otto von Bismarck)
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Scrabble value of A1L1L1I1A1N1C3E1S1

The value of this 9-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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