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distributive

dis trib yooh tiv

  • a  serving to distribute or allot or disperse

  • These sites embody the new fundamentals: niche, youth, usability, UGC, geo- and demographically targeted advertising, stickiness, video, automation, mobile, distributive editing .
  • The states and cities, indissolubly wedded to the Great Society, have discovered to their chagrin that most of its distributive mechanismsits knees and elbowsare glued .
  • While 27 states maintain special supervisors for physical education, and all 48 have supervisors for home economics, agriculture and "distributive trades," only two states .
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  • Guy Hands in stv.tv
    I was particularly struck by his view that financial markets are distributive by nature and provide little benefit to society, rewarding those involved in markets out of proportion to the value of their work to society,wrote Hands of the...
  • Michael Novak in EnerPub
    Novak argues (36) that "the ethics of justice have shifted decisively from distributive justice to productive justice:the latter is the precondition of the former".
  • Anwar Ibrahim in Al-Bawaba
    Anwar Ibrahim commented, "Within the broader framework of the Shari'ah Islamic finance shouldn't just convey economic growth, capital access and investment, it should also adhere to the principles of equity and distributive justice."

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