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  • 101 Scope art fair — A contemporary art fair, SCOPE was established in 2002. The first fair featured 28 booths of galleries representing emerging artists. The art fairs are now held annually in New York, Miami, East Hampton, London, and Basel, each presenting between …

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  • 102 Scope (project management) — In project management, the scope of a project is the sum total of all of its products and their requirements or features.Fact|date=March 2008Sometimes the term scope is used to mean the totality of work needed to complete a project. In… …

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  • 103 Scope (computer science) — In computer programming, scope is an enclosing context where values and expressions are associated. Various programming languages have various types of scopes. The type of scope determines what kind of entities it can contain and how it affects… …

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  • 104 Scope (programming) — In computer programming, scope is an enclosing context where values and expressions are associated. Various programming languages have various types of scopes. The type of scope determines what kind of entities it can contain and how it affects… …

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  • 105 Scope (charity) — Spastics Society redirects here. For Spastics Society of India, see The Spastics Society of India. Disability …

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  • 106 SCOPE Alliance — The SCOPE Alliance [http://www.scope alliance.org] is a non profit industry alliance aiming at accelerating the deployment of carrier grade base platforms for service provider applications. Its mission is to enable and promote the availability of …

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  • 107 Scope resolution operator — In computer programming, scope is an enclosing context where values and expressions are associated. The scope resolution operator helps to identify and specify the context to which an identifier refers. The specific uses vary across different… …

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  • 108 scope sb out — UK US scope sth/sb out Phrasal Verb with scope({{}}/skəʊp/ verb ► to look carefully to see if something or someone is interesting or attractive: »If you d like to scope the building out ahead of time, you ll need to make a reservation …

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  • 109 scope sb/sth out — UK US scope sth/sb out Phrasal Verb with scope({{}}/skəʊp/ verb ► to look carefully to see if something or someone is interesting or attractive: »If you d like to scope the building out ahead of time, you ll need to make a reservation …

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  • 110 scope sth out — UK US scope sth/sb out Phrasal Verb with scope({{}}/skəʊp/ verb ► to look carefully to see if something or someone is interesting or attractive: »If you d like to scope the building out ahead of time, you ll need to make a reservation …

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  • 111 scope of employment — The activities in which an employee engages in the carrying out of the employer s business which are reasonably foreseeable by the employer. Under doctrine of respondeat superior (q.v.), a principal is liable for the torts of his agent committed… …

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  • 112 Scope Management — Das Inhalts und Umfangsmanagement (auch Scope Management) als Teil des Projektmanagements dient der Sicherstellung, dass im Projekt genau die Aufgaben durchgeführt werden, die zum erfolgreichen Abschluss notwendig sind. Dazu gehört einerseits… …

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  • 113 scope economies — economies of scope The increases in efficiency and sales that can result from producing, distributing, and marketing a range of products, as opposed to a single product or type of product. Bancassurance is often seen as an example of scope… …

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  • 114 scope economies — economies of scope The increases in efficiency and sales that can result from producing, distributing, and marketing a range of products, as opposed to a single product or type of product. Bancassurance is often seen as an example of scope… …

    Big dictionary of business and management

  • 115 scope of authority — In law of agency, includes not only actual authorization conferred upon agent by his principal, but also that which has apparently or impliedly been delegated to agent. Angerosa v. White Co., 248 App.Div. 425, 290 N.Y.S. 204, 208. Under doctrine… …

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  • 116 scope of authority — The authority of an agent, conferred by his principal, for the performance of acts which are either proper for the accomplishment of the end or object for which the agent was appointed or are such acts as are usual in matters of the kind. First… …

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  • 117 scope of employment — Line of duty; course of the service; pursuit or transaction of the employer s business; furtherance of the employer s interest. 35 Am J1st M & S § 554. Doing for the employer that which one has been directed to do by the employer. Rolfe v Hewitt …

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  • 118 Scope of review — The scope of review refers generally to the right to have an issue raised on appeal. Which essentially entails whether an issue was preserved by or available to an appellant on appeal.For example, in the United States, a party can preserve an… …

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  • 119 scope out — verb To examine; to scout; to investigate; to check out. The conference starts on the 12th, but the building will be open on the 11th if you want to scope out the room ahead of time …

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  • 120 scope creep — noun Frequent and uncontrolled changes in the scope or requirements of a project …

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