Definitions for cohesivekoʊˈhi sɪv
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word cohesive
"a cohesive agent"
cohering or tending to cohere; well integrated
"a cohesive organization"
holding the particles of a homogeneous body together; as, cohesive attraction; producing cohesion; as, a cohesive force
cohering, or sticking together, as in a mass; capable of cohering; tending to cohere; as, cohesive clay
The numerical value of cohesive in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of cohesive in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
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What we saw starting to happen shortly after her arrival was a systematic dismantling of a cohesive and productive organization. There was cohesion in the office and no one was afraid to do their jobs.
Boston entrepreneurs actually reported much better connections to their community overall, while the San Francisco Bay Area is the clear leader in total startup activity, its lack of a cohesive community and declining quality of life for residents helped move Boston to the top spot.
We ’ve got a Republican Party that ’s looking like it is increasingly more and more cohesive going into Cleveland and a Democratic Party that ’s almost tearing itself apart from the inside, this has got to be a huge concern for the Hillary Clinton team. Hillary Clinton desperately needs to pivot to the general election at this point … and yet they are unable to control Bernie Sanders.
The great thing about doing KISS meets Scooby Doo is because of the length of it, as opposed to just a short, animated piece, we really got a chance to flesh it out, and we had people working who wanted a cohesive script. Whereas, I have to say with 'KISS Meets the Phantom,' to this day, I am not sure what that's about. But this holds together really well, and it is very true to Scooby-Doo and very true to us.
This really is not a question of legal precedent, but more one of how far can people push the boundaries of asking for voluntary donations without really having a cohesive plan as to where the money will go, this is an ‘ all-or-nothing ’ campaign, so if he does not raise $ 1.6 billion, everyone gets refunded. But imagine if he received $ 10 million in donations, and did a ‘ flexible funding ’ campaign where he actually gets the money, even if he did not reach the goal ? What would happen then ? That is the real problem, is if some scam artist tried to take advantage of a situation like this.
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