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Observation Interview: The process of observing employees while performing their respective jobs or tasks, used to collect data regarding specific jobs or tasks.
Observational Mode: Type of television text wherein a television producer's presence is not obvious to the viewer, and his or her manipulation of the historical world is minimal.
Observation: In meteorology, the evaluation of one or more meteorological elements, such as temperature, pressure, or wind, that describe the state of the atmosphere, either at the earth's surface or alo . . . View Full Definition
Radarsonde Observation: An upper air observation used to determine winds and other meteorological data, by tracking the range, elevation, and azimuth of a radar target carried aloft. A type of rawinsonde.
Schedule Interview: An interviewing format in which each candidate is asked for the same exact information.
Structured Interview: A structured interview asks the same questions of each candidate, so that valid comparisons of the quality of responses can be obtained. The questions generally take four job-related forms: . . . View Full Definition
Stress Interview: An interviewing style whereby the interviewer subjects a candidate to pressure or stress to ascertain how the candidate reacts under such conditions.
Standardized Interview: A form of interviewing that uses the same subject matter and identically sequenced questions, then evaluating responses to determine the differences between candidates.
National Water Level Observation Network (NWLON): The network of tide and water level stations operated by the National Ocean Service along the marine and Great Lakes coasts and islands of the United States. The NWLON is composed of the pri . . . View Full Definition
Lintners Observations: John Lintner's work (1956) suggests that dividend policy is related both a target level, and to the speed of adjustment of change in dividends.
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Malty: An aromatic sensation created by a moderately volatile set of aldehydes and ketones that produces sensations reminiscent of toasted grains.