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  • 1 Competition aerobatics — is an air sport in which judges rate the skill of pilots performing aerobatic flying. It is practiced in both piston powered single engine airplanes and gliders. An aerobatic competition is sanctioned by a national aero club, its designee, or in… …

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  • 2 Competition Cams — Competition Cams, Inc. Type Private Company Industry Automotive aftermarket Founded Memphis, Tennessee, USA (1976) Founder(s) …

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  • 3 Competition law — Antitrust redirects here. For the 2001 film, see Antitrust (film). For laws specific to the U.S., see United States antitrust law. Competition law Basic concepts …

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  • 4 Competition model — The Competition Model is a psycholinguistic theory of language acquisition and sentence processing developed by Elizabeth Bates and Brian MacWhinney. The Competition Model posits that the meaning of language is interpreted by comparing a number… …

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  • 5 Competition and Consumer Act 2010 — Competition law Basic concepts History of competition law Monopoly Coercive monopoly Natural monopoly …

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  • 6 Competition (The Spectacular Spider-Man) — This article is about the The Spectacular Spider Man episode. For other uses, see competition (disambiguation). Competition The Spectacular Spider Man episode …

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  • 7 Competition — For other uses, see Competition (disambiguation). A selection of images showing some of the sporting events that are classed as athletics competitions Competition is a contest between individuals, groups, animals, etc. for territory, a niche, or… …

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  • 8 Competition (biology) — Sea Anemones compete for the territory in tide pools Competition is an interaction between organisms or species, in which the fitness of one is lowered by the presence of another. Limited supply of at least one resource (such as food, water …

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  • 9 Competition law in the United Kingdom — United Kingdom competition law is affected by both British and European elements. The Competition Act 1998 and the Enterprise Act 2002 are the most important statutes for cases with a purely national dimension. However if the effect of a business …

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  • 10 Competition — Intra or intermarket rivalry between businesses trying to obtain a larger piece of the same market share. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * competition com‧pe‧ti‧tion [ˌkɒmpˈtɪʆn ǁ ˌkɑːm ] noun [uncountable] 1. COMMERCE a situation in …

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  • 11 competition — Intra or intermarket rivalry between or among businesses trying to obtain a larger piece of the same market share. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * competition com‧pe‧ti‧tion [ˌkɒmpˈtɪʆn ǁ ˌkɑːm ] noun [uncountable] 1. COMMERCE a situation… …

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  • 12 Competition-Driven Pricing — A method of pricing in which the seller makes a decision based on the prices of its competition. Competition driven pricing focuses on determining a price that will achieve the most profitable market share and does not always mean the price is… …

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  • 13 International Aerial Robotics Competition — The International Aerial Robotics Competition (IARC) began in 1991 on the campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology and is the longest running university based robotics competition in the world. Since 1991, collegiate teams with the backing… …

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  • 14 Gliding competition — Competition grid at 2004 UK Standard Class Nationals, Aston Down Some of the pilots in the sport of gliding take part in gliding competitions. These are usually racing competitions, but there are also aerobatic contests and on line league tables …

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  • 15 United Kingdom competition law — Competition law by country G 20 major economies Australia · Canada · China Japan · Russia · United Kingdom United States · European Union …

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  • 16 Glider competition classes — Competition classes in gliding, as in other sports, mainly exist to ensure fairness in competition. However the classes have not been targeted at fostering technological development as in other sports. Instead classes have arisen because of: the… …

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  • 17 Glider Competition Classes — Competition classes in gliding, as in other sports, mainly exist to ensure fairness in competition. However the classes have not been targeted at fostering technological development as in other sports. Instead classes have arisen because of: *… …

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  • 18 price competition — Competition based on the price at which a product or service is offered. It is especially important in the marketing of products that are not distinctive, such as raw materials. Because price wars reduce profits, sellers prefer other forms of… …

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  • 19 Competence-based management — Competence based Strategic Management is a relatively new way of thinking about how organizations gain high performance for a significant period of time. Established as a theory in the early 1990s, competence based strategic management theory… …

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  • 20 Resource-based view — The resource based view (RBV) is an economic tool used to determine the strategic resources available to a firm. The fundamental principle of the RBV is that the basis for a competitive advantage of a firm lies primarily in the application of the …

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