распределительный; дистрибутивный; разделительный;
разделительное местоимение; разделительное прилагательное
- Zuwaya asserted in political discussion that no man was better than another (a principle used in argument, rather than as a guide to action); but when they spoke about distributive justice they put little emphasis on economic egalitarianism.
- With its "growth triangle" project the government is actively encouraging the more labour-intensive industries to move their production facilities into Malaysia or Thailand, where labour is cheaper and more abundant, but maintain head office functions in Singapore, where communication and distributive networks are more efficient and treasury/ fund management facilities more sophisticated.
- Higher mortgage rates have already had an impact on spending, according to the latest survey of distributive trades from the Confederation of British Industry.
- Between these years, some unions which had been mainly male became mainly female eg NUPE (National Union of Public Employees) where the percentage of women rose from 24 per cent to 63 per cent, COHSE (Confederation of Health Service Employees) from 39 per cent to 67 per cent and USDAW (Union of Shop Distributive and Allied Workers) from 40 per cent to 57 per cent.
- Second , the outcome of the game does not correspond to any ideal of distributive justice.
- It arose in argument and action concerned with freedom, retributive and distributive justice.
- High street sales fell in Novbember and business this month is now expected to remain at last year's depressed levels, says Nigel Whittaker, chairman of the CBI's Distributive Trades Panel.
- It had been recognised for some time that only through rationalisation into larger productive and distributive units could the movement overcome the damaging rivalries among societies in the same neighbourhood, and through economies of scale promote further growth.
- This course is designed to prepare graduates for careers at managerial level in a wide range of organizations in the retail and distributive trades.
- trade unions: General Municipal Worker's Union National Union of Railwaymen Transport General Workers' Union Union of Shop Distributive Allied Workers United Road Transport Union.
- In the subsequent period up to 1973 when the rate for the whole economy was 3.7 per cent, the distributive services shot ahead to 4.5 per cent whereas the financial sector trailed at 2.9 per cent and miscellaneous services limped behind at 1.5 per cent.
- However, SERPLAN concludes that, with the exception of tourism and the distributive trades "the tunnel may have a smaller impact on the economy of the region than is popularly imagined".
- Between 1951 and 1964 productivity of the miscellaneous services group was growing at 3.4 per cent per annum as against 2.1 per cent for the whole economy, 2.1 per cent for insurance, banking and finance and 1.7 per cent for the distributive trades.