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Amir lawrence

Abilities Capacities to perform tasks, functions, etc.
Abstract Theories or words that describe things which are not objects and may have different meanings to different people, such as hope or happiness.
Acceptance Approval or tolerance of all people, regardless of their behavior or performance.
ACCESSORIES Goods or services that complement others.
ACCOMMODATING A negotiating style involving a person who agrees to a certain course of action that benefits someone else, even tho ugh s/he does not equally benefit for the transaction.
ACCOUNTANT An individual who has had specialized training in accounting procedures.
ACCOUNTABILITY The condition of having to answer for or be liable for your actions
ACCURACY Freedom from errors.
ACQUISITION The process of taking possession of something, e.g., acquiring another business by purchasing it
ACTIVE LISTENING Using nonverbal cues, paraphrasing, questioning, and o
Created by: Mirmir2x