Biogeography of dragonflies

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  • Strengthening functioning systems to improve health outcomes will, in some cases, require new ways of thinking about health investments and greater dialogue with partner countries about constraints and opportunities.

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  • The most notable aspect of the results from the Woodcock data collected in fourth grade (Table 3-2) is that, for the English-language results, there are minimal differences between the high-comprehending Spanish- and English-instructed children. However, when one examines these children’s Spanish-language test results, the differences are marked.

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  • Previous interventions had been aimed at mothers of children, using participation in the WIC program as a channel for communication. The formative research and conversations with the African American community suggested that grandmothers were more frequently the chitterlings preparers and would serve as role models to younger women. Thus, the primary target audience was women who prepare chitterlings — older, African American women who, as grandmothers, are often also caregivers for infants.

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  • To represent the specific behaviors of this reflection, a schematic model was sought that simultaneously covered health promotion and the Health Policy for the Elderly, with a view to adopting actions for greater awareness, resulting in attitudes of empowerment and suggestions for gerontogeriatric nursing actions. Nola Pender’s Health Promotion Model(10) was used. Through a chart, it manages to represent the behaviors that can lead to health promotion. Nola Pender’s Model was developed in the United States in the 1980s, but was little explored in Brazil.

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  • The concept of versioning as used herein has nothing in common with the concept as used by software developers. In our research, versioning refers to the marketing of a GI service in different quality versions for different prices in order to satisfy different customers with different willingness to pay (Shapiro and Varian 1998 and 1999, Varian 2000). But every user who requests the same GI service quality pays the same price. This approach is also referred to as vertical differentiation or price- quality discrimination.

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  • Elon University offers more than 50 major fields of study leading to the bachelor of arts, bachelor of fine arts or bachelor of science degree. The university also offers a dual- degree engineering program in cooperation with Columbia University, Penn State University, Georgia Tech, North Carolina A&T State University, North Carolina State University, University of Notre Dame, University of South Carolina, Virginia Tech and Washington University in St. Louis.

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  • The U.S. EPA has targeted wood furniture manufacturers because they are the largest industrial users of solvents in paints and coatings among original equipment manufacturers in the United States, using over twice as much solvents as automobile manufacturers. 1 Wood is coated to protect it from physical and chemical damage, and natural degradation, as well as to impart an aesthetically pleasing finish.

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  • Another issue which was legitimately highlighted in the complaints from “Europe-v-Facebook” was that the relative size of the links to the privacy policy and statement of rights and responsibilities on the second page of the sign up process were much smaller than the remaining information on the page. We have accordingly recommended to FB-I that this matter be addressed and it has agreed to do so.

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  • Motivation and the resources for carrying out an attack make humans potentially dangerous threat-sources. Table 3-1 presents an overview of many of today’s common human threats, their possible motivations, and the methods or threat actions by which they might carry out an attack. This information will be useful to organizations studying their human threat environments and customizing their human threat statements.

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  • Occasionally, the reader may notice a focus from the interview responses on the role of the executive director, both what they contribute to an effective relationship and how they benefit. Of special note is “New Thinking about Roles” in Chapter One in which the literature proposes executive directors should be more involved in areas that, in some organizations, were traditionally and previously defined as strictly board domain.

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  • One key element, also specified in Criterion 2.6, is that each set of competencies should be made available to school or program constituents, especially students. The site visit team will expect to see instructional objectives, programmatic competencies (for all MPH students), concentration competencies and course learning objectives in the self-study document and/or in an on-site resource file, but also in more public venues such as the website, student handbook, recruitment materials and course syllabi.

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  • History of Economics (3-4 semester credits) This course examines the history of economics over the past two centuries. Topics address development of the principal schools of economic theory including social, political and philosophical impacts upon economic theories. Students will address the main works of Malthus, J.S. Mill, Marx, Keynes and Galbraith and others. Microeconomic Principles (3-4 semester credits) Students analyze the impact of individual decision making units and the consequential behaviors of individual firms, corporations and industries in the economy.

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  • This property is required because the empirically observed densities of returns contrast with the Gaussian model [see Pagan 1996]. This rejection results from two stylised facts. First, large price changes appear more frequently than the normal density would lead to expect. Second, there are indications of significant asymmetry in stock returns. In other words, negative and positive price changes do not have the same probability. These two stylised facts are also apparent in implied volatilities.

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  • It has been reported that a substantial proportion of the new cases arise from the previously infected population. Hence, it appears that exogenous reinfection and/or endogenous reactivation play a major role in the development of post-primary disease. Though the risk of disease due to recent infection is known, the risk of disease associated with exogenous reinfection and endogenous reactivation has not been computed in Indian conditions. The data collected during a longitudinal study by NTI, Bangalore was analysed to estimate the above mentioned risk rates.

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  • If wild birds and free range farms are the main risks in the spread of H5N1, how did a country of backyard farms, in the middle of the worst affected zone, see 93% of its outbreaks concentrated in intensive farms? Interestingly, in Laos there is next to no contact between ‘backyard’ farms and the intensive production farms of the capital; the capital’s intensive farms, on the other hand, are commonly integrated into foreign poultry companies (GRAIN 2006).

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  • Some analysts have wondered why uninsured people would purchase health insurance as the result of a mandate (Cassidy, 2010; Kling, 2010). After all, for many people the penalty would cost less (at least in the very short-term) than a policy. Health insurance mandates differ from some other requirements, such as the requirement to pay taxes: In exchange for compliance, enrollees individually receive a tangible good—health insurance—that they value. Health economics provides a framework for considering how changes in the price of health insurance affect coverage.

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  • Given that the adverse affects of climate change on agriculture are expected to burden poor countries disproportionately, and their rural poor in particular, Bolivia is especially vulnerable as it is the poorest country in South America with at least 70% of the rural population living in poverty and more than a third of rural Bolivians living in extreme poverty. Those citizens who have been displaced by natural disasters in rural areas often remain at risk in urban areas as shantytowns and slums are frequently situated on land prone to flooding or landslide.

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  • If the UK environmental employment baseline  level grows  in  line with projected annual growth rates  (see Table 3 below), then, potentially, an additional 400,000 jobs could be created over the next eight  years ‐ representing a 45%  increase on today’s  level. This  is a rough estimate based on the growth  in  market  value, where  employment  levels  are  calculated  on  a  pro  rata  basis.

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  • Securities firm balance sheets primarily reflect securities portfolios and securities financing arrangements. For example, the stylised balance sheet included in Annex 2 suggests that the majority of assets for securities firms are fully collateralized receivables arising from securities borrowed and reverse repurchase transactions with other non-retail market participants. The next greatest asset category is securities owned by the firm at fair value, which includes positions related to derivative transactions.

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  • The introductory section of the BFI DVD ‘A Personal Journey through American Movies with Martin Scorsese’ provides a useful starting point for the study of genre. Beginning with the section ‘The Director as Storyteller’, Scorsese discusses how the genre system developed in the earliest days of the Hollywood Studio System. He then proceeds to explore three of the principal genres of Hollywood filmmaking: the Gangster film; the Western and the Musical.

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