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  • Home Security Store caters to the do-it-yourself home or business owner who knows true safety: understanding and installing your own alarm system. If there’s one household appliance that you should know how to operate, it’s your alarm system. That’s why we stock the best and most user-friendly brands in the industry. From Honeywell to DSC, we have the tools to help you build the peace of mind you and your family deserve.

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  • SQL: The Complete Reference provides an in-depth discussion of SQL fundamentals, modern SQL products, and SQL's role in trends such as data warehousing, "thin-client" architectures, and Internet-based e-commerce. This book is your one-stop resource for all you need to know about SQL. It will help you: Learn the key concepts and latest developments in relational database technology. Master the industry-standard SQL language for managing database information. Understand the differences among all the leading brands of DBMS systems....

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  • In recent years, the food and beverage industry in the US has viewed children and adolescents as a major market force. As a result, children and adolescents are now the target of intense and specialized food marketing and advertising efforts. Food marketers are interested in youth as consumers because of their spending power, their purchasing influence, and as future adult consumers. Multiple techniques and channels are used to reach youth, beginning when they are toddlers, to foster brand-building and influence food product purchase behavior.

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  • Anticipation of increased supplies of distiller’s dried grains with solubles (DDGS) in the Midwest has rekindled the interest in utilization of this by-product in animal feeds. In the Midwest US, corn is the primary feed stock although other grains can be processed as well. With increasing numbers of chicken layers and a large turkey industry in the Midwest, use of DDGS in poultry diets appears to have potential. Unfortunately, there is limited recent research for this ingredient with modern strains of poultry.

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  • This book is about graphic design rather than being a book of graphic design. The distinction may seem slight, but it is fundamental to this volume as it covers the graphic design industry and its processes rather than simply functioning as a coffee-table book. However, this book also contains works from highly imaginative creatives, which are used to illustrate the fundamental principles and working methods that graphic designers employ in their day-to-day activities

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  • The following case studies are examples of PR consultancy work and, more specifically, PR campaigns in practice. They demonstrate the enormous scope and diversity of the UK’s PR consultancy industry and appear by kind permission of the respective PRCA members and their clients. Background It was the year the Cricket World Cup came to England. For cricket bat manufacturer Slazenger, it was an opportunity to maximise exposure for the brand both within the UK and internationally.

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  • Due to the success of the first edition of The Engineering Handbook published in 1995 I am pleased to provide the second edition ten years later fully updated and expanded. Purpose The purpose of The Engineering Handbook, Second Edition is to provide in a single volume a ready reference for the practicing engineer in industry, government, and academia. The book in its comprehensive format is divided into 30 sections which encompass the field of engineering and includes 19 brand new chapters and 131 fully updated contributions.

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  • This book has been written to help professionals, students, and lay people identify the increasing number of terms in the fields of environmental engineering and science. More than 8000 terms, acronyms, and abbreviations applying to wastewater, potable water, industrial water treatment, seawater desalination, air pollution, incineration, and hazardous waste remediation have been defined. The most unique feature of this book is the inclusion of more than 3000 trademarks and brand names.

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  • Deakin’s MBA (International) is a distinctive MBA with an emphasis on management skills required in a global business environment. From a foundation in key business disciplines it develops the capability to respond confidently to the challenges of the international world of business. Deakin’s MBA (International) has been designed to give high- performing students an opportunity to gain industry experience as part of a world-class MBA. The MBA (International) is available to applicants who may not have had experience as a business manager.

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  • Academy of Marketing Science Review As luxury is a subjective and multidimensional construct, a definition of the luxury concept should follow an integrative understanding. For our purposes, we define luxury as the highest level of prestigious brands encompassing several physical and psychological values. To explain consumers‘ behavior in relation to luxury brands, apart from interpersonal aspects like snobbery and conspicuousness, personal aspects such as hedonist and perfectionist motives as well as situational conditions (e.g.

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  • Even if this approach provides insights about potential target country markets, no information is provided on the within-country consumers‘ heterogeneity and their response to marketing efforts. In this context it has to be stated that the globalization of consumer markets and the global acceptance of products and brands lead to a globalization of consumers‘ behaviors and attitudes.

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  • We also Önd evidence of a political economy story. We were motivated to pursue this story by the failure of a legislative bill in the Greek Parliament in 2010. The idea of the bill was to mandate tax audits for reported income below a minimum amount, targeted at eleven select occupations. The occupations line up almost perfectly with our results: doctors, dentists, veterinarians, lawyers, architects, engineers, topographer engineers, economists, Örm consultants and accountants.

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  • In light of the success of viral videos sponsored by big brand names like Levi's' "Backflip Into Jeans," Gatorade's "Ball Girl,” and Nike's “Kobe Jumps Over Car,” advertisers and agencies are evaluating the value of adding viral video to their online marketing mix. Faced with a tough economic climate, marketers are hurriedly seeking new methods to reach web audiences in the most cost-effective manner. Viral video - which is generally less expensive to produce and market than traditional advertising - is now getting its industry close-up.

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  • Before discussing our methodology, we motivate our study with a table illustrating bank adaptation and soft credit at work. The data are from a large Greek bank, covering tens of thousands applications by individuals for credit products. 4 Columns 1 and 2 show the monthly declared income and monthly payments on household credit products for self-employed individuals across di§erent industries, and column 3 presents the ratio of payments-to-income. On average, self-employed Greeks spend 82% of their monthly reported income servicing debt.

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  • In 2004, we realized that the Web was on the cusp of a new era, one that would finally let loose the power of network effects, setting off a surge of innovation and opportunity. To help usher in this new era, O’Reilly Media and CMP launched a conference that showcased the innovators who were driving it. When O’Reilly’s Dale Dougherty came up with the term “Web 2.0” during a brainstorming session, we knew we had the name for the conference. What we didn’t know was that the industry would embrace the Web 2.0 meme and that it would come to represent the new Web. Web 2.

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  • Over the last decade, the consumption of poultry products in developing countries has grown by 5.8 percent per annum, faster than that of human population growth, and has created a great increase in demand. Family poultry has the potential to satisfy at least part of this demand through increased productivity and reduced wastage and losses, yet still represent essentially low-input production systems.

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  • Physical water resource constraints make companies more susceptible to reputational risks. Declines in water availability and quality can increase competition for clean water. In water-scarce regions, tensions can arise between businesses and local communities, particularly in developing countries where local populations often lack access to safe and reliable drinking water. Community opposition to industrial water withdrawals and perceived or real inequities in use can emerge quickly and affect businesses profoundly.

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  • Hyundai Heavy Industries has successfully built a large LPG cargo without using dry dock “called on-ground building method” for the first time in the world. Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering has built Bulk and LPG carriers with “on-ground building and launching barge” mixed production method. Hanjin Heavy Industries has delivered 8400 TEU container ship, whose length was over the length of dry dock, by using “DAM Production Technology”. By this technology two parts of a ship could be erected on the sea after launching from the dock.

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  • Nabin’s current research will strike a chord with most people. He is tackling the pharmaceutical industry head-on by examining the issues surrounding generic alternatives in the purchase of prescription drugs. When people are asked if they would like a cheaper brand, they usually assume that the ingredients are the same, but the results of level trade tests have been surprising, he explains. ‘A recent medical journal confirmed that the active ingredients in the drugs are the same but the inactive ingredients are different.

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  • Today’s central problem facing business is not a shortage of goods but a shortage of customers. Most of the world’s industries can pro- duce far more goods than the world’s consumers can buy. Overca- pacity results from individual competitors projecting a greater market share growth than is possible. If each company projects a 10 percent growth in its sales and the total market is growing by only 3 percent, the result is excess capacity.

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