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  • From before the time Raven stole the sun and shed light on the world below, the Gitxaal / a people have lived in their territories along the north coast of British Columbia. Gitxaal / a laws (Ayaawk) and history (Adaawk) describe in precise detail the relationships of trust, honor, and respect that are appro- priate for the well-being and continuance of the people and, as important- ly, define the rights of ownership over land, sea, and resources within the territory.

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  • This handy reference provides users with an understanding of complementary and alternative treatment options for more than 130 common disease states. A practical manual, it describes a variety of possible approaches to small animal disorders. Concentrating on nutrition, herbs, traditional Chinese medicines, and physical therapies, the authors present both tradition- and evidence-based therapies for disorders not always responsive to conventional therapies.

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  • Learning objectives for this chapter: Explain how the traditional approach and the object-oriented approach differ when an event occurs, list the components of a traditional system and the symbols representing them on a data flow diagram, describe how data flow diagrams can show the system at various levels of abstraction,...

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  • Industrial Safety and Health for Goods and Materials Servicesfocuses on the safety requirements of the wholesale and retail trades, including warehousing. This detailed text describes the hazards associated with chemicals, compressed gases, and fire.

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  • Industrial robots are currently employed in a large number of applications and are available with a wide range of configurations, drive systems, physical sizes and payloads. However, the numbers in service throughout the world are much less than predicted over twenty years ago (Engelberger 1980). This is despite major technological advances in related areas of computing and electronics, and the availability of fast, reliable and low-cost microprocessors and memory. This situation is mainly a result of historical and economic circumstances, rather than technical considerations.

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  • Urban design is a diffuse and abstract term. It means different things to different people. For those not directly involved in its practice or aware of its effects on their daily lives, it may not mean much, if anything at all. I first heard the term in architecture school, but I didn’t really think much about what it might mean until my schoolmate Jonathan Barnett started using it to describe his aspiration to put together with some of his colleagues a design capability in the New York City government.

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  • This guidebook on how to write scientific journal articles is mostly based on the authors’ personal experiences and their own learning curve towards successful publication. This guidebook includes examples from over fifty journal publication attempts, most of which have eventually been successful. Aside from their own writing experience, the authors have also learned from various other people representing different fields through guiding them in the writing and publishing of journal articles.

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  • The chapter provides insight into the early assessment process and the application of precaution, an often poorly described management action rarely captured in peer review literature. The situation surrounding this potential new threat to blood safety was largely resolved in mid-2011 when it was determined that the virus was an artifact from contaminated patient samples and from contamination stemming from a diagnostic test kit widely used by researchers.

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  • These four purposes provide a framework for describing the oral com- munication needs of adult ESOL learners. First, adult ESOL learners need access to information and resources. For example, the needs of newly arrived immigrants and refugees include obtaining housing, medical care, and sustenance. They must also develop the speaking skills to fi nd work and subsequently to carry out the responsibilities of their employment. All of these access-oriented needs require spoken English. Numerous social needs for spoken English are related to the EFF cat- egories of voice and action.

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  • In November 2009, EIF issued a working paper on the European microfinance market (see Kraemer-Eis and Conforti, 2009). In this study, we found that there are wide spectra of final beneficiaries and intermediaries and concluded that there is no common microfinance business model in Europe. While our findings suggested that the microfinance market is immature and fragmented, they also pointed to its growing importance as a market segment with a potential to counter poverty and unemployment while fostering financial and social inclusion. ...

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  • To mitigate concerns with survival bias, Lipper proactively consults ocial fund lists as well as contacting new and existing fund companies to obtain data on new funds. Otto Kober, Global Head of Methodology, explained that Lipper \... consults ocial registration lists to have our database updated. We proactively approach the fund management companies for the data. There are a few instances where we do not get the data{especially for private funds or funds that are restricted exclusively to certain investors." Moreover, \We usually consult the ocial authorization lists.

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  • This book attempts to describe some of the basic grammatical characteristics of the English language in a way accessible to most students of English. For this reason we start at the beginning and take as little as possible for granted. Definitions are given for grammatical concepts when they are first used and there is a glossary at the back of the book to remind the reader of these as he or she works through it. At ...

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  • I also wish to thank Prof. Dr. Thomas Dyllick, the co-advisor of my dissertation. His intellec- tual capacity always enabled him to provide constructive feedback and orientation, which he always presented in a very friendly manner. And whenever I myself had doubts about any particular weakness in my dissertation, I could be sure he had already identified it. Finally, my thanks go to Prof. Dr. Christoph Lechner who – without having a formal role in my dis- sertation – never hesitated to challenge my thoughts and provide helpful feedback.

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  • Advantages to the promoter are that he has direct access to the plant sup- plier to specify his requirements and agree all technical details. He can receive plant drawings in good time to complete the structural designs. Adisadvantage is that, if the plant supplier is late on his promised delivery, the promoter may have to pay the contractor for delay. To guard against this, plant delivery times quoted to the civil contractor can allow a ‘safety margin’ on the plant supplier’s quoted delivery time.

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  • The Key Investor Information Documents are available on www.assetmanagement.hsbc.com/globalfunds. Before subscribing to any Class and to the extent required by local laws and regulations each investor shall consult the Key Investor Information Documents. The Key Investor Information Documents provide information in particular on historical performance, the synthetic risk and reward indicator and charges.

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  • In the short-run, however, substantial differences existed. During the First World War entertainment expenditure moved in opposite directions in France and Britain and remained stable in the US. During the great depression US real entertainment expenditure shrunk substantially, while European levels remained stable. The French expenditure level was substantially lower than in the other two countries, about a fifth in 1938 using exchange rates, although the difference is difficult to quantify because of devaluation of the franc and purchasing power parity issues.

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  • The pricing system used in this occasion describes how much money a smallholder earns from selling the trees from one rai. In case of a high latex- yielding clone the farmer can sell the wood for average price of BHT 50 000 from one rai. If the smallholder has been harvesting a clone combining high latex yield and high wood yield, he can get as much as BHT 70 000 per rai. The yield per hectare is in average 138,9 m3 , but due to inaccessibility of plantation areas only 75 % of available logs will reach the sawmills in...

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  • The growing body of research on the challenges presented to mental health services by refugee and asylum seeking populations is increasingly necessary, however, such research focuses mainly on organisational or institutional processes rather than user perceptions and beliefs concerning health care. Very little is known about refugee and asylum seekers user involvement in mental health services and the impact on the accessibility to care among this user population.

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  • General Theme: Nowadays the market, and neo-liberalism in general, seems to be in disarray. With support waning for an unfettered market, various critics are seeking alternatives. In this book, the idea is that a new way of thinking about the economy may be productive, particularly one that does not rely on an unregulated market to secure economic order. In this context, the notion of a ―post-market society‖ is introduced to describe this shift in orientation.

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  • In 1856, Rudolf Virchow published “Cellular pathology” based on macroscopic and microscopic observation of diseases, and described a triad of factors on thrombosis. The three components were vascular change, blood flow alteration, and abnormalities of blood constituents. Although Virchow originally referred to venous thrombosis, the theory can also be applied to arterial thrombosis, and it is considered that atherothrombus formation is regulated by the thrombogenicity of exposed plaque contents, local hemorheology, and blood factors.

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