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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về lâm nghiệp được đăng trên tạp chí lâm nghiệp Original article đề tài: Compression stress in opposite wood of angiosperms: observations in chestnut, mani and poplar...

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  • How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less is the work of a master of Neuro-Linguistic Programming whose career is teaching corporations and groups the secrets of successful face-to-face communication. Aimed at establishing rapport-that stage between meeting and communicating-How to Make People Like You focuses on the concept of synchrony. It shows how to synchronize attitude, synchronize body language, and synchronize voice tone so that you instantly and imperceptibly become someone the other person likes.

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  • When asked why they tackled Mount Everest, climbers typically reply “Because it was there”. Our motivation for writing Advanced Modelling in Finance is for exactly the opposite reason. There were then, and still are now, almost no books that give due prominence to and explanation of the use of VBA functions within Excel. There is an almost similar lack of books that capture the true vibrant spirit of numerical methods in finance.

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  • From this early stage, the term ‘independent’ gained romantic connotation, signifying the brave efforts of rebels fighting against a powerful trust. Independent production in this era is often given the credit for a number of landmark developments, including the shift of the centre of gravity of the film business to California and the initiation of the star system, although both claims owe more to myth than reality.

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  • It was during the period of about one hundred fifty years, extending from the middle of the twelfth to the close of the thirteenth century, that the features of our modern civilization began to assume a recognizable form. The age was characterized by the decline of feudalism, and by the growth of all the new influences which combined to create a new state of society. With the decay of the great lords came the rise of the great cities, the increased power and importance of the middle classes, the burghers or "citizens," who dominate the world to-day.

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  • The oviduct is an exquisitely designed organ that functions in picking-up ovulated oocytes, transporting gametes in opposite directions to the site of fertilization, providing a suitable environment for fertilization and early development, and transporting preimplantation embryos to the uterus. A variety of biological processes can be studied in oviducts making them an excellent model for toxicological studies.

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  • Two other sets of concepts that generate strong, and sometimes conflicting, reactions are the notion of what is 'public' (the public sector, the state, action that takes place in public) versus what is 'private' (of interest only to the individual/family, the private sector); and the meanings associated with money. We suggest that donation is a multi-layered process with each layer having its own public and private meanings. It may therefore be more helpful to think of public and private as being complementary and overlapping rather than in opposition (see Box 4.3).

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  • Wilfrid Laurier was born at St Lin, Quebec, on November 20, 1841. His ancestral roots were sunk deep in Canadian soil. For six generations Quebec had been the home of Laurier after Laurier. His kinsmen traced their origin to Anjou, a province that ever bred shrewd and thrifty men. The family name was originally Cottineau. In a marriage covenant entered into at Montreal in 1666 the first representative of the family in Canada is styled 'Francois Cottineau dit Champlauriet.

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  • Sarcasm transforms the polarity of an apparently positive or negative utterance into its opposite. We report on a method for constructing a corpus of sarcastic Twitter messages in which determination of the sarcasm of each message has been made by its author. We use this reliable corpus to compare sarcastic utterances in Twitter to utterances that express positive or negative attitudes without sarcasm.

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  • Previous comparisons of document and query translation suffered difficulty due to differing quality of machine translation in these two opposite directions. We avoid this difficulty by training identical statistical translation models for both translation directions using the same training data. We investigate information retrieval between English and French, incorporating both translations directions into both document translation and query translation-based information retrieval, as well as into hybrid systems. ...

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  • One of the contributions of this study is to look not only at the impact of an overall measure of mental health, but also to look at how the different components of the GHQ measure relate to edu- cational attainment and the probability of moving into inactivity at an early age. We find strong patterns of association with re- spect to the overall measure, particularly for girls. However, we also find that different components are not equally important and that the effects of ’anxiety’ and the other factors are indeed associated with outcomes in opposite directions.

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  • The proliferation of smooth muscle cells (SMC) is a key event in the development of atherosclerosis. In addition to growth factors or cytokines, we have shown previously that n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) act in opposition to n-6 PUFAs by modulating various steps of the inflam-matory process. We have investigated the molecular mech-anisms by which the incorporation of the n-6 PUFA, arachidonic acid, increases the proliferation of rat SMC treated with interleukin-1b, while the n-3 PUFAs eicosa-pentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), elicit nomitogenic response. ...

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  • .If the characters in a game have depth, complexity, consistency, mystery, humanity, and charm, then they are going to feel real to the player, and that helps the whole game world feel real, and allows the player to suspend his or her disbelief and get lost in the world. Everything the player does will be more exciting if they’re doing it for someone, or with someone, or in opposition to someone who feels real. Simply put, good character design helps the player to have what we all know can be an amazing, unforgettable experience. This book is not just about...

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  • AC motors convert AC electrical energy to Mechanical energy. AC motors: the armature of rotor is a magnet (different to DC motors). the stator is formed by electromagnets (like in DC motors). Effects of AC Supply on Magnetic Poles Consider the rotor to be a permanent magnet. Current flowing through conductors energize the magnets and develop N and S poles. The strength of electromagnets depends on current. First half cycle current flows in one direction. Second half cycle it flows in opposite direction...

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  • WORDY AND AWKWARD PHRASES With enough words, anyone can make the point, but it requires skill and effort to make your point with concise phrases. As you proofread your essay, if you detect a sentence that’s clumsy or too long, check for a wordy, awkward phrase that you can replace with a clearer, more concise one. Here are two examples (replace italicized phrases with the ones in parentheses): Discipline is crucial to the attainment of one’s objectives. (attain) To indicate the fact that they are in opposition to a bill, legislators sometimes engage in filibusters. (To show their) Look...

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  • HTML has always been about interconnection. Back in the ancient days, when electronica was cool and not called “house music” and before the Rolling Stones qualified for Medicare, the web was littered with big huge documents. In fact, it was exactly the opposite of today, where most people think enhanced digital books are just electronic wrappers around full-text copies of what’s in print. In the ’90s, the web was full of 15-page specifications, all in a single file. You scrolled through those massive documents just like you paged through an encyclopedia.

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  • Science often grows exponentially from certain key insights, and the insight Marvin Minsky had in 1955 is no exception. While working as a postdoctoral fellow at HarvardUniversity, Minsky sought a method to reduce the high level of light scatter that made high contrast imag‐ ing of thick specimens impossible by standard light microscopy.

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  • According to Rubinow, the “one receptor-one action” model of hormone action has been overturned by the robust evidence for action of steroid hormones through both nuclear and membrane receptors, and by the mounting evidence for the role of co-regulators in modulation of hormone action. Rubinow argued that the same hormone may simultaneously exert opposite effects on the same system (e.g., cell survival), and these effects can change with time. More research in this area is needed to understand why women respond differently to the same hormonal stimuli.

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  • About Mill: John Stuart Mill (20 May 1806 – 8 May 1873), English philosopher, political theorist, political economist, civil servant and Member of Parliament, was an influential liberal thinker of the 19th century whose works on liberty justified freedom of the individual in opposition to unlimited state control. He was an exponent of utilitarianism, an ethical theory developed by Jeremy Bentham, although his conception of it was very different from Bentham's. He clearly set forth the premises of the scientific method.

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  • We present an analysis of bounded-energy low-tension maps between 2-spheres. By deriving sharp estimates for the ratio of length scales on which bubbles of opposite orientation develop, we show that we can establish a ‘quantization estimate’ which constrains the energy of the map to lie near to a discrete energy spectrum. One application is to the asymptotics of the harmonic map flow; we find uniform exponential convergence in time, in the case under consideration.

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