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  • This, too, was the period when the integrity of Eclectic Medicines was threatened by the “resinoid” distraction, with which dishonest manufacturers came near disrupting Eclecticism. Finally, there arose a fierce war against Professor L. E. Jones (conducted most largely upon paper) which displayed to full advantage the ridiculous frailties of all concerned. Another disturber was to come.

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  • Despite worldwide evidence of the low levels of female participation in social, educational, economic and political spheres, there is still a tendency to see it as a real problem only in a limited number of countries. Yet, as noted above, the reality is that no country in the world, no matter how advanced, has achieved true gender equality, as measured by comparable decision- making power, equal opportunity for education and advancement, and equal participation and status in all walks of human endeavour.

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  • GynEndo News is the monthly newsletter of the International Society of Gynecological Endocrinology. GynEndo News is the best way to keep you updated in Gynecological Endocrinology. Receive every month scientific contents from Gynecological Endocrinology, the official journal of the Society, and from the international press. Let the relevant news in your area come directly to your e-mail, rather than looking for them...

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  • Our study shows that, in spite of a gradual decrease, the incidence rates of pulmonary tuberculosis in immigrants remain high even a decade after immigration. The persistent high incidence rates are consistent with results of previous studies (2–5). Our study combines data on all immigrant patients in whom tuberculosis was detected and all legal immigrants present in a 5-year period in a low incidence country, enabling detailed analysis with a long follow-up period. We did not find a steep decline in incidence rates after immigration.

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  • From previous observations, addition of the antibody raised against the α6-integrin subunit in the GC culture medium impairs cell-spreading on LN substratum and induces the formation of clusters of rounded cells [6]. It can be hypothesized that changes in cell shape might be responsible for all or part of the functional changes observed in survival, proliferation and steroidogenesis of GC.

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  • Good customer experience is a business imperative to grow and sustain competitive differentiation in today’s market. If brands deliver the experiences customers want, customers will reciprocate with loyalty, advocacy, and repeat business resulting in long-lasting and profitable relationships. Customer experience is the customer’s perceptions and related feelings caused by the one-off and cumulative effect of interactions with a supplier’s employees, channels, systems, or products.

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  • Pollution control policy is fundamental for our analysis. In 1982 the central government imposed a system of levies on air pollutants, on total wastewater, and on the concentrations of three pollutants contained in wastewater: total suspended solids, chemical oxygen demand, and other solids. The first two are characteristic of the paper industry. The levy rates were reassessed in 1989 and increased in 1992. Wang et al. (1996) examined the effect of these charges on the effluents on the general manufacturing sector. They found the expected emission-reducing effect.

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  • Even if the spouse is working full or part-time in the business, the primary owner usually retains primary responsibility for the functions of the business, or to a lesser extent, shares responsibility with the spouse. The only area where the spouse is more likely to have primary responsibility instead of sharing it with the primary owner is in accounting and finance (27 percent of spouses have sole control; 22 percent share), but it is still more likely the owner has primary responsibility (49 percent).

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  • Diamond crystals form deep within the mantle of the earth when carbon is exposed to extreme pressure and very high temperatures. Volcanic rock formations such as kimberlite or lamproite pipes serve as pathways that convey the fragments of rocks and crystals from the mantle to the surface (see.Figure.1). The diamonds, along with vast quantities of magma, are blasted upward in the course of violent eruptions. Kimberlite pipes, the richest source of mined diamonds, are usually shaped like a carrot and can extend as deep as 1 to 2 kilometers underground.

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  • Importantly, post-secondary education and training can provide the cognitive and interactive skills required for good, high-paid, jobs. Analysis of data from the Current Population Survey (CPS) indicates that occupations with a high intensity of analytic and interactive skills tend to have large shares of workers with post-secondary education. 19 Moreover, occupations with a high concentration of college-educated workers have been growing much faster than others.

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  • Minimizing negative impact on an organization and need for sound basis in decision making are the fundamental reasons organizations implement a risk management process for their IT systems. Effective risk management must be totally integrated into the SDLC. An IT system’s SDLC has five phases: initiation, development or acquisition, implementation, operation or maintenance, and disposal. In some cases, an IT system may occupy several of these phases at the same time.

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  • Grossman (1995) offers three main explanations as to how exactly income affects the environment. First, is the ‘scale effect of income on the ‘environment’. As more outputs are produced, more inputs (natural resources included) are required and more wastes and emissions as by-products are created during the process. Thus, resulting in the use of more natural resources to provide inputs and at the same time more polluting by-products leading to the degradation of the environment. Second, is the technology composition effect.

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  • Soil communities are important aspects of biodiversity and they are involved in many important ecosystem processes, particularly nutrient cycling. Soil chemistry is neither an aspect of biodiversity nor one of the primary causes of change addressed by this project. Nevertheless, understanding mechanisms of change and correctly attributing effects to causes are central to the project, making it necessary to understand the soil chemistry at sites.

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  • Over the longer run, the U.S. economy is likely to see an important rebalancing of our spending and production. Higher household saving rates imply that eventually other types of spending will need to fill the breach in aggregate demand. The most likely candidates are net exports and business fixed investment. For the past several years, low personal savings and substantial budget deficits have led to large inflows of foreign capital and large trade deficits. As we move to more sustainable levels of consumption and increased fiscal responsibility, capital inflows will...

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  • This Partnership Program focuses on journals associated with MIM sites in Mali, Ghana, Uganda, and Malawi. The program comprises editors of these journals, editors of JAMA, BMJ, Lancet, EH, and AJPH, and the Council of Scientific Editors. NLM contributed to technical capacity building by providing site visits by experienced IT experts from Africa and helping to purchase equipment, including computers, printers, scanners and software. Staff from each African journal visited the offices of its partner journal for one to two weeks.

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  • The Company conducts a transparent information policy using traditional and modern technologies to communicate with the capital market community, but in 2008 it did not provide the on-line broadcasts of General Meetings over the Internet and did not record General Meetings. The reason for this was the fact that all Shareholders registered for the General Meetings appointed as proxies the persons indicated by the Company and sent their voting instructions to such proxies.

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  • What is at work here is a visual language that relies heavily on connotation, as described by Barthes. These connotations underscore the intertitle’s line of argumentation and address the sensory experience of the audience. A careful analysis of the style involved in the image construction reveals a homogenous pattern that can be described as a soft style. According to David Bordwell et al. (1985: 341), the soft style emerged and became the norm in the 1920s.

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  • Ducks do not require elaborate houses. The house should be well ventilated, dry and rat proof. The roof may be of shed type, gable or half round. It may have solid or wire floors. The wire floors are not popular with breeders. Under semi-intensive system the house should have easy access to outside run as the ducks prefer to be outdoors during the day time and even during winter or rains. Generally the proportion of night shelter to outside run is 1/4:3/4. The run should gently slope away from the houses to provide drainage. Normally a continuous water channel...

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  • RF and RHD remain significant causes of cardiovascular diseases in the world today. Despite a documented decrease in the incidence of acute RF and a similar documented decrease in the prevalence of RHD in industrialized countries during the past five decades, these non-suppurative cardiovascular sequel of group A streptococcal pharyngitis remain medical and public health problems in both indus- trialized and industrializing countries even at the beginning of the 21st century. The most devastating effects are on children and young adults in their most productive years....

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  • Although traditional education does assess learner knowledge and progress, CBE places a much higher premium on learner performance of tasks and activities representative of the competencies. These assessments are more than just paper-and-pencil tests of knowledge; they emphasize behavioral measures that depend on integrating knowledge and skills derived from an aggregate of educational experiences and parts of the curriculum.

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