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  • Pronunciation, by definition, is to do with a language in its spoken form, i.e. with sounds. A printed book expresses whatever it has to say, even about pronunciation, through the very different medium of the written language. So, right at the outset of a book such as this we have a problem – or, rather, a number of interrelated problems. In particular, we have to ask and, one hopes, answer the questions: what justification is there for even attempting to discuss the spoken medium through the written medium? and, secondly, supposing such justification can be demonstrated, how do we set...

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  • The National Target Program (NTP) will communicate priority activities addressing the urgent and immediate needs and concerns of the country, relating to adaptation to the impacts of CC. Activities proposed through NTP would be those whose further delay could increase vulnerability, or lead to increased costs at a later stage. The NTP will be presented in the form of a document specifying a list of priority activities, with a concise justification based on a tight set of criteria.

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về sinh học được đăng trên tạp chí sinh học Journal of Biology đề tài: Schémas de sélection : de la représentation généalogique au modèle statistique. Justification asymptotique

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  • The Final Judgment feels too close for me to care much about scoring points in debate. Into my seventh decade, the clouds of time are clearing, and the prospect of wasting my remaining life on gamesmanship or one-upmanship is increasingly unthinkable. The ego-need to be right has lost its dominion, and the quiet desire to be a faithful steward of the grace of truth increases. N. T. Wright is about three years younger than I am, and I assume he feels the same.

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  • OBJECTIVES: To understand the definition of Why - Why Analysis. To clarify the procedure for developing a Why - Why Analysis. To stress the importance of each step in the Why - Why Analysis.COURSE SCOPE / JUSTIFICATION:Why-Why Analysis is a basic, fundamental tool in the development of the IWS cornerstones, so it is essential that each Leader in the implementation of IWS know this technique and transmit it to his/her work teams.

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  • 0 bit pointer value Negative justification opputinity VC chạy cùng tốc độ với STM-1 − Giá trị pointer không thay đổi khi đồng bộ − Xảy ra khi tần số xung clock của các thiết bị giống nhau − Ví dụ: VC4-POH bắt đầu ở vị trí 2 trong Payload, giá trị của pointer sẽ được xác định

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  • The job description is to the job what the foundation is to the house. Every structure begins at the bottom with a strong foundation on which to build. Like a structure’s foundation, a wellwritten job description can be used as the basis to establish and build the expectations of the job. When writing a job description you lay the groundwork for a particular job and for your relationship with the person you hire to do the work.

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  • This module provides students with an overview of the terms and concepts of, along with the justification for, Web security. This explanation includes an introduction of the STRIDE model, which can be used to categorize threats to Web applications. This module also provides an overview of the technologies and best practices that can be used to build a secure solution for Web applications. After completing this module, students will be able to define the basic principals of, and motivations for, Web security. ...

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  • Argumentation has been traditionally the domain of rhetorics and logics, rather than linguistics. Since Aristotle’s time, scholars have studied how ideas are organized in different ways to make an argument. Aristotle was the first person who realized two main constituent of an argument, a Position, and its Justification. Later on Ad Herennium (862BC) expanded the argumentation structure to include five parts: a proposition, a reason, a proof of the reason, an embellishment and a resume.

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  • In its broadest definitional sense, collective action is the enactment and enforcement of law. The justification for all collective action, for government, lies in its ability to make men better off. This is where any discussion of the bases for collective action must begin.

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  • The economic drivers for voice and data integration using voice over IP (VoIP) are catching the attention of CFOs, CIOs and others involved on the cost side of any business. This white paper will show the cost justification for voice and data network integration and how much increase in bandwidth will be necessary once voice traffic is added to the traditional data traffic being carried across a wide area network (WAN).

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  • At the end of the day what counts here is not whether a person making war could successfully justify the action in some court of theology against the best religious scholars or religious judges of his or her tradition. In many cases, as suggested above, the argument cuts both ways and the leaders of war are rarely put to such a test. What concerns us is the way in which leaders can use the a religious justification for war in a way that people will follow them to war, to...

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  • CHAPTER 7 Market Failures: External Costs and Benefits In its broadest definitional sense, collective action is the enactment and enforcement of law. The justification for all collective action, for government, lies in its ability to make men better off.

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  • Intellectual property plays an increasingly vital role in global trade and economic development. Globalisation of trade means that intangible informa- tional resources are now produced, exchanged and consumed anywhere and everywhere defying jurisdictional borders. Intellectual property has moved into the mainstream of national economic and developmental planning; in the recent past it has also emerged as a central element of multilateral trade rela- tions.

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  • The Agency’s FY 2013 budget request supports the Administration’s commitment to ensure that all Americans are protected from significant risks to human health and protect the environment where they live, learn and work. The EPA’s work touches on the lives of every single American, every single day as we protect the environment for our children, but also for our children’s children. The mission, day in and day out, is to protect the health of the American people by keeping pollution out of the air we breathe, toxins out of the water we drink and swim in, and harmful chemicals...

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  • The urgent need to ensure the conservation of biological diversity is now widely recognised, but the role of an intellectual property rights regime as an instrument for biodiversity conservation is poorly understood and often hotly debated. This volume is a detailed analysis of the economic and scientific rationales for the use of a property rights-based approach to biodiversity conservation. It discusses the justification for, and implemen- tation of, intellectual property rights regimes as incentive systems to encourage conservation.

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  • This thesis makes several meaningful contributions to the literature and the practical perspective. First, it is conducted in a different setting from most previous studies. Thus, it provides an out-of-sample test for the theories and empirical models so far established. Second, this study fills one of the gaps in mutual fund studies by asking whether the findings in developed markets carry over to emerging markets.

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  • The document crafted by Quigley and Lord contained two sections, a philosophical justification titled “General Principles,” followed by a list of prohibitions titled “Working Principles.” The first section of the original Production Code was later titled “Reasons Supporting the Code.” The document that later became known as “the Code” was a summary of the original prepared at the direction of Will H. Hays, because, said Lord, “in the abbreviated form it was a more workable and convenient set of instructions.

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  • For decades, the majority of ophthalmologists have been embarrassed by and highly suspicious of refractive surgery, at times with good justification. They have been repelled by its tactics in patient recruitment, uneasy about its seemingly cavalier use without longterm data, eager to defend its unsuspecting victims, and deeply concerned that its shortterm benefits are outweighed by its burdensome long-term consequences.

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  • Ideally a screening test should detect all clinically significant prostate cancers and not benign pathologies. It has been normal practice that men who are found to have an abnormal serum PSA level should have a prostate biopsy. For example, the UK Prostate Cancer Risk Management Programme (PCRMP) states “if your PSA is definitely raised, a prostate biopsy is required to determine whether cancer is present” The justification for performing biopsy in men with an abnormal PSA is that they are at high risk of prostate cancer.

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