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  • Treating comorbid depression could increase adherence to interventions for chronic medical illness Comorbid depression is the existence of a depressive disorder (i.e. major depression, dysthymia or adjustment disorder) along with a physical disease (infectious, cardiovascular diseases, neurological disorders, diabetes mellitus or cancer). It is neither a chance phenomenon nor a mere feeling of demoral- ization or sadness brought on by the hardships of a chronic illness.

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  • Corticosteroids are often used as an adjunct in the treatment of various forms of tuberculosis (TB) and for the prevention of complications, such as constrictive pericarditis, hydrocephalus, focal neurological deficits, pleural adhesions, and intestinal strictures. Notwithstanding, they have been proven in clinical trials to improve the following outcomes only — death or disability in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-seronegative patients with tubercular meningitis and tubercular pericarditis.

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  • In this paper we consider the following problem. Given a class of episodes and an input sequence of events, find all episodes that occur frequently in the event sequence. We describe the framework and formalize the discovery task in Section 2. Algorithms for discovering all frequent episodes are given in Section 3. They are based on the idea of first finding small frequent episodes, and then progressively looking for larger frequent episodes. Additionally, the algorithms use some simple pattern matching ideas to speed up the recognition of occurrences of single episodes.

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  • Vancouver’s green economy is growing more than twice as fast as traditional sectors. he green economy includes jobs in clean technology and products, green building design and construction, sustainability consulting and education, recycling and composting, local food, green transportation, and much, much more. Green jobs can be found across traditional and new industry sectors.

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  • Stability Bonds would promote efficiency in the euro-area sovereign bond market and in the broader euro-area financial system. Stability Bond issuance would offer the possibility of a large and highly liquid market, with a single benchmark yield in contrast to the current situation of many country-specific benchmarks. The liquidity and high credit quality of the Stability Bond market would deliver low benchmark yields, reflecting correspondingly low credit risk and liquidity premiums (see Box 1).

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  • This Guide is designed for use by recipients of LSC funds. The Guide sets forth financial accounting and reporting standards for recipients of LSC funds, and describes the accounting policies, records, and internal control procedures to be maintained by recipients to ensure the integrity of accounting, reporting and financial systems. In addition, the Guide includes illustrative appendices which describe accounting practices and procedures (such as the illustrative financial statements and chart of accounts) acceptable to LSC.

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  • This reluctance on the part of mainstream lenders creates an opportunity for microfinance but also underlines the paramount importance of credit risk management in an industry that, in Western Europe at least, continues to be driven by socially motivated investors and entities supporting microfinance as part of their social responsibility initiatives. This realisation has a significant impact on the pricing of financing instruments to such types of entities and has arguably served to undermine the development of viable microfinance models in terms of self-sustainability.

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  • Climate impacts were monetized using estimates of the social cost of carbon—the valuation of the damages due to emissions of one metric ton of car- bon, of $30/ton of CO2equivalent (CO2e), 20 with low and high estimates of $10/ton and $100/ton. There is uncertainty around the total cost of climate change and its present value, thus uncertainty con- cerning the social cost of carbon derived from the total costs.

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  • Internet customer service: customer service is always important and a good business website has good customer service. For example, it should allow customers access to their account, track their orders and allow them to talk to live sales representative if they desire to do so. Allowing customers’ control over their orders is expected and can make a huge difference. Most website designers think of a web site’s overall appearance and then about its functionality.

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  • The overall fragility of the marginal wine drinker segment is highlighted by the long-term trend among them for growing preferences of other forms of beverage alcohol over wine. In the 2003 Merrill Research study, only 50 percent of marginal wine drinkers stated that they actually preferred wine over beer and spirits. Marginal wine drinkers have trimmed their wine consumption levels overall in the past three years.

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  • Finally, we computed the overall luminance of each filmby finding themedian luminance value of each frame, then averaging across frames. For the black-and-white films we simply worked with 8-bit pixel values of 0 (black) to 255 (white) fromthe jpegs; for the color films we first converted them to grayscale using the standardMatlab conversion, and then measured them in the same way. Median values for each frame were then given a reverse gamma transformof 1/2.2 before the whole-filmmean luminance was calculated....

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  • This is the first in a series of guides to help nonprofit organizations that wish to introduce or improve their efforts to focus on the results of their services. The nonprofit sector is being increasingly pressured to provide evidence that its resources have improved the lives of clients, regardless of the size of the organization. Even without such pressure, nonprofit organizations should operate and manage those resources in a way that maximizes effectiveness in helping clients. This is not a new philosophy for nonprofit organizations.

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  • In total, the model can generate expected excess corporate bond returns in four ways. First, through the dependence of credit spreads (or, equivalently, default intensities) on default-free term structure factors. Second, because the risk of common or systematic changes in credit spreads across firms is priced. Third, via a risk premium on firm-specific credit spread changes, and, fourth, due to a risk premium on the default jump. 1 Empirically, we find that all these terms contribute to the expected excess corporate bond return, except for the risk of firm-specific credit spread changes.

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  • The Group puts forward these recommendations recognising that the project on economic evaluation has still to produce its final report, and that the Group’s recommendation will be assessed in the light of the economic evaluation by the Steering Committee. Also, the question of geogenic dust, which plays an important role in some member states, has not been taken into full account and needs further consideration by the Commission. Whatever decisions the Commission takes finally on the above values, the Group recommends that they be reviewed within 5 years after entry into force.

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  • The next largest category, accounting for close to 20% of imports since 1986, comprises light and textile industry products, including rubber, mineral, and iron products. The main imports in the category are iron, steel, textile yarn, and fabrics. However, imports of other products in the category, such as wool tops, wood, cork manufactures, leather, dressed fur, and aluminium, rose rapidly during 1986 and 1989.

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  • There is a difference between permanent hair reduction and complete hair loss. Complete hair loss implies that there are no regrowing hairs. This can be a temporary or permanent phenom- enon. The LightSheer Diode Laser usually produces complete but temporary hair loss, followed by a partial but permanent hair reduction. This is an important distinction to make when setting patient expectations. With this laser, 100% of the patients experienced temporary hair loss, while 89% of the patients had permanent hair reduction at one year follow-up.

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  • Th is motivation explains the desire for continually increasing executive salaries, but does not justify them. Nor does it explain why the higher salaries are agreed to. Recognition of ability is an understandable desire in members of every profession, and higher salary is one of the means of providing it. Yet it is not the case that salaries in every other profession are continually rising in real terms. Th us the desire for recognition might explain the motivation of executives seeking higher salaries, but does not explain why they are awarded. Th is motivation also...

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  • Caja Granada, Chair of the International Association of Social Pledging Credit Establishments, was appointed as Spanish Focal Point of the Year of Microcredit by the United Nations. Apart form coordinating the contributions to the Blue Book, it led a major exhibition on microcredit in Spanish savings banks, a joint effort to communicate the importance of this financial tool and the support of the Spanish savings banks.

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  • This Report and Order establishes protections for broadband service to preserve and reinforce Internet freedom and openness. The Commission adopts three basic protections that are grounded in broadly accepted Internet norms, as well as our own prior decisions. First, transparency: fixed and mobile broadband providers must disclose the network management practices, performance characteristics, and commercial terms of their broadband services.

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  • Between January 2006 and February 2008, AMS Compliance provided its results from five investigations of certified organic operations to NOP. Although they recommended that NOP officials take enforcement actions against these operations, we found that NOP did not respond to these in a timely or effective manner. In addition, in those cases where enforcement actions were issued, NOP did not monitor the organic operations to ensure compliance with those actions.

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