Patient and the staff

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  • Consumers have only partial knowledge before making a purchase decision, but can choose to acquire more-detailed information. A …rm can make it easier or harder for these consumers to obtain such information. We explore consumers’information gathering and the …rm’s inte- grated strategy for marketing, pricing, and investment in ensuring quality. In particular, we highlight that when consumers are ex-ante heterogeneous, the …rm might choose an intermedi- ate marketing strategy for two quite di¤erent reasons.

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  • After a few months of respite brought about mainly by the provision of longer-term liquidity by the Eurosystem in early 2012, the sovereign-debt crisis intensified again in spring. However, financial markets have recovered since July, helped by important policy decisions in the EU and the announcement of further monetary easing on both sides of the Atlantic. Sovereign yields in most vulnerable countries have receded somewhat since summer. Risk appetite appears to have improved as stock markets have recuperated the losses experienced earlier in the year.

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  • Management has clarified standards for conducting the CGAs, and the Gender and Development Board will provide technical sup- port and advice. In countries where the Bank has an active lending program and where no CGA has recently been completed, an initial CGA will be completed early in the program’s implementation peri- od.

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  • Legislative actions in the early 1980s were designed to aid the S&L industry but in fact increased the eventual cost of the crisis. The two principal laws passed were the De- pository Institutions Deregulation and Monetary Control Act of 1980 (DIDMCA) and the Garn–St Germain Depository Institutions Act of 1982 (Garn–St Germain). 23 DIDMCA re- duced net worth requirements and Garn–St Germain wrote capital forbearance into law.

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  • The story of India is one of growth, gains and gaps. With an economy that is going from strength to strength, benefiting from the demographic dividend of a young and growing workforce, this largest democracy of the world is also home to the largest number of children in the world. With this growth come real gains for India’s children and women.

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  • Since mid-2009, North Korea has admitted it has a uranium enrichment program and implied that it will enrich uranium on a significant scale in the near future. After years of denial, North Korea mentioned its uranium enrichment program in public statements as tensions increased following its ballistic missile test in April 2009, its May 2009 nuclear test, and the subsequent imposition of United Nations Security Council sanctions against North Korean trading entities.

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  • As even these preliminary comments should indicate, Hollywood has experienced a rich and dynamic history. The aim of this chapter is to chart that history in more detail and also to trace the efforts of film crit- ics and scholars to make sense of it. Journalistic film criticism dates back to Hollywood’s earliest years, and the film industry always has been subject to heavy coverage in both the trade and popular press. But the systematic scholarly study of Hollywood did not really take hold, interestingly enough, until after Hollywood’s postwar collapse.

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  • Encourage participants to discuss the differences between the original phrase and the fi nal one. Ask participants to examine how misunderstandings occur through gossip and the spreading of rumors. Suggest a positive behavior or action in order to deal with rumors (i.e. try to talk with the person who is spreading the rumor; talk to friend about how you are feeling; if the rumor involves someone else, discuss it with that person; keep yourself grounded by remembering it is just a rumor and will probably fade from people’s memory and become less important to people)....

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  • Ageing of the population is a major phenomenon in the present day world as a result of the changing demographic transition. Though the phenomenon has a universal character, it occurs in various countries at different point of time. The ageing is a phenomenon already occurred in the developed countries in the latter half of the twentieth century. The similar situation is emerging in the developing countries in the recent periods. Although the proportion of elderly in the years 60 and above is considered to be relatively low in the case of the developing countries such as India and...

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  • Several attempts have been made to analyze the impacts of air pollution on wildlife . More recently, research for WWF has assessed the impacts on wildlife through a literature survey which identified effects on 1,300 species, including 11 mammals, 29 birds, 10 amphibians, 398 higher plants, 305 fungi, 238 lichens and 65 invertebrates, providing the most detailed survey to date 7 . In general, the studies have concentrated on either specific ecosystems, or individual groups of plants and animals.

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  • Open car-sharing organizations in Sweden today have some 2000 members and have about 200 cars at their disposal. It has been estimated that approximately 870,000 households could be incorporated into such organizations. If large-scale use of car-sharing is to be achieved during the next 10 years, encompassing say 10 % of the potential, the systematic recruitment of members to existing pools, particularly in large cities, will be needed.

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  • A mutual fund is a type of investment fund. An investment fund is a collection of investments, such as stocks, bonds or other funds. Unlike most other types of investment funds, mutual funds are “open-ended,” which means as more people invest, the fund issues new units or shares. A mutual fund typically focuses on specific types of investments. For example, a fund may invest mainly in government bonds, stocks from large companies or stocks from certain countries. Some funds may invest in a mix of stocks and bonds, or other mutual funds....

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  • Socioeconomic status, poverty, and race have been found to be correlated with ACSC rates [8-10]. Several studies have examined the associations between ACSCs and demographics using small areas of analysis (typically ZIP code) and have found that ACSCs are higher in lowincome areas and areas with higher concentrations of racial and ethnic minorities [11,12]. The elderly population has not been studied much in this context, because they are thought to be relatively well-insured.

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  • Retailing has undergone dynamic change in a few decades. Regional and national chainstore organizations have grown rapidly. In our automobile age, retail stores have become fewer and larger. They also have enlarged their services to buyers. Retailers, wholesalers, processors, farmer cooperatives and farm organizations and trade associations are engaged in merchandising farm products.

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  • The author also points out the exiting problems and obstacles in this field. In chapter seven, Adams et al. discuss how adenoviral vectors interact with human immune cells, particularly how adenoviral vectors interact with professional antigen presenting cells, namely dendritic cells. Chapter eight reviews the properties of the immune response induced by adenoviral vaccines and the mechanisms which control the quality of T cell response generated during such vaccination. Holst et al.

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  • Whilst it is illustrative to focus on each component of financial literacy in turn, it is also valuable to consider how they combine. We have done this in several ways. First, a simple table showing the proportion of the population achieving high scores on each component illustrates important variations (Table 4). In 8 of the countries surveyed, a larger proportion of the population achieved a high knowledge score than a high behaviour score; indicating that levels of financial literacy in these countries are higher in terms of knowledge than behaviour.

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  • In this paper, we present REED, a system for Robust and Efficient Event Detection in sensor networks that addresses this limitation, enabling the deployment of sensor networks for the types of applications described above. REED is based on TinyDB, but extends it with the ability to support joins between sensor data and static tables built outside the sensor network. This allows users to express queries that include complex time and location varying predicates over any number of conditions using join predicates over these different attributes.

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  • Unrecorded alcohol refers to alcohol that is not taxed and is outside the usual system of governmental control, because it is produced, distributed and sold outside formal channels. Unrecorded alcohol consumption in a country includes consumption of homemade or informally produced alcohol (legal or illegal), smuggled alcohol, alcohol intended for industrial or medical uses, alcohol obtained through cross-border shopping (which is recorded in a different jurisdiction), as well as consumption of alcohol by tourists.

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  • Unlike ozone, which has a specific chemical composition, airborne particles vary in size and composition depending on time and location. Although the components of particles may have common sources, the types and amounts of particles collected at any one time and location may be unique. To add to the problem, gaseous pollutants including ozone, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and carbon monoxide often are present in the atmosphere at the same time as are particles.

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  • The high tech bubble was in°ated by myths of astronomical Internet tra±c growth rates. Yet although these myths were false, Internet tra±c was increasing very rapidly, close to doubling each year since 1997. Moreover, it continues growing close to this rate. This rapid growth re°ects a poorly understood combination of many feedback loops operating on di®erent time scales. Evidence about past and current growth rates and their sources is presented, together with speculations about the future.

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