Potential living

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế về bệnh thú y đề tài: Imaging evaluation of the liver using multi-detector row computed tomography in micropigs as potential living liver donors

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  • Hard to believe anything other than luck and maybe fate, never mind a book, can make someone fall in love with you, but oddly enough, Leil Lowndes seems to offer the advice that can do just that in How to Make Anyone Fall in Love with You. The sensation of falling in love comes from a chemical secreted by the nervous system, phenylethylamine (or PEA, as Lowndes calls it, as in "Scientists tell us only PEA-brained people fall in Love"), and the trick is to trigger the manufacture of PEA in your potential love partner, giving him or her the...

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  • Most people work to earn a living, and produce goods and services. Goods are either agricultural (like maize and milk) or manufactured (like cars and paper). Services are such things as education, medicine and commerce. Some people provide goods, some provide services. Other people provide both goods and services. For example, in the same garage a man may buy a car or some service which helps him to maintain his car.

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  • SSRIs and SNRIs tend to have fewer side ef ects and are more popular than the older classes of antidepressants, such as tricyclics—named for their chemical structure—and monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs). However, medi­ cations afect everyone dif erently. here is no one-size­ its-all approach to medication. herefore, for some people, tricyclics or MAOIs may be the best choice. People taking MAOIs must adhere to signiicant food and medicinal restrictions to avoid potentially serious inter­ actions.

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  • Destinations are some of the most difficult entities to manage and market, due to the complexity of the relationships of local stakeholders (Sautter and Leisen,1999). Managing and marketing destinations is also challenging because of the variety of stakeholders involved in the development and production of tourism products. The destination experience is essentially comprised of regions, resources and amalgams of tourism facilities and services, which often do not belong to individuals.

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  • The average number of living children is lower in Phnom Penh than in the five provinces. This apparently is the result of lower past fertility levels of current Phnom Penh elderly rather than higher losses of children through mortality. In fact, respondents in Phnom Penh report fewer deaths of their children than do those in the provinces (results not shown). Older elders average somewhat smaller numbers of surviving children than younger elders.

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  • For middle-aged people, disability is defined in terms of ability to work or do housework. For children, disability is the inability to participate in mainstream education. An important difference between functioning loss and disability is the potential influence of the external environment. Although in practice it may sometimes be difficult to clearly separate the two concepts, functioning loss is defined as a functioning deficit in an individual; disability on the other hand is an inability to perform within the environment.

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  • To support replication, each spanserver implements a single Paxos state machine on top of each tablet. (An early Spanner incarnation supported multiple Paxos state machines per tablet, which allowed for more flexible replication configurations. The complexity of that de- sign led us to abandon it.) Each state machine stores its metadata and log in its corresponding tablet. Our Paxos implementation supports long-lived leaders with time-based leader leases, whose length defaults to 10 seconds.

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  • This book aim to awake the young to the responsibility of living a purposeful life, it identify the reason why man exist and how a man can live a purposeful life and the reason why we need to live a purposeful life. This book is useful for young individuals. It we awake the young to the responsibility of living a responsible and purposeful life. Many young people are confused about what to make of there life, with this book the young can get the motivation and direction of discovering his or her potentials and thereby living a responsible and purposeful...

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  • Educational stakeholders, designers and administrators make buying decisions for furniture based on many factors. Cost, durability, functionality, safety, and aesthetics represent just a few of the many practical considerations. While these issues will always be important, the role that furniture plays in creating positive, high performance learning environments has gained greater recognition in recent years.

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  • Rapid improvements in health and nutrition in developing countries may be ascribed to specific, deliberate, health- and nutrition-related interventions and to changes in the underly- ing social, economic, and health environments. This chapter is concerned with the contribution of specific interventions, while recognizing that improved living standards in the long run provide the essential basis for improved health.

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  • Despite significant accomplishments to date, kidney transplantation is a relatively young field in medicine. Due to the armamentarium of agents available to effectively suppress the immune system, the past decade has seen a shift in focus from prevention of rejection to a focus on extending the life of the allograft and novel strategies to increase the organ donor pool. This book covers basic concepts in kidney transplantation while also addressing ways to manage kidney transplant recipients in order to maximize patient and graft survival.

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  • The idea of using markets and pricing computer re- sources is quite old. Pricing policies received consid- erable attention at the dawn of modern multi-user time sharing systems. Papers in the late 1960’s were dedi- cated to automated pricing policies for computer time [18, 19, 20]. As research, this work was short-lived. The complexity of these schemes relative to their benefit, combined with the environment of time-shared systems (mostly cooperative, mostly controlled by a single en- tity) quickly made pricing for shared resource allocation a low priority.

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  • An automated data acquisition system was installed to monitor the indoor air temperatures and humidities, HAC operation, building pressures, and outdoor weather. An automated tracer-gas system for continuous monitoring of house air change rates also was installed. This system injected sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) into the house every 4 h to 6 h, allowed it to mix to a uniform concentration, and then monitored the concentration decay in several zones.

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  • Second, system owners or investors with limited state tax burdens may not be able to take full advantage of the ITC. Thus, a tax credit may have little value to low- and moderate- income residents and others who have a small state-tax liability. While nearly all state tax- credit programs allow the unused portion of the credit to be carried over for five or 10 years, spreading the credit over time reduces its benefit. Third, ITCs reward the purchase and installation of technologies regardless of potential or actual energy production. Federal ITCs implemented in the 1970s and 1980s...

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  • The changing presence of the Internet from a medium for elites to one in common use in our everyday lives raises important questions about its impact on access to resources, social interaction, and commitment to local community. This book brings together studies that cover the impact of “the Internet” in everyday life in the United States, Canada, Britain, Germany, India, Japan and globally. These studies show the Internet as a complex landscape of applications, purposes and users.

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  • Characterizing the evolution of Internet topology is important to our understanding of the Internet architecture and its interplay with technical, economic and social forces. A major challenge in obtaining empirical data on topology evolution is to identify real topology changes from the observed topology changes, since the latter can be due to either topology changes or transient routing dynamics. In this paper, we formulate the topology liveness problem and propose a solution based on the analysis of BGP data.

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  • However, disillusion with the limited success of smallholder-based efforts to improve productivity in Sub-Saharan Africa (Collier and Dercon 2009) and the apparent success of Brazil in establishing a vibrant agricultural sector based on much larger farms have led some countries to view the development of large- scale mechanized farming as the path to modernization of the sector.

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  • In 1993, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute collaborated with the World Health Organization to convene a workshop that led to a Workshop Report: Global Strategy for Asthma Management and Prevention. This presented a comprehensive plan to manage asthma with the goal of reducing chronic disability and premature deaths while allowing patients with asthma to lead productive and fulfilling lives.

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  • The glycolytic pathway converts glucose to pyruvate and produces two molecules of ATP per glucose only a small fraction of the potential energy available from glucose. Under anaerobic conditions, pyruvate is reduced to lactate in animals and to ethanol in yeast, and much of the potential energy of the glucose molecule remains untapped. In the presence of oxygen, however, a much more interesting and thermodynamically complete story unfolds.

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