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Everything is easy when you know how! The skill of scientificwriting is no exception. To be a good writer, all you need to dois learn and then follow a few simple rules. However, it can be
difficult to get a good grasp on the rules if your learningexperience is a protracted process of trial and error. There is nothing more discouraging than handing a document that
has taken hours to write to a coworker who takes a few
minutes to cover it in red pen and expects you to find this a
rewarding learning exercise....
Preamble Through the millennia of their history the Vietnamese people have worked hard and creatively and fought valiantly to build and safeguard their country, in the course of which the nation's tradition of unity, humanity and of staunch and indomitable struggle has been forged and its cultural heritage built and nurtured.
In these years, the society has seen rapid proliferation of different measures aiming to prevent victimisation. It is followed by a protracted debate over its positive and negative impacts. In my opinion, it is a reflection of the inflated fear of crime, but not of actual levels of crime.
Learning how to write a coherent, effective text is a difficult and protracted
achievement of cognitive development that contrasts sharply with the acquisition of
speech. By the age of 5, spoken language is normally highly developed with a working
vocabulary of several thousand words and an ability to comprehend and produce
grammatical sentences. Although the specific contribution of a genetic predisposition
for language learning is unsettled, it is apparent that speech acquisition is a natural part
of early human development.
Anemia Due to Acute Blood Loss Blood loss causes anemia by two main mechanisms: first, by the direct loss of red cells; second, because if the loss of blood is protracted, it will gradually deplete the iron stores, eventually resulting in iron deficiency. Iron-deficiency anemia is discussed in Chap. 98.
Here we are concerned with post-hemorrhagic anemia, which follows acute blood loss. This can be external (as after trauma or due to postpartum hemorrhage) or internal (e.g., from bleeding in the gastrointestinal tract, rupture of the spleen, rupture of an ectopic pregnancy).
The very strong growth of collateralised structured operations in the context of synthetic ETFs
and ETF-based securities lending suggests that there are significant benefits for authorities
and ETF market participants alike in improving their understanding of the risks attached, and
the ways in which they can be mitigated. The current protracted period of low interest rates
provides incentives for re-leveraging in non-standard market segments, which may lead to a
build up of financial vulnerabilities, especially as the process of financial repair is not
Global GDP growth has lost steam in the course of 2012, and leading
indicators point to further weakness in the remainder of this year. Among the
largest non-EU advanced economies, Japan's post-disaster recovery is
pausing, while in the US growth appears to be gradually firming after a
protracted period of subdued performance. However, the uncertainty related
to the path of US fiscal policy over the coming months remains high. At the
same time, many emerging market economies have recently been moving
towards a more moderate rate of economic expansion, which in part reflects...
The most recent US crisis appears to fit the more general pattern that the recovery
process from severe financial crisis is more protracted than from a normal recession or from
milder forms of financial distress. There is certainly little evidence to suggest that this time was
Of course this does not mean policy is irrelevant. Quite the contrary, in the heat of the
recent financial crisis, there was almost certainly a palpable risk of a Second Great Depression.
Crisis-driven layoffs are on the rise in many OECD countries and experience from previous
recessions shows that many skilled workers will become unemployed (see the example of Korea in
Box 1). High-tech industries (like IT, aeronautics or pharmaceuticals) and knowledge-intensive
services (like financial services) are announcing layoffs almost daily. This human capital will quickly
depreciate if the downturn is protracted.
With the rapid development of the animation industry in the west, particularly in the U.S. and Europe,
the need for outsourced services in animation increased in Asia. Thus, and with animation’s
protracted development cycles, wherein 70% to 80% of related costs credited to labor – western
animators began to see Asian destinations such as the Philippines, with its cheaper labor and
abundant creative talent – as cost-cutting alternatives.
The rise of animation in the Philippines as an outsourced industry began in the early 1980’s.
Several cases which I witnessed led me to believe, some years ago, that inflammation of the brain, or its
membranes, might be produced in children, owing to their being suckled for an undue length of time. Since
that period, having enjoyed opportunities of observing infantile diseases on a much more extended scale, and
my attention being expressly directed to the point in question, I not only became fully convinced of the
correctness of my previous conclusions, but was induced to carry them still farther....
The protracted struggle between science and the classics appears to be
drawing to a close, with victory about to perch on the banner of science,
as a perusal of almost any university or college catalogue shows. While a
limited knowledge of both Greek and Latin is important for the correct
use of our own language, the amount till recently required, in my judgment,
has been absurdly out of proportion to the intrinsic value of these
branches, or perhaps more correctly roots, of study.
Challenges in the tourism industry are becoming increasingly complex. The
wide-spread need to travel, combined with the continually growing portion of
the global population who can afford to do so, have triggered a protracted
boom and sharpened the challenges faced by the industry. Moreover, tourists
are generally averse to crowds and prefer personalised offers.
The Spanish Succession.--Influence of Louis XIV. on History.--French Schemes of Conquest in
America.--New York.--Unfitness of the Colonies for War.--The Five Nations.--Doubt and Vacillation.--The
Western Indians.--Trade and Politics.
The war which in the British colonies was called Queen Anne's War, and in England the War of the Spanish
Succession, was the second of a series of four conflicts which ended in giving to Great Britain a maritime and
colonial preponderance over France and Spain.
Sovereign wealth funds are another sub category of
institutional investor that have risen in importance in
recent years. As their names suggest they are
institutions constituted to manage national wealth,
the source of which typically arises from significant