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  • Tham khảo sách 'international trade in gmos and gm products: national and multilateral legal frameworks', kinh doanh - tiếp thị, tiếp thị - bán hàng phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Estuarine Research, Monitoring, and Resource Protection is principally designed as a reference volume for estuarine and watershed scientists, resource managers, decision makers, and other professionals who deal with coastal zone issues. Information contained in this volume will be useful to individuals conducting either basic or applied research on estuaries. It will also be valuable to administrators engaged in coastal resource management programs.

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  • The Investment Company Institute (“ICI”) and ICI Global appreciate the opportunity to comment on the consultative document published by the Financial Stability Board (“FSB”) entitled “Strengthening Oversight and Regulation of Shadow Banking: A Policy Framework for Oversight and Regulation of Shadow Banking Entities.”1 ICI is the national association of U.S.

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  • The (estimated) number of angel investors active both within networks and on an independent basis (individual activity or in syndicates) is estimated to be around 75k in Europe (EBAN, 2010c); the corresponding figure for the US is 259k. Often Business Angels in the US are “Serial Angels” - this means they invest regularly. In terms of overall investment, the amount invested by angels annually is EUR 3 to 5bn in the EU (invested into approx. 2800 companies (2009 data)), compared to USD 20.1bn (approx. EUR 14.9bn) in the US (invested into 61,900 companies (Sohl, 2011)).

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  • The official definition of poverty for the U.S. population uses money income before taxes and does not include capital gains or noncash benefits (such as public housing, Medicaid, and SNAP). The definition is based roughly on historical estimates of the portion of an average household’s income required to purchase a “minimally nutritious diet” (about 30% in the early 1960s).

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  • By creating the Federal Reserve System, Congress intended to eliminate the severe f inancial crises that had periodically swept the nation, especially the sort of f inancial panic that occurred in 1907. During that episode, payments were disrupted throughout the country because many banks and clearinghouses refused to clear checks drawn on certain other banks, a practice that contributed to the failure of otherwise solvent banks. To address these problems, Congress gave the Federal Reserve System the authority to establish a nationwide check-clearing system.

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  • Among the 6,049 reported cases in Fuyang City the gender ratio was 1.9:1. The age range varied between 28 days to 18 years of age, with 78% of the cases being 3 years of age or younger. All districts/counties in Fuyang City reported HFMD cases, with more than half the cases concentrated in 3 districts (Yingzhou, Yingdong and Yingquan). Epidemiological investigation revealed no contact between the 22 fatal cases, but environmental investigation of the cases' households revealed poor hygienic and sanitary conditions among these families.

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  • In answering the essay prompt Arturo (Doris’s student) had written the following in his first paragraph: Many people like to work with people, to have good communication. Meanwhile, they like to learn about other jobs or cultures in some conversation with them. Usually they like to work with people because they give helping them. On the other hand, earn a lot of money save them the problems. Most people like these jobs because usually they don’t have a hard job and are busy every time.

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  • For a typical family that moves from group to individual coverage with identical benefits, annual premiums will rise by more than $2,000.43 The biggest losers in the individual market are those who are less healthy or coping with a chronic illness. Two-thirds of respondents in a recent survey said they found it difficult or impossible to find affordable coverage in the individual market.

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  • We met first in September and were required to report by the end of the year. The FRC’s announcement invited comments on the issues raised in our terms of reference. In addition, we wrote to representative organisations and to leading audit firms inviting their comments and assistance. A list of those who offered comments is given in Appendix V. We have looked at experience in other countries and noted current developments in the United States, the European Union and elsewhere – see Appendix III.

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  • The second rule of construction makes clear that it is not necessary for each affiliate that communicates the same eligibility information to provide an opt out notice to the consumer, so long as the notice provided by the affiliate that initially communicated the information is broad enough to cover use of that information by each affiliate that receives and uses it to make solicitations.

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  • Data preparation includes the processes of cleansing, summarizing, and transforming detail and operational data into structures such as data warehouses and data marts that are suitable for BI reporting, data mining, scoring, and statistical processing. Many DBMSs provide some support for data preparation, such as filtering, aggregation, denormalization, and so on. However, SAS uniquely supports operations such as sampling, variable binning, imputation, and variable selection, which are typically not as robust in the DBMS functionality.

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  • Every minute of every day, we breathe six to ten liters of air. If the air carries unhealthy levels of pollutants, those pollutants can enter our bodies and affect us in many ways. Thousands of us live where the air is often unhealthy to breathe. A large number of people are affected leading to the health impacts of air pollution being costly in the long run. Air pollution is especially harmful to the very young and old. Infants and children are at risk because their lungs are not fully developed until they are about 18 years old and because they breathe...

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  • The scope of the rule was extended to cover all vehicles and all repairs. A yellow draft was issued for public consultation in December 1997, together with the yellow draft of the Vehicle Standards Compliance (Certification) Rule, which then became the Vehicle Standards Compliance Rule. The availability of the drafts was publicised in metropolitan newspapers, the New Zealand Gazette, Te Maori News and the Rural Bulletin. More than 700 copies of each draft rule were sent out during the consultation period which ended on 13 February 1998.

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  • Pursuant to the Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C. 552a) (Privacy Act), HUD published in the Federal Register on July 17, 2012, at 77 FR 41997, a notice that announced a new system of records for OGC’s E-Discovery Management System (OGC-EDMS), a system expected to significantly improve the efficiency of OGC’s processing of records during the preservation, discovery, and processing of litigation requests when litigation is “reasonably anticipated”1 and reduce the time HUD staff spend on the document review and production process.

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  • Databases with related content are grouped into predefined subject categories and given a four- to eight-character identifier. The identifier, or OneSearch category, may then be used in Dialog Command Language searches as a shortcut to open all of the databases in the OneSearch category with a single BEGIN command. Any search entered will execute in all of the databases in the category. The OneSearch categories may also be used with the DIALINDEX finding tool. See the DIALINDEX section for more details. The list below includes most of the available OneSearch categories.

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  • This paper reports the results of the first phase of a mixed methods study investigating the attitudes of students enrolled in a distance education Master of Business Administration (MBA) program towards engaging in greater online interaction with other students. The program is delivered by Chifley Business School, the training arm of the Association of Professional Engineers, Scientists and Managers, Australia (APESMA). It currently has almost 1000 enrolled students located around Australia and across...

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  • As you learned above, probably the most important function of computers is their ability to store large amounts of data. The World Wide Web is probably the largest source of information and is available to anyone in the world with a computer and Internet connection. By the end of 2006, there were well over 120 million users connected to some 7 million websites. However, a good portion of information stored on computers is sensitive and critical, and if lost or accessed by the wrong person, could potentially create tremendous personal anxiety and global problems.

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  • The acceptance bias toward the traditional axis of scholarly literature confirms what publishers experience day-to-day: there are greater challenges to reviewing and making decisions on this sharp influx of content from new countries, with diverse cultures and attitudes to publishing, non-English languages (the lingua franca of academic publication in most subject areas), and a lack of publishing history.

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  • Bank equity returns are more sensitive to systematic risk near cyclical troughs than they are near the top of the cycle. More specifically, the first column in Table 1 shows the estimates of the interaction terms between the variable depicting the cyclical phases and the three pricing factors. Negative coefficients indicate that bank stocks are more sensitive to the market and size factors in economic downturns. The result is most pronounced in the case of the size factor.

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