The virtues

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "The coming of materials science" has contents: Introduction, the emergence of desciplines, precursors of materials science, the virtues of subsidiarity, the escape from handwaving, characterisation.

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  • very wise physician has said that "every illness has two parts--what it is, and what the patient thinks about it." What the patient thinks about it is often more important and more troublesome than the real disease. What the patient thinks of life, what life means to him is also of great importance and may be the bar that shuts out all real health and happiness. The following pages are devoted to certain ideals of life which I would like to give to my patients, the long-time patients who have especially fallen to my lot....

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  • Can you learn to be a good leader by playing golf? Believe it or not, you can! There are fundamentals and rules in both endeavors that must be followed if you expect to ever keep up with the competition, let alone beat it. There are also right and wrong ways to perform a particular activity that can make the difference between winning and losing. Leaders and golfers must have perseverance and patience if they are to achieve success. Some golfers and managers never learn the importance of those virtues, however....

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  • Next to George Washington, we must write, upon the Catalogue of American Patriots, the name of Benjamin Franklin. He had so many virtues that there is no need of exaggerating them; so few imperfections that they need not be concealed. The writer has endeavored to give a perfectly accurate view of his character, and of that great struggle, in which he took so conspicuous a part, which secured the Independence of the United States. Probably there can no where be found, within the same limits, so vivid a picture of Life in America, one hundred years ago, as the career of Franklin presents....

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  • A popular and fairly orthodox opinion concerning book-collectors is that their vices are many, their virtues of a negative sort, and their ways altogether past finding out. Yet the most hostile critic is bound to admit that the fraternity of bibliophiles is eminently picturesque. If their doings are inscrutable, they are also romantic; if their vices are numerous, the heinousness of those vices is mitigated by the fact that it is possible to sin humorously. Regard him how you will, the sayings and doings of the collector give life and color to the pages of those books which treat of books.

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  • A Scottish Bard, proud of the name, and whose highest ambition is to sing in his country's service, where shall he so properly look for patronage as to the illustrious names of his native land: those who bear the honours and inherit the virtues of their ancestors? The poetic genius of my country found me, as the prophetic bard Elijah did Elisha--at the PLOUGH, and threw her inspiring mantle over me. She bade me sing the loves, the joys, the rural scenes and rural pleasures of my native soil, in my native tongue; I tuned my wild, artless notes as she inspired. She whispered me...

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  • There are many people we wish to thank for their support in the course of writing this book. Work on the book began during 1992–3, with the help of a Large Research Grant from the Australian Research Council. We are grateful to the ARC for supporting this project from the outset. For his encouragement and enthusiasm about the project from the beginning, and for his helpful comments on the work in progress (especially in the early stages) we would like to thank Michael Smith.

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  • The fame of Gratian, before he had accomplished the twentieth year of his age, was equal to that of the most celebrated princes. His gentle and amiable disposition endeared him to his private friends, the graceful affability of his manners engaged the affection of the people: the men of letters, who enjoyed the liberality, acknowledged the taste and eloquence, of their sovereign; his valor and dexterity in arms were equally applauded by the soldiers; and the clergy considered the humble piety of Gratian as the first and most useful of his virtues.

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  • This, too, was the period when the integrity of Eclectic Medicines was threatened by the “resinoid” distraction, with which dishonest manufacturers came near disrupting Eclecticism. Finally, there arose a fierce war against Professor L. E. Jones (conducted most largely upon paper) which displayed to full advantage the ridiculous frailties of all concerned. Another disturber was to come.

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  • VirtueMart là một ứng dụng cửa hàng trực tuyến được xây dựng trên nền PHP. Nó là một thành phần (component) cho hệ quản trị thông tin Joomla và không thể sử dụng nếu không có Joomla.Ứng dụng này được xây dựng dành cho các doanh nghiệp bán hàng trực tuyến vừa và nhỏ. Vì vậy đây là một giải pháp đơn giản và dễ dàng cho những ai muốn xây dựng một cửa hàng Online.

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  • The best thing you can spend on your children is time. Wisdom is knowing what to do next, virtue is doing it. "Man is made or unmade by himself ... In the armony of thought he forges we apons by which he destroys himself, Man is made or unmade by himself...

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  • The academic contributions of Murray N. Rothbard (1926–1995) are legion, but he also had a passion for public persuasion. A free society can only be sustained if the general public is aware of the vital importance of the market and the terrible consequences of statism. That’s why Rothbard hoped to convince everyone about the virtues of the free economy. For Rothbard, educating the public was strategically necessary and morally obligatory. It was also lots of fun.

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  • The Council Directive 85/337/EEC of 27 June 1985 on the assessment of the effects of certain public and private projects on the environment 1 , as amended, known as the "EIA" (environmental impact assessment) Directive, requires that an environmental assessment to be carried out by the competent national authority for certain projects which are likely to have significant effects on the environment by virtue, inter alia, of their nature, size or location, before development consent is given. The projects may be proposed by a public or private person.

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  • The primary purpose of this book is to provide in a single accessible format information central to the professional, ethical and legal requirements of being a doctor. It covers a core curriculum for medical students who must obtain a grounding in the elements of what constitutes being a medical professional [1–2]. The same material is essential for doctors in training and for international medical graduates coming to work in Australia. This book should be a useful and readily accessible starting point for busy doctors looking for answers to issues as they arise in practice....

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  • The high-technology answer seemed to lie in the creation of new manufacturing sectors, which—by virtue of high growth and rising productivity—might restore the promise of high-wage, stable employment. Such sectors were emerging in Silicon Valley and other centers that increasingly looked to a combination of electronics and information as their stock in trade. But also taking place were profound changes in the nature of manufactur- ing; these changes would be fatal to the cities’ hopes for new sectors.

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  • Moral philosophy, or the science of human nature, may be treated after two different manners; each of which has its peculiar merit, and may contribute to the entertainment, instruction, and reformation of mankind. The one considers man chiefly as born for action; and as influenced in his measures by taste and sentiment; pursuing one object, and avoiding another, according to the value which these objects seem to possess, and according to the light in which they present themselves.

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  • This book is my attempt to come to terms with the country I love. I fi rst came here in September of 1958. I had worked my way over as a dish washer on the passenger ship Arosa Sky. We steamed into New York harbor. I saw the Statue of Liberty. Someone met me at the dock and took me to the Trailways depot to put me on a bus to Austin, Texas. Did I want a return ticket, valid for a year? I said yes. The man at the window began to write the ticket. I thought about it and said to my guide: No, one...

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  • Desiring to implement the provisions of Article 220 of that Treaty by virtue of ehich they undertook to secure the simplification of formalities the reciprocal recognition and enforcement of judgments of courts or tribunals.

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  • The first section of this book deals with two fundamental aspects of anaesthetic practice: the airway and vascular access. General anaesthesia has been summarised by the simple phrase put up a drip, put down a tube and give plenty of oxygen. Many anaesthetists resent this glib description of their work, but it does have the virtue of emphasising the importance of venous cannulation and control of the airway, which are essential for the safe conduct of anaesthesia.

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  • Most of the remittance-receiving countries witnessed a significant macro-economic impact of remittances, not only in terms of hel ping increase foreign currency earnings, but also by virtue of representing a sizeable share of a country’s GDP, Moreover, these resources help expand markets through spending and investment. Table 1 shows that the amount of remittances received by these countries is far larger than FDI or ODA. When compared with exports, remittances also represent a significant portion of that revenue.

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