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  • he published The Destruction of Dresden. This became a best-seller in many countries. Among his thirty books (including three in German), the best-known include Hitler’s War; The Trail of the Fox: The Life of Field Marshal Rommel; Accident, the Death of General Sikorski;

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  • There has never been more pressure on bandwidth and cable plant. The resources of cable providers and telephone companies are being stretched to the limit due to the addition of such items as second lines for children, computers, security and the advent of the “smart house.” This situation is compounded by the race to offer the telecommunications “triple play” – a combination of voice services; cable TV and video on demand; and high-speed data and Internet access.

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: Thottapalayam virus is genetically distant to the rodent-borne hantaviruses, consistent with its isolation from the Asian house shrew (Suncus murinus)

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  • Tham khảo tài liệu 'báo cáo hóa học: " thottapalayam virus is genetically distant to the rodent-borne hantaviruses, consistent with its isolation from the asian house shrew (suncus murinus)"', luận văn - báo cáo phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The economic value of a community is generally measured through such things as residential real estate prices, taxing capacity, the quality of public amenities, the value of nearby retail services and the quality of human capital. Assets grow and depreciate in value based on individual and social actions, including the willingness or ability of individuals, households, businesses and governments to invest in and develop them. Economically distressed communities have declining asset values relative to more competitive places.

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  • Some organizations are deliberately using mobile money to enhance their traditional offerings. For example, during a recent drought in Niger, a set of randomly selected house- holds received cash transfers via mobile money (Aker et al. 2011). In comparison with physical cash, this trial found lower variable costs for senders, as well as lower costs for recipients. Over the course of the crisis, recipient households also enjoyed better diets and depleted fewer assets. Insurance, credit, and savings services are now being developed atop mature mobile money systems.

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  • There are multifaceted, complex and inter-related issues underlying both of these phenomena. One area that is gaining attention and being increasingly analyzed and acted upon by grassroots women’s organizations is the interplay of women’s access to, control and ownership of land and housing and HIV. Ownership of housing and land are significant components of a woman’s overall well-being and security.

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  • State and local governments finance public services primarily through taxes. Nationally, the two biggest taxes are the property and sales tax, which generate more than two- thirds of all state and local tax revenue. Because states rely most on sales and property taxes, and because these taxes place higher effective rates on low- and middle-income households (who spend a greater share of their incomes on housing and purchasing necessities than the wealthy), state and local tax systems are regressive. In Rhode Island, the lowest twenty percent of households pay 11.

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  • Hermanson and Citro conclude that between 1989 and 1995, noteworthy progress had been made in the housing conditions of older persons. Furthermore, the increase in the number of older households headed by persons aged 75 and older occurred entirely among owners, indicating that the elderly had been able to increasingly age in place. Housing quality for the elderly remains relatively high. The authors, however, conclude that some problems yet remain.

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  • This manual applies equally to conventionally housed birds and free-range operations. It is recognised that free-range birds will have some exposure to wild birds. However, in these environments measures should be taken to minimise the congregation of waterfowl and the impacts of wild birds generally, and these measures should be documented. While footbaths are not appropriate for a free range paddock, a system should be implemented to monitor and prevent any potential hazardous organic material or litter entering free range paddocks and these measures should be documented.

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  • The NCX-1000 is a passive fiber-to-the node (FTTN) service delivery cabinet that is easily placed in the feeder or distribution plant to support any re-sectionalizing or broadband overbuild application. It is typically installed with an adjunct DSLAM cabinet or remote terminal that houses a broadband DSLAM. The compact cabinet is designed for FTTN applications where re-sectionalizing the network requires either a new cross connect interface with a 1:2 ratio of feeder to distribution pairs or for 1:1 ratios where ADC’s patented Distribution Intercept (DI) service delivery solution is used.

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  • Founded in 1902, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center is consistently ranked as one of the top hospitals in the United States. Housed in seven buildings in west Los Angeles, including three, 16-story towers, Cedars- Sinai has more than 2,000 attending physicians and more than 8000 staff members from all walks of life (including research, teaching and community service), all involved in the care of patients.

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  • In flood-prone cities such as Manila, potential sea level rise and increased frequency and inten- sity of extreme weather events poses enormous challenges on urban local bodies’ ability to adapt. Apart from their location, the scale of risk is also influenced by the quality of housing and infra- structure, institutional capacity with respect to emergency services, and the city’s preparedness to respond.

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