Bioethics in obstetrics

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  • Agriculture is taken in a broad sense to include crop production, range, and pasture lands. The output materials from these land areas, and forestry, are "bio-based" and are renewable through primary production from solar energy, atmospheric carbon dioxide, and terrestrial nutrients. The United States has significant resources in good soils, extensive natural water distribution, and a technology base that allows both resource protection and resource use to generate a wealth of renewable production every year....

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  • The copyrights for the moving pictures will be an article in increasing great demand. For instance, with the game industry. The above should be reflected in the European school system. The fast technical development has created a gap between intentions and practical possibilities. Due to this consequence, a great number of teachers in schools have not had the possibility of getting acquainted with moving pictures through their training.

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  • Of the schools that provided federal student loans in each year since 1994-95, approximately 1,200—or 29 percent—provided loans through the Direct Loan Program, and most of those schools continued to participate in the Direct Loan Program in school year 2001-02. In 2001-02, public 4-year schools provided the largest share of Direct Loan volume, about $6.9 billion, or 67 percent, although roughly equal numbers of public 4-year, private 4-year, 2-year, and less-than-2-year schools participated.

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  • Raised beds are ideal for lettuce production and they help prevent damage from soil compaction and fl ooding. They also improve air fl ow around the from soil compaction and flooding The also impro e air flo aro nd the plants, resulting in reduced disease incidence. Plant populations range from 60 000 to 100 000 per hectare. Lettuce is regularly sown directly in the fi eld to a depth of 10 to 15 mm. The seedlings are later thinned out to the desired spacing and...

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  • “In striving for entertainment, our imagination must have neither limits nor bounds. It has always been a basic need in creative efforts. ‘Imagination,’ wrote Stanislavsky, ‘must be cultivated and developed; it must be alert, rich and active. An actor (animator) must learn to think on any theme. He must observe people (and animals) and their behavior—try to understand their mentality.’ “To one degree or another, people in our audience are aware of human and animal behavior. They may have seen, experienced or read about it.

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  • This upcoming two year masters program aims to promote health systems and public health research and implementing solutions in institutional and fi eld settings. It will prepare health professionals to work in socially, culturally and economically diverse populations by being attentive to needs of vulnerable and disadvantaged groups. It will work towards imparting qualities of leadership among public health professionals and eff ectively use communication skills for health advocacy.

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  • Consider my parents. My mother did not know any geomorphology or landscape ecology. Yet she enjoyed her familiar, Southern US rural land- scapes. My father enjoyed the fertility of the soils in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia; he admired a good field. On visits around, he would take a spade and turn the soil to see whether it might make a good garden. He always knew what watershed he was in, what crops were growing where. He loved a good rain. Both enjoyed the changing seasons, the dogwood and redbud in the hills in the spring, the brilliant and subtle colours...

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  • Here's the deal: there are lots of teachers and librarians who'd love to get hard-copies of this book into their kids' hands, but don't have the budget for it (teachers in the US spend around $1,200 out of pocket each on classroom supplies that their budgets won't stretch to cover, which is why I sponsor a classroom at Ivanhoe Elementary in my old neighborhood in Los Angeles; you can adopt a class yourself at ‹›. There are generous people who want to send some cash my way to thank me for the free ebooks....

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  • If your project is large or if you have no experience in selecting conservators, consider contracting with a conservator to prepare the RFP and help evaluate the responses. The time and money you invest in developing complete, accurate specifications will pay off in the form of thorough proposals. Often, a government agency will permit a sole-source contract for this purpose. Remember that a conservator invests considerable time and resources in putting together an effective proposal. Some qualified professionals will not submit proposals without com- pensation.

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  • One of the main reasons for choosing ARC is for its superior ability at handling imbalanced class distributions. It utilizes the association rule mining, making sampling unnecessary in many cases otherwise requiring sampling. In [WZYY05], ARC has been shown to produce the best result among many algorithms on the data set used for KDD- 98 [Kdd98], which has a skewed class distribution. In addition, ARC can handle high dimensionality (the data set has more than 400 variables) without a considerably long running time.

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  • As shown above, the modern industrial system is a concatenation of processes which has much of the character of a single, comprehensive, balanced mechanical process. A disturbance of the balance at any point means a differential advantage (or disadvantage) to one or more of the owners of the sub−processes between which the disturbance falls; and it may also frequently mean gain or loss to many remoter members in the concatenation of processes, for the balance throughout the sequence is a delicate one, and the transmission of a disturbance often goes far. It may even take...

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  • The CGAP is the sum of an economy’s idiosyncratic performance over the two years from the first quarter of 2008 to the fourth quarter of 2009. A positive value indicates that an economy outperformed the global economy while a negative value indicates underperformance. A value of 10%, for example, implies that an economy had real GDP growth 10% higher than we would expect, given the path of the global economy, over this two year period.

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  • Peaks in the financial cycle are closely associated with systemic banking crises (henceforth “financial crises” for short). In the sample of seven industrialised countries noted above, all the financial crises with domestic origin (ie, those that do not stem from losses on cross- border exposures) occur at, or close to, the peak of the financial cycle. And the financial crises that occur away from peaks in domestic financial cycles reflect losses on exposures to foreign such cycles. Typical examples are the banking strains in Germany and Switzerland recently.

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  • In recent years, the business implications of climate change have gained considerable recognition among companies and investors. However, much of this attention has focused on energy policy and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, while neglecting the implications of changing precipitation patterns and resulting water scarcity and water quality risks.

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  • Profits which arise from carrying on trades, professions and vocations cannot usually be worked out by simply adding together the cash receipts of the business and deducting expenses paid out. This would show the business’ cash flow, but it would not usually be a proper measure of its profits. To arrive at the profits it is necessary to draw up accounts using the methods which accountants have developed for dealing with income that has been earned but not received, expenses which have been incurred but not paid or paid but not fully used, and so on.

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  • Competition among banks for funds ties the RP rate closely to the federal funds rate. The RP rate has historically been below the federal funds rate because RPs are collateralized, which makes them safer than federal funds, and because arranging RPs entails additional transactions costs. Data on RP rates paid by banks to their corporate customers are not available, but from 1983 to 1990 the dealer RP rate (the rate government security dealers pay to obtain funds through RPs) was around 20 to 25 basis points below the federal funds rate. For reasons...

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  • Legislators/regulators should keep in mind that market making is a substantial part of the provision of financial products, like bonds (including governmental bonds), exchange traded funds, or investment certificates. Therefore, it seems reasonable from an economic perspective that these activities remain linked to the deposit taking activities. Due to their branch networks and other distribution channels, deposit taking banks are the main distributors of such financial instruments throughout the European Union.

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  • The Institutional System of Protection (ISP), established by Decree-law 6/2010 offers an effective instrument to bring together a group of credit entities in order to pool their risk management strategies and develop risk sharing strategies. In the special case of saving banks, this system is organised around a central entity in the form of a commercial bank which will pool their risk management strategies, risk sharing and will have full access to financial markets, including raising capital. Thus, the ISP increases the ability to access markets in order to obtain equity.

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  • Unlike credit transfers, direct debits are initiated by the payee, which thereby ensures that its claim on the payer is fulfilled on time. However, this presupposes that the payer preauthorises the payee to collect payment (collection authorisation) or, by agreement with the payee, authorises its bank to debit its account in accordance with direct debit requests issued by that particular payee (debit authorisation). Bank customers who have IT systems are expected to submit their direct debits for collection to the bank in electronic form only, ie on magnetic tape or diskette.

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  • Senator Long undoubtedly understood that once a provision is in the tax code, it is likely to remain. Indeed, the EITC remained in the tax code each subsequent year until it was made permanent in 1978. Legislation in 1978 also added a flat range to the EITC’s phase-in and phaseout ranges, as shown in figure 3.1. 5 An “advance payment” option was also added to the credit in 1978, so that workers would be able, if they desired, to receive the credit incrementally throughout the year. Spending on the safety net slowed in the late 1970s and shrank in the 1980s.

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