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  • Chapter 6 - Designing messages with words. The main contents of the chapter consist of the following: Can we talk? Talk about meaning, speaking of rules, what are you talking about? Must we talk? Using persuasion and building arguments.

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  • Chapter 6 - Designing messages with words. The main contents of the chapter consist of the following: Can we talk? Talk about meaning, speaking of rules, what are you talking about? Must we talk? Using persuasion and building arguments.

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  • This paper describes a wide-coverage statistical parser that uses Combinatory Categorial Grammar (CCG) to derive dependency structures. The parser differs from most existing wide-coverage treebank parsers in capturing the long-range dependencies inherent in constructions such as coordination, extraction, raising and control, as well as the standard local predicate-argument dependencies. A set of dependency structures used for training and testing the parser is obtained from a treebank of CCG normal-form derivations, which have been derived (semi-) automatically from the Penn Treebank. ...

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  • THERE is now but one great question dividing the American people, and that, to the great danger of the stability of our government, the concord and harmony of our citizens, and the perpetuation of our liberties, divides us by a geographical line.

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  • In order to build robust automatic abstracting systems, there is a need for better training resources than are currently available. In this paper, we introduce an annotation scheme for scientific articles which can be used to build such a resource in a consistent way. The seven categories of the scheme are based on rhetorical moves of argumentation. Our experimental results show that the scheme is stable, reproducible and intuitive to use.

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  • In great part, this book, and its treatment of the subject of brands and branding, was inspired by the leader article “Pro Logo” which appeared in The Economist on 8th September 2001. The date of publication may give some clue as to why the subject did not generate as much follow-up debate as it might have done. But there were, and are, other factors which have subdued the kind of support that the article advocated for brands. The title “Pro Logo” was a witty response to the title and arguments in Naomi Klein’s 1999 book No Logo.

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  • The goal of Security Risk Management is to teach you practical techniques that will be used on a daily basis, while also explaining the fundamentals so you understand the rationale behind these practices. Security professionals often fall into the trap of telling the business that they need to fix something, but they can’t explain why. This book will help you to break free from the so-called "best practices" argument by articulating risk exposures in business terms.

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  • Tài liệu Advanced Speaking: Part 1 presented the following basic content unit 1 introductions, a what to say - stating the purpore, unit 2 the informative presentation, unit3 the persuasive presentation, a what to say-building arguments, how to create interest emphasising and highlighting information, activities.

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  • This paper investigates the commonly held belief that government spending is normally financed through a combination of taxes and bond sales. The argument is a technical one and requires a detailed analysis of reserve accounting at the central bank. After carefully considering the complexities of reserve accounting, it is argued that the proceeds from taxation and bond sales are technically incapable of financing government spending and that modern governments actually finance all of their spending through the direct creation of high-powered money.

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  • Research objective Building arguments, scientific evidences about the quality assurance of public VTCs, on the basis that, assess properly the situation and propose training quality assurance solutions to maintain and improve each steps of the training quality in Southeast public VTCs.

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  • Curiosity is in his title.John Grotzinger, NASA’s Curiosity project manager, has a pretty cool job. He gets to direct the research efforts of NASA's Curiosity rover. He and his team have already demonstrated evidence of liquid water on ancient Mars, and they are now in hot pursuit of measurable methane[U1] on the planet. Even if Grotzinger’s team find methane—and convincingly confirm that finding—it still won’t be unequivocal evidence of microbial life. But it will be tantalizing enough that their next step will be to focus on tracking down the source.

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  • Reading for IELTS is divided into 12 units. Each unit focuses on a topic area that you are likely to meet in the IELTS exam. This helps you to build up a bank of vocabulary and ideas related to a variety of the topics. As in the IELTS test, the texts are taken from authentic sources. These may contain narratives, logical arguments, descriptions or discussions. Some of texts contain visuals.

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  • The third edition of this popular course builds on the success of the earlier editions and responds to suggestions from both students and teachers. Plagiarism has become a major concern in higher education, and a special feature of Academic Writing is a section on avoiding plagiarism. There are also units on the key skills of paraphrasing, summarising and referencing. The book includes sections on crucial areas such as argument, cause and effect, comparison, definitions and academic style.

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  • This module begins an in-depth discussion of the function. Functions are the building blocks of C++, and a firm understanding of them is fundamental to becoming a successful C++ programmer. Here, you will learn how to create a function. You will also learn about passing arguments, returning values, local and global variables, function prototypes, and recursion.

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  • Rhetorical strategies are tools. A carpenter uses a hammer to build a house. A painter uses a brush to paint a landscape. Speakers and writers use rhetorical strategies to develop arguments. For TOEFL, you need to learn the following eight rhetorical strategies: narration, process, description, illustration, compare-and-contrast, cause-and-effect, definition, classification.

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  • 214 Chapter 5: Building Websites Assuming that the amount of data is enough that it makes sense to keep it in a database, where should that database be? Without going into the data security aspects of that question, there are good arguments for keeping data with third-party services, and there are equally good arguments for maintaining a database on your own server. You should not keep customer credit card information unless you absolutely have to. It is a burden of trust. A credit card’s number and expiration date are all that is needed to make some types of purchases.

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  • Senator Edwards is not alone in observing a lack of accountability in America’s democracy. Indeed, both popular and academic media offer considerable support for this sentiment. The popular Cable News Network (CNN) criticized “government, big business, and special interest groups” for enriching themselves at the expense of the common electorate and characterized elected offices as “accountability free zones” while arguing that “our government no longer works for us.”2 Important scholars like John Matsusaka have added weight to this type of argument.

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  • OK, so now you know everything about the language. But can you actually build something in it? You’ll hear that argument from some who’ve never taken (or passed) the programmer’s exam. Obviously, they don’t understand how darn difficult the programmer’s exam actually is, but nonetheless there is something to the claim that, “just because you know how the compiler and VM work does not mean you can develop software.” The Developer exam, which is unique in the IT exam world, lets you answer that question (most often posed by a prospective employer)....

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  • Basic Asymptotic Theory This chapter summarizes some definitions and limit theorems that are important for studying large-sample theory. Most claims are stated without proof, as several require tedious epsilon-delta arguments. We do prove some results that build on fundamental definitions and theorems. A good, general reference for background in asymptotic analysis is White (1984). In Chapter 12 we introduce further asymptotic methods that are required for studying nonlinear models. 3.

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  • (BQ) Tài liệu Daylighting Natural Light in Architecture offers a general theory and introduction to the use of natural light in architecture.Phillips makes a rational argument for considering daylight first, outlining the arguments in favour of a daylight approach, and goes on to show, through a series of beautifully illustrated case studies, how architects have created buildings in which natural light has been shown to play a major strategic role in the development of the design of a building.

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