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Putting it to Good Use: The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and Women’s Right to Reproductive HealthPutting it to Good Use: The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and Women’s Right to Reproductive Health
Citation: Bogecho, D, ‘Putting it to Good Use: The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and Women’s Right to Reproductive Health’, 2004
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How to specify focus without using acoustic features Monique E. van Donzel AbstractHow to specify focus without using acoustic features Monique E. van Donzel Abstract
We further present a method that should be able to indicate the internal focal structure of a text, both in a read aloud version and in a freely retold version. This method is illustrated by an example text analysis
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China’s capital market and corporate governance: the promotion of the external governance mechanismChina’s capital market and corporate governance: the promotion of the external governance mechanism
Ollapse of large corporations and the consequentially profound social and economic impact have caused great concern in the community, particularly when corporate failure has resulted from mismanagement
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The William and Mary Quarterly is currently published by Omohundro Institute of Early American History and
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Alliteration DefinitionAlliteration Definition
Whether it is the consonant sound or a specific vowel group, involves creating a repetition of similar sounds in the sentence. Also created when the words all begin with the same letter
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Assessing blood culture contaminationAssessing blood culture contamination
Dr. John Ritz in seps 636, Problems in Occupational and Technical Studies. It was submitted to the Graduate Program Director as partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Occupational and Technical
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Terebess Asia Online (tao)Terebess Asia Online (tao)
But this second child is the bright one. I think a lot of people will argue with some of the ideas in Lila. There may be controversy
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Sa-q, is the "dressed-to-kill" iteration, using many available after-market components. I simply wish to illustrate the vast difference in results between the two builds, and include historical anecdotes provided by the pilot himself, Dr
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Apodicticity: the problem of absolute certainty in transpersonal ethnology byApodicticity: the problem of absolute certainty in transpersonal ethnology by
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Inoculations: the true weapons of mass destructionInoculations: the true weapons of mass destruction
Earth for generations to follow, awakening even those people who had no desire to be awakened to the truth.”
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Revolutionary and Evolutionary Change in Emergency Management: Assessing Paradigm Shifts, Barriers, and Recommendations for the Profession David A. McEntire, Ph. D. Department of Public Administration University of North Texas AbstractRevolutionary and Evolutionary Change in Emergency Management: Assessing Paradigm Shifts, Barriers, and Recommendations for the Profession David A. McEntire, Ph. D. Department of Public Administration University of North Texas Abstract
Therefore, preparedness and response operations can never be eliminated as may be unintentionally implied by certain proposals in the academic literature
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He saw the disability and lowered his expectations about the man’s ability to work. His personal bias or perceptions were colored by the myth that people with disabilities can’t work; that they are unable to provide for themselves or contribute to
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Transpersonal anthropology: what is it, and what are the problems we face in doing it? byTranspersonal anthropology: what is it, and what are the problems we face in doing it? by
The project of science was the explanation of facts, and facts were almost palpable things that fairly crunched when you stepped on them, and that were discovered by objective, public and easily replicable methods
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Transpersonal anthropology, then and now byTranspersonal anthropology, then and now by
When we take the whole range of human cultures into account, there seems to be a welter of such experiences
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