On the use of parallel texts in the comparison of languagesOn the use of parallel texts in the comparison of languages
This paper provides a critical presentation of what has recently come to be called "corpus-based contrastive studies", or, more specifically, the study of parallel corpora
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Young Children’s Knowledge-Building and Literacy Development through Knowledge ForumYoung Children’s Knowledge-Building and Literacy Development through Knowledge Forum
Address correspondence to: Janette Pelletier, PhD, Institute of Child Study, oise/UT, 45 Walmer Road, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5R 2X2
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UtilitarianismUtilitarianism
Since it is a consequentialist position, you might find it profitable to look at the evidence sections on Absolutism and Consequentialism
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Symbiosis of Mathematician and Math Educator in Teaching Math TeachingSymbiosis of Mathematician and Math Educator in Teaching Math Teaching
Mathematical Sciences published in 2001 a landmark study with recommendations for the undergraduate mathematical education of teachers
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Irish Potato Famine (1845-1849)Irish Potato Famine (1845-1849)
The Famine continued until 1851, and in the five years from 1846, over a million deaths and some two million refugees are attributed to the Great Hunger
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Constitutional DemocracyConstitutional Democracy
Thirty-nine delegates approved the Constitution on September 17, 1787. The final product of the convention is a short document that lays the foundation for a new government
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Government Ch. 10 Practice test multiple ChoiceGovernment Ch. 10 Practice test multiple Choice
In which house of Congress does each state have the same number of votes, no matter how large or small its population?
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Regional Identity in Colonial AmericaRegional Identity in Colonial America
Name Date Period
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Lower Secondary – Democratic Struggles Focus question 2: How did democracy develop in Britain?Lower Secondary – Democratic Struggles Focus question 2: How did democracy develop in Britain?
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Emergency Management in Canada: Near Misses and Moving TargetsEmergency Management in Canada: Near Misses and Moving Targets
Canada has, like so many other aspects of the culture, been caught in the wake of the events and developments in the United States
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Department of health and human services food and drug administration center for devices and radiological healthDepartment of health and human services food and drug administration center for devices and radiological health
The Panel met at 9: 00 a m in Salons c and d of the Gaithersburg Hilton, 620 Perry Parkway, Gaithersburg, Maryland, Dr. Martin H. Kroll, Chairperson, presiding
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The Centre for Spatial EconomicsThe Centre for Spatial Economics
The multiplier is sufficiently large that growth or contractions in the industry can be readily observed in statistics on the Canadian economy. While the industry is now largely concentrated in Ontario, its impact can, nevertheless
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The Path of International LawThe Path of International Law
For student editors, serving on a new international law journal is not just an intellectual experience; it is an empowering one. The more one looks into custom and treaty and the other sources of international law
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First GenerationFirst Generation
Mathias lehrer. Born in 1714 in Germany. Mathias died in Rockingham, Virginia in 1787; he was 73
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Philosophy 1100 Honors Introduction to EthicsPhilosophy 1100 Honors Introduction to Ethics
Pythagoras (569?-500? B. C.), Zeno (495-435 B. C.), Eudoxus (408-355 B. C.), Euclid (330?-275? B. C.), and Archimedes (287-212 B. C.), and when democracy also originated
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