Joseph and Pamela 's parents , Gaffer and Gammer Andrews are rather curious . They are hardly common Christian names and has actually been selected to emphasise on the humble roots of the `hero ' and the `virtuous ' Pamela whose great-grandfather was an `excellent cudgel-player ' and whose ancestry cannot be traced before that in spite of `great diligence ' on the part of the author . In fact , the two names Gaffer and Gammer are not what can be properly called names at all . Gaffer...
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These two developments--the creation of warriors as an exclusive and privileged class and the lack of any productive labour for these warriors to do led to a redefinition of the samurais and their purpose , their character , and their ethical standards . Yamaga gave samurais the role of political and intellectual leaders . He hoped that ``The samurai would serve as a model of cultural , moral , and intellectual development in particular , the samurai would exemplify a devotion to duties (giri ) and unswerving loyalty...
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Washington Post that looks for non-partisan economic plans . ``[Obama 's economic advisor] sends a signal that his economic policies will be consensual , mainstream , bridge-building -- all the qualities appropriate for a president who wants to break down partisan divisions (Ignatius A23 . Partisanship as seen above was rampant throughout the US and foreign press . Regardless of the issues , or the side...
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They can spend most of their working hours with their customers . This not only releases the company from the load of sales and marketing offices , but also provides efficiency in work resulting in increase of sales . The support and customer service staff can also be completely virtualized as they can provide their support and customer services through their home offices...
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They claimed that 70 years of dictatorship and endless greed has led to the majority of the Mexicans to starve . They accused the sitting government of being headed by traitors who have managed to sell out the nation . They also stated that their act of rebellion was constitutional , citing article 39 of the Mexican constitution . They wanted change . The insurgents...
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We can forgive the Easter Island and say that they did not know but we have the information and should avert a similar catastrophe befalling us especially in the twenty first century . Even if we don 't get extinct future generations will judge us harshly for having been eccentric in dealing with the environment . I can only recommend that making...
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The foundation for avoiding this , and many other problems can be laid at home by developing a close association between parents and children . Concerted efforts should also be made in to promote close relations between siblings . The emotional and mental challenges faced by teenagers should also be kept in mind and the parents should try to be a part of...
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Agarwal 100 . This stable economy in addition to the political stability have led to an increased inflow of foreign investors into various sectors of its economy making it a home for large multinational companies hailing from all over the world (Mucchielli 474 . Most of the foreign investors are from the U . S , Europe , Germany among others . In addition , many international...
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Google Maps , 2007 as shown in Koening , 2007 ) Historically , Oso Bay was used as a dumping site for large quantities of oilfield brine for almost forty years starting from 1939 . This practice dramatically increased the salinity of the bay and led to high amounts of erosion and sedimentation (Hildebrand and King , 1979 . It was stopped in 1973 when increased knowledge...
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The Big Four , which wanted to control California railroading , purchased the Southern Pacific Railroad . As aforementioned , railroad companies were embedded in competition and domination . That was a problem that the companies had to deal with . Rate wars went crazy at the time , with customers looking for bargains and railroad companies seeking profits (Divine , Breen , Fredrickson , and Williams , 1991 , p . 534...
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However , because some form of regulation is inevitable , inaction would be unwise , as it would be of strategic interest to not only to anticipate policy , but identify which policy is most likely to emerge in to optimally determine the best course of action . In-house strategic decisions would be inevitable , especially since some form of regulation (miniscule or drastic ) would be...
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What then is the way out of this ? He pointed out that the major problem is the modern technology which are grossly incompatible with the ecosphere , among others including population growth , technology misuse etc . Therefore , the way out would be to adopt already existing technologies that are more environmentally-friendly . This is obviously not an advice now to embrace new technology...
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Local populations of the whale have lost their habitats as a result of human activities . Killer Whales are widely distributed in the world 's oceans and major seas , and can be found in areas that are away from the coast (about 800 km . Killer whales form groups which make up a community . Both the resident populations and transient populations exist...
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Universities are now taking part in educating students about global warming . Global warming issues are now being incorporated in class lectures with the prospect of preparing children to deal with the worsening crisis . Some professors even noted that the issue has already been integrated in their course syllabus . There are even schools that made learning about climate change an interactive...
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Bureau , Caohai Nature Reserve , the International Crane Foundation , and the Trickle Up Program , were developed in response to violent confrontations between local people and nature reserve managers when managers attempted to enforce reserve regulations . Although the programs at Caohai have met with both failures and successes , these programs have been successful in transforming what was once a violent relationship between...
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Orang utan enough space that they require for development and survival . The ever-increasing agricultural demands to satisfy the world 's market have encouraged Orangutan 's habitat destruction and fragmentation . This has been done and still continues in for the people to acquire a wider area for agricultural production . For instance , the growing world 's demand for the palm oil has...
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Last but not the least , there is another factor which delimits the viability of the ``capture-mark-recapture ' method : the method assumes that the population is either open or closed , meaning there may or may not be deaths and immigration in the population of the organisms which can influence the actual size of the population . Thus , before determining the specific details of...
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Too mush rain and storms in fresh wetlands increase the water level and in turn more fish and water organisms thrive well . More plants like mangrove also thrive well (Walossek , D . 1993 . Drought on the other hand reduces the water level (Layne , V 2008 . This is a limiting factor to the life in fresh wetland environment . Temporary vernal ecology is...
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