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  1. Increasingly Dependent On Computers
    becoming increasingly dependent on computers. They are used in business, hospitals, crime detection and even to fly planes. What things will they be used for in the...
  2. Criminal Activities In The World Are Rapidly Increasing
    Criminal activities in the world are rapidly increasing. Each country has law of its own which works towards minimizing the criminal actions by sentencing the...
  3. We Are Becoming Increasingly Dependent On Computers. They Are Used In Businesses, Hospitals, Crime Detection And...
    science. However, it is also alarming as to whether we are becoming increasingly dependent on computers or not. As far as I am concerned, I believe that computers...
  4. Light Electric Motor To Increase Efficiency Of Electric Vehicles
    Light Electric Motor To Increase Efficiency Of Electric Vehicles ScienceDaily (Sep. 16, 2009)  A new Oxford University spin-out company, Oxford Yasa Motors, has...
  5. Increasing Capacity For Electric Vehicles At Ford Motor Company
    Increasing Capacity for Electric Vehicles at Ford Motor Company TABLE OF CONTENTS History 3-4 Current...
  6. Computer Education
    integral part of modern education in the present era. The evolving world is becoming increasingly dependent on computers these days, with common tasks like banking...
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  7. World Geography
    heat and cool their homes. This use of fuel causes pollution. The world's increased dependence on fuel is reducing the earth's supply of nonrenewable resources. Use...
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  8. World Population
    and enter the workforce, there is a sudden influx of economically active rather than dependent people which may help a country develop. Total fertility rate...
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  9. Globalization And The Worlds Poor
    international cooperation. Globalization leads to the downfall of the worlds poor by increasing the opportunity for selfish interests to be pursued at the expense...
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  10. History Of The World Cup
    soccer to new level b. Responsible for birth of World Cup 1.) Increased involvement World Stage 2.) Africa and Asia So, we now know what...
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  11. Brave New World, Blade Runner And Frankensteine
    to display characteristics of uncivilised nature. Simultaneously, the contemporary world has become increasingly innovative creating highly sophisticated machines...
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  12. En-Fission-Ing a Better World: Why We Should Convert Our Electricity Source To Nuclear Power
    water used in the plant can be re-used, making it also partially self sustainable. Fiscally, you are probably worried about the high cost of running a power plant...
  13. Relevance Of Gandhian Principles In Today's World
    to Panchayat Raj system, decay in the values in public servants, our increasing dependence on foreign capital, our growing inclination towards consumerism, slow...
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  14. The Worlds Population Is Increasing
    also been in the rich north. Introduction: As the world continues to develop, populations continue to increase as well. However, the populations of each country...
  15. Strategic Human Resource Management In World Airline Industry
    orientated (HR) strategies, and cost control. The competitiveness in world airlines is increasingly dependent on size, market share and geographical coverage. As...
  16. Indian Securities Market
    Receipts Fixed Deposits Foreign Exchange Management Act International World Federation of Stock Exchanges Foreign Institutional Investment Foreign Institutional...
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  17. Globalisation
    when Jewish and Muslim traders and explorers established a sustained economy across the Old World resulting in a globalization of crops, trade, knowledge and...
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  18. Johanesburg Summit
    improved quality of life in the world without increasing the use of our natural resources beyond the capacity of the earth. While sustainable development may require...
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  19. Kant
    Greek Spirit. ........................ 294 Part III: The Roman World ................................................ 296 Section I: Rome to the Time of the Second...
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  20. Subtle Attempts Not Enough To Relieve Environmental Stress
    concerns, and whereas Rachel Carlsons 1962 book Silent Spring tooth- picked the worlds eyes wide- open to environmental issues; ethics, and its relative correlation...
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  21. Lafrage Cement Project
    programme. More details could continuously move towards cost reduction, increased reliability and risk mitigation, transparency of supplier costs and quality, and...
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  22. Explore The Role Of Digital Media, Particularly The World Wide Web, In The Formation Of Online Communities And...
    new forms of social and cultural identities in virtual space. The world has become increasingly dependant on new forms of technologies and communication mechanisms...
  23. The Origin Of Mass Production
    farming techniques as opposed to merely sustaining their daily needs (Deane 215). Their increasing dependency on chemical fertilizers, tractors and draining...
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  24. United State History
    croptypically wheat. Reliance on a single crop made their incomes dependent on fluctuating world markets and thus precarious. The railroads became very powerful...
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  25. Gender Discrimination
    Yet, they have to travel a long distance before they get equal rights or increase their share in different professions or in political power. What holds the women...
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  26. We Are Becoming Increasingly Dependent On Computer Technology. It Is Used In Business, Crime Detection And Even...
    into the twenty-first century, it is clear to see that we have become more and more dependent on computers and information technology. This technology now reaches...
  27. Education
    habits and guess which texts they will want for years to come and which they will not miss. It depends on the course, said Victoria Adesoba, a pre-med student at...
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  28. Blue Ocean Strategy
    This, too, is a major change in the human condition. To succeed in this new world, we will have to learn, first, who we are. Few people, even highly successful...
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  29. The Impact Of The Economic Crisis On South Africa And Its Effects On Potential Development
    Like other developing countries which are strongly integrated into the world economy and significantly dependent on its good health, South Africa has been affected...
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  30. Cultivating Communities Of Practice
    65 viii Contents ve The Mature Stages of Development Growing and Sustaining Communities of Practice 93 six The Challenge of Distributed Communities...
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