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  1. Uses And Abuses Of Science
    electricity, rotary and railways are all the works of science. So at present the uses of science are many and varied. Abuses of science: Modern man has begun...
  2. Uses And Abuses Of Science
    In the past man has many times misused the knowledge of science. In big industries machines are used to increase production. But industrialization has given rise...
  3. Use And Abuse Of Science
    protective layer for the molten iron in the blast fumes c) Copper is not used to prepare Hydrogen in the laboratory d) Ore of copper is not concentrated by hydraulic...
  4. Uses And Abuses Of Science
    RESPONSIBLITIES OF A CITIZEN: A.They should try to lead their lives in accordance with the teaching of Islam, which is the basis of the country. This requires...
  5. Science- Its Uses And Abuse
    Science- Its Uses and Abuse Science is very useful yo us. Its discoveries and inventions make our life comfortable in many ways. They have given us better...
  6. Uses And Abuses Of Censorship
    uses and abuses of censorship in developed and developing countries have been under discussion for quite a long time. Although societies claim for freedom of thought...
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  7. Leisure- Uses And Abuses
    leisure is a free time of a person to use as he wishes, it can be used is a right way or wrong way. It could be used or abused depending upon the way it is utilized...
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  8. Host Communication Competence And Mass Media Use
    participants at a university in Ontario were involved in this study. Data obtained from media use logs, think-aloud protocols, and follow-up interviews provided a...
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  9. What Is Science? Philosophy Of Science
    : Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1946. 2. HAYEK, F. A., The Counter-Revolutiono f Science: studies on the abuse of reason, Glencoe, Illinois: The Free Press, 1952. 3. MILL...
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  10. How Could a Scientist Defend The View That Science Has Failed Mankind In View Of The Large Number Of Problems Created?
    than dreamt of in heaven and on earth." The scientist would say that the most diabolical use of science has been in the cause of promoting the baser human instincts...
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  11. An Overview Of Child Physical Abuse
    K. Runyon, Esther Deblinger, Erika E. Ryan and Reena Thakkar-Kolar Trauma Violence Abuse 2004 5: 65 DOI: 10.1177/1524838003259323 The online version of this article...
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  12. Secondary School Students And Substance Abuse
    medical prescription. Butswat (1992) on the other hand defines substance abuse as the use of acceptable drugs to the extent that physical, psychological or social...
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  13. Science
    known formally as the scientific method. By contrast, the word "science" in English was still used in the 17th century (1600s) to refer to the Aristotelian concept...
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  14. Effects Of Drugs Abuse
    thing what we want and do not care any members in our families. Finally, when we use drug abuse, we cannot control our emotion. We always feel nervous and moody...
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  15. Science
    knowledge gained through such research.[2][3] This article focuses on the more restricted use of the word. Science as discussed in this article is sometimes called...
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  16. Use And Abuse Of Computers
    USE AND ABUSE OF COMPUTER Computer is one of the greatest gift of science to the mankind. It has brought a great change in our life. Now we can do calculations with...
  17. The Use And Abuse Of Sociobiology
    use and abuse of sociobiology: an anthropological critique of sociobiology Marshall Sahlins Marshall Sahlins wrote this short book in 1976 in response to E O Wilson...
  18. Science In The Service Of Modern Housewife
    are- creams, lotions and powders. These products are not only cheap but also easy to use. Science has given them many therapies and surgery. Some women think that...
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  19. Technology
    groups and even by country, for the immediate self-interest, unbridled abuse of science and technology, thus resulting in the so-called negative effects. Mainly in...
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  20. Alcohol: Most Used And Abused Drug
    drinker. If the children grow up seeing heavy alcohol use and abuse they are more likely to use alcohol in that way. Also, if the children are exposed to large...
  21. Book Summary Of The Use And Abuse Of Biology
    people, which is not derived from biology or for that matter any other of the natural sciences. In the text, The Use And Abuse of Biology, Sahlins reveals his true...
  22. Public Speaking
    persons the range is as high as one octave. --WILLIAM SCHEPPEGRELL, Popular Science Monthly. By pitch, as everyone knows, we mean the relative position of a vocal...
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  23. Materialism
    if we start to retrospect ourselves. I believe an object can either be used or abused, and it for us for our generation to decide. And, if we are able to make...
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  24. Not Yet
    occur largely in national contexts, and it is here that opportunities arise to use their presence to renationalize the nation. The concept of renationalization draws...
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  25. Weed
    and they base that argument on the cost that alcohol and tobacco use and abuse have had on society. That seems to be a valid concern, but there are a few problems...
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  26. Media Studies
    the human child (equipped with a heart and sentiment). The movie used science to condemn it. Recently, the art-science interface has extended the challenge, moving...
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  27. The Use And Abuse Of History
    The Use and Abuse of History By Friedrich Nietzsche Forward "Incidentally, I despise everything which merely instructs me without...
  28. Machines
    of man. It is up to man to choose his place of living. Uses and Abuses of Machines (Science) ?Machines are worshipped because they are beautiful, and valued...
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  29. Change And The World Changes For You
    and a fungus. The alga produces sugar or alcohols by photosynthesis. The fungus can use these as a food source. The fungus surrounds and protects the alga and thus...
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  30. Women In Islamabad
    Women in Islam & Refutation of some Common Misconceptions By: Abdul-Rahman Al-Sheha Translated by: Abu Salman Deya ud-Deen Eberle Edited by: Abu Ayoub...
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