The told Skyler that I loved him because

The stars starts to fall as if it was raining lights. They were in colors of blue, red, pink, and many more. They were all vibrant colors. My eyes looked around searching for someone, anyone, anything. I wanted to share this moment with people. It was beautiful, utterly beautiful. My brown locks bounced around my cheek as I jogged around the park searching for anybody. I froze as I saw my crush, Skyler. He was with another person, but who? I ducked away to the near by trees. I couldn't hear what they were saying, but I knew who he was with, my sister. My heart dropped to my stomach my knees starts to get weak. "No," I whispered to myself. I'm 16, a boy. My name is Elliott and I'm gay.…
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Prevalence is most used route and is the

      Prevalence of musculoskeletal pain are conditions increases with age and affected with lifestyles such as obesity and causes a long-term pain (Woolf., 2003). Musculoskeletal symptoms in children, adults are major cause of chronic, acute and affects their psychosocial status.  The potential causes of musculoskeletal pain are osteoarthritis, hypermobility syndromes and malignancy, stress and pain (Bonde., 2005).  Also causes back pain which include arthritis which erodes the joints (Gale encyclopaedia of nursing., 2013). Pathophysiology of musculoskeletal pain causes include overuse, prolonged immobilization and trauma to an area (WebMD.,). Musculoskeletal pain is treated using NSAID drugs such as Aceclofenac for pain and inflammation in rheumatoid and Celecoxib for osteoarthritis (BNF., 2013). The pain can be treated by different route of administration such as oral, topical, rectal. By oral route…
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When example traditionally IBM, only used B2B medium

When it comes to demand generation, grabbing your customers attention is one of the important aspect but maintaining that attention is utmost necessary and a vital job. You might be providing good quality services to your customers but the result generated is low. Ever wondered, why so? Maybe because you might be targeting the wrong audiences. Not to worry! You may be disappointed if you fail, because With different Geodemographic segmentations and diversifications it has become difficult to understand the needs of the consumers. Sometimes our efforts fail not because there is a fault in our product, but we can fail to provide a right product to our customers may be because of using wrong marketing or business strategies. For example traditionally IBM, only used B2B medium to get customers…
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Dubai’s factors that lead Dubai into the debt

Dubai's 2009 Financial Debt Crisis Introduction In 2007 a global financial crisis emerged around the world and was known as the worst financial crisis since the great depression in the 1930s. The crisis affected many economies around the world and Dubai was no exception to those negative effects, in fact in 2009 Dubai's 6-year boom bubble completely burst which resulted in them going into debt for billions of dollars. The government and the ruling family wanted Dubai to be the biggest and the best at the time, which lead to many reckless investments and borrowings of billions of dollars resulting to the debt crisis that almost ended Dubai. This essay will discuss the factors that lead Dubai into the debt crisis in 2009 and the consequences that can still be…
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Biohopanoids et al., 1984; Saenz et al., 2012b;

Biohopanoids are the lipid molecules found in many of the prokaryotic cell membrane, which are buried in the phospholipid bilayer. Hopanoids are similar to sterol molecules found in eukaryotic cells, which play a crucial role in rigidifying and maintaining the integrity of cell membrane (Talbot and Farrimond, 2007). Hopanoids are reported in some of Gram-stain-positive and Gram-stain-negative bacteria, cyanobacteria, purple non-sulfur bacteria, acetic acid bacteria, nitrogen fixing bacteria, methylotrophsmethanotrophs, sulphate reducing bacteria (SRB; Blumenberg et al., 2012; Blumenberg et al., 2006; Cvejic et al., 2000; Doughty et al., 2009; Hartner et al., 2005; Kannenberg et al., 1995; Ourisson et al., 1979; Ourisson et al., 1987; Rohmer et al., 1984; Saenz et al., 2012b; Talbot et al., 2008). 1.1.2 Geohopanoids Geohopanoids are the derivatives of biohopanoids which are formed by the…
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All few, as the nation had to a

All through the 2000s, Somali nearby tribes were under assault by a joint African operation with an end goal to rescue what is left from the nation and set up and powerful government. The Transnational Federal Government (TFG) was introduced in 2004 and gone for modifying the organizations and recovers the trust of the neighborhood populace by sorting out races.   The endeavors utilized by the worldwide group, including the EU, USA, African Union and the United Nations, are top-down, the same as in Afghanistan and Democratic Republic of Congo. This was gotten with a measurements of suspicion by a few, as the nation had to a great degree solid and efficient nearby clans. Rather than top-down approach, a base up approach may have yielded more outcomes.   The peace…
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As interviews have long been dominated by assessment

As new age organizations gear up to conquer fresh challenges thrown in the ever changing business arena, it's imperative to invest continually on the overall development of the human capital of the organizations. To drive high performance culture it's important to have an objective and scientific assessment of the need first.   With the latest interviewing and assessment techniques we have come a long way in identification of the right talent, however, when it comes to behaviour its more intangible, difficult to assess and largely based on 'gut feel'. The HR round of interviews have long been dominated by assessment of body language, personality, background, responses to behavioural event questions etc. Observations during the interview process have been used as a predictor of behaviour.   With the mounting competition, the business implication…
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IV. study have indicated that the untreated pomegranate

IV. RESULTS The present research work entitled "Standardization of pre and postharvest treatments to increase shelf life and postharvest quality in pomegranate (Punica granatum L.)" was carried out in the Department Postharvest Technology, College of Horticulture, Bengaluru during the period 2015 to 2017. The effects of different pre and post-harvest treatments on various physical, physiological and biochemical parameters have been studied and explained here as follows: 4.1 Effect of pre-harvest treatments on postharvest quality of pomegranate 4.1.1. Total Soluble Solids (TSS) The results of this study have indicated that the untreated pomegranate fruits presented a rapid increase significantly in the TSS from the beginning of the storage period at ambient conditions as compared to the treated fruits (Table 4.1.1). During storage the maximum TSS was recorded at the end of…
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Application indices; Machine capability. Introduction A process in

Application of Process Capability Indices to Measure Performance of Manufacturing Process   Kwek Yan Ping Faculty Applied Science and Technology, University Tun Hussien Onn Malaysia, Malaysia   [email protected] Abstract The process capability indices (PCIs) are used to evaluate and monitor the process of manufacturing industry. The PCIs that used in the manufacturing industry are , ,  and . The machine capability is calculated by  and  which is in short period. The PCIs are important in manufacturing industry. Keywords. Process capability indices; Machine capability. Introduction A process in the manufacturing industry is very unique because the process needs the linkage of manpower, raw materials, machines, and methods. The linkage are the variation of the process that are hard to control. In order to improve the quality level of products, the capability…
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Philip working at Wellington public library, he was

Philip Arthur Larkin (1922-1985) was an English prominent postwar poet, novelist and librarian. He is considered as one of the major English poets of the 1950s, if not the greatest one. He was born on August 9, 1922 in Coventry, England. He graduated from king Henry VIII Grammar School, then Saint John's College, Oxford. During his lifetime, he worked in a couple of libraries as a librarian. During the years of working at Wellington public library, he was also studying to get a professional librarian's qualifications, while he also continued writing and publishing. At the age of 23 he published his first collection of books ''The North Ship''. Later on he wrote 2 novels ''Jill'' and ''A Girl in Winter'' and decided to focus on poetry and at the age…
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