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For any business, the cost of transportation is normally the largest single Item in the overall cost of physical distribution. It doesn’t necessarily Follow, though, that a manufacturer should simply pick the cheapest Available form of transportation. Many companies today use the total Physical distribution concept, an approach that involves maximizing the 10 efficiency of… Read Article →

Walk into a street market anywhere from Manila to Manchester, and someone will be selling T-shirts branded with the distinctive CK logo of Calvin Klein, the New York fashion designer. If the price is very low, the T-shirts are probably fakes. Calvin Klein, like most other internationally-known fashion designers, has, for a long time, had… Read Article →

William Golding Lord of the Flies Chapter One. The Sound of the Shell The boy with fair hair lowered himself down the last few feet of rock and began to pick his way toward the lagoon. Though he had taken off his school sweater and trailed it now from one hand, his grey shirt stuck… Read Article →

The Return of the King J. R. R. Tolkien Book V Chapter 1 MINAS TIRITH Pippin looked out from the shelter of Gandalf’s cloak. He wondered if he was awake or still sleeping, still in the swift-moving dream in which he had been wrapped so long since the great ride began. The dark world was… Read Article →

Getting Started with SharePoint 2010 Development What You’ll Learn in This Chapter: ➤➤ Getting to know the core developer pillars in SharePoint 2010 (including tools, platform services, and deployment options) ➤➤ Becoming familiar with the primary tools to develop and deploy SharePoint solutions ➤➤ Performing a number of installation, configuration, and simple development Tasks ➤➤… Read Article →

Alice: Hello, I’m Alice. Yvonne: And I’m Yvonne. Alice: And this is 6 Minute English! And in today’s programme we’re talking about farming in Africa. Yvonne: The study of farming is called agriculture. Alice: This is a new look at agriculture in Africa – how one expert – a Harvard Professor thinks Africa could change… Read Article →

12. The Evidence of the German Lady’s-Maid M. Bouc was looking at his friend curiously. “I do not quite understand you, mon vieux. You were trying to do-what?” “I was searching for a flaw, my friend.” “A flaw?” “Yes-in the armour of a young lady’s self-possession. I wished to shake hersang-froid. Did I succeed? I… Read Article →

Yukos vice-president walks free from court By Evgeniya Chaykovskaya, Tom Washington at 25/06/2010 17:36 The saga of Russia’s most controversial oil firm continues in Moscow. Former Yukos vice-president Vasily Alexanyan walked free from court after the collapse of money laundering charges against him – but that doesn’t mean the political tide is shifting in the… Read Article →

It’s no secret that employees are spending more and more time online for personal reasons while they’re in the office. Black Box Network Services – an enterprise communications and infrastructure company – estimates that companies could lose as much as $3.8 billion a month from the lack of productivity. Of course, experts say that letting… Read Article →

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Anastasiya Goers of Balance In Me. What is the most difficult part about simplifying your life? It is fairly easy to clean your closets and organize your belongings. It is possible to eliminate activities that are not really important to us (watching TV, web surfing.) Even simplifying… Read Article →

GLOSSARY Sick as a dog – very sick; very ill; with many physical symptoms of not being Healthy or well * After eating an entire bag of cookies, Hank felt sick as a dog. It serves you right – a phrase used when one feels another person deserves The negative consequences of his or her… Read Article →

The term market, as used by economists, is an extension of the ancient idea of a market as a place where people gather to buy and sell goods. In former days part of a town was kept as the market or marketplace, and people would travel many kilometres on special market-days in order to buy… Read Article →

Alice: Hello! I’m Alice and this is 6 Minute English. I’m joined today by Abdu. Hi Abdu. Abdu: Hi Alice. Alice: Today we’re talking about self-improvement – and in particular selfhelp Books. Do you think you can improve yourself by reading a book Abdu? Abdu: I can try! There are hundreds of these books for… Read Article →

Gossip Girl Because I’m Worth It Bbonds with j over breast size “Just a few fries and some ketchup, please,” Jenny Humphrey told Irene, the one-hundred-year-old Bearded lunch lady behind the counter in the basement cafeteria of the Constance Billard School for Girls. “Just afew,” Jenny repeated. Today was the first day of peer group,… Read Article →

Oh, gosh. Hello? Hello? Mr. Donovan? Mr. Donovan? What, what are you doing here? You shouldn’t be here. What are you, what are you doing?! Oh! No! Oh! Oh! Help! Help! Oh! Help! Help! Help! Help! Help! What are you doing? Help! Somebody help me! Help me! Help me! Somebody help me! Help me! MONK… Read Article →

The Innocent and the Guilty Imagine, if you can, that you have been arrested for something like shoplifting, or for dangerous driving, or for getting drunk and causing “a disturbance of the peace”. You are in a Magistrates Court now. You, “the accused”, are in a kind of large, open box. The sides come up… Read Article →

Pre-medicine is not a major; it is a program of study which prepares a student to apply to medical school. Although some medical schools require only three years of undergraduate work, the majority prefer that the entering student have a bachelor’s degree. The University of North Dakota (UND) Medical School (and most others) does not… Read Article →

Galaxies are sprawling space systems composed of dust, gas, and countless stars. The number of galaxies cannot be counted – the observable universe alone may contain 100 billion. Some of these distant systems are similar to our own Milky Way galaxy, while others are quite different. Galaxies with less than a billion stars are considered… Read Article →

Data-Oriented Design (Or Why You Might Be Shooting Yourself in The Foot With OOP) Picture this: Toward the end of the development cycle, your game crawls, but you don’t see any obvious hotspots in the profiler. The culprit? Random memory access patterns and constant cache misses. In an attempt to improve performance, you try to… Read Article →

A lot more endangered species – fish, reptiles, insects, birds, mammals – may disappear before you have children. The reason `is that man kills animals and destroys their habitats. It is not just animals that are in danger. So are plants. The world had over nine million sq. km. of forests. This is a lot… Read Article →

CHAPTER XIV For several subsequent days I saw little of Mr. Rochester. In the mornings he seemed much engaged with business, and, in the afternoon, gentlemen from Millcote or the neighbourhood called, and sometimes stayed to dine with him. When his sprain was well enough to admit of horse exercise, he rode out a good… Read Article →

Becoming A Successful Forex Trader One Trade at a Time I’m not sure who coined the phrase “Rome wasn’t built in a day”, but it is very applicable to professional Forex trading. I find that many of my students exhibit urgency in regards to making money in the markets. Rather than focusing their mental energy… Read Article →

MELISANDRE It was never truly dark in Melisandre’s chambers. Three tallow candles burned upon her windowsill to keep the terrors of the night at bay. Four more flickered beside her bed, two to either side. In the hearth a fire was kept burning day and night. The first lesson those who would serve her had… Read Article →

Mac OS is the flagship series of GUI (Graphical User Interface) based operating systems designed for Apple’s Macintosh computer. The first version was very integral to the original Macintosh in 1984, yet unnamed and simply referred to as system software. According to CEO Steve Jobs, Apple purposely downplayed the existence of their operating system to… Read Article →

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has admitted his injury problem this year left him at the lowest ebb of his career. Gerrard made his first start in seven months with a goalscoring return during Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Manchester United having undergone surgery on his troublesome groin in March. The 31-year-old had initially been expected to… Read Article →

THE CHASER Alan Austen, as nervous as a kitten, went up certain dark and creaky stairs in the neighborhood of Pell Street, and peered about for a long time on the dim landing before he found the name he wanted written obscurely on one of the doors. He pushed open this door, as he had… Read Article →

Why You Must Kick the Sourcing Habit By Lou Adler Apr 29, 2011, 5:22 am ET As many of you know – I announced it at the ERE Expo in San Diego – I’ve decided to bring recruiting back to recruiting. This is my new old mission. Somehow this has been lost in the past… Read Article →

ROMEO AND JULIET By William Shakespeare PERSONS REPRESENTED Escalus, Prince of Verona. Paris, a young Nobleman, kinsman to the Prince. Montague,}Heads of two Houses at variance with each other. Capulet, } An Old Man, Uncle to Capulet. Romeo, Son to Montague. Mercutio, Kinsman to the Prince, and Friend to Romeo. Benvolio, Nephew to Montague, and… Read Article →

ACT I PROLOGUE Two households, both alike in dignity, In fair Verona, where we lay our scene, From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean. From forth the fatal loins of these two foes A pair of star-cross’d lovers take their life; Whole misadventured piteous overthrows Do with their… Read Article →

The UK Health Care System Healthcare in the UK is free to all citizens, registered long-term residents and members of the armed services who are serving abroad. It is one of the few countries, which provides a free walk in system of healthcare with very few supplementary charges. The National Health Service (NHS) The NHS… Read Article →

Structured Procrastination I have been intending to write this essay for months. Why am I finally doing it? Because I finally found some uncommitted time? Wrong. I have papers to grade, textbook orders to fill out, an NSF proposal to referee, dissertation drafts to read. I am working on this essay as a way of… Read Article →

ABSTRACT. It appears that in the 30 years that business Ethics has been a discipline in its own right a model of Business ethics has not been proffered. No one appears to Have tried to explain the phenomenon known as ‘business Ethics and the ways that we as a society interact with the Concept, therefore,… Read Article →

The Partner John Grisham One I FOUND HIM in Ponta Pora, a pleasant little town in Brazil, on the border of Paraguay, in a land still known as the Frontier. They found him living in a shaded brick house on Rua Tiradentes, a wide avenue with trees down the center and barefoot boys dribbling soccer… Read Article →

To be was/were been To beat beat beaten To become became become To begin began begun To bend bent bent To bet To bite bit bitten To blow blew blown To break broke broken To bring brought brought To broadcast To build built built To burst To buy bought bought To catch caught caught To… Read Article →

Rip Current Safety Tips Learn how to swim! When at the beach: * Whenever possible, swim at a lifeguard-protected beach. * Never swim alone. * Learn how to swim in the surf. It’s not the same as swimming in a pool or lake. * Be cautious at all times, especially when swimming at unguarded beaches…. Read Article →

DARK REUNION The Vampire Diaries Book 4 By L. J. Smith One “Things can be just like they were before,” said Caroline warmly, reaching out to squeeze Bonnie’s hand. But it wasn’t true. Nothing could ever be the way it had been before Elena died. Nothing. And Bonnie had serious misgivings about this party Caroline… Read Article →

Where beginning traders run into trouble is becoming “convinced” that THIS setup is a winner; it just looks SO solid to them that they don’t see how it could possibly not work out. They then proceed to over-leverage because they are so convinced of the trade setup, the stage is now set for an account… Read Article →

High levels of public debt among countries in the euro zone turned into a full-blown crisis for the currency block. As markets began to lose confidence in the ability of a few countries to finance their debt, and rapidly pushed up their borrowing costs, the European Union and the IMF eventually resolved to bail out… Read Article →

Hepatitis in Pregnancy Background Acute viral hepatitis is the most common cause of jaundice in pregnancy. The course of most viral infections is not affected by pregnancy. Hepatitis A Hepatitis A virus (HAV) infection is the second most common form of viral hepatitis in the United States. It is a small RNA virus that is… Read Article →

Todd: Okay Monica, we’re going to debate winning and sports, especially for young people. So do you think that winning should be stressed with sports, with, let’s say high school athletes? Monica: Well, it depends on the situation and what they’re training for, but generally I think that winning is overemphasized in sport. I think… Read Article →

Somalia country profile Somalia has been without an effective central government since President Siad Barre was overthrown in 1991. Years of fighting between rival warlords and an inability to deal with famine and disease have led to the deaths of up to one million people. Comprised of a former British protectorate and an Italian colony,… Read Article →

Google and Apple were today revealed as the most reputable companies globally in a study carried out by the Reputation Institute. Disney, BMW and Lego round out the top five in the 2011 Global RepTrak 100, a consumer study that assesses the reputations of 100 of the world’s most prominent companies. The Irish segment of… Read Article →

Physicists at the lab near Geneva say they’ve observed subatomic particles moving faster than the speed of light. If confirmed, it would defy Einstein – and upend our understanding of physics. By Eryn Brown and Amina Khan, Los Angeles Times September 23, 2011 Albert Einstein had the idea. A century of observations have backed it… Read Article →

The Tragedy of Pudd’nhead Wilson By Mark Twain A WHISPER TO THE READER There is no character, howsoever good and fine, but it Can be destroyed by ridicule, howsoever poor and witless. Observe the ass, for instance: his character is about perfect, He is the choicest spirit among all the humbler animals, Yet see what… Read Article →

It has emerged that the deposed leader’s first granddaughter was born in an expensive private hospital in the capital last year despite recent claims that his son Gamal no longer lives here. The baby’s birth certificate states that she and her family were based at an £8.5million house in Knightsbridge as recently as last year…. Read Article →

A jackal once got a thorn in his paw. “Oh, oh!” he cried as he walked along the path in the forest. “What shall I do, what shall I do?” Then he met an old woman: “Please, dear grannie,” he said, “pull the thorn out of my paw.” The old woman pulled it out, the… Read Article →

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