Documents about Concerted Effort

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    Maryville MO, LESSON 5

    Excerpt: ... Lesson 5: Case Study Worksheet Citrus Canker Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri Case Study Problem: The Long Road to Recovery Part 1: Gather facts on Citrus Canker from the case study materials. For example, since the disease was diagnosed in 1995, where else has it spread? How does this disease spread? Has the spread of the disease been fairly steady or sporadic? Part 2: What are the ramifications of this disease to commercial growers, homeowners, and local governments? Do you believe this disease has national significance as a plant biosecurity issue? Why or why not? Part 3: Recovery is defined as a lengthy, concerted effort to return to normal operations after the plant biosecurity event has been effectively contained. What government actions are helping Florida growers recover from the Citrus Canker disease? Part 4: Canker bacteria are spread by wind and rain. Florida is subjected to numerous tropical storms each year. With the disease now identified in 13 counties, do you believe recovery from this di ...

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    W. Alabama, CHEM 256

    Excerpt: ... Chemistry 256 Problemset 2 (due Wednesday, September 29) In quantum theory complex numbers are used extensively, and you should be well familiar with them. Eulers formula (A-6) on page 33 is especially important. The properties of classical waves merit your attention and are summarized in Ch. 2. We will separate variables several times in 256, always as shown here. Note: Mathchapters are brief summaries of definitions, manipulations, and examples that typically appear in the next chapter. They are one of the reasons for choosing this book. The math will not be entirely new in most cases. Some review and working through examples will then be sufficient. New material may require more concerted effort , but without going into greater detail than given in these self-contained units. Please do the mathchapters on your own and ask questions about them in precepts. Problems for week 2 (due on Monday, September 27, in class): 1. MS 1.29 2. MS 1.31 3. MS 1.32 4. MS A-1 5. MS A-6 6. MS A-10 7. MS 2.2 8. MS 2.5 9. MS ...

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    UCSD, ECE 109

    Excerpt: ... ard. Probability, which is a key course for understanding more advanced classes and materials, is not easy and requires a concerted effort on your part if you are to gain facility with it. Because we must develop many concepts from probability theory which go beyond the basic classical discrete probability space theory (which is based the assumption of equiprobable outcomes), we give very little time to the classical theory and its associated underpinnings in the theory of combinatorics. Basically this week and next will contain most of what will be said on the matter. For those of you who would like greater exposure in a more formal manner to combinatorics and classical probability, you might want to consider taking CSE 20 and CSE 21, or at least sitting in on these courses. ECE 109 is an Ideas and Concepts course not merely a `blindly crunch the numbers course.' To succeed in probability and master the subject matter you will need to truly understand the key concepts and ideas. Form Discussion Study Groups. ...

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    Allan Hancock College, PAGE 16874

    Excerpt: ... here, provides ample opportunity to witness the subtleties of white privilege and prejudice, whether in classrooms or in other aspects of everyday life. And what I hope to do here this evening is to share some of these experiences. Language is one of the most obvious areas where international students stand out. For most, its taken a concerted effort and study of the English language to qualify for a visa and acceptance into an educational institution and we think that this will be enough to communicate on an everyday basis but the reality is that we could speak with an accent, at a different pace and not be familiar with Australian idiosyncrasies. Language can be a huge barrier. People have said to me, "international students don't speak good English. Its tiring trying to speak to them." Classmates and in some cases, staff, can sometimes assume you cannot understand them and you're more of less sidelined from that point onwards. Sometimes it does require effort and patience to communicate with someone for ...

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    Review sheet - Population&Consumption

    Washington, GEOG 270

    Excerpt: ... Notes.htm Population as "Problem" Rapid rise in the rate of population growth in periphery, related assumptions prompts concerns for core societies: - world is poised on the brink of disaster, - we are running out of enough food to sustain the growing population - population growth is responsible for poverty, environmental destruction, and social unrest. economic development in poor countries is impossible as long as populations continue to rise, - increase in economic output must be used to sustain the increased population instead of being invested to create new jobs and wealth. - Leads to concerted effort s by international agencies and governments to control population growth, especially in peripheral countries where it is highest. Which of the authors that we read would agree with the proposition that population is a major world problem? But is it really a Problem? Assumptions about population growth not questioned: - Population growth contributes to economic decline and stagnation in the periphery an ...

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    Lecture 1

    Colorado, RLST 2600

    Excerpt: ... view); - what seems to be the very presence of the sacred realities of which the tradition speaks. 6) Six Ways of Being Religious The Way of Sacred Rite Participation in the sacred archetypal patterns through which ultimate reality is manifest By means of ritual enactments and symbolic presentations That enable participants repeatedly to enter their presence, attain atonement with them, and experience renewal. The Way of Right Action The concerted effort to bring all of life, individual and communal, into conformity with the way things are ultimately supposed to be. Pursuing the promise of individual fulfillment, social justice, and the embodiment of the divine ideal in the midst of this-worldly life. The Way of Devotion Cultivation of an intense relationship to ultimate reality of whole-hearted adoration, devotional surrender to its transforming grace, and trust in its providential care, Anticipating in return an influx of sustaining energy, hope, and a sens ...

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    Les Giblin

    UMiami, ENG 105

    Excerpt: ... egets sunshine and blizzards beget blizzards I will make a concerted effort to be friendlier and more pleasant Chapter 8: How to praise people I will be generous with praise I will be sincere when I praise people I will praise acts, not people I will use the happiness formula, saying at least one kind thing to at least three people Chapter 9: How to critique people I will voice my criticism in privacy I will preface my criticism with compliments or kind words I will criticize acts, not people I will supply answers and solutions I will criticize just once for each act I will ask for, not demand, cooperation I will finish friendly Chapter 10: How to thank people I will be sincere when I say thank you I will say thank you clearly and distinctly I will look at people when I thank them I will thank people by their names I will work at thanking people for the little things as well as the obvious things ...

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    TCU, BJONES 20263

    Excerpt: ... pp-lecture The PowerPoint slides in this folder are designed to be used to support lectures on the textbook contents. They include the text figures plus bulleted lists and other slides that reflect the narrative. Some instructors choose to post the ...

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    Illinois Tech, MATH 149

    Excerpt: ... <STUDYGUIDES08C.TXT> {5-9-2008} Math 149 Spring 2008 Final Study Guide, Part III - Chapter 6 Concept Check, p. 378: 1,2,3,4,5 Exercises: 1-6, 7-11, 12-16 Chapter 9 Concept Check, p. 598: 1 Exercises: 1, 3a, 7 ...

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    Chester, ECO 343

    Excerpt: ... he high indebtedness of many countries of the region call for a greater commitment of external donors in a concerted effort to achieve the financial objective." Conference sources told IPS that recommendations for the way forward include the convening of an investment forum that would bring together all stakeholders. They said that by the time the forum is held - no date has yet been given - a "matching of needs and resources would have been accomplished". Government financing has traditionally been the backbone of the development of the regional agricultural sector, but since the 1980s, when most Caribbean countries were faced with IMF-imposed structural adjustment programmes, public investments declined significantly. "The hope was that the private sector would have intervened to fill the investment and services gaps. This assumption is one of the main failures of international financial institution policy directed at developing countries," Clyde Mascoll, the junior finance minister from Barbados, told de ...

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    Chester, ECO 343

    Excerpt: ... uy foreign government securities, far better to do so in Europe where domestic demand is also lagging and where intervention results in gains, not losses on Japan's carry trade. Best of all, why not issue large amounts of non-interest bearing debt in Japan -in other words, print money - to retire interest-bearing debt, at least until prices start to rise. Japan's heavy dollar buying and resultant financing of most of America's $500 billion current-account deficit would be insane and highly inflationary in a normal world without a large overhang of excess capacity such as now exists. As it is, Japan's increasingly concerted effort to boost domestic demand growth in America, where it is already adequate -thanks to stimulative measures including low interest rates and tax cuts - and not in Japan where domestic demand growth is slipping, is simply bizarre. Japan's intensifying deflation and rising pressure for yen appreciation against the dollar could both be relieved by replacing its ill-advised surge in dolla ...

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    Chester, ECO 343

    Excerpt: ... is related to the quality of education. In Egypt, home to one-quarter of Arabs, Cairo University, the leading Arab university, is now rated 28thin Africa. Human rights violations remain widespread in the region, where our own troubling behavior toward prisoners has significantly hampered our ability to lecture others. Concerted effort s in those areas of economic, educational and judicial development, coupled with a strong human rights policy, have a far greater chance to make a difference. Despite all its troubles, the United States remains the most powerful country, still powerful enough to reshuffle the deck in the Middle East. But it will never be powerful enough to determine where the cards fall. Copyright 2006, The Brookings Institution Note: The views expressed in this piece are those of the authors and should not be attributed to the staff, officers or trustees of the Brookings Institution. The Brookings Institution, 1775 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington DC 20036 Telephone: (202) 797-6004 E-mail ...

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    UT Arlington, MANA 4340

    Excerpt: ... e rise of a consumer culture, receding religious influence, business's concerted effort s to gain power, and legal decisions that granted certain rights to corporations that they had not previously held. Ted Nace, in Gangs of America, argues that corporations now have more rights than do individual humans. One of the most important rights won was the right to be conceived of as a "person," and therefore protected by the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution (Santa Clara County v. Southern Pacific Railroad, 1886). This amendment was originally passed to protect freed slaves, but has been used much more often for the benefit of corporations. One of the interesting questions for students to explore is if corporations have garnered too much power in our society. Business and Society Chapter Notes Several recent books have delved into this subject in some depth. The instructor may want to incorporate some of their content into the classroom discussion or assign students to read sections of different books. O ...