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How You Touched Me, You Will Never Know

By: M'Tisunge Michael Phoya

...life, I’ve met many people who are disgusted with me. But none of them like this woman. “…Could you state what you do for the record?” “I run t... ...ou I’m not guilty. But it doesn’t matter for you probably think I’m guilty too. The truth, if it exists at all, doesn’t matter. Labels matter. Some ... ...No, why?” “For protection. Never seen so many monkeys in my life.” “Did you say monkeys? Where?” “Here. This has to be a record.” She look... ....” “Then leave.” “Are you coming?” “No. This is fun. I have never seen so many monkeys gathered at one place. This is a record. A record I’... ... located in Blantyre, the commercial city of Malawi. A tale from Sasani Nkhota-kota: A district in central Malawi. BOMA: British Overseas Mil...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...978-0-300-13740-8 Library of Congress Control Number: 2008932282 A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. This paper me... ...ol Number: 2008932282 A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. This paper meets the requirements of ANSI/NISO Z39.48–19... ...ot even know who holds the copyright. Compa- nies have gone out of business. Records are incomplete or absent. In some cases, it is even more complica... ...mits almost the whole history of moving pictures and the en- tire history of recorded music. Long enough to lock up almost all of twentieth- century c... ...ry embodi- ment of all that is wrong. (I still cherish a friend’s account of British protesters outside the American Embassy in London singing “D-M-C-... ...structions, carry out the desired operations, and write the answer down. The British mathematician Alan T uring imagined something like this—a little ... ...e the song was recorded, he was not at first prop- erly credited: some record labels list [Ray Charles] alone as the songwriter. Richard, however, stra...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

...nt By: Sam Vaknin Are content brokers - publishers, distributors, and record companies - a thing of the past? In one word: disintermediation ... ...n, and similar labour market trends. But distributors, publishers, and record companies are not going to vanish. They are going to metamorphose. ... ...es. Though driven by crass commercial considerations, most publishers and record companies do apply certain quality standards routinely and thus are ... ...f links from within an electronic document or page. The links beneath the labels - URLs and email addresses - would all be stored in the DOI System,... ...a living from their noisy vocation (most of them rock stars who own their labels - George Michael had to fight Sony to do just that) and very few ac... ...journals are as respectable as any print journal. BMJ (formerly called the British Medical Journal) is eminently respectable. It offers 100% of its ... ...ly the decline of functional literacy (the ability to read and understand labels, simple instructions, and very basic texts) even as literacy (in ot... ...s is a "code of honour" (more reminiscent of the Sicilian Mob than of the British Parliament, let’s say). Violations are punished by excommunication... ...E to the Russian MTS - are becoming regional. Multinationals, such as the British Vodafone and the French Orange - have entered the regional fray. S...

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Capitalistic Musings

By: Sam Vaknin

... rarely. As "The Economist" notes gloomily, economists have the most disheartening record of failed predictions - and prescriptions. Return The M... ...red by Edwards and Magee in "Technical Analysis of Stock Trends": "The science of recording, usually in graphic form, the actual history of tradin... ...d by United Press International (UPI) In a series of speeches designed to defend his record, Alan Greenspan, until recently an icon of both the new ... ...y or the more veteran American OPIC (Overseas Private Investment Corporation), the British ECGD, and the French COFACE - shift political risk from ... ...istic countries. Why are inventors in America more productive than their French or British counterparts - at least judging by the number of patents... ...ranchised and undervalued them. Hitler, who fancied himself an artist, labeled the British a "nation of shopkeepers" in one of his bouts of raging ... ... control the bulk of intellectual property. Many of them go freelance. Indie music labels, independent cinema, print on demand publishing - are ome...

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The Future of the Internet : And How to Stop It

By: Jonathan Zittrain

.... I. Title. TK5105.875.I57Z53 2008 004.67 80112—dc22 2007050361 A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. The paper in ... ...80112—dc22 2007050361 A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. The paper in this book meets the guidelines for permanen... ...9/4A could use a television set as a display, and a standard audio cassette recorder to store and retrieve data. 8 The cassette player (and, later, P... ...documents appeared in the depths of their file systems, and their system logs recorded activities unrelated to anything the computers’ regular users we... ...choose to take up whatever topics they chose, irrespective of the designated labels for The Generative Pattern 81 the forums themselves (“Pets” vs. “... ...of free legal information services including BAILII, which contains links to British and Irish law-related material; AsianLII, with databases covering... ...al New York Times article, see Don Van Natta Jr. et al., De- tails Emerge in British Terror Case, N.Y. T, Aug. 28, 2006, http://www.nytimes .com/2...

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The Marketing of Ideas and Social Issues

By: Seymour Fine

...social marketing occurs virtually everywhere and all the time, but under different labels -public service, organizational development, human interact... ...nce. It has been a part of human character as far back in time from which written records are available and presumably before that. The principal ... ...on trialability and then segmenting the market on the basis of fear appeals. (Some British "Think Before You Drink Before You Drive" commercials pull... ...orth and health services might be obtained in preventive, or ambulatory form or by recorded phone call (Tel-Med). Summer school is one form of the c... ...hers, however, stemmed from the source of data used, namely, the study of pharmacy records that revealed which doctors ordered what drugs for their ... ...ws are comparative descriptive consumer profIles to emerge from the study. (These labels are strictly for identification purposes and surely do not... ... Ill. : Free Press. Pol1ay, Richard W. 1968. " A Model of Family Decision Making." British Journal of Marketirzg 33, 206-16. Pool, Ithiel De Sola, ...

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Fuzzy and Neutrosophic Analysis of Periyar's Views on Untouchability

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

...knowledge." Our expert also quoted Periyar who had said that even during the British and Congress rule, the Dalit and Sudra children were denied en... ...mally entered public life by becoming the Chairman of Erode Municipality. The British Government made him an honorary magistrate and he held 29 hon... ...ertake picketing in front of toddy shops throughout the country and urged the British Government to implement the policy of liquor prohibition. Peri... ...tion? [Viduthalai, 12-9-1946] Naming/ Terming I was shocked to see in the records that they mentioned the social status as Christian, Brahmin, a... ...n never to mention subcastes in voters lists, religious institutions, school records, court records but only write as ‘Hindu’, ‘Muslim’, ‘Sikhs’ or... ...e children of four castes? Why do you shamelessly try to boss over us? What labels you Sudras? Only Hindu religion has made you into Sudras. Only ... ...Narayanpur village in Jehanabad district on February 10, 1999, there were 59 recorded instances of mass murders in which about 600 people were kill...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...tyranny which lie in wait beneath the surface." Aldous Leonard Huxley (1894-1963), British writer I. Overview of Theories of Anarchism Politics... ...ws' ability and readiness to mobilize and act to further their plans is a matter of record and the source of the inordinate influence of their lobby... ...ry language for a minute, what group does not behave this way? Harvard alumni, the British Commonwealth, the European Union, the Irish or the Itali... ...he Jewish Response: What can I say? I agree with you. I would only like to set the record straight by pointing out the fact that Jews are actually ... ...cond mortal sin by transforming itself into an outpost and beacon of Western (first British-French, then American) neo-colonialism. As the represent... ...and they both ate it. He then proceeded to kill Brandes (with the latter's consent recorded on video), and snack on what remained of him. Sexual c... ...ency, the disintegration of the social fabric - so we give it neutral or appealing labels, negating the horrific content. Computers are "user-frien... ... discontent are already audible in Poland and Hungary. Left and right are imported labels with little explanatory power or relevance to central Eur...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...tyranny which lie in wait beneath the surface." Aldous Leonard Huxley (1894-1963), British writer I. Overview of Theories of Anarchism Politics... ...ws' ability and readiness to mobilize and act to further their plans is a matter of record and the source of the inordinate influence of their lobby... ...ry language for a minute, what group does not behave this way? Harvard alumni, the British Commonwealth, the European Union, the Irish or the Itali... ...he Jewish Response: What can I say? I agree with you. I would only like to set the record straight by pointing out the fact that Jews are actually ... ...cond mortal sin by transforming itself into an outpost and beacon of Western (first British-French, then American) neo-colonialism. As the represent... ...and they both ate it. He then proceeded to kill Brandes (with the latter's consent recorded on video), and snack on what remained of him. Sexual c... ...ency, the disintegration of the social fabric - so we give it neutral or appealing labels, negating the horrific content. Computers are "user-frien... ... discontent are already audible in Poland and Hungary. Left and right are imported labels with little explanatory power or relevance to central Eur...

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And Gulliver Returns Book VI : Our Psychological Motivations

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...al ideas in the last 100 years. As you know he said that we all have inferiority complexes. Not long ago Prince Charles, then the heir to the Britis... ...rms. Physical impediments just test our mettle and increase the height of the hurdles we must clear. ―And on the mental side, wartime Britis... ...t carry with them an air of power can be seen in the oversized clothes of many gang members and ‗wanna-bes‘. Or it can come with the couturier labels... ...r on terrorism. Young Muslims were twice as likely to hold this view than older Muslims. Eighty percent saw themselves as Muslims first and Britis... ...is otherwise secular war. Whether religious or not, all wars are just. Just ask the generals and kings, the popes and the caliphs. Historical record... ...professional sports team, as a means of developing a feeling of importance. Others identify with people by collecting pictures, autographs or record... ...st of every day for at least two weeks. The fewest depressive episodes were in the age group of 45 to 50. The highest number of episodes were record... ... 119 —―Most people know that children‘s bodies need food, vitamins and minerals. Some parents can even read the food labels...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...side this dynamic balance? This question is unanswerable because there is no record or trace of how we lived 90,000 years ago. But one thing is obv... ...f human misery-pain-trauma on all levels, and in all ways. The entire span of recorded human history is a history of this endless repetitive cycle. ... ...cumulate material things. As a result of this… there are almost no fossil records of the first modern humans, there is no way of knowing how the... ...ncept of slavery has been creatively abstracted and split up, given different labels, slants, twists, and spins. Human power and greed has only shi... ...came repetitious duplicates of their ancestors: Son of John… Johnson. These labels-identities were inflicted on each person at birth: imprinting pe... ...carefully not attributed to the system itself, but given general, meaningless labels: such as: underdevelopment, poverty, corruption, crime, starvati... ...he voice of his master. Just as Queen Victoria was listened to by the entire British Empire. Class racism. Class brainwashing. The brainwashing ... ...: two Christian nations stopped the killing to observe the birth of a child. British and German soldiers came out of their bunkers and exchanged gi... ...ey get used to the European presence on their land, and then the might of the British navy and army can roll in after the vermin have established th...

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A Unifying Field in Logics : Neutrosophic Logic. Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Set, Neutrosophic Probability

By: Florentin Smarandache

...the sport competition an aphorism says that it's easier to conquer a world record than to keep it.) A cause of all empires' decline (none of th... ...ndividuals. Everybody's judged upon his place in the society. People have labels stuck on their forehead. Great ideas of poor persons, or from poor... ...d Bivalent Logic for taking only two values {0, 1}, or Boolean Logic from British mathematician George Boole (1815-64), was named by the philosopher...

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In the Fourth Year Anticipations of a World Peace

By: H. G. Wells

... war against the idea of imperialism, not German imperial- ism merely, but British and French and Russian imperial- ism, and we were saying this not b... ...ayle’s “Great Settle- ment” (1915), a frankly sceptical treatment from the British Imperialist point of view, on the other. An illuminating dis- cussi... ...ce with an unrevolutionized Germany, an idea to which, in common with most British people, I am bitterly opposed. Walsh’s “World Rebuilt” is a good ex... ...ees of free- dom, the agents of knowledge and efficiency. On the whole the record of British rule is a pretty respectable one; I am not ashamed of our... ...ecord of British rule is a pretty respectable one; I am not ashamed of our record. Nevertheless the case is altering. It is quite justifiable for us B... ...ver the head of a worthless man, though the latter be smothered with party labels. That is the gist of this business. The differ- ence in effect betwe... ...e talk such nonsense without reproof, but I look in vain through Hansard’s record of this debate for a single con- temptuous reference to Mr. Chamberl...

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American Notes for General Circulation

By: Charles Dickens

...of becoming personally ac quainted), that I may have the gratification of record ing my humble tribute of admiration and respect for his high abilit... ...meth good, is strongly illustrated by these establishments at home; as the records of the Prerogative Office in Doctors’ Commons can abundantly prove.... ...ommon use, such as knives, forks, spoons, keys, &c., and pasting upon them labels with their names printed in raised letters. These she felt very care... ...nes key, as the spoon differed from the key in form. ‘Then small detached labels, with the same words printed upon them, were put into her hands; and... ...es which she could handle; and she very easily learned to place the proper labels upon them. It was evident, however, that the only intellectual exerc... ...or an answer. ‘Yes. Every house without a signal will be fired upon by the British troops. No harm will be done to the others. No harm at all. Those t... ...er: this is the index of his history. Beyond these pages the prison has no record of his existence: and though he live to be in the same cell ten wear... ...try at home, as the distinguished gentleman who is now its Minister at the British Court sustains its highest character abroad. I visited both houses ... ...dical College; and the Battle Monument in memory of an engagement with the British at North Point; are the most conspicuous among them. American Notes...

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What Is Man and Other Essays of Mark Twain

By: Mark Twain

...sible. Y.M. There must be a genuinely and utterly self sacrific ing act recorded in human history somewhere. O.M. You are young. You have many year... ...hat no man ever sacrifices himself; that there is no instance of it upon record anywhere; and that when a man’s Interior Monarch requires a thing of... ..., greatly performed. Take it to pieces and examine it, if you like. Y.M. A British troop ship crowded with soldiers and their wives and children. She ... ...M. You may answer your question yourself. O.M. That list of sects is not a record of studies, searchings, seekings after light; it mainly (and sarcas... ...y choicest; cigars which cost him forty cents apiece and bore red and gold labels in sign of their nobility. I removed the labels and put the cigars i...

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The War in the Air

By: H. G. Wells

...eans of the magazine page of the half-penny newspapers or by cinematograph records. But it was brought home very insistently, and in those days if, ev... ...lishman. I’ll talk to you all to-morrow.” Foggy snapshots still survive to record that incident. His assistant struggles in a sea of aggressive young ... ...d to keep his secret safe from any further risk of leak- age. He faced the British public now with the question whether they wanted his secret or not;... ...sual dimensions and irregular circumstances and the still largely decorous British public learnt with reluctance and alarm that a sympathetic treatmen... ...exclusive acquisition of the priceless secret of aerial sta- bility by the British Empire. The exact particulars of the simi- larity never came to lig... ...-vivisection, and its pulsating dis- sepiments’ adorned with emphatic flag labels. Confronted they were, and there was no getting away from it. He wou... ...m seventy to two hundred tons. How many Germany possessed history does not record, but Bert counted nearly eighty great bulks receding in perspective ...

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A Modern Utopia

By: H. G. Wells

...; the lighter minded may read and mark the temper of Professor Case in the British Encyclopaedia, article Logic (Vol. XXX.). I have appended to his bo... ...on. T o us, clad as we are in mountain-soiled tweeds and with no money but British bank- notes negotiable only at a practically infinite distance, thi... ...where it is not the history of the theory of property, is very largely the record of the abuse, not so much of money as of credit devices to supplemen... ...and amended each other’s initial propositions that, indeed, except for the labels still flutteringly adhesive to the implicated men, it is hard to cho... ...m wage,” which threw a chance light on the labour prob- lem—by perforating records for automatic musical ma- chines—no doubt of the Pianotist and Pian... ...ntains to lecture in Saxony, lecturing on the way, to perforate a lot more records, lecturing the while, and so start out lecturing again. He was undi... ...f labour. This most excellent idea does, as a matter of fact, underlie the British institution of the work- house, but it is jumbled up with the relie...

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Twelve Stories and a Dream

By: H. G. Wells

...t occasion. Conceive it! Filmer! Our obscure unwashed Filmer, the Glory of British science! Duchesses crowd upon him, beautiful, bold peeresses say in... ...e could get to the floor whenever he wanted, which was sim- ply to put the British Encyclopaedia (tenth edition) on the top of his open shelves. He ju... ...raphs beside the mantel mean- while. The little black notebook in which he recorded the orders of his daily round projected stiffly from his breast po... ... to be a ‘lark,’ and here it was, nothing but another failure added to his record! He proclaimed himself an utter out-and-out failure. He said, and I ... ... a football, and been thirty-five minutes under water, you don’t break any records running. I ran like a ploughboy going to work. And half way to the ... ...y that lay through the trees. It was clear to me they didn’t take me for a British citizen, whatever else they thought of me, and for 84 Twelve Stori... ...200, one in 900, and one in 2000, distinguished by yellow, pink, and white labels respectively. No doubt its use renders a great number of very extrao... ...s Winchelsea observed; his Gladstone bag was of good pleasant leather with labels reminiscent of Luxem- bourg and Ostend, and his boots, though brown,...

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Life on the Mississippi

By: Mark Twain

...ontain Autria four times, Germany or Spain five times, France six times, the British Is lands or Italy ten times. Conceptions formed from the river ... ...rd of it. That was always a confusing fact to me, but it is according to the record, any way. She was dismally slow; still, we often had pretty exciti... ...” did it in three days and ONE hour. This last is called the fastest trip on record. I will try to show that it was not. For this reason: the distance... ...orities add 1 hour and 16 minutes to this. 102 that has ever been made. THE RECORD OF SOME FAMOUS TRIPS (From Commodore Rollingpin’s Almanack.) FAST... ...s—says: “There now, smell them, taste them, examine the bottles, inspect the labels. One of ‘m’s from Europe, the other’s never been out of this count... ...n out the whole thing—clean from the word go— in our factory in New Orleans: labels, bottles, oil, everything. Well, no, not labels: been buying them ... ...e nation to cel ebrate the battle of New Orleans—Jackson’s victory over the British, January 8, 1815. The war had ended, the two na tions were at pe... ...y friend went on summer vacation up into the fishing regions of our northern British neighbors, and carried this sermon with him, since he might possi...

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The French Revolution a History Volume Three

By: Thomas Carlyle

..., in like manner, search as we will in these multi-form innumerable French Records, darkness too frequently covers, or sheer distraction bewilders. On... ... 21 Septembre, Annee 1er (1792).) Lastly con- sider this: that there is on record a Trial of Charles First! This printed Trial of Charles First is sol... ...irty-eight years four months and twenty-eight days. (Newspapers, Municipal Records, &c. &c. (in Hist. Parl. xxiii. 298-349) Deux Amis (ix. 369-373), M... ...ce stood. ‘Three thousand birds’ are let loose, into the whole world, with labels round their neck, We are free; imitate us. Holocaust of Royalist and... ...Jean-Jacques: not one of the least afflicting occur- rences for the actual British reader of French History;— confusing the soul with Messidors, Meado...

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