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Adderall: A Combination of Amphetamine and Dextroamphetamine - Adderall is a combination of amphetamine and dextroamphetamine, which work on the central nervous system as stimulants. A stimulant is a drug that produces a temporary increase of function activity by affecting the chemicals in the brain. There are 4 salts the combine to for the active ingredients, dextroamphetamine saccharate, dextroamphetamine sulfate, amphetamine aspartate monohydrate, and amphetamine. Inactive ingredients are also present, but they do not play a role in Adderall’s function. Adderall is a drug that is approved to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) along with narcolepsy....   [tags: stimulant drugs] 695 words
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Philosophy and Faith: A Caotic Combination - Philosophy and faith can make a chaotic combination. People want to believe in a higher power, a life after death, and a reason for why bad things happen to good people. But from a philosophical standpoint, that isn’t fathomable. There will never be an answer that will satisfy philosophy’s questions. I believe this is where faith comes in. Philosophers like Hume, Wittgenstein, and Plantinga make the point that our beliefs really have no logical argument, but they continue to exist and be the norm....   [tags: past, future, life after death, god]
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Unicque Combination of Musical Instruments - The present concert was related to classical music. In this particular, concert, there was use of various musical instruments. The musical instruments used in this particular concert included soprano, conductor, flute, piccolo, clarinet, violin, cello and piano. In this way, it can be said that, in the concert, there was a combination of various musical instruments for the listeners. The musical concert was one of those concerts which were quite good to listen. The use of these unique combinations of musical instruments seems to be very much pleasing and soothing....   [tags: concert analysis] 839 words
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What is Business Combination? - 1.1 Part A Business combination is bringing two or more different entities or businesses together in one reporting business and the acquirer obtain the control over the acquire business. It was made by AASB under section 334 of the Corporation Act 2001 on 8th march 2008.Under the corporation act 2001 there are two principal methods of acquiring a business which are Takeover offers’ and ‘scheme of arrangements’ Takeover offers Takeover offer is a corporate act in which acquiring business makes an offer to target business shareholders to buy their shares to obtain control over the target business....   [tags: goodwill, control, acquisition]
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The Brain and Violence: An Unhealthy Combination - The Brain and Violence: An Unhealthy Combination "Jack was walking down the street enjoying a snack he had just bought at a convenience store. Feeling good, he smiled at the stranger coming toward him while continuing to eat. The stranger suddenly pulled out a knife and began stabbing Jack. Bystanders pulled the knife away, but too late." "After the killing, the attacker said that he was deeply sorry. He had sensed a strange aura, then experienced a flashback of having been bitten and of having a hernia operation under local anesthesia....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]
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The Combination of Society and Culture - The Combination of Society and Culture Without delving into deep sociological theories of the nature of society, we can consider human societies as any community of individuals who are united together by a common bond of nearness or intercourse and are those who recognize each other as associates, friends and acquaintances. Individuals who play certain roles and the relationships between each role form the society itself. The complexity of society makes it difficult for us to identify our relationships....   [tags: Papers] 897 words
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The Perfect Combination Of Media - The Perfect Combination Of Media As you all know this is truly an exciting time for our company. The new office should be open and ready for business within the next few weeks. Our next step is to determine the perfect combination of media to utilize. Choosing the perfect combination of media is an important decision and it will directly affect our success as a business....   [tags: Business Technology] 1107 words
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Treating Depression: A Personal Battle or a Combination of Professional Treatments? - Each year, 19 million Americans are affected by clinical depression, sometimes resulting in suicide (Emedicinehealth, 2011). This clinical depression is not merely a feeling of sadness. The illness affects every day activities and performance. Though there are different types of clinical depression, the most extreme case is major depressive disorder. The reoccurring disorder often prevents individuals from enjoying usually pleasurable activities and causes physical symptoms (Emedicinehealth, 2011)....   [tags: Mental Health ]
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Knowledge Takes the Form of a Combination of Stories and Facts. - ... There is one real life situation which could demonstrate these knowledge issues: history provides the stories but is based on the facts. As one of the most well-known massacres during the Second World War, Nanking Massacre have caused more than 200,000 Chinese civilians’ death in a week due to the Japanese armies’ killing (Wikipedia.com 2014). Multiple evidences have shown how the invaders attacked Nanking and massacred civilians with no arms. The Japanese appear to want to change their textbook in 2013 edition to reduce the impact of massacre; the textbook refers to the 1937-38 Nanjing massacres, when Japanese troops killed an estimated 250,000 to 300,000 people, by the more innocuous t...   [tags: accuracy of claim in area of knowledge]
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Ephedrine and Caffeine Combination - Ephedrine and Caffeine Combination What does adding stimulants to diet pills do. It is believed that adding caffeine to diet pills may increase weight loss (http://www.vitamins.com/encyclopedia/Concern/Weight_Loss.htm and http://www.mothernature.com/ency/Concern/Weight_Loss.asp). Many diet pills contain caffeine or guaranine, which is found in the herb guarana and is almost identical to caffeine. Caffeine acts as a stimulant of the central nervous system. The stimulant also increases the body’s metabolism and is a mild diuretic....   [tags: Research Study Papers Health Weight Loss]
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Rhythmic Gymnastics - A Combination of Athleticism and Grace - Rhythmic Gymnastics - A Combination of Athleticism and Grace If, in six years time, I were to become a successful Hollywood screenwriter and was commissioned to write a screenplay about women in sports, I would have a hard time deciding what to write about. There are currently so many sports that women participate in that I cannot image what will be available in the future. Out of all the athletic activities in which women participate, I feel that gymnastics has been overlooked by Hollywood; therefore, I would most likely make a film based on that....   [tags: Expository Essays Sports] 693 words
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Analysis of Coca Cola Composite Strategy - Introduction In the 1980’s Michael Porter developed a framework for analyzing an industry and suggesting ways that a firm can enhance its competitive advantage. Currently this model is arguably the most preferred model advocated by various scholars and management gurus. As a result, most strategic and other high profile managers have adopted. In 1994, Kanter developed another Model referred to as collaborative advantage model that to an important extant has also become influential as Porter framework of competitive advantage....   [tags: Burton collaboration combination model]
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The Dangerous Combination of the Media and the Weight-Loss Industry - The Dangerous Combination of the Media and the Weight-Loss Industry   Abstract: Excessive use of diet pills by American women stems from the idea that thinness is ideal. This ideal is unlikely to change in the near future, so the use of diet pills and other unhealthy fat diets is likely to increase. If women remain unaware of the health risks associated with the use and abuse of these unregulated drugs, rates of illness and even death are also likely to increase. In 1997, the use of diet pills directly caused seventeen deaths (Cohen)....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics]
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Shakespeare In Love -Combination of Romantic Comedy and Shakespearean Tragedy - Shakespeare In Love -Combination of Romantic Comedy and Shakespearean Tragedy William Shakespeare once told us, "All the World’s a Stage" —and now his quote can be applied to his own life as it is portrayed in the recent film, Shakespeare In Love. This 1998 motion picture prospered with the creative scripting of Tom Stoppard and Marc Norman and direction of John Madden. The combined effort of these men, on top of many other elements, produced a film that can equally be enjoyed by the Shakespeare lover for its literary brilliance, or for the romantic viewer who wants to experience a passionate love story....   [tags: Movie Film Essays]
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Nature vs. Nurture - We are Influenced by a Combination - Nature vs. Nurture Debate The controversy over what determines who we are, whether it is Nature (heredity, our biological make up) or Nurture (our environment) is taking a new shape. Through the past decades, psychologists have developed different theories to explain the characteristics of human-beings; how we feel, think and behave. Usually, these theories were one directional in the nature / nurture question. Today, a new approach to deal with this question is emerging. This new approach finds a middle ground between nature and nurture....   [tags: Papers Psychology Development Behavior]
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Different Types of Disasters - There are different types and causes of disasters; man-made, natural and a combination. Man-made disasters are caused by human error or human actions that cause harm to the environment, and people (Baack & Alfred, 2013). Natural disasters are caused by nature a hurricane for example; and a combination; NA-TECH (natural-technological) examples are earthquakes that cause structural damage such as a collapse of a bridge (Nies & McEwen, 2011). Communities must have effective emergency preparedness in place to reduce the causalities from a disaster....   [tags: man-made, natural, combination]
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Teenagers and Cars: A Deadly Combination - Since teenage drivers are often discriminated against for their driving skills, improvements are being looked into. A survey on news stands today shows, “61 percent of teens admit to risky driving habits” (“Teens Risky Driving” 1). Most teens view their driving as safe; however, a large proportion of teens are dangerous to others on the road. While the rates of dangerous teenage drivers are a high hazard, consequences are in store. Because of dangerous habits teenagers pursue on the road, reckless teenage driving has become a number one killer....   [tags: Social Issues, Driving] 1348 words
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Babies and iPads--a Bad Combination - Need a babysitter. There’s an app for that. In fact, an estimate of seven hundred apps are designed specifically for iPad users under the age of three. The conception of touch screen technologies has become much more commonplace in our society. However, has it insidiously crept into our children’s world and become their teacher and companion. Do babies and toddlers as young as two years of age really gain any significant benefits with this electronic babysitter. Isn’t this the time when they should be mastering walking and crawling, rather than tapping and swiping....   [tags: babysitter, children and technology]
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Investigating Which Metal Combination Gives Out the Most Voltage in a Solution - Investigating Which Metal Combination Gives Out the Most Voltage in a Solution Background Metals are an order of chemical elements in the periodic table. They are arranged in atomic number. All of them are solid (apart from mercury), good thermal and electrical conductors and are shiny when polished. Metals and non - metals are separated in the table by a diagonal line. -------------------------------------------------------------------- The reactivity series is a table to show which metals are most reactive to the least reactive....   [tags: Papers] 919 words
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A Combination of Generic Codes and Conventions in the Opening Sequence of Thelma and Louise - A Combination of Generic Codes and Conventions in the Opening Sequence of Thelma and Louise “Since the 60s, in the era of Easy Rider (1969), the road movie has increasingly portrayed those who are out of society for whom the road represents a brief reprieve from social conventions and the law.” – BFI Modern Classics. The classic road movie was about male privilege, and the right to go on a trip without worrying about the destination or family left at home. Women were not the protagonists of the movie, and were more often than not what the men were running away from....   [tags: Papers] 1743 words
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Land Cover Types - In order to determine the band combination for maximum contrast between land-cover types depends on which land cover type is of interest. There are a number of different band combinations that are commonly used to highlight different features in a remotely sensed image. On the website of U.S. Geological Survey provides a brief explanation to the details of each band of the Landsat Thematic mapper, identifying the properties of each band and suggest the type of land cover that is the interest of study....   [tags: Band Combination, Maximum Contrast, Cover]
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Augmented Reality: The Future of Virtual Technology - People try to invent more inventions to help the world and making finishing some task simpler. According to Wikipedia, in 1901, L. Frank Baum thought about an idea of creating an electronic display that stream data to real life. However, it was not popular and common between people at that time. After that, many inventors tried to develop this idea and make it a reality that is useable by people. In 1980, Steve Mann invented the first wearable computer with vision systems that people envision with....   [tags: combination of real image with virtual one]
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Orbital Hybridization - Hybridization, in summary and in simple explanation, is the combination and transformation of an atom’s original orbitals forming special orbitals to have the ability to bond with others. When an atom experiences and goes through the process of hybridizing, the electron model is modified to depict it using special orbitals to form new molecules. Since it is already known that only valence electrons are used in atom or molecule bonding, only outside, valence orbitals change. Therefore, hybridization does not add or remove any original orbitals associated with an atom but only refigures them....   [tags: atom, transformation, combination, sp, sp2, sp3]
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Subtle Differences of Studying Permutations and Combinations - ... According to Thomas & Pirnot (2014), in combinations if we are choosing r objects from a set of n objects and are not interested in the order of the objects, then to count the number of choices, we must divide P (n,r)* by r!. We now state this formally: Formula for computing C(n,r). If we chose r objects from a set of n objects we say we are forming a combination of n objects taken r at a time. The notation C (n,r) denotes of number of such combinations (Thomas & Pirnot, (2014), p. 626). Thomas & Pirnot (2014) explanation of The Fundamental Counting Principle (FCP) is as follows: If we want to perform a series of tasks and the first task can be done in a ways, the second can be done in b...   [tags: line, mathematics, poker]
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Guitar Hero’s Powerful Learning Sound - Introduction Regardless of whether one is musically inclined, most can agree they enjoy the sanctity of music. Music speaks to most on a personal level, with a stronghold on various ideas of how a particular song speaks to an individual’s identity. In addition to music offering a sense of peace and identity, music may also bring out the spirit of competition among friends, peers, and strangers. Combining video games with music creates a unique environment in which a wide array of players can join in regardless of how much music experience they have in real life....   [tags: combination between video games and music]
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Factorial Design Experiments Involvling Combinations of Independent Variables - ... In the identity-threat condition, their partner held sexist views. For instance, they would strongly agree with statements such as “I could not work for a female boss because women can be overly emotional and sensitive”. In the identity-safety condition, the partner was presented as nonsexist and strongly disagreed with sexist statements. The second independent variable in their 2 x 3 design was word type with three levels: 1) social-identity threatening; 2) illness threatening; and 3) nonthreatening....   [tags: sexism, hypothesis, conditioning] 1341 words
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Probability Involving Combinations - Probability Involving Combinations ‘Emma and Lucy are playing with arrangements of their names. One arrangement of Lucy is: L U C Y A different arrangement is: Y L C U So basically I had to investigate how the number of permutations for words alters depending on the letters that make up that word, starting off with looking at Lucy and then comparing it to Emma, and after that extending it to look at any word with various letters....   [tags: Papers] 3567 words
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The Use of Hues in Design - In the world of design there are a few key words and terms that help define how we see colors, think of colors, and use colors. Not every color has a name and if we created a name for every single different shade, tone, tint, or saturation of a color, we would run out of names. The closest we have to a name for these colors is the most basic of terms called the Hue. The Hue is in all generality, the name of a color. It serves no purpose but to give a name to a color to give someone an idea of what it may look like....   [tags: color, value, combinations]
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Merger And Acquisition - In the world of growing economy and globalization, major companies on both domestic and international markets struggle to achieve the optimum market share possible. Every day business people from top to lower management work to achieve a common goal – being the best at what you do, and getting there as fast as possible. As companies work hard to beat their competitors they assume various tactics to do so. Some of their tactics may include competing in the market of their core competence, thus, insuring that they have the optimal knowledge and experience to have a fighting chance against their rivals in the same business; hostile takeovers; or the most popular way to achieve growth and domina...   [tags: Business Combinations] 842 words
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Investigating Different Combinations of Springs - Investigating Different Combinations of Springs IDEAS: SERIES IDEA I think that when I connect springs in series that the extension will increase/double in size because if you use double the amount of springs then you'd double the natural length. If you add a weight, the weight will pull the first spring and the first spring would pull the second. PARALLEL IDEA I think that when I connect springs in parallel the extension will decrease/halve in size because if you add a 100g weight between two springs the weight would be evenly distributed between the two, so each have 50g each, so therefore only stretch half the distance than before....   [tags: Papers] 3198 words
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Combinations in Pascal's Triangle - Combinations in Pascal’s Triangle Pascal’s Triangle is a relatively simple picture to create, but the patterns that can be found within it are seemingly endless. Pascal’s Triangle is formed by adding the closest two numbers from the previous row to form the next number in the row directly below, starting with the number 1 at the very tip. This 1 is said to be in the zeroth row. After this you can imagine that the entire triangle is surrounded by 0s. This allows us to say that the next row (row one) is formed by adding 0+1 to equal 1 and 1+0 to equal 1 making the next row 1 1....   [tags: Mathematics Math]
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Parallel Combinational Chemistry to Produce Ester - Esters are defined as molecules consisting of a carbonyl group which is adjacent to an ether linkage. They are polar molecules which are less polar than alcohols but more so than ethers, due to their degree of hydrogen bonding ability. Most often derived from reacting an alcohol with a carboxylic acid, esters are a unique, ubiquitous class of compounds with many useful applications in both natural and industrial processes 1. For example, within mammals, esters are used in triglycerides and other lipids as they are the main functional group attacking fatty acids to the glycerol chain 2....   [tags: fisher esterification,carboxylic acid, grape odour]
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Commincation Today - Commincation Today The business world today is more challenging than it ever has been. Effective communication is one of the many qualities one must have to succeed. It helps one present ideas, manage employees, and handle customers. Presenting ideas is what makes businesses grow and evolve. An idea, being a formulated thought or opinion, is hard to put into words at times. Knowing how to transfer one’s thoughts into words can become the most effective aspect in communication. For example, if one was to stumble over words and fill sentences with long pauses during a business proposal, that person is not as likely to close the deal as one who speaks fluently with a steady flow of thoughts...   [tags: Essays Papers] 349 words
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Approaches to Writing History - The claim is true but it has its exceptions,since both areas of knowledge contribute to understand the past in order to create the future ; evidence is the essence of both fields. History has clearly developed into an area of monumental importance. History is merely a compilation of evidence left. Historians beat history into something acceptable from mainstream values. This degradation of knowledge is also apparent in both human and natural sciences. This quote is examined and it is evident that both history and science change, first distorting the facts in order to shape it into the conventional opinion, and slowly change as society is changing....   [tags: compilation of views and evidence] 1138 words
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Emotional Journeys and Richard Rodriguez - Emotional journeys also create feelings of entertainment, passion, growth, and critical thinking. In the highly praised book made up of a compilation of essays titled Darling by Richard Rodriguez the normal system of human social elements and emotional responses are assessed and analyzed. The book Darling despite its subtitle as a spiritual autobiography is more so an account of a spiritual journey and not so much a biography of one idea. In fact, it is more so a biography of multiple intertwining thoughts and ideas that range from the relationship between different landscapes, the rights of women and gay peoples, as well as the struggle of sexual orientation and religion....   [tags: Darling, Compilation of Essays, Literary Analysis]
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Amy Hempel’s compilation of Allegories and the Resemblance to Scorpions - Many people assume that science is persistently correct in numerous ways because of its research and innovation provided in today’s society. However, in the stories The Harvest and Going written by Amy Hempel, the author compares the distraught characters to scorpion like tendencies to attest that humans resemble animals, unreasonably more than science text books have lead us to believe. Conversely, it has become common today to dismiss this argument due to Hempel’s intricate writing style. It is often said that scorpions have nothing in common with humans....   [tags: science, the harvest, emotional tendencies]
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mass commication and how it affects todays youth - From Eminem’s hardcore explicit lyrics, to Lil Kim’s outrageous outfits to the late Tupac Shakur’s “thug life” image, the rap subculture has been under a lot of speculation. Many rappers lyrics contain violent messages that parents fear are encouraging youth to become violent. The media has a field day covering protests against rappers, such as Eminem about their explicit lyrics towards gays, women and their promotion of violence. The main concern is how rap is influencing today, particularly towards the youth community, and the answer can be found in the media....   [tags: essays research papers] 2978 words
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Jobs in America, edited by David Ramm - ... Overall, if a person wants a high paying job, they have to get a higher education. College has become almost necessary in order to get a job that pays an adequate amount. It is not necessary to go to college in order to make a living or become financially secure, but if a person wants to earn the amount of money they can potentially earn, college is recommended. The more college a person is in, the more they will make. Other factors that affect jobs are the market size and personal amenities....   [tags: compilation of articles]
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Identity as a Compilation of Mona, Addie, and Billy Pilgrim - A major theme in Mona In the Promised Land is the disconnection of Mona from her traditional Chinese culture. The implications of her break with her culture include a salvation through her Judaism, as well as the exclusion from her family as a rebellious younger daughter, destined to fail in the shadow of their Harvard-attendee: Callie. However, Mona learns for herself that there is no prescription family and that her role in her own family is what she defines it to be. This revelation, though, does not come without many doubts and grievances....   [tags: American Literature] 742 words
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A Formal Literary Analysis of a Compilation Withholding “A Sound of Thunder”, “The Most Dangerous Game”, “Black Boy”, “The Necklace”, “The Birds”, “Th - “Shoot all the bluejays you want, if you can hit ’em, but remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird” (Lee 90). As can be seen in the essence of the epigraph of To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee has contrived an eclipsing, contemporary novel of prestigious influence, exalted for being a paragon of literature. However, its continuum is ponderously subjected upon the characterization of the novel’s protagonist, Scout. For fictional, allegorical literature bereft elemental story variants may be rendered less than useless....   [tags: Literacy Analysis ]
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Content for Glimepiride + Metformin - Content for Glimepiride + Metformin Background: The worldwide prevalence of diabetes mellitus (DM) has increased dramatically in the past 20 years. Insulin resistance occurs early in type 2 disease. This leads to progressive beta cell failure and overt diabetes. Though monotherapy can slow down this process, it does not prevent the progression of the disease. To address, both insulin resistance and beta cell dysfunction, combination therapy is required. Clinical evidence suggests that combination therapy using oral antidiabetic agents with complementary mechanisms of action such as a sulfonylurea/metformin may be highly effective in achieving and maintaining target blood glucose levels ....   [tags: Research Analysis ] 1453 words
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Latent Fingerprint and Vein Matching Using Ridge Feature Identification - I. INTRODUCTION Now a days, Biometrics maps to a new civilian applications of commercial use. Automatic Fingerprint Identification System(AFIS) appeared as an essential tool for all the biometrics and the law enforcement agencies[1].The demand of the secured biometric system, now lead to the growth in the features and individualities for the responsibility of quite complicated fingerprint and finger-vein present in the fingertips of the fingerprint. This important technology is widely used in area-access control, Pc login, and e-commerce....   [tags: biometrics, matching technique]
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Living Long and Healthy Lives with HIV - ... This is determined mainly by measuring your levels of CD4, which are infection-fighting cells, in your blood. Antiretroviral drugs HIV is treated with antiretrovirals (ARVs), which work against the HIV infection by slowing down the spread of the virus in the body. A combination of ARVs is used because HIV can quickly adapt and become resistant to one single ARV. Patients tend to take three or more types of ARV medication. This is known as combination therapy or antiretroviral therapy (ART). Some antiretroviral drugs have been combined into one pill, known as a "fixed dose combination"....   [tags: diagnosis, post-exposure prophylaxis, blood] 546 words
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The Great Work of Ludwig Wittgenstein on Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus - Ludwig Wittgenstein was an Austrian-British philosopher who contributed significantly in the fields of mathematics, logic, and language. The work he contributed throughout his life can be split into two parts, his earlier and later work. Arguably his greatest contribution came from his earlier works, mostly from the “Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus”. According Biletzki, Wittgenstein “addresses the central problems of philosophy which deal with the world, thought and language, and presents a “solution” (as Wittgenstein terms it) of these problems which is grounded in logic and in the nature of representation”....   [tags: mathematics, logic, language] 1081 words
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Immunosuppressive Drug Regimens - Throughout the past few decades, lung transplantation has been an effective measure for patients suffering critical respiratory illnesses, although this procedure is not without the need for long-term monitoring and use of immunosuppressive drug regimens. Before lung transplantation may take place, immunosuppressives such as cyclosporine (Cyc) and tacrolimus (Tac), both in combination with other immunusuppressives such as azathioprine (Aza) or mycophenolate mofetil (MMF), must be compared to provide maximal patient survival with minimal over-suppression....   [tags: Medical Science]
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Free Hamlet Essays: Hamlet's Inability to Take Action - Hamlet's Inability to Take Action "To be, or not to be, that is the question."(Hamlet) This is the question that plagues Hamlet through the entire play. Should I live or should I die, should I take revenge for my father's death. These are all issues that Hamlet battles within himself. Hamlet's indecision is followed by inaction. The reason for this struggle with indecision can be based on many factors or on a combination of a few. As illustrated through his speeches and soliloquies Hamlet has the mind of a true thinker....   [tags: The Tragedy of Hamlet Essays] 593 words
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Applying the Engineering Project Design Process to a Simple Electrical Circuit Problem - RE: Electrical Lab Report The purpose of this project was to apply the engineering design process to a simple electrical circuit problem. The goal is to design and build a specific electrical circuit. A small breadboard, 25 common resistors, and jumper wires were given to construct a voltage divider. The project requires students to understand Ohm’s Law, Kirchhoff’s Current and Voltage Laws. The project can be broken into two parts. The first part is solving voltage drop and resistance needed to drop that much voltage....   [tags: electrical lab report] 878 words
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Achieving Goodwill in a Business - ... The new standard requires all business combinations initiated after March 2004 must use purchase method for accounting, no longer amortized but tested annually for impairment. This is now more in line with the GAAP and the Financial Accounting Standard Board (FASB) which issued the Statement of Financial Accounting Standards (SFAS) 141 –Business combinations and 142 – Goodwill and other Intangible assets in July of 2001. These initiatives eliminated a number of differences between IFRS and US GAAP in accounting for business combinations before 2004 and aimed to assure increased comparability of financial statements and improve transparency of accounting and reporting of business combinat...   [tags: accounting, amortized, impairment] 1144 words
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Microeconomics: The Production Possibilities Curve - 1. Given the information I would suspect, even without evidence, that the economy might not be able to produce all the schools and beds it wants because there are inevitable constraints on any nation’s economy despite how big or small it is. On an economy’s production cycle, there are four main constraints (DukeEconomics, 2012). These are land, labour, capital and entrepreneurship. Land resources include natural resources like arable land, animals, water, etc (Jain and Ohri, 2010, p. 159). Capital encompasses man-made items like buildings and equipment; and these items are integral to present and future productivity in an economy....   [tags: entrepreneurship, goods and services]
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