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The United Arab Emirates – A study in survival

2007 Middle Eastern Studies  
Essentially, viewed within a Weberian variant of modernisation theory, the strengthening of the structures which allowed for the stability in the first place can in many cases be seen to have gone too  ...  reforms, a more diversified economy, and a stronger civil society. ii  ...  We want to create a place for regional blue chips to find financial solutions and a place for international banks to seek regional investment opportunities. "162 -The UAE's banking sector and the Central  ... 
doi:10.1080/00263200701576454 fatcat:rxdk5c5rbrbtbfr3yyrakdc4zq

Book Reviews Vol VI No3, full text

Contributing Authors
1996 The Northern Mariner  
The author also has a firm grasp of technology and a knack for explaining it in an easily understood way.  ...  By the 1830s Hamburg was like a spider in a thin radial web and nearly all traffic to and from the north had to pass the town.  ...  For any regular force naval officer -RN or RCN -this tale will be a nostalgic review of a life that began for its author in May 1939 with his entry as a 13-year old Dartmouth cadet, and largely finishes  ... 
doi:10.25071/2561-5467.718 fatcat:q3gexd25g5djxj7xj7h7kr4fka

Whole Issue

Diana Villanueva-Romero
2017 Ecozon@  
Artoo, doncha know, uses his cuteness for good. Jar-Jar, a repulsive Stepin Fetchit clone, dooms the Galactic Republic with his failed adorkability.  ...  Points to Heller: he wants to argue for sentience, the ability to feel, and not rationality, as the criterion for personhood and rights.  ...  A number of articles on virtual reality and the environment have appeared in ISLE, and our sister journal, Green Letters, published a special number on 'Digital Environments' in November 2014.  ... 
doi:10.37536/ecozona.2017.8.2.2046 fatcat:w4rk4zgqqzcf3jvklu3ts43szm

Defect At Manitoulin Permaculture

Matthew Zucca, University, My, University, My
The literature on technology and technopolitics is beginning to take shape around a series of unanswered questions regarding the role and potential of objects in social life.  ...  The purpose of this research was to describe technopolitics on a permaculture farm.  ...  Acknowledgements It is my pleasure and honor to write these acknowledgements, as I received the gift of knowing and being helped by a great many people while at the University of Ottawa.  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-24070 fatcat:zplflmbt45dntgd4tpt7csvkjq

International Symposium on Plant Health in Urban Horticulture: Braunschweig, Germany, from May 22 to May 25, 2000

International Symposium On Plant Health In Urban Horticulture 1 2000 Braunschweig, Julius Kühn Institut
Each author is responsible for her/his own manuscript. © Biologische Bundesanstalt für Land-und Forstwirtschaft Das Werk ist urheberrechtlich geschützt.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was partially supported by ZRINJEVAC, a horticultural association of the Zagreb municipality. Authors wish to express their thanks to Mrs. Z.  ...  Supuka (from Project COST, Action E 12 "Urban forest and trees") for partial financial support in final arrangement of this work.  ... 
doi:10.5073/20210706-085646 fatcat:5epav5spvrdaxmw22yi25levfy

Three American Frontiers: Writings of Thomas D. Clark

Gilbert C. Fite, Holman Hamilton
1969 Journal of American History  
for Home"; and "Hew to the Line, Let the Chips Fall Where They May."  ...  For the succeeding decennial reports, planners of the census gave careful attention to the state of health in the nation.  ...  of the Mississippi River, and for its southern  ... 
doi:10.2307/1904215 fatcat:lx5k2v5slrdwzkzpbkqfis43zy

Center for nonverbal studies

2003 ChoiceReviews  
Items in this Dictionary have been researched by anthropologists, archaeologists, biologists, linguists, psychiatrists, psychologists, semioticians, and others who have studied human communication from a  ...  David Givens began studying "body language" for his Ph.D. in anthropology at the University of Washington in Seattle.  ...  David Givens was a member of a team of anthropologists, linguists, astronomers, nuclear physicists, psychologists and materials scientists charged by the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.40sup-0079 fatcat:zi5s5wxf2nhene2zyhbbhfsulu

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Daniel Mendelsohn, Stephau Reebs, Katharine Biomechanics, Evolutionaiy Anthems, Adam Sunnners, Fern Relations, Robert Mohknbrock, Marc Cohen, Laurence Marschall, Charles Liu, I October, Joe Rao (+2 others)
2004   unpublished
Programs take place aboard small, elegant ships, each one ideally suited to fostering a setue of camaraderie and a spirit of exploration.  ...  Our unique voyages of discovery cojnbine the pleasure and ease of small-ship cruising tvith the satisfaction of learning while you travel Sailing with a companionable group of expert study leaders you'll  ...  Such axes v/ere a Paleolithic inven- tion-rounded at one end to fit in the palm, pointed at the other end, chipped and fractured to a cutting edge along the perimeter.  ... 

Contributions to Big Geospatial Data Rendering and Visualisations

DA Tully
A modern GPU can vastly outperform web technologies for real-time rendering.  ...  The stakeholders in question are as follows, but not limited too; fire and rescue, police, city planners, property developers.  Traffic Simulation and Visualisation technologies can be inputted into 3D  ... 
doi:10.24377/ljmu.t.00006685 fatcat:wzjyfwzev5bz5ceiw2lpkekokm

I illustrates concepts and commentary with over 200 photographs and drawings of excavation sites, methodology and processes, and tools and equipment The Archaeology Coursebook an introduction to study skills, topics and methods The Archaeology Coursebook

New York, Jim Grant, Sam Gorin, Neil Fleming
2002 unpublished
Acknowledgements We are very grateful to those below for supplying illustrations and permission to use them.  ...  Waste material also provides a signature for particular processes whether it is chippings from roughly dressed stone or slag from smelting iron.  ...  However, while PPG 16 is not law, planners need to have good reasons for not following its advice.  ... 

Terrains of Consciousness: Multilogical Perspectives on Globalization

Zeno Ackermann, Isabel Karremann, Simi Malhotra, Nishat Zaidi
It entails a collective doing and knowing that results in new stories for our time that Haraway calls the Chthulucene, after a spider that dwells in the ground and embodies, for Haraway, the "chthonic  ...  of its continuation of casteism as a cultural technology of domination and exploitation.  ... 
doi:10.25972/wup-978-3-95826-169-3 fatcat:h6bmpprvzzgrxgucyi2dihouy4

Uncommon belonging: redefining identity, rethinking community in contemporary caribbean fiction

Σοφία Γρ. Γκέρτζου
through the introduction of different texts, voices and narratives that achieve an "opening" up of identity and community to all possibilities, beyond the sole inscription of being black or being colonized for  ...  It is posited instead as a formation that is caught up in an ongoing negotiation where both subject and community can stand as mutually transformative to one another.  ...  Although the "Western urban planner sees Texaco as a tumor on the urban order. Incoherent. Insalubrious….  ... 
doi:10.26262/ fatcat:gquavcbbgngorjrpz4s6hkcgqi


Anne Hickling-Hudson, Julie Mathews, Annette Woods
Acknowledgements Thanks to Ravinder Sidhu for helpful comments on an earlier draft of this chapter.  ...  Acknowledgements I thank The University of Queensland for the award of the International Postgraduate Research Scholarship.  ...  and technologies.  ... 

"Bird with a broken leg" and "Whiteness and Australian fiction" [article]

Adam Morris
CONTENTS Bird with a Broken Leg ................................................  ...  The essay demonstrates that whiteness has been a major issue in many of these works, and that social justice novels of this kind have led to progressive changes in fostering a more contemplative and compassionate  ...  "Fish and chips tonight?" Dean asked, tying a rough knot in the top of his bag. "They're still doing fish and chips on Fridays or what?"  ... 
doi:10.4225/23/59924fdf85d51 fatcat:3hn6i4px7vh3hdbqfrpd5iao6q

Paradoxes of particularity: Caribbean literary imaginaries PARADOXES OF PARTICULARITY: CARIBBEAN LITERARY IMAGINARIES Title and Department ___________________________________________ Date PARADOXES OF PARTICULARITY: CARIBBEAN LITERARY IMAGINARIES

Heidi Lavine, Heidi Lavine, Heidi Lavine
2010 unpublished
writers, the fundamental basis for a unified sense of-Caribbeanness.‖ This project dubs the phenomenon the-paradox of particularity,‖ and identifies it as a postcolonial rhetorical strategy in twentieth-century  ...  Moreover, these Caribbean texts paradoxically emphasize discrete identities based on racial pasts and language communities, even as they forward a Pan-Caribbean ideology: uniqueness is, for many Caribbean  ...  of a fundamental -sameness‖ between the isle of Great Britain and the isle of Jamaica.  ... 
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