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  • The High Frequency Receiver Function

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    their assumption. There are several places to improve in terms of clarity, English grammar, syntax from abstract to conclusion. My major comments on each section are as follow: Abstract: It is great that authors try to incorporate seismicity in the region to map the intra-crustal interface, but they do not show it. In line

  • Questions On Primary Conversions And Multiples

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    Table 2 present arrival times of primary conversions and multiples, but it is challenging to see those multiples in the RFs and look like noise. Additionally, the authors do not use such a long window in the inversion. Methodology: The authors try to summarize three different methods, but few statements are not correct and others give different meaning. They can move “Receiver Functions” section to the observations section as those are really the secondary observations obtained using the deconvolution

  • Essay on New England Vs. Chesapeake DBQ

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    people of the New England region and of the Chesapeake region descended from the same English origin, by 1700 both regions had traveled in two diverse directions. Since both of these groups were beset with issues that were unique to their regions and due to their exposure to different circumstances, each was forced to rethink and reconstruct their societies. As a result, the differences in the motivation, geography, and government in the New England and Chesapeake regions caused great divergence in

  • Analysis Of The Swiss Parent Company Of Fluss Washer And Dryer

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    organizational structure changed from a geographical structured company to a product oriented company. In 2006, Linden changed FWD’s worldwide regional structure from three regions worldwide to six regions worldwide. The worldwide regions were originally broken up into Asia, the Americas, and Europe; but Linden wanted six regions worldwide; mature and developing Asian countries, Europe, Africa, and the Americas were

  • A Brief Note On Asian Development Bank ( Adb )

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    This section outlines concise summary on various published repots that have used performance indicators to analyze collected data to provide information on performance of water utilities. The researches that were studied on are: 1. Asian Development Bank (ADB) (2004) 2. International Benchmarking Network for Water and Sanitation Utilities (IBNET) (2009) 3. Ministry of Environmental Protection (2009) 1. Asian Development Bank (ADB) (Andrews & Yñiguez, 2004) This study on Water in Asian Cities provides

  • Regional Planning And Regional Development Strategies

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    Regional planning literature, for instance Barca (2009) suggests that there are various strategies which can be used to stimulate development (regional/national) and these can be categorised into classes, including inter alia, place neutral and place based development strategies. This paper however, dwells much on the analysis of the arguments levelled in support of placed based development strategies as a recipe for regional development, with reference to Zimbabwe’s provinces. By and large, development

  • Tanglewood Case 1

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    Staffing Services REE: Tanglewood Retail Case Date: July 18th, 2010 Every business in the global market has to have some sort of staffing strategy in order to be successful. Tanglewood Retail store is one of the big and puplor retailers among 12 regions locally and ovbersees. After I examined the report that you provide me with, I have analyized the stafffing strategy decisions as below with my recommindiation. Acquirer or develop talent, Core or flexible workforce: After reviewing the Tanglewood

  • Evaluation Of Norm Sample

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    (foundations of problem solving and applied problem solving). Additionally, data from the U.S. Bureau of the Census (2004) reinforced the integrity of the normative sample to establish the target counts in age, grade and season, race/ethnicity, geographic region and socioeconomic status. Ages/Grades of Students To accomplish an age norm sample, the KeyMath-3 DA tested students beginning from the ages of 4 years 6 months through 21 years 11 months. In order to accommodate the goal of testing 220 students

  • The Change Of The Furniture Industry

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    division structure allows the multinational to operate using division that takes care of various business functions including production, marketing, sales, and finance. In this case, the regions represent the divisions of the group that will allow IKEA to establish its operations in various nations under the 6 regions. A geographical area division structure would be ideal for the company to implement a global expansion strategy.

  • Color Of Modernity

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    relation to modernity and progress. The paulistas considered themselves at the top of the national hierarchy, Weinstein explains, and were determined to maintain this position against the encroaching hordes from the impoverished and backwards Nordeste region, cast as a symbol of blackness, indolence and primitiveness. The paulista insistence on a