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  • Characterism In The Grass Is Singing By Doris Lessing

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    The most creative of contemporary British writers and the recipient of more than twenty literary prizes and awards, Doris May Tayler was born in Kermanshah, Persia and grew up in Southern Rhodesia until 1949. She came to England with the youngest of her three children and with the manuscript of her first novel, The Grass Is Singing. The novel was published in 1950, and gained its author immediate success. Since then she has never stopped writing, producing a huge number of novels, short stories

  • I Want To Be A Pre-Med Student

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    internship underlined the importance of medicine in society for me, and it showed me what I want to do in the future. As a result, I am forever in debt to the opportunity that Dr. Tehrany gave me and I hope to shadow his footsteps in the future,” said Kermanshah, one of the recent students that shadowed Dr. Tehrany. As a result of the students’ fragility that can occur during the shadowing process, Dr. Tehrany highlights the “importance of having a guide or mentor”. In his interview, Dr. Tehrany cordially

  • Appropriate Observation Paper

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    The ideal habitats for N. kaiseri are water pools and waterfalls (). The pattern of habitat selection in N. kaiseri is characterized by high occurrence in sandy substrates. This is presumably due to high velocity of water at the inner parts of the stream channel (Sharifi and Assadian, 2004) Sharifi et al, 2008). Pools and streamlets where this species is found are covered with different algae. N. kaiseri feeds on most small invertebrates particularly insects and their larvae in nature habitat and

  • Impact Of Gmo Production On Engineering

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    Section 3: Impact of GMO production on Engineering in the Islamic Republic of Iran According to the International Service for the Acquisition of Agribiotech Applications, the world’s major manufacturers of GM crops are the United States, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, India and China. The latest findings show that the production of genetically modified crops has grown rapidly and after 12 years, 25 countries have assigned 125 million acres of their agricultural lands to raising genetically modified

  • The Iranian Language Essay

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    Today the Iranian languages are spoken from Central Turkey, Syria and Iraq in the west to Pakistan and the western edge of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China in the east. In the North, its outposts are Ossetic in the central Caucasus and Yaghnobi and Tajik Persian in Tajikistan in Central Asia, while in the South they are bounded by the Persian Gulf, except for the Kumzari enclave on the Masandam peninsula in Oman. Historically, the New Iranian stage overlaps with the Islamization of Iranian-speaking

  • ‚ÄúAn international market in human organs is not only inevitable but also desirable.‚Äù Discuss.

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    “An international market in human organs is not only inevitable but also desirable.” Discuss. Over the last few decades the advances made in the fields of surgical technology have led to an increase in the number of people comfortable with having an organ transplant. Every year, thousands of people, from around the world, are being added to the waiting list to receive organs. Even though the number of people willingly to donate their organs has increased due to the constant campaigns made by government

  • The Age of Elderlyin Iran is Changing

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    Background: The population ageing phenomenon has started in many of developing countries like Iran. Most developed countries have accepted the age of “65” years as a definition of “elderly”, but some developing countries like Iran consider the age of “60”. We aimed to compare the physical and mental health of people who aged 60-64 years with those who aged 65-69 years in order to determine if the definition of elderly in our country is true. Methods: This cross-sectional study was conducted between

  • Positive Attitudes Toward Medical Ethics

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    In this study, of the whole 380 subjects under study, 47.7% (180 subjects) were men, and 52.6% (200 subjects) were women. Moreover, all subjects belonged to the 19-27 age range, and the mean and standard deviation of samples’ age were 22.48±2.7. In terms of marital status, the majority of subjects were single (77.1% or 293 subjects). Additionally, in terms of education, 180 subjects (47.4%) were medical students, 113 subjects (29.7%) were majoring in nursing, and 87 subjects (22.9%) were midwifery

  • The Role Of Dea Is A Linear Programming Methodology Measuring The Model Affects The Results?

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    The related research uses a variety of variables. Based on the nature of DEA, the number of variables in the model affects the results. Given imperfect data, researchers often must make tradeoffs in selecting input and output variables. In this research, in order to verify the stability of the DEA model, a stability test is conducted by changing the number of inputs and outputs. To get a fuller picture, four models are developed for this test. Spearman correlation coefficients are calculated to assess

  • The Marketing Strategy Of KFC

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    2.3 Marketing Strategies Nowadays, the marketing concept has been broadened to have a strategic role in overall firm’s strategy rather than being just a part of functional management, this overlapping between marketing and strategic management has resulted in the increase of managers awareness about the importance of initiating marketing strategies in order to be able to compete effectively in the market. Hamper & Baugh (1990) offered a very interesting definition of strategic marketing, which says: