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WHAT TO DO IF TRAPPED IN A LIFT WITH A DENTIST

WHAT TO DO IF TRAPPED IN A LIFT WITH A DENTIST

a nation scared to move or breathe and government can rule with easecos frightened voters don't protest when they know government knows bestso don't accept what you are told and don't believe the lies you're soldthink for yourself be smart and proud don't just do what is allowedby men in suits who live for power stand firm and we will have our hour5 THINGS YOU WOULDN'T WANT TO READ IN A TEXT MESSAGE1Hope you're enjoying your evening out, I've just burgled your house,I've left the fridge and cooker and a squashed, dead mouse.Other than those three items, I've taken the bloody lotoh, and your tooth brush has been up my arseyours sincerely, John Prescott.2I saw you last week on the train, you noticed me I thinkI wore a loin cloth and trilby can I take you out for a drink?I followed you home that night so I already know your addressI also went through your wardrobe can you please wear that bright red dress?3I've just been checking my list and it's time to come for youI'll call to collect you tomorrow at around half past twoif you could please be ready to take your last breathI'll be wearing a cloak and scytheYours sincerely, Death.4You don't know me but I'm your real father5Your phone isn't working, you must be imagining this sentence.CLONING AROUNDI heard on the news today they've cloned a sniffer dogand now there's global panic that they'll go the whole hog
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A FATAL HOMECOMING

A FATAL HOMECOMING

Richard considered reminding his wife that Beatrice was also his daughter - albeit stepdaughter - and that (technically, anyway) it was he who would have the final say over whom she would wed. He stopped himself just in time, realising that, although this might be the legal situation, in reality Marguerite was right. ‘You can’t protect her forever, you know – and she’s already in her middle twenties. Etienne managed to have Mathilde wedded just last year, and time is quickly running out for Josephine.’ Mathilde was Richard’s granddaughter, and his son and daughter-in-law had had the devil of a time convincing her to get married. Despite the young woman’s initial reservations, she was now living happily with her new husband across town in their own handsome stone house near the Cathedral. ‘I know how old my daughter is,’ said Marguerite coldly. Richard decided to try a different tack. He began scratching absently at the faded upholstery on the arm of his chair and tried to look nonchalant. ‘I don't see why you still bear a grudge against the Bellimonts, anyway. Jean's a fine fellow, and his son Claude is making his way very well in the world. They were once a poor family, but Jean is Deputy Bailli in all but name these days, and Claude is a well-regarded and talented apprentice vintner. You need have no worries about his prospects.’ Marguerite gave her husband a withering look - one he'd never witnessed from her before and would never have guessed she possessed. It was alarming. He thought he knew this woman! ‘That's not what I have against him, as well you know,’
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CHALICE

CHALICE

www.buddhasauthor.com 2 Darkness will settle on the people of Cambodia. There will be houses but no people in them, roads but no travelers; the land will be ruled by barbarians with no religion; blood will run so deep as to touch the belly of the elephant. Only the deaf and the mute will survive. Ancient Cambodian Prophecy Deal with difficult situations like a dog. If you can‘t eat it or hump it. Piss on it and walk away Not so ancient English Prophecy

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BIMAT

BIMAT

tooth adventures. The Tinju warrior returns. This time it’s personal! 5 Prologue The exhaustion had started to take its toll. It had been a long frightening day, and all he now wanted to do was eat and replace his energy. Something in the distance caught his attention. ‘Food’ he thought as he made his way over to a white suspended object and took a large ravenous bite. He felt a searing pain in his mouth and then water rushed past his face as he was dragged along. Panic set in as he struggled for breath. Helpless and confused, he hurtled toward a large object. “Look matey, I’ve caught one” beamed Spock, as he swung the rod and took hold of the little fish. “Mate it’s a monster, lucky if it would cover a Ritz cracker” said an unimpressed Stu, sarcastically, “Put it back in the sea, maybe you will catch again it when it grows up to be two inches long,” he chuckled. “Oh yes! And what have you caught then, hmm?” 6
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A MSSIAH

A MSSIAH

she? A mystery, and proud to be so. She moved me, and that is all that matters. That sheexisted and touched the lives of others. Do I mourn at her passing? Oh yes, I miss her so.And yet, and yet. She is not gone.LIGHTS COME UP SLOWLY, REVEALING A ‘WOMEN’S PEACE CAMP’ OUTSIDE A MILITARYBASE, AS JUDY ENTERS.PETRA: Hi, Judy.JUDY: Hi, Petra, what 's happening ?PETRA: The story so far ? Evolution. Getting smart, slow but steady. Knocked down, dragged backnow and again, still climbing.JUDY: Where are we going ?PETRA: Who knows.JUDY: Where have we been ?PETRA: Well, pay your regards to Ramapithecus, Homo Habilis, Homo Erectus, Homo Neanderthal,and Homo Sapiens, with a kindly nod to our cousins, the madames Australopithecus. Wave ahand to barbarism, feudalism, imperialism, fascism, communism and feminism.JUDY: Yeah ? What about sadism and masochism ?PETRA: Said it, fascism and communism. Spare a thought for Jehovah, Zeus, Odin, Ra, Vishnu,Jupiter.JUDY: Roll up ! Roll up ! Take your pick !PETRA: A god a day keeps the devil at bay. Who 's your chosen one, one, Judy ?JUDY : God ? Give me a gun. It's all bullshit, howling at the moon.SINGING FROM OFF-STAGE CATCHES THEIR ATTENTION.JUDY: It's Mad Donna. Pleased with the world. You be nice to her.JUDY: As always.DONNA, HEAVY WITH CHILD, ENTERS.PETRA: Hi, Donna.DONNA: Hal-lo, girls.JUDY PACES ROUND DONNA, TAKING IN THE FACT OF HER PREGNANCY.JUDY: Got yourself knocked up, I see.DONNA : (PROUDLY) My baby. (SHE PATS HER BULGE)
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A HAPPY BOY

A HAPPY BOY

CHAPTER XII............................................................................................................. 84 CHAPTER I. His name was Oyvind, and he cried when he was born. But no sooner did he sit up on his mother's lap than he laughed, and when the candle was lit in the evening the room rang with his laughter, but he cried when he was not allowed to reach it. "Something remarkable will come of that boy!" said the mother. A barren cliff, not a very high one, though, overhung the house where he was born; fir and birch looked down upon the roof, the bird-cherry strewed flowers over it. And on the roof was a little goat belonging to Oyvind; it was kept there that it might not wander away, and Oyvind bore leaves and grass up to it. One fine day the goat leaped down and was off to the cliff; it went straight up and soon stood where it had never been before. Oyvind did not see the goat when he came out in the afternoon, and thought at once of the fox. He grew hot all over, and gazing about him, cried,-- "Killy-killy-killy-killy-goat!" "Ba-a-a-a!" answered the goat, from the brow of the hill, putting its head on one side and peering down. At the side of the goat there was kneeling a little girl. "Is this goat yours?" asked she. Oyvind opened wide his mouth and eyes, thrust both hands into his pants and said,-- "Who are you?" "I am Marit, mother's young one, father's fiddle, the hulder of the house, granddaughter to Ola Nordistuen of the Heidegards, four years old in the autumn, two days after the frost nights--I am!"
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A LESSON LEARNED

A LESSON LEARNED

To Tommy, my constant inspiration! A LESSON LEARNED By E. King and Langdon Hues 1983, Honduras “Do you think we‟re prepared for everything?” The question, uttered friend to friend in a rattly single-engine seaplane, was about the only thing that could cover every possibility of what they were about to do. The pilot of the plane is the one who asked. His name is Eke – pronounced like his initials – E.K. Who knows how he got the name. Eke didn‟t. He just talked shit about it, made up stories to compensate for the odd name. “My parents drank heavily when they named me that,” he told people. His parents, though, didn‟t drink. Eke did. Or at least he used to. But that‟s a long story and part of it has to do with him being here flying with his childhood friend, Bill, over the Patuca River next to the Sierra de Agatta mountain range deep in the Central American country of Honduras. Honduras. It wasn‟t like their homeland, back in Massachusetts. It wasn‟t Massachusetts, sweet home Massachusetts. No. This was different, very different. This was actually Honduras. Look. There it is. They looked. Yes, Honduras. They‟d dreamt of it for years. And now they were flying.
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A MAN'S WOMAN

A MAN'S WOMAN

east, the Freja was caught in a severe nip between two floes and was crushed, sinking in about two hours. We abandoned her, saving 200 days' provisions and all necessary clothing, instruments, etc.... I shall now attempt a southerly march over the ice to Kolyuchin Bay by way of Wrangel Island, where provisions have been cached, hoping to fall in with the relief ships or steam whalers on the way. Our party consists of the following twelve persons: ... All well with the exception of Mr. Ferriss, the chief engineer, whose left hand has been badly frostbitten. No scurvy in the party as yet. We have eighteen Ostiak dogs with us in prime condition, and expect to drag our ship's boat upon sledges. WARD BENNETT, Commanding Freja Arctic Exploring Expedition. Bennett returned this copy of the record to its place in the box, and stood for a moment in the centre of the tent, his head bent to avoid the ridge-pole, looking thoughtfully upon the ground. Well, so far all had gone right—no scurvy, provisions in plenty. The dogs were in good condition, his men cheerful, trusting in him as in a god, and surely no leader could wish for a better lieutenant and comrade than Richard Ferriss—but this hummocky ice—these pressure-ridges which the expedition had met the day before. Instead of turning at once to his ciphering Bennett drew the hood of the wolfskin coat over his head, buttoned a red flannel mask across his face, and, raising the flap of the tent, stepped outside. Under the lee of the tent the dogs were sleeping, moveless bundles of fur, black and white, perceptibly steaming. The three great McClintock sledges, weighted down with the Freja's boats and with the expedition's impedimenta, lay where they had been halted the evening before. In the sky directly in front of Bennett as he issued from the tent three moons, hooped in a vast circle of nebulous light, shone roseate through a fine mist, while in the western heavens streamers of green, orange, and vermilion light, immeasurably vast, were shooting noiselessly from horizon to zenith. But Bennett had more on his mind that morning than mock-moons and auroras.
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A FAMILY MAN

A FAMILY MAN

MRS BUILDER. [Palpably astonished] Athene? But you said you'd done with her? BUILDER. [Smiling] Six weeks ago; but, dash it, one can't have done with one's own daughter. That's the weakness of an Englishman; he can't keep up his resentments. In a town like this it doesn't do to have her living by herself. One of these days it'll get out we've had a row. That wouldn't do me any good. MRS BUILDER. I see. BUILDER. Besides, I miss her. Maud's so self-absorbed. It makes a big hole in the family, Julia. You've got her address, haven't you? MRS BUILDER. Yes. [Very still] But do you think it's dignified, John? BUILDER. [Genially] Oh, hang dignity! I rather pride myself on knowing when to stand on my dignity and when to sit on it. If she's still crazy about Art, she can live at home, and go out to study. MRS BUILDER. Her craze was for liberty. BUILDER. A few weeks' discomfort soon cures that. She can't live on her pittance. She'll have found that out by now. Get your things on and come with me at twelve o'clock. MRS BUILDER. I think you'll regret it. She'll refuse. BUILDER. Not if I'm nice to her. A child could play with me to-day. Shall I tell you a secret, Julia? MRS BUILDER. It would be pleasant for a change. BUILDER. The Mayor's coming round at eleven, and I know perfectly well what he's coming for. MRS BUILDER. Well? BUILDER. I'm to be nominated for Mayor next month. Harris tipped me the wink at the last Council meeting. Not so bad at forty-seven--h'm? I can make a thundering good Mayor. I can do things for this town that nobody else can. MRS BUILDER. Now I understand about Athene. BUILDER. [Good-humouredly] Well, it's partly that. But [more seriously] it's more the feeling I get that I'm not doing my duty by her. Goodness knows whom she
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A DOLL'S HOUSE

A DOLL'S HOUSE

Torvald Helmer. Nora, his wife. Doctor Rank. Mrs. Linde. Nils Krogstad. Helmer's three young children. Anne, their nurse. A Housemaid. A Porter. (The action takes place in Helmer's house.) ACT I (SCENE.--A room furnished comfortably and tastefully, but not extravagantly. At the back, a door to the right leads to the entrance-hall, another to the left leads to Helmer's study. Between the doors stands a piano. In the middle of the left-hand wall is a door, and beyond it a window. Near the window are a round table, arm-chairs and a small sofa. In the right-hand wall, at the farther end, another door; and on the same side, nearer the footlights, a stove, two easy chairs and a rocking-chair; between the stove and the door, a small table. Engravings on the walls; a cabinet with china and other small objects; a small book-case with well-bound books. The floors are carpeted, and a fire burns in the stove. It is winter. A bell rings in the hall; shortly afterwards the door is heard to open. Enter NORA, humming a tune and in high spirits. She is in outdoor dress and carries a number of parcels; these she lays on the table to the right. She leaves the outer door open after her, and through it is seen a PORTER who is carrying a Christmas Tree and a basket, which he gives to the MAID who has opened the door.) Nora. Hide the Christmas Tree carefully, Helen. Be sure the children do not see it until this evening, when it is dressed. (To the PORTER, taking out her purse.) How much?
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A CONVENIENT SOLUTION

A CONVENIENT SOLUTION

A CONVENIENT SOLUTION A Jean Bellimont Mystery by Trevor Whitton Copyright 2012 Trevor Whitton This ebook is licensed for distribution through free-ebooks.net for your personal enjoyment only and may not be sold or reproduced in any way without the author's explicit agreement. All other copies offered via other channels are illegal and a breech of copyright. Although this book is provided free of charge, if you enjoy it a modest donation would be appreciated. Chapter 1 1308 – Troyes, Kingdom of France………

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CÚM A H1N1

CÚM A H1N1

CHOTANI © 2009. Rashid A. Chotani, MD, MPH, DTMAdjunct Assistant ProfessorUniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS)240-367-5370chotani@gmail.comJust-in-Time LectureCúm A(H1N1) (Cúm heo): Sự Bộc Phát Dịch Toàn Cầu (Version 7, first JIT lecture issued April 26; Lecture Updated Daily)Saturday, May 2, 2009CHOTANI © 2009. The Author acknowledges the efforts, hard work and diligence for hosting this lecture, web-management & translations and thanks the entire Supercourse Team, specially the following. Dr. Ronald E. LaPorte, University of Pittsburgh, USA Dr. Eugene Shubnikov, Novosibirsk, AcademicCity, Russia Dr. Faina Linkov, University of Pittsburgh, USA Dr. Mita Lovalekar, University of Pittsburgh, USA Dr. Nicolás Padilla Raygoza, Universidad de Guanajuato, México Dr. Ali Ardalan, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran Dr. Mehrdad Mohajery, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran Dr. Seyed Amir Ebrahimzadeh, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran Dr. Nasrin Rahimian, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran Dr. Mohd Hasni , University of Kebangsaan, Malaysia Dr. Kawkab Shishani, The Hashemite University, Jordan Dr. Nesrine Ezzat Abdlkarim, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon Dr. Khowlah Almohaini, University of Pittsburgh, USA Dr. Duc Nguyen, University of Texas, USADr. Elisaveta Jasna Stikova, University “Ss. Cyril and Methodius”, Skopje, MacedoniaDr. Michèle CAZAUBON, Secrétaire Gle de la Société Française d' Angéiologie, FranceIt is truly a global effort
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A LAODICEAN: A STORY OF TO-DAY

A LAODICEAN: A STORY OF TO-DAY

A Laodicean: A Story of To-Day PREFACE........................................................................................................................... 3 BOOK THE FIRST: George Somerset............................................................................... 4 BOOK THE SECOND: Dare And Havill....................................................................... 103 BOOK THE THIRD: De Stancy..................................................................................... 147 BOOK THE FOURTH: Somerset, Dare And De Stancy............................................... 216 BOOK THE FIFTH: De Stancy And Paula.................................................................... 240 BOOK THE SIXTH: Paula............................................................................................. 319 PREFACE The changing of the old order in country manors and mansions may be slow or sudden, may have many issues romantic or otherwise, its romantic issues being not necessarily restricted to a change back to the original order; though this admissible instance appears to have been the only romance formerly recognized by novelists as possible in the case. Whether the following production be a picture of other possibilities or not, its incidents may be taken to be fairly well supported by evidence every day forthcoming in most counties.
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THUẬT NGỮ HÀNG HẢI A

THUẬT NGỮ HÀNG HẢI A

Acceptance inspection [ək'septəns in'spek∫n] (Sự) kiểm tra để chấp nhậnAccess [ 'ækses ] (Sự) tiếp cận/truy cập; Lối đi vào, lối đi tớiAccess ladder [ 'ækses 'lædə] Thang leo vào, thang dẫn tớiAccess manhole [ 'ækses 'mænhoul] Lỗ người chui vàoAccess means [ 'ækses mi:nz] Phương tiện tiếp cận, phương tiện dẫn tớiAccess opening [ 'ækses 'oupniη] Lỗ chui vào, lỗ dẫn tớiAccess trunk [ 'ækses tr ηk]ʌ Đường hầm/giếng chui vào; Lối kín đi vào, lối dẫn tớiAccessibility [æk,sesi'biliti] Khả năng tới đươc/vào được/tiếp cận đượcAccessible [æk'sesəbl] Có thể đến được/tới được/tiếp cận đượcAccessories [ək'sesəri] Đồ phụ tùng, vật thêm vào, phụ kiệnAccessory [ək'sesəri]Thêm vào, phụ trợ, chi tiếtAccessory arrangement plan[ək'sesəri ə'reind məntʒ plæn]Bản vẽ/sơ đồ bố trí các phụ tùngAccessory layout plan [ ək'sesəri leiaut plæn] Bản vẽ bố trí/lắp đặt các phụ tùngAccidental [,æksi'dentl] Ngẫu nhiên, bất thường, vô ýAccommodation ladder [ə,k mə'dei∫nɔ 'lædə] Cầu thang phòng ở, cầu thang khu sinh hoạtAccumulate, to [ə'kju:mjuleit tu ] Tích luỹ, tích tụ, chất đống, tiếp tục tăngAccumulation [ə,kju:mju'lei∫n] (Sự) tích lũy, tích tụ chất đống, tiếp tục tăngAccumulation test [ə,kju:mju'lei∫n test] (Cuộc) thử tích tụAccumulator [ə'kju:mjuleitə] Ắc qui, thanh ghi trong máy tính1   THU T NG K THU T ANH – VI T Ậ Ữ Ỹ Ậ Ệ   A - AAccumulator battery [ə'kju:mjuleitə 'bætəri] Ắc qui, tổ ắc quiAccuracy ['ækjurəsi] Độ chính xác, (sự) chính xácAcid steel ['æsid sti:l] Thép chịu axit
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THIRTY_YEARS_OF_MERGERS_AND_ACQUISITIONS_RESEARCH-2006

THIRTY_YEARS_OF_MERGERS_AND_ACQUISITIONS_RESEARCH-2006

The recent achievements within each of these research streams are briefly reviewed.However, in parallel to these research advances, the failure rates of mergers and acquisitionshave remained consistently high. Possible reasons for this dichotomy are discussed, which inturn highlight the significant opportunities that remain for future M&A research.30 YEARS OF MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS RESEARCH:RECENT ADVANCES AND FUTURE OPPORTUNITIESIntroductionMergers and acquisitions1continue to be a highly popular form of corporate development. In2004, 30,000 acquisitions were completed globally, equivalent to one transaction every 18minutes. The total value of these acquisitions was $1,900 billion, exceeding the GDP ofseveral large countries.However, in a paradox to their popularity, acquisitions appear to provide at best amixed performance to the broad range of stakeholders involved. While target firmshareholders generally enjoy positive short-term returns, investors in bidding firms frequentlyexperience share price underperformance in the months following acquisition, with negligibleoverall wealth gains for portfolio holders (Agrawal and Jaffe, 2000). Internally managers ofacquiring firms report that only 56% of their acquisitions can be considered successfulagainst the original objectives set for them (Schoenberg, in press). Meanwhile, target firmexecutives experience considerable acculturative stress and, on average, almost 70% depart inthe five years following completion (Krug and Aguilera, 2005).The complex phenomenon which mergers and acquisitions represent has attracted theinterest and research attention of a broad range of management disciplines encompassing thefinancial, strategic, behavioural, operational and cross-cultural aspects of this challenging andhigh risk activity. While in recent years research into the human and psychological aspects of1The terms merger and acquisition are used interchangeably in this paper.M&A have increased in prominence, the M&A literature continues to be dominated byfinancial and market studies, with a high concentration of interest in the USA and UK
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BUDDHA'S TOOTH

BUDDHA'S TOOTH

front, a small door at the rear, and a door at the side leading to a meditation room. The exterior of this small, windowless room, had mosaic tiles formed into murals that depicted a nobleman on a horse, smiling down upon a poor, decrepit individual. It was believed this was the moment when Prince Siddhartha Gautama decided to give up his earthly possessions and begin his journey to enlightenment, eventually becoming known as ‘Buddha’ and entering Nirvana, heaven, whilst still alive. 6 Inside the meditation room was; an embalmed corpse laid out on a stone slab, a foetus in a glass jar, preserved in a clear liquid made from the bark of a local tree, and a skeleton. The monks entered this room for intense meditation on the journey through life and to reflect on birth, death, and the afterlife. Cut into one wall was an entrance with a small tunnel, which led to a large cave, and a heavy golden gate that covered the cave’s mouth. One hooded monk stood guard on either side of the gate. Each carried a small bow and quiver filled with menacing arrows. The handles of their sheathed swords sparkled, even through the dim light. This cave housed the teachings of the Lord Buddha and the Wat’s most valuable possession...four Pre-molars, wisdom teeth of the Holy Buddha, kept in a golden box, about the size of a matchbox and adorned with rubies and sapphires from the nearby mines of Chantaburi. The inner chamber of the main temple was basic, with large, smooth marble pillars set on either side of a three-metre wide aisle. Small mats were placed on the marble floor to the side of the aisle for the monks to pray, receive teachings, and meditate.
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A TEXAS MATCHMAKER

A TEXAS MATCHMAKER

VII. San Jacinto Day......................................................................................................... 57 VIII. A Cat Hunt On The Frio .......................................................................................... 66 IX. The Rose And Its Thorn ............................................................................................. 71 X. Aftermath ..................................................................................................................... 77 XI. A Turkey Bake............................................................................................................ 87 XII. Summer Of '77 .......................................................................................................... 94 XIII. Hide Hunting.......................................................................................................... 105 XIV. A Two Years' Drouth............................................................................................. 113 XV. In Commemoration ................................................................................................. 125 XVI. Matchmaking......................................................................................................... 134 XVII. Winter At Las Palomas......................................................................................... 143 XVIII. An Indian Scare................................................................................................... 151 XIX. Horse Brands.......................................................................................................... 160 XX. Shadows .................................................................................................................. 167 XXI. Interlocutory Proceedings...................................................................................... 179 XXII. Sunset ................................................................................................................... 188 I. Lance Lovelace When I first found employment with Lance Lovelace, a Texas cowman, I had not yet attained my majority, while he was over sixty. Though not a native of Texas, "Uncle Lance" was entitled to be classed among its pioneers, his parents having emigrated from Tennessee along with a party of Stephen F. Austin's colonists in 1821. The colony with which his people reached the state landed at Quintana, at the mouth of the Brazos River, and shared the various hardships that befell all the early Texan settlers, moving inland later to a more healthy locality. Thus the education of young Lovelace was one of privation. Like other boys in pioneer families, he became in turn a hewer of wood or drawer of water, as the necessities of the household required, in reclaiming the wilderness. When Austin hoisted the new-born Lone Star flag, and called upon the sturdy pioneers to defend it, the adventurous settlers came from every quarter of the territory, and
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1 A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL

1 A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL

Ex: The primary reason for advertising is to sell more goods. (Lý do chính của việc quảng cáo là để bán được nhiều hàng hơn.) compulsory (adj): bắt buộc; cưỡng bức Ex: Is English a compulsory subject? (Tiếng Anh có phải là môn học bắt buộc không?) -> compulsion (n): sự ép buộc; sự cưỡng bức -> to compel (v): buộc, bắt buộc ghost (n): ma; bóng ma Ex: Do you believe in ghosts? (Bạn có tin là có ma không?) Website học trực tuyến – www.videobook.vn monster (n): quái vật; yêu quái to hold (v) (pt, pp held): tổ chức Ex: The presidential election was held on April 26. (Cuộc bầu cử tổng thống đã được tổ chức vào ngày 26 tháng 4.) farewell party (n): tiệc/ cuộc liên hoan chia tay to wish (v): ước; mong ước Ex: I wish I was rich! (Ước gì tôi giàu!)
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3 ĐẶC ĐIỂM CỦA M A THỜI KINH TẾ KHÓ KHĂN

3 ĐẶC ĐIỂM CỦA M A THỜI KINH TẾ KHÓ KHĂN

Đối với bên mua, các công ty tư vấn tài chính giúp xác định giá trị cộng hưởng sau giao dịch M&A, tạo nền tảng cho một mức giá mua hợp lý. Thứ hai, khác với thời điểm kinh tế thuận lợi, trong giai đoạn kinh tế khó khăn, một tỷ trọng lớn của các giao dịch M&A là các giao dịch bán doanh nghiệp có sự can thiệp của các chủ nợ và các cơ quan quản lý nhà nước. Số liệu của Bloomberg cho thấy hơn một phần ba các giao dịch M&A lớn nhất trong 2008 là có sự can thiệp hoặc tham gia của chính phủ. Thứ ba, ngoài các M&A trong cùng một thị trường, do có sự khác nhau về tác động của khủng hoảng kinh tế toàn cầu đối với các quốc gia và sự biến động lớn về tỷ giá giữa các đồng tiền, có nhiều M&A với bên bán và bên mua là các công ty từ các quốc gia khác nhau. Ví dụ, gần đây, các doanh nghiệp Nhật Bản có xu hướng đã sử dụng lượng tiền mặt sẵn có, lãi suất thấp và việc tăng giá của đồng Yên để mua các doanh nghiệp nước ngoài. Đối với các doanh nghiệp Việt Nam, cần chú ý là mặc dù các doanh nghiệp nước ngoài có thể quan tâm đầu tư và thu lợi nhuận từ các giao dịch M&A khi kinh tế phục hồi, các doanh nghiệp nước ngoài sẽ vẫn phụ thuộc vào đối tác tại Việt Nam trong việc tìm hiểu thị trường và phát triển kinh doanh trong điều kiện đặc thù của Việt Nam.
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Please purchase a personal license.Chương 1: khái niệm – Thuật ngữ1.1 ĐẤT ĐAI1.1.1 Khái niệm1.2.2 Đặc trưng của BĐS1.2 GIÁ TRỊ ĐẤT ĐAI1.3 CÁC LOẠI GIÁ TRỊ1.3 CÁC LOẠI GIÁ TRỊ1.3.1 Giá trị thị trường1.3.2 Giá trị sử dụng và giá trị đầu tư1.3.3 Giá trị bồi thường 1.3.4 Giá trị theo luật định1.3.5 Giá trị thế chấp1.3.6 Giá trị bảo hiểm1.3.7 Giá trị gia tăng1.1 ĐẤT ĐAI1.1.1 Khái niệmTrong kinh tế học, đất (land) không chỉ bao gồm mặt đất (soil) cònbao gồm cả tài nguyên trong lòng đất và tất cả mọi thứ sinh sôi trênmặt đất và trong lòng đất không do lao động và con người làm ra,tức là bao gồm nước mặt đất và nước ngầm, thổ nhưỡng, thực vậtvà động vật.Trong thổ nhưỡng học, đất (soil) được hiểu như là các loại vậtTrong thổ nhưỡng học, đất (soil) được hiểu như là các loại vậtchất bề mặt trái đất, có khả năng hỗ trợ sự sinh trưởng của thựcvật và phục vụ như là môi trường sinh sống của các dạng sự sốngđộng vật từ các vi sinh vật đến các động vật nhỏ.Trong Hiến pháp, đất đai (territory) là tài nguyên quốc gia vô cùngquý giá, là tư liệu sản xuất đặc biệt, là thành phần quan trọng hàngđầu của môi trường sống, là địa bàn phân bố các khu dân cư, xâydựng các cơ sở kinh tế, văn hoá, an ninh và quốc phòng. Đất đaithuộc sở hữu toàn dân do Nhà nước đại diện chủ sở hữu. Nhà
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