• Slow and Steady Wins the Race
    "Slow and steady wins the race" All must have read the story of the race between the Rabbit and the tortoise. Tortoise, the slowest creature wins at the end as he was steady through out the race. The same applies in our life. Every day we run a race no matter what we are. To survive
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  • Slow and Steady Wins the Race
    Success comes to those who are slow but steady in their work. It is not necessary to be very clever in order to succeed in life. Even clever people may fail if they work by fits and starts. Take, for example, a clever student who is lazy. He works only now and then. He is never regular at his stu
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  • Fast N Consistent Always Beat the Slow N Steady
    The ‘fast and consistent’ will always beat the ‘slow and steady’.. The saying ‘slow and steady wins the race’ is in many ways inaccurate. This cannot be taken literally and also does not pertain to everyone. If this saying was taken literally, it would make no sense at all. For
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  • Slow Drivers Who Drive in the Fast Lane
    It was just a second. That is all it took. The headlights were speeding towards us. There was no time to react when I saw the other car. There were tire screeches and a blaring horn that was screaming in my ear. I felt my body slam against the seatbelt, and the shattering glass sliced my face and ar
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  • Woman and the New Race
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  • Race to the Bottom Hypothesis
    LABOUR STANDARDS AND THE “RACE TO THE BOTTOM”: RETHINKING GLOBALISATION AND WORKERS RIGHTS FROM DEVELOPMENTAL AND SOLIDARISTIC PERSPECTIVES ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge Working Paper No. 279 By Professor Ajit Singh Faculty of Economics and Politics University
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  • Daniel Kahneman - Thinking, Fast and Slow (2011)
    In memory of Amos Tversky Contents Introduction Part I. Two Systems 1. The Characters of the Story 2. Attention and Effort 3. The Lazy Controller 4. The Associative Machine 5. Cognitive Ease 6. Norms, Surprises, and Causes 7. A Machine for Jumping to Conclusions 8. How Judgments Happen 9. Ans
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  • Love Wins!: an Autobiographical Soteriology
    Love Wins! An Autobiographical Soteriology I became a Christian in what is perhaps one of the most non-religious places in the world: the drama department at New York University. NYU is a place where there is great passion for progressive social and political change, but where any quest
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  • Africa in Du Bois’s Philosophy of Race
    QUEST: An African Journal of Philosophy / Revue Africaine de Philosophie XIX: 47-76 AFRICA IN DU BOIS’S PHILOSOPHY OF RACE by Teodros Kiros RESUME: La philosophie systématique du racisme est un concept sous-développé dans la philosophie moderne. Dans cet article je présente une articulat
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  • A Coup D Etat in Slow Motion
    1 1 OLE DAMMEGÅRD COUP D’ETAT IN SLOWMOTION THE MURDER OF OLOF PALME 2 Translated to English by Bente Dammegaard from the Swedish original, ”Statskupp i slowmotion” © 2013 Ole Dammegård Cover:Ole Dammegård Illustrations: Ole Dammegård Font: Times New Roman 10 pt
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  • Smart Grid - a Race Worth Winning
    Smart Grid: a race worth winning? A report on the economic benefits of smart grid April 2012 Smart Grid: a race worth winning? A report on the economic benefits of smart grid Forewords Contents Executive summary p2 1 About this report p7 p10 Forewords 2 Core benefits
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  • Reconstruction and Race Relations
     Reconstruction and Race Relations Reconstruction and Race Relations The time period during the Reconstruction Era saw a lot of change to the lives of every American, from white southern power struggles to post-Reconstruction...
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  • Debating Race
    Notes One frustration that is expressed by debaters/coaches that are interested in debating race is that few debaters are willing to exercise their switch side debate skills and actually engage both sides of the conversation. Far too often debaters simply reach for their framework files...
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