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    We are looking at peanut allergy. Peanut allergy is a common allergy that can cause life threatening allergic reactions. One of these severe allergic reactions is called anaphylaxis. In the case of peanut allergy‚ when the person comes in contacts with peanuts their body becomes sensitized to it and affects the whole body. The first symptoms of going into anaphylactic shock are typical allergy symptoms such as a runny nose and skin rash. Then after about thirty minutes more serious symptoms will

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    Turmeric Mouthwash

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    Turmeric (Yu Jin) Curcuma longa (C. domestica) In This information about turmeric and how it is used as a herb in alternative herbal treatments to treat ailments and problems. It provides protection against cigarette smoke condensation‚ is used as an anti-cancer agent and to protect the cell’s DNA. | * Botanical classification of turmeric * Description of turmeric * Parts used * Properties of turmeric * Internal use * External use * Use of essential oil * Safety precautions

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    Michael Halim 19/12/2013 Indoor Air-pollution and health Introduction: We are living things that need to breathe‚ no doubt of that. Every few seconds we need to inhale a small quantity of air. Unfortunately‚ the air we breathe in has become more and more polluted owning to a multitude of factors such as: increase in number of vehicles‚ increase usage of synthetic materials for buildings and homes‚ lack of awareness towards potentially hazardous microorganisms such as fungi and so on. Air

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    Case 1: Meera on penicillin Meera‚ a ten-year girl‚ was brought by her mom to the clinic because of persistent coughing and malaise. She had bacterial upper respiratory tract infection and was prescribed amoxicillin. They left the clinic and bought the medicine. Within an hour after ingesting the drug‚ Meera’s tongue was swollen and complained of difficulty of breathing. Her mum immediately dialed “000”. Penicillin is a bacteriostatic group of antibiotics which inhibit the cell wall synthesis of

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    the text conform to‚ or deviate from‚ the conventions of a particular genre‚ and for what purpose? ! ! Known for his dislike of conventions and structure‚ the highly structured nature of a sonnet would‚ at first glance‚ appear to be unappealing to e e cummings. However‚ Cummings has struck the fine balance between maintaining traditional form and introducing radical reform. His sonnet ‘it may not always be so’ conforms to the conventional fourteen-line length‚ positioning of the volta and iambic

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    The American poet‚ E. E. Cummings wrote verses with an experimental style that presented romantic attitudes‚ and also dabbled in playwriting and painting. His poems crafted physical objects that show a fresh way of looking at reality. Cummings’ unique style of romantic transcendentalism is innovative‚ modern and visual. The visual aspect was unusual to other poets at the time he debuted. The way his poems are laid out on the paper are important‚ as was the unusual way he used punctuation and capitalization

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    e e cummings e e cummings (no‚ this is not a typographical error‚ take note to the way he writes his name) was an unusual‚ yet highly acclaimed writer of the 20th century. His style of writing was much different than that of any other contemporary or even 18th and 19th century writers. Although difficult to understand at times‚ e e cummings is a very profound and inventive writer. e e cummings was born Edward Estlin Cummings on October 14‚ 1894 in Cambridge Massachusetts. His parents were

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    To begin with‚ e.e cummings always wanted to be a poet. As a child his mother would read and write with him. E.E Cummings was a very creative child and had a lot of potential. Eventually‚ E.e Cummings grew up and started writing poems. Some of his poems ended up in an anthology named “eight Harvard poets”. Also‚ some other poems ended up getting published in “the dial”. An interesting quote that he wrote said “so far as I am concerned‚ poetry and every other art was‚ is‚ and forever will be strictly

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    Definition of E-Procurement E-Procurement is the term used to describe electronic methods of conducting business transactions. The ’e’ in e--procurement stands for electronic. E-procurement can be used in every stage of the process. It can begin with the actual sale coming through to the purchaser and end with the customer’s invoice and payment. E-Procurement is more than just a system for making purchases online. A properly implemented system can connect companies and their business processes

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    E. E. Cummings was an American poet and painter. He wrote over 2‚000 poems in his lifetime. Some of these poems include “Anyone Lived in a Pretty How Town‚” “Maggie and Milly and Molly and May‚” and “Somewhere I Have Never Traveled‚ Gladly Beyond.” Through reviewing biographical information‚ his works‚ and critical reviews‚ most critics agree that E. E. Cummings changed the course of American poetry. Cummings went through many hardships in his life that inspired him to write more poetry. He challenged

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    E-Learning

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    University Of Jordan E-learning Done by: Yasmine Mehyar Public Administration 0096894 E-learning E-learning is essentially the network-enabled transfer of skills and knowledge. E-learning refers to using electronic applications and processes to learn. E-learning applications and processes include Web-based learning‚ computer-based learning‚ virtual classrooms and digital collaboration. (1) The delivery of a learning‚ training or education program by electronic means. E-learning involves the

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    possibilities of electronic learning (E-learning). The use of the Web as an educational medium was hailed as a indication of overwhelming modifications for communities‚ businesses and markets. By now‚ well over a decade later‚ one might expect that the perception of E-learning would be well classified and unmistakably distinguished from other forms of learning. The term E-leaning means electronic learning‚ which deals with various forms of technology enhanced learning. E-learning is basically the use

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    E-readers and e-books may have seemed like a fad‚ but clearly they are not going anywhere. There are a number of styles and types to pick from; the Nook and Kindle each have various versions and options‚ for example‚ based on your budget and your needs. Debate rages about which is the best e-reader‚ but this is about the advantages and disadvantages of an e-reader regardless of the one you buy. Advantages For starters‚ we will look at the benefits of e-readers. Do you travel a lot? If so‚ an e-reader

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    importance of e-learning in the modern business context E-Learning The challenges associated with introducing e-learning within organisations 1. Introduction: what is e-learning? 1E-learning is “the use of Internet and digital technologies to create experiences that educate fellow human beings” (Horton‚ 2001).Electronic learning is a term which is normally referred to computerised based learning. E-learning involves

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    Position of Bangladesh Government to Implement E-government The World Bank in 2007 ranked Bangladesh 92nd among 132 countries and last among 5 countries in the South Asian subcontinent‚ with regards to its ICT infrastructure. It is also ranked 123rd and 5th in South Asia‚ in the e-services adoption index. However‚ despite being behind most South Asian counterparts‚ Bangladesh has been catching up quickly in the field of e-Government. According to UN’s E-Government readiness report 2008‚ while most

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    E-books E-books open up all kinds of new opportunities‚ especially in the areas of education‚ entertainment‚ and business. Schools around the country take advantage of E-books and other online materials. In most cases‚ the price to access the electronic material is much lower than buying an actual hard copy of the book. I have personally seen this model used in my courses at Penn State. Many of my classes require reading assignments that are in an electronic format. E-books have also revolutionized

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    270    e-Governance: Case Studies Chapter 22 Implementation of e-procurement in the Government of Andhra Pradesh: A Case Study K Bikshapathi Project Manager‚ eProcurement and P Raghuveer IFS Addl. Secretary (e-gov) Information Technology & Communications Department Government of Andhra Pradesh‚ Hyderabad AbstrAct Procurement is generally regarded as a sensitive function in the public sector and is rarely transparent . It is for this reason that public procurement is one of the areas in

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    humans have all been relocated to a star liner called Axiom. Trash compactor robots are left on earth to clean it up. Then the company Buy ‘n’ Large decides to shut down all the robots except one‚ Wall-E Recycling Wall-E was the last of his kind of robots left on earth to clean it up. Every day‚ Wall-E would go to a section or sector of the earth and gather up garbage‚ compact it until it was a square shape. He would then‚ take the recycled squares and began stacking them until they formed buildings

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    ++ I&S CHALLENGES IN E-GOVERNMENT AND SECURITY OF INFORMATION Min-Shiang HWANG‚ Chun-Ta LI‚ Jau-Ji SHEN‚ and Yen-Ping CHU Abstract: Due to the advances made in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)‚ e-Government users can easily use the available services from places and at time that are convenient to them through WWW browsers. To easily and securely provide the required services through Information Technology (IT) has been an important issue in e-Government. In this article

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    E-learning is currently huge buzzwords in education‚ as the tidal wave of the internet and the digital revolution‚ already firmly ensconced in our homes and businesses‚ marches voraciously on into our classrooms and universities. From class blogs and school e-twinning schemes to scholastic ‘apps’ and online courses‚ education is going electronic. Online learning is on the rise. According to a 2013 report by the Babson Survey Research Group‚ over 6.7 million postsecondary students were enrolled in

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