on ‘fine arts’ by Charles Batteux to the deontological ethical theory ascribed to Immanuel Kant, concluding with a personal opinion, with reference to the introductory quotation, on whether aesthetic architecture can be art despite being attached to utility. When
construction material. It is primarily obtained by mixing cement with aggregate and water. There are many formulations of concrete, which provide different properties. It can be moulded into any shape and surface can be textured and coloured for aesthetic purposes. Concrete is widely used in construction of foundations, architectural structures, pavements, bridges/overpasses, and motorways/roads, runways, parking structures, dams, pools/reservoirs, and pipes, footings for gates, fences and poles.
because it can contain pollutants that affect water quality from run-off (Agency, 1993). In most growing countries including Ethiopia domestic wastewater generated from different area together with or without industrial wastewater is often drained into rivers and streams without pretreatment (Singh, 2010).This results a serious threat to the quality of water and its further usability, for instance polluting of downstream waters used as supply source for drinking, irrigation purpose, fisheries, and recreational
biological activities.The pH of water prescribed for wastewater by WHO is 6.5 to 8.5 . In Faisalabad 12 samples were investigated to have a high pH value greater than 7 and only one sample FMC-1 have a low pH i.e. 5.82 (Figure 1). Highest pH was found in FMC-5 which was 10.42 and then in FMC-4 i.e. 9.02, shows the alkaline trend of wastewater. The pH value for wastewater is prescribed 6-8.5 by WHO (WHO,2006). The pH was above the permissible limits showing the presence of large amount of exchangeable
(1994) scales for measuring service quality and was rated as 5-strongly agree, 4-agree, 3-undecided, 2-disagree, 1-strongly disagree. Value of natural resources was measured using National Parks Values Scale (NPV) by Borrie et. al., (2002). Satisfaction was measured using Rust and Zahorik (1993) scale for measuring satisfaction in tourism industry. 3.2.4 Data analysis Data obtained were analysed and presented descriptively in form of tables, frequencies, percentages, charts, mean and standard deviation
This study sets out to zero in on and delve into the works of Sadeq Chuback, Iranian naturalist writer, the late past master in the field of literature and translation studies. Chuback’s works, from rise to his demise, is introduced and the aesthetic and stylistic nature of his writing is scoured in detail. Literarily, discursive practices in his writing will especially be dealt with and ideological and kaleidoscopic panoramas of his writing brought into focus. Keywords: Discursive practices, language