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  • Disadvantages Of Racetam Vs Piracetam

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    Aniracetam vs Piracetam - benefits and side effects Being called as ‘Smarty Pants’ always gives us a kick, doesn’t it? We live in a world where being one of the best is all that matters. With mounting pressure from family, peer, management and all others alike, the need to perform extraordinarily well is what we all are looking at. To our relief science has come up with a most effective solution to this pressing issue. Racetams are a type of nootropic cognitive enhancing drug. Racetams are well

  • Fiction Criticism Of F. R. Leavis

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    Works on the Fiction Criticism of F.R. Leavis K.Eswara Reddy Asst.professor in English K.S.R.M College of Engineering Kadapa – 516003 A.P, INDIA K.Vijaya Bhaskar Reddy Asst.professor in English K.S.R.M College of Engineering Kadapa – 516003 A.P, INDIA Abstract We find the earliest criticism on the fiction criticism of F.R. Leavis in 1958 in George Steiner’s Language and Silence. George Steiner regards Leavis as a better critic of fiction than of poetry. According to him Leavis admitted

  • White Rabbit Case Study

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    Practitioners can demonstrate the insightful and creative PR can both indirectly and directly generate business leads, opportunities and sales. However, a corporate reputation management grows in importance; B2B PR is gaining credibility and being seen as an overarching discipline within which other marketing

  • Technology In The Workplace

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    Technology increasingly affects virtually every aspect of work, it has been hailed as one of the most important developments in recent history (Franz, Robey, &Koeblitz, 1986). It has been argued that advances in automation and technology will result in increased productivity and product quality (London &Bassman, 1989) as well as increased market share for the United States in the global economy (Cascio&Zammuto, 1987). These hoped-for outcomes have resulted in spending on technology in organizations

  • Fertility Cults In The Earth

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    Introduction – the Earth The Earth, with her landmasses, water bodies, mountains, valleys, plains, swamps, grass lands, forests is not just the planet that we live in. The Earth is the basis of our existence, the root of our being. There are no us without the Earth. All cultures recognized the importance of Earth for the sustenance of human life, and thus in every cultural system, we see an ardent reverence and worship of Earth as a life giver, and preserver, even destroyer and thus a creator of

  • LR Project Performance

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    LR project performance Project performance best define as a measurement of project success against the overall objectives of the project supported by Cooke-Davies (2002), project management success is measured against the traditional gauges of performance such as completing project within time, cost, and meeting scope and quality. However, each word of the term success is meant to in this study, it encompasses the above definitions, (Jugdev and Müller’s, 2005). Moreover, the success of a project

  • Fida Kahlo Analysis

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    Maybe the most renowned and unmistakable self-portraits in presence are those of Frida Kahlo. She has picked up the status of pop symbol after her death, and amid her lifetime She was known more for her personality and involvement with Diego Rivera than for her Craftsmanship. Be that as it may, in this article, I will intend to concentrate on her early life, the hardships that she embarked on, her marriage with Rivera, and the importance and impacts of her work, with an accentuation on her various

  • The Importance Of Science Fiction

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    Leon E. Stover (1973) The article states that Science fiction contains the sort of writing that provides to a number of particular reader senses of taste in the world of widely held culture. “Anthropology is known to be a subject matter as well as a point of view. Science fiction is rather more inter-national in its readership than in its

  • I Have A Rendezvous With Death Analysis

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    1. Introduction The First World War (1914-1918) led many young men to join the army for different reasons. In a time of social unrest, it created hope for change and was regarded as liberator for the poor and as kind of pastime for the upper classes. Fighting for the home country, the actions on the battlefields and the confrontation with pain and death inspired many talented writers and poets at war to turn their experiences and thoughts into verse lines. However, the poets did not only depict the

  • Analysis Of Le Guin's The Dispossessed

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    The Dispossessed Following World War I, novels describing utopias gradually decreased in number, until the genre almost went extinct in mid-century, being replaced by dystopias like the famous Nineteen-Eighty-Four written by George Orwell. Later on, in the mid-seventies, fuelled by the upsurge of social reform that began in the late sixties and continued into the new decade, new utopias graced the scene, the most memorable ones being Ernest Callenbach's Ecotopia, Samuel R. Delany's Triton, and