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Weekly Book List, January 30, 2015
Cuba, the Media, and the Challenge of Impartiality by Salim Lamrani, translated by Larry Oberg (Monthly Review Press, distributed by New York University Press; 160 pages; $ 70 hardcover, $ 16 paperback). …. Focuses on Moscow, Stalingrad, Kursk, and …
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Equal pay, gender wage gaps and “constantly moving goalposts”: Review of 40
In a 2014 article in the Cambridge Journal of Economics, “The 40-year Pursuit of Equal Pay: A Case of Constantly Moving Goalposts,” authors Jill Rubery and Damian Grimshaw of the University of Manchester examine scholarly literature relating to Europe …
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Book Review of “The Closing Of The Western Mind” by Fr. Michael Azkoul
If nothing else, Freeman's analysis of early Christian history rests on the assumption that the Church is a purely human institution, the Scriptures albeit influential was ordinary religious literature, and the Fathers as “a group of early Christian …
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An Optimized System for the Classification of Meteorological Drought Intensity
The optimized classification system is compared using the tabular accuracy index (TAI) to three fixed classification systems that are proposed in the literature and widely applied in the operational setting. An assessment of drought intensity …
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A prayer and benediction for Robin, child of God, and for us all…
But, then, someone who has lived so publicly, so fearlessly, so vulnerably, and joyfully dies and the dimensions of human loss are crystalized, brought to bear on a single life, a single loss, an individual tragedy. In response, we rehearse his gifts …
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No report at public presentation of town's organizational review

No report at public presentation of town's organizational review
They even had a power point presentation about their report. The public … He said his report contains recommendations to “tweak” the town's human resources management to bring them inline with best practices. He recommends they strike a management …
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POP Project shares literature through donated books
With hard cash and an elaborate plan to build a moon colony and write a space folk album from the lunar surface. That plan — developed with a friend purely for fun — didn't quite materialize, and MacKenzie is still here on Earth, very happily as it …
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Sierra Leone News: Why John Sisay has excelled in Sierra Rutile
He has been in this establishment for about nine years and what he has done within this period has proved immensely to the development of the company. During the launching of the Localisation Plan last Friday at the British Council, Mr Sisay had a …
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Number crunch: how bosses try to turn you into code – Business Review Weekly

Number crunch: how bosses try to turn you into code – Business Review Weekly
Bersin's example shows some of the promise of talent analytics – where employers crunch data drawn from human resources databases and online tests to that they can recruit people who have the best chance of success, and also to make sure that people …
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Industry experts share success stories, resources in Medway
Local and state officials, business owners and representatives from regional agencies gathered at Restaurant 45 for the Economic Development Committee's inaugural business workshop to network and discuss the resources available to companies like Cybex …
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What's happening today in the north valley
893-5433. Weekly. Valene L. Smith Museum of Anthropology: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. "Infinity and Beyond: Humanity's Quest to Explore Space" draws from scientific discovery and anthropological understandings to explore the first human observations of the skies to …
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Tapping the genius of nature – News
Biomimicry Oregon's parent network, Biomimicry 3.8, is named for what practitioners consider the 3.8 billion-year-old research and development laboratory all around us. By comparison, says Biomimicry … "Every organism on the planet faces the same …
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