ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 44 According to a recent theory Archean-age gold-quartz vein systems were formed over two billion years ago from magmatic fluids that originated from molten granitelike bodies deep beneath the surface of the Earth. This theory is5 cont... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 43 Historians of womens labor in the United States at first largely disregarded the story of female service workers-women earning wages in occupations such as salesclerk.domestic servant and office secretary. These historians5 focused... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 42 Excess inventory a massive problem for many busi-nesseshas several causessome of which are unavoidable. Overstocks may accumulate through production overruns or errors. Certain styles and colors prove unpopular. With5 some produ... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 41 It was once assumed that all living things could be divided into two fundamental and exhaustive categories. Multicellular plants and animals as well as many unicellu-lar organismsare eukaryotic-their largecomplex cells5 have a w... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 40 Joseph Glarthaars Forged in Battle is not the first excel-lent study of Black soldiers and their White officers in the Civil War but it uses more soldiers letters and diaries- including rare material from Black soldiers-and concen-5... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 39 Historians sometimes forget that history is conunu-ally being made and experienced before it is studied interpreted and read. These latter activities have their own history of course which may impinge in unex-5 pected ways on... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 38 It was once believed that the brain was independent of metabolic processes occurring elsewhere in the body. In recent studies however we have discovered that the production and release in brain neurons of the neuro-5 transmitter s... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 37 Japanese firms have achieved the highest levels of manufacturing efficiency in the world automobile industry. Some observers of Japan have assumed that Japanese firms use the same manufacturing equipment5and techniques as United State... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 36 Protein synthesis begins when the gene encoding a protein is activated. The genes sequence of nucleotides is transcribed into a molecule of messenger RNA mRNAwhich reproduces the information contained in that5 sequence. Transpor... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 35 It can be argued that much consumer dissatisfaction with marketing strategies arises from an inability to aim advertising at only the likely buyers of a given product. There are three groups of consumers who are affected5 by the marke... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 34 Kazuko Nakanes history of the early Japanese immi-grants to central Californias Pajaro Valley focuses on the development of farming communities there from 1890 to 1940. The Issei first-generation immigrants5 were brought into the... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 33 Until recently most astronomers believed that the space between the galaxies in our universe was a near-perfect vacuum. This orthodox view of the universe is now being challenged by astronomers who believe that a5 heavy rain of gas is... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 32 Increasingly historians are blaming diseases imported from the Old World for the staggering disparity between the indigenous population of America in 1492-new esti-mates of which soar as high as 100 million or approxi-5mately one-... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 31 The number of women directors appointed to corpo-rate boards in the United States has increased dramati-cally but the ratio of female to male directors remains low. Although pressure to recruit women directors5 unlike that to empl... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 30 Since the early 1970s historians have begun to devote serious attention to the working class in the United States. Yet while we now have studies of working-class communities and culture we know5 remarkably little of worklessness.... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 29 Studies of the Weddell seal in the laboratory have described the physiological mechanisms that allow the seal to cope with the extreme oxygen deprivation that occurs during its longest dives which can extend 5005 meters below the oc... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 28 The settlement of the United States has occupied traditional historians since 1893 when Frederick Jackson Turner developed his Frontier Thesis a thesis that explained American development in terms of westward5 expansion. From the pe... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 27 Since the late 1970s in the face of a severe loss ofmarket share in dozens of industries manufacturers inthe United States have been trying to improve produc-tivity-and therefore enhance their international5 competitiveness-throug... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 26 In choosing a method for determining climatic condi-tions that existed in the past paleoclimatologists invokefour principal criteria. First the materialrocks lakesvegetation etc-on which the method relies must be5 widespread... xȫ>>

ڣ2008-10-25 Passage 25 In 1977 the prestigious Ewha Womens University inSeoul Korea announced the opening of the firstwomens studies program in Asia. Few academicprograms have ever received such public attention. In5 broadcast debates critics dismisse... xȫ>>

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