There we can do something about it. Being wise

There are no permanent solutions in this problem but we can do something about it. Being wise is enough to avoid the influence of politicians. We have the capability to think and decide what we will do. We can do everything if we want to but keep in mind we have the responsibility in all actions we made. Another problem is those people who implement and defend the law. These people should be the one who gives justice to people but some of them are under the influence of greedy officials. This is why I don't fully trust them. It's not that I don't believe to their capability to serve but the root of all is money. They believe that if you have money, you are powerful. Money is something…
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Effectiveness of AML Policies in Prevention of Money Laundering

Effectiveness of AML Policies in Prevention of Money Laundering   Quantitative Research In Management                                 Executive Summary: - A Research has been carried out for measuring the effectiveness of Anti Money Laundering Policies for prevention of money laundering. This research is done focusing global economy but the data are collected from companies operating in Indian and American economy. Entire world is facing the issue of money laundering nowadays and some countries have formed strict rules and regulation for prevention of money laundering but still there are many countries who are badly controlled by money launderers. Terror funding, black money, false account, smuggling, drug dealing etc. are the aftereffect of money laundering. There are several other…
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                       Care provider: The inability to find a health care provider was considered as a barrier by several women. The uneven distribution of providers is a serious problem in seeking a timely prenatal care 20. Women were uncomfortable seeing a male physician and felt it was embarrassing. Most of the women preferred a female provider or a female nurse-midwife 11. Lack of information about sources lead to less access to prenatal care for pregnant women.                       Transportation barrier: Transportation barrier is the main cause of missing appointments, rescheduling or delayed care 21. Women particularly in rural areas, have low access to public transport which makes it difficult to get to the health care center. Transportation services 
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It future generations. The truth is, time slows for

It is difficult to relate with our future selves, and even more, with our future society. But why is that so? Recent science published by Slate presents an interesting predicament in our ability to think about the future, deep inside our brains. Scans have shown that when individuals think about their future selves, their brain scans light up similarly to when they think about a stranger. This may explain a lot — why it's difficult to invest at a young age, to maintain a healthy lifestyle, and to get out of that relationship you know is probably not going to last, but is fun, for now. Studies show that the more your brain treats your future self like a stranger, the less self-control you exhibit today, and the less likely…
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Anne of course her journal)she would love to read

Anne Frank was an upstander during WW2 mainly because she recorded her acts during the holocaust, and this made her well known after the journal was published by her father. Anne Frank lived in germany for the first 10 years of her life before Nazis took over Germany in the beginning of WW2. This caused her family to move to the Netherlands in hope of not being put in a concentration camp. This made life harder for her and her family as the war progressed on until on her 13th birthday she was gifted her journal. This gave her free time to write whatever she wanted until 2 weeks later where she heard that the Nazis had invaded the Netherlands to capture jews and take them to concentration camps. Her…
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It by bioinformaticians to perform greater tasks. (Andrew M.

It is such a tool used to find and search complete structures present in genomic DNA of humans. GENSCAN used to predict exons, introns, transcriptional, translational signals and intergenic regions in the DNA. Gene or multiple genes present in DNA can also be predicted by using this tool. This tool proved to be accurate as it predicted 75 to 80 % exons precisely. (Chris Burge, Samuel Karlin, 1997) 8. 7.     GENSCAN Taverna has number of uses in constructing and performing a sequence of activities that comforts bioinformaticians who are not skillful in web services and programming languages. It provides interface between bioinformaticians and web services that helps to communicate between different tools and databases for sequence analyses. Taverna has many services and one of them provided by INSDC (http://www.insdc.org/ ).…
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1.1 suited for preparing texts other people will see

1.1     Scope of the Project Whether you're in high school or college, you spend a lot of time taking notes whether inside the class or out there on the market – create notes, attach pictures, set reminders to them, translate the speech you provided to the app and many more. This Application provide everything in one place with multiple accounts as cloud storages. so, with no doubt it can be easily used as a digital note taking and information management program for you. 1.2     Need of Project Of the available modes of procrastination on a piece of writing, I've found the easiest to indulge with a good conscience is the type called pencil sharpening. This figure of speech (actual pencils need not be involved) subsumes all the concrete preparations needed…
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This focused ultrasound function in noninvasive breast cancer remedy.

This research study is an inspection of therapeutic ultrasound. The concept of curative ultrasound is analyzed with concentration on primaries of ultrasonic physics and ultrasonic medication. Analogy of therapeutic ultrasound and diagnostic ultrasound is proposed. Low intensity and high intensity applications of remedial ultrasound are inspected, followed by a consolidation on High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) technology. The underlying doctrines and the delivery systems are proposed. Moreover, the main utilization of remedial ultrasonic in prostate cancer curation plus the breast cancer remedies and finally in abolishing kidney crystals were examined.       1 blank line using 9-point font with single spacing 1. Introduction 1 blank line using 9-point font with single spacing Kidney crystals examination and diagnosis of the pregnancy are the handiest utilization of diagnostic ultrasound. Most recently, researchers could…
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Uranium www.sciencedaily.com (Site in Layman’s terms).Article published to: www.journals.elsevier.com/brain-research/Volume

Uranium to Replace Plastic?Date Article was Received:  May 15, 2017. Date Published: September 11, 2017.Author: Stephen T. Liddle, Professor and Head of Inorganic Chemistry.Website Found: www.sciencedaily.com (Site in layman's terms).Article Published to: www.nature.com Article number 1898.Written in a journal called Nature Communications. Scientists have discovered that the way we see plastic now, could be completely changed in the future.  Stephen T. Liddle who is the Professor of Head of Inorganic Chemistry and Author of the article has found that uranium could deteriorate in weeks/months, while the plastic we have today stays in landfills forever.  Professor Liddle has also found that the way that uranium interacts with polymer and other chemicals may have offering properties that are yet to be discovered. These interactions could be more ecologically efficient.  The uranium may…
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Two social and intellectual disorders. One of the main

Two theorist that I chose that have a lot of similarities that focus on the bond between the child and the mother is the theorist John Bowlby and Margaret Mahler. They both talk about the bond between the mother and the child but in different theories. John Bowlby's theory is attachment theory as Margaret Mahler's theory is separation-individuation theory. Both theories expose the fundamentals that complementarity the superior strengths of each other. Both theories were formed to assist professionals and other individuals to understand the role of involvement in the development of mental representations. "Mahler paid close clinical attention to inner mental states and their evolution, while Bowlby searched for behavioural correlated that could lead themselves to empirical observation and inferences about internal representation" (Coates, 2012).  This means that although both…
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