This will help Pakistan further harness the skills, talent and productivity of half of its population.The growth and competitive potential of better utilising this is obvious.That’s about 60 million women of working age — the size of the entire population of the UK.Over the next few years, other priorities for the UK are to help Pakistan get two million more girls into school; prevent thousands of women dying in childbirth; allow women to choose when and how many children they have; and empower women to access financial services such as micro-loans so they can earn money and lift their families out of poverty.This is not only good for the individual women but good for the community, economy and wider society, leading to a happy, healthie...
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The weather will affect the inbound tourists as well as domestic tourists, because of the climate in the UK the weather is always changing and therefore it can never be assured that you will have the same weather all day, because of this factor many domestic tourists will choose to travel to countries abroad in hope for sun.Emergence of new markets: .The outbound factors are; the exchange rate, travel restrictions, emergence of new markets, competition from other destinations and the weather.The main organisation that promotes Britain is VisitBritiain, every year they make a new promotional video that shows many different things you can do in Britain, these are showcased worldwide on websites and as television adverts.This factor does ...
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One hypothesis is that benefits of priming can be due to metabolic repair of damage during treatment and that change in germination events i.e., changes in enzyme concentration and formation and reduces lag time between imbibition and radicle emergence (Bradford et al., 1990).However Nascimento and West (1999) reported early germination of primed seeds but not recorded any improvement in the growth of seedlings in muskmelon seeds under laboratory conditions.Confounding results, where priming did not show any beneficial results, also reported by different research workers (Mwale et al., 2003; Giri and Schillinger, 2003).One of the possible reasons for early nodule formation may be due to enhanced activity of a-amylase and sucrose synthase...
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As discussed above, there are also many other factors which influence the air masses themselves, but also which directly influence the weather and climate of the British Isles.They are regular occurrences and so contribute to the overall pattern of weather over a long period i.e.The weather that the air masses bring is dependent upon the climatic conditions in the source area, the season, and the vertical characteristics of the atmosphere at the time.Therefore, the air mass is broadly described as ‘warm and wet’, bringing warm and muggy weather in the summer with temperatures of 25?C, and mild and damp weather in the winter with temperatures of 15?C.Many say it is the pattern of depressions and anticyclones passing over Britain that is r...
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There are so many problems regarding different culture, different accents of language, and weather etc comes in her way.A political relation between India and Britain is good.Threats: The client doesn’t know the rules and regulations and the laws of the foreign country, the condition of weather, the transport system and problems related to health.Indian weather is hot whereas in UK, it is just opposite cold and dry.So client has to understand the culture of Britain for better progress in work.
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“No warmth could warm him, no wintry weather chill him.We quickly learn that this is Scrooge as “he sobbed”.Scrooge is today a household name in Britain and is universally understood to describe the ‘humbugs’ of Christmas.He does this efficiently yet subtly through Scrooges journey with the three ghosts.When the story digresses and Scrooge embarks on his first of the three journeys he sees the town he grew up in and “muttered, with an unusual catching in his voice” when asked what was on his cheek to which he replied it was “a pimple”.
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Throughout all the protests and the separation of Great Britain and the Colonies, Britain still had its supporters.Cold weather is coming on apace, which will make us look round about us and put [on] our winter clothing, and we shall stand in need of good liquors for to keep our spirits on cold winter’s days.All the actions of the Colonists pointed out in this essay previous to this point have emphasized that the American Colonists did not like to be controlled by Great Britain; part of the reason they did not like their relationship with Britain was based on personal experience with their fellow Englishmen.“[30 September 1759] Cold weather.The war created the need for the taxation of the Colonies, the Americans began to resent Britain f...
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The cartoon “Brain of Britain“ shows a cross section of a British Brain and it deals with stereotypes.I think this stereotype has also a true core, because the majority of British are proud of Queen Elisabeth, Prince William and Kate.A bowler is a typical symbol for Great Britain, the famous actor Charlie Chaplin wearied it.He was in Great Britain born.I think it’s difficult to talk about weather, because it changes.
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These factors may increase the complexity of audiences in a nation since there are more different groups of people in terms of ethnicity, culture, gender, etc gather in different nations.The people’s sense of belonging to Britain may be unconsciously enhanced through this daily practice of reading the British press.The slogans, imbalance amount of local news and foreign news, style of weather reports, and content of the sport news of the Turkish press creates a sense of ‘us’ and ‘them’ between our nation- Turkey and others- the foreign nations.The Turkish Newspapers usually use an unlabelled map of Turkey to report the weather which ‘reinforce and naturalize at the level of the unconscious the geographical shape of the homeland which the...
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Most people who immigrate usually move back to their origin because of little things that does not suit them for example: They cannot adapt to the weather.Some people think positively about it and some people negatively but that is your own choice if you want to enjoy this new experience or not.Britain also has a problem with asylum seekers because the country has to give them free medical etc.I can truly say that I would never exchange this experience of being able to study in Britain for anything in the world.If you have completed your studies in a countyr like Britain, you will have an international degree which means that you can work any where in the world without having to do an exam again.
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There are fewer public holidays in Great Britain than in other European countries.It is one of the most popular holidays in Great Britain.It is the time when warmer weather begins and flowers and trees start to blossom.If the weather is fine, many families go for a picnic and enjoy their meal in the open.Great Britain is a country of customs and traditions.
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Capturing these ports would halt this U-boat warfare, which was causing havoc among merchant ships taking supplies to Britain.He needed another important victory on the way to the coast that would lift the morale of both the army and the government and civilians back in Britain.In Haig’s eyes this needed to be a battle crucial to the end of the war for the army as well as Britain.This was because of the amount of mud and water filled shell holes.This was one of Haig’s tactics that was costly in terms of the amount of casualties but in doing so may have contributed to the end of the war.
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Find one more aphorism used in Paine’s essay and explain the point he is making with it.Paine is arguing that the colonists should unite to fight against Britain.3.According to the first paragraph, what has Britain declared?This referral was used to encourage the idea that a war against Britain would be a war in support of God and religious ideals.He says that British rule over the colonies is like slavery or bondage.
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Malaysia's transformation .Western Design influences in minaret, etc.However, Malaysia's exposure also granted vulnerability and eventual colonialism under multiple countries, most notably Great Britain.As hypostyle Mosques began to dilapidate from the harsh tropical weather in Malaysia, with flat roofs flooding and sand constructed minarets crumbling, Indonesian architecture began to take over.Major design changes in mosque .
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They have also predicted that the waters are going to remain as they are and that temperature in Britain is going to drop in the next decade.Nature, 1995, 378, 139 Taylor, A. H. , Colebrook, J. M. , Stephens, J.This has made the circulation to slow down and if it remains so the temperatures in some countries are likely to drop like in Britain.The Gulf Stream has been blamed because the warm water that it takes from the tropical regions to the coastline in Europe has cause severe weather changes in the regions that it passes through.J. of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 1992, 72, 919-921. .
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Manufactured goods were exported to nearly all colonies of Britain.Industrial Revolution required a steady and constant supply of raw material Britain itself did not have many raw materials, its weather and landscape did not allow her to grow fine cottons or sugar which were in great demand and valuable back in 18th century.This helped Britain to create a huge, world-wide market but it also led to the loss of the American colonies.Industrial Revolution also required markets for the increasing number of goods it produced and Britain had none of this problem since its Empire was so huge and the British were skillful at shipping.While all the European countries were struggling to defeat the Grand Army, Britain was safe because of its strong...
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the ground, we track planes, weather, ships, and many Intercontinental Ballistic .key role in our day-to-day lives.Grolier Inc. 1994.Hitzeroth, Deborah.Page, Irving H. "RADAR," The New Book of Popular Science, pgs.
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Not long after the war did trouble begin with the colonies and Britain.Britain received most of Canada from France and all territory south of Canada and east of the Mississippi River, West Indian colonies and Florida from Spain.The British success in the French and Indian War transformed the relationship between Britain and the American colonies.Even with the lousy times and weather the soldiers had to go through there was partiality shown, Americans were treated so poorly in the war that they had to answer to British regulars who were merly slaves to the officers.The British had taxed the colonies until the colonist finally took a stand and rebelled.
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The most major of these being the fact that they generate much more of their own power.However many other of their ideas and ways of life are easily transferable to other cultures which could help make the world a more sustainable and better place to live.This is a brilliant method of coping with the weather as it keeps your house the same temperature through the day and night.An extreme climate is an area with an abnormal weather pattern which increases the difficulty to survive.Another way that Australians lead a different lifestyle from us in order to cope with the extreme weather and scale of the deserts is to generate their own electricity privately.
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1930 to 1941 were difficult years for America and it was not until World War II that we started to make some progress.Roosevelt brought America back from the brink and helped a lot of people, but so many others were left without jobs or money or food.But when Britain declared war, the United States sent sent weapons to Britain, their allies.Freedom in world depended on the outcome of World War II.The 1930’s were a time of poverty in America.
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Bretagne is also called Brittany and sometimes referred to as little Britain.The next race will be in November of 2014.Being close to the ocean, the weather is fairly nice and warm year round.The festivals attract many tourists and French people to the area.The scenery and weather is unforgettably amazing.
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In conclusion, the power of weather as a symbol cannot be underestimated.Besides Goldings examples in The Lord of The Flies, elements of weather are also used in movies regardless of language.Golding also uses weather to make the readers feel as though they are at that particular scene and can experience the weather at that time.Golding, realising the importance of weather as a symbol has used it consistently throughout the book.All of this shows how weather has the ability to influence a person and William Golding realising this has used weather to create interest in readers and thus has made the novel more interesting.
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-Early start theory: Britain was the first country in the world to industrialise.-However: it could be argued that this was a period of relative decline of Britain as a global economic power, rather than the British economy performing poorly at a National or Sub-National level.As refrigeration technology advanced, the ability to import cheap, frozen meat into Britain became a reality.-However: there was less of a reason to invest in such sectors at that time in Britain.Therefore it is clear how the climate had a negative effect on the Agricultural Industry in Britain and how it added to the “Great Depression”.
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A commendable victory of the D-day invasion established superior honor to American roops and its Allied troops.The Battle of the Bulge began six months after D-day on December 16th to try and break the alliance of America’s Allies, “Hitler had convinced himself that the alliance between Britain, France, and America in the Western sector of Europe was not strong and that a major attack and efeat would break up the alliance” (“The Battle of the Bulge,”).D-Day was an ingenious turning point of World War II.C)-day has proved that America along with its other Ally countries can stand together, fight together, and bring victory together, but not without respectable sacrifices.Great honor is due to the sacrificial acts of the countless soldiers...
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killing fish and vegetation.will be added to the river.river's edge and walking along paths which follow a river.Humans also erode the sides of rivers by farming too close to the .also pollute a river by dumping waste and chemicals into the water, .
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This made the gods more tangible and easier to identify with.The gods and goddesses are powerful beings capable of super-human powers, but nevertheless are characters fraught with very human frailties and flaws.I also see gods as being characters that have many similarities with the people within the society.Most of the comparisons will be examining the similarities between major Greek and Norse gods, as well as creatures, stories and specific symbols which are featured in the mythologies.I see mythology as an attempt by a people to explain the powerful forces which affect and shape it, that are beyond its control, such as weather, the elements, and nature.
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People in Britain only started going on holiday in the 1860's.Whereas most people like just relaxing, enjoying the .holidays in the Mediterranean where the weather was always guaranteed .Some people enjoy actually taking a .abroad than the Mediterranean.
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It is clear that human activity has a significant role in climate change (Stern, 2006).Furthermore, all sectors are required to respond accordingly to climate change in order to benefit from arising opportunities.One significantly major problem regarding climate change in the United Kingdom is the impact of flooding and storms (Bruce, 2014; Choi, 2014; Bawden, 2014).Nonetheless, adaptation is required in order to minimise the damages and financial losses that climate change is causing, before these become irreversible....he opportunities and significantly impact upon the economy, thus experiencing the growing crisis in all its dimensions.
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But recently, the scientists are warning that the Britain will face a climate as cold as Iceland’s.Usually the climate is described as the average weather condition over a relatively long period.The lake are filled by sands, trees are losing away, air is full of dust, all of those phenomenon are happening at every corner of the world, also including Britain.The climate is different with the weather.Even scientists were shocked on it, they were shocking at the change comes so quick that further than human’s prediction.
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Therefore spending on .Taxes are a very unpopular thing and parties usually .no official poverty line in Britain and because there are many .Looking at Britain today to .eliminate poverty would be a very hard thing to do.
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