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… (Confederation of Registered Club Associations) which lobbies Parliament on behalf of clubs. This was active in the recent debate about smoking. As most clubs are known as the haven of the working man who likes to drink and smoke (in many cases without any women in the bar), there is a degree of justifiable concern about the future prospects of clubs.

… workers, whilst the proximity to the port led to the area becoming known for its nightlife and cabarets, as well as prostitution and crime. Today the area still retains a degree of ‘edge’, but it also home to several important buildings, including Gaudí’s Palau Güell, which is only a few steps down the Carrer Nou de la Rambla from the Rambla dels Caputxins.

The school is a fully selective non-fee paying grammar school with admission via an entrance exam. It had foundation school status which allowed a degree of independence from the local education authority, but from 2011 under the government’s education reforms, it attained Academy status.

degree of control over dopant placement is demonstrated by modifying sol precursors and processing parameters, which allowed a syn- thesis protocol to be developed to optimise the doping effectiveness. Relatively minor variations in…

… microstructural changes which inhibit crack propagation and provide a degree of ‘damage tolerance 1 not common to other ceramic materials. Ultrasonic testing can aid in the characterization of microstructural changes associated with transformation…

… in a foreign setting such as the American Mid-west could be seen as one way to give new born children a sense of an ethnic self esteem, a specific Southeast Asian history, and a degree of protection from the alienation and commercial materialism that afflicts middle class American children at comparable ages…

… normality and convexity of the resulting interpolated fuzzy sets; and 3) it suggests a variety of definitions for representative values, providing a degree of freedom to meet different requirements. Comparative experimental studies are provided to demonstrate the potential of this method. Peer reviewe…

… definition on representative values (RVs) employed by fuzzy interpolation and presents three useful implementations of this definition. This provides a degree of freedom to choose appropriate RVs to meet different requirements. The…

… that the ‘nowness’ of Harvey’s (middle) ageing body is haunted (Fisher, 2014) by her earlier performances. This juxtaposition of the past and present affords a degree of circularity in terms of how to place a performance in linear time and is…

… mentoring relationship, and 3) the identification of three types of parent-mentor interactions, which contributed to the characterization of parent-mentor relationships based on a level of communication and a degree of closeness. These study…

… with friends and family. This study explored the process by which young people make these decisions. Mixed methods were used: a vignette study presenting choices around engaging in activities involving a degree of infection risk and a…

… work to be a largely positive experience, and there was a degree of consensus on how the process of using this could be improved. All participants reported the value of contact with birth family members, especially siblings. However, life…

… quite good in sharing resources among tenants with a degree of guaranteed resource availability. Still there is room for improvements. In this thesis, we propose the design and implementation of a new system called Quota-based access control…

… medicalisation. Infertility was the greatest personal concern but most thought that possession of a vagina was society’s main criterion for womanhood. Most seemed secure in their female gender, although some were aware of a degree of performativity.

… only weak activity on xylobiose and prefers xylooligosaccharides with a degree of polymerization above two. The remaining xylobiose is efficiently hydrolyzed by the second B. adolescentis β-xylosidase, XylC, a glycoside hydrolase of family…

… polarized X-ray pulses are produced at 500 – 1, 200  eV. These X-ray pulses are tens of femtoseconds long, have a degree of circular polarization of 0. 98 – 0. 04 + 0. 02 at 707  eV and may be scanned in energy. We also present a new two-colour…

… are significantly lower. A degree of mosaicity parallel to the surface is the probable cause of this in the GaAs substrate. In the epilayer, a proposed explanation is a static displacement of the Cd and Te atoms from their crystallographic…

… they were obtained only after calcination at 900 °C. Quantitative determination of the distribution of the iron and cobalt phase in the octahedral and tetrahedral sites of the spinel structure shows that cobalt ferrite prepared by sol−gel has a partially inverted spinel structure with a degree of inversion around 0. 70…

Xenophon´s Socrates, by making a distinction between things that are under our control and things that are not, decides that thought should occupies itself only with human things, in order that the individual can achieve a degree of freedom…

… a whole, in that all texts, both spoken and written, exhibit a degree of ‘reasonableness’ that is realised in a number of ways and at all levels of the language system. In light of this conviction, we propose to organise the following foray…

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