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Describe the period in greek history that followed the dominance of the Minoans and the mycenaeans?
What is a constitution and what are its functions?
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Hierarchy of authority in a sales organization?
The hierarchy of authority in a sales organization is often viewed as a pyramid with the most important person on the top (smallest portion) and the least important people on the bottom (widest part). Usually the hierarchy starts on the bottom with the workers, followed by management, followed by directors, followed by a board of directors, a managing director, and a CEO or company president.
What was the biggest building in an English village in the 1060's?
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How many HQ choices can you have in 40k Apocalypse?
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Describe the pathway followed by a water molecule from the time it enters a plant root to the time it enters a plant root to the time it escapes into the atmosphere from a leaf?
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What is misconduct in the workplace?
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Who is responsible to making sure safe work practices are followed?
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What could happen if you do not have fat in your diet?
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What Organization removed homosexuality from its list of mental disorders in 1973?
In 1973, the American Psychiatric Association declassified homosexuality as a mental disorder. The American Psychological Association Council of Representatives followed in 1975. Thereafter other major mental health organizations followed and it was finally declassified by the World Health Organization in 1990.
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Why different application types require specialized software engineering techniques process?
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Describe the difference between radio waves visible light and gamma rays?
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What does a u in a circle mean on labels?
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What is the difference between BS and ISO?
"ISO", from the Greek word "isos" (equal), is the short name for the International Organization for Standardization. ISO is an international standard-setting organization composed of representatives from various national standards organizations. Many global standards published by ISO have a name that begins with "ISO" followed by a number. The national standards organization for the United Kingdom, the BSI Group, publishes standards known as "British Standards". Many of these national standards have a name that begins with "BS" followed by a number. ---- Or did you really want to know the difference between blood sugar and the International Sugar Organization?
Who are the industry leaders in heating equipment?