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As defined by the geographer Yi-Fu Tuan, topophilia is the affective bond between people and place. His $1974$ book set forth a wide-ranging exploration of how the emotive ties with the material environment vary greatly from person to person and in ... presented by the author as a darker form of topophilia New Urbanism succeeded in those designs where architects collaborated with their of clients
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As defined by the geographer Yi-Fu Tuan, topophilia is the affective bond between people and place. His $1974$ book set forth a wide-ranging exploration of how the emotive ties with the material environment vary greatly from person to person and in ... as a metaphor expressing the failure of the homeland to accommodate non-citizens to signify feelings of fear or anxiety towards topophilic people
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"Free of the taint of manufacture" - that phrase, in particular, is heavily loaded with the ideology of what the Victorian socialist William Morris called the "anti-scrape", or an anticapitalist conservationism (not conservatism) that solaced itself with the ... antique veneer the notion of folk has led to several debates and disagreements of its nostalgic association with a pre-industrial past
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"Free of the taint of manufacture" - that phrase, in particular, is heavily loaded with the ideology of what the Victorian socialist William Morris called the "anti-scrape", or an anticapitalist conservationism (not conservatism) that solaced itself with ... were popular themes during the second wave of folk revivalism It reinforced Cecil Sharp's observation about folk's constant transformation
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"Free of the taint of manufacture" - that phrase, in particular, is heavily loaded with the ideology of what the Victorian socialist William Morris called the "anti-scrape", or an anticapitalist conservationism (not conservatism) that solaced itself with the vision of a ... be traced to the remote past of the country the fluidity of folk forms owing to their history of oral mode of transmission
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As defined by the geographer Yi-Fu Tuan, topophilia is the affective bond between people and place. His $1974$ book set forth a wide-ranging exploration of how the emotive ties with the material environment vary greatly from person to person and in intensity ... know it well Scientists have found that most creatures, including humans, are either born with or cultivate a strong sense of topography
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As defined by the geographer Yi-Fu Tuan, topophilia is the affective bond between people and place. His $1974$ book set forth a wide ranging exploration of how the emotive ties with the material environment vary greatly from person to ... place Architects have to objectively quantify spaces and hence cannot be topophilic Philosopher-architects are uniquely suited to develop topophilic design
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As defined by the geographer Yi-Fu Tuan, topophilia is the affective bond between people and place. His $1974$ book set forth a wide ranging exploration of how the emotive ties with the material environment vary greatly from person to person ... are designed to minimise the social exclusion of their clientele sensitive response to race and class problems in upscale residential developments
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Contemporary internet shopping conjures a perfect storm of choice anxiety. Research has consistently held that people who are presented with a few options make better, easier decisions than those presented with many.$\dots$Helping consumers figure out what to buy ... product catalogue With the motive of promoting certain companies, the government decides to double the tax-rates for these start-ups
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Contemporary internet shopping conjures a perfect storm of choice anxiety. Research has consistently held that people who are presented with a few options make better, easier decisions than those presented with many$\dots$Helping consumers figure out what to buy amid ... of companies that hired lifestyle influencers on Instagram for marketing their products were $40$% less than those that did not
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Contemporary internet shopping conjures a perfect storm of choice anxiety. Research has consistently held that people who are presented with a few options make better, easier decisions than those presented with many$\dots$Helping consumers figure out what to ... too many product options can be overwhelming for consumers consumers are susceptible to marketing images that they see on social media
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Contemporary internet shopping conjures a perfect storm of choice anxiety. Research has consistently held that people who are presented with a few options make better, easier decisions than those presented with many. . . . Helping consumers figure out what to buy amid an endless sea of choice online ... priced between $\$ 10$and$\$25$ A range of $25$ products priced between $\$ 5$and$\$10$
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Contemporary internet shopping conjures a perfect storm of choice anxiety. Research has consistently held that people who are presented with a few options make better, easier decisions than those presented with many$\dots$ Helping consumers figure out what to buy ... exceptions to They are exceptions to a dominant trend in consumer markets They are increasing the purchasing power of poor Americans
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"Free of the taint of manufacture" - that phrase, in particular, is heavily loaded with the ideology of what the Victorian socialist William Morris called the "anti-scrape", or an anticapitalist conservationism (not conservatism) that solaced itself with ... with each change The plurality and democratising impulse of folk forms emanate from the improvisation that its practitioners bring to it
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"Free of the taint of manufacture" - that phrase, in particular, is heavily loaded with the ideology of what the Victorian socialist William Morris called the "anti-scrape", or an anticapitalist conservationism (not conservatism) that solaced itself with the vision ... radical in folk, can later be seen as conformist that despite its archaic origins, folk continues to remain a popular tradition
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Scientists recently discovered that Emperor Penguins-one of Antarctica's most celebrated species-employ a particularly unusual technique for surviving the daily chill. As detailed in an article published today in the journal Biology Letters, the birds minimize ... their body colder helps penguins keep their plumage warmer Heat gain through radiation happens despite the heat loss through convection
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Scientists recently discovered that Emperor Penguins-one of Antarctica's most celebrated species-employ a particularly unusual technique for surviving the daily chill. As detailed in an article published today in the journal Biology Letters, the birds minimize heat loss ... of the heat radiated out from penguins' bodies AND the fall in temperature of the surrounding air after thermal convection
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In the past, credit for telling the tale of Aladdin has often gone to Antoine Galland$\dots$the first European translator of $\dots$Arabian Nights [which] started as a series of translations of $\dots$ an incomplete manuscript of a medieval Arabic story ... of the tale of Aladdin The description of opulence in Hanna Diyab's and Antoine Galland's narratives bore no resemblance to each other
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In the past, credit for telling the tale of Aladdin has often gone to Antoine Galland $\dots$the first European translator of $\dots$ ... in his travelogue Diyab's narration of the original story to Galland Diyab's description of the wealth of Versailles in his travelogue
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In the past, credit for telling the tale of Aladdin has often gone to Antoine Galland $\dots$the first European translator of $\dots$ ... documents the history of Europe and Middle East The archetype of the rags-to-riches story of Aladdin makes it popular even today
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In the past, credit for telling the tale of Aladdin has often gone to Antoine Galland $\dots$the first European translator of $\dots$Arabian Nights [which] started as a series of translations of an incomplete manuscript of a medieval Arabic story collection ... of stories Galland derived the story of Aladdin from Diyab's travelogue in which he recounts his fascination with the wealth of Versailles
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In the past, credit for telling the tale of Aladdin has often gone to Antoine Galland $\dots$the first European translator of $\dots$Arabian Nights [which] started as a series of translations of an incomplete manuscript of a medieval Arabic story collection$\dots$ ... Diyab's travelogue The story-line of many French fairy tales of the $18$th century Galland's acknowledgment of Diyab in his diary
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Scientists recently discovered that Emperor Penguins-one of Antarctica's most celebrated species-employ a particularly unusual technique for surviving the daily chill. As detailed in an article published today in the journal Biology Letters, the birds ... are beneficial point to the strategic advantages of ambiguity, and organizations' potential to differentiate themselves from competitors.
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Scientists recently discovered that Emperor Penguins-one of Antarctica's most celebrated species-employ a particularly unusual technique for surviving the daily chill. As detailed in an article published today in the journal Biology Letters, the birds minimize heat ... mind-reading varies across cultures, depends heavily on certain parts of the brain, and is subject to developmental disorders
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Scientists recently discovered that Emperor Penguins-one of Antarctica's most celebrated species-employ a particularly unusual technique for surviving the daily chill. As detailed in an article published today in the journal Biology Letters, the birds minimize heat ... we mistranslate metaphors from one language to another, revealing in the process our hidden assumptions about what we really value
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Scientists recently discovered that Emperor Penguins-one of Antarctica's most celebrated species-employ a particularly unusual technique for surviving the daily chill. As detailed in an article published today in the journal Biology Letters, the birds minimize heat loss by ... new norm will arise where it is considered unacceptable to reply with the same point that dozens of others have already
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Scientists recently discovered that Emperor Penguins-one of Antarctica's most celebrated species-employ a particularly unusual technique for surviving the daily chill. As detailed in an article published today in the journal Biology Letters, the birds minimize ... is a mathematical algorithm by which correlations and cooccurrences of behaviors are tracked and then used to make recommendations
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Scientists recently discovered that Emperor Penguins-one of Antarctica's most celebrated species-employ a particularly unusual technique for surviving the daily chill. As detailed in an article published today in the journal Biology Letters, the birds minimize heat ... respectively the penguins' plumage were made of a material that did not allow any heat transfer through convection or radiation
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Scientists recently discovered that Emperor Penguins-one of Antarctica's most celebrated species-employ a particularly unusual technique for surviving the daily chill. As detailed in an article published today in the journal Biology Letters, the birds ... of the following can be responsible for Emperor Penguins losing body heat? Reproduction process Thermal convection Food metabolism Plumage
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The following table represents addition of two six-digit numbers given in the first and the second rows, while sum is given in the third row. In the representation, each of the digits $0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9$ has been coded with one letter among A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K, with ... letters representing distinct digits. B H A A G F + A H J F K F A A F G C A F Which digit does the letter A represent _______
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The following table represents addition of two six-digit numbers given in the first and the second rows, while sum is given in the third row. In the representation, each of the digits $0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9$ has been coded with one letter among A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K, ... letters representing distinct digits. B H A A G F + A H J F K F A A F G C A F Which digit does the letter B represents _______
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Scientists recently discovered that Emperor Penguins-one of Antarctica's most celebrated species-employ a particularly unusual technique for surviving the daily chill. As detailed in an article published today in the journal Biology Letters, the birds minimize heat ... motivations of consumers and works at the supraliminal level, though the people targeted have no awareness of being persuaded
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Scientists recently discovered that Emperor Penguins-one of Antarctica's most celebrated species-employ a particularly unusual technique for surviving the daily chill. As detailed in an article published today in the journal Biology Letters, the birds minimize heat ... to produce a successful result Engineering and physics fundamentally differ on matters like building a bridge or a nuclear reactor
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Scientists recently discovered that Emperor Penguins-one of Antarctica's most celebrated species-employ a particularly unusual technique for surviving the daily chill. As detailed in an article published today in the journal Biology Letters, the birds minimize heat loss by ... ', embodied symbols To gain the suffix was to acquire a proud and optimistic emblem of the electronic and atomic age____
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Scientists recently discovered that Emperor Penguins-one of Antarctica's most celebrated species-employ a particularly unusual technique for surviving the daily chill. As detailed in an article published today in the journal Biology Letters, the birds ... hearing impairments encountered marginalization because it was believed that language could only be learned by hearing the spoken word___
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Scientists recently discovered that Emperor Penguins-one of Antarctica's most celebrated species-employ a particularly unusual technique for surviving the daily chill. As detailed in an article published today in the journal Biology Letters, the birds minimize heat loss by ... reason Thoughts precede all speech acts and these thoughts pop up in our heads even in the absence of any stimulus
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The following table represents addition of two six-digit numbers given in the first and the second rows, while sum is given in the third row. In the representation, each of the digits $0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9$ has been coded with one letter among A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K, with distinct ... + A H J F K F A A F G C A F Which among the digits $3,4,6$ and $7$ cannot be represented by the letter D _________
The following table represents addition of two six-digit numbers given in the first and the second rows, while sum is given in the third row. In the representation, each of the digits $0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9$ has been coded with one letter among A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K, with distinct ... + A H J F K F A A F G C A F Which among the digits $4,6,7$ and $8$ cannot be represented by the letter G ________
Five vendors are being considered for a service. The evaluation committee evaluated each vendor on six aspects-Cost, Customer Service, Features, Quality, Reach, and Reliability. Each of these evaluations are on a scale of $0$(worst) to $100$(perfect). The evaluation ... of $90$ on Cost. On which aspect is the median score of the five vendors the least? Customer Service Reliability Cost Quality