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The establishment of translation offices by the Chinese government was, as already mentioned, part of a controversial reform strategy according to which scientific translations should be used to reject foreign interference by means of unequal treaties and extraterritorial regimes.
If you accept, as most statisticians do, their broad validity, Birmingham is currently the most economically unequal city in England, and second most unequal in the UK.
The software AstroPlanner, written by Paul Rodman, also uses my unequal double-star limit.
Consequently, if there is no evidence of an agreement to own the property in unequal shares, the partner who contributes the most may ultimately lose out.
Cao, "A miniaturized broadband 4: 1 unequal Wilkinson power divider," Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, Vol.
In this paper, a new tri-band Wilkinson power divider is proposed for unequal power division ratio application, which is based on both the extended T-shaped short stub and three-section transformer.
The collection of essays in Discrimination in an Unequal World refocuses attention on the role of globalization in contemporary social inequality.
And in so doing, set an example for the rest of the world and certain dietary targets for others selfishly swilling down someone else's calories in another part of an unequal world.
The second updated edition of UNEQUAL PROTECTION: HOW CORPORATIONS BECAME "PEOPLE"--AND HOW YOU CAN FIGHT BACK updates and features Hartmann's analysis of two recent Supreme Court cases which tossed out corporate campaign finance limits.
This is what Rob Vito, CEO of Unequal Technologies Corp.
However, these defences typically lump together two kinds of division of labour - a division between different tasks within a given process, and a division between different workers, whereby each worker is limited to a single or very small number of tasks - which we might term an unequal division of labour.