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Each individual specializes on a task and works in the company of others to finish the fabrication of a product; thanks to that, the yield increases (since every person specializes on performing a task which he becomes better at and performs in less time), thus propitiating the supplying of a greater market (which has previously demanded that product).
In contrast to the problems generated over water use in cities and commercial agriculture, we discovered other logics for water management that, while silently resistant, may produce more promising results in terms of reversing contamination and over-exploitation, while propitiating more equitable forms of access.
They have had the responsibility of editing 69 numbers that have managed to compile in 723 articles the research effort made by the discipline; thus, propitiating the compliance of the social purpose of legitimizing, storing, and keeping a rigorous record of scientific knowledge in nursing to make it available worldwide.
R Meyyar knows little of the origins but says, "earlier there was a concept of propitiating the lower half of a pot to the temples.
Instead of speaking truth to power, they are busy propitiating and perpetuating it, ignoring worst excesses and abuses.
For example, Samten Karmay introduces a Bon canonical source for propitiating gnyan spirits via the myth-and-ritual nexus.
To counter this, wise village elders are sharing their secret ceremonies and cultivation techniques with the young in hopes of propitiating the traditional deities and thus to revive the ancient size of these sacred giant tubers.
If every entry of the LEED[TM] model was taken into account in an adequate manner along the service life of the building and in each of its phases (from pre-design to end of service life), then natural and human resources would be saved, the facilities and their correct functioning would be secured as well, including those of the whole system and the subsystems that compose the building, propitiating a lengthy service life with planned durability, estimated in the phases of design.
He has succeeded in propitiating both divine powers and political bosses with equal finesse.
System of information of management of waste (SIMW); they are databases that allow modeling and simulating to select, evaluate and optimize the management and control of waste, propitiating solutions for the large volumes of municipal waste, even before it is generated.
It additionally facilitates mastication and oral hygiene, preserving periodontal physiology and propitiating clinical longevity of the restoration.