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by: seohullseohull
08 Apr 2020 10:30
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Gifts for men
by: seohullseohull
21 May 2020 12:18
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by: seohullseohull
21 May 2020 12:17
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30 Mar 2020 13:30
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I sensed he was in pain. By the next morning he seemed okay, but he slept more than usual. Babies who sleep more are a good break for any tired mom. Elliot recovered and continued to develop in a manner we thought was typical.
by: seohullseohull
03 Mar 2020 14:07
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07 Feb 2020 11:59
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07 Feb 2020 11:58
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03 Feb 2020 13:01
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26 Nov 2019 19:54
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30 Oct 2019 06:14
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So you’ve ticked all the ‘easy’ boxes of creating your own links to your website through directories and social media accounts. Excellent. Now it’s time to think about the places to channel your energy in terms of getting the most metaphorical bang for your buck as far as domain authority goes. The top-level domain (TLD) of a website (the .com or .co. nz or .biz, etc) can play a major role in quickly identifying whether or not a website has an inherently high-ranking domain authority. And the two easiest areas to focus on are websites relating to government or higher education.
by: seohullseohull
01 Oct 2019 17:22
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Technological change, or its accelerating rate, is often the key inde- pendent variable explaining why such transformations occurred. For Castells, ‘[t]he new techno-economic paradigm imposes the space of flows as the irreversible spatial logic of economic and functional organizations’ (1989: 350). Even in relatively careful and critical presentations of globalisation, for which technological change is not a sufficient explanation, it usually remains a necessary ingredient. Giddens’ account both of globalisation and of how this precludes conventional social democratic policies (Giddens, 1990, 1998) involves a relatively complex, theoretical and abstract argument, drawing on a variety of social and psychological theories. Minimally, however, in his (1990) characterisation of ‘time-space distanciation’, he emphasises how in contemporary, radicalised or late modernity, information can flow instantly and without regard to distance.
by: seohullseohull
11 Sep 2019 07:34
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There have been numerous formulations of state decline or retreat and more or less sophisticated expositions of why this loss of power occurred. Any lack of consensus should not be surprising given the different ways in which the state is understood. For centuries scholars have offered diverse conceptualisations. At its most extreme a Hobbesian tradition of political science sees society as essentially framed by nation states. Human progress is only conceivable through national state development. Weberian sociology similarly emphasises the necessary territoriality of legitimate authority. Yet globalisation over- rides national boundaries and territorial jurisdiction, reducing state power with accordingly serious social consequences.
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11 Sep 2019 07:32
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09 Aug 2019 06:34
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09 Aug 2019 06:31
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26 Jun 2019 07:16
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26 Jun 2019 07:14
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