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Nonmarital, out of wedlock Social medicine The legal status of a child born to unwed parents
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After reading the article "Leveraging BPI Applications to Drive Value" in the May 2002 issue of Financial Executive, I'd like to know: What are the current trends in business intelligence, and where is it heading?
Many of these current trends are the focus of articles in this issue of the Journal.
Chapter 2, "Studies in Pakistan" (Anware Dil), introduces linguistic studies and research in Pakistan, focusing on current trends in Pakistani linguistics.
By using current trends and issues to determine a target market, a director can position a camp for growth in the twenty-first century.
Current Trends in Cost of Quality: Linking the Cost of Quality and Continuous Improvement, by John Hawley Atkinson, Jr.
Current trends toward kidney transplantation are a manifestation of a convergence of medical and economic preference in treatment choice.
This report will help you understand current trends of the global food and beverage packaging industry from manufacturers point of view.
He has given chapter talks on lead issues and current trends for copper alloy castings.
Trade Deficit Review Commission that the current trends are unsustainable and, if not reversed, could represent a serious threat to the U.
New research " Dental Equipment Market (Dental Radiology, CAD/CAM, Dental Chairs, Dental Lasers) Current Trends, Opportunities & Global Forecasts Uptill 2016 " elaborated byMarketsandMarkets offers a complete and analytical review of the market, provides knowledge on the development dynamics and trends, key market statistics, overview of the market players and the competitive landscape, and future market forecasts.
The number of women choosing a career in veterinary medicine is growing so rapidly that, if current trends continue, there will be an equal number of women veterinarians as men by the year 2001, says Dr.
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