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project

(prə-jĕkt′)
v.
1. To extend forward or out; jut out.
2. In psychology, to externalize and attribute something, such as an emotion, to someone or something else.
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Q. Anyone whos doctor here and is willing to help me fillin in questionare for my project? hello, my name is edward sinanta from indonesia, i am a high school student and i would like to request an interview with you for a essay regarding the trend of health problem consultation in social networking. if you don't mind to be interviewed about this issue, please notify me through this e-mail and we can discuss the details later on. thank you for your time and attention. regards, edward

A. edward, i'm not a doctor so i can't help you ,but i hope you'll find what you are looking for and way to go on finding resources for your project!!

Q. I am getting confused with my project.. I am depressed.What can i do? Soon I will be completing my French classes. As my classes are coming close I have started developing negative mind set. I don’t understand that how my classmates are doing well. I hope they do not have any stress but I am having severe stress. I am getting scared and looks like that I may fail in my classes.. I am not able to concentrate on my classes. I am getting confused with my project. My sleep has become very difficult. I too worry about the job. I am depressed. There is no support from my classmates. Please help me what shall I do?

A. You need to find a stress reliever in your life. Think of everything from going to the gym to simple interactions with others. After you have achieved a plateau of stress relief. Sit down in a non stressful place and study. Good Luck

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Looking at the taxpayer's cost accounting systems and its method of allocating costs to codes within specific projects based on allocation percentages established by the planning engineer who initiates the project and based on the total projected costs of the project for each code, as well as using cost pools for labor costs of supervisors and support employees that are subsequently allocated to various projects and/or codes, the Service ruled that if the agent determines that time-reporting engineers specifically track time to project codes, such labor costs are direct labor costs.
But the City of Atherton requires more--a deposit of $50 per ton projected to be generated, with a $5,000 minimum.
Don Chen, director of the Smart Growth Program at the Surface Transportation Policy Project in Washington, points out that Washington is itself undergoing similar headaches with its improvements to the notorious Springfield Interchange, a/k/a "The Mixing Bowl." Originally projected to cost $300 million, the early-stages project has already ballooned to $450 million.
Many projects suffer sagging sales momentum after the initial in-rush because they did not properly plan to sustain their projected fill-up ramp of four to six units per month.

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