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English to Spanish Dictionary

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Diplomacy and the Study of International Relations

By: Heatley, D. P. (David Playfair), B. 1868

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Animal Behaviour

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Helping the Tourism Industry Recover

By: Doug Baker

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: The devastation and trauma of September 11 rocked many U.S. industries, perhaps none more than travel and tourism. While the data shows that international tourism to the United States had already been slowing, the attacks gave further reason for international visitors to stay home. The Bush administration and industry increased their efforts to allay the fears of travelers. The Department of Commerce?s latest international travel forecast indicates that these ef...

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The Clinton Foreign Policy Record : An Evaluation : Hearing before...

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interational Relations
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The Catholic Question in America : Whether a Roman Catholic Clergy...

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By: Lincoln P. Bloomfield

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Excerpt: I know this must be a moment in your lives that summons a range of emotions. Your minds are clear, all the anxiety of meeting course requirements, taking exams, writing papers, is behind you, although many of you will have nightmares for the next twenty years about forgetting you had signed up for a course and having two days to cram for the final. Now, you can look ahead and see what is out there, waiting for you. You may know what you plan to do next, or you m...

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Conan Doyles Best Books in Three Volumes, Vol. 1

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Excerpt: The writer was a fellow-student of Conan Doyle. Together they attended She surgical demonstrations of Joseph Bell, at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. This man exhibited incredibly acute and sure deductive powers in diagnosis and in guessing the vocation of patients from external signs. Sir Henry Littlejohn, another medical lecturer heard by the two students, was remarkable for his sagacious expert testimony, leading to the conviction of many a criminal. Thus is t...

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Architecture, Construction and Engineering (Ace) Tourism Infrastru...

By: Department of Defense

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Excerpt: You are invited to join the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Architecture, Construction and Engineering (ACE) Trade Mission to Mexico City, September 6-9, 2005. This mission ... to be led by a Deputy Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce ... provides U.S. ACE firms with a timely opportunity to enter Mexico’s competitive market. Tourism, one of Mexico’s top revenue generators, offers substantial opportunities for U.S. firms in infrastructure buildin...

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Current Tourism Policy Activities : Hearing before the Subcommitte...

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The National Strategy to Secure Cyber Space, February 2003

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Infrastructure and the World Bank : A Progress Report

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The needs for access to good quality, reliable and affordable infrastructure are universal in developing countries, yet the nature of the infrastructure ?gap? varies. In low income areas, there is a large demand for increased access to basic infrastructure services, but service quality and reliability are also essential to maintaining economic growth and competitiveness, and are of particular concern to middle income clients as well. In almost all countries, impediments ...

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Excerpt: This publication was prepared under contract RK970742. Listing of materials and resources in this book should not be construed or interpreted as an endorsement by the Department of any private organization or business listed herein. This book is in the public domain. Authorization to reproduce it in whole or in part for educational purposes is granted.

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