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    • ...research directed at reducing neurological, mental health and substance-use disorders... ...violence, injury and neurological, mental health and substance-use disorders... ...normative development, and neurological, mental health and substance-use disorders... ...prevent mental health,...
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    • ...for moral advance, and for mental development, to co-ordinate... ...the time more subservient to mental culture”. A study of... ...himself, his innate physical and mental powers, and how much... ...the unemployment, the loss of capital, the ultimate raising of... ...tools and capital instruments...
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    • ...However, the large amount of capital required is not always appreciated... ...refining or heavy chemicals, a capital of £5,000-£10... ...from external loans. The high capital cost of industrialization is the... ...already rich countries have the capital to make full use of... ...the high capital...
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    • ...are partly material and partly mental. Every society consists of... ...to the study of the mental aspects of social welfare.... ...supply and demand, labour and capital, law and order, hygiene...
  7. Books and Arts |

    • ...concept of belief (and allied mental concepts) has no proper... ...in a scientific explanation of mental life. We have all... ..., and paradigms" based on mental-istic terms. The author'... ...believes that Ouagadougou is the capital of Upper Volta S hopes... ...is the capital of Upper Volta...
  8. News |

    • ...of us realise that the capital invested in the railway companies... ...instant by the paid-up capital of the companies. The... total paid-up capital in 1850 was 240 millions... ...shows the total paid-up capital plotted against the year.... .... After this date the capital increases at a somewhat...
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    • ...economic betterment upon physical and mental ability). The greater part...
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    • ...escort to reach the forbidden capital of Tibet. The saffron-... ...from the hills round the capital, and that the two... ...has to co-operate with capital: the capitalist may be... ...a sleeping partner, or the capital may be held by a... ...into general use require capital, as we have seen...Capital
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    • ...-but of changes in their mental attitude towards it, and... ...also losing physical, and even mental and moral strength; and... ...seek safe investments for their capital; and again, among those... ...of large firms with large capitals and expensive plants; that... ...on their capital. There...
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    • ...the Guillebrand Committee found that capital expenditure in 1952-53 was... ...advance in the treatment of mental diseases, but Lord Pakenham... ...Research Council on research into mental health was inadequate. In... ...since the Guillebrand report, capital expenditure had considerably increased...
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    • ...stands out by his capacity, mental and physical: a quick... ...from general strength and capacity, mental and physical. Amongst such... ...to a later stage of mental development, such subjects can... ...should be incorporated in the mental equipment of every citizen at... ..., mental,... ...mental...
  15. Research |

    • ...same terrifying sense of insufficient mental equipment was dawning upon some... ...all the scattered and ineffective mental wealth of our world into... ...motor-cars and aeroplanes. In mental organization we have, so... ...Encyclopaedia should be the mental background of every intelligent...
  16. Research |

    • ...deficit, his ability to form mental images is normal. C.... ...-damaged subjects as tests of mental imagery. On a letter... ...K. also performed flawlessly on mental imagery tasks on which his... ...to imagine a large block-capital letter (E or F)... .... thus has excellent mental imagery despite...
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    • ...determinants include levels of human capital, life expectancy, initial income...
  19. News |

    • ...corresponds a continuous series of mental events describable in psychical terms... ...not to suffer. LABOUR, CAPITAL, AND WAGES. The conclusions... ...of industry between labour and capital. Both are essential to... ...leaders of labour and of capital consists in promoting the interests...
  20. Research |

    • ...individual citizen, his abilities, mental and physical, no longer... ...little of the history and mental traditions and aptitudes of the... ...use of invention and fixed capital. This has, in turn... ...from taxation, and via large capital efforts (housing, etc.)... ...of capital accumulation...
  21. News |

    • ...is largely wasted, and the mental, moral, and physical training... ...involved in industry, namely, capital and labour, to be... ...of lives, the waste of capital and energy, and at... ...easily change the moral and mental growth of its children from... ...chronic separation of capital and labour,...
  22. News |

    • ...the wholesale societies, have for capital the contributions of other societies... ...per cent, is added to capital. The average annual contribution... ...social intercourse, mutual helpfulness, mental and moral improvement, and... ...profits and some of their capital to the excellent work of...
  23. News |

    • ...have been held in the capitals of the Australian States at... ...F. Anderson, professor of mental philosophy, Sydney University, on... ...air infection; Section J, mental science and education, by... .... Henry Laurie, professor of mental philosophy, Melbourne University, on... ...and in mental...
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    • ...which, while conveying a definite mental impression to a mathematician,... ...time of constructing even a mental picture of that process grows... ...due to the accumulation of capital, or, as I should... ...its development, and the more capital the young animal receives the... ...capital and...mental
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    • ...undergone very elaborate development. The mental testing from which it originated... ...to any great extent. The mental testing has waxed larger and... , which arose from the mental tests, has now managed... ...that any person undergoes a mental test and obtains seventeen marks... ...from mental...