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  • | industry = [[Internet search]] | products = [[Search engine]]
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  • '''Online shopping''' is the process of researching and purchasing products or services over the [[Internet]]. The earliest ... on Consumer Mobile Buying Behaviour.” "Journal of Electronic Commerce Research," 6(3) (2005).</ref> Online shopping had caught the attention of the genera
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  • ...and the Judaeans (or Jews) in verses [http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=john%206:70-7:1 6:70-7:1], which run like this in the [[King James Bible]]: ...etrayal of Jesus is the reference in [http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John%206:71 John 6:71] to Judas as ''son of Simon the Iscariot.'' In light
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  • ...ainty that Hoffa had secretly and illegally pocketed a great deal of union money, including more than $85,000 between 1949 and 1953, for Hoffa's personal bi In 2003, the [[FBI]] searched the backyard of a home in [[Hampton Township, Michigan]] formerly frequen
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  • ...g Feast]], Tower and War, [[The Lost Sheep|Lost sheep]], [[Lost Money|Lost money]], [[Parable of the Prodigal Son|Lost son]], [[The Unjust Steward|Unjust st *[[Jesus and the Money Changers|Temple incident]] (19:45–20:8)
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  • ...even miles northeast of Pella, Iowa.<ref>Gary L. Roberts, "Wyatt Earp: The Search for Order on the Last Frontier," in ''With Bullets & Badges: Lawmen & Outla ...t [[Fort Bridger]] to hunt [[Bison|buffalo]] with [[Jim Bridger]]. Later researchers have suggested that Lake's account of Earp's early life is embellished,
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  • ...a.org/sol-bin/search.pl?login=guest&enlogin=guest&db=REAL&field=adlerhw_gr&searchstr=Iota,620 Isaeus]. ''stoa.org''. </ref> According to Sir Richard C. Jebb, ...yle="text-align: left;" | "We need money, for sure, Athenians, and without money nothing can be done that ought to be done."
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  • ... important theories, those on fiscal contributions, national wealth, the [[money supply]] and circulation velocity, value, the [[interest rate]], internatio ...expenditure, to which the monarch could adhere, when deciding how to raise money for the war. Petty lists six kinds of public charge, namely defense, govern
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  • ...e Rosen Publishing Group, 2004. ISBN 082393828X), 52</ref> although some researchers, such as Karl Julius Beloch, argue that the dispatch of such a great fle ...ufficiently justified, since the official documents just referred that the money was spent for a "very serious purpose." Nonetheless, the "serious purpose"
    87 KB (13,054 words) - 18:31, 7 February 2019
  • *[[Jesus and the Money Changers|Jesus and the money-changers]] (2:13-25) .... This saying was based partially on [http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Isaiah%2055:1-2;&version=31; Isaiah 55:1-2].
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  • ...eping on the floor in friends' dorm rooms, returning soda bottles for food money, and getting weekly free meals at the local [[International Society for Kri ...]] in mid-1974 to visit [[Neem Karoli Baba]] at his Kainchi [[Ashram]], in search of spiritual enlightenment. When they reached the Neem Karoli ashram it was
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  • ...used by some cyclical variables. For example, a surprise decrease in the [[money supply]] may shock participants in society. Then, we may see [[recession]] ... ones; it is compatible with [[full employment]]. (It is sometimes called "search unemployment" and is seen as largely voluntary.) It arises because either e
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  • ...of Chicago School economists has been to carry out empirical, real-world research, combining basic theory with data to address contemporary and historical pr ... analysis. Examples of such extensions conceived by Chicago economists are search theory (George Stigler), human capital theory ([[Gary Becker]] and [[Theodo
    29 KB (4,227 words) - 16:25, 10 February 2017
  • ...ef>[http://www.usatoday.com/news/washington/2009-06-04-obama-roots_N.htm Researchers: Obama has German roots]. ''USATODAY'' (June 4, 2009). Retrieved Februar ...ness International Corporation]], then at the [[New York Public Interest Research Group]].<ref name=Obama/> He was hired as director of the [[Developing Comm
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  • Many researchers believe that skin darkening was an adaptation that evolved as a protecti Current research establishes that human beings are highly genetically homogeneous, meaning t
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  • ...lso taught part-time at the [[New School for Social Research]]. Career and money tensions led to quarrels and reconciliations, but when Charles discovered C ...h century.<ref name=Tick>Judith Tick, ''Ruth Crawford Seeger: a Composer's Search for American Music'' (Oxford University Press, 2000, ISBN 978-0195137927).<
    60 KB (8,815 words) - 16:14, 14 March 2019
  • ... 1923–24: A woman feeds her tiled stove with money. At the time, burning money was less expensive than buying firewood.]] ...f it. Circulation of money rocketed and soon, the Germans discovered their money was worthless. The value of the [[German papiermark|Papiermark]] had declin
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  • ...' in a fashion suitable for college students; a sample chapter he wrote on money and credit won Mises’ approval. As Rothbard continued his work, he transf ... search for 'conspiracies,' as misguided as the results often are, means a search for motives, and an attribution of individual responsibility for the histor
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  • An unacknowledged use of words, ideas, information, research, or findings not one's own, taken from any source is plagiarism only if a p Intentional plagiarism where an entire essay or research paper is copied from another source is blamed on a combination of [[stress]
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  • ..., by arguing that "money matters," it became apparent that controlling the money supply was not enough for economic health. The economic system of human soc ...h and sought a stable equilibrium between the supply of and the demand for money to bring about such well-being.
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