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Economy Of Greece - Trade and Investment
... In Serbia, 250 Greek companies are active with a total investment of over €2 billion ... European Union €33,330.5 – European Union €11,102.0 – Total €60,669.9 – Total €17,334.1 Imports and exports in 2011 values in millions Rank Imports Rank ... Werner Hoyer, said on 4 March 2012 that Greece would receive loans for a total of €2 billion in what Mr ...
Queen's Award For Export Achievement - Recipients - Organisations - Totals
... The total number of winners in each class each year are shown below ... Combined) Sustainable Development (Environmental Achievement) Total awards 7. 145 ...
2046 (film) - Box Office
... home country of Hong Kong, 2046 earned a total of US$778,138 ... It went on to gross a total of $1,444,588 in North America, playing at 61 venues at its widest release ... Its total worldwide box office gross is US$19,271,312 ...
Labour Economics - Compensation and Measurement
... a period (typically a week, a month, or a year) total compensation = earnings + other benefits for labour income = total compensation + unearned income ... total cost = fixed cost + variable cost ...
Demographics Of Russia
... In 2011, the population of Russia grew by 191,000 people, and reached a total of more than 143 million ... to the 2010 census, ethnic Russians make up 81% of the total population, while six other ethnicities have a population exceeding 1 million – Tatars ... In total, 160 different ethnic groups and indigenous peoples live within the Russian Federation's borders ...

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    The only way into truth is through one’s own annihilation; through dwelling a long time in a state of extreme and total humiliation.
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    The word infant derives from Latin words meaning “not yet speaking.” It emphasizes what the child cannot do and reflects the baby’s total dependence on adults. The word toddler, however, demonstrates our change in perspective, for it focuses on the child’s increased mobility and burgeoning independence.
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    Computers are good at swift, accurate computation and at storing great masses of information. The brain, on the other hand, is not as efficient a number cruncher and its memory is often highly fallible; a basic inexactness is built into its design. The brain’s strong point is its flexibility. It is unsurpassed at making shrewd guesses and at grasping the total meaning of information presented to it.
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