Effects of Smoke

Effects of Smoke

Some people chew the tobacco while other use it in cigarettes. Tobacco smoke consists of many chemical substances. Nicotine tar and carbon monoxide are the most important chemical substances. Nicotine is a very poisonous ...

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The Duties OF The Teacher

The Duties OF The Teacher

The real duties of the effective modem teacher are much broader and much more complicated than the average layman believes. Far too many individuals still think that the teacher works only between the hours ...

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Elements of a culture

Elements of a culture

Linton has proposed that all elements of culture can be classified into three principal categories. A) The universal B) The specialties C) The alternatives A) The Universals The universals comprise those values, beliefs and ...

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Atomic or Nuclear War

Atomic or Nuclear War

Radioactive_(of such metals as radium or uranium) having atoms that break up, and in so doing, send out rays in the form of electrically charged particles capable of penetrating (going deep into) opaque (not ...

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Conservation of Energy

Conservation of Energy

The use of energy in factories, transport, offices, educational institutions and homes is so large that fuel reserves such as coal, oil and gas are exhausting very rapidly. Non conventional resources of energy are ...

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ASPECTS OF DEVELOPMENT

ASPECTS OF DEVELOPMENT

Development as a process of orderly, cumulative, directional and age related behavioral changes occurs simultaneously in a coordinator system of (1) physical, (2) Psychological, (3) Cognitive, (4) Linguistic, (5) Socio-emotional and (6) Sensory Perceptual ...

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