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Culture, Idioms and Translation

This book on Culture, Idioms, and Translation grew out of a series of studies on cultural perspectives on translation methods to English idioms. It is intended that this research will shed some light on future research in this sector, and it is believed that more research and exploration in this topic will be worthwhile and…
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April 25, 2022 0

Pseudomonas aeruginosa Positivity and Sensitivity in Invasive Bloodstream Infections Using Automated Bactec in Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital of North India: A Prospective Observational Study

Background: Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a gram-negative aerobic bacillus that is frequently found in the differential diagnosis of a variety of possible hospital-acquired diseases. Pseudomonas aeruginosa-related mortality in bloodstream infections (BSIs) is still a major problem. The goal of this study is to use automated Bactec systems to detect Pseudomonas positive and sensitivity in invasive bloodstream…
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February 14, 2022 0

The Turkish Origins of Modern Egyptian Culture

Scholars and visitors to Egypt frequently presume that all or most aspects of Egyptian culture date back to the Pharaonic period. This idea, however, is incorrect, as Egypt has been occupied by foreign countries over the years, leaving their stamp on the country. The goal of this chapter was to trace modern Egyptian culture’s Turkish…
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January 19, 2022 0

Recent Trends of Gram-negative Bacteremia in a State of North India, the Forthcoming Challenges IGMC Shimla, India

Background: Vascular endothelial dysfunction is important in the progression of sepsis because it causes an increase in vascular permeability, which leads to coagulation abnormalities and subsequent organ failure [1]. Bloodstream infections (BSI) are a leading source of life-threatening complications in people of all ages, but they are especially dangerous in the elderly. BSIs have also…
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January 19, 2022 0

Plant Tissue Culture Techniques for Conservation of Biodiversity of Some Plants Appropriate for Propgation in Degraded and Temperate Areas

Plant biotechnology is being used as a tool for preserving natural habitats and ensuring their long-term use for ecological balance, as well as developing technologies for growing plants in a variety of cropping systems and on difficult soil, improving state-of-the-art technologies for extracting, characterization, and utilising necessary bioactive components, and generating scientific and clinical data…
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December 16, 2021 0

Determination of Workplace Coaching and Self-Actualization in the European Union, North America, and Post-USSR Countries

Coaching is becoming increasingly popular. Coaching has been linked to improved employee performance, work satisfaction, self-efficacy, and leadership in studies [1,2]. The link between coaching and self-actualization, on the other hand, is not well understood. Furthermore, little is known about coaching differences based on culture. Employee well-being, self-actualization, and individual needs to realise their full…
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December 11, 2021 0

Potential of Bioactive Compounds of Holothuria atra- Associated Bacteria as a Raw Material in Bioindustry

Sea cucumbers contain bioactive substances that are beneficial to one’s health. These active compounds have the potential to be employed as raw materials in marine aquaculture. The goal of this research is to see if sea cucumber intestine-associated bacteria may be used as a bioindustry material by looking at their properties using the GC-MS method.…
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October 19, 2021 0

Study on Consumer Behavior and Factors of Making Purchasing Decisions

With the constant changes and reclassifications in the field of marketing, the fundamental goal of marketing today is to match products to the needs and desires of consumers. The ability of businesses to comprehend consumer behaviour is a prerequisite for their success. This article discusses marketing practises that aid in understanding the behaviour and decisions…
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October 9, 2021 0

Cultural Effects on Leadership: A Study of Dispositional Resilience in Societies

Beginning with an introduction to the study’s research problem, research question, dispositional resilience theory, different dimensions of culture and society, theoretical foundations of the variables through a definition of terms, literature review, and discussion of research methods and inst The goal of this study was to improve and broaden our understanding of dispositional resilience as…
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September 13, 2021 0

Determination of Developing Constructive and Positive Conflict Resolution Mechanism Strategies at Various Organizational Levels

At various levels of the organisation, organisations establish a variety of constructive conflict resolution mechanisms. The notions of peace and conflict are closely linked and exist side by side depending on the conditions. At no time in history has peace and conflict coexisted. When there is no conflict, there is peace; when there is no…
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August 25, 2021 0