geographical point


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Table 02--Symbol convention for data archiving 01AHF 01BMF 01 = geographical point (Macapa) 01 = geographical point (Macapa) A = age (1st age group) B = age (2nd age group) H = Sex (Man) M = Sex (Woman) F = Education (Elementary school) F = Education (Elementary school) Source: Sanches (2015, p.
3, Kerry said, "We have a map, physical evidence, showing every geographical point of impact -- and that is concrete .
Fabricius commented; "I am delighted to join Topaz Energy and Marine and to work with the team on further growth and value creation of the Group which is placed in a very attractive market from both a segment and a geographical point of view".
Fabricius said: "I am delighted to join Topaz Energy and Marine and to work with the team on further growth and value creation of the Group which is placed in a very attractive market from both a segment and a geographical point of view.
The belowmentioned scheme explains better the point of view of author: from the other hand, one can say that russia is not a region from the geographical point of view due to above mentioned energy sub-hubs.
From a geographical point of view, the Worcester area and Cape Cod are the places farthest from the existing schools.
So, the reader can grasp how railroads influenced the specialisation of agriculture and the unification of the markets; how mining was fostered by railways (even though the integration of these mining lines in the network was scarce); how their construction was responsible for the deforestation of the region (but also how this had implications for the definition of national forest policies); a geographical point of view about the urbanisation process (namely the formation of railway towns); and, finally, an overview of the profile of Andalusian Railway Company workers (distribution by sex, the families of employees, age of hiring, geographical origins, career development, salary levels, healthcare, internal discipline).
The data Synonyms refers to the different names which refer to the same geographical point on the Nile River.
Mr Murphy said: "Northumberland is one of the biggest challenges from a geographical point of view in the UK.
From a geographical point of view, some of the more mature social media markets - Japan, the U.
From a geographical point of view, some of the more mature social media markets -- Japan, the UK and the US -- corresponded to the global average trend -- with roughly 40 percent of respondents using the site more than when they first started, 40 percent using it the same amount, and 20 percent using it less.
From a geographical point of view, some of the more mature social media markets -- Japan, the UK and the US -- corresponded to the global average trend -- with roughly 40% of respondents using the site more than when they first started, 40% using it the same amount, and 20%using it less.
It's your shelter, the geographical point from which you could safely look up and imagine God.
It is supported by the fact that, AXA Gulf is well diversified in the region, not only from a geographical point of view but also from its product offering.
It is supported by the fact that AXA Gulf is well diversified in the region, not only from a geographical point of view but also from its product offering.
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