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  • 1 resources — index advantage, assets, capital, cash, effects, estate (property), finance, fund …

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  • 2 resources — Synonyms and related words: Swiss bank account, ability, assessed valuation, assets, assets and liabilities, available means, balance, bank account, bottom dollar, budget, capacity, capital, capital goods, capitalization, cash reserves, checking… …

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  • 3 resources — The forces, materiel, and other assets or capabilities apportioned or allocated to the commander of a unified or specified command …

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  • 4 Resources for the Future — (RFF) is a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization that conducts independent research rooted primarily in economics and other social sciences on environmental, energy, and natural resource issues. Although RFF is headquartered in Washington, D.C …

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  • 5 Resources, Events, Agents — (REA) is a model of how an accounting system can be reengineered for the computer age. REA was originally proposed in 1982 by William E. McCarthy as a generalized accounting model, and contained the concepts of resources, events and agents. REA… …

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  • 6 Resources for Economists on the Internet — (RFE) – экономический англоязычный портал в Интернете, поддерживаемый Американской экономической ассоциацией. Портал содержит 2100 документов в 97 секциях. Редактором портала является Б. Гоффе. Основные рубрики портала: «Словари, глоссарии и… …

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  • 7 Resources of a Resource — (ROR) is an XML format for describing the content of an internet resource or website in a generic fashion so this content can be better understood by search engines, spiders, web applications, etc. The ROR format provides several pre defined… …

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  • 8 Resources monopoly — In economics, a resources monopoly arises because one firm owns all of the resources necessary to produce the good or service.An example of a resource monopoly is De Beers, a diamond mining company. De Beers owns the mines where diamonds are… …

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  • 9 Resources camp — Camps are often set up for workers involved in logging, fishing, mining or other activities of natural resources extraction, when these activities take place far from civilization …

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  • 10 Los Angeles Police Department resources — Resources of the Los Angeles Police Department.Police stationsThe Department s deployment of officers has reflected the growth and changes of the City of Los Angeles since the late 1800s. The earliest police station (or division as the early ones …

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  • 11 China Resources — Штаб квартира China Resources в Гонконге …

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  • 12 Water resources management in Colombia — Colombia has a long and well established framework for water resources management. Water resources availability per capita in Colombia was 45,408 cubic meters in 2007, way above the world’s average of 8,209. The country is particularly prone to… …

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  • 13 Cultural resources management — This article is concerned with cultural resources in the widest sense: for traditional, archaeological and historic culture specifically see Cultural Heritage Management In the broadest sense, Cultural Resources Management (CRM) is the vocation… …

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  • 14 Open educational resources — (OER) are digital materials that can be re used for teaching, learning, research and more, made available for free through open licenses, which allow uses of the materials that would not be easily permitted under copyright alone.[1] As a mode for …

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  • 15 Water Resources Development Act of 1986 — The Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (WRDA 1986) is part of USPL|99|662, a series of acts enacted by Congress of the United States on November 17, 1986. [ [http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi bin/bdquery/D?d099:1:./temp/ bdVNjS:@@@D summ2=m… …

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  • 16 Water resources management in Brazil — The 1988 Constitution established a distinction between federally controlled water, for rivers, lakes, and lagoons across state boundaries (article 20), and state controlled water, for rivers and groundwater that remain completely within state… …

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  • 17 Human resources — Manpower redirects here. For other uses, see Manpower (disambiguation). For other uses, see Human resource. Human resources is a term used to describe the individuals who make up the workforce of an organization, although it is also applied in… …

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  • 18 Natural Resources Canada — Departments of the Government of Canada Natural Resources Ressources Naturelles …

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  • 19 Department of Natural Resources — Many sub national governments have a Department of Natural Resources or similarly named organization: Australia Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines Canada Natural Resources Canada New Brunswick New Brunswick Department of Natural …

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  • 20 Michigan Department of Natural Resources — Department overview Formed 1921 Headquarters Mason Building, Sixth Floor P.O. Box 30028 Lansing, MI 48909 Employees 1,450 Permanent 1,200 seasonal Annual budget $307.4 million (2010) …

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