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The forms trafficking in human beings
Mijalkovi? Sa?a
Temida , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/tem0501033m
Abstract: Trafficking in human beings is an illegal act which interferes with the order foreseen by international regulations and national laws and endangers the values vital to society. However, all forms of human trafficking are not of the same danger to society and therefore do not represent the same risk, threat or danger to the safety of the state, society or individuals. In this paper, the author tends to classify the existing forms and aspects of trafficking in human beings as a manifestation in security practice in accordance with the level of social endangerment, geographical level of implementation, bio-physical characteristics of the victims, relation of the victim toward the position in which he/she finds himself/herself and the form of exploitation of the victim, including a short description of their most significant characteristics.
Atomic beings and the discovery of gravity  [PDF]
George De Conto,Guilherme Franzmann
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: We aim to bring a new perspective about some aspects of the current research in Cosmology. We start with a brief introduction about the main developments of the field in the last century; then we introduce an analogy that shall elucidate the main difficulties that observational sciences involve, which might be part of the issue related to some of the contemporary cosmological problems. The analogy investigates how microscopic beings could ever discover and understand gravitational phenomena.
Quantum bioethics: ethics for all beings
Siqueira-Batista,Rodrigo;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232008000300023
Abstract: the present paper introduces elements for conceiving ethics for all beings based on the idea of laic compassion.
Recognizing the trafficking in human beings victimization
Simeunovi?-Pati? Biljana
Temida , 2008, DOI: 10.2298/tem0804069s
Abstract: In spite of relative prevalence of trafficking in human beings issues in the expert and general public discourse in recent years, recognition of victimization by various specialists that may come across with victims still is being estimated as unsatisfactory. Stereotypes about victims of trafficking in human beings are just one factor that imperils correct and prompt recognition of victims, i.e. victims' identification, as principal prerequisite of their protection and support. Today, there are various efforts to overcome that problem - primarily through the training of professionals and creating the identification guidelines, i.e. lists of indicators of trafficking in human beings victimization; however, these resolves only one part of the problem and reveal some new challenges at the same time.
Poemas de Miguel Hernández  [cached]
José Cláudio de Almeida Abreu
Caligrama : Revista de Estudos Romanicos , 1981,
Abstract: Palavras-chave: Literatura espanhola; poesia; Miguel Hernandéz; tradu o; língua portuguesa. Keywords: Spanish literature; poetry; Miguel Hernandéz; translation; Portuguese.
A LINGUAGEM TRIDIMENSIONAL DE MIGUEL JORGE THE LANGUAGE OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL MIGUEL JORGE  [cached]
Moema de Castro e Silva Olival
Signótica , 1987, DOI: 10.5216/sig.v1i1.7185
Abstract: A LINGUAGEM TRIDIMENSIONAL DE MIGUEL JORGE THE LANGUAGE OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL MIGUEL JORGE
SEASONAL OCCURRENCE OF RABIES IN HUMAN BEINGS AND DOGS AT FAISALABAD
M. Obaidullah
The Professional Medical Journal , 1999,
Abstract: The monthly data of year 1998 of human beings and canine rabies in the city of Faisalabad was analyzed tostudy the seasonal occurrence of rabies. The study revealed an increase in the trend from October to Februaryas compared to other months of the year. The trend in occurrence of rabies in human beings and dogparalleled to each other.
The ‘Cimarrón’ in the archives: a re-reading of Miguel Barnet’s biography of Esteban Montejo
Michael Zeuske
New West Indian Guide , 1997,
Abstract: [First paragraph] "Aunque por supuesto nuestro trabajo no es historico (Miguel Barnet)" Apart from Manuel Moreno Fraginals's El ingenio, there is hardly any other book in Cuban historiography that has met with such wide circulation as Biografia de un cimarron by Miguel Barnet.1 It is, in spite of a series of contradictions, the classic in testimonio literature for contemporary studies on slavery as well as for the genre of historical slave narratives extending far beyond Cuba. In particular the various new editions and translations, such as the English versions that have been published under the titles Autobiography of a Runaway Slave (Barnet 1968), Autobiography of a Runaway Slave (Esteban Montejo & Miguel Barnet 1993) or Biography of a Runaway Slave (Barnet 1994) and the discussion that Barnet's book stimulated bear witness to this position.2
The influence of the high voltage electrical lines on the living beings
Adriana Grava,Cristian Grava,Mircea Pantea,Laura Coroiu
Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering , 2008,
Abstract: In this paper, the effect of theelectromagnetic field on living beings is studied,especially those produced by the 110 kV abovegroundelectrical lines, which crosses the Beiusuluistreet of city Oradea, country Romania, in front of agroup of houses situated upon this street.
Study of Protein Binding of Levofloxacin in Human Beings  [PDF]
Sheikh, M.A.,S. Khanum,A. Ahmad,T. Iqbal
Journal of Medical Sciences , 2001,
Abstract: Levofloxacin is a quinolone antimicrobial which acts through the inhibition of bacterial topoisomerases that has been developed mostly for clinical use in human medicine. Its protein binding was investigated in human beings under indigenous conditions. Drug concentration of 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 g/ml were added to the plasma and binding of levofloxacin was determined by ultrafiltration and its concentration in ultrafiltrates was determined by microbiological assay. The binding of levofloxacin showed positive correlation between drug concentration and percentage bound drug and maximum binding was observed at 5 g/ml and 59% in human beings. The pH of plasma also affected the binding, being highest at 7.4 in human beings, and it was 53%. In vitro binding of levofloxacin was maximum at normal level of blood protein.
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