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  • ○■ somalinet somalia's al-shabab bans handshakes between men and women by sean mclachlan jan 8th 2011 at 9:00am

  • ○■ most companies would stress on that as the risk of economics meltdown or even crisis as there have been in the past couple of year, the lay off regulation which currently requires strict terms to be satisfied should be deregulated. because it makes a financial sense for employers to make their expenditure more flexible to modify as salary is the most impact on it as a fixed cost. this is also related to stability of the company management which in longer term more people can be benefited even if there could be some lay-off in the short term. this argument is based on the premise that as there are some uncertainties in real economy, the wages paid to employees should also be flexible to be adjusted that situation. however there are several assumptions that may not necessarily apply to this argument. for example, the costs paid to employees as a salary must outweigh the costs associated with compensation to be paid for laid off employees. also, one must look at the plausibility of flexibility of expenditure or stability of the company management. the first issue to be addressed is whether labor costs justify large capital expenditures to compensation for laid off employees. clearly one could argue that if the amount of a compensation to be paid laid off employees will be an exorbitant amount of money in comparison to the amount of saving labor costs would not make sense to, for example, lobby for lay off deregulation. if the amount of compensation for laid off employees would come to jpy 1billion versus the saving labor cost jpy 100mln per year, it would make financial sense to simply keep a contract of employment. to consider this, a cost benefit analysis must be made. i also feel that although that analysis should be the determining factor with regard to these decisions making financial sense, it may not be the determining factor with regard to making social, moral and ethical sense. this argument also relies on the idea that companies solely use financial sense in analyzing improving the work environment. this is not the case. companies look at other considerations such as the negative intangible ramifications of overworking. for example, last week a group of ex-employees in jal (japan air line) such as pilots, flight attendant and other personnel whose the number comes to around 140 is set to file against the company, insisting they were unduly dismissed as part of the company's restructuring efforts. this is not only financial matter that jal owe them to pay as a compensation, but also reputation matter meaning that confrontation between manager and ex-employees has been made public. finally one must understand decreasing the number of employee is not only the way to reduce expenditures. alternatives could be such as a new contract that it has higher proportion between company earnings and waged to be paid to employee or selling assets/subsidiaries related to relatively lower earnings, etc.. in conclusion, while at first it may seem to make financial sense to make the low deregulated which enable employers to cut employees easily in order to make their expenditure more flexible to modify as adjusted to company earnings sometimes it actually does not. furthermore, financial sense may not be the only issue a company faces. other types of analyses must be made such as the social or reputation ramifications of an stability of its head count. before any decision is made, all this things must be considered, not simply the reduction of expenditures.

  • ○■ japanese and american evacuation zones about 2 million people live within 50 miles of the plant. this is a much larger area than that established by the japanese, who have told everyone within 12 miles to evacuate and those between 12 and 19 miles to take shelter.

  • ○■ 17:34 まいんちゃんと

  • ○■ 16:26 自分はいつまでひきずってるんだろう

  • ○■ 15:39 作業終わっちゃってるから、ちょっち暇なんだよなぁ…

  • ○■ (新華ファイナンスは、/ AhmadさんHalabisaz )。。u0026amp;$。。u0026amp;$イラン国会議長ラリジャニは1 G5は言った土曜日との間にイランの交渉を協調的アプローチすることができますが容易になります

  • ○■ (C)の概要:12月4日、ユーロDASをして、David KramerはXXXXXXXXXXXに会った

  • ○■ ●110310a pakistan, tribune.com.pk パキスタンのパンジャブ州,上流のインドのダム開発で報告書を提出, punjab may press for dam debate with india the punjab government is likely to ask the federal government to raise at all possible forums india’s alleged violations of the indus waters treaty (iwt) of 1960 in building dams and hydropower plants on pakistani rivers. chenab, jhelum and indus rivers,to build 10 hydroelectric plants,capacity of 5,585 mw,salal, baghlihar and dul husti on the chenab,eight small plants on the chenab’s tributaries,salal 40 miles upstream of the marala headworks capacity of 58,000 acre feet,dul hasti 126 miles upstream of marala capacity of 6,485 acre feet,baghlihar 92 miles above marala 164,000 acre feet,another 74 small plants on the jhelum’s tributaries,kishanganga on the neelum river in indian jammu and kashmir,line of control,wuller lake,330 mw powerhouse,by 27 per cent,indus waters commissioners,at mangla,uri hydropower plant on the jhelum,to the prime minister next week

  • ○■ for unless there is this amount of investment, the receipts of the entrepreneurs will be less than is required to induce them to offer the given amount of employment. it follows, therefore, that, given what we shall call the community's propensity to consume, the equilibrium level of employment, i.e. the level at which there is no inducement to employers as a whole either to expand or to contract employment, will depend on the amount of current investment. the amount of current investment will depend, in turn, on what we shall call the inducement to invest; and the inducement to invest will be found to depend on the relation between the schedule of the marginal efficiency of capital and the complex of rates of interest on loans of various maturities and risks.

  • ○■ but although the doctrine itself has remained unquestioned by orthodox economists up to a late date, its signal failure for purposes of scientific prediction has greatly impaired, in the course of time, the prestige of its practitioners. for professional economists after malthus were apparently unmoved by the lack of correspondence between the results of their theory and the facts of observation;― a discrepancy which the ordinary man has not failed to observe, with the result of his growing unwillingness to accord to economists that measure of respect which he gives to other groups of scientists whose theoretical results are confirmed by observation when they are applied to the facts.

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  • ○■ 03パーセントは、12,731.42で取引を終えた

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  • ○■ hours after the first shock waves hit, two of the largest crime groups went into action, opening their offices to those stranded in tokyo, and shipping food, water, and blankets to the devastated areas in two-ton trucks and whatever vehicles they could get moving. the day after the earthquake the inagawa-kai (the third largest organized crime group in japan which was founded in 1948) sent twenty-five four-ton trucks filled with paper diapers, instant ramen, batteries, flashlights, drinks, and the essentials of daily life to the tohoku region. an executive in sumiyoshi-kai, the second-largest crime group, even offered refuge to members of the foreign community—something unheard of in a still slightly xenophobic nation, especially amongst the right-wing yakuza. the yamaguchi-gumi, japan’s largest crime group, under the leadership of tadashi irie, has also opened its offices across the country to the public and been sending truckloads of supplies, but very quietly and without any fanfare. the inagawa-kai has been the most active because it has strong roots in the areas hit. it has several blocks or regional groups. between midnight on march 12th and the early morning of march 13th, the inagawa-kai tokyo block carried 50 tons of supplies to hitachinaka city hall (hitachinaka city, ibaraki prefecture) and dropped them off, careful not to mention their yakuza affiliation so that the donations weren't rejected. this was the beginning of their humanitarian efforts. supplies included cup ramen, bean sprouts, paper diapers, tea and drinking water. the drive from tokyo took them twelve hours. they went through back roads to get there. the kanagawa block of the inagawa-kai, has sent 70 trucks to the ibaraki and fukushima areas to drop off supplies in areas with high radiations levels. they didn't keep track of how many tons of supplies they moved. the inagawa-kai as a whole has moved over 100 tons of supplies to the tohoku region. they have been going into radiated areas without any protection or potassium iodide. the yamaguchi-gumi member i spoke with said simply, please don't say any more than we are doing our best to help. right now, no one wants to be associated with us and we'd hate to have our donations rejected out of hand. to those not familiar with the yakuza, it may come as a shock to hear of their philanthropy, but this is not the first time that they have displayed a humanitarian impulse. in 1995, after the kobe earthquake, the yamaguchi-gumi was one of the most responsive forces on the ground, quickly getting supplies to the affected areas and distributing them to the local people. admittedly, much of those supplies were paid with by money from years of shaking down the people in the area, and they were certainly not unaware of the public relations factor—but no one can deny that they were helpful when people needed aid—as they are this time as well. it may seem puzzling that the yakuza, which are organized crime groups, deriving their principal revenue streams from illegal activities, such as collecting protection money, blackmail, extortion, and fraud would have any civic nature at all. however, in japan since the post-war period they have always played a role in keeping the peace. according to robert whiting’s tokyo underworld and tim weiner’s legacy of ashes, the us government even bought the services of one infamous yakuza fixer, yoshio kodama, to keep japan from going communist and maintain order. kodama would later put up the funding to create the liberal democrat party of japan that ruled the country for over fifty years. when president obama visited japan last year, the police contacted the heads of all tokyo yakuza groups and asked them to behave themselves and make sure there were no problems. but let’s be clear, the yakuza are criminals, albeit with self-imposed restraints, and in their way may actually keep street crime (muggings, purse-snatching, theft) down. many japanese still admire or tolerate them. in fact, a nara police prefectural police study found that amongst adults under 40, one in ten felt that the yakuza should be allowed to exist or were “a necessary evil.” there is an unwritten agreement amongst the police and the yakuza groups that is acceptable for them to perform volunteer activities during a crisis but not to seek publicity for it. before the crisis the police were cracking down severely on the yakuza and any activity placing them in a heroic light might make the police look foolish. so they have been very quietly doing their part. it is not that the yakuza are not pr savvy, as is evidenced by their careful control and limited appearances in six fan magazines (three monthly, three weekly) that write of their exploits; it is that right now they care more about getting the job done than getting credit for it. as one members said, “there are no yakuza or katagi (ordinary citizens) or gaijin (foreigners) in japan right now. we are all japanese. we all need to help each other.” a bit of background: japan has 80,000 members belonging to these criminal organizations, which the police label shiteiboryokudan or literally “designated violent groups”; membership is not illegal although the police regulate their activities, much the way the sec regulates goldman sachs. their income is largely derived from protection money, security services, financial fraud, stock manipulations, gambling, blackmail, prostitution, and loan sharking. they call themselves “yakuza.” the word comes from a losing hand in traditional japanese gambling: 8 (ya) 9 (ku) 3(za) which adds up to 20, and is a useless hand. thus to be a yakuza is to be “a loser.” it’s a self-effacing term. they yakuza don’t call themselves “violent groups.” they exist out in the open; they have offices, business cards, fan magazines. the three major groups, the yamaguchi-gumi (40,000 members), the sumiyoshi-kai (12,000) and the inagawa-kai (10,000) all insist they are chivalrous groups, like the rotary club, that they are ninkyo-dantai. ninkyo(do), according to yakuza historical scholars is a philosophy that values humanity, justice, and duty and that forbids one from watching others suffer or be troubled without doing anything about it. believers of “the way” are expected to put their own lives on the line and sacrifice themselves to help the weak and the troubled. the yakuza often simplify it as “to help the weak and fight the strong,” in theory. in practice, the film director itami juzo, who was attacked by members of the yamaguchi-gumi goto-gumi because of his films depicting them harshly, said “the yakuza are all about exploiting the weak and disadvantaged in society, and run away from anyone strong enough to stand up to them and their exploitive extortion.” he was primarily correct, i think. however, sometimes, like today in japan, they live up to their original values. of course, most yakuza are just tribal sociopaths who merely pay lip service to the words. but in times like this every helping hand is welcome, and maybe, maybe for a few weeks, both the police and the yakuza can declare a peace treaty and work together to save lives and ensure the safety of the people of japan. to some extent, the police have even given their tacit support to the yakuza aid efforts. that’s the spirit of ninkyodo. it’s also the spirit of many of the japanese people. it is why i have no doubts that japan will weather this crisis and come back stronger than ever. naoya kaneko, the deceased sumiyoshi-kai boss who was a friend and a source, once said, “in times of crisis, you learn the measure of a man.” to understand the real meaning of that you have to understand how the generally male-dominated and sexist yakuza define “a man.” the core of that is giri, a word that can be translated many different ways but which i interpret to mean: reciprocity. today, the japanese people and even the yakuza are measuring up very well to that standard of behavior. jake adelstein was a reporter for the yomiuri shinbun, japan’s largest newspaper, from 1993 to 2005. from 2006 to 2007 he was the chief investigator for a u.s. state department-sponsored study of human trafficking in japan. considered one of the foremost experts on organized crime in japan, he works as a writer and consultant in japan and the united states. he is also the public relations director for the washington, d.c.-based polaris project japan, which combats human trafficking and the exploitation of women and children in the sex trade.

  • ○■ (wikiより転載)the place of hamaoka nuclear power station浜岡原子力発電所の位置(google mapより転載)pls have a look each images, then you can see this nuclear power station is on the active tectonic line.両者を比較してご覧ください

  • ○■ in this workshop we will merge into the world of stories, get surprised by who or what has a story in our everyday life. things and people around us have (could have) an inner voice. there could be a lot of talking

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  • ○■ when responding to this mail, please use the following address t.hibiya@sdm.keio.ac.jp .

  • ○■ convention noun 3 [countable]an official agreement between countries or leadersthe geneva conventionthe united nations convention on the rights of the child

  • ○■ auction are to let the purchase condition that each buyer can show compete to sell an article taken out in a sale purpose in some kind of places to a buyer (a bid applicant) who showed the best purchase condition.

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  • ○■ march 18 (fri) セッション番号:frs2 featured research session 02 intravascular imagings 第16会場(アネックスホールf202) march 18 (fri)8:30-10:10 金沢大学臓器機能制御学・循環器内科蒲生忠継 frs-010 association between the plaque morphology and composition of culprit lesions: an optical coherence tomography and virtual histology intravascular ultrasound study

  • ○■ kalimba, flat, natural kalimba, flat, natural manufacturer: mid-east brand: mid-east label: mid-east feature: - handcrafted african thumb piano - natural finish - 8 keys - adjustable tuning - 30 day no hassle return policy. 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed!... more sales rank: 14010 more info or buy it now list price: $14.90 lowest new price: $11.18 editorial review kalimba. origin country: india. 2.1 lbs. made by mid-east. kalimba, flat natural finish 4 x 7, 8 steel keys. the thumb piano originates in africa. it is also known as the mbira or likembe. the metal keys are mounted on a wooden box that acts as the resonating chamber. to play, rest the thumb piano on the fingers of both hands and hold it between your palms. several reeds or tines are plucked with the thumb or fingers, and the reed vibrations are amplified by a hollow box resonator or a sounding board. many different tunings are acceptable, according to personal preference. the tuning is subjective and should only be pleasing to the player. the longer keys have lower pitches and shorter keys have higher pitches. the keys can be adjusted by tapping them in or out to adjust their length, and therefore their pitch.... more more info or buy it now see more products like this

  • ○■ ベンチマークのハンセン指数は、その日のセッション中に23,069.42と22,668.02間の貿易、035.64 23日の0.55パーセントを押し開けた

  • ○■ good evening^^now in japan it is 1:37 am. i feel sleep but i decide to wake till morning←cuz i hav a lot of things i have to do like the prepatation for moving in 19 or job to input information to excel file.anyway, i decide to write article everyday about bbc news which i am interested in.my first article is afghanistan: bomb kills nine wedding guests in baghlan.the summary of this article is below. the taliban and other militants's bomb in road way killed the nine civilians.the killed civilians turned out to be wedding guests!!it occured because of the fights between taliban and nato.it is very tragic incident, i think.because the happy things or people got to be sad things or people suddenly with no their own fault.in life in this world, such a things sometime happen.in that meaning, happy is uncertain conception and i usually cannot be conscious about this facts. this article make me recognize that and i consider i make much of the uncertain happy.when i write this article, i feel i am shortage or forget the vocablary. so, i have to memorize words at every night. that's all. good night.

  • ○■ owing to mr. kawamura's resignation, the mayoral election is going to be held on february 6th. since there are some conflicts between mayor and local assembly behind his resignation, the result of this election will cause significant effect on parliamentary democracy in local municipalities.

  • ○■ distance and wind direction bulletin board it is a very convenient notice board for the race committee signal boat. we often see the notice board which is combined magnetic letter pieces with the white board. however there is some difficulty with directions for use. as a bad example, the magnetic letter piece is slanting occasionally or coming loose and falling. and it takes more time to stick and then peel the pieces on the board when setting up the distance and wind direction information. this notice board has the advantage as follows; 1. the letter is very clear and it can been easily seen because the board colour is black and the letter colour is fluorescent yellow. 2. it can been easy to handle because the directions for use is only turning the letter upside down. 3. the letter piece is never lost because of not being peeled. 4. it is easy to make one by carpentering done by amateurs and at a low price. 5. it is possible to display ‘+’ or ‘-’ under rule 33. material: plywood board (1m x 1m), black water paints, black plastic plywood board (one sheet), yellow fluorescent tape, black rubber cord tool: gimlet, scissors, brush (for paint) how to make: 1. board - spreads black water paints on the one side of board - drill a hole through which the rubber cord passes with the gimlet (upper row: six holes ×2 for distance notice, one hole for ‘-‘ lower row; six holes ×3 for wind direction notice) 2. letter pieces - cut the black plastic plywood board into 22 pieces - paste the fluorescent tape to the one side of each piece - cut both ends of each like in arrow shape - pass the rubber cord between the surface and the back of each 3. assembly; - pass both ends of the rubber cord through the hole of the plywood board and connects it on the other side. refer to photographs in detail (from top; surface, back, piece and rubber cord).

  • ○■ it was found that the leader of 2pm, jaebom, once wrote on the internet which contains insult to korea. the bashing to him from netizen was too big to make up, he went back to us even there were lots of advocates. he officially left 2pm.

  • ○■ thus, given the propensity to consume and the rate of new investment, there will be only one level of employment consistent with equilibrium; since any other level will lead to inequality between the aggregate supply price of output as a whole and its aggregate demand price. this level cannot be greater than full employment, i.e. the real wage cannot be less than the marginal disutility of labour. but there is no reason in general for expecting it to be equal to full employment. <

  • ○■ he'd sliced his drive and watched resignedly as the ball plummeted into the woods. he followed after and found his ball - surrounded by thick undergrowth and wedged firmly between two tree roots. he contemplated the situation for a few profoundly silent minutes then turned to his caddie and asked: you know what shot i'm going to take here. yes, sir, replied the boy as he took a hip flask of malt from the bag. 森の中に打ち込んでしまい、やっと探したボールを見ると木の根っこに挟まれている

  • ○■ 売上高は木曜日の71420000000香港ドルと比較して69520000000香港ドルとなりました

  • ○■ ハンセン指数の11の優良株をカバーする金融サブインデックスは、197.7を忘れている... ...

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  • ○■ thus the factor cost and the entrepreneur's profit make up, between them, what we shall define as the total income resulting from the employment given by the entrepreneur. the entrepreneur's profit thus defined is, as it should be, the quantity which he endeavours to maximise when he is deciding what amount of employment(=労働量) to offer. it is sometimes convenient, when we are looking at it from the entrepreneur's standpoint, to call the aggregate income (i.e. factor cost plus profit) resulting from a given amount of employment the proceeds of that employment. on the other hand, the aggregate supply price[2] of the output of a given amount of employment is the expectation of proceeds which will just make it worth the while of the entrepreneurs to give that employment.[3]

  • ○■ 23:32 from tween ハンバーグに劣る俺って何なんだ? それって生きてる価値があるのか…? そして少年は答えを見つけた— 23:35 from tween 「お願い…今日だけは、貴方のハンバーグでいさせて…」(服の端をキュッ 23:39 from tween (re: @shironuko ) @shironuko なんのはなしですか 23:40 from tween 吾輩は液体窒素である

  • ○■ by Emad Drimly, Saud Abu Ramadan Tension between Israel and the Palestinians escalated on Sunday, one day after allegedly Palestinian militants killed five Israeli settlers of the same family in the settlement of Itamar near the northern West Bank city of Nablus early Saturday. The first Israeli government response to the attack was to give green light to building hundreds of housing units in the West Bank settlements, while violence flared in several West Bank areas between the Palestini ... イスラエルと日曜日にエスカレートパレスチナ人の間にして、Emad Drimly、サウドアブラマダンのテンションで、伝えられるところではパレスチナ過激派の後にある日、ナブルスの西岸北部の都市、早く土曜日に近いItamarの決済で同じ家族の5イスラエルの入植者を殺害した

  • ○■ Vice President of Cuba's State Council Esteban Lazo met Thursday with Medardo Gonzalez, head of El Salvador's Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN), who was seeking stronger ties between the two nations which were only restored in 2009. Salvadorean President Mauricio Funes, a FMLN leader, announced the restoration of the bilateral ties as he took office on June 1, 2009. The relationship had been suspended since 1961 after the Cuba revolution. The two nations reopened embassies in ... キューバの国家評議会エステバンラゾの副大統領はメダルドゴンザレスのみ、2009年に復元された二国間関係強化を模索していたエルサルバドルのFarabundoマルティ民族解放戦線(FMLN)の頭部と木曜日に会った

  • ○■ Thursday, 06 December 2007, 15:45C O N F I D E N T I A L SECTION 01 OF 02 STATE 164120 SIPDIS SIPDIS EO 12958 DECL: 12/06/2017 TAGS PGOV, PHUM, PREL, RS SUBJECT: (C) EUR DAS KRAMER'S MEETING WITH XXXXXXXXXXXXClassified By: EUR DAS David Kramer, reasons 1.4 (b) and (d)1. (C) SUMMARY: On December 4, EUR DAS David Kramer met with XXXXXXXXXXX. XXXXXXXXXXX was highly critical of the recent Duma elections, alleging the Kremlin had resorted to all methods to secure an overwhelming victory for United Russia. XXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXX speculated that Putin would not remain a third term as president, but is nervously trying to secure his future immunity from potential law enforcement investigations into his alleged illicit proceeds. XXXXXXXXXXX argued that the recent anti-western rhetoric that featured in the election campaign did not reflect the views of most Russians and urged the West to continue to assist Russian society in its transformation into something more open, tolerant, and Western. END SUMMARY.Election Results----------------2. (C) XXXXXXXXXXX expressed pleasant surprise at the sharply critical assessment of the elections leveled by OSCE PA and PACE. XXXXXXXXXXX noted that from everything he had heard prior to the elections, PA and PACE were prepared to offer a positive assessment. XXXXXXXXXXX pointed to tension between OSCE PA and ODIHR, XXXXXXXXXXX He commented that given the many irregularities and fraud that took place during the campaign and on election day, the elections were not legitimate. He acknowledged that the U.S. could not say this, but welcomed any strong public statements the U.S. might make.3. (C) XXXXXXXXXXX said the reaction across Russia shows that for the educated electorate, the elections left a bad taste and smell. He said the Communist Party wa 木曜日は、2007年12月6日15:45総務ONFIDENTIAL第01 02国164120 SIPDISのSIPDIS電気光学12958赤緯をを:2017年12月6日タグPGOV、プーム、プレル、件名【RS:(C)はXXXXXXXXXXXXClassified BYとユーロのDAS Kramerの会:ユーロのDASデビッドクレイマー、理由1.4(b)と(d)は1

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