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View Resource The Importance of Strategic Marketing Management for the Libyan Tourism Development

Libya is an emerging tourism destination in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Early efforts to encourage tourism in the 1990s were re-energized after the lifting of UN sanctions in 2003 following dramatic changes in Libya’s foreign policy. Despite a healthy economy, high rates of unemployment (30%) combine with a dominant source of income - oil - which contributes 95% of GDP. Thus...

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View Resource Almond leaves for the one-pot Biofabrication of silver nanoparticles: Characterization and larvicidal application

This work reports the synthesis of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) using the leaf extract of Almond plant. Larvicidal activities of the biosynthesized AgNPs were evaluated against the fourth instar larvae of mosquito Aedes aegypti. The biosynthesised AgNPs were characterised using UV-Visible, Fourier Transmission Infrared Spectroscope (FTIR), Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectroscope (EDX) and Field...

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View Resource Survey for pink Root Rot of Onion (Pyrenochaeta terrestris) and its identification In Gezira State

This survey was conducted in Gezira State to detect the pink root rot disease of onion, caused by Pyrenochaeta terrestris in Gezira State. The study evolved the isolation, identification of the causal agent of determination of the level of the disease incidence. Three locations within Gezira State were selected namely the vicinity of Almusallamih Tayiba, Wad Al ataya and Hamdalnil and located at...

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View Resource The Impact of Metabolic Syndrome on Left Ventricular Performance: As Evaluated by Using Echocardiographic Examination

Objective: there is a possible etiologic link between metabolic syndrome and left ventricular dysfunction. In this regard, this study was conducted to evaluated left ventricular function in patients with metabolic syndrome using ECHO.

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View Resource The Projection of Subconscious through Symbolism: An Analysis of Mansfield’s “The Voyage.”

The association between Psychoanalysis and projection of human expressions has been a point of discussion and debate for a long time. Literary art, with a perspective of treating symbols in fictions as expressions of aesthetic human thoughts, becomes a platform of analysis for the same. The link between Katherine Mansfield and this Freudian thought, on various grounds, can be discussed in order to...

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View Resource Using Incentives as Mitigation Measure for Human Wildlife Conflict Management in Namibia

Local people living with wildlife also saw their possibility of response limited by laws and regulations and became more vulnerable to wildlife damages. Human-wildlife conflicts remain to this day a major concern for humans as well as a serious threat to the survival of many wildlife populations. Changing human values and attitudes are have been noted to be shaping wildlife management approaches,...

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View Resource Behavioral and Technical Factors Associated with Perceived Quality of HIV/AIDS Data Reported in Community Based Health Information System in Homa-Bay County, Kenya

Introduction: In Kenya, Community Based Health Information System (CBHIS) plays a pivotal role in ensuring HIV/AIDS data from grass-root and community level is collected and report for evidence-based decision-making. This information is pivotal for evidence-based planning and programming However, quality of data in CBHIS has been persistently reported to be poor. This can adversely hamper...

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View Resource Angiosarcoma of Breast in Young Female: A Diagnostic Challenge to Radiologist

Angiosarcoma is a rare cancer that originates from the cells that line the blood vessels or lymph vessels. (1). Breast Angiosarcoma is of two forms, primary and secondary. The cause is usually unknown in the primary form and the secondary form which is more common is usually associated with a history of irradiated breast. Clinical presentation and the age of presentation of these two forms differ...

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View Resource Practices and Knowledge Management with Technology-Based Tools Used by the School Manager

The use of technology-based tools in knowledge management practices is already part of many administrative processes of the school organization. Understood as strategic in the automation of access, diffusion and sharing of knowledge, technology supports information management as a support tool. The manager of a school organization in action, is faced with the dimension of people, process and...

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View Resource Exploring the Placement of the Thesis Statement in Moroccan Students’ Argumentative Essays: An Intercultural Rhetoric Perspective

The present study explored the placement of the thesis statement in the Arabic and English argumentative essays of Moroccan EFL master students in relation to the educational context. The study adopted a qualitative research method with triangulation of data sources: questionnaires on the practices of argumentation in the writing classes and the previous writing instruction of the students, the...

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