Measures

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Energy In Pakistan - Measures
... Measures are aimed at cutting consumption by 500 megawatts ... The measures will be reviewed on July 30, 2010 ...
Implicit Self-esteem - Overview
... difficulties which come with verbalizing one's intuitions, measures of implicit self-esteem offer an avenue into people's deep seated feelings about themselves ... In the vast majority of implicit self-esteem measures, people rate themselves in a highly positive manner ... This is especially shown in measures of the Implicit Association Test ...
Customary Units In The United States - Cooking Measures
... Measure Australia Canada UK USA FDA Teaspoon 5 mL 5 mL 4.74 mL 4.93 mL 5 mL Dessertspoon 9.47 mL — — Tablespoon 20 mL 15 mL 14.21 mL 14.79 mL 15 mL Fluid ounce ... Some common volume measures in English-speaking countries are shown at right ... The volumetric measures here are for comparison only ...
Insolvency Law Of Switzerland - Security Measures
... Creditors may request the courts to take certain measures to secure the debtor's assets in order to make them available for eventual liquidation ... The most important of these measures are the arrest of assets (Arrest / séquestre) and the challenge of unfair preferences (Anfechtung / révocation) ...
Happy? (Mudvayne Song) - Economic Views
... Common market health measures such as GDP and GNP have been used as a measure of successful policy ... It has been argued that happiness measures could be used not as a replacement for more traditional measures, but as a supplement ...

Famous quotes containing the word measures:

    Him the Almighty Power
    Hurld headlong flaming from th’ Ethereal Skie
    With hideous ruine and combustion down
    To bottomless perdition, there to dwell
    In Adamantine Chains and penal Fire,
    Who durst defie th’ Omnipotent to Arms.
    Nine times the Space that measures Day and Night
    To mortal men, he with his horrid crew
    Lay vanquisht, rowling in the fiery Gulfe
    John Milton (1608–1674)

    Almost everywhere we find . . . the use of various coercive measures, to rid ourselves as quickly as possible of the child within us—i.e., the weak, helpless, dependent creature—in order to become an independent competent adult deserving of respect. When we reencounter this creature in our children, we persecute it with the same measures once used in ourselves.
    Alice Miller (20th century)

    One encounters very capable fathers abashed by their piano-playing daughters. Three measures of Schumann make them red with embarrassment.
    Alfred Döblin (1878–1957)