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A Guide For Creative Thinking

Thu Sep 17, 2009 3:12 am by BHSoft

A Guide For Creative Thinking by Brian Tracy
Einstein once said, “Every child is born a genius.” But the reason why most people do not function at genius levels is because they are not aware of how creative and smart they really are.I call it the “Schwarzenegger effect.” No one would look at a person such as Arnold Schwarzenegger and think how lucky he is to have been born with such …

Africain Literature

Wed Mar 04, 2009 8:15 pm by Lily

Things Fall Apart is a 1959 English-language novel by Nigerian author Chinua Achebe. It is a staple book in schools throughout Africa and widely read and studied in English-speaking countries around the world. It is seen as the archetypal modern African novel in English, and one of the first African novels written in English to receive global critical acclaim. The title of the novel comes from [url=]

Algeria's Newspapers ...

Wed Mar 04, 2009 1:11 pm by Lily

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Algerian Vote

Thu Apr 09, 2009 12:39 pm by Lily

Algerians are voting in a presidential election which opposition groups have described as a charade.

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American English

Fri Mar 13, 2009 4:00 pm by Maria

Going to is pronounced GONNA when it is used to show the future. But it is never reduced when it means going from one place to another.

We're going to grab a bite to eat. = We're gonna grab a bite to eat.
I'm going to the office tonight. = I'm going to the office tonight.

2. Want to and want a are both pronounced WANNA and wants to is pronounced WANSTA. Do you want to can also be reduced …

American Slangs

Sat Mar 21, 2009 8:54 pm by Maria

airhead: stupid person.
"Believe it or not, Dave can sometimes act like an airhead!"

amigo: friend (from Spanish).
"I met many amigos at Dave's ESL Cafe."

ammunition: toilet paper.
"Help! We're completely out of ammunition!"

antifreeze: alcohol.
"I'm going to need a lot of antifreeze tonight!"

armpit: dirty, unappealing place.

An Introduction to the British Civilization

Wed Nov 18, 2009 10:54 am by Maria

University of Batna First Year
English Department G: 6-7-8-9
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[center]An Introduction to the British Civilization

*The United Kingdom :

Full Name : The UK's full and official name is the "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland".

Location: The United Kingdom (UK) of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is a country …

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Thu Mar 05, 2009 2:55 am by Lily

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Applying for Research Study in the Department of English

Sun Apr 12, 2009 11:32 pm by Lily

Applying for Research Study in the Department of English

The process of applying for a research studentship begins with the identification of a potential supervisor. If you already know a staffmember who is willing to work with you to develop a research proposal,please start by contacting them. If you do not have a supervisor inmind already, …

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    No one can go back and change a bad beginning, but anyone can start now and create a successful ending.

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    Post by Lily on Wed Jul 01, 2009 10:50 pm

    Hi Linda,

    It's me again. : )

    Just a quick reminder that the live "meal plan" teleseminar with Vince DelMonte, co-creator of "Done For You Fat Loss Meal Plans" begins shortly.
    We begin today at 3:00 pm Eastern, 2:00 pm Central, 12:00 pm Pacific.
    Please go to the link below to ask Vince your questions and return to the link when the call begins to listen in.

    Talk to you soon. : )

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    Post by a.karima on Fri Jun 05, 2009 2:46 pm

    thankyou for all these information .i have read them you are not just a teacher but a doctor also************ sunny flower king

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    Post by Lily on Fri Jun 05, 2009 1:36 pm

    My 10 top natural starchy carb and whole grains
    1. Oatmeal (old fashioned)
    2. Yams
    3. Brown rice (a favorite is basmati, a long grain aromatic rice)
    4. Sweet potatoes (almost same as yams)
    5. Multi grain hot cereal(mix or barley, oats, rye.titricale and a few others)
    6. White potatoes
    7. 100% whole wheat bread
    8. 100% whole wheat pasta
    9. Beans (great for healthy chili recipes)
    10. Cream of rice hot cereal

    My Top 10 top vegetables

    1. Broccoli
    2. Asparagus
    3. Spinach
    4. Salad greens
    5. Tomatoes
    6. Peppers (green, red or yellow)
    7. Onions
    8. Mushrooms
    9. Cucumbers
    10. Zucchini

    My top 10 lean proteins

    1. Egg whites (whole eggs in limited quantities)
    2. Whey or Casein protein (protein powder supplements)
    3. Chicken Breast
    4. Salmon (wild Alaskan)
    5. Turkey Breast
    6. Top round steak (grass fed beef)
    7. Flank Steak (grass fed beef)
    8. Lean Ground Turkey
    9. Bison/Buffalo
    10. Trout

    My top 10 fruits

    1. Grapefruit
    2. Apples
    3. Blueberries
    4. Canteloupe
    5. Oranges
    6. Bananas
    7. Peaches
    8. Grapes
    9. Strawberries
    10. Pineapple
    I DO include healthy fats as well, such as walnuts, almonds, extra virgin olive oil, flaxseeds, flaxseed oil (supplement - not to cook with), avocado and a few others.Also, I do eat dairy products and have nothing against them, nor am I lactose intolerant. I simply don't eat as much dairy as the rest of the stuff on my lists.When I eat dairy, its usually skim milk, low or non fat cottage cheese, low or non fat yogurt and low or non fat cheese (great for omelettes).Last but not least, I usually follow a compliance rate of about 95%, which means I take two or three meals per week of whatever I want - stuff that is NOT on these lists - like pizza, sushi, big fatty restaurant steaks, etc - whatever I want (contrary to the persistent rumors, I'm not some cyborg or "food neurotic" that never enjoys a good restaurant meal... believe me - I DO!) I hope you found this helpful and interesting. Keep in mind, this is MY food list, and although you probably couldn't go wrong to emulate it, you need to choose natural foods YOU enjoy in order to develop habits you can stick with long term. If you'd like to learn for yourself, more about fat burning nutrition and what to eat for maximum fat loss, then be sure to take a look at the Burn The Fat,Feed The Muscle program.
    Thousands of men and women call this their "fat loss bible." For all the details, just go to: Train hard and expect success,Tom Venuto,fat loss coach

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    Health Topics Empty Prevention and treatment for the Swine Flu

    Post by Lily on Sun May 10, 2009 11:16 am

    Prevention and treatment
    Personal hygiene

    Recommendations to prevent infection by the virus consist of the standard personal precautions against influenza. This includes frequent washing of hands with soap and water or with alcohol-based hand sanitizers, especially after being out in public. The CDC advises not touching the mouth, nose or eyes, as these are primary modes of transmission. When coughing, they recommend coughing into a tissue and disposing of the tissue, then immediately washing the hands.


    There is so far little data available on the risk of airborne transmission of this particular virus. Mexican authorities are distributing surgical masks to the general public. The UK Health Protection Agency considers facial masks unnecessary for the general public.Many authorities recommend the use of respirators by health-care workers in the vicinity of pandemic flu patients, in particular during aerosol generating procedures (e.g. intubation, chest physiotherapy bronchoscopy).


    Although some pigs in Canada were recently found to be infected with the new strain of H1N1,the leading international health agencies have stressed that the
    "influenza viruses are not known to be transmissible to people through eating processed pork or other food products derived from pigs."
    Antiviral drugs

    Of the available antiviral treatments for influenza, the WHO stated that the viruses obtained from the human cases with swine influenza in the United States were sensitive to oseltamivir (Tamiflu)and zanamivir (Relenza) but resistant to amantadine and rimantadine.Tamiflu and Relenza also have a preventative effect against Influenzavirus A in general.On April 27, the CDC recommended the use of Tamiflu and Relenza for both treatment and prevention of the new strain. Roche Applied Science and the U.S. government had already extended the shelf life of federally stockpiled Tamiflu from the original five years to seven years because studies indicated that the medication continues to maintain its effectiveness.Treatment with oseltamivir is typically preferred, because it is more easily administered, but in H3N2 flu treatment leads to resistance in 0.4% of adult cases and 5.5% of children. The resistant strains are typically less transmissible, and resistant human H1N1 viruses have become widely established. Fortunately, simulations reveal that using a second effective antiviral such as zanamivir (Relenza) to treat even 1% of cases will delay the spread of resistant strains. Even a drug such as amantadine (Symmetrel) for which resistance frequently emerges may be useful in combination therapy.When buying these medications, the WHO recommends not using online souces as some of those medicines "are being produced by 'cyber criminals' hoping to profit from the public's fears about swine flu." INTERPOL,the international police organization, says that around 4 percent of the billions of spam emails sent every day relate to H1N1 flu (swine flu). Many of these are likely to offer for sale the anti-flu drugs Tamiflu (generic name oseltamivir) and Relenza (zanamivir).
    Influenza vaccines
    are typically developed to cope with seasonal flu to minimize infection rates, yet it still kills around 500,000 people a year around the world. Currently, most of the world's flu vaccines use an injection of"killed virus," a vaccine method made famous by Jonas Salk when he developed the first vaccine against the polio virus in 1955. As The Economist magazine summarizes the problem today, however, "if a global pandemic is declared and manufacturers are asked to produce a vaccine for H1N1,they are unlikely to be able to respond quickly enough." Furthermore,
    vaccine producers can produce about a billion doses of any one vaccine each year, so that even if all the capacity was switched to fight the a pandemic flu, as opposed to a seasonal flu, "there would still be a huge global shortfall." Keiji Fukuda of the WHO said, "There’s much greater vaccine capacity than there was a few years ago, but there is not enough vaccine capacity to instantly make vaccines for the entire world’s population for influenza."There is also concern that should a second, deadlier wave of a new H1N1 strain reappear this fall, producing pandemic vaccines now as a precaution may turn out to be a huge waste of resources with serious results, as the vaccine may not be as effective, and there would also be a shortage of seasonal flu vaccine available.William Schaffner, an infectious disease researcher at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee says that "for now, there is no way to tell whether the swine flu will die out this spring, or tarry through the summer and reappear as a stronger, meaner virus in the fall."
    As of early May, only a few more weeks were needed for the WHO and CDC to develop a "seed strain" of the pandemic virus, but producers would then need four to six months before they could create large volumes of vaccine.
    The costs of producing a vaccine have also become an issue, with some U.S. lawmakers questioning whether a vaccine is worth the unknown benefits. Representatives Phil Gingrey and Paul Broun,for instance, are not convinced that the U.S. should spend up to $2billion to produce one, with Gingrey stating "We can’t let all of our spending and our reaction be media-driven in responding to a panic so that we don’t get Katrina-ed. ... It’s important because what we are talking about as we discuss the appropriateness of spending $2 billion to produce a vaccine that may never be used — that is a very important decision that our country has to make."Moreover, should a pandemic be declared and a vaccine produced, the WHO will attempt to make sure that a substantial amount is available for the benefit of developing countries. Vaccine makers and countries with standing orders, such as the U.S. and a number of European countries, will be asked, according to WHO officials, "to share with developing countries from the moment the first batches are ready if an H1N1 vaccine is made." Previous influenza vaccines for the southern and northern hemispheres, including that for the 2009/2010 flu season, are ineffective against the new strain.The WHO claims that two separate immunizations will be required for seasonal and swine flu, but no decision would be made on whether to begin producing a swine flu vaccine until an advisory board meets on May 14. The board will receive input from manufacturers regarding when they are able to finish manufacturing the seasonal shot and begin production of the swine flu vaccine. Manufacturers at Sanofi-Aventis, GlaxoSmithKline, Baxter International and Novartis stated that they will wait for recommendations and "seed virus" from the WHO, and some may be ready to proceed with production at that time.


    On April 28, Dr. Keiji Fukuda,the Assistant Director-General for Health Security and Environment of WHO, pointed out that it is too late to contain the swine flu."Containment is not a feasible operation. Countries should now focus on mitigating the effect of the virus," he said.He also stressed that the experts did not recommend closing borders or restricting travel. "With the virus being widespread... closing borders or restricting travel really has very little effects in stopping the movement of this virus."However, on April 28, the U.S. CDC began "recommending that people avoid non-essential travel to Mexico."The WHO's early reaction was that it saw no need at this point to issue travel advisoriesThe spokesperson said that the situation might change "depending on what the situation in the field is". WHO Director-General Dr. Margaret Chan also said that it was too premature to issue such recommendations without better analysis and understanding of the situation at this stage. warning travellers not to go to parts of Mexico or the United States.Many countries confirmed that inbound international passengers will be screened. Typical airport health screening involves asking passengers which countries they have visited and checking whether they feel or appear particularly unwell. Thermographic equipment was put into use at a number of airports to screen passengers. In the U.S.A., two confirmed cases were detected through their border infectious disease surveillance.A number of countries advised against travel to known affected regions.Dr. Ira Longini, a specialist in the mathematical and statistical theory of epidemics, suggests that if those infected stay at home or seek medical care, public meeting places are closed, and anti-flu medications are made widely available, then in simulations the sickness is reduced by nearly two-thirds. "The name of the game is to slow transmission until a well-matched vaccine can be made and distributed.I am fairly optimistic we can do that".

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    Post by Lily on Sun May 10, 2009 10:46 am

    The 2009 outbreak of influenza A (H1N1) virus is an epidemic of a new strain of influenza virus identified in April 2009, and is commonly referred to as "swine flu."The source of the outbreak in humans is still unknown but cases were first discovered in the U.S. and officials soon suspected a link between this and an earlier outbreak of late-season flu cases in Mexico. Within days, hundreds more suspected cases, many resulting in death, were discovered in Mexico, with more cases found in the U.S.and several other countries. Soon after, the U.N.'s World Health Organization (WHO), along with the U.S.Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), became concerned that it could become a worldwide flu pandemic, and WHO then raised its pandemic alert level to "Phase 5" out of 6 maximum, as a "signal that a pandemic is imminent".Although virologists have noted that the outbreak is so far relatively mild and less fatal than previous pandemics, other health officials, including CDC Director Richard Besser, worry about what might happen later in theyear, saying that "we are not seeing any sign of this petering out. Weare still on the upswing of the epidemic curve. The number of cases isexpected to rise as the new flu spreads across the country.The new strain is an apparent reassortment of four strains of influenza A virus subtype H1N1.Analysis by the CDC identified the four component strains as one endemic in humans, one endemic in birds, and two endemic in pigs (swine).However, other scientists have stated that analysis of the 2009 swine flu (A/H1N1) viral genome suggests that all RNA segments are of swine origin,and "this preliminary analysis suggests at least two swine ancestors tothe current H1N1, one of them related to the triple reassortant virusesisolated in North America in 1998." One swine influenza strain was widespread in the United States, the other in Eurasia.In a step towards understanding the outbreak, and developing a vaccine, Canadian scientists have completed the full genetic sequencing of H1N1 swine flu virus.
    Source of the virus

    Both the place and the species in which the virus originated are
    Analysis of the virus by an international team of researchers has suggested that the H1N1 strain responsible for the current outbreak first evolved around September 2008 and circulated in the human population for several months before the first cases were detected.Interviewed in the 1 May issue of the journal Science about the origins and pandemic potential of the virus, Francis Plummer, the head of the National Microbiology Laboratory in Canada stated that "Right now, there's more unknown than there is known".
    First diagnosis

    The new strain was first diagnosed as such when the CDC received a sample on April 14 from a ten-year-old boy who fell ill on March 30 in San Diego County, California and recovered after an illness lasting about one week. A second case
    was confirmed on April 17, in a nine-year-old girl who had fallen ill on March 28 in Imperial County, California and later made an "uneventful recovery".No person linking these patients was identified, and neither child had recently been in contact with pigs.
    Spread within Mexico

    Further information: 2009 swine flu outbreak in Mexico

    The outbreak was first detected in Mexico City, where surveillance began picking up a surge in cases of influenza-like illness (ILI) starting March 18. The surge was assumed by Mexican authorities to be "late-season flu" (which usually coincides with a mild Influenzavirus B peak)until April 21, when a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention alert concerning two isolated cases of a novel swine flu was reported in the media. Some samples were sent to the U.S.-based CDC on April 18.The Mexican cases were confirmed by the CDC and the World Health Organization to be a new strain of H1N1.Cases were also reported in the states of San Luis Potosí, Hidalgo, Querétaro and Mexico State.Mexican Health Minister José Ángel Córdova on April 24, said "We’re dealing with a new flu virus that constitutes a respiratory epidemic that so far is controllable."Mexican news media speculate that the outbreak may have started in February near a Smithfield Foods pig plant amid complaints about its intensive farming practices,although no pigs in Mexico have tested positive for the virus.
    The first death from swine flu occurred on April 13, when a diabetic woman from OaxacaThe Mexican fatalities are alleged to be mainly young adults of 25 to 45, a common trait of pandemic flu. Although by late April there had been reports of 152 "probable deaths" in Mexico, the WHO had received reports of only 7 confirmed deaths as of April 29 and explicitly denied the larger figure.Later, Mexico's Health Secretary declared that around 100 earlysuspected deaths from swine flu could not be confirmed because samples were not taken.died from respiratory complications.
    Seasonal variation

    The high humidity of summer and the increase in exposure to ultraviolet light typically leads to the end of the flu season as the virus becomes less likely to spread.In Mexico City, May marks the end of the dry season, and experts speculate that the spread of the swine flu may slow.
    On April 30, Mexican Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova voiced cautious optimism that the spread of the swine flu might be slowing in that country. However, the outbreak comes at the beginning of the flu season for Southern Hemisphere countries such as New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, and parts of South America.

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    Post by Lily on Sat Apr 25, 2009 12:13 pm
    Andrea's Weight Loss Blog

    I Lost all the weight by myself! No diet pills, no fad diets, no starvation, no extreme exercise
    Hey,this is Andrea, and as a naturally “chunky girl”, I know that losing weight, and keeping the pounds off can be really hard… if not impossible.Sure, it’s easy to stick to a diet for a little while and lose some weight (I’ve LOST the weight so many times) but it wouldn’t STAY off.
    I’d be on a new diet and I’d be losing weight for a while… then one day, a few weeks or even months later, I’d realize I had gained all the weight back… I wasn’t on the diet anymore and I wasn’t even sure exactly when I stopped. Somewhere down the line I would just lose my motivation and pack the pounds back on.
    I’m not working for any diet pill or supplement company or anything like that. I’m just a girl who figured out some simple tricks that work better than all the famous diets I’ve ever tried. I’m not gonna mention any names, but you’ve probably tried them as well. My simple tricks have not only worked for me, but also helped hundreds of others lose weight.
    Watch this video. It’s one of the first “ah-ha” discoveries that makes losing weight easy.
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    Yes! That's really me. That's really my thighs and butt.
    I'm making this blog to show you how a real person can lose weight and keep it off without taking dangerous pills, going on extreme diets, or the cost and dangers of surgery.
    I'm not rich and I wasn't born knowing how to be healthy, in fact most of my family is overweight, but now that I know these SECRETS, it's easy to stay thin.
    A lot of studies have confirmed the things I discovered. But for some reason, no one is putting this all together into a step-by-step system.

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