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Differences Between Manual and Computerized Accounting System

Differences Between Manual and Computerized Accounting System

Differences between manual and accounting system

 
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Summary of the Poem Vanity by Birago Diop

Summary of the Poem Vanity by Birago Diop

Uploaded by Stanley Dilibe

The poem is made up of five stanzas, highly embellished with imagery and rhetorical questions. The mood of the poet is that of Worry or Anxiety and the tone is that of Concern. The poem is written in free verse poem as it does not have a consistent meter pattern. Plausibly, the poem in general is a poem of lamentation.

 
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Effects of Cigarette Smoke

Effects of Cigarette Smoke

Uploaded by Samuel Ezike Ebuka

Cigarette smoking is dangerous, youths hear ooo

 
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The Meaning and Nature of Research

The Meaning and Nature of Research

Uploaded by Ambrose Eze Ph.d

Research in general, has to do with any inquiry into the unknown. It is the search for solutions to problems or answers to questions.

 
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Islamic Calendar 2018

Islamic Calendar 2018

Uploaded by Saeed Abduljelil

Islamic Calender

 
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Metaphysics: Its Meaning, Nature, and Relevance to Man and Society

Metaphysics: Its Meaning, Nature, and Relevance to Man and Society

Uploaded by Nicholas U. Asogwa

INTRODUCTION Philosophy as the love for wisdom beams its searchlight towards every aspect of human endeavour where knowledge could be acquired. However, to effectively carry out this task, it is sub-divided into different branches, with each focusing on a given aspect of reality. These divisions or branches of philosophy include Epistemology, Logic, Ethics, Aesthetic, and Metaphysics, etc. This work, however, centres on the branch of philosophy known as metaphysics. The aim is to undergo an extensive exposition of the meaning, nature, scope, and relevance of metaphysics to man and society. Accordingly, our discourse on the subject is categorized in that order. Experience has shown that the majority of those who misconceive and dread philosophy do so mainly with regard to the metaphysics aspect of it. Their grouse with metaphysics is that for them metaphysics is synonymous with occultism and mysticism. Besides, they complain that metaphysics is rife with abstract and hair-splitting terms. Part of the aim of this work is, therefore, to demystify metaphysics by presenting it in the simplest manner such that every class of people in the society can read and comprehend it without the assistance of a professional philosopher. Apart from presenting a detailed explanation of the meaning of metaphysics, other issues such as the sub-divisions of metaphysics as well as the basic elements or fundamental questions of metaphysics were adequately treated. The work was concluded with a consideration of the relevance of metaphysics to man and society.

 
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“The Importance of Management Accounting System in an Organization” (A Case Study of Nestle Nigeria Plc.)

“The Importance of Management Accounting System in an Organization” (A Case Study of Nestle Nigeria Plc.)

Uploaded by Sokoya Oyeledun

The efficiency of any management accounting practice depends very much on the collection and enforcement machinery, teamwork and dedication of the employees.

 
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The Process of Communication an Ggdocx

The Process of Communication an Ggdocx

Uploaded by Gift Ebe

Communication process consists of some interrelated steps or parts through which messages are sent form sender to receiver and feedback.

 
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Minds as Tabula Rasa at Birth: Case Studies on Attention in Africa Neonates

Minds as Tabula Rasa at Birth: Case Studies on Attention in Africa Neonates

Uploaded by Joy Ugwu

Abstract John Locke's (1632-1704) concept of tabula rasa of the mind of the newborn baby implies that the newborn only achieves knowledge of what is good or bad, likes or dislikes, or -what he/she needs, as a result of experience after birth; that at birth such abilities are absent. In this paper, we present three case studies on newborn babies studied from birth to age 2-weeks for their ability to pay selective attention to events or things that seem to reflect their abilities to appreciate a need or beauty. These abilities include locating the source of food, attracting caregiver's attention to their needs and following the movement of beautiful objects but ignore less beautiful ones. We conclude that it is not only through experience after birth that the child's mind is formed: that the mind is already occupied and functional at birth.

 
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