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Testing Unicheck

Testing Unicheck

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0895-Learning-Ruby-on-Rails

0895-Learning-Ruby-on-Rails

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ugoo.cdr

ugoo.cdr

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D-Size Layout (3)

D-Size Layout (3)

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Extensor Compartment of the Forearm

Extensor Compartment of the Forearm

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Extensor Compartment of the Forearm

 
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Ten Filthy Facts About Pablo Escobar the Wealthiest Criminal in History

Ten Filthy Facts About Pablo Escobar the Wealthiest Criminal in History

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This is an article about the wealthiest criminal that ever existed and the most dirty deeds of his criminal career.

 
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Ten Filthy Facts About Pablo Escobar the Wealthiest Criminal in History

Ten Filthy Facts About Pablo Escobar the Wealthiest Criminal in History

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This is an article about the wealthiest criminal that ever existed and the most dirty deeds of his criminal career.

 
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A Review of Agbedos Language and Mind
Relationship Between Accounting Information System and Management Information System

Relationship Between Accounting Information System and Management Information System

Different opinions about the relationships between MIS and AIS are explained in this article. But before explaining any kind of relationships, it is necessary to specify MIS and AIS definitions and set the range of each system. As it is explained, there are two completely different definitions about MIS. One of them is overall and involves all the organization and information systems in it and another one is a part of organization. Therefore, it can be said that if MIS involves all the organization, then AIS is a sub-system of MIS and the main goal of MIS is effective use of organization’s information systems. But, if MIS is a system which is developed to provide information for managers, firstthe common features and differences between them should be listed and then determined the relationship between them. It is clear to also note that they both consists of computers and humans, sub-system, aid information for decision making.

 
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Main Work Compile

Main Work Compile

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