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table of contents

Malay

jadual kandunga

Last Update: 2014-03-31
Subject: Architecture
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Table of Contents

Malay

Jadual kandungan

Last Update: 2017-01-18
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Table of Contents

Malay

Kandungan

Last Update: 2016-10-31
Subject: General
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Cause limited portions of content on the Sites to be displayed or appear to be displayed on your own or certain third-party websites.

Malay

Menyebabkan bahagian terhad kandungan di Laman yang akan dipaparkan atau kelihatan seperti untuk dipaparkan pada laman web anda sendiri atau pihak ketiga tertentu.

Last Update: 2017-02-05
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The rich, but for a few, shall in no wise attain the court of His presence nor enter the city of content and resignation.

Malay

Yang kaya, kecuali sebilangan, tak akan mencapai istana kehadiran-Nya, atau dapat memasuki kota kepuasan dan keredaan.

Last Update: 2016-10-03
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Dispose of contents/container in accordance with local/regional regulation

Malay

Pelupusan kandungan/bekas mengikut peraturan tempatan/wilayah

Last Update: 2016-09-28
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Dispose of contents/container in accordance with local/regional regulation

Malay

Lupuskan kandungan/bekas mengikut peraturan tempatan/wilayah

Last Update: 2016-09-28
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Every instrument gives different XPoints (trader points) per amount traded - click here to see the complete table of instruments.

Malay

Setiap instrumen memberi XPoints berlainan (mata pedagang) UNTK setiap amaun yang didagangkan - klik sini untuk melihat jadual instrumen lengkap.

Last Update: 2016-03-22
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Dispose of contents and / or containers in accordance with regulations on hazardous waste or packaging and packaging waste respectively

Malay

Lupuskan kandungan dan / atau bekas mengikut peraturan-peraturan masing-masing tentang sisa yang berbahaya atau pembungkusan dan sisa pembungkusan

Last Update: 2015-05-19
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Dispose of contents and / or their container according to the separated collection system used in your municipality

Malay

Lupuskan kandungan dan / atau bekas mengikut sistem kutipan berasingan yang digunakan di bandar anda

Last Update: 2015-05-19
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Dispose of contents and / or their container according to the separated collection system used in your municipality

Malay

Lupuskan kandungan dan / atau bekas mereka mengikut sistem kutipan berasingan yang digunakan dalam perbandaran anda

Last Update: 2015-05-18
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What Is Critical Reading? Note: These remarks are primarily directed at non-fictional texts. Facts v. Interpretation To non -critical readers, texts provide facts. Readers gain knowledge by memorizing the statements within a text. To the critical reader, any single text provides but one portrayal of the facts, one individual’s “take” on the subject matter. Critical readers thus recognize not only what a text says, but also how that text portrays the subject matter. They recognize the various ways in which each and every text is the unique creation of a unique author. A non-critical reader might read a history book to learn the facts of the situation or to discover an accepted interpretation of those events. A critical reader might read the same work to appreciate how a particular perspective on the events and a particular selection of facts can lead to particular understanding. What a Text Says, Does, and Means: Reaching for an Interpretation Non-critical reading is satisfied with recognizing what a text says and restating the key remarks. Critical reading goes two steps further. Having recognized what a text says , it reflects on what the text does by making such remarks. Is it offering examples? Arguing? Appealing for sympathy? Making a contrast to clarify a point? Finally, critical readers then infer what the text, as a whole, means , based on the earlier analysis. These three steps or modes of analysis are reflected in three types of reading and discussion: What a text says – restatement What a text does – description What a text means – interpretation . You can distinguish each mode of analysis by the subject matter of the discussion: What a text says – restatement – talks about the same topic as the original text What a text does – description – discusses aspects of the discussion itself What a text means – interpretation — analyzes the text and asserts a meaning for the text as a whole Goals of Critical Reading Textbooks on critical reading commonly ask students to accomplish certain goals: to recognize an author’s purpose to understand tone and persuasive elements to recognize bias Notice that none of these goals actually refers to something on the page. Each requires inferences from evidence within the text: recognizing purpose involves inferring a basis for choices of content and language recognizing tone and persuasive elements involves classifying the nature of language choices recognizing bias involves classifying the nature of patterns of choice of content and language Critical reading is not simply close and careful reading. To read critically, one must actively recognize and analyze evidence upon the page. Analysis and Inference: The Tools of Critical Reading These web pages are designed to take the mystery out of critical reading. They are designed to show you what to look for ( analysis ) and how to think about what you find ( inference ) . The first part —what to look for— involves recognizing those aspects of a discussion that control the meaning. The second part —how to think about what you find— involves the processes of inference, the interpretation of data from within the text. Recall that critical reading assumes that each author offers a portrayal of the topic. Critical reading thus relies on an examination of those choices that any and all authors must make when framing a presentation: choices of content, language, and structure. Readers examine each of the three areas of choice, and consider their effect on the meaning.

Malay

tukar ke bahasa malaysia

Last Update: 2015-03-11
Subject: General
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What Is Critical Reading? Note: These remarks are primarily directed at non-fictional texts. Facts v. Interpretation To non -critical readers, texts provide facts. Readers gain knowledge by memorizing the statements within a text. To the critical reader, any single text provides but one portrayal of the facts, one individual’s “take” on the subject matter. Critical readers thus recognize not only what a text says, but also how that text portrays the subject matter. They recognize the various ways in which each and every text is the unique creation of a unique author. A non-critical reader might read a history book to learn the facts of the situation or to discover an accepted interpretation of those events. A critical reader might read the same work to appreciate how a particular perspective on the events and a particular selection of facts can lead to particular understanding. What a Text Says, Does, and Means: Reaching for an Interpretation Non-critical reading is satisfied with recognizing what a text says and restating the key remarks. Critical reading goes two steps further. Having recognized what a text says , it reflects on what the text does by making such remarks. Is it offering examples? Arguing? Appealing for sympathy? Making a contrast to clarify a point? Finally, critical readers then infer what the text, as a whole, means , based on the earlier analysis. These three steps or modes of analysis are reflected in three types of reading and discussion: What a text says – restatement What a text does – description What a text means – interpretation . You can distinguish each mode of analysis by the subject matter of the discussion: What a text says – restatement – talks about the same topic as the original text What a text does – description – discusses aspects of the discussion itself What a text means – interpretation — analyzes the text and asserts a meaning for the text as a whole Goals of Critical Reading Textbooks on critical reading commonly ask students to accomplish certain goals: to recognize an author’s purpose to understand tone and persuasive elements to recognize bias Notice that none of these goals actually refers to something on the page. Each requires inferences from evidence within the text: recognizing purpose involves inferring a basis for choices of content and language recognizing tone and persuasive elements involves classifying the nature of language choices recognizing bias involves classifying the nature of patterns of choice of content and language Critical reading is not simply close and careful reading. To read critically, one must actively recognize and analyze evidence upon the page. Analysis and Inference: The Tools of Critical Reading These web pages are designed to take the mystery out of critical reading. They are designed to show you what to look for ( analysis ) and how to think about what you find ( inference ) . The first part —what to look for— involves recognizing those aspects of a discussion that control the meaning. The second part —how to think about what you find— involves the processes of inference, the interpretation of data from within the text. Recall that critical reading assumes that each author offers a portrayal of the topic. Critical reading thus relies on an examination of those choices that any and all authors must make when framing a presentation: choices of content, language, and structure. Readers examine each of the three areas of choice, and consider their effect on the meaning.

Malay

switch to english

Last Update: 2015-03-11
Subject: General
Usage Frequency: 1
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How does the technology utilised for the show re-innovate Malaysia as a future hub of content creation?

Malay

Bagaimana teknologi yang digunakan untuk animasi tersebut mampu memperbaharui masa depan Malaysia dalam penciptaan kandungan?

Last Update: 2014-11-04
Subject: General
Usage Frequency: 1
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*Every instrument gives different TPoints (trader points) per amount traded – CLICK HERE to see the complete table of instruments.

Malay

*Setiap instrumen memberikan TPoint yang berbeza (mata pedagang) bagi setiap jumlah yang diniagakan – KLIK DI SINI untuk melihat jadual instrumen yang lengkap.

Last Update: 2010-07-25
Subject: Finances
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