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why the sky is high story version tagalog

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why the sky is high story Tagalog version

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Marginalism is a theory of economics that attempts to explain the discrepancy in the value of goods and services by reference to their secondary, or marginal, utility. The reason why the price of diamonds is higher than that of water, for example, owes to the greater additional satisfaction of the diamonds over the water. Thus, while the water has greater total utility, the diamond has greater marginal utility.[1] The theory has been used in order to explain the difference in wages among essential and non essential services, such as why the wages of an air conditioner repairman exceed those of a childcare worker.[2]

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On that, I was returning home from school. I had few friends with me. Suddenly I found black clouds to the northwest side of the sky. I thought it would rain soon. So I started to walk fast. After a few times, it began to rain cats and dogs. I took shelter in a wayside house. I got drenched thoroughly. I pulled off my shoes and shirt and waited in the hope that the rains would soon cease. But there was no umbrella with me. Finding no other alternative I started for home again. I put my books in a poly bag. I found the path too much muddy and slippery. However, I reached home two hours late. I was wet from head to foot and was shivering with cold. My parents and other family members were astonished to see my condition. They took necessary steps to make fresh instantly. Really, it is a bitter experience in my life

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