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to focus on

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menfokuskan

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Remove excess toolbars to focus on drawing

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Buang palang alat berlebihan untuk fokus kepada lukisan

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Character Statistics (characters you need to focus on)

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Aksara Statistik hingga buka

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The general sentiment from around the global community seems to be both sadness at the disruption but relief at the clarity and ability to focus on their own communities, Wikimedia and otherwise.

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Sentimen umum dari seluruh komuniti global nampaknya ialah kesedihan pada gangguan tetapi berasa lega pada kejelasan dan kemampuan untuk menumpukan pada komuniti mereka sendiri, Wikimedia dan sebaliknya.

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If you are interested into helping us to organize bug reports allowing the developers to focus on fixing the real issues, join the BugSquad (#kde-bugs on FreeNode IRC)

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@ action: button

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This first approach drew heavily from Vygotsky’s concept of mediation. This triangle represents the way in which Vygotsky brought together cultural artefacts with human actions in order to dispense with the individual/social dualism. During this period studies tended to focus on individuals.

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First-generation activity theory has been used to understand individual behavior by examining the ways in which a person's objectivized actions are culturally mediated

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KUALA LUMPUR, July 6 — Flamboyant cosmetic mogul Datuk Seri Aliff Syukri Kamarzaman recently admitted that he wants to take a break from the beauty world and focus on spending time with his family. This came after he shared a video of him and his family going on a trip to an island in Sabah via his Instagram account. Known for his controversial videos, Aliff said he had been receiving questions from the public as to why he hadn’t been posting any videos with his trademark antics in a while. “I think I feel like taking a break from all of this and I want to focus on my family, besides that, I am old already. “This is the time where I should give extra attention to my family,” he said in the post. Aliff said he also wants to focus on his resort business as well. The businessman says he has been focusing his attention towards both of his businesses in D’Herbs Holdings and AS Legacy for 12 years now and that he felt that it has taken a toll on him and family time. “Right now, I need to change and act more mature especially for my children who are going into their teenage years. “I’m afraid that I will lose the chance to be with them after they’ve grown up.” Aliff, who married Datin Seri Nur Shahida Mohd Rashid in 2007 last made headlines after releasing his new single, ‘Cuba Bahagia’ led to rumours that they were both having marital problems. Both however refused comments regarding the matter. Aliff and Shahida have five children from their marriage and an adopted daughter.

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1 Malaysia has been shocked by the covid19 outbreak, where all economic, business, and even educational activities have not been as normal. This has caused all people to experience new norms in their lives. Therefore, I would like to focus on students who are continuing their learning through distance learning. Distance learning gives students a new norm because it differs from face-to-face learning. That's a challenge

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1 Malaysia telah dikejutkan dengan wabak covid19, di mana semua kegiatan ekonomi,perniagaan, termasuk juga pembelajaran tidak dapat berjalan seperti biasa. Keadaan ini menyebabkan semua rakyat mengalami norma baru di dalam kehidupan mereka. Justeru itu, saya ingin mengfokuskan kepada pelajar yang sedang meneruskan pembelajaran mereka menerusi pembelajaran jarak jauh. Pembelajaran jarak jauh memberi norma baru kepada pelajar kerana ianya berbeza dengan pembelajaran secara bersemuka. Cabaran yang kami lalui ialah kami sukar memahami apa yang diajar melalui pembelajaran atas talian. Ditambah pula dengan keadaan capaian internet yang tidak memuaskan. Di samping itu, kami berharap pihak berkuasa dapat membantu pelajar dalam capaian internet untuk meneruskan sesi pembelajaran secara atas talian dengan lebih lancar.

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The Manufacturing Process Ballpoint pens are made to order in mass quantities. While each manufacturer makes them slightly differently, the basic steps include ink compounding, metal component formation, plastic component molding, piece assembly, packaging, labeling, and shipping. In advanced shops, pens can go from raw material to finished product in less than five minutes. Making the ink • 1 Large batches of ink are made in a designated area of the manufacturing plant. Here workers, known as compounders, follow formula instructions to make batches of ink. Raw materials are poured into the batch tank and thoroughly mixed. Depending on the formula, these batches can be heated and cooled as necessary to help the raw materials combine more quickly. Some of the larger quantity raw materials are pumped and metered directly into the batch tank. These materials are added simply by pressing a button on computerized controls. These controls also regulate the mixing speeds and the heating and cooling rates. Quality control checks are made during different points of ink batching. Stamping and forming • 2 While the ink is being made, the metal components of the pen are being constructed. The tungsten carbide balls are typically supplied by outside vendors. Other parts of the pen, such as the point and the body, are made using various molds. First, bands of brass are automatically inserted into stamping machines, which cut out thousands of small discs. The brass discs are next softened and poured into a compression chamber, which consists of a steel ram and a spring-backed ejector plunger. The steel ram presses on the metal, causing the plunger to retract and forcing the metal into a die cast mold. This compresses the metal and forms the various pen pieces. When the ram and plunger return to their original positions, the excess metal is then scraped off and recycled. The die is then opened, and the pen piece is ejected. • 3 The formed pieces are then cleaned and cut. They are immersed in a bath to remove oils used in the molding process. After they emerge from the bath, the parts are then cut to the dimensions of the specific pen. The pen pieces are next polished by rotating brushes and cleaned again to remove any residual oils. The ball can then be inserted into the point cavity. Molding the housing • 4 The plastic components of the pen are constructed simultaneously with the Ballpoint Pen other pen pieces. They can be produced by either extrusion or injection molding. In each approach, the plastic is supplied as granules or powder and is fed into a large hopper. The extrusion process involves a large spiral screw, which forces the material through a heated chamber, making it a thick, flowing mass. It is then forced through a die, cooled, and cut. Pieces such as the pen body and ink reservoir are made by this method. • 5 For pieces that have more complex shapes, like caps, ends, and mechanical components, injection molding is used. In this process the plastic is heated, converting it into a liquid that can then be forcibly injected into a mold. After it cools, it solidifies and maintains its shape after the die is opened. Ink filling and assembly • 6 After the components are formed, assembly can take place. Typically, the ballpoint is first attached to the ink reservoir. These pieces are then conveyored to injectors, which fill the reservoir with the appropriately colored ink. If a spring is going to be present, it is then placed on the barrel of the reservoir. Final assembly, packaging, and shipping • 7 The point and reservoir are then placed inside the main body of the pen. At this stage, other components such as the cap and ends are incorporated. Other finishing steps, such as adding coatings or decorations or performing a final cleaning, are also done. The finished pens are then packaged according to how they will be sold. Single pens can be put into blister packages with cardboard backings. Groups of pens are packed into bags or boxes. These sales units are then put into boxes, stacked on pallets, and shipped to distributors. Quality Control The quality of pen components is checked during all manufacturing stages. Since thousands of parts are made each day, inspecting each one is impossible. Consequently, line inspectors take random samples of pen pieces at certain time intervals and check to ensure that they meet set specifications for size, shape, and consistency. The primary testing method is visual inspection, although more rigorous measurements are also made. Various types of measuring equipment are available. Length measurements are made with a vernier caliper, a micrometer, or a microscope. Each of these differ in accuracy and application. To test the condition of surface coatings, an optical flat or surface gauge may be used. Like the solid pieces of the pens, quality tests are also performed on the liquid batches of ink. After all the ingredients are added to the batch, a sample is taken to the Quality Control (QC) laboratory for testing. Physical characteristics are checked to make sure the batch adheres to the specifications outlined in the formula instructions. The QC group runs tests such as pH determination, viscosity checks, and appearance evaluations. If the batch is found to be "out of spec," adjustments can be made. For instance, colors can be adjusted by adding more dye. In addition to these specific tests, line inspectors are also posted at each phase of manufacture. They visually inspect the components as they are made and check for things such as inadequately filled ink reservoirs, deformed pens, and incorrectly assembled parts. Random samples of the final product are also tested to ensure a batch of pens writes correctly. The Future Ballpoint pen technology has improved greatly since the time of Loud's first patented invention. Future research will focus on developing new inks and better designed pens that are more comfortable and longer lasting. Additionally, manufacturers will strive to produce higher quality products at the lowest possible cost. One trend that will continue will be the development of materials and processes which use metals and plastics that have undergone a minimum of processing from their normal state. This should minimize waste, increase production speed, and reduce the final cost of the pens. Read more: http://www.madehow.com/Volume-3/Ballpoint-Pen.html#ixzz4Ay0s4nfp

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cit cat translate

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Continued research on the assessment and development of emotional and social intelligence competencies represents an opportunity to further both theoretical and applied applications of behavioral science to the management of human capital. While the field has continued to expand over the preceding decades, research has often trailed application, especially as it relates to cross-cultural validity. The purpose of this introductory essay to this special issue of CCM serves to focus on cultural issues related to applied use of competencies in diverse cultures.

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KOMPETENSI

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The Motive for the Investment The motive for a foreign investment is crucial in determining how linkages and externalities develop. There are four main motives for investment: 1) seek natural resources; 2) seek new markets; 3) restructure existing foreign production; and 4) seek new strategic assets [Narula and Dunning, 2000]. These can be placed into two categories. The first category includes the first three motives: asset-exploiting, to generate economic rent by using existing firm-specific assets. The second category is the fourth motive: asset-augmenting, to acquire new assets that protect or enhance existing assets. In general, developing countries are unlikely to attract the second category of FDI; they primarily attract the first category. The relative importance of each motive partly reflects the stage of economic development [Narula and Dunning, 2000; Narula, 1996, 2004]. Least developed countries would tend to have mainly resource-seeking FDI and countries at the catching-up stage mostly market-seeking FDI. Efficiency-seeking investments, with the most stringent capability needs, will tend to focus on the more industrialised developing economies (though three or four decades ago they went to countries with relatively low capabilities, e.g. the electronics industry in Southeast Asia in the 1970s). Not all affiliates offer the same spillovers to host economies. A sales office, for instance, may have a high turnover and employ many people, but its technological spillovers will be limited relative to a manufacturing facility. Likewise, resource-seeking activities like mining tend to be capital intensive and provide fewer spillovers compared to market-seeking manufacturing FDI. During import substitution, most MNEs set up miniature replicas of their facilities at home, though many functions were not reproduced (they were ‘truncated’). The extent of truncation, however, varied by host country. The most important determinants of truncation – and thus the scope of activities and competence of the subsidiary – were market size and local industrial capabilities [Dunning and Narula, 2004]. Countries with small markets and weak local industries had the most truncated subsidiaries, often only single-activity subsidiaries (sales and marketing or natural resource extraction). Larger countries with domestic technological capacity (such as Brazil and India) had the least truncated subsidiaries, often with research and development departments. With liberalisation, MNE strategies on affiliate competence and scope have changed in four ways [Dunning and Narula, 2004]. First, there has been investment in new affiliates. Second, there has been sequential investment in upgrading existing subsidiaries. Third, there has been some downgrading of subsidiaries, whereby MNEs have divested in response to location advantages elsewhere or reduced the level of competence and scope of subsidiaries. DO WE NEED A NEW AGENDA? 451 Fourth, there has been some redistribution of ownership as the result of privatisation or acquisitions of local private firms. In many, but certainly not all, cases this also led to a downgrading of activities. MNEs are taking advantage of liberalisation to concentrate production capacity in a few locations, exploiting scale and agglomeration economies, favourable location and strong capabilities. Some miniature replicas have been downgraded to sales and marketing affiliates, with fewer opportunities for spillovers. Countries that receive FDI with the highest potential for capability development are, ironically, those with strong domestic absorptive capacities. The article by Lorentzen and Barnes on South Africa shows that domestic capacity – in the form of infrastructure or an efficient domestic industrial sector – is a primary determinant of high competence affiliates. They base their analysis on eight case studies in the South African automotive sector, and show that indigenous firms can compete with MNEs, and – given the appropriate domestic capabilities and infrastructure – can maintain and improve their competitive advantages through indigenous innovation. Like South Africa, other countries have succeeded in attracting such FDI, notably Mexico and the Caribbean Basin [ECLAC, 2000, 2001; Mortimore, 2000]. In addition to providing a threshold level of domestic capabilities and infrastructure, these countries have invested in developing their knowledge base (although to a lesser extent in the case of Mexico). Mortimore [2000] argues that much of this FDI has created export platforms for MNEs with limited benefits for the host countries [ECLAC, 2001]. This is a point reiterated by Mytelka and Barclay here in the case of Trinidad, where FDI has not been leveraged to develop the skills and capabilities of local downstream and supporting firms. The state has largely failed to act as a facilitator to stimulate and support domestic absorptive capacities and linkages with MNE affiliates. MNE Linkages FDI transfers technology to local firms in four ways: backward linkages, labour turnover, horizontal linkages and international technology spillovers. Studies of backward linkages have identified various determinants, including those internal to MNEs and those associated with host economies. The ability of the host economy to benefit from MNE linkages has been found to depend crucially on the relative technological capabilities of recipient and transmitter: the greater the distance between them, the lower the intensity of linkages. Again, MNE motives and strategies matter. Domestic market oriented affiliates generally purchase more locally than export-oriented firms because of lower quality requirements and technical specifications [Reuber et al., 1973; Altenburg, 2000]. MNE affiliates are more likely to be integrated with host countries where they source relatively simple inputs [Ganiatsos, 2000; Carillo,

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objektif

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