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intra calls

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intra calls

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intra

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intra

Son Güncelleme: 2020-09-15
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Tagalogca

intra sms

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intra

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Tagalogca

intra psychic

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intra psychic

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Tagalogca

kahulugan ng intra

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meaning ng intra

Son Güncelleme: 2021-01-10
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tawag sa intra

İngilizce

intra call

Son Güncelleme: 2020-11-07
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Wala pa akong natatanggap na kahit email, text at calls galing sa concentrix

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Son Güncelleme: 2021-05-17
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- Voice agents using Cirrus DIDs are encountering refused calls. Both work from home and onsite users are affected. And they are being advised to switch to Tritel DIDs for back up.

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Voice agents using Cirrus DIDs are encountering refused calls. Both work from home and onsite users are affected. And they are being advised to switch to Tritel DIDs for back up.

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When a prominent drug dealer is murdered, Sergeant Acosta (Joey Marquez) takes the lead on the investigation. The trail of the two criminals who committed the murder—Tatang (Joel Torre) and Daniel (Gerald Anderson)—goes cold almost immediately. As it turns out, Tatang and Daniel were shuttled straight back to prison; the last place the police think to look. Federal agent Francis' (Piolo Pascual) controlling father-in-law and Congressman Manrique (Michael De Mesa) calls him in to oversee the case on the orders of General Pacheco (Leo Martinez). Not able to trust his superiors, Acosta continues to stay involved and starts to show Francis just how immoral his superiors are. Caught in a web of deceit and corruption, Acosta and Francis are on a collision course with the government officials who will do anything to silence them.

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Son Güncelleme: 2021-05-09
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We all have been affected by the current COVID-19 pandemic. However, the impact of the pandemic and its consequences are felt differently depending on our status as individuals and as members of society. While some try to adapt to working online, homeschooling their children and ordering food via Instacart, others have no choice but to be exposed to the virus while keeping society functioning. Our different social identities and the social groups we belong to determine our inclusion within society and, by extension, our vulnerability to epidemics. COVID-19 is killing people on a large scale. As of October 10, 2020, more than 7.7 million people across every state in the United States and its four territories had tested positive for COVID-19. According to the New York Times database, at least 213,876 people with the virus have died in the United States.[1] However, these alarming numbers give us only half of the picture; a closer look at data by different social identities (such as class, gender, age, race, and medical history) shows that minorities have been disproportionally affected by the pandemic. These minorities in the United States are not having their right to health fulfilled. According to the World Health Organization’s report Closing the Gap in a Generation: Health Equity through Action on the Social Determinants of Health, “poor and unequal living conditions are the consequences of deeper structural conditions that together fashion the way societies are organized—poor social policies and programs, unfair economic arrangements, and bad politics.”[2] This toxic combination of factors as they play out during this time of crisis, and as early news on the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic pointed out, is disproportionately affecting African American communities in the United States. I recognize that the pandemic has had and is having devastating effects on other minorities as well, but space does not permit this essay to explore the impact on other minority groups. Employing a human rights lens in this analysis helps us translate needs and social problems into rights, focusing our attention on the broader sociopolitical structural context as the cause of the social problems. Human rights highlight the inherent dignity and worth of all people, who are the primary rights-holders.[3] Governments (and other social actors, such as corporations) are the duty-bearers, and as such have the obligation to respect, protect, and fulfill human rights.[4] Human rights cannot be separated from the societal contexts in which they are recognized, claimed, enforced, and fulfilled. Specifically, social rights, which include the right to health, can become important tools for advancing people’s citizenship and enhancing their ability to participate as active members of society.[5] Such an understanding of social rights calls our attention to the concept of equality, which requires that we place a greater emphasis on “solidarity” and the “collective.”[6] Furthermore, in order to generate equality, solidarity, and social integration, the fulfillment of social rights is not optional.[7] In order to fulfill social integration, social policies need to reflect a commitment to respect and protect the most vulnerable individuals and to create the conditions for the fulfillment of economic and social rights for all.

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We all have been affected by the current COVID 19 pandemic. However, the impact of the pandemic and its consequences are felt differently depending on our status as individuals and as members of society. While some try to adapt to working online, homeschooling their children and ordering food via Instacart, others have no choice but to be exposed to the virus while keeping society functioning. Our different social identities and the social groups we belong to determine our inclusion within socie

Son Güncelleme: 2021-04-27
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Exercise 15 If Austria reduced its average response time to rural calls to 51 minutes, what would its overall average change to? Average Ambulance Response Time (minutes) Rural 48 54 59 Urban 15 19 21 24 Average 18 24 30 37 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Lithuania Latvia Croatia Austria a) 23 minutes b) 22.5 minutes c) 22 minutes d) 21 minutes e) No change 31

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Exercise 14 Based on the table, how many divorces were in Portugal? Country Marriages Divorces Population per 1000 persons per 1000 persons (thousands) Sweden 3.30 1.10 10 120 France Portugal United Kingdom 4.21 5.12 3.89 2.30 3.10 2.05 66 990 10 266 66 650 a) 46273 b) 31825 c) 74216 d) 107368 30

Son Güncelleme: 2021-03-24
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Your voice holds me when your arms cannot. You spoke calming words to me as I slipped into sleep And yours were the first eyes I saw as I came out from under the fog Wingless angels dressed in scrubs, footfall on our steps, a tap on the window, a neighbor’s wave, a newly-sewn mask tossed (in a plastic bag), to the front of the door: “run it through the washer first,” she calls, waves, and departs. (Fifteen years ago, at fifteen, just arrived from El Salvador, she walked into my Jefferson High ESL class. Today, she is a hero, daily risking her life for her patients, while her own children wait in their fog-shrouded home.) Earth angels, haloes shining bright, working with this virus in the air! We will not despair

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Your voice holds me when your arms cannot. You spoke calming words to me as I slipped into sleep And yours were the first eyes I saw as I came out from under the fog Wingless angels dressed in scrubs, footfall on our steps, a tap on the window, a neighbor’s wave, a newly sewn mask tossed (in a plastic bag), to the front of the door: “run it through the washer first,” she calls, waves, and departs. (Fifteen years ago, at fifteen, just arrived from El Salv

Son Güncelleme: 2021-03-09
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All my friends are wasted And I hate this club Man I drink too much Another Friday night I wasted My eyes are black and red I'm crawling back to you babe I hate the bar Pharmacy addict hit a Wall Street traffic, took the car We reinvent the wheel just to fall asleep at it, skrrr Crash on the floor, catch the ZZZ's Poppin' the polar opposite, the NZT Hip hop and the propaganda say they name brand But I done seen how the - did my main man The nights we won't remember Are the nights we won't remember I'll be gone 'til November All my city calls me Simba Dreams are made for cages nigga Lions are for real nigga Dying is for real, niggas dying off of pills nigga Friday's are for chill and I escaped the treachery I just had to rest in peace the recipe The rest of us are praying that the sand will leave a tan If you're up right now, hope you hear what I'm saying Hope you hear what I'm saying All my friends are wasted And I hate this club Man I drink too much Another Friday night I wasted My eyes are black and red I'm crawling back to you babe Don't even know me Sure I get lonely some nights When the angels on my shoulder Slump my head I'm stuck here with the vultures Hissing and circling You didn't call me, call me, call me, call me I'm crawling, crawling, crawling back to you

İngilizce

halimbawa ng saling wika kanta

Son Güncelleme: 2021-03-07
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The World We Wish to See presents a sweeping view of twentieth-century political history and a stirring appeal to take political culture seriously. Samir Amin offers a provocative analysis of resistance to capitalism and imperialism and calls for a new politics of opposition. Capitalism is a global system, so ultimately any successful challenge to it must be organized on the same level: an "internationalism of peoples." Throughout the twentieth century the socialist and communist internationals, national liberation movements, and great revolutions have presented challenges to the world order. Amin provides a succinct discussion of the successes and failures of these mobilizations, in order to assess the present struggle. Neoliberalism and the drive for military hegemony by the United States have spawned new political and social movements of resistance and attempts at international organization through the World Social Forum. Amin assesses the potential and limitations of these movements to confront global capitalism in the twenty-first century. The World We Wish to See makes a distinction between "political cultures and conflict" and "political cultures of consensus." A new politics of struggle is needed; one that is not afraid to confront the power of capitalism, one that is both critical and self-critical. The World We Wish to See presents a sweeping view of twentieth-century political history and a stirring appeal to take political culture seriously. Samir Amin offers a provocative analysis of resistance to capitalism and imperialism and calls for a new politics of opposition. Capitalism is a global system, so ultimately any successful challenge to it must be organized on the same level: an "internationalism of peoples." Throughout the twentieth century the socialist and communist internationals, national liberation movements, and great revolutions have presented challenges to the world order. Amin provides a succinct discussion of the successes and failures of these mobilizations, in order to assess the present struggle. Neoliberalism and the drive for military hegemony by the United States have spawned new political and social movements of resistance and attempts at international organization through the World Social Forum. Amin assesses the potential and limitations of these movements to confront global capitalism in the twenty-first century. The World We Wish to See makes a distinction between "political cultures and conflict" and "political cultures of consensus." A new politics of struggle is needed; one that is not afraid to confront the power of capitalism, one that is both critical and self-critical. The World We Wish to See presents a sweeping view of twentieth century political history and a stirring appeal to take political culture seriously. Samir Amin offers a provocative analysis of resistance to capitalism and imperialism and calls for a new politics of opposition. Capitalism is a global system, so ultimately any successful challenge to it must be organized on the same level: an "internationalism of peoples." Throughout the twentieth century the socialist and communist internationals

İngilizce

Son Güncelleme: 2020-12-11
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theres a project that i want to start selling a specific platform for small business owners brick and mortar shops in the USA restaurant gyms carlots etc and this specifit platform helps those business owners with their whole marketing all automated so they are looking for this we just have to get it out there this specific platform gives us 40/40 40% comission and 40% residual income not a lot of programs do this so we will be getting 120 usd a sale and from the same client 80 usd residual income monthly if they keep singnig up with us so we have to treat each client like if they were going to pay us monthly they say 60% sing up more than 6 months so the plan is to make a virtual call center start with 5 agents do cold calls i have the script and rebbatulls already and we can also do the email campaing sending 500 emails every day and following up on the business owners that open the email so it can be a warmer lead so that would be the investment for this project: leads, dialer, voip minutes for the agents to dial , 2 admin extensions for me and you and 5 for agents, the woodpecker platform to send out 500 emails a day depends on what you can do anywhere from 300usd to 600usd the 300 would be only the virtual center with 5 agents dialing with the script without sending the 500 emails a day

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Son Güncelleme: 2020-12-06
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It starts in the Philippines as Lapu-Lapu fights Ferdinand Magellan and wins the fierce battle defeating Magellan in 1521. Later in 1898, as the Katipunans are salvaged their graceful solitary friends and fight those bad guys. In the Japanese War in 1942, the battle cry settled in as the other Japanese went to attack the terrorists. In the present day, Benjamin "Benjie" Santos VIII (Vice Ganda) comes from a long line of warriors and soldiers. His grandfather, Benjamin Santos VI (Eddie Garcia), expects him to be in the army and to be like his ancestors who fought every battle in the country. He lives with his parents and two sisters named Jesamine (Angelie Urquico) and Anjamin (Abby Bautista). His father, Benjamin Santos VII (Jimmy Santos), gives being a military soldier to be what he wants to be, a scientist and an inventor. Benjie's grandfather does not agree with his decision and Benjie and his immediate family were forced to leave his grandfather's house. They now live in a cramped house, where they started a new life. His father, as expected, followed what makes him happy. He invented gadgets and unique deadly weapons. Some examples are the Utot-gun (lit. 'Fart gun'), a fan that shoots bullets, and a tiara that can potentially kill thousands of people. A few years later they were invited to his grandfather's 75th birthday by relatives. His grandfather finds out Benjie is gay. They were asked to leave and to never show themselves again and declares them a disgrace to the Santos family. A terrorist organization, Bandidos International starts a civil war in the Philippines and kidnaps Benjie's grandfather and other high-ranking officials. A leader of the group named Abe Sayyep claims they have taken over the whole country. The Philippine government introduced conscription as part of their fight against the terrorist forcing Benjie to enlist in place of his ailing father. In the camp, Benjie meets other members of his platoon. He was later introduced to his group's commander Brandon Estolas (Derek Ramsay) and became secretly infatuated with him. Benjie's group initially performs poorly in training and was in danger of being dissolved. His group decides to train at night, and show their improvement in the morning. A rival group, incensed with constantly losing to Benjie's group during training, sought to reveal Benjie's sexuality by getting Benjie drunk and filming him dancing lewdly and effeminately. The following morning, the High-General calls Benjie because of the video, and makes him leave the army. When Benjamin was about to leave, his friends joined him to show solidarity. They left the army, and while travelling a wooded area stumbled upon the location of the Bandidos International's base by accident. They went back to camp to inform the High General but the official won't believe the group. The whole camp believed the real enemy base was in Tanay, based on the army's gathered information and decided to attack there instead where they were later ambushed by hundreds of terrorists. Meanwhile, Benjie's group returns to the enemy's real base, where they saw the terrorist's trucks with the captured forces, including Benjie's grandfather and Brandon—the group's former commander in the army. They plan to break in the enemy camp by dressing up as women to trick the guards into letting them inside their base. Once inside, the group kills many terrorists using the inventions of Benjie's father. Benjie manages to find his grandfather, Brandon, and the other generals. Benjie's grandfather thanks him and asks for forgiveness for treating him so badly. Benjie is then reunited with his group, where Abe Sayyep appears and attempts to shoot Benjie's grandfather. Benjie takes the bullet to save his grandfather resulting to his death. Both him and Abe Sayyep is dead. In the afterlife, Benjie meets his ancestors who tells him that they are proud of him and tells him that it was not yet time for him to die. He is soon revived, and the group returns home, where they celebrate their victory with a party. Benjie tells his feelings for Brandon but Brandon rejected him saying he already has a fiancé, a woman who looks exactly like him.

İngilizce

summary sisterakas

Son Güncelleme: 2020-11-29
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Tagalogca

Teh. amo na ya sala nila eh. Kay dayun nagreact sila. Ako ya namamagitan lang ako kay makmak. Teh ang sabat ni makmak sa akon ndi sya nagchat. Cge lang nang check ko mamaya. Busy ako ya pirmi sa bata wala ako ya oras para mag intra sa malayo sila

İngilizce

Teh. amo na ya sala nila eh. Kay dayun nila react. Ako ya namangkot lang ko kay makmak. Teh ang sabat ni makmak sa akon ndi sya nagchat. Cge lang nang check ko later. Busy ko ya pirmi sa bata ko wala ko ya oras para mag intra sa away nila

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This story was written during American Colonization, when the colonizers introduced English to the education system, along with American culture. Characters Period it was written "Greta Garbo", a short story depicts a young Filipina woman, Monina Vargas, who greatly idealizes the American actress Greta Garbo. This short story shows Monina inside a train headed to Baguio. While she waits for her boyfriend, Octavio who she refers to as John, the reader witnesses the flashbacks and gets to learn more about her personality. Monina gets out of the train Author describes Monina's characteristics: small eyes, "tabis tari" ng manok ang eyebrow, has a very small face (looks like mestisa), has a small mouth and thin lips She calls herself "GG", and also uses it for letters and signatures Gives pictures of herself to her friends Greta Garbo is an American actress, Monina's ideal person Watches all her shows John Gilbert and Greta Garbo appeared together in a few films Became a real-life couple In the story, Octavio Razon is Monina's "John Gilbert" Octavio is a pilot Had wrinkles on her forehead Enjoyed skating Flashback of how she and Octavio first met and all the men that dated Monina "Talaang ginto" Why Octavio: experienced a "drunken" type of love; passionate hugs and deep kisses Back to the present Case of mistaken identity 3 days before tickets bought Tribune magazine society page Sees a picture of Octavio with his wife Monina is indecisive about whether to stay or go Out of disbelief, she jumps off the train Falls and hurts face THE END Significance of Greta Garbo

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This story was written during American Colonization, when the colonizers introduced English to the education system, along with American culture. Characters Period it was written "Greta Garbo", a short story depicts a young Filipina woman, Monina Vargas, who greatly idealizes the American actress Greta Garbo. This short story shows Monina inside a train headed to Baguio. While she waits for her boyfriend, Octavio who she refers to as John, the reader witnesses the flashbacks and gets to learn more about her personality. Monina gets out of the train Author describes Monina's characteristics: small eyes, "tabis tari" ng manok ang eyebrow, has a very small face (looks like mestisa), has a small mouth and thin lips She calls herself "GG", and also uses it for letters and signatures Gives pictures of herself to her friends Greta Garbo is an American actress, Monina's ideal person Watches all her shows John Gilbert and Greta Garbo appeared together in a few films Became a real-life couple In the story, Octavio Razon is Monina's "John Gilbert" Octavio is a pilot Had wrinkles on her forehead Enjoyed skating Flashback of how she and Octavio first met and all the men that dated Monina "Talaang ginto" Why Octavio: experienced a "drunken" type of love; passionate hugs and deep kisses Back to the present Case of mistaken identity 3 days before tickets bought Tribune magazine society page Sees a picture of Octavio with his wife Monina is indecisive about whether to stay or go Out of disbelief, she jumps off the train Falls and hurts face THE END Significance of Greta Garbo

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1. To take charge of the post and all company property in view and protect/preserve the same utmost diligence. 2. To walk in an alert manner during my tour of duty and observe everything within sight or hearing. 3. To report all violations of regulations or orders i am instructed to enforce. 4. To relay all calls from more distant from the guard house where i am stationed. 5. To quit my post only when properly relieved. 6. To receive, obey and pass to the relieving guard all orders from the company officials, officers in the agency, supervisor, post in charge of shift leaders. 7. To talk to no one except in the line of duty. 8. To make sound or call the alarm in case of fire or disorder 9. To call the superior officer in any case not covered by the instructions. 10. To salute all company officials, officers of the agency, ranking public officials and officers of the AFP and PNP. 11. To be especially watchful at night, and, during the time for challenging, to challenge all persons on or near my post and to allow no one to pass without proper authority.

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QUERY LENGTH LIMIT EXCEDEED. MAX ALLOWED QUERY : 500 CHARS

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My gut feel is that this is the political structure that suits us at this stage of our political life as a nation. No, I am not adding to the noise that calls for an amendment in the Constitution. I want to propose, first, a thorough review of our political system. I think the unitary, presidential system has served its purpose of taking us through the initial stages of unifying our country. Now that we are thinking as one nation — I hope the Bangsamoro advocates would take this as an invitation even if they insist on a distinct nationality — we can now go back to the unresolved issues of our basic differences and unify ourselves from there

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role play scrip

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