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1. Introduction:
The constitution of Islamic republic of Pakistan provides legislative procedure in part III chapter 2. the parliament has three functions viz to make laws, to grant finance to the Govt, and to administer the policies of the ministries. the important function of the parliament is to make laws for the state. it is only legislative body. through an amendment in 1985 the legislative procedure has been made easy.
2. Relevant provisions:
Articles 70-89 of the Islamic republic constitution Read More

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WHY DID THE ALLIES NOT GET THE TREATY THEY WANTED?

THE BIG THREE

WHAT DID THEY WANT?

WHAT DID THEY ACTUALLY GET?

WHAT DIDN´T THEY GET?

Woodrow

Wilson

1) To punish Germany but not too harshly

2) International cooperation. In his 14th point he proposed the setting up of an International body called The League of Nations

3) To give self-determination to small countries that had once been part of European empires

4) Give Poland access to the sea

1)Wilson agreed with the war guilt cause that made Germany responsible

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TEMA 7

Socialization concept

Process through which an individual comes to appreciate the values, abilities, expected behaviors, and social knowledge essential for assuming an organizational role and for participating as an organizational member. (Louis, 1980, pp. 229-230).

Process through which a new employee goes from outsider to internal member, either when he enters a new organization or, within the same organization, in a different function or hierarchy. (Cooper-Thomas & Anderson, 2006).

Socialization:

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vocabulary

Dover mail: a coach that carried letters and passengers.

Struggling: moving whit great difficulty

Trudged: walked whit difficulty

Wearily: very tiredly

Mist: fog

Highwaymen: armed robbers who attacked coaches

Blunderbuss: a very heavy gun

Peered: looked carefully

Uneasily: anxiously, worriedly

Aimed: pointed

Stiffly: when you are stiff, your muscles hurt when you move them

Plunged: went deep

To see about it: to deal whit it

Awkwardly: embarrassedly

Eagerly: enthusiastically

Keenly: intently

Distress: mental suffering

Faint:

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Sin título 1

1. Basic physical attributes: a. Stamina b. Strength c. Speed d. Flexibility 2. Specific physical attributes: a. Coordination b. Balance c. Relax

Stamina is defined as the attribute that allows us to sustain physical exercise for a prolonged time,

Anaerobic Alactic Stamina:  It is the first energy pathway to get energy.  It involves activities from cero to 10 seconds, not longer.  Intensity between 100 – 90% of maximum.  Oxygen is not present.  Lactic Acid is not produced.  Example:

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Important Instructions to examiners:
SUMMER 18– EXAMINATION
17530
Model AnswerSubject Code:

⦁The answers should be examined by key words and not as word-to-word as given in the model answer scheme.
⦁The model answer and the answer written by candidate may vary but the examiner may try to assess the understanding level of the candidate.
⦁The language errors such as grammatical, spelling errors should not be given more Importance (Not applicable for subject English and Communication Skills.
⦁While
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