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These groups leveraged all information elements to garner feverish support within their home nation, across their region, and to the entire world.
OForeign tourists will be able to count on one more precious information element when choosing Brazil as a destination,O said Mrio Moyss, president of the Brazilian Tourism Board (Embratur).
Government as a whole--desperately needs a construct for designing interagency offensive information strategy that will enable leaders to employ the information element of national power in military operations.
The combination of traditional information elements such as text, photos and charts with 3D animations accelerates even complex repair processes as they are depicted in a manner easy to comprehend.
They evaluate and integrate cutting edge technologies, innovative concepts, and essential information elements to ensure a war fighting advantage.
Now, others are entering the discussion: Neuman (2001, in press [a]) has argued that synthesizing--the process of creating a personal conceptual structure from information elements found in discrete electronic resources--is the key to learning with the World Wide Web, while Chung (2002) has demonstrated a connection between information-seeking in electronic resources and learning at each of the six levels in the recent revision of Bloom's taxonomy (Anderson & Krathwohl, 2001).
News concentrates on winners who have passed through the DBS portal at some point-and, this being a bloodstock sales site, there is buckets of marketing swill-but several pure information elements are likely to make it a useful tool, particularly for professionals.
The result: Surviving records contain the best information elements from all records in the matched group.