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consolidated, with a large number of America, Chinese, and Indian suppliers/distributors vying for increasing their market penetration and share.
Gray langurs (Semnopithecus spp.) are leaf eating monkeys fragmentally
distributed in northern hills of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK).
The stories were published fragmentally
in different magazines between 1893 and 1935.
Our goal for writing this article was, on the one hand, to analyze these processes that many people live in daily bases, but fragmentally
. For this reason, it is difficult to elucidate their causes and connections, as well as the social actors who are involved and the role that hidden interests are playing.
Still, it increases progressively throughout her journey, its growth running parallel both to her contemplation of the consequences of modernization, and to her desire to preserve her motherland's heritage, as she fragmentally
, Radovic delivers to the author the following elements briefly summarised here: performing popular works on stage and avoiding the risk with lesser known works; inviting acclaimed directors and producers who had previously achieved success on the Madlenianum's stage; engaging well-known actors and singers who can also play an important role in promoting the Madlenianum's program in public; being housed in one of, architectonically, the most beautiful theatrical buildings in the city; offering operas, dramas and musicals; and finally, providing a kind of exclusive status and ambience in the Belgrade theatrical landscape due to the specific private character of the institution (Stevanovic 2015:224-225).
In "A Survey of Slovenian Women Fairytale Writers," Milena Mileva Blazic enumerates writers in Slovenia who were overlooked because they were women and because they wrote youth literature: "adult literature marginalized youth literature in the second half of the nineteenth century, whereas youth works and/or male and female authors were only mentioned fragmentally
between 1848 and 1918 in newspapers" (<http://dx.doi.org/10.7771/1481-4374.2064>).
Personnel management issues concerning virtual organization are analysed fragmentally
, therefore, personnel management theoretical models and their application practice do not meet the latter-day market requirements, posed by the outspread of information technologies.
In his long poem The Waste Land, written shortly after his modernist treatise Tradition and the Individual Talent, Eliot fragmentally
yet explicitly alludes to Shakespeare's poetry and plays.
He told the Foundation that his life would be fulfilled "only fragmentally
" if he could not complete them, but he was unsuccessful in his plea to the Foundation.
It was admitted that the existing study modules do not provide a comprehensive approach to sustainable development but rather refer to the issue fragmentally
. Consequently, the study programs could not be used to their full potential.