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Village Credit Institutions (LPDs) in Bali are non-bank financial institutions which performance appraisal is unsuitable for the spirit of its formation and activities that are based on Tri Hita Karana (THK) culture. This research is aimed to reconstruct the LPD performance appraisal with the cultural perspective of THK for community aspect (pawongan) dimension. To achieve this objective, the researchers employed critical theory methodology by means of Habermas ’Theory of Communicative Action (HTCA). A case study was employed as the research strategy, and the data were obtained by interviews, documentary studies, and observations. http://www.scirj.org/jul-2014-paper.php?rp=P0714150
This is a true story of a family whose lives were turned upside down with uncertainty as the struggled to survive each passing day during a dark, despairing time of utter chaos. It is a heroic account of hope and a father's determination to find his way back home from a treacherous abyss.
This research concerns the poor service quality of subsidized fossil fuel in Indonesia that has not yet met public expectations. On the other hand, the spirit of good governance requires the involvement of third party actors (non government) to respond to public issues. To address this requirement, good governance should be promoted in all development aspects, including subsidized fossil fuel services run by Badan Pengatur Hilir Minyak dan Gas Bumi - the State Downstream Oil and Gas Regulator (BPH Migas). This research aims to analyze the effect of BPH Migas leadership, coordination and supervision and public participation on the service quality of subsidized diesel fuel in North Jakarta. Samples were collected from 300 respondents using the proportionate stratified random sampling method. This research used quantitative method, data were collected using Likert scale questionnaire, literature research, document analysis and observations. The collected data were analyzed using validity,
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On November 20, 2009 Gary Brasher attempted to accomplish something that most of us would never even consider, much less aspire to, when he completes a triple-iron triathlon. That’s a full iron-distance triathlon every day for three consecutive days! He will swim, bike, and run his way over 422.6 miles in a 72-hour span! It is truly one of the most difficult sporting endeavors ever imagined. I can still remember my first triathlon. It was many years ago now, and it wasn’t anywhere near the iron distance. In fact, it was a ―sprint‖ triathlon: .5-mile swim, 16-mile bike and 5K run. And as you can imagine, the name ―sprint‖ indicates that you should basically be able to ―go all-out‖ in a race of that distance. But for me, my first race was a debacle. My goal was simply to finish. I had modestly trained for a few weeks and was pretty confident that I would be able to do it, but since it was all new to me, I really didn’t know for sure. As I prepared for the race, I remember asking a number of friends that were experienced in the sport for advice. They were all a tremendous help, but alongside their training tips and technical advice came one important message from a friend who said, ―Just run your race.‖ In essence, ―Don’t worry about what everyone else is doing. Don’t get sucked in to the pace of the rest of the racers. Simply run your race.‖ I was impressed with the simplicity of the advice, especially since many of these friends had completed in iron-distance events. They knew that I would be tempted to give in to the competitive spirit even though I was not physically prepared to go all-out. They also knew that my adrenaline would be high and that my mental approach to the event would have to control my emotional response to the electric race environment.
More than a decade ago, Suzuki developed a machine so unique that it instantly attracted a devoted following around the world. Like its namesake, the Japanese peregrine falcon, Hayabusa is famed for cutting through the air with incredible agility and performance. It combines massive thrust, unmatched maneuverability, and a silky smooth ride on city streets or the open road. Beneath its windswept design beats the legendary Suzuki Hayabusa engine. The resonating feel of pure power evokes an attitude of bold authority from both machine and rider. Through countless engineering refinements of the original design, the Hayabusa spirit has endured. Its incomparable performance delivers a fun and sporty ride at any speed, setting the bar high for rivals and defining the “Ultimate Sport Bike.” The radically original yet timeless styling also reflects the spirit of the person who owns a Hayabusa. Suzuki engineered the Hayabusa to perform like a heavyweight boxer—muscular yet surprisingly agile. While riders rarely need to call on its full punch off the line, the overabundant power and fleet-footed performance inspire confidence in everyday riding. That restrained yet refined energy is the presence that turns heads when a Hayabusa and rider pass. Hayabusa is equally at home on the highway or city streets. The low center of gravity that lets it conquer winding roads also makes Hayabusa a nimble urban predator. Plus, the Hayabusa's high-quality finish and attention to detail betray unequalled pride of craftsmanship that will become your pride of ownership. The bold design also gives it a unique aura and formidable presence not found in other bikes. The 2013 model comes newly equipped with Brembo Monobloc high-performance calipers and an Antilock Brake System. These features are sure to appeal to lone riders cruising the highway as well as touring couples.
Mission: The YMCA of Metro North builds strong kids, strong families and strong communities by enriching the lives of all people in spirit, mind and body. Vision Statement: The YMCA of Metro North, as a charitable community based organization with a commitment to service, will utilize its staff, volunteers and facilities to strengthen individuals, families and our community by providing quality social, recreational and educational experiences while promoting honesty, respect, caring and responsibility to all members of our community. Licensing Authority Camp Sachem and Camp Eastman must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the Saugus Board of Health (Sachem) and the Peabody Board of Health (Eastman). Parents/Guardians may request copies of summer camp background check, behavior management and health care policies as well as procedures for filing grievances. We are delighted that you have chosen the YMCA of Metro North for your child(ren). We are committed to providing a safe and nurturing experience for your child. Our programs are designed to provide each child with a variety of positive, healthy and engaging activities throughout each day. We hope to challenge your child/teen to try new things, to enjoy new physical and creative activities, and to create friendships and memories that will last a lifetime. We expect that your child will return home every day fulfilled, tired and probably a little dirty from exploring the outdoors! This handbook is designed to assist you in better understanding the philosophy, policies and procedures for our camp programs. We encourage you to review this booklet with your child and retain it for future reference.
About the Center for Business and Human Rights at New York University Stern School of Business “At NYU Stern, we develop people and ideas that transform the challenges of the 21st century into opportunities to create value for business and society. Our Center for Business and Human Rights is the embodiment of that mission. By creating a safe haven for open dialogue and convening relevant voices for discussion around practical solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems, the Center, and by extension this report, demonstrate that profit and principle can co-exist. ” –Peter Henry, Dean NYU Stern School of Business Dean Henry launched the Center for Business and Human Rights in March 2013 with a strong belief in the power of business to create positive change in society. In that spirit, the Center’s mission is to challenge and empower businesses to make practical progress on human rights in their own operations. It is the first center to focus on human rights as an integral part of a business school. We start from the premise that business can and does work for the good of society. We support the goal of business to create value while emphasizing high standards for human rights performance. Each year, we take on a major project around a set of human rights challenges in a sector that is of foremost concern for companies, consumers, regulators, and investors. We use the convening platform of the NYU Stern School of Business to bring together groups of companies from different sectors and different parts of the world, along with outside stakeholders and experts.
Spirit of Life Boutique is one of the leading Breast Care specialists in Queensland (since 2004). We are also a specialist lingerie shop that carries the widest range of mastectomy lingerie, swimwear, breast prostheses and bras in Australia! Spirit of Life Boutique, 682 Sandgate Road, Clayfield, QLD 4011, Ph: 07 3511 4222, Web: www.spiritoflifeboutique.com
One of the top martial arts programs in the United States By any measure - curriculum, facilities, number and quality of students, success of our students-- Tama Martial Arts Center ranks among the top martial arts schools in the country. Our Teaching Approach Though all martial arts schools teach kids how to kick, punch, block and grapple we focus on the inner teachings of martial arts: the development of a strong mind, body and spirit.