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Early Years Staff   Jumeira Baccalaureate School

A co-educational school in Jumeira, Dubai, JBS is a truly international school, offering The International Primary Curriculum (IPC), International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE).

Senior Leadership Team   Jumeira Baccalaureate School

A co-educational school in Jumeira, Dubai, JBS is a truly international school, offering The International Primary Curriculum (IPC), International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE).

Southampton An Excellent Area for Ordering

The reality that Southampton blends the different natural and organic bonuses among the shore while keeping a distinctly New York attitude, indisputably makes it one of the few country's most top notch online sites for buying the other property or home. Very close up your eyes and take note to be the mayhem of the metro area carefully fades and locate all by yourself swaying with regard to the tempo of soft surf that act like the range of motion from this relaxing metropolis. Its proximity in the Atlantic Ocean definitely makes the metropolitan area a haven for sunbathers, fishermen and swimmers as well. No matter if you're indulging in a game of golf for an top level school by day or enjoying a delightful candlelit meal on your glamorous sail boat experience by occasion, you are likely to obviously feel the unrivaled bliss of buying another property with this exquisite place.

Global Iron oxide Pigments market is expected to reach $2,185.70 million in 2018

Iron Oxide Pigments market research report covering industry trends, market share, market growth analysis and projection by MIcroMarketMonitor.com. Iron oxide pigments are extracted from its natural occurring ore hematite/magnetite. These are mostly used in coating, concrete, ceramics, inks, and plastics. The Global Iron oxide Pigments market was valued at $1,656.88 million in 2012 and is expected to reach $2,185.70 million in 2018

Optimizing the relevancy of Predictions using Machine  Learning and NLP of Search Query

- One of the most important and promising branches of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is Machine Learning (ML),which strive to make a machine intelligent by “learning” from the data. Information Retrieval is also a popular and predominant technique having as one of its application, the ubiquitous Search Engine. Search Engine optimization (SEO) has seen remarkable advancements during the recent years. The objective of this paper is to optimize the existing predictive search mechanism by incorporating pattern based Machine Learning techniques, the association with a Semantic Database, Natural Language Processing of search query to produce more relevant predictions to the user. The main intention is to provide diversified but apt, intelligent predictions for both the diversified set of users whose domain of search queries is not constrained, as well as for the dedicated researchers whose domain will be confined, coupled with an optimal balance between the Response times, Relev

Proximate and Mineral composition of Some Traditional  Vegetables in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.

This research work was carried out to investigate the proximate and mineral composition of some traditional vegetables in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. These vegetables include: Talinum triangulare, Hensia crinita, Cucurbita maxima and Lasianthera africana. The vegetables were washed in potable water to remove unwanted matters and were analyzed for proximate and mineral content. All analyses were carried out in three replicates and the mean data were presented on tables using the spread sheet Microsoft Excel. Talinum triangulare had the highest protein content (56.72%) and moisture content (80.11%) but had the lowest content of ash (6.31%), crude fibre (2.96%) and carbohydrate (6.91%). Ash and crude fibre were present in low quantities in Talinum triangulare, Hensia crinita, and Lasianthera africana, except Cucurbita maxima which had the highest composition of ash (14.06%) and crude fibre (9.37%). Mineral composition (Potassium (K), Calcium (Ca), Magnesium (Mg) and

Natural Environment of Cold Desert Region Zanskar  (Ladakh)

The study of man-environment relationship has great importance today. Human beings interact with their environment from the early stage of development to modern lives. In the process of this interaction they modify and transform environment. Environment plays determining role in the early stages of development where society essentially adapts itself to the limits laid down by it. As development proceeds onwards, the subservience to it gets progressively reduced and the process of cooperation and interaction begins. Present paper is based on analysis of secondary data published by different sources. Arc viewGIS 10 has been used to construct various kinds of maps in this paper. The natural environment of Zanskar presents a very harsh and fragile system. This region experiences heavy snowfall during winter caused by the western disturbances. Zanskar Tehsil is an underdeveloped area where existing use of natural resources is limited due to the low level of technology

Experimental investigation on Self-Curing SelfCompacting Concrete by Replacing Natural Sand by Msand

In recent years, self-compacting concrete (SCC) has gained wide use for placement in congested reinforced concrete structures with difficult casting conditions. For such applications, the fresh concrete must possess high fluidity and good cohesiveness. In this present study, the effect of replacing the cement, fine aggregate and coarse aggregate by constant replacement of silica fume, Manufactured sand (JSW) replacement of 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% and light weight aggregate replacement of 10%, 15%, for internal curing respectively and their combinations of various proportions on the properties of different mixes of M40 grade has been compared with normal self compacting concrete by conventional curing method. In this study fresh property and hardened properties of the different mixes of concrete were determined. From the present study the test result showed that for fresh concrete all the mixes satisfies the EFNORC standard values.

Effect of Plant Products on Morphological Parameters of  Tukra Affected Mulberry Leaves

Tukra is one of the major problem in mulberry growing areas and it is caused by pink mealy bug Maconellicoccus hirsutus which affect both the quality and yield of mulberry leaf. In general the tukra- diseased leaves showed high moisture content compared to normal healthy leaves. A preliminary attempt has been made to know the effect of plant extracts of natural pesticide origin on moisture content, loss and retention capacity of tukra affected mulberry leaves. The seed kernel and leaf extracts of Azadirachta indica, Pongamia pinnata, Madhuca longifolia and only leaf extracts of Lantana camara, Adathoda vasica were directly used as a foliar spray on M-5 mulberry variety under field conditions. The results revealed that the tukra affected leaves showed high moisture content (75.92%) compared to normal healthy leaves (71.32%). The moisture content was more in NSKE @ 4% (73.83%) PSKE @ 4% (73.80%), MSKE @ 4% (73.30%), and lowest was recorded from MSKE @ 2% (71.76%)

Cost and Benefit Analysis of the adoption of Soil and  Water Conservation methods, Kenya

This paper assesses the net welfare associated with the adoption of Bench Terraces (BT), Contour Bunds (CB), and Napier Grass Strips (NGS) in the Saba Saba sub-catchment of the Upper Tana catchment in Kenya. An agro-economic survey and informal interviews were conducted in the Saba Saba sub-catchment to elicit farm level quantitative data for the Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA). Financial functions in excel were used to analyze the on-site costs and benefits of adopting the identified SWC technologies on farms with crops such as maize, coffee, and tea. In this research CBA was used as a decision tool after the computation of all cost and benefits were valued in local currency to obtain the Net Present Value (NPV) or net welfare. The results show that investment in SWC measures may not be a feasible short-term option from farmers’ perspective. There is, therefore, a strong case for intervention, especially in the initial years where SWC adoption yields negative returns.

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