Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) is a leading Navaratna Public Sector Undertaking. It is conducting a written test on 2nd July 2017. The admit cards for the written test are available now. The link for downloading BEL Admit Card 2017 is given below. Show More Summary
Add to your Vocabulary with 5 new words! Word Power Made Easy PDF Capsule 87 brought to you by Testbook’s team of experts! Today’s words: Acerbic, Alfresco, Aghast, Attenuate and Abdicate! #VocabPDF #WordPowerMadeEasy #WordsOfTheDayShow More Summary
Just a short post for today. Over the last few weeks here in the Western Argolid, Scott Gallimore, Guy Sanders, and I have talked a good bit about the seventh century A.D. The three of us are working with Sarah James to publish an assemblage of seventh century material from the Helleniko pyramid near Myloi… Read More ?
It's called Ghost Mode.
Arbitration agreements prevent lawsuits---but exacerbate the cultural problems endemic to startups.
Property owners have long suffered under the Supreme Court’s erratic rulings. It got worse today. In Murr v. Wisconsin, the Court ruled against the owners, 5-3, with Justice Kennedy writing for the majority, Chief Justice Roberts writing...Show More Summary
"The increase in risk is striking."
Things are heating up.
The Académie française saves up announcement of their Grand prix du roman for the fall book-prize-season, but they announce most of the rest of their awards in one big go: yes, 63 prizes and honors (warning ! dreaded pdf format !), in...Show More Summary
I've frequently mentioned the unusual situation in Iran, that foreign titles often appear in numerous translations (hey, look at that, most recently here...), and in The Guardian Saeed Kamali Dehghan now tries to explain Why Iran has 16 different translations of one Khaled Hosseini novel.
At his Conversational Reading weblog Scott Esposito has a Q & A with Translator Daniel Hahn on Winning the International Dublin Literary Award and Endowing a New Translation Award. (Hahn translated José Eduardo Agualusa's International DUBLIN Literary Award-winning novel, A General Theory of Oblivion.)
Translation via a third language -- those Hungarian novels translated into English via the German translation, say (e.g. Embers) are less common -- in(to) English -- than they used to be (though surprisingly still not entirely rare exceptions),...Show More Summary
The most recent addition to the complete review is my review of Manuel Pérez Subirana's Losing is What Matters, a 2003 novel that came out in English translation from Dalkey Archive Press last fall.
nationalaquarium: Four years ago today we released our 100th rehabilitated sea turtle, Willard!
3D hybrid electrode for both electrochemical and photoelectrochemical water splitting in alkaline media
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A wealth of historical coastal water pH data has been collected using potentiometric glass electrodes, but the accuracy and stability of these sensors is poorly understood. Here we compared pH measurements from five potentiometric sensors...Show More Summary
Masculine stereotypes of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects corrupt the self-concept of female students and their career aspirations in such areas.