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Winning the war on waste: changing the way we work

William Elias Conway - 1994 - 240 páginas
A quality revolution is taking place in many western organizations. This revolution is drastically cutting costs increasing quality & productivity & making its supporters more ...
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Winning the War on Dust Mites

Squirrel Publishing - 2012 - 250 páginas
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War of Words: Language, Politics and 9/11

Sandra Silberstein - 2002 - 172 páginas
In a media age, wars are waged not only with bombs and planes but also with video and sound bites. War of Words is an incisive report from the linguistic battlefields, probing ...
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Hunting Bin Laden: How Al-Qaeda is Winning the War on Terror

Rob Schultheis - 2008 - 229 páginas
Contends that America is losing the war on terror and what needs to be done in order to find Osama bin Laden and defeat al-Qaeda, tracing the origins and growth of terrorism ...
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War of Words: Washington Tackles the Yugoslav Conflict

Danielle S. Sremac - 1999 - 284 páginas
Sremac offers a penetrating look at how media-generated images and ideas reiterated throughout the Yugoslav civil war hindered Washington's ability to understand what was ...
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Trapped in the War on Terror

Ian Lustick - 2006 - 186 páginas
"Ian Lustick has written a brave, forceful, and very valuable book. I wish that every politician promising to 'defend' America would read what he has to say. Failing that, the ...
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War of Words, War of Stones: Racial Thought and Violence in Colonial Zanzibar

Jonathon Glassman - 2011 - 398 páginas
The Swahili coast of Africa is often described as a paragon of transnational culture and racial fluidity. Yet, during a brief period in the 1960s, Zanzibar became deeply ...
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