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What is money according to economics?

Money is an economic unit that functions as a generally recognized medium of exchange for transactional purposes in an economy. Money originates in the form of a commodity, having a physical property to be adopted by market participants as a medium of exchange.

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What plants do you put in a fairy garden?

Use a watering can with a breaker to gently water your tiny plants and fertilize your Fairy Flowers® with a standard liquid fertilizer once a month. As your plants grow, you may want to trim them. If so, just remember not to cut more than half of each Fairy Flower® back at one time.

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Why is the solar system named after Roman gods?

The Romans bestowed the names of gods and goddesses on the five planets that could be seen in the night sky with the naked eye. Jupiter, the solar system's biggest planet, was named for the king of the Roman gods, while the reddish color of the planet Mars led the Romans to name it after their god of war.

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How much is business class to Japan?

ANA's award chart varies by low, regular and high season. So depending on when you travel, a business class ticket could cost you 75,000, 85,000 or 90,000 miles, respectively.

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Can tomatoes and peppers be planted together?

Tomatoes : Although it's usually recommended to not plant tomatoes and peppers right after each other in the same bed every year, they can be grown together in the same garden bed (and then rotated to another bed next season).

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Is a raised bump that is often red due to inflammation and sore due to the pressure of swelling?

What Are Hives? Hives are red raised bumps or welts on the skin. Hives (or urticaria) is a common skin reaction to something like an allergen (a substance that causes allergies).

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What is a market economic system?

A market economy is a system where the laws of supply and demand direct the production of goods and services. Supply includes natural resources, capital, and labor. At the same time, shoppers look for the lowest prices for the goods and services they want.

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Is there more to life than money?

Albert Einstein said it well, “Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.” The choice is yours. There's more to life than money .

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Will Sycamore Row be made into a movie?

Nine of his novels have been turned into films, including his first one, "A Time to Kill." Grisham's latest legal thriller is his sequel to that first novel, set in the same Mississippi town. It's about a dead man with a secret, a controversial trial, and the ghosts of the deep south.

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Where can you get married in New Orleans?

The average New Orleans wedding will cost $25,148, with total annual sales reaching over $228.7 million. In New Orleans, brides can choose from a wide variety of venues: museums, five-star restaurants, gardens and ballrooms.

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How do you get married by the justice of the peace?

Chose a JP that suits your preferences and needs and make sure to inform the other interviewees you have chosen another person. Get the marriage license and pay the JP's fee. Personalize the ceremony with the JP and confirm additional services, or alternatively, confirm appointment at the courthouse. Get married !

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What is a three way table?

A three - way contingency table is an array of observed values Xijk' i=l,, I, j=l,, J, k=l,, K of IxJxK random variables, arranged in I rows, J columns and K layers.

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What is axial Proptosis?

Proptosis. On scans, proptosis is defined as globe protrusion greater than 21 mm anterior to the interzygomatic line on axial scans at the level of the lens. Proptosis without displacement ( axial ) is due to intraconal, most commonly dysthyroid, eye disease.

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How was Sumerian civilization structured?

The ancient Mesopotamia's created a government that was a combination of monarchy and democracy. The kingdoms of Sumer were organized into city-states and the Kings ruled each city-states for the gods. They were assisted by priests, scribes, and nobles. But before 3500 BC priests ruled Sumer .

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How long can winter tires last?

My answer might well lie in that last sentence - you have been changing to winter tires for " many years ." Most drivers will wear out a set of tires in less than five years, but for some low-mileage drivers like you that is not the case. Generally speaking, tires have a life expectancy of five to seven years.

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When did Honda start making lawn mowers?

Honda left the riding equipment market in 2000, and decided to focus on their core engine and 21" walk-behind mower business.

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What is SSL pinning in iOS?

SSL Certificate Pinning, or pinning for short, is the process of associating a host with its certificate or public key. Once you know a host's certificate or public key, you pin it to that host. In other words, you configure the app to reject all but one or a few predefined certificates or public keys.

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What is the code in Orange Book?

Orange Book Codes. The Orange Book Codes supply the FDA's therapeutic equivalence rating for applicable multi-source categories. Codes beginning with 'A' signify the product is deemed therapeutically equivalent to the reference product for the category.

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How do I sell scrap copper?

Taking Your Scrap Metals In The Course Of the Month

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What are benefits of vitamin D?

Perhaps the most vital are regulating the absorption of calcium and phosphorus, and facilitating normal immune system function. Getting a sufficient amount of vitamin D is important for normal growth and development of bones and teeth, as well as improved resistance against certain diseases.

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