By Walter E. Crum
Vital for college students of the Coptic Language. issues have occurred due to the fact its unencumber although, for you to are looking to mix with a few more moderen lexica. Very thorough, yet with a unique alphabetical process in keeping with the consonant roots of the phrases.
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The resulting industries, chiefly producing concrete, flour and furniture, were for import substitution as well as export. Internal disparities Indices of national economic performance are one thing, how they affect the society is quite another. Economic growth has not been indicative of the increased equalization of standards of living. On the contrary, the pattern of sectoral growth which has occurred invariably led to the widening of the gaps within the society. These gaps have been due partly to changes in ownership patterns and increasing capital-intensive, rather than labour-intensive activity, and also to the disruption of traditional production without adequate employment alternatives.
Location and the formation of the image The perceived environment and the actual environment are separate entities, however close a similarity there may be between them. Even though aspects of the actual environment are the result of people's activities, it is only the perceived environment that is 'always and wholly a cultural artifact' and part of a separate sub-system in which the sources of information are the main energy flow (Brookfield, 1969: 64). There is also an important distinction between the information or messages which contribute to the formation of the image and the actual image itself.
The emotional dimension Elements generated by the emotions are a further dimension of the image. Knowledge in the sense of information about the objective reality becomes part of the image only in so far as the screened truth is fashioned by emotions which come into play in the context of migration, notably those regarding fulfilment or frustration, satisfaction or dissatisfaction, aspiration or resignation, hppefulness or hopelessness, confidence or fearfulness, forward looking or nostalgia. Closely allied to the emotions are attitudes.
A Coptic Dictionary (Ancient Language Resources) by Walter E. Crum