Routes 9 and 100 , Wilmington and Dover , VT Although South Village 1 is a short alignment , several existing environmental and community resources would be impacted . The South Village 1 Alternative was determined to potentially impact ...
Unlike North Village, South Village experiences more direct authority from a combination of the Myanmar government, Burmese military, and private-public and private-military partnerships. De jure land rights rest with the Myanmar ...
Author: Carl Middleton
This open access book focuses on the Salween River, shared by China, Myanmar, and Thailand, that is increasingly at the heart of pressing regional development debates. The basin supports the livelihoods of over 10 million people, and within it there is great socio-economic, cultural and political diversity. The basin is witnessing intensifying dynamics of resource extraction, alongside large dam construction, conservation and development intervention, that is unfolding within a complex terrain of local, national and transnational governance. With a focus on the contested politics of water and associated resources in the Salween basin, this book offers a collection of empirical case studies that highlights local knowledge and perspectives. Given the paucity of grounded social science studies in this contested basin, this book provides conceptual insights at the intersection of resource governance, development, and politics of knowledge relevant to researchers, policy-makers and practitioners at a time when rapid change is underway. - Fills a significant knowledge gap on a major river in Southeast Asia, with empirical and conceptual contributions - Inter-disciplinary perspective and by a range of writers, including academics, policy-makers and civil society researchers, the majority from within Southeast Asia - New policy insights on a river at the cross-roads of a major political and development transition
West -- Village boundary of Fulerchar and Khas land of Aurangabad A / E . Block No.4 North - Knus laid of Aurangabad A / F .. South and West - Vilage boundary of Fekainari . East - Lands of Abdul Bari Mandal , Agruddin and others ...
land belonging to the South Village consists of terraced rice fields. The other village, identified as the North Village, is located about 20 km south of the South Village and is on a completely flat coastal plain along the Java Sea.
Author: Thomas J Espenshade
Category: Social Science
The world’s population is now estimated at over 5 billion, and projections call for a continued high growth rate, predominantly in the less-developed countries. Concern over the consequences of this situation has led to numerous public policy debates, and the complex interrelationships between population and technology have become an important new topic in demographic research. The papers in this book are based on a symposium entitled “Technological Prospects and Population Trends” arranged for the 150th National Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in New York City in May 1984. The book focuses on clarification of the impact that technological development and population change have on one another. For instance, how may population and related socioeconomic trends be conditioned by expected or foreseeable technological changes? What is the impact of population on technology in both the developed and newly industrializing areas of the world? Linking demography with developments in the major areas of agriculture, education, contraception, longevity, and health care, the distinguished contributors offer diverse yet integrated perspectives on what is fast becoming one of the major issues of our time.
and South villages each had two ritual associations, representing an area based on a temple. ... The yinyuehui of the South village is also known as 'southern lantern association'; their 1930 donors' list and 1983 instrumental score are ...
Author: Dr Stephen Jones
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
The living practice of Daoist ritual is still only a small part of Daoist studies. Most of this work focuses on the southeast, with the vast area of north China often assumed to be a tabula rasa for local lay liturgical traditions. This book, based on fieldwork, challenges this assumption. With case studies on parts of Hebei, Shanxi, Shaanxi, and Gansu provinces, Stephen Jones describes ritual sequences within funerals and temple fairs, offering details on occupational hereditary lay Daoists, temple-dwelling priests, and even amateur ritual groups. Stressing performance, Jones observes the changing ritual scene in this poor countryside, both since the 1980s and through all the tribulations of twentieth-century warfare and political campaigns. The whole vocabulary of north Chinese Daoists differs significantly from that of the southeast, which has so far dominated our image. Largely unstudied by scholars of religion, folk Daoist ritual in north China has been a constant theme of music scholars within China. Stephen Jones places lay Daoists within the wider context of folk religious practices - including those of lay Buddhists, sectarians, and spirit mediums. This book opens up a new field for scholars of religion, ritual, music, and modern Chinese society.
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Author: Reynold Cheng
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 17th Asia-Pacific Conference APWeb 2015 held in Guangzhou, China, in September 2015. The 67 full papers and presented together with 3 industrial track papers and 7 demonstration track papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 146 submissions. The papers cover a wide spectrum of Web-related data management problems, and provide a thorough view on the rapid advances of technical solutions.
No writing has been found next to this point.37 The average size of the rooms in the eastern section of the South Village as excavated by the Metropolitan Museum's mission in the 1910s corresponds to that of some of the groups of small ...
Author: Anna K. Hodgkinson
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This book provides the first systematic and comprehensive discussion of the intra-urban distribution of high-status goods, and their production or role as a marker of the nature of the settlements known as royal cities of New Kingdom Egypt (c.1550-1069 BC). Using spatial analysis to detect patterns of artefact distribution, the study focuses on Amarna, Gurob, and Malqata, incorporating Qantir/Pi-Ramesse for comparison. Being royal cities, these three settlements had a great need for luxury goods. Such items were made of either highly valuable materials, or materials that were not easily produced and therefore required a certain set of skills. Specifically, the industries discussed are those of glass, faience, metal, sculpture, and textiles. Analysis of the evidence of high-status industrial processes throughout the urban settlements, has demonstrated that industrial activities took place in institutionalized buildings, in houses of the elite, and also in small domestic complexes. This leads to the conclusion that materials were processed at different levels throughout the settlements and were subject to a strict pattern of control. The methodological approach to each settlement necessarily varies, depending on the nature and quality of the available data. By examining the distribution of high-status or luxury materials, in addition to archaeological and artefactual evidence of their production, a deeper understanding has been achieved of how industries were organized and how they influenced urban life in New Kingdom Egypt.
Author: Westmoreland Historical Society (Westmoreland, N.H.). Cemeteries CommitteePublish On: 1989
SOUTH VILLAGE CEMETERY South Village Cemetery , located on Glebe Road , was established in 1850 through the subscription of funds by thirtynine citizens to purchase a tract of land " near the brick meeting house " .
Author: Westmoreland Historical Society (Westmoreland, N.H.). Cemeteries Committee
Author: Raymond Charles RauscherPublish On: 2017-09-01
District 2 (including Greenwich Village) needs and issues will be examined (Sect. ... (Source GVSHP Web 2017) Given local citizen efforts as noted above, the South Village Historic District was expanded to its current status following a ...
Author: Raymond Charles Rauscher
This book examines the neighborhoods of New York City to determine to what extent planning in New York addresses Sustainable City Principles (SCPs). Part I looks at the background to planning urban areas in the face of global urban changes. These changes (i.e. population movements and densification of cities) are placing pressures on cities worldwide. Chapter 1 provides a background to these global pressures (i.e. population growth) and their implications. Chapter 2 looks closer at New York planning and introduces Sustainable City Principles (SCPs). Part II introduces nine selected neighborhoods within Manhattan and examines to what extent planning of these neighborhoods addresses the SCPs. For each chapter a neighborhood background is provided and results of the author’s field survey are reviewed. Part III examines the selected neighborhoods within Brooklyn to determine to what extent planning of those neighborhoods addresses the SCPs. Part IV examines the last three neighborhoods (in Queens) and addresses the SCPs. Part V examines conclusions reached from examining the nine neighborhoods. These conclusions are used to determine the extent that the City Council (and the community) are addressing SCPs in planning neighborhoods. Finally, lessons learned from these conclusions are assessed for their relevance to planning neighborhoods anywhere in the world.
Cook County—Name changes: Ford Heights village previously East Chicago Heights village; Orland Hills village previously Westhaven village; University Park village previously Park Forest South village. Annexed into Cook County: East ...
Author: Carolyn Bartholomew
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
This report responds to the mandate for the Commission ¿to monitor, investigate, & report to Congress on the nat. security implications of the bilateral trade & economic relationship between the U.S. & the People¿s Republic of China.¿ Includes detailed treatment of investigations of the following areas: proliferation practices; economic transfers; energy; U.S. capital markets; regional economic & security impacts; U.S.-China bilateral programs; World Trade Organization compliance; & freedom of expression. The Comm. conducted its work through a comprehensive set of 7 public hearings, taking testimony from over 118 witnesses from Congress, the executive branch, industry, academia, policy groups, & other experts. Illustrations.