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Viết chương trình “Hello World” với Silverlight 2 và VS 2008

Viết chương trình “Hello World” với Silverlight 2 và VS 2008
... ứng dụng “Hello world” viết NET Silverlight (dùng VB hay C#) có kích thước 4KB Ghi chú: Một số control Beta1 dùng phải đóng góp kèm với ứng dụng, làm tăng kích thước file xap Chương trình Diggchỉ ... Beta2 phiên thức, kích thước tổng cộng khoảng 6-8KB Để chạy file Silverlight 2, bạn phải thêm thẻvào file HTML (không cần dùng Javascript) Silverlight tự động download file xap, khởi tạo chạy trình ... Khi chạy, chương trình hiển thị trang với nút bấm có dòng chữ “Push Me” giống sau: Để thêm “hành vi” cho nút bấm, thêm hàm xử lý kiện “Click” cho nó, để thêm vào, gõ vào tên kiện sau: Silverlight...
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John Wiley And Sons Webster''s New World - Essential vocabulary_A -2

John Wiley And Sons Webster''s New World - Essential vocabulary_A -2
... secretary of state [-ed, -ing, -ation n.] [Syn assert] 246 Essential Vocabulary aggrandize (uh GRAN dyz) vt to make greater, richer, more powerful; to make seem richer • By certifying the landfill as ... n.] bland (BLAND) adj mild and soothing rather than harsh and grating; without taste; flavorless; insipid; dull • Milk is a very bland drink when compared to orange or grapefruit juice • Tex-Mex ... Revolution of 1789, was the group of shopkeepers and self-employed persons between the aristocracy and the workers (or proletariat) [-e fem., -ie n.] brazen (BRAY zin) adj showing no shame; bold;...
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John Wiley And Sons Webster''s New World - Essential vocabulary_D -2

John Wiley And Sons Webster''s New World - Essential vocabulary_D -2
... cut up and use for firewood • Native Americans hewed totem poles from tree trunks • Many native cultures make hewed pipes and knife handles from wood, bone, and ivory [-ed, -ing, -n adj., -er n.] ... doing well [-ed, -ing] 292 Essential Vocabulary haughty (HAW tee) adj having or showing great pride in oneself and disdain for others • Two of King Lear’s daughters were very haughty, and it was ... interestingly that piece is known as “Ruffles and Flourishes.” [-ed, -ing] [Syn prosper] fluctuate (FLUHK tyoo ayt) vi to move back and forth or up and down; to be continuously varying —vt to cause...
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Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - Overview pptx

Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - Overview pptx
... Levinson, volume editors v .2 Oceania / Terence E Hays, volume ed Ethnology-North America-Encyclopedias Levinson, David 1947GN307.E53 1991 306'.097 9 0-4 9 123 CIP ISBN 0-8 16 1-1 808.6 (v 1) ISBN 0-8 16 1-1 80 9-4 ... in 1949, contains nearly one million pages of information on the cultures of the world Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume II OCEANIA Terence E Hays Volume Editor G.K Hall & Company NEW YORK ... ways of life of the indigenous peoples in the area of the world they will be visiting Format of the Encyclopedia The encyclopedia comprises ten volumes, ordered by geographical regions ofthe world...
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Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - A pdf

Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - A pdf
... cross and parallel cousins Marriage and Family Marriage Each man and woman had a series ofobligatory and optional social actions in terms of residence and marriage Marriage traditionally was exogamous, ... periods of only a few years compared to as many as twenty years in the past Today coffee and cocoa are grown as cash crops and are a major cause of the shorter fallow periods Apart from asakua yams ... School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University DONNA WINSLOW Ambae ETHNONYMS: a Bai, Angai Tagaro, Aoba, Butona, Leper's Island, Lombaha, Longana, Nduindui, Oba, Omba, Opa, Waluriki...
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Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - B pot

Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - B pot
... were conducted at Bikini In 1968, Bikini was declared habitable by the U.S government and 100 Bikinians had re- 28< /b> Bikini turned by 1974, though the island was now barren of < /b> much of < /b> the vegetation ... 22< /b> Bau Bau ETHNONYMS: Kubuna, Mbau, Tui Kaba Orientation The name 'Bau" was originally that of < /b> a house site (yamu) at Kubuna on the Wainibuka River in the interior of < /b> Viti Levu, ... financial transactions; Belauan valuables supplement cash in customary exchanges 26< /b> Belau Division of < /b> labor The most important division of < /b> labor is between fishing, emblematic of < /b> male virtue, and...
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Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - C doc

Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - C doc
... the atchaot or middle class; and the mangatchang, which was the class of common- ers There was a complicated economic specialization according to class, and social intercourse between classes ... protection of a big-man Conflict The precolonial history of Choiseul was dominated by violent conflict between big-men, or between contractual alliances of big-men, and their factions This conflict ... New Guinea." Oceania 21 :25 -6 5 Nilles, J (195 3- 1954) "The Kuman People: A Study of Cultural Change in a Primitive Society in the Central Highlands of New Guinea." Oceania 24 :1 -2 7 ; 11 9-1 31 Ross,...
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Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - D potx

Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - D potx
... unfletched, with notched, barbed, and dirtied (but not poisoned) tips By the 1980s, cloth, metal axes, knives, and shovels, as well as the detritus of modem life-cast-off tin cans and plastic bottles-had ... bird of paradise feathers, cassowary-feather whisks, and spear woods were traded into the Grand Valley in exchange for pigs and salt produced from local brine pools Division of Labor Gender and ... poetry Medicine In addition to shamanic curers, traditional medicine included herbal remedies and a surgical practitioner (bidi egabo bidi) who removed arrows through a skilled knowledge of body movements...
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Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - E potx

Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - E potx
... West-Neuguinea, no 19 Berlin: D Reimer Heeschen, V., and W Schiefenh6vel (1983) Wo-rterbuch der Eipo-Sprache: Eipo-Deutsch-English Mensch, Kultur, und Umwelt im zentralen Bergland von West-Neuguinea, ... shelters The complete cycle of ceremonies was not performed in all cases, and today through mission influence the dead are buried The souls of the deceased are thought to leave the body, as they ... enforced by the Chilean police and government officials on the island Conflict Wars were evidently common between the subtribes and especially between the eastern and western factions Wars were often...
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Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - F potx

Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - F potx
... extensive fields of irrigated taro are planted Fishing is limited because of the lack of a protecting reef and high seas for most of the year Men fish in the shelter of Alofi Island, using the few ... Bishop of Wallis and Futuna, the two sau of Fu- tuna, the lavelua ofWallis, and the high commissioner representing France share the power of decision making affecting the lives of Wallisians and Futunans ... by a group of men in order to provide a bountiful supply of yams and kape for any large communal feast Families depended on their household strip for day-to-day supplies of taro, breadfruit, bananas,...
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Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - G ppsx

Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - G ppsx
... (19 52) 'Nama Cult of the Central Highlands, New Guinea." Oceania 23 :1 -2 5 Gainj 71 Read, Kenneth E (1954) 'Cultures of the Central Highlands, New Guinea." Southwestern Journal of Anthropology ... Narrative 'Longing' and Bisexuality among the Gebusi of New Guinea." Ethos 4 :25 2 -2 8 1 Knauft, Bruce M (1987) 'Reconsidering Violence in Simple Human Societies: Homicide among the Gebusi of New Guinea." ... clubs, single-outrigger canoes, wooden fishhooks and digging sticks, twine nets for hunting and fishing, and fighting slings Woven crafts included pandanus-leaf sleeping mats and coconut-leaf baskets...
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Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - H,I docx

Encyclopedia of World Cultures Volume 2 - Oceania - H,I docx
... "Mitteilungen Ffiber Ethnographische Ergebnisse der Kaiserin-Augusta-Fluss-Expedition." Zeitschrift fur Ethnologie 46:50 7- 522 BRIGrrTA HAUSER-SCHAUBLIN ... in the latter halfof the century Hawaiians-men and women-made up the bulk ofthe sugar plantation labor force until after 1875 According to 1980 state figures, about 23 percent of Hawaiians today ... the powers of ancestors or supernatural forces such as the sun or moon Healing often focused on symbolically casting off the illness Death and Afterlife Legitimation of the present out of the past...
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