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LiBRI – The Evolution of Na in Bantu Languages

H.M. Batibo and Marie-Françoise Rombi have reflected upon the evolution of Na in Bantu Languages and have brought their research to light in the latest volume of LiBRI journal.
 The link word na in Bantu languages has been identified as one of the forms inherited from the ancestral language, commonly known as Proto-Bantu (Guthrie, 1971; Greenberg,1948; Meeussen, 1969). This form has been reconstructed in Proto-Bantu with the meaning of “and” and “with”.

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Assessment of Recovery Of Damages In The New Romanian Civil Code

Professor Ion Țuțuianu from Vasile Alecsandri University, Bacau Romania reflecting upon important changes in the Romanian Civil Code, in the BRAND. journal.

The subject’s methodology is required additionally on the grounds that, once received the New Civil Code, it obtained another juridical edge, additionally another viewpoint. A typical law creditor who does not get the immediate execution of his commitment is qualified for be made up for the harm created by the non-execution with a measure of cash which is equal to the banquet that the precise, downright, and properly execution of the commitment would have brought the creditor.

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BRAND – A Neuro Solution for Economic Diagnosis and Prediction

The paper introduces an answer for the financial action advancement analytic and expectation by method for an arrangement of pointers. Beginning from the markers set, there is characterized a measure on the examples set, measure speaking to a scalar esteem that describes the action investigated every minute.

An example is characterized by the estimations of the pointers set at a given time. Over the classes set acquired by method for the characterization and acknowledgment procedures is characterized a connection that permits the representation of the advancement from negative development towards positive development.

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BRAND – Using Reporting in the Internal Communication Process of the Company

Internal communication can be viewed either as a subsistent procedure of the association, or as a procedure helping to decode and comprehend them more effectively .

The author, Cornel Marian Iosif states that associations depend on the inside correspondence process, on the grounds that without it, data, thoughts couldn’t be sent, the association’s objectives and qualities couldn’t be assembled, and its hierarchical society would just not exist. The inward correspondence procedure is fixated on sending thoughts, data in the association.

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LiBRI – Fighting Terror: The Use of Apostrophe in The Mémoires of Madame Roland

Constance Cartmill presents in this paper a deep and careful analysis of the great and impressive work of Madame Roland during the reign of terror of the French Revolution. She wrote about her struggle, pain, and early memories while waiting to be murdered. Her memoires are divided into sections and fragments that were saved from anonymity by her friends.

In one part of her text she emphasises the role of she and her husband during the first year of Revolution up to her arrest. There she wrote about the major events of the French Revolution and the personalities of great influence at that time. The other part is oriented towards her childhood and her youth, namely to the way life was like during the old regime, and where it is emphasised the important role of the author in the political context.

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LiBRI – The Dynamism of Free Combinations Concerning a Part of Speech: The Adjective in French

This paper is related to peculiar aspects of French grammar, namely the adjectival behaviour along its evolution from free combinations. The analysis starts from the status of the adjective as modifier of a noun to the one of being a modifier of itself (nominalization), to verbal modifier. The author of this paper, Daniela Bordea, provides linguists and grammarians with a careful study of the values of the adjective, from the so called free combinations to free forms. Also, there is defined and explained the adjectival release process followed by the analysis of the characteristics and values of the adjectival release placed in contrast with those of the adjective in free combination.

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LiBRI – Risk-Assessment for Stylistic Problems in Writing and Translating Technical Texts

Nadia-Nicoleta Morărașu and Luminița Drugă acknowledge not only the importance and utility of technical translation, but also the risks that this transfer of meaning imply if the translation is not accurate. The two authors aim at clearly establishing the hazards implied by an excessive usage of technical jargon, the evaluation of specific risks and the proposal of certain precaution measures.

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LiBRI – The Relationship Between Metacognitive Strategy Use, Good Language Learner, and Iranian Learner’s Willingness to Communicate

The explanation of the relationship between metacognitive strategies, learner characteristics and willingness to communicate is a highly important aspect when speaking about foreign language teaching and learning processes. Considering this, Gholam-Reza Abbasian and Bahareh Hoodin Shad, carried out a study concerning the interaction between these elements and their possible influence in teaching and learning English as a foreign language.

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LiBRI – The Free Choice for Absurd Rebellion in Nineteen Eighty Four

A novel such as “Nineteen Eighty Four” has determined critics to never stop analysing in as many angles as possible this masterpiece, so as to reveal the most profound meanings that George Orwell wanted to transmit at that time. Besides  the first literary layer that may be observed by readers, namely the political one, the two authors of this article, Nabil A. Jalil and Arbaayah Ali Termizi, discover a hidden side of this great novel: the philosophical one. The actions of Winston, the main character, follow a similar path that Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus developed in their philosophical discourse concerning concepts such as freedom of choice and bad faith (Sartre); absurdity and absurd rebellion (Camus).

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BRAND – Freedom Of Expression In The View Of Community Law

Professor Ion Țuțuianu from Vasile Alecsandri University, Faculty of Economic Sciences, writes an intriguing article in BRAND. journal, about the freedom of expression from a legal point of view. Regardless of the fact that freedom of expression is a standout amongst the most debated themes in the most recent couple of years, it’s likewise genuine that a popularity based society can’t be considered without regarding this key right.

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BRAND – Dynamics of the number of participants in the private pension

Tudor Colomeischi and Eugenia Iancu have done a stimulating research on the Dynamics of the number of participants in the second pillar of mandatory private pension of Romania during May 2008 – November 2014.

The demographic issues confronted by the annuity framework in Romania and those identified with deficient assets to pay benefits represented the reasons that there were presented in 2007, private annuities, under another benefits framework based on three columns, state column and two private columns.

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BRAND – Pricing in Multi-Heston Framework

BRAND. journal provides a very interesting article written by Tiberiu Socaciu from Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Faculty of Economics.

This article displays a definitive in determining an estimating system’s multi-Heston. Fundamentally, he utilizes the hypothesis Carr-Bakshi-Madan and a trademark capacity technique. In this first part, he incorporates arrangements of Riccati mathematical statements.

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