Greetings dear reader and thank you for picking up this very special collection brought to you by Bantaa91 and Amateur Publishing (bantaa91.com). Within these hallowed pages of dust and cobwebs lie a selection of stories presented in a style which you may never have encountered before and never will again... Strap yourself in and prepare for a journey as we come face-to-face with characters from distant lands (both real and imaginary). You may be familiar with some of these denizens from the realms of pop-fiction while others you most certainly are not. Rest assured though, each and every one of them presents a unique perspective on theirs and our own world.
Explores the implications of Meninism and Feminism on modern day society.
This is the story of many years of research on my family line. Using family books, records, and DNA, we travel through 5779 years of Direct Royal Blood Line, on this trip we cross time back words following the American Royal Family Lines Back through time from the farmost point on Earth, as far away as one can get from Yisrael, on a voyage back throughout history, we view the civil war, French War, Revelation, Landing of Mayflower, Casting of Royal Bloodlines from Scotland, Germany, Spain, France, we follow the Royal Bloodlines and Lost Tribes Of Yisrael through Babaylon Captavaty, and Back to the Royal Bloodlines, of King David, and Priestly Line Of Aaron, tracing the Lost Tribes Of Yisrael throughout time from present day back to Yisrael Restoring the Lost Tribes Of Yisrael gathering the Children Of Averham and Their Return To Yisrael. Yawhovah told our Father Averham: "...Your descendants will be as numerous as the grains of dust on the earth. You will expand to the West, and to the East, to the North, and to the South. By you and your descends all the families of the earth will be blessed. Look I am with you. I will guard you wherever you go, and I will bring you back into this land, because I won't leave you until I have done as I have promissed." B'RESHEET 28:14-15
The objective of this study was to examine pharmacy acquisition costs among community pharmacies in Songkhla Province and to compare them with wholesale prices. It was a descriptive study. All community pharmacies in the province were invited to join the study. From those who agreed to be part of the study, drug acquisition costs were collected by copying their receipts of a period of seven months. Also, drug price quotations were retrieved from wholesalers. Studied drugs included all dosage forms. Unit price of those drugs were calculated. Descriptive analyses, including frequency counting, percentage, mean, median, mode, and standard deviation, were conducted. Results showed that only 12 (6.7%) pharmacies were willing to participate in the study. The majority of these pharmacies (83.83%) bought drugs from wholesalers. Acquisition costs obtained in this study were composed of two types, including actual purchasing costs and wholesalers’ offered costs. The calculated median costs were sent to participating pharmacies and they could use them as reference costs when they purchase those drugs. From the comparison of drug acquisition costs and wholesale prices, results showed that nine pharmacies could obtain the majority of drugs at acquisition costs equal to the median prices. Pharmacies at different locations and with different ownerships could still obtain the majority of drugs at the same median prices. On the other hands, older and longer opening-hours pharmacies could purchase at lower median prices for their majority of drugs. Similarly, pharmacies that had lower turn-over rate stocks could obtain the majority of drugs at lower costs. There were six pharmacies that could purchase drugs at lower acquisition costs, even though the obtained amounts were either lower or equal to those of median costs. Results also showed that one wholesaler offered drugs at median price while other four Wholesalers sold drugs at price lower than median prices. When pharmacy acquisition costs were compared to wholesale median prices, results showed that nine pharmacies could obtain drugs at lower than median prices. When drugs with same trade names were compared, three pharmacies could purchase at the price lower than wholesale prices. In conclusions, pharmacy acquisition costs could be obtained and used as reference prices when drugs were purchased. Keyword : Pharmacy Acquisition Costs in Songkhla Province, Dr. Somsak Leelang, ดร.ภก. สมศักดิ์ หลีหลัง
This is a public awareness piece about how the ongoing federally funded child trafficking ring in this country thrives. It is also my personal story about my life and my ongoing fight against the system