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  2. Government of India - Wikipedia

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    The Government of India (ISO: Bhārat Sarkār) (often abbreviated as GoI), also known as the Central or Union Government or simply the Centre, is the federal governing authority of the Republic of India created by the Constitution of India as the legislative, executive and judicial authority to govern the union of twenty eight states and eight union territories.

  3. Ann Coulter - Wikipedia

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    Ann Hart Coulter [a] (born 1961) is an American conservative media pundit, author, syndicated columnist, and lawyer. She became known as a media pundit in the late 1990s, appearing in print and on cable news as an outspoken critic of the Clinton administration.

  4. Human resource management system - Wikipedia

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    Employee reassign module is a recent additional functionality of HRMS. This module has the functions of transfer, promotion, pay revision, re-designation, deputation, confirmation, pay mode change and letter form. Employee self-service . Employee self-service (ESS) provides employees access to their personal records and details. ESS features ...

  5. Selfie - Wikipedia

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    Etymology "Selfie" is an example of hypocorism – a type of word formation that is popular in Australia where it was in general use before gaining wider acceptance.. The first known use of the word selfie in any paper or electronic medium appeared in an Australian internet forum on 13 September 2002 – Karl Kruszelnicki's 'Dr Karl Self-Serve Science Forum' – in a post by Nathan Hope.

  6. Reddit - Wikipedia

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    Reddit (/ ˈ r ɛ d ɪ t /, stylized as reddit) is an American social news aggregation, web content rating, and discussion website. Registered members submit content to the site such as links, text posts, images, and videos, which are then voted up or down by other members.

  7. Crowdsourcing - Wikipedia

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    This graphic symbolizes the use of ideas from a wide range of individuals, as used in crowdsourcing. Crowdsourcing involves a large group of dispersed participants contributing or producing goods or services —including ideas, voting, micro-tasks, and finances—for payment or as volunteers. Contemporary crowdsourcing often involves digital ...

  8. WeWork - Wikipedia

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    WeWork Inc. (stylized in lowercase) is a provider of coworking spaces, including physical and virtual shared spaces, headquartered in New York City.As of December 31, 2021, the company operated 44.8 million square feet (4,160,000 m 2) of space, including 19.8 million square feet (1,840,000 m 2) in the United States and Canada, in 756 locations in 38 countries, and had 590,000 members, with a ...

  9. Paul M. English - Wikipedia

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    Paul M. English From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Paul M. English (born 1963) is an American tech entrepreneur, computer scientist and philanthropist. He is the founder of Boston Venture Studio, and previously co-founded and served as CTO of Kayak. In November 2012, Kayak was acquired by Priceline for $1.8 billion.