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China's growth,which has been spectacular over the past few years,depends on a stable currency and responsible lending policies.Yet neither has been in evidence in recent months.A common example which is frequently cited is soaring inflation which has approached nearly 30%in major cities and bankers who have lavished funds on fly-by-night ventures and speculative schemes such as real estate projects and stock issues.
Mozart is often quoted as a familiar example of ardent interest and sustained endeavor.Walking,or at the theater,or even while engaged in social amusements,he lived in a self-created atmosphere of music.His head was working all the time."Nobody,"runs his own account,"take as much pains in the study of composition as I.You could not easily name a famous master in music which I have not industriously studied,often going through his words several times."
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Although the central government is flying desperately to keep economic growth below 15%,things are not so easy in China,where to nod politely is one thing,and to follow what you say is quite another.A classic example of this can be provided by the attitude of provincial and municipal officials toward the government's policy.They insist that they have the right to interpret it their own way and that overheating is not a problem.
A good example of this changed attitude can be best provided by the case of a college student who stressed openly that money is not theprime objective of today's students and that they now want to do something that is socially rewarding and helps to develop their capabilities to the full.
As noted,an increase in the consumption of motorcycles requires a facilitating supply of streets,traffic control and parking space.This provides a typical example of the law of balance.An increase in the use of one product must create a requirement for others.
To so phrase the question should not be shocking.As a society,we already accept a variety of reasons as sufficient to justify the destruction of life.Self-defense proves an obvious example.War,and penalties for some crimes are others that we currently accept.