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 . . may be tried by any Pakistan Law if committed within the Limits of such Law. But if he may be tried by any Pakistan Law only for such offence, he may be tried in India by any Indian Law. References Category:History of British India Category:History of law in Pakistan Category:Law in Pakistan Category:1883 in case law Category:1883 in the United Kingdom Category:History of the Judicature of the United KingdomThis thesis looks at the process of self-care through self-administration of treatment. It is intended to fill a gap in the knowledge of how self-care can be a part of care-giving. The study consists of three parts; firstly, a review of the literature on self-care and self-administration. This was followed by a survey of the support organisations, health professionals and service users working in the field. This last section also looked at the mental health service users in England. The second part of the study was a qualitative study of self-care, comprising of a case study and interviews with a purposive sample of eight people. Part three, the third and final part of the study, was a design and testing of a prototype of a computer programme that can provide the users of the service with a wealth of information about the self-administration of medication. The findings of the study show that self-care in the self-administration of treatment is based on the interaction between three different factors. These are attitudes to treatment, treatment skills and treatment beliefs. Each of these factors can influence the process of self-administration and all three are associated with the process of self-care.The present invention relates generally to a dynamic random access memory (DRAM), and more particularly to a DRAM cell including a vertical transistor. A DRAM is one of the most commonly used semiconductor memory devices in the electronics industry. A DRAM stores information in arrays of cells, each of which comprises a capacitor for storing charges and an access transistor for accessing the charges stored in the capacitor. Both of the capacitor and the access transistor are fabricated in a semiconductor substrate. In operation, data are stored in the DRAM by supplying potentials to the source and drain of the access transistor to store a charge in the capacitor of a selected memory cell. The charge stored in the capacitor is accessed by sensing whether a voltage has been induced by the stored charge in a bitline. For the operation of the


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