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Research has shown that the composition of migrants can directly affect social outcomes of a given population through its effects on average earnings, education, skills, language proficiency, and labor-force participation ( Fillerton and Tossi 2001; Friedberg and Hunt 1995; Read 2004).
Her mother Tossi, who Budd had not seen for two months, arrived from South Africa earlier in the day and watched her daughter become the first British woman to set a world track record since Anne Smith broke the mile record at Chiswick 18 years ago.
Mr Sharley noted the Tawharanui Open Sanctuary Society Inc, known as TOSSI, show-cased the way volunteers, government, and the private sector could pool their diverse talents, energies, and resources to make progress in conservation.
The men's labor force was 69 million in 1990, 76.3 million in 2000, and 80 million in 2005," writes Tossi. There will still be more men in the labor force than women by 2050 (103 million vs.
In general the Peruvian puna is relatively dry (Young et al., 1997), but wetter areas in northern Peru are distinguished by the term "jalca" (Weberbauer, 1945), and in southern Peru as wet Puna (Tossi, 1960; Troll, 1968).