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A Descriptive Essay About
Christmas Day
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A Descriptive Essay About Christmas DayA Descriptive Essay About Christmas Day
A Few Good Men
A Few Good Men is a 1992 American drama film directed by Rob Reiner and starring Tom
Cruise, Jack Nicholson, and Demi Moore. It was adapted for the screen by Aaron Sorkin from his
play of the same name. A courtroom drama, the film revolves around the court martial of two U.S.
Marinescharged with the murder of a fellow Marineand the tribulations of their lawyer as he
prepares a case to defend his clients.
Lieutenant Junior Grade Daniel Danny Kaffee (Tom Cruise) is an inexperienced U.S. Navy
Judge Advocate General s Corps lawyer who leads the defense in the court martial of two U.S.
Marines, Private First Class Louden Downey (James Marshall) and Lance Corporal Harold Dawson
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In the course of the trial, it is established that code reds are standard in Guantanamo Bay as a
means of enforcing discipline and getting sloppy Marines to follow procedure. Kaffee especially
goes after Kendrick, particularly over the fact that he denied Dawson a promotion after the latter
helped out a fellow Marine who was under what could be seen as a code red.
Lieutenant Colonel Markinson has gone absent without leave since the incident, but he resurfaces
in Kaffee s car during the trial, revealing that Jessep never intended to transfer Santiago off the
base as previously claimed but created the transfer orders as part of a cover up long after Santiago
s death. Kaffee is unable to find evidence corroborating these claims and announces his intention to
have Markinson testify. Rather than publicly dishonor himself and the Marine Corps, Markinson
sends a letter to Santiago s parents, blaming his own weakness for the loss of their son, outfits
himself in full Dress Blue A uniform and commits suicide by shooting himself in the mouth with his
service pistol. Without Markinson s crucial testimony, Kaffee believes that the case is lost and
returns home after a drunken stupor, having come to regret that he fought the case instead of
considering the plea bargain.
Galloway, however, convinces Kaffee to take the great risk of calling Colonel Jessep as a
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Clash The Cultures Case Study
Callum Watson, 20 years has achieved this outstanding musical reputation through his work as a
pianist and composer. This has seen him compose music for over five theatrical productions in his
position as Musical Director for Western Edge in Melbourne. Recently, Callum has developed a
reputation for composing concert music. His composition Clash of the Cultures featuring various
ethnic instrumentation from Didgeridoo to Sitar to Bagpipes was very well received. For this
work, Callum was awarded the Margaret Schofield Scholarship for composition. Currently, Callum
is studying a Bachelor of Music degree at Monash University specialising in Composition.
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This award will mean that I can myself up for the future. Foremostly, it would be used to
continue my training so I can achieve mastery of the craft. Ideally, I want to be travelling
nationally and internationally to learn the craft from the best composers in the field. I also want
to use the money to set up a professional website to direct clients and my audience to which
features samples of all my works, media items, bio plus more. This will give me more credibility
and make my business more real to clients. Any remaining funds would be used to create new
works. I believe experience is the best form development. Works as the result of this award
would be very ambitious and professionally staged. Generally I will use the money to top up the
budget of projects I am working on if needed. This allows the works to reach their full potential
and therefore means my folio is stronger in the long
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Persuasive Essay On Losing Weight
According to the Center for Disease Control over 70% of adults over the age of 20 are
overweight, and 38% of the population are classified as obese (cdc.gov). Every day we are sold
by the idea of The magical cure all , some supplement or diet that will somehow fix every issue
for you. The idea that we can literally change nothing about our lives and drop weight is seductive
and tempting, but ultimately it s utterly false. At its most basic level, losing weight is a math issue
and nothing more. There is no magical pill or supplement that will somehow make you burn all
the extra calories you re intaking everyday. So, with that said we are left with one of two options;
diet, or change your lifestyle. Dietingis defined as restricting oneself to small amounts or special
kind of food in order to lose weight. Instantly with that definition you receive such a negative
connotation to the idea of fat loss. The idea that a person has to Restrict themselves is almost
offensive to the average adult, it simply implies that they have this supreme lack of willpower and
have to force themselves into an uncomfortable position. In 2012 twenty billion dollars was spent in
the weight lossindustry, the average American will attempt to lose weight five times before any
meaningful results (The weight loss industry by the numbers). Even when the diet is successful the
average person on a diet will have recovered all their weight lost plus an additional few pounds six
months after (Long term
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The Nature Of Self By Sri Ramana Maharshi
The Nature of Self
Introduction
The life of man today is characterized by millions of activities that almost steal attention of one
self. It is literally impossible for man to quietly life in a serene place that is very quiet and free
from distraction of any manner. If anybody needs such scenery, then such a person has to invest a
lot on it. Technology has invaded almost all the private areas of human beings. Phones are
everywhere and electromagnetic radiations are everywhere. Even the once thought private zones
like bathrooms and toilets are being invaded by water proof podcasts and Iphones. It is because of
these kinds of distractions and the likes that the concept of nature of self becomes of importance.
The nature of self is an ideology, which is embedded on religious believes in Asia. Sri Ramana
Maharshi tried to explain the concept on different facets. The reason behind the multi facet nature
of the concept is because it tries to explain human behavior, which is very dynamic. The quest to
understand humanity propels this concept to a reality and makes it have diverse versions from
different people. Through the lens of subjects and objects in the greater universe, man tries to
explain himself and find peace with the environment. This is irrespective of whether an atheist or
theist. Nature of self not only concentrates on the explanation of the out going nature of the human
begins, but its religious aspect helps mediate on behavior of human beings. According to the
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Mary Shelley s Frankenstein and Ridley Scott s Blade...
Mary Shelley s Frankenstein and Ridley Scott s Blade Runner
Comparison and Contrast
Introduction
Mary Shelley s Frankenstein and Ridley Scott s Blade Runner are two story lines created in a
different era, Frankenstein being an early published novel on the creation of an experimental
monster that longs to have a normal existence whilst Blade Runner is a more modern take to a
future society where there have been genetically engineered robots named replicas that are in
appearance indistinguishable from human beings which choose to escape to the planet earth in
search of extending their life spans.
The comparison of similarities between the two stories begins with the most simple and obvious
being the creation of as referred in the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
To contrast the two stories is relatively simple; the two films share forms of differences in era and a
basic human acceptance. Starting with era, Frankenstein is an early production/novel in which
scientifically a creature is created and serves as a warning how something that could prove well in
future can itself turn drastically wrong. This is also shown in the film Blade Runner providing a
simplicity for humans turns wrong with the creation of the replica robots being used as an ease in
which they get sick of and in turn escape to humanity having only a 4 year life span in which they
try to find a way to extend. This is different to Frankenstein s approach choosing instead to learn of
humanity and tries finding a way to be accepted instead of trying to merge and hide in humanity.
The human acceptance between both films is significantly different but in turn not so much,
Frankenstein for example is unaccepted because of his physical appearance and general attitude to
the human community for their reactions against him, whilst the replicas from the film Blade
Runner are accepted as they look and act alike to human beings which from a regular human their
differences would be hard to distinguish. Frankenstein is unaccepted in human
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Essay On Melinda s Life
In the start of the novel, Melinda s life is completely frozen. She struggles in school, fights with
her parents, and most importantly, doesn t open up to anyone about her feelings. As the novel
extends to the middle point, Melinda slowly begins to thaw. Not only does she start to unfreeze,
she begins to open up to specific and important people in her life. Opening up allows her to feel
true happiness and trust. FInally, as the book starts to make way towards the ending, Melinda is
starting to fully unveil and open up to important people in her life. The author is explaining that if
the characterthaws out instead of holding it all in, the character s life will become much better.
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She struggles in school, fights with her parents, and most importantly, doesn t open up to
anyone about her feelings. The protagonist doesn t know how to express her feelings to others,
so she expresses them differently. I bite my lips... they bleed. (Anderson 5) Also, Melinda
believes expressing feelings makes it worse and that things are better left unsaid. The story
stated, It is easier not to say anything. Shut your trap, button your lip, can it. All that crap on TV
about communication and expressing feelings is a lie. (Anderson 9) I knew you were trouble the
first time I saw you. I ve taught here for twenty four years and I can tell what s going on in a kid s
head just by looking in their eyes... You just earned yourself a demerit.
(Anderson 9) This quote is explaining how in the novel, Melinda continuously ignores authority and
her parents. In conclusion, throughout the start of the novel, Melinda s life is completely frozen.
She struggles in school, fights with her parents, and most importantly, doesn t open up to anyone
about her
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Jeremiah Project Research Paper
Incident: Jeremiah Project This past summer, for the first time ever, I spent a week away from
my parents. I went on a mission trip called the Jeremiah Project. Jeremiah Project or JP is based
on the biblical prophet Jeremiah who was called by God to help people in his town while still a
young teen. His example serves to encourage youth to do good work and help people. Although
inspired by our church youth leaders, I could not help but feel a little afraid to be away from family.
I also did not really know what I was going to be asked to do, how I would get along with the other
older kids, or how I was really going to take care of myself. When I stepped off the bus unto the
gravel road, I knew it was going to be a long week working... Show more content on
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We had a picnic under a nice pavilion our family brought us some food for our picnic. My grand
parents brought My favorite dish Parotta a layered flat bread, and Chicken 65 a spicy chicken. I
said to my grand parents that I felt like I could be in this camp however long god wants me to
and thought about the people who wanted comfort when they are very sick. I really like the way
god gives me and provides for me. The next day we went straight back to work you know when
you are helping someone you are really doing what god wants you to do I really love to put my
mind to things and make a big difference in the world and just building a Fence, sealing a roof,
building a ramp and even building a relationship. I really worked hard because I knew the people
that I was helping will now live without any house problems.
Now looking back I realize that 1 group of people can sit together and change the world I really and
deeply care for people who need help in any way. I started to be a little less self centered and
decided to be a little more caring to others who had less things than I did. My experience at the
camp let me see how some people are living a hard life. I know that school is the only way to learn
to stay out of those sad times. But every time I go to bed It reminds me of the people who needs
someone who is happy with life the way they have
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My Passion Of Soccer
Everyone has that certain thing that makes them who they are. That certain thing for me is
soccer. It s my hobby, my biggest interest, and my passion. Soccer isn t just a sport for me, it s my
life. It has been part of my life for as long as I can remember. I have played the intriguing game of
soccer since I was four years old, and I have loved it ever since.
I am known as a soccer player, which makes sense because it takes up most of my time, and that s
what I m all about. I ve been to Texas, Oklahoma, Iowa, Nebraska, and Missouri for soccer
tournaments or games. Since the leagues in the Kansas City area are much more competitive,
my family and I spend almost every weekend there due to games. I ve spent countless hours at
games and practices, as well as other workouts and fitness events to better myself as an individual
player. I have had to miss other social events with my friends because of my dedication to soccer. I
have even had to miss friday night football games because of prior soccer commitments, and I love
friday night lights. There are mornings after games and tournaments when I wake up sore, with
swollen, black and blue bruises from cleats or from collisions that happened during games, but I
wouldn t give up it up for anything.
Balancing soccer with all other aspects of my life gets a little challenging sometimes. From school
with homework, to all of the extracurricular activities that I am involved in, I rarely ever have a
free night. Between Link Crew,
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Everyday Use Symbolism
A symbol is a person, place, event, or object that suggests more than just its normal meaning. The
symbols in this story, Everyday Use , were pretty clever and told a lot of clues about the story. Also
Little peepholes that would dig into deeper meanings, and hints in the story.
The first symbol, which I thought meant something was towards Maggie and Dee s mom. I was
always better at a man s job. (pg.320). In real life I am a large, big boned woman with rough,
man working hands. (pg. 318). I can kill and clean a hog as mercilessly as a man. (pg. 318) I think
because man was used a lot referring to their Mom, might have meant that she was the man of the
house. Maybe that she was the only parent and that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
I think it might have been a clever way of telling the readers that she did indeed start the fire, which
burned down the house that she didn t like.
What happened to Dee? I wanted to know. She s dead, Wangero said. I couldn t bear it any
longer, being named after the people who oppress me. (pg. 321). I think this might be a clue that
Dee herself is a symbol of change. Knowing that she wanted to change her name and she could
have started the house on fire because she wanted a change, a new house. Another symbol that
she is change might be how Maggie has scars from the fire I think Dee started and will never
change her look, but Dee will always be able to change.
Maggie can t appreciate these quilts! She said She d probably be back ward enough to put them
to everyday use. (pg. 323). This I m assuming is another give away that Dee represents change.
She wouldn t use a quilt for everyday use because she would always want to be changing things,
not using them everyday. Unlike Maggie who will always have those scares and would always use
the quilts.
I m thinking that the author s main use of these symbols probably suggest that she was pushing the
theme of the story. That we, the readers, could possibly understand what the whole purpose of this
story meant. The symbols were clues into deeper understandings of the story and how
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Difference Between Group Work And Group Work
пЃ¶Introduction
In today s modern era of this world work is very important for everyone. No one can survive in this
world without any work. Work is a activity where we can apply our ideas in an particular
situation. We can t define work as a single type or term because work is comes with its number
of parts and types like SOCIAL, PROJECT WORK and much more types. In this paper I am
going to flash a light on Group work and Individual work and which is better from both of them.
1.Group Work
Group work is also known as team work when two or more than two persons are working on a same
project is known as group work. In group work we can share our ideas with our co partners and
give that idea a new shape. Group work is a type of voluntary association that increases the total
output of the activity rather than it is done by individually.
More ideas
In a group every person had its own ideas, prospects and experiences. In a group every person is
belong from an different backgrounds and have a different experiences so that s why every
person have an different ideas on his basis that s why we can get lot ideas in our group work.
Increase Productivity
By making actions and decisions together (regardless of their position). By working in a group
chances of mistake is very less. By spending too much hours with each group member on the
discussion about an work than we get very effective results which increase the productivity of our
work.
Better problem solving
If we are doing
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Protagonist In The Cask Of Amontillado
How far would you go to make your adversary pay for what he or she has done to you? In the novel,
it is already pointing out the disagreement between the two main characters in the first few lines.
The disagreement includes the antagonist (Fortunado) being very physical towards the protagonist
(Amontillado) but when the antagonist ventures into insult, the protagonist becomes imprudent and
jumps right into what type of revenge he will do to make him pay. Is the protagonist within reason
or just plain delirious? Amontillado has a very diverse and complex way of being. He not only
wants to punish his victim, he wants to punish him with impunity, which means to be exempt from
the consequences. Amontillado is inclined toward using Fortunado s
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Recent Activities in the Biotechnology Industry Sector
Review of Recent activities in the Biotechnology Industry Sector : Focusing on Pharmaceuticals
and the Company GlaxoSmithKline Biotechnology can be defined as the industrial application of
living organisms or biological techniques developed through basic research . One type of product
derived from these techniques is pharmaceuticals. Many pharmaceutical companies exist globally
and produce mainly human health related products such as medicines, vaccinations and dental care
products. Due to the nature of the products being produced in the market, the speed at which new
technological breakthroughs affect new products and the high levels of competition within the
market, the biotechnological pharmaceutical sector is an extremely... Show more content on
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It has an estimated seven per cent of the world s pharmaceutical market . Its top product is asthma
medication Advar which largely contributes to the company s ВЈ17billion turnover in
pharmaceuticals alone. Add to this their healthcare turnover of ВЈ3.2Billion and 2004 s annual
turnover sits at ВЈ20.3billion, with the company recording a pre tax profit of ВЈ6.1billion . This
high profit making and turnover has continued into 2005 where shares in the company have rallied
by about 25% . SWOT Analysis GlaxoSmithKline Strengths Weaknesses Operating profits for 2005
have exceeded forecasted results. Many new products in advanced development stages. Poor short
term liquidity Reliance on a few high earning products. OpportunitiesThreats Potential new
technology purchase from Nobex corp. Building of new production facility in Germany Office of
Fair Trading Price regulation. Loss of patents and generic production. Strengths GlaxoSmithKline s
operating profits have greatly succeeded those forecast by the company. Considering during 2004
net profit at the company declined 3.9% from the previous year , the company predicted that this
could again happen in 2005. This has not happened which shows that new strategies introduced by
the management of the company have worked. This upturn in company finances looks set to
continue into the next few years as of February this year over 140 products in the development
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How Rap Has Changed Society Essay
Rap has changed society Rap music has progressed to the point where it has controlled teenagers
culture. Rap has usually been misunderstood to be bad due to the fact that some rap involves bad
language, sexual activity, and use of drugs and alcohol. Artist like Lecrae have tried to have a
rap mindset while keeping it in a positive way. Rap has changed throughout the time causing
most teen to fall in love with the culture. Rappers have created popular name brand shoes for
teens to wear, it has become vital in social awareness, and rap gives hope for youth to become a
rapper. Rappers have created popular shoes for teenagers since the last century. Rappers such as
Run DMC and Kanye West have created the most popular kicks for teens. Some famous rappers
who have their own shoe lines designed each model themselves. Other rappers with their own
sneakers simply lent their names to an existing brand. Some famous rappers even incorporate their
shoes lines into their lyrics. It is no secret that hip hop has immerse marketing power, it s basically
the only genre that can drop a brand and allow it to be... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Through education and understanding, rap music has spurred social awareness in communities
around the country. Rap music has served as a tool to speak out against negative aspects of life
such as violence and guns. Many artists use their talents to promote peace and non violent acts. By
communicating messages about violence and discrimination, and relating to youth people, it
provides an opportunity for them to make positive changes in their own life. Rappers such as the
late Tupac Shakur were often criticized for their lyrics, which painted a bleak picture of urban
America. Issues such as violence, drug addiction and poverty are all common themes in rap music.
When someone listens to the genre, they may be doing so for entertainment, but he won t be able to
avoid hearing about these issues and giving thought to
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The Big Ideas Of Professional Learning Communities By...
In his article, Richard DuFour outlines the big ideas that represent the core principles of
professional learning communities. He explores how the core principles of professional learning
communities guide school efforts to sustain the professional learning community model until it is
embedded in the schoolculture.
He identifies 3 Big Ideas of Professional Learning Communities: (1) Ensuring That Students Learn,
(2) A Culture of Collaboration, and (3) A Focus on Results
Big Idea #1: Ensuring That Students Learn
The professional learning community model flows from the assumption that the core mission of
formal education is not simply to ensure that students are taught but to ensure that they learn. Focus
on Learning
Three crucial questions
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The Beliefs And Beliefs Of Different Religions On Death
Nature of Death
With a beginning of life there is an end, but the nature of death and how it is view can affect how
we live. Death is understood to be that one s biological function cease to function and the body
no longer is capable of anything (Pence, 2011). The nature of death is viewed by each one of us
differently and this paper is going to discuss the values and beliefs of different religions on death.
This paper is going to look at Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, and Shinto religion
discussing what the nature of death virtues and values are. Finally discussing the overall understand
of the nature of death within all these religions.
Hinduism is a religion that follows concepts of the Upanishads, which includes the Brahman,
Atman, Maya, Karma, Samsara, and Moksha. The concepts provide guidance throughout life and
are key to a final death. The Brahman is something one believes in and is experience in the world
that surround him. The Atman is who we are the identity of our soul, an understanding we are not
just a body we are more. The term Brahman refers to the experience of the sacred within nature
and the external universe, while Atman refers to the experience of the sacred within oneself
(Molloy, 2013, p. 83). Along with understanding the spiritual aspect of nature and one s soul is
understanding how this effects every living thing. The Maya which can be referred to as magic or
illusion is an important factor in life and death. Hinduism, form
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The Cia Director Allen Dulled Sanctioned The Mkultra Program
When many Americans think about Germany, they think of the Nazis and the experiments they did
with the Jews. However, what they are unfamiliar with is that the U.S. government did the same
thing. It all started in the 50 s during the Korean War. Concerned about the rumors of Communist
brainwashing of POWs, the CIA director Allen Dulled sanctioned the MKULTRA program in April
1953.Project MKULTRAis one of the most famous activities relating to the CIA s efforts toward
mass mind control. There were many different tests conducted as a part of the project, including
some conducted on volunteers, inmates, and unsuspecting targets. (Wolfe 1)
It later became scandalously known for the many abnormal and sometimes inhumane experiments
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In the second, stage the laboratory testing on voluntary human subjects in various types of
institutions. In the third, phase the function of MKULTRA materials in normal settings. The search
for suitable material was conducted through standing arrangements with specialists in universities,
pharmaceutical houses, hospitals, state and federal institutions, and concealed organizations.
(Stratton 1)
The most notorious MKULTRA experiments were the CIA is pioneering studies of the drug, which
would later nourish the heads of millions: Lysergic Acid Diethylamide, more frequently known as
LSD. The CIA was intrigued by it and harbored hopes that the acid or a similar drug could be
used to clandestinely disorient and maneuver target foreign leaders. The Agency would then
consider several such schemes in its pursuit of the leader of Cuba, Fidel Castro, who they wanted
to send into a drug induced stupor of tirade during a public or live radio speech. The Agency also
views the drug as a way to loosen up tongues in CIA interrogations. (Wolfe 1)
According to Evan Thomas the author of The Very Best Men, he describes Sidney Gottlieb, the
Strangelovian scientist who ran the MKULTRA project. Born with a club foot and a stutter, he
compensated by becoming an expert folk dancer and obtaining a PhD from Caltech. A pleasant
man who lived on a farm with his
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Slack Off Research Paper
I am a slacker. There is no possible way I will deny that. In some ways, slacking off is both a
good thing and a bad thing. I will admit that I love slacking because I don t have to worry about
anything that is so important and that I can only focus on my video games. It s true. Every time
I m at home, I play video games and slack off. Every time I am in school, I slack off and feel like
that I shouldn t do my work at all. That s what most slackers feel like. They feel like they shouldn t
do anything that feels important with the exception of video games.
What is my advice for future students? Do not become a slacker. That s the only advice I can
give. What are the main reasons? First, slacking off is not a good thing depending on how you
look at it. Slacking off can drive you away from your school work and you will definitely not
graduate from high school and you will most likely not get a good job because you didn t go to
college. The second reason is that slacking off will get you nowhere. School is the most
important thing in your life and slacking off will not help that in any way. You need to graduate in
order to have a job and in order to get money so that you can buy what every you want. Finally,
slacking off will not help your family members. Let s say that you have chores to do. You were
asked to wash the dishes, cut the grass, clean your room and many other things. You feel like the
chores are of no importance so you slack off and play video games all the long. If you slack off,
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My message is this: if you care about your life, if you care about your school work, if you care
about anything in your life that isn t about video games, you shouldn t slack off. Think about that
for quite a while and see if slacking off will do anything in your life, even see if slacking off will
improve or decrease your future in any way
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Looking back, I can clearly remember the moment where I...
Looking back, I can clearly remember the moment where I fell in love with murder mysteries. I
can recall sitting on the couch with my dad as a young boy admiring the detectives on CSI as
they tried to solve each case. The thrill of wondering whether or not they would find the true
culprits would entice my young mind. This sense of wonder has stuck with me to this day. The
book The Lovely Bonesby Alice Seboldis a thrilling tale about a young girl getting murdered. The
movie of the same name, directed by Peter Jackson is pretty good too. The book, however; is far
more superior than the movie because of its detail of events, openness of the characters feelings,
and has far more meat to the story.
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Jack tells Len Fenerman about his suspicion, but Len doesn t believe him. Through all of the
drama of Susie s murder her mother begins having an affair with detective Fenerman to find an
escape from the real world. Susie s mom would later move out to California to work for a
winery. Throughout the book Lindsey starts to become suspicious of Mr. Harvey too. She
breaks into his house and rips out a blueprint of an underground fort Mr. Harvey had drawn.
Shortly after the break in Mr. Harvey leaves town and disappears Susie then tells us how all of the
family members grow up and change. Lindsey gets married and has kids. Her mother eventually
came back after finding out that her husband had suffered a heart attack. Jack and Abigail slamons
fall back in love in his hospital room. Susie finally moves up into the wide wide Heaven and we
learn that Mr. Harvey never gets caught by police, but instead ends up getting hit with an icicle
during another attempted attack. After getting hit the the icicle, he falls into a ravine to his death.
The last thing Susie explains to us is how Lindsey and her husband, Samuel, have a baby named
Abigail Suzanne.
The plot of the movie was basically the same as the novel, but they left out a lot of events that
were in the book. In the movie it doesn t do a very good job at truly showing how much the family
is truly affected by the murder of Susie. They don t mention that Abigail has an affair on
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Biology Study Guide
Biology Qs 2 (a) (i) A = HUMAN LIVER (ii) B = HUMAN RED BLOOD CELLS (iii) C =
MOSQUITO INTESTINE (iv) D = MOSQUITO SALIVARY GLAND 2 (b) Adult flatworm
releases egg: INSIDE HUMAN HOST Egg hatches to become miracidium larva: FREE LIVING
IN FRESH WATER Miracidium larva becomes a cercaria larva: INSIDE SNAIL HOST Cercaria
larva develops into an adult flatworm: INSIDE HUMAN HOST 2 (c) The plasmodium parasite
would be most susceptible to human antibodies between the moment of initial infection and the
arrival of the larvae in the liver, as it travels through the bloodstream in the form of sporozytes.
Here the parasite is fully exposed, not ensconced in liver cells or red blood cells as during later
phases of its development. Though the lower numbers of parasites at this stage would trigger less
of an antibody response, this lower plasmodium population would also be more effectively
countered by the human body s natural defenses. 2 (d) i. 1. Multiple or even hermaphroditic
reproductive organs to increase reproductive chances 2. Morphological flattening to ease remaining
on/travelling in a host organism ii. Plasmodium: 1. The ability to seek out the human liver, which
might provide essential fatty acids the plasmodium parasite cannot produce on its own, is one
important adaptation of this organism. 2. The sporozyte phase of the plasmodium life cycle, which
provides a great deal of morphological (i.e. directly physical and not necessarily chemical)
protection for
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The Five Themes Of Geography In Wailuku
My name is Elijah Holdeman I was born in Wailuku, (Maui) Hawaii. Today I would like to visit the
five themes of geography in Wailuku. We will look at the location, the place, the region, the human
/environment interactions, and the movement. LOCATION
Wailuku is located in the North East Part of Maui on the border of the peninsula sticking out to
the ocean. Wailuku in ancient times was home to many ancient hawaiian rulers including
kamehameha (1758 1782). In the 19 hundreds Wailuku became the location of the century
mission stations and the birthplace of the great sugar industries. I believe this area was chosen
because it separates the past two great water supplies. Now it is a beach front and central power
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A lot of roads are different than roads in the main land. Human characteristics includes natives
beating up or harming foreigners (haole). Most humans are Hawaiian or Japanese. The natural
environment is the mountain peak pu u kukui. And the beach all other land is houses and resorts.
The difference between Wailuku and other towns in hawaiiis the reason it was built, the history, the
wars and battles, and the central of government. At this day and age it is a mix of many different
cultures. In the ancient times there was only polynesian culture. At this time it is around half native
hawaiians and half a mixtures of different
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Shrek as an Epic Hero
Shrek as an Epic Hero Although most people find the film Shrek to be just a comical film, it
actually fulfills the requirements needed to prove that Shrek is indeed an epic hero. Shrek is a
2001 computer animated fantasy comedy film based on William Steig s fairytale picture book,
Shrek! He has all the characteristics of an epic hero archetype, regardless of his hideous and vulgar
appearance as an ogre. Shrekis brave, loyal, and lives up to the standards our society expects and
appreciates. Shrek presents himself as evil and mean but on the inside he is actually compassionate
and gentle. Campbell s Monomyth and the process for an epic hero that includes the departure, the
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Fiona requests that Shrek take off his helmet so that they can kiss demonstrating the meeting of
the oracle. Shrek resists the seizing of the sword and will not take off his helmet. They go back
and forth until Shrek resists the journeying to the sword and picks up Fiona and carries her away.
Shrek has a near death experience as he battles Robin Hood and ends up with an arrow in his butt.
The atonement of the father is revealed when Shrek and Fiona fall for each other. The apotheosis of
the monomyth is when Donkey finds Fiona and realizes that she turns into an ogre at night. The
ultimate boon could be one of two things in this tale. At first Shrek planned on the ultimate boon to
be getting Fiona back to Lord Farquaad. However, right when he is about to return her, his
ultimate boon is to get her to love him back. In Campbell s book the ultimate boon is described as,
What the hero seeks through his intercourse with them is therefore not finally themselves, but their
grace. For the most part the initiation is the capturing of the princess and escaping the dragon.
However, the return of the hero mixes in with the initiation due the journey not being complete.
Since there are two climaxes to the movie, the return can either be after the capture of the
princess or after Fiona declares her love for Shrek. The refusal of the return is Shrek not wanting
to bring Fiona to Lord Farquaad due to him falling in love with her. Campbell explains the
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Who Is The Protagonist In The Kite Runner
The Kite Runner nonfictional historical movie that was directed by Marc Forster and was released
on January 11th, 2008. The film takes place during the 1970s in Afghanistan. The main protagonist
of the film, Amir is a Pashtun boy the dominate race in Afghanistan and the deuteragonist, Hassan,
as a Hazara servant the subserviently race in Afghanistan. One day, after overhearing how Amir s
father would prefer Hassan over him, he decides to win his love by winning the annual Kite
Running event. Winning the event, Hassan runs alone to acquire the fallen kite, soon later being
raped by a Pashtun boy named Assef. Amir secretly witnessed the action and was too coward to
help Hassan. At this point of the movie Amir s true personality is shown. As... Show more content
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As a young boy, Amir returned home to overhear his father, Baba, talking to Rahim Khan a close
friend of Baba, also considered an uncle about how coward Amir was (The Kite Runner, Baba) .
As much as Amir loves his father, Baba treats Hassan with more respect and affection. Even
though that Amir is Baba s son, he feels that he does not receive the same or even more amount of
love he deserves. After eavesdropping on their conversation, Amir believes that he must to win the
upcoming annual Kite Runner event with Hassan to redeem his father affection. Furthermore,
using the same evidence, Baba also quotes A boy who won t stand up for himself becomes a man
who can t stand up for anything (The Kite Runner, Baba). When Amir goes back to Kabul after
escaping the Soviet Union invasion to find Hassan s son, he meets an unknown man soon realizing
that this man was Assef. While confronting Assef and demanding that he return Sohrab Hassan s
son he is beaten for cowardly leaving Kabul. And to redeem the words of his father s quote, he
courageously rescues Sohrab. Proving that although he was a coward when young, he manages to
become a courageous man in the
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Essay on Mt302 Unit 1 Assignment
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MT302 Organizational Behavior
Unit One: Case Incident 2
The Global Recession and Workplace Malfeasance
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The Global Recession and Workplace Malfeasance
It could easily be proven with the right set of data presented in the right light that the Global
recession is causing people in the workplace to cause problems at an increased rate, and in a worst
case scenario, go Postal on other employees. This case study does not prove that a recession either
impacts or does not impact misbehavior in the work environment, but it does make a strong point
that due to the volume of reporting available in the media people might think that it does. The ...
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the celebrity tabloid press is that the business press can have a much greater impact on who they are
writing about, and the organizations that are the subject matter will ensure at all costs that it is to
the subject organization s benefit. Again, everything is based on some truth, but the truth to look
for that can be learned is not what is written on the page, but what is left out of the articles.
How do we take on the business press from an OB point of view? Everyone needs to simply put
on your investigator hat, ask questions, analyze the situation, and consider the source! (Robbins
and Judge, 2011). If we lower our guard and believe every scrap of information that floats by us
on the news or in written publications without question, then we might as well just give up and get
a job in the service industry like 80% of the current US population according to Robbins and
Judge; service jobs generally require little or no thought at an individual level aside from
understanding company objectives and following pre lain guidelines for success within the
organization.
Regardless of current business media trend reporting on chaos in the cubicles or fight clubs
breaking out in the factories, sensible businesses leaders must sift through the muck and still make
important decisions regarding their company security and employee safety. Regardless of whether
this case incident proves that recession causes employee unrest, the reality is
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Problem Statement On Maintenance Management
1.0: Introduction
The introduction chapter begins with the background to the research project, this looks at
maintenance and its importance to a manufacturing or production environment. This goes on to
look at the formulation of the problem statement which gives an insight into the impact of
maintenance on the production cycle. The problem discussion is therefore narrowed down where
the problem formulation and research question will be presented. Some shortcomings about the
research project are also stated herein.
1.1: Background and Statement of the Problem
The economic downturn and the dynamic business environment drive companies to seek more
efficient and effective maintenance methods (Van Horenbeek et al., 2010). Thus, the increasing
competition in the market creates a need to search new ways in which companies can differentiate
themselves and gain more profit and better competitiveness. To stay competitive and continue to
produce profitably mining industries are always looking for ways to continuously improve and
optimise their production processes especially when faced with falling or depressed metal prices as
well as stiff global competition. Continuously changing world technologies, global competition,
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2001; Henriques and Sardosky, 1999). For companies to survive in the ever evolving industrial
environment, machine/equipment ought to be ideally maintained in an operating condition and
should perform its intended functions effectively (Ben Daya Duffuaa,
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Colin Powell Analysis
Colin Luther Powell an American statesman and a retired four star general once uttered this quote
Surround yourself with people who take their work seriously, but not themselves, those who work
hard and play hard. It was in 10th grade when I first came across this quote and at that time it
completely changed my life. Throughout the first two years of high school, I was not concerned on
my educationto say the least. I am ashamed to admit this, but I was more focused on fitting in with
a particular group of individuals then go to class and learn. This all changed when I read Colin
Powells wise words; it struck me that the only reason on why I was not taking school seriously
was because of my so called friends. All throughout my scholastic year s teachers have always...
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To my astonishment, my new friends welcomed me with open arms, for the first time in my life
I felt this was the place where I belonged. The group thrived on each other s willingness to
succeed. We competed with each other, motivated each other and helped each other. Fast
forward to graduation I was ranked in the top 15 of the class, graduating with honors, and
looking forward to attending a college that gave me an academic scholarship. As I entered my
first day of classes, my mind was excited to absorb the new information I was about to learn and
be with individuals who wanted to accomplish as much as I did. However, my dreams were
crushed as quickly as they started. In the following months, I began to realize that students were
not focused on taking advantages of these opportunities. I shrugged it off thinking to myself it
was their fault. The feeling of a fish out of the water slowly crept back in; it seemed I was the
only one that didn t find drinking excessively till emergency services stepped in as fun. I tried to
find a group of like minded students, but most did not want to put in the work for a long term
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Salem Witch Hunt Research Paper
The Salem Witch Hunt began on March 1, 1692. Three women were questioned on this day
about if they were witches or not. Hundreds of people in and around Salem, Massachusetts for
the next 15 months, 20 of them were executed. There was an English Christian sect that came to
the U.S. for their religious freedom. They were the Puritans, like most Christian groups, they
believed that an evil force called the devil tries to influence human behaviors. These groups
considered witches to be the devils helpers on Earth. January 1692, 9 year old Betty Parris and her
11 year old cousin, Abigail Williams were beginning to act strangely. Shortly after, other girls
started to act strange as well. One would flap their arms like a bird. One would bark like
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The Importance Of The G. I Bill
When military men go out for deployment, they usually struggle with physical and mental
health problems. They sometimes feel homesick and often, they feel disconnected to civilian
life. The long conflict or war usually requires them to be deployed several time and operate
constantly under threat of attack, these situations could lead to emotional problems to most of
our military men. Their lives while on service were not easy. Those who are weak do not know
how to get back to their normal life. They usually have difficulty in handling these problems.
One soldier named Christopher Steavens, a former Army staff sergeant who was among 819 vets
polled. He served in Iraq in 2003 and in Kuwait 2012 where he was injured in a construction
accident. He said When I raised my right hand and said, I will support and defend the Constitution
of the United States of America, when I gave them everything I could, I expect the same in return,
(Chandrasekaren) . Like many others in the military, they rely on the government assistance when
they get hurt or return home. The G.I Bill answered some of the required assistances for our
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When WW I veterans were discharged from duty; they got a little more than 60 dollars allowance
and a train ticket home. During this period, the nation economy was in great depression. Veterans
found it difficult to make a living. Although, the Congress tried to help by passing the Bonus Act,
this law provided a bonus based on the number of days of service and most veterans can only get it
after 20 years. Consequently, a large group of veterans march to Washington DC to demand full
payment of their bonuses but did not get it. This made veterans situations difficult in assimilating to
civilian life (U.S Department of Veterans
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The Reliability Of Polls
With the 2016 Presidential Election approaching pollsters have been conducting several polls.
The poll industry has recently made two high profile mistakes the 2014 election and a mishap
involving 2016 presidential candidates Clinton and Sanders. Even the most prestigious polling
companies predicted the wrong outcomes. This has led to a nationwide discussion about the
reliability of polls. The reliability of polls has been on a downward spiral for years. Polls have
become far less reliable due to an increase in cellphones, internet based polls, annoying
telemarketers, and the technique of weighting polls. The first mobile telephone call was made in
1973. The phone weighed over a pound and the device was quite expensive. Having a cellphone
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Snapchat Spectacles Essay
Have you ever seen a yellow vending machine with a giant eye giving many people these new
and improved sunglasses? If so you have seen a snap bot. These snap bots are going to be
roaming around in new areas selling these new type of Snapchat glasses called spectacles. If you
think of the name spectacles you would think reading glassesor googles, but these Snapchat
spectacles have a new twist to it. These are fashionable sunglasseswith a wireless video camera
built in. As you are video taping your subject you have a 10 second limit to record then it will
automatically go to the Snapchat app saved in your camera roll. Once you open the app you can
then edit your photos or videos and send them to a friend or post it on your story. Once you buy
these sunglasses they come in a case that can recharge your sunglasses for a week s worth fully
charged. It s a great package deal! The sunglasses do have a price of $130 and come in limited
ares, but these are such fun things to have. You can even customize your spectacles by picking
what color you would prefer whether it is blue, black or coral. Spectacles will be a new trend of
2017 and will make you a more fashionable, fun person. Imagine this, I am at the beach hanging out
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The Snapchat Spectacles are an example of this growth. Before the spectacles the only thing that
was popular was the app Snapchat. Snapchat is an app where you can take pictures of things
around you using filters so the pictures can look more professional, but they disappear quickly.
Snapchat has been around for 6 years and has earned $22.7 billion dollars. They even turned
down a $3 billion dollar offer from Facebook so their company can expand and become more
public. With the new improvements of their company they decided to change their name to
Snap.Inc. They wanted more of a broad name since they will be selling more products instead of
only the app
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Finding Forrester Theme Of Courage
To have courage is to step outside of a comfort zone and overcome even the biggest of fears. In
the movie Finding Forrester, the characters assist each other through their problems while both
gaining courage to achieve the dreams they never could imagine they would be able to
accomplish. This unlikely friendship between a secluded old man and a young boy from the
Bronx faces some complications, but they always get through them together. They impact one
another s lives in multiple ways and use their persuasive personalities to encourage each other to
step outside of their comfort zones. When Forrester passes away, he leaves his juvenile friend,
Jamal, with a gift that no one sees coming. This act of bravery shows that he finds courage within...
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When returning to Forrester s apartment to retrieve his backpack, Jamal apologizes for
breaking in. Though it is morally right for him to do so, it takes courage to come back and
apologize for taking part in such a disrespectful dare. According to Clinton (2001), He hides his
academic abilities from his friends in fear of being rejected as an intellectual snob (p. 5). This
means that when Jamal is with his friends, he hides his true identity because he refuses to be an
outcast. His fear of judgmental assumptions from his friends is overcome when he discloses the
information that he would be attending a higher class school, Mailor. This news shocks them
due to the fact he lives in a run down part of town and is not portrayed to be the type of person to
attend a nice school. It takes courage for Jamal to bring out that side of himself to his peers. He
has enough bravery within him to go against his friends and follow his own path despite the
prejudice rumors about him. Along with Jamal, Forrester has his own terrors. His biggest fear is
to put himself back into the world after being secluded for forty years. Jamal attempts to aid
Forrester in reentering the society that has changed since he began to loathe in his apartment day
after day. After being closed off from society, he is persuaded to go back out into the world.
Eventually, he overcomes his fear and leaves the apartment to speak to Jamal s class in order to
prove
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How Did Anne Hathaway Brought Up
7 Anne Hathaway Was Too Demanding For Knocked Up
Anne Hathaway was initially chosen to play the role of Alison in the film Knocked Up
alongside Seth Rogan but dropped out of the movie because she couldn t agree with the director.
According to writer and director Judd Apatow the actress didn t want to allow us to use real
footage of a woman giving birth to create the illusion that she is giving birth . Hathaway said in a
later interview that she didn t believe that it was necessary to the story. Considering that the movie
is based on pregnancy and childbirth this does seem a little strange but then again it is Hollywood.
Hathaway was replaced with Katherine Heigl who we feel was a much better fit for the film
anyway. Hathaway moved on to her back up project Becoming Jane which didn t fare nearly as
well with audiences as Knocked Up.
6 Charlie Sheen s Bad Behaviour Got Him Booted Off Two and a Half Men
By season 8 of the CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men Charlie Sheen was earning $1.8 million per
episode making him the highest earning TV actor to date. The role earned him three Emmy
nominations, two Golden Globe nominations and an ALMA award for his performance. It was the
very definition of a good job but Charlie threw it all away...
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Peston Burke on Grey s Anatomy. The role won him much praise from the critics and his career
looked set to take off until an unfortunate on set incident sent him in a very different direction.
During the filming of the season three of the show Washington and his co star T.R Knight got into
an argument and Washington insulted him with a homophobic slur. He made things even worse by
denying the incident occurred and then admitting it publicly on The Ellen Show a short time later.
The studio, growing tired of the controversy, informed then informed him that his contract would
not be renewed for the fourth
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Significance Of The Bruce Invasion
The Bruce Invasion, initiated by Robert Bruce, king of Scotland, and enacted on by his brother
Edward Bruce, was a way for Scotland to secure resources and troops from Ireland. At the time,
Ireland was giving resources over to England. Meanwhile, England and Scotland were at war with
one another. Ireland was just a proxy for these two other sides to gain something, whether it be
resources, political ally ship, or troops to fight off the other force s army. The Bruce invasion of
Irelandwas less about the Irish people and more about how The English and Scottish could secure
troops and resources. This invasion was more about how ether side could keep or gain power, but
at the consequence of Ireland and the people living there. There are many reasons as to why the
Bruce Invasion happened. But as for how it happened, wee... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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Now as for why is happened, Bruce took political advantage of what was going on at the time. One
of the events at the time was a consciousness of a Gaelic identity in Scotland, Ireland and Wales
that Bruce was taking advantage of (MacNamee). It was inevitable, too, that the Gaelic revival
gained momentum, the settlers should come over the influence of the culture of Gaelic Ireland
(269 Lydon), not only are those in Ireland aware of this Gaelic identity, Bruce s reasoning for
demanding Irish troops was to unite them all under a united Gaelic identity and fight against
England in order to stop them from acclimating more resources. Resources where a major issue
during the invasion. At the time there was a significantly bad famine that was affecting the
resources, but Ireland still had ti ship what little they had to England anyway. It was not the local
Irish needs, however, that immediately prompted this attempt to increase revenues but rather the
need of Edward II to meet the demands of the renewed war in Scotland (Lydon 276). Here we see
the lack of
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Red Panda Research Paper
RED PANDA Ailurus fulgens
Over View
Known as the Lesser Panda and Fire Fox, the Red Panda was first record in a 13th century Chou
dynasty scroll. It was only introduced to Europe by Thomas Hardwicke in 1821. The Red Panda
is approximately the same size of a racoon, except that it has a reddish brown fur coat. The red
panda weighs 7 to 13 lb, and is 50 to 66 cm long. As well it has a distinctive long bushy striped
tail. In 1994, it was established that the Red Panda population was vulnerable ( 10,000 individuals);
however, between 1996 and 2004 the situation got worse and these animals became endangered.
Thankfully, today population levels increased slightly and Red Pandas are only vulnerable.
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If the trend continues Red Pandas will be extinct by 2050 in China. Since Red Pandas do not live
long, around 10 years, it is hard to establish a definite population. Before the rapid influx of humans
into the Red Pandas natural habitat, these shy and delicate animals had a stable population.
Through human interactions much changed. Habitats started being destroyed and humans started
killing and capturing Red Pandas. Fortunately, organizations started to take notice and the
population of Red Pandas has been stabilized for the moment. National parks were created to stop
the sharp decline. As well, there has been great success at reproduction in
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The Medical Use Of Marijuana
Legislative Policy Brief
Regarding the Medical Use of Cannabis
HB 153: Medical Cannabis
Valerie Moore
The Ohio State University
College of Nursing
N7500
Autumn, 2014
Legislative Policy Brief: Ohio HB 153
General Information
The use of Cannabis (Marijuana) for medical treatment is gaining momentum across the United
States. Currently twenty three states and the District of Columbia have passed bills legalizing
medical marijuana for treatment of cancer, AIDS, PTSD, neuromuscular disease and various other
health issues (Medical Marijuana Pros and Cons, 2014). On May 3, 2013, Representative Robert
Hagan (Democrat Youngstown) introduced HB 153 ( a reintroduction of HB 214 to the 129th Ohio
General Assembly) to the 130th Ohio General Assembly to legalize medical marijuana for patients
and provision for statutory protection regarding medical use of marijuana (Ohio Legislative Service
Commission, 2014).
Bill Number, Titles and Primary Sponsor
HB No. 153 Representatives Robert Hagan (Democrat Youngstown), Mike Foley (Democrat
Cleveland), and Dan Ramos (Democrat Lorain). The short title of this bill is MEDICAL
CANNABIS Regarding the medical use of cannabis . The formal title is as follows: To amend
sections 2925.02, 2925.03, 2925.04, 2925.11, 2925.14, and 3781.32 and to enact sections 2925.43,
2925.44, 2925.45, 2925.46, 3728.01, 3728.02, 3728.03, 3728.04, 3728.05, 3728.06, 3728.08,
3728.09, 3728.10, 3728.11, 3728.12, 3728.13, 3728.14, 3728.15, 3728.16,
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Better Living Conditions In America Essay
Moving into a new culture is always a challenging experience. The experience becomes more
challenging and life altering with the increasing rift between the two cultures. It has long been
noted that people are vastly changes by circumstances around them. Therefore, a person depends
largely on the environment in which they are brought up and the beliefs of the people who have
brought them up. There is a wide gap between the cultural practices of the eastern continents
compared to people in western countries. There is; however, an ever increasing number of
individuals who move into American societies from the east in search of better living conditions.
(D Souza 1) Better living conditions are always presented in two forms. From the presentation...
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Immigration involves small drastic changes in culture. The challenges that occurred are the results
from an attempt to assimilate into the life of the new system. Sometimes language barrier can lead
to a difficulty in assimilating into the new culture. Sometimes, the difficulty arises from the cultural
identities that parents possesses from the previous life and the will to perpetuate this to the young.
In most cases, the young are not even remotely interested in these facets. This results in a deep
conflict within families which are further destroyed when a part of the families move abroad.
Additionally, the real situation is never as presented in deletions. Therefore, immigrants who had
thought they can be anything such as Jing Mei s mother end up disappointed and cynical when
they discover that the same challenges that affect on individual in their original countries are.
However, it is obvious that immigration will not stop anytime soon. Therefore, there is a greater
need to find ways to productively assimilate such individuals into new
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According To Gerry Martin Alert Driving Intercultural Gaffes
Homework Questions 3.2 Analyzing Intercultural Gaffes A.According to Gerry Martin, Alert
Driving s chief executive, it took years to realize that the foreign clients were unsatisfied because
in some cultures, like Japan, criticism is considered disrespectful. Companies typically have a
rigorous due diligence process in place to ensure that products entering the marketplace will meet
quality standards and will in fact provide a return on investment (ROI). Product or program
development typically includes a discovery phase during which the environmental landscape is
examined and a level of empathy for the customer s needs wants and wishes is established. Then
beta testing of a product typically takes place with a small customer base. It is appears that Alert
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In the 1950 s global expansion was probably not something that Kamprad was thinking about
while developing the companies naming conventions. There are numerous stories about
companies developing products with names that translate into humorous or sometimes offensive
words or phrases in other languages. Local shopkeepers for example provided their own
translation for Coca Cola early in the products life that translated into bite the wax tadpole .
While these gaffes are entertaining they can also be quite costly and damaging to a product s
image. The risks are particularly high for IKEA, which does business in more than 40 countries. It
has more than 9,000 Scandinavian terms in its catalog, which is constantly being revised and
updated. IKEA has recognized the business risk involved and has instituted and program that
includes native speakers of a language in a process to review product names and suggest
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Serena Williams Instagram
Instagram
Nike s presence on Instagram deviates from the fragmentation of Facebook through its
construction of visual narratives. However, Nike s success on Instagram, 14 million followers and
average likes ranging from 300k 400k per post, is not solely due to the use of illustrious
photographers and videographers. Although crisp and bold videos and photos command attention,
Nike uses voice overs and captions to evoke intimate responses from viewers. There is a sense of
familiarity between the athletes/actors in the advertisements and the viewers wants for adventure
and success. As you can see in the biographical video of Serena Williams (https:/
/www.instagram.com/p/BHpQVdQDRtO/?taken by=nike), the presentational effectiveness of Nike
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There is strong competition from Adidas, Under Armour, Reebok, and Puma with all companies
vying for market share. There is a high dependence on the footwear part of the business along with
the threat of counterfeit products. There is always the possibility of consumers no longer paying
the high premium prices that Nike charges for their products. Finally there are image issues and
issues concerning the high costs of advertising that need to be resolved.
To this point Nike has been able to resolve these issues and fight off most of the threats it has
encountered. They will be able to do this as long as they maintain their strong management and
leadership team, maintain their strong customer loyalty, maintain their dominant presence on
social media and through e commerce, continue to provide an innovative and a diverse range of
products, and if their brand recognition and image remain high. If they can do all of this or Just
do it! they will continue to be the world s largest suppliers of athletic shoes and apparel and a
major manufacturer of sports
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Health Education in Finland
In Finland, Parliament decides on the legislation on education, funding and education policies. The
Government and the Ministry of Education responsible for educational policy planning and
implementation. Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Culture to determine education policy
guidelines and strategic policies. The Ministry of Education oversees the entire state budget tied to
educational opportunities and training in preparing legislation and government decisions. A key
player in the national education policy implementation and development of education is the
National Board of Education. (Opetushallitus 2013a.) Secondary education and vocational training
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Cultural and ethnic are challenges for the future. For all the people, age or cultural difference
without looking, is guaranteed the opportunity to participate in society and to promote health.
The nurses encounter different cultures of people in their work. This makes it important to
study the multi cultural nursing in health care programs. (Mäntyharju, E. Siili, T. 2010.) Nurse
students participate constructively in the activities and decision making. They work with their
rights and obligations in accordance with the work and in everyday life. They are pursuing
gender equality and non discrimination laws. They act fairly and in accordance with the
requirements of working in different cultural backgrounds of the people at home country and in
international operations. (Opetushallitus 2010.) In 2011, the Finnish nurses was abroad totaled 3
580. In Sweden were 1 345 Finnish nurse, Norway 535, in England 350, in Switzerland 285, in
USA 205 and in Germany 175. It must be remembered that, for example Finnish nurses
qualification can work abroad. (Ailasmaa 2013.) 2 EDUCATION IN ETHIOPIA Ethiopia is one
of the world s poorest countries. To tackle poverty to improve education is of great importance,
and Ethiopia has committed itself to ambitious expansion of education for all. The basic number
of schools has doubled over the past ten years, as well the number of teachers.
(Ulkoasiainministeriö 2010.) Compulsory education of 6 14 years of age who attend
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Keith Albee Theater
Our world is full of mysterious things. There are different places around us filled with
mysterious history. Keith Albee Theater , was the popular theater of Huntington, West Virginia
in 1940s and now as a performing arts center for Marshall University. Though it was popular for
its beauty, it was one of the haunted theater during 1940s (Keith Albee Theater). It is said that
Do not judge book by its cover , Keith Albee Theater was opened on May 8, 1928. Early
audiences came to the theater for both live performances, as well as the movies of the day. (??)In
1937, the Keith Albee stood flooded for weeks, as did most of the city of Huntington. The theatre
was re emerged in 1940s and again brought entertainment to the Tri State area. According to the
article Keith Albee Theater , I found that several people were killed in that theater. It was suspected
that the lady with 1940s style red fancy dress and high heels was responsible for all these activities
(Keith Albee Theater). The basement, the projection room and the lady in red were the three
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First of all, the mysterious death of two electrician in basement while repairing the faulty wiring
(Keith Albee Theater). It was said that two electrician actually worked on faulty wiring but were
dead of electric shock. Similarly, the mysterious thing about the projection was the death of the
maintenance man. It was said that the man died of heart attack. According to this article, the
paranormal activities were noticed in the projection room since renovation began (Keith Albee
Theater). The lady in red was another suspect who was speculated for the death of those people.
But there was no any evidence about it. There were also the rumors about noticing the lady with
red in ladies
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The Problem of Poverty in Famine, Affluence, and Morality...
Peter Singer is often regarded as one of the most productive and influential philosophers of modern
times. He is well known for his discussions of the acute social, economic, and political issues,
including poverty and famines. In his Famine, Affluence, and Morality , Singer (1972) discusses
the problem of povertyand hunger, as well as the way this problem is treated in the developed
world. Singer believes that charity is inseparable from morality, and no distinction can be drawn
between charity and duty. The philosopher offers possible objections to his proposition and relevant
arguments to justify his viewpoint. The modern world does not support Singer s view, treating
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Singer (1972) is convinced that affluent societies should give away within the limits that do not
slow down their economic and social growth. Here, the concept of marginal utility comes into
play. According to Singer (1972), marginal utility is the level, at which, by giving more, I would
cause as much suffering to myself or my dependents as I would relieve by my gift (p. 241). In
other words, it is a fragile boundary between being a moral person and a person, who makes his
dependents suffer for the sake of saving some distant communities from poverty. Marginal utility is
a measure of balance, which implies that bad things are prevented without causing other bad things
to happen. Singer (1972) does not say that affluent societies should limit themselves to marginal
utility, but they should avoid causing something significantly bad to their families. Certainly, the
world presented by Singer (1972) differs considerably from the real order of things. In the real
world, charity is not considered as a moral duty. Rather, it is a voluntary act of generosity, which is
subject to public approval and praise. This position favors many society members, who can use
charity as an instrument of manipulation to achieve their own purposes. Meanwhile, a consensus is
emerging that charity is a negative phenomenon, which does not allow changing the situation from
within. According to BBC (n.d.), charity deals with the symptoms, rather than causes, of poverty
and famines. It
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Tropical Caribbe Climate Of The Caribbean Essay
Tropical The Caribbean
CLIMATE:
The climate of the Caribbean is tropical but rainfall varies with elevation, size and water currents.
Warm trade winds blow consistently from the east creating semi desert places on mountainous
islands. Occasional north westerlies affect the northern islands in the winter. The area has year
round sunshine, divided into dry and wet seasons, with the first half of the year being drier than the
second half.
The average temperature is 23 degrees Celsius.
SOIL:
There are three main soil types in the Caribbean
Cristal Soil This soil is usually in coves or on slopes and has layers that stack deep and prevent
proper drainage. It is full of clay and mud, with several layers of different types of clay which range
in colour from grey to brown to tan. It is not very fertile soil.
Zarzal Soil Zarzal soil is ideal for gardening and landscaping because it drains well and is very
fertile. It is commonly on mountainsides and it layers deeply. The soil is dark red and is made of a
lot of clay but it drains well.
Humatas Soil This soil is found on ridges and hillsides, it has a silty texture and dark chocolate
brown colour for around 10 centimetres. The net subsoil is about 30 centimetres thick with chunks
of clay and is a yellow colour. The layers are mostly silty and have lots of clay.
AnimalsDescription
Turtles Turtles are reptiles that have shells to protect them. They come onto land to lay their eggs.
Tapir A tapir is a large herbivorous
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The Business Objectives that Are Used in HP and Cancer...
The business objectives that are used in HP and Cancer Research. The business objectives that
are used in HP are growth objectives one of the vital objective is Profit; when I went opened the
HP archive pdf file I found this objective. To achieve sufficient profit to finance our company
growth and to provide the resources we need to achieve our other corporate objectives . From this
objective HP most vial objective is profit as The MarketingTechniques used in HP are Growth
strategies. Growth strategies are Strategy aimed at winning larger market share, even at the
expense of short term earnings. The Four broad growth strategies are diversification, product
development, market penetration, and market development. Hewlett Packard use s
diversification by introducing new products and services to new customers, HP introduced a
new product into an area where it is familiar to the people you live there. Diversification is the
act of introducing variety especially in investments or in the variety of goods and services is
offered. HP also uses Product development to develop a new product to sell to existing customers,
so if the customer buys a computer, HP might sell them an expansion pack that offers Anti Virus
up two years and then the customer has to pay for the software when the two years is up. Product
development is improving an existing product or developing new kinds of products. Additionally
HP also uses Market penetration as one of the Marketing techniques for growth
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Banning Prayer In Schools
If you were to sit in the bleachers of a football game today, would God be mentioned? More and
more schools across the nation are banning prayer that is recited over the loudspeakers. The
controversy has arose over the past 20 years. How would you feel if a Friday night tradition of
praying was taken away from your night? Would you feel as if you were missing something? The
assistant coach for Bremerton High School, Joe Kennedy, prayed at the 50 yard line before and
after every game with his team would join him unforced. It was a Friday night tradition for the
coach. He was asked to stop by the Bremerton High School District because it would be violating
federal law. Kennedy prayed anyway like he had done the past seven years after the team s
homecoming loss. He walked onto the field to pray alone, except when he opened his eyes, he
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The suspension didn t stop him from being a coach.
In 1995, a case originated out of Galveston County, Texas where two families, one catholic and the
other mormon, sued the Santa Fe School District. The families did not agree with the school s
policy to elect a chaplain to lead prayers at graduation and home football games over their PA
system.
After a five year court battle, the courts ruled that the public school districts cannot let students lead
crowds in prayer before football games. The reasoning was because the prayer is happening on
government land at school sponsored events, that they are pushing the constitutional requirement
that separates church from state.
Players will still be allowed to pray on their own before, during, or after games as long as the prayer
is done by themselves. Some teams have said that their football players can still pray before games
as long as they are the ones initiating it, and the coaches are not allowed to
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The Balanced Scorecard Essays
Introduction
The balanced scorecard is a strategic planning and management system that was developed by
Dr. Robert S. Kaplan and Dr. David P. Norton in the early 1990 s. Their goal was to provide
organizations with a clear understanding of what to measure in order to improve performance and
results (Balanced Scorecard Institute 2014). The balanced scorecard is a framework that allows an
organization to measure performance and compare it to the organization s strategic objectives and
goals (Kinney and Raiborn 2013, 10).
Purpose of the Balanced Scorecard
The balanced scorecard uses short and long term, internal and external, and financial and
nonfinancial measures to evaluate performance. Management can analyze these measures and
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The internal perspective focuses on employees and their contentment with the organization, the
quality of products and services, and cost management (Kinney and Raiborn 2013, 11).
Learning and Growth Perspective The learning and growth perspective uses the organization s
resources to adapt to the changing wants and needs of customers. The organizations must ask itself
whether it can continue to improve and create value for its customers (Kinney and Raiborn 2013,
11). An organization s ability to innovate and improve their products or services directly affects its
value. An organization can create economic growth by developing new products and services,
improving existing products and services, and developing more efficient operations (Kaplan and
Norton January/February 1992, 75).
Financial Performance Perspective The financial perspective uses financial performance measures
to determine whether the organization s strategy and actions are profitable. An organization s
financial goals may be as simple as: to survive, to succeed, and to prosper. Survival can be
measured by cash flow, success can be measured by growth in sales and income, and prosperity can
be measured by increased market share and return on equity. Managers are encouraged to use
financial measures like these to demonstrate their financial position to shareholders. (Kaplan and
Norton
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Comparing Love In The Canterbury Tales
Love in The Knight s Tale, Wife of Bath s Tale, and Franklin s Tale
The Canterbury Tales, written by Geoffrey Chaucer around 1386, is a
collection of tales told by pilgrims on a religious pilgrimage. Three of these
tales; The Knight s Tale , The Wife of Bath s Tale , and The Franklin s Tale ,
involve different kinds of love and different love relationships. Some of the
loves are based on nobility, some are forced and some are based on mutual
respect for each partner. My idea of love is one that combines aspects from each
of the tales told in The Canterbury Tales.
In The Knights Tale , the love between the two knights and Emily is
intensely powerful. The love that Palomon and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
When Palomon and Arcite are in jail
Palomon says, The Beauty of the lady whom I see wandering yonder in the garden
is the cause of all my cries and woes. This is not something That I would want
to base my ideal love on. These two knights are willing to risk their lives for
the love of this woman, whom they have never even met. For all they know she
could be the most annoying person on earth. In that case they would be risking
their lives, only to spend the rest of it with a beautiful and extremely
annoying woman.
In The Wife of Bath s Tale A knightis forced to marry a wretched old
woman to avoid death. The knight and the old woman do not get along well, and
when the old woman suggests that she can make things better, the knight responds
saying, Corrected? . . . It will never be corrected! You are so loathsome and
old. A love relationship such as this could never last because their is no
attraction, physical or mental. A major factor in love is physical attraction
between the two partners, here their is no attraction. Two people cannot love
each other if they can t stand to be around each other. The knight can hardly bare
to look at his wife, let alone sleep with her.
Despite the fact that the knight despises her, the old woman persists on
getting the knight to love her, which
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Analysis Of The Gold Cadillac
The Gold Cadillac by Mildred D. Taylor is about a family that lives in Toledo, Ohio during the
1950 s. The father, Wilbert, comes home with a Gold Cadillac. He states that he sold their old
car, a Mercury, to buy this fancy car. The children, Wilma and Lois, are ecstatic. They love the
new fancy car, and are excited to go for a ride in it. The mother, Dee, is not happy about the
purchase her husband made. She says that he should ve saved the money to buy a new house, and
that the familydidn t need a new car. Dee refuses to get into the car. Soon, Wilbert decides to
drive the Cadillac to Mississippi to visit his parents. Along the way, the family sees many forms of
racial discrimination. Lois is very confused by the signs in the south. She doesn t understand why
blacks and whites are separated. While driving, the family is stopped by a policeman. He insists that
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Wilbert wanted to show off his new car to everybody. After Dee finally agrees to get into the car,
WIlbert and his family drive to Mississippi to visit family. Along the way, Lois notices signs that
said whites only. Her father had a few reasons for why the signs were there. One of his reasons
was that white people had different rules than African Americans. Also, he says that it has to do
with the fact that blacks used to be slaves. Additionally, another reason he has for the signs is
that Jim Crow Laws stopped blacks and whites from having equal rights. Lois and Wilma learn
more about their ethnic background on this trip, and they learn a valuable life lesson. After
Wilbert sold the car, Lois and Wilma immediately think they are poor. Wilbert responds by saying
that they didn t need the Cadillac to be rich. They were rich because they had each other. Having
the Gold Cadillac for that short period of time taught the family a lesson, and was very beneficial. It
united the family, and created an unforgettable
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The Human Genome
The human genome is a vast sequence of nucleic acids consisting of adenine, thymine, guanine,
and cytosine which are connected into a long polymer by a sugar phosphate backbone. The
entirety of the genome is approximately 3 billion base pairs which encodes for all functional
proteins and RNA molecules needed for life. Remarkably, only a small fraction of the genome
actually constitute genes; about 15% of the genome are genes or gene related sequences, while
85% of the genome is noncoding (Krawczak and Schmidtke, 1994). Of the noncoding region there
are specific regions that vary highly between individual people. These regions are polymorphic, or
in other words have many different forms. Some loci vary so much that it is rare to find... Show
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The amount each sequence is repeated varies between individuals and the specific nucleotide
pattern can differ as well (Krawczak and Schmidtke, 1994). However, high quantities of DNA were
needed to acquire accurate results when comparing VNTR regions. Therefore short tandem
repeats (STRs), or microsatellites, proved to be better suited for use in forensic analysis. STRs
are similar to VNTRs in that they are portions of the noncoding DNA that contain various
amounts of repeated units. But in regards to VNTRs, STRs have a much shorter repetitive
sequence, usually between 2 to 6 nucleotides, but sometimes can be up to 10 base pairs (Figure
1). The small size of STRs in comparison to VNTRs allows for more efficient amplification of
the DNA via PCR and enables scientists to use DNA that has been more significantly degraded.
Forensic analysts compare 13 different STR locations plus one that determines gender of the
obtained sample (Roewer, 2013). STRs vary highly between individuals; for example, one person
could have an STR at a specific locus encoding the following: CGCGCGCGCGCG, whereas
another person could have CGCG at the same locus.
In these tandemly repeated units, there is a higher extent for variation between these sequences
than found in gene sequences due to the organism being more tolerant to aberrations in these
portions of the genome. Therefore these areas will have many different forms, sometimes as many
as 2000. Thus if several
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Central Characters In The Love In John Williams, By John...
1.)The 2 of the central characters in the novel are Ted and Miranda. They have been married for 3
years and relationship began when they met at a party. She introduced herself to him and they got
married a year later. Ted has realized his wife is cheating on him with their building contractor. She
is using him for his wealth. Before their marriagewas going great but now Ted is having an affair
with a girl named Lily he met at an airport, who is also a major character of the novelas she is going
to help Ted murderhis wife.
2.)One healthy aspect of Miranda and Ted s relationship is that they tend to get along quite well
and never argued. Ted mentions this when is talking to Lily about his relationship with Miranda
before he caught her cheating and he says, Our relationship was perfect, we never argued
(Swanson 18). The second health aspect in their relationship was that they trusted each other at
one point. Ted says, Her answer was such a shock... when she lied about being with Brad
(Swanson 46). He trusted her and she lied straight to his face. The third healthy aspect is that Ted
loved Miranda for her and her beauty didn t matter. Her beauty didn t mean a thing. Yea, she was
pretty but I liked her for her. says Brad when he is thinking of when he first met Miranda (Swanson
89).
3.)One unhealthy aspect of their relationship is that Miranda is cheating on Ted with a man named
Brad Dugget. Ted knows this because while he was outside, [he] saw her kiss him through
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Crown Cork Seal Five Forces Analysis Essay
Five forces Analysis of Crown Cork Seal in 1989 Part1. Competition analysis of metal container
industry Bargaining power of suppliers 1. There are only three major aluminum suppliers, Alcan
Aluminum, Alcoa, Reynolds Metal. They have obtained strong power by dominating and
controlling the primary aluminum and aluminum production market. They are more concentrated
than metal container industry. 2. These aluminum producers control huge aluminum resource so
that the can manufacturer cannot put threat of backward integration. In contract, the aluminum
producers are able to put threats of forward integration, just as Reynolds Metal integrated into
aluminum cans. Conclusion: aluminum producers can exert a good deal of... Show more content on
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Plastics are light and convenient handling, achieving widespread customer acceptance. In general,
plastic packing growths fast and posts significant threats of substitution to cans 2. Glass is
competing steadily with cans in beer market. Conclusion: the metal cans face significant threats
from substitutes. The intensity of competitive rivalry: 1. Products are not much differentiated, so
there is intensive price competition. 2. The low entry barrier and the threats of substitutes put a cap
on prices 3. The great deal of bargaining power of supplier and customers cut down the margin of
metal can manufactures. 4. The capacity is excess, the demand for cans is below the potential
supplies. 5. The rising material and labor costs further shrink the profit margin 6. The metal
container industry approach maturity, indicating the growth is slowing. Conclusion: the
competition in metal container industry is very intense. Part2: Competitive advantages of Crown
Cork Seal The competitive advantages of Crown Cork Seal come from customer orientation strategy
and international expansion strategy. First of all, Crown is customer oriented in almost all aspects
of business. For example, Crown s technology strategy focuses on enhancing the equipment and
product line specifically to meet customer s need, rather than on basic research. Their
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Essay On Competitive Strategy
COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
If a value creating strategy is implemented by an Organization and it is not being implemented at
the same time by another organization, one can say the organization has a competitive advantage
over its competitors. It is imperative for a firm to choose the height of competitive advantage it
wants to attain in the industry. An organization must aim to initiate a profitable and sustainable
spot against your competitors in the same industry. WHAT IS COMPETITIVE STRATEGY?
Competitive strategies are long term plans/steps by which an organization achieves a competitive
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If a firm possesses high skilled Human Resource that can successfully implement this strategy, it
will reduce price sensitivity and improve brand loyalty from consumers.
For example, iPhone is so different that even a 5 year old can differentiate it from other phones; its
uniqueness is second to none, which makes it hard for their competitors to overrun them in the
market. This strategy focuses on creating uniqueness such that a firm s product and services are
clearly differentiated from its rivals. Innovation and creativity is the primary focus of this strategy
and this has long been identified as the necessary ingredients to obtaining a competitive advantage.
FOCUS STRATEGY
Focus strategy is a competitive strategy that selects a segment or group of segments in an industry
and focuses its strategy to serving them only. Focus strategy recognizes that selling to a
homogenous customer group may not be very effective for the product and services of the firm.
Instead they focus its marketing efforts on a selected market segments. They identify the needs,
wants and interests of the particular market segments and customize marketing techniques to reflect
those needs, wants and interests.
The above competitive strategies (Cost Leadership strategy, Differentiation strategy and Focus
strategy) can only take place in
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Human Overpopulation Essay
Human overpopulation occurs when the ecological footprint of a human population in a specific
location exceeds the carrying capacity of the place occupied by that group. Overpopulation can
further be viewed, in a long term perspective, as existing when a population cannot be maintained
given the rapid depletion of nonrenewable resources or given the degradation of the of the
environment to give support to the population. Overpopulationis a problem that needs to be solved.
Concern about overpopulation has existed for hundreds of years.Tertullian was a resident of the
city of Carthage in the second century CE, when the population of the world was about 190
million. He said: What most frequently meets our view (and occasions complaint) is our teeming
population. Our numbers are burdensome to the world, which can hardly support us.... In very
deed, pestilence, and famine, and wars, and earthquakes have to be regarded as a remedy for
nations, as the means of pruning the luxuriance of the human race. Before that, Plato, Aristotle and
others had concern for the topic as well. Laws existing to prevent the rapid growth of the
population have been around for hundreds of years. However in the modern world, China is one of
the countries with laws regulating birth rates. They have two child per household limit to combat
the rapid growth of the dense population. India has one of the densest populations in the world and
in order to combat the growing number of people, the government
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Bo Jackson Biography Essay
Bo Jackson, the greatest athlete of all time, Major League Baseball and National Football
League player. With his rough start in life Bo Jackson knew modesty like no other, but also
knew that to gain what he wanted, even though he did not have to he would have to work for it.
Even though he was a tremendous athlete, who had so many skills to fill what he called
hobbies. Outside of baseball season Bo never ceased to amaze people. Bo, one of ten kids grew
up in a three bedroom house, with just his mother. He was picked on as a kid, and he fought
these kids just to take out anger. The kids would throw crabbe apples at each other and when the
other kids went on inside and hid because they were tired or down right terrified. Bo just kept
throwing, landing crabbe apples in houses through windows and screen doors. As a teen Bo was
doing backflips in thigh high water and landing them perfectly. Bo Jacksonwas no ordinary kid; He
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He is known for what seem like legends to us who did not see it, but truly may have happened.
According to one of his coaches he jumped a Volkswagen, and dunked a stick for the sake of
dunking a stick. In being an athlete Bo Jackson did not play around when it came to his training,
which for him was little to none, as Bo thought practice was a waste. In high school Bo, placed
three state records in the high jump, triple jump, and pole vault. When offered a $1.4 million
dollars to play football, he turned the money down, and continued to do so even as offers continued
to rise. Bo shows the strength and courage of an epic hero in our current history, without all the
gross
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Una s Search for Religion in Naslund s Novel, Ahab s Wife...
Una s Search for Religion in Naslund s Novel, Ahab s Wife
Herman Melville s Moby Dick is a novel filled with references to the Bible and God. In writing
Ahab s Wife, Sena Naslund could not ignore Melville s biblical allusions. Naslund s novel is a
reaction to Moby Dick, and therefore Una does not accept Melville s omnipresent religion. She
cannot bring herself to belief in the basic tenants of Christianity, and is constantly searching for a
new community, or philosophy that will embrace her ideals. Una is on a journey and her quest is
to find a religion that suits her life and her experiences.
Brought up in Kentucky by a fanatical father who is determined to force her to believe in his
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And here was a road that went off at right angles, that could bend and double back, that was open to
whatever sheep might wander into it (338). She appreciates the unconventional because she is not a
typical person, or leading a normal life. Margaret Fuller later introduces Una to Transcendentalism,
which is more like a philosophy than a religion, but that Una finds even better than Unitarianism.
As the novel continues, and Una endures more tragedy and experiences more, her search changes.
At first she views the lighthouse as God in the microcosm of her island. She and Frannie idolize
the lighthouse and worship it, I allowed Frannie to kiss the lichen crusted stone with her lips, as
though he were an holy icon, the mighty thighbone of God, and I stood beside her and sang a
hymn, such as they sang in my father s church, God of Wisdom, God of Power, changing the
words to suit me: Sign of Safety, Sign of Silence, Sing we to Thy Speaking of the Light, and
thanked him many times for his palpable being (44). Here Una can relate the lighthouse to God
because it is tangible, and earthly. She does not have to picture some abstract being, or create
dogmas to accompany it, the lighthouse is merely a great object that represents a higher power.
Una then begins to see God elsewhere. When she goes to Boston with her family, she sees
religious icons in a shop, I imaged and prayed to them
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  • 4. Persuasive Essay On Losing Weight According to the Center for Disease Control over 70% of adults over the age of 20 are overweight, and 38% of the population are classified as obese (cdc.gov). Every day we are sold by the idea of The magical cure all , some supplement or diet that will somehow fix every issue for you. The idea that we can literally change nothing about our lives and drop weight is seductive and tempting, but ultimately it s utterly false. At its most basic level, losing weight is a math issue and nothing more. There is no magical pill or supplement that will somehow make you burn all the extra calories you re intaking everyday. So, with that said we are left with one of two options; diet, or change your lifestyle. Dietingis defined as restricting oneself to small amounts or special kind of food in order to lose weight. Instantly with that definition you receive such a negative connotation to the idea of fat loss. The idea that a person has to Restrict themselves is almost offensive to the average adult, it simply implies that they have this supreme lack of willpower and have to force themselves into an uncomfortable position. In 2012 twenty billion dollars was spent in the weight lossindustry, the average American will attempt to lose weight five times before any meaningful results (The weight loss industry by the numbers). Even when the diet is successful the average person on a diet will have recovered all their weight lost plus an additional few pounds six months after (Long term ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 6. Mary Shelley s Frankenstein and Ridley Scott s Blade... Mary Shelley s Frankenstein and Ridley Scott s Blade Runner Comparison and Contrast Introduction Mary Shelley s Frankenstein and Ridley Scott s Blade Runner are two story lines created in a different era, Frankenstein being an early published novel on the creation of an experimental monster that longs to have a normal existence whilst Blade Runner is a more modern take to a future society where there have been genetically engineered robots named replicas that are in appearance indistinguishable from human beings which choose to escape to the planet earth in search of extending their life spans. The comparison of similarities between the two stories begins with the most simple and obvious being the creation of as referred in the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... To contrast the two stories is relatively simple; the two films share forms of differences in era and a basic human acceptance. Starting with era, Frankenstein is an early production/novel in which scientifically a creature is created and serves as a warning how something that could prove well in future can itself turn drastically wrong. This is also shown in the film Blade Runner providing a simplicity for humans turns wrong with the creation of the replica robots being used as an ease in which they get sick of and in turn escape to humanity having only a 4 year life span in which they try to find a way to extend. This is different to Frankenstein s approach choosing instead to learn of humanity and tries finding a way to be accepted instead of trying to merge and hide in humanity. The human acceptance between both films is significantly different but in turn not so much, Frankenstein for example is unaccepted because of his physical appearance and general attitude to the human community for their reactions against him, whilst the replicas from the film Blade Runner are accepted as they look and act alike to human beings which from a regular human their differences would be hard to distinguish. Frankenstein is unaccepted in human ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Essay On Melinda s Life In the start of the novel, Melinda s life is completely frozen. She struggles in school, fights with her parents, and most importantly, doesn t open up to anyone about her feelings. As the novel extends to the middle point, Melinda slowly begins to thaw. Not only does she start to unfreeze, she begins to open up to specific and important people in her life. Opening up allows her to feel true happiness and trust. FInally, as the book starts to make way towards the ending, Melinda is starting to fully unveil and open up to important people in her life. The author is explaining that if the characterthaws out instead of holding it all in, the character s life will become much better. Melinda will have people by her side for the next tough situation that heads her way.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She struggles in school, fights with her parents, and most importantly, doesn t open up to anyone about her feelings. The protagonist doesn t know how to express her feelings to others, so she expresses them differently. I bite my lips... they bleed. (Anderson 5) Also, Melinda believes expressing feelings makes it worse and that things are better left unsaid. The story stated, It is easier not to say anything. Shut your trap, button your lip, can it. All that crap on TV about communication and expressing feelings is a lie. (Anderson 9) I knew you were trouble the first time I saw you. I ve taught here for twenty four years and I can tell what s going on in a kid s head just by looking in their eyes... You just earned yourself a demerit. (Anderson 9) This quote is explaining how in the novel, Melinda continuously ignores authority and her parents. In conclusion, throughout the start of the novel, Melinda s life is completely frozen. She struggles in school, fights with her parents, and most importantly, doesn t open up to anyone about her ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Jeremiah Project Research Paper Incident: Jeremiah Project This past summer, for the first time ever, I spent a week away from my parents. I went on a mission trip called the Jeremiah Project. Jeremiah Project or JP is based on the biblical prophet Jeremiah who was called by God to help people in his town while still a young teen. His example serves to encourage youth to do good work and help people. Although inspired by our church youth leaders, I could not help but feel a little afraid to be away from family. I also did not really know what I was going to be asked to do, how I would get along with the other older kids, or how I was really going to take care of myself. When I stepped off the bus unto the gravel road, I knew it was going to be a long week working... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We had a picnic under a nice pavilion our family brought us some food for our picnic. My grand parents brought My favorite dish Parotta a layered flat bread, and Chicken 65 a spicy chicken. I said to my grand parents that I felt like I could be in this camp however long god wants me to and thought about the people who wanted comfort when they are very sick. I really like the way god gives me and provides for me. The next day we went straight back to work you know when you are helping someone you are really doing what god wants you to do I really love to put my mind to things and make a big difference in the world and just building a Fence, sealing a roof, building a ramp and even building a relationship. I really worked hard because I knew the people that I was helping will now live without any house problems. Now looking back I realize that 1 group of people can sit together and change the world I really and deeply care for people who need help in any way. I started to be a little less self centered and decided to be a little more caring to others who had less things than I did. My experience at the camp let me see how some people are living a hard life. I know that school is the only way to learn to stay out of those sad times. But every time I go to bed It reminds me of the people who needs someone who is happy with life the way they have ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. My Passion Of Soccer Everyone has that certain thing that makes them who they are. That certain thing for me is soccer. It s my hobby, my biggest interest, and my passion. Soccer isn t just a sport for me, it s my life. It has been part of my life for as long as I can remember. I have played the intriguing game of soccer since I was four years old, and I have loved it ever since. I am known as a soccer player, which makes sense because it takes up most of my time, and that s what I m all about. I ve been to Texas, Oklahoma, Iowa, Nebraska, and Missouri for soccer tournaments or games. Since the leagues in the Kansas City area are much more competitive, my family and I spend almost every weekend there due to games. I ve spent countless hours at games and practices, as well as other workouts and fitness events to better myself as an individual player. I have had to miss other social events with my friends because of my dedication to soccer. I have even had to miss friday night football games because of prior soccer commitments, and I love friday night lights. There are mornings after games and tournaments when I wake up sore, with swollen, black and blue bruises from cleats or from collisions that happened during games, but I wouldn t give up it up for anything. Balancing soccer with all other aspects of my life gets a little challenging sometimes. From school with homework, to all of the extracurricular activities that I am involved in, I rarely ever have a free night. Between Link Crew, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Everyday Use Symbolism A symbol is a person, place, event, or object that suggests more than just its normal meaning. The symbols in this story, Everyday Use , were pretty clever and told a lot of clues about the story. Also Little peepholes that would dig into deeper meanings, and hints in the story. The first symbol, which I thought meant something was towards Maggie and Dee s mom. I was always better at a man s job. (pg.320). In real life I am a large, big boned woman with rough, man working hands. (pg. 318). I can kill and clean a hog as mercilessly as a man. (pg. 318) I think because man was used a lot referring to their Mom, might have meant that she was the man of the house. Maybe that she was the only parent and that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I think it might have been a clever way of telling the readers that she did indeed start the fire, which burned down the house that she didn t like. What happened to Dee? I wanted to know. She s dead, Wangero said. I couldn t bear it any longer, being named after the people who oppress me. (pg. 321). I think this might be a clue that Dee herself is a symbol of change. Knowing that she wanted to change her name and she could have started the house on fire because she wanted a change, a new house. Another symbol that she is change might be how Maggie has scars from the fire I think Dee started and will never change her look, but Dee will always be able to change. Maggie can t appreciate these quilts! She said She d probably be back ward enough to put them to everyday use. (pg. 323). This I m assuming is another give away that Dee represents change. She wouldn t use a quilt for everyday use because she would always want to be changing things, not using them everyday. Unlike Maggie who will always have those scares and would always use the quilts. I m thinking that the author s main use of these symbols probably suggest that she was pushing the theme of the story. That we, the readers, could possibly understand what the whole purpose of this story meant. The symbols were clues into deeper understandings of the story and how ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Difference Between Group Work And Group Work пЃ¶Introduction In today s modern era of this world work is very important for everyone. No one can survive in this world without any work. Work is a activity where we can apply our ideas in an particular situation. We can t define work as a single type or term because work is comes with its number of parts and types like SOCIAL, PROJECT WORK and much more types. In this paper I am going to flash a light on Group work and Individual work and which is better from both of them. 1.Group Work Group work is also known as team work when two or more than two persons are working on a same project is known as group work. In group work we can share our ideas with our co partners and give that idea a new shape. Group work is a type of voluntary association that increases the total output of the activity rather than it is done by individually. More ideas In a group every person had its own ideas, prospects and experiences. In a group every person is belong from an different backgrounds and have a different experiences so that s why every person have an different ideas on his basis that s why we can get lot ideas in our group work. Increase Productivity By making actions and decisions together (regardless of their position). By working in a group chances of mistake is very less. By spending too much hours with each group member on the discussion about an work than we get very effective results which increase the productivity of our work. Better problem solving If we are doing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Protagonist In The Cask Of Amontillado How far would you go to make your adversary pay for what he or she has done to you? In the novel, it is already pointing out the disagreement between the two main characters in the first few lines. The disagreement includes the antagonist (Fortunado) being very physical towards the protagonist (Amontillado) but when the antagonist ventures into insult, the protagonist becomes imprudent and jumps right into what type of revenge he will do to make him pay. Is the protagonist within reason or just plain delirious? Amontillado has a very diverse and complex way of being. He not only wants to punish his victim, he wants to punish him with impunity, which means to be exempt from the consequences. Amontillado is inclined toward using Fortunado s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Recent Activities in the Biotechnology Industry Sector Review of Recent activities in the Biotechnology Industry Sector : Focusing on Pharmaceuticals and the Company GlaxoSmithKline Biotechnology can be defined as the industrial application of living organisms or biological techniques developed through basic research . One type of product derived from these techniques is pharmaceuticals. Many pharmaceutical companies exist globally and produce mainly human health related products such as medicines, vaccinations and dental care products. Due to the nature of the products being produced in the market, the speed at which new technological breakthroughs affect new products and the high levels of competition within the market, the biotechnological pharmaceutical sector is an extremely... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It has an estimated seven per cent of the world s pharmaceutical market . Its top product is asthma medication Advar which largely contributes to the company s ВЈ17billion turnover in pharmaceuticals alone. Add to this their healthcare turnover of ВЈ3.2Billion and 2004 s annual turnover sits at ВЈ20.3billion, with the company recording a pre tax profit of ВЈ6.1billion . This high profit making and turnover has continued into 2005 where shares in the company have rallied by about 25% . SWOT Analysis GlaxoSmithKline Strengths Weaknesses Operating profits for 2005 have exceeded forecasted results. Many new products in advanced development stages. Poor short term liquidity Reliance on a few high earning products. OpportunitiesThreats Potential new technology purchase from Nobex corp. Building of new production facility in Germany Office of Fair Trading Price regulation. Loss of patents and generic production. Strengths GlaxoSmithKline s operating profits have greatly succeeded those forecast by the company. Considering during 2004 net profit at the company declined 3.9% from the previous year , the company predicted that this could again happen in 2005. This has not happened which shows that new strategies introduced by the management of the company have worked. This upturn in company finances looks set to continue into the next few years as of February this year over 140 products in the development ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. How Rap Has Changed Society Essay Rap has changed society Rap music has progressed to the point where it has controlled teenagers culture. Rap has usually been misunderstood to be bad due to the fact that some rap involves bad language, sexual activity, and use of drugs and alcohol. Artist like Lecrae have tried to have a rap mindset while keeping it in a positive way. Rap has changed throughout the time causing most teen to fall in love with the culture. Rappers have created popular name brand shoes for teens to wear, it has become vital in social awareness, and rap gives hope for youth to become a rapper. Rappers have created popular shoes for teenagers since the last century. Rappers such as Run DMC and Kanye West have created the most popular kicks for teens. Some famous rappers who have their own shoe lines designed each model themselves. Other rappers with their own sneakers simply lent their names to an existing brand. Some famous rappers even incorporate their shoes lines into their lyrics. It is no secret that hip hop has immerse marketing power, it s basically the only genre that can drop a brand and allow it to be... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Through education and understanding, rap music has spurred social awareness in communities around the country. Rap music has served as a tool to speak out against negative aspects of life such as violence and guns. Many artists use their talents to promote peace and non violent acts. By communicating messages about violence and discrimination, and relating to youth people, it provides an opportunity for them to make positive changes in their own life. Rappers such as the late Tupac Shakur were often criticized for their lyrics, which painted a bleak picture of urban America. Issues such as violence, drug addiction and poverty are all common themes in rap music. When someone listens to the genre, they may be doing so for entertainment, but he won t be able to avoid hearing about these issues and giving thought to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. The Big Ideas Of Professional Learning Communities By... In his article, Richard DuFour outlines the big ideas that represent the core principles of professional learning communities. He explores how the core principles of professional learning communities guide school efforts to sustain the professional learning community model until it is embedded in the schoolculture. He identifies 3 Big Ideas of Professional Learning Communities: (1) Ensuring That Students Learn, (2) A Culture of Collaboration, and (3) A Focus on Results Big Idea #1: Ensuring That Students Learn The professional learning community model flows from the assumption that the core mission of formal education is not simply to ensure that students are taught but to ensure that they learn. Focus on Learning Three crucial questions ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. The Beliefs And Beliefs Of Different Religions On Death Nature of Death With a beginning of life there is an end, but the nature of death and how it is view can affect how we live. Death is understood to be that one s biological function cease to function and the body no longer is capable of anything (Pence, 2011). The nature of death is viewed by each one of us differently and this paper is going to discuss the values and beliefs of different religions on death. This paper is going to look at Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, and Shinto religion discussing what the nature of death virtues and values are. Finally discussing the overall understand of the nature of death within all these religions. Hinduism is a religion that follows concepts of the Upanishads, which includes the Brahman, Atman, Maya, Karma, Samsara, and Moksha. The concepts provide guidance throughout life and are key to a final death. The Brahman is something one believes in and is experience in the world that surround him. The Atman is who we are the identity of our soul, an understanding we are not just a body we are more. The term Brahman refers to the experience of the sacred within nature and the external universe, while Atman refers to the experience of the sacred within oneself (Molloy, 2013, p. 83). Along with understanding the spiritual aspect of nature and one s soul is understanding how this effects every living thing. The Maya which can be referred to as magic or illusion is an important factor in life and death. Hinduism, form ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. The Cia Director Allen Dulled Sanctioned The Mkultra Program When many Americans think about Germany, they think of the Nazis and the experiments they did with the Jews. However, what they are unfamiliar with is that the U.S. government did the same thing. It all started in the 50 s during the Korean War. Concerned about the rumors of Communist brainwashing of POWs, the CIA director Allen Dulled sanctioned the MKULTRA program in April 1953.Project MKULTRAis one of the most famous activities relating to the CIA s efforts toward mass mind control. There were many different tests conducted as a part of the project, including some conducted on volunteers, inmates, and unsuspecting targets. (Wolfe 1) It later became scandalously known for the many abnormal and sometimes inhumane experiments that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the second, stage the laboratory testing on voluntary human subjects in various types of institutions. In the third, phase the function of MKULTRA materials in normal settings. The search for suitable material was conducted through standing arrangements with specialists in universities, pharmaceutical houses, hospitals, state and federal institutions, and concealed organizations. (Stratton 1) The most notorious MKULTRA experiments were the CIA is pioneering studies of the drug, which would later nourish the heads of millions: Lysergic Acid Diethylamide, more frequently known as LSD. The CIA was intrigued by it and harbored hopes that the acid or a similar drug could be used to clandestinely disorient and maneuver target foreign leaders. The Agency would then consider several such schemes in its pursuit of the leader of Cuba, Fidel Castro, who they wanted to send into a drug induced stupor of tirade during a public or live radio speech. The Agency also views the drug as a way to loosen up tongues in CIA interrogations. (Wolfe 1) According to Evan Thomas the author of The Very Best Men, he describes Sidney Gottlieb, the Strangelovian scientist who ran the MKULTRA project. Born with a club foot and a stutter, he compensated by becoming an expert folk dancer and obtaining a PhD from Caltech. A pleasant man who lived on a farm with his ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Slack Off Research Paper I am a slacker. There is no possible way I will deny that. In some ways, slacking off is both a good thing and a bad thing. I will admit that I love slacking because I don t have to worry about anything that is so important and that I can only focus on my video games. It s true. Every time I m at home, I play video games and slack off. Every time I am in school, I slack off and feel like that I shouldn t do my work at all. That s what most slackers feel like. They feel like they shouldn t do anything that feels important with the exception of video games. What is my advice for future students? Do not become a slacker. That s the only advice I can give. What are the main reasons? First, slacking off is not a good thing depending on how you look at it. Slacking off can drive you away from your school work and you will definitely not graduate from high school and you will most likely not get a good job because you didn t go to college. The second reason is that slacking off will get you nowhere. School is the most important thing in your life and slacking off will not help that in any way. You need to graduate in order to have a job and in order to get money so that you can buy what every you want. Finally, slacking off will not help your family members. Let s say that you have chores to do. You were asked to wash the dishes, cut the grass, clean your room and many other things. You feel like the chores are of no importance so you slack off and play video games all the long. If you slack off, you can t help your parents around the house or do ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... My message is this: if you care about your life, if you care about your school work, if you care about anything in your life that isn t about video games, you shouldn t slack off. Think about that for quite a while and see if slacking off will do anything in your life, even see if slacking off will improve or decrease your future in any way ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Looking back, I can clearly remember the moment where I... Looking back, I can clearly remember the moment where I fell in love with murder mysteries. I can recall sitting on the couch with my dad as a young boy admiring the detectives on CSI as they tried to solve each case. The thrill of wondering whether or not they would find the true culprits would entice my young mind. This sense of wonder has stuck with me to this day. The book The Lovely Bonesby Alice Seboldis a thrilling tale about a young girl getting murdered. The movie of the same name, directed by Peter Jackson is pretty good too. The book, however; is far more superior than the movie because of its detail of events, openness of the characters feelings, and has far more meat to the story. The story begins with the main character ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Jack tells Len Fenerman about his suspicion, but Len doesn t believe him. Through all of the drama of Susie s murder her mother begins having an affair with detective Fenerman to find an escape from the real world. Susie s mom would later move out to California to work for a winery. Throughout the book Lindsey starts to become suspicious of Mr. Harvey too. She breaks into his house and rips out a blueprint of an underground fort Mr. Harvey had drawn. Shortly after the break in Mr. Harvey leaves town and disappears Susie then tells us how all of the family members grow up and change. Lindsey gets married and has kids. Her mother eventually came back after finding out that her husband had suffered a heart attack. Jack and Abigail slamons fall back in love in his hospital room. Susie finally moves up into the wide wide Heaven and we learn that Mr. Harvey never gets caught by police, but instead ends up getting hit with an icicle during another attempted attack. After getting hit the the icicle, he falls into a ravine to his death. The last thing Susie explains to us is how Lindsey and her husband, Samuel, have a baby named Abigail Suzanne. The plot of the movie was basically the same as the novel, but they left out a lot of events that were in the book. In the movie it doesn t do a very good job at truly showing how much the family is truly affected by the murder of Susie. They don t mention that Abigail has an affair on ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Biology Study Guide Biology Qs 2 (a) (i) A = HUMAN LIVER (ii) B = HUMAN RED BLOOD CELLS (iii) C = MOSQUITO INTESTINE (iv) D = MOSQUITO SALIVARY GLAND 2 (b) Adult flatworm releases egg: INSIDE HUMAN HOST Egg hatches to become miracidium larva: FREE LIVING IN FRESH WATER Miracidium larva becomes a cercaria larva: INSIDE SNAIL HOST Cercaria larva develops into an adult flatworm: INSIDE HUMAN HOST 2 (c) The plasmodium parasite would be most susceptible to human antibodies between the moment of initial infection and the arrival of the larvae in the liver, as it travels through the bloodstream in the form of sporozytes. Here the parasite is fully exposed, not ensconced in liver cells or red blood cells as during later phases of its development. Though the lower numbers of parasites at this stage would trigger less of an antibody response, this lower plasmodium population would also be more effectively countered by the human body s natural defenses. 2 (d) i. 1. Multiple or even hermaphroditic reproductive organs to increase reproductive chances 2. Morphological flattening to ease remaining on/travelling in a host organism ii. Plasmodium: 1. The ability to seek out the human liver, which might provide essential fatty acids the plasmodium parasite cannot produce on its own, is one important adaptation of this organism. 2. The sporozyte phase of the plasmodium life cycle, which provides a great deal of morphological (i.e. directly physical and not necessarily chemical) protection for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. The Five Themes Of Geography In Wailuku My name is Elijah Holdeman I was born in Wailuku, (Maui) Hawaii. Today I would like to visit the five themes of geography in Wailuku. We will look at the location, the place, the region, the human /environment interactions, and the movement. LOCATION Wailuku is located in the North East Part of Maui on the border of the peninsula sticking out to the ocean. Wailuku in ancient times was home to many ancient hawaiian rulers including kamehameha (1758 1782). In the 19 hundreds Wailuku became the location of the century mission stations and the birthplace of the great sugar industries. I believe this area was chosen because it separates the past two great water supplies. Now it is a beach front and central power area. (20*53 31* N 156*30,8* W) East of The mainland U.S.. PLACE ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A lot of roads are different than roads in the main land. Human characteristics includes natives beating up or harming foreigners (haole). Most humans are Hawaiian or Japanese. The natural environment is the mountain peak pu u kukui. And the beach all other land is houses and resorts. The difference between Wailuku and other towns in hawaiiis the reason it was built, the history, the wars and battles, and the central of government. At this day and age it is a mix of many different cultures. In the ancient times there was only polynesian culture. At this time it is around half native hawaiians and half a mixtures of different ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Shrek as an Epic Hero Shrek as an Epic Hero Although most people find the film Shrek to be just a comical film, it actually fulfills the requirements needed to prove that Shrek is indeed an epic hero. Shrek is a 2001 computer animated fantasy comedy film based on William Steig s fairytale picture book, Shrek! He has all the characteristics of an epic hero archetype, regardless of his hideous and vulgar appearance as an ogre. Shrekis brave, loyal, and lives up to the standards our society expects and appreciates. Shrek presents himself as evil and mean but on the inside he is actually compassionate and gentle. Campbell s Monomyth and the process for an epic hero that includes the departure, the initiation, and the return are all present in Shrek s... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Fiona requests that Shrek take off his helmet so that they can kiss demonstrating the meeting of the oracle. Shrek resists the seizing of the sword and will not take off his helmet. They go back and forth until Shrek resists the journeying to the sword and picks up Fiona and carries her away. Shrek has a near death experience as he battles Robin Hood and ends up with an arrow in his butt. The atonement of the father is revealed when Shrek and Fiona fall for each other. The apotheosis of the monomyth is when Donkey finds Fiona and realizes that she turns into an ogre at night. The ultimate boon could be one of two things in this tale. At first Shrek planned on the ultimate boon to be getting Fiona back to Lord Farquaad. However, right when he is about to return her, his ultimate boon is to get her to love him back. In Campbell s book the ultimate boon is described as, What the hero seeks through his intercourse with them is therefore not finally themselves, but their grace. For the most part the initiation is the capturing of the princess and escaping the dragon. However, the return of the hero mixes in with the initiation due the journey not being complete. Since there are two climaxes to the movie, the return can either be after the capture of the princess or after Fiona declares her love for Shrek. The refusal of the return is Shrek not wanting to bring Fiona to Lord Farquaad due to him falling in love with her. Campbell explains the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Who Is The Protagonist In The Kite Runner The Kite Runner nonfictional historical movie that was directed by Marc Forster and was released on January 11th, 2008. The film takes place during the 1970s in Afghanistan. The main protagonist of the film, Amir is a Pashtun boy the dominate race in Afghanistan and the deuteragonist, Hassan, as a Hazara servant the subserviently race in Afghanistan. One day, after overhearing how Amir s father would prefer Hassan over him, he decides to win his love by winning the annual Kite Running event. Winning the event, Hassan runs alone to acquire the fallen kite, soon later being raped by a Pashtun boy named Assef. Amir secretly witnessed the action and was too coward to help Hassan. At this point of the movie Amir s true personality is shown. As... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As a young boy, Amir returned home to overhear his father, Baba, talking to Rahim Khan a close friend of Baba, also considered an uncle about how coward Amir was (The Kite Runner, Baba) . As much as Amir loves his father, Baba treats Hassan with more respect and affection. Even though that Amir is Baba s son, he feels that he does not receive the same or even more amount of love he deserves. After eavesdropping on their conversation, Amir believes that he must to win the upcoming annual Kite Runner event with Hassan to redeem his father affection. Furthermore, using the same evidence, Baba also quotes A boy who won t stand up for himself becomes a man who can t stand up for anything (The Kite Runner, Baba). When Amir goes back to Kabul after escaping the Soviet Union invasion to find Hassan s son, he meets an unknown man soon realizing that this man was Assef. While confronting Assef and demanding that he return Sohrab Hassan s son he is beaten for cowardly leaving Kabul. And to redeem the words of his father s quote, he courageously rescues Sohrab. Proving that although he was a coward when young, he manages to become a courageous man in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Essay on Mt302 Unit 1 Assignment **************** MT302 Organizational Behavior Unit One: Case Incident 2 The Global Recession and Workplace Malfeasance **/**/**** The Global Recession and Workplace Malfeasance It could easily be proven with the right set of data presented in the right light that the Global recession is causing people in the workplace to cause problems at an increased rate, and in a worst case scenario, go Postal on other employees. This case study does not prove that a recession either impacts or does not impact misbehavior in the work environment, but it does make a strong point that due to the volume of reporting available in the media people might think that it does. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... the celebrity tabloid press is that the business press can have a much greater impact on who they are writing about, and the organizations that are the subject matter will ensure at all costs that it is to the subject organization s benefit. Again, everything is based on some truth, but the truth to look for that can be learned is not what is written on the page, but what is left out of the articles. How do we take on the business press from an OB point of view? Everyone needs to simply put on your investigator hat, ask questions, analyze the situation, and consider the source! (Robbins and Judge, 2011). If we lower our guard and believe every scrap of information that floats by us on the news or in written publications without question, then we might as well just give up and get a job in the service industry like 80% of the current US population according to Robbins and Judge; service jobs generally require little or no thought at an individual level aside from understanding company objectives and following pre lain guidelines for success within the organization. Regardless of current business media trend reporting on chaos in the cubicles or fight clubs breaking out in the factories, sensible businesses leaders must sift through the muck and still make important decisions regarding their company security and employee safety. Regardless of whether this case incident proves that recession causes employee unrest, the reality is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Problem Statement On Maintenance Management 1.0: Introduction The introduction chapter begins with the background to the research project, this looks at maintenance and its importance to a manufacturing or production environment. This goes on to look at the formulation of the problem statement which gives an insight into the impact of maintenance on the production cycle. The problem discussion is therefore narrowed down where the problem formulation and research question will be presented. Some shortcomings about the research project are also stated herein. 1.1: Background and Statement of the Problem The economic downturn and the dynamic business environment drive companies to seek more efficient and effective maintenance methods (Van Horenbeek et al., 2010). Thus, the increasing competition in the market creates a need to search new ways in which companies can differentiate themselves and gain more profit and better competitiveness. To stay competitive and continue to produce profitably mining industries are always looking for ways to continuously improve and optimise their production processes especially when faced with falling or depressed metal prices as well as stiff global competition. Continuously changing world technologies, global competition, environmental and safety requirements as well as investing in total quality ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 2001; Henriques and Sardosky, 1999). For companies to survive in the ever evolving industrial environment, machine/equipment ought to be ideally maintained in an operating condition and should perform its intended functions effectively (Ben Daya Duffuaa, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Colin Powell Analysis Colin Luther Powell an American statesman and a retired four star general once uttered this quote Surround yourself with people who take their work seriously, but not themselves, those who work hard and play hard. It was in 10th grade when I first came across this quote and at that time it completely changed my life. Throughout the first two years of high school, I was not concerned on my educationto say the least. I am ashamed to admit this, but I was more focused on fitting in with a particular group of individuals then go to class and learn. This all changed when I read Colin Powells wise words; it struck me that the only reason on why I was not taking school seriously was because of my so called friends. All throughout my scholastic year s teachers have always... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... To my astonishment, my new friends welcomed me with open arms, for the first time in my life I felt this was the place where I belonged. The group thrived on each other s willingness to succeed. We competed with each other, motivated each other and helped each other. Fast forward to graduation I was ranked in the top 15 of the class, graduating with honors, and looking forward to attending a college that gave me an academic scholarship. As I entered my first day of classes, my mind was excited to absorb the new information I was about to learn and be with individuals who wanted to accomplish as much as I did. However, my dreams were crushed as quickly as they started. In the following months, I began to realize that students were not focused on taking advantages of these opportunities. I shrugged it off thinking to myself it was their fault. The feeling of a fish out of the water slowly crept back in; it seemed I was the only one that didn t find drinking excessively till emergency services stepped in as fun. I tried to find a group of like minded students, but most did not want to put in the work for a long term ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Salem Witch Hunt Research Paper The Salem Witch Hunt began on March 1, 1692. Three women were questioned on this day about if they were witches or not. Hundreds of people in and around Salem, Massachusetts for the next 15 months, 20 of them were executed. There was an English Christian sect that came to the U.S. for their religious freedom. They were the Puritans, like most Christian groups, they believed that an evil force called the devil tries to influence human behaviors. These groups considered witches to be the devils helpers on Earth. January 1692, 9 year old Betty Parris and her 11 year old cousin, Abigail Williams were beginning to act strangely. Shortly after, other girls started to act strange as well. One would flap their arms like a bird. One would bark like ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. The Importance Of The G. I Bill When military men go out for deployment, they usually struggle with physical and mental health problems. They sometimes feel homesick and often, they feel disconnected to civilian life. The long conflict or war usually requires them to be deployed several time and operate constantly under threat of attack, these situations could lead to emotional problems to most of our military men. Their lives while on service were not easy. Those who are weak do not know how to get back to their normal life. They usually have difficulty in handling these problems. One soldier named Christopher Steavens, a former Army staff sergeant who was among 819 vets polled. He served in Iraq in 2003 and in Kuwait 2012 where he was injured in a construction accident. He said When I raised my right hand and said, I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America, when I gave them everything I could, I expect the same in return, (Chandrasekaren) . Like many others in the military, they rely on the government assistance when they get hurt or return home. The G.I Bill answered some of the required assistances for our military men. The G. I. Bill is one of the most significant pieces... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... When WW I veterans were discharged from duty; they got a little more than 60 dollars allowance and a train ticket home. During this period, the nation economy was in great depression. Veterans found it difficult to make a living. Although, the Congress tried to help by passing the Bonus Act, this law provided a bonus based on the number of days of service and most veterans can only get it after 20 years. Consequently, a large group of veterans march to Washington DC to demand full payment of their bonuses but did not get it. This made veterans situations difficult in assimilating to civilian life (U.S Department of Veterans ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. The Reliability Of Polls With the 2016 Presidential Election approaching pollsters have been conducting several polls. The poll industry has recently made two high profile mistakes the 2014 election and a mishap involving 2016 presidential candidates Clinton and Sanders. Even the most prestigious polling companies predicted the wrong outcomes. This has led to a nationwide discussion about the reliability of polls. The reliability of polls has been on a downward spiral for years. Polls have become far less reliable due to an increase in cellphones, internet based polls, annoying telemarketers, and the technique of weighting polls. The first mobile telephone call was made in 1973. The phone weighed over a pound and the device was quite expensive. Having a cellphone ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Snapchat Spectacles Essay Have you ever seen a yellow vending machine with a giant eye giving many people these new and improved sunglasses? If so you have seen a snap bot. These snap bots are going to be roaming around in new areas selling these new type of Snapchat glasses called spectacles. If you think of the name spectacles you would think reading glassesor googles, but these Snapchat spectacles have a new twist to it. These are fashionable sunglasseswith a wireless video camera built in. As you are video taping your subject you have a 10 second limit to record then it will automatically go to the Snapchat app saved in your camera roll. Once you open the app you can then edit your photos or videos and send them to a friend or post it on your story. Once you buy these sunglasses they come in a case that can recharge your sunglasses for a week s worth fully charged. It s a great package deal! The sunglasses do have a price of $130 and come in limited ares, but these are such fun things to have. You can even customize your spectacles by picking what color you would prefer whether it is blue, black or coral. Spectacles will be a new trend of 2017 and will make you a more fashionable, fun person. Imagine this, I am at the beach hanging out ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Snapchat Spectacles are an example of this growth. Before the spectacles the only thing that was popular was the app Snapchat. Snapchat is an app where you can take pictures of things around you using filters so the pictures can look more professional, but they disappear quickly. Snapchat has been around for 6 years and has earned $22.7 billion dollars. They even turned down a $3 billion dollar offer from Facebook so their company can expand and become more public. With the new improvements of their company they decided to change their name to Snap.Inc. They wanted more of a broad name since they will be selling more products instead of only the app ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Finding Forrester Theme Of Courage To have courage is to step outside of a comfort zone and overcome even the biggest of fears. In the movie Finding Forrester, the characters assist each other through their problems while both gaining courage to achieve the dreams they never could imagine they would be able to accomplish. This unlikely friendship between a secluded old man and a young boy from the Bronx faces some complications, but they always get through them together. They impact one another s lives in multiple ways and use their persuasive personalities to encourage each other to step outside of their comfort zones. When Forrester passes away, he leaves his juvenile friend, Jamal, with a gift that no one sees coming. This act of bravery shows that he finds courage within... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... When returning to Forrester s apartment to retrieve his backpack, Jamal apologizes for breaking in. Though it is morally right for him to do so, it takes courage to come back and apologize for taking part in such a disrespectful dare. According to Clinton (2001), He hides his academic abilities from his friends in fear of being rejected as an intellectual snob (p. 5). This means that when Jamal is with his friends, he hides his true identity because he refuses to be an outcast. His fear of judgmental assumptions from his friends is overcome when he discloses the information that he would be attending a higher class school, Mailor. This news shocks them due to the fact he lives in a run down part of town and is not portrayed to be the type of person to attend a nice school. It takes courage for Jamal to bring out that side of himself to his peers. He has enough bravery within him to go against his friends and follow his own path despite the prejudice rumors about him. Along with Jamal, Forrester has his own terrors. His biggest fear is to put himself back into the world after being secluded for forty years. Jamal attempts to aid Forrester in reentering the society that has changed since he began to loathe in his apartment day after day. After being closed off from society, he is persuaded to go back out into the world. Eventually, he overcomes his fear and leaves the apartment to speak to Jamal s class in order to prove ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. How Did Anne Hathaway Brought Up 7 Anne Hathaway Was Too Demanding For Knocked Up Anne Hathaway was initially chosen to play the role of Alison in the film Knocked Up alongside Seth Rogan but dropped out of the movie because she couldn t agree with the director. According to writer and director Judd Apatow the actress didn t want to allow us to use real footage of a woman giving birth to create the illusion that she is giving birth . Hathaway said in a later interview that she didn t believe that it was necessary to the story. Considering that the movie is based on pregnancy and childbirth this does seem a little strange but then again it is Hollywood. Hathaway was replaced with Katherine Heigl who we feel was a much better fit for the film anyway. Hathaway moved on to her back up project Becoming Jane which didn t fare nearly as well with audiences as Knocked Up. 6 Charlie Sheen s Bad Behaviour Got Him Booted Off Two and a Half Men By season 8 of the CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men Charlie Sheen was earning $1.8 million per episode making him the highest earning TV actor to date. The role earned him three Emmy nominations, two Golden Globe nominations and an ALMA award for his performance. It was the very definition of a good job but Charlie threw it all away... After season 8 the producers and executives of the show ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Peston Burke on Grey s Anatomy. The role won him much praise from the critics and his career looked set to take off until an unfortunate on set incident sent him in a very different direction. During the filming of the season three of the show Washington and his co star T.R Knight got into an argument and Washington insulted him with a homophobic slur. He made things even worse by denying the incident occurred and then admitting it publicly on The Ellen Show a short time later. The studio, growing tired of the controversy, informed then informed him that his contract would not be renewed for the fourth ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Significance Of The Bruce Invasion The Bruce Invasion, initiated by Robert Bruce, king of Scotland, and enacted on by his brother Edward Bruce, was a way for Scotland to secure resources and troops from Ireland. At the time, Ireland was giving resources over to England. Meanwhile, England and Scotland were at war with one another. Ireland was just a proxy for these two other sides to gain something, whether it be resources, political ally ship, or troops to fight off the other force s army. The Bruce invasion of Irelandwas less about the Irish people and more about how The English and Scottish could secure troops and resources. This invasion was more about how ether side could keep or gain power, but at the consequence of Ireland and the people living there. There are many reasons as to why the Bruce Invasion happened. But as for how it happened, wee... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Now as for why is happened, Bruce took political advantage of what was going on at the time. One of the events at the time was a consciousness of a Gaelic identity in Scotland, Ireland and Wales that Bruce was taking advantage of (MacNamee). It was inevitable, too, that the Gaelic revival gained momentum, the settlers should come over the influence of the culture of Gaelic Ireland (269 Lydon), not only are those in Ireland aware of this Gaelic identity, Bruce s reasoning for demanding Irish troops was to unite them all under a united Gaelic identity and fight against England in order to stop them from acclimating more resources. Resources where a major issue during the invasion. At the time there was a significantly bad famine that was affecting the resources, but Ireland still had ti ship what little they had to England anyway. It was not the local Irish needs, however, that immediately prompted this attempt to increase revenues but rather the need of Edward II to meet the demands of the renewed war in Scotland (Lydon 276). Here we see the lack of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Red Panda Research Paper RED PANDA Ailurus fulgens Over View Known as the Lesser Panda and Fire Fox, the Red Panda was first record in a 13th century Chou dynasty scroll. It was only introduced to Europe by Thomas Hardwicke in 1821. The Red Panda is approximately the same size of a racoon, except that it has a reddish brown fur coat. The red panda weighs 7 to 13 lb, and is 50 to 66 cm long. As well it has a distinctive long bushy striped tail. In 1994, it was established that the Red Panda population was vulnerable ( 10,000 individuals); however, between 1996 and 2004 the situation got worse and these animals became endangered. Thankfully, today population levels increased slightly and Red Pandas are only vulnerable. Population density (the number of individuals ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... If the trend continues Red Pandas will be extinct by 2050 in China. Since Red Pandas do not live long, around 10 years, it is hard to establish a definite population. Before the rapid influx of humans into the Red Pandas natural habitat, these shy and delicate animals had a stable population. Through human interactions much changed. Habitats started being destroyed and humans started killing and capturing Red Pandas. Fortunately, organizations started to take notice and the population of Red Pandas has been stabilized for the moment. National parks were created to stop the sharp decline. As well, there has been great success at reproduction in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. The Medical Use Of Marijuana Legislative Policy Brief Regarding the Medical Use of Cannabis HB 153: Medical Cannabis Valerie Moore The Ohio State University College of Nursing N7500 Autumn, 2014 Legislative Policy Brief: Ohio HB 153 General Information The use of Cannabis (Marijuana) for medical treatment is gaining momentum across the United States. Currently twenty three states and the District of Columbia have passed bills legalizing medical marijuana for treatment of cancer, AIDS, PTSD, neuromuscular disease and various other health issues (Medical Marijuana Pros and Cons, 2014). On May 3, 2013, Representative Robert Hagan (Democrat Youngstown) introduced HB 153 ( a reintroduction of HB 214 to the 129th Ohio General Assembly) to the 130th Ohio General Assembly to legalize medical marijuana for patients and provision for statutory protection regarding medical use of marijuana (Ohio Legislative Service Commission, 2014). Bill Number, Titles and Primary Sponsor HB No. 153 Representatives Robert Hagan (Democrat Youngstown), Mike Foley (Democrat Cleveland), and Dan Ramos (Democrat Lorain). The short title of this bill is MEDICAL CANNABIS Regarding the medical use of cannabis . The formal title is as follows: To amend sections 2925.02, 2925.03, 2925.04, 2925.11, 2925.14, and 3781.32 and to enact sections 2925.43, 2925.44, 2925.45, 2925.46, 3728.01, 3728.02, 3728.03, 3728.04, 3728.05, 3728.06, 3728.08, 3728.09, 3728.10, 3728.11, 3728.12, 3728.13, 3728.14, 3728.15, 3728.16, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Better Living Conditions In America Essay Moving into a new culture is always a challenging experience. The experience becomes more challenging and life altering with the increasing rift between the two cultures. It has long been noted that people are vastly changes by circumstances around them. Therefore, a person depends largely on the environment in which they are brought up and the beliefs of the people who have brought them up. There is a wide gap between the cultural practices of the eastern continents compared to people in western countries. There is; however, an ever increasing number of individuals who move into American societies from the east in search of better living conditions. (D Souza 1) Better living conditions are always presented in two forms. From the presentation... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Immigration involves small drastic changes in culture. The challenges that occurred are the results from an attempt to assimilate into the life of the new system. Sometimes language barrier can lead to a difficulty in assimilating into the new culture. Sometimes, the difficulty arises from the cultural identities that parents possesses from the previous life and the will to perpetuate this to the young. In most cases, the young are not even remotely interested in these facets. This results in a deep conflict within families which are further destroyed when a part of the families move abroad. Additionally, the real situation is never as presented in deletions. Therefore, immigrants who had thought they can be anything such as Jing Mei s mother end up disappointed and cynical when they discover that the same challenges that affect on individual in their original countries are. However, it is obvious that immigration will not stop anytime soon. Therefore, there is a greater need to find ways to productively assimilate such individuals into new ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. According To Gerry Martin Alert Driving Intercultural Gaffes Homework Questions 3.2 Analyzing Intercultural Gaffes A.According to Gerry Martin, Alert Driving s chief executive, it took years to realize that the foreign clients were unsatisfied because in some cultures, like Japan, criticism is considered disrespectful. Companies typically have a rigorous due diligence process in place to ensure that products entering the marketplace will meet quality standards and will in fact provide a return on investment (ROI). Product or program development typically includes a discovery phase during which the environmental landscape is examined and a level of empathy for the customer s needs wants and wishes is established. Then beta testing of a product typically takes place with a small customer base. It is appears that Alert Driving did not do an adequate job... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the 1950 s global expansion was probably not something that Kamprad was thinking about while developing the companies naming conventions. There are numerous stories about companies developing products with names that translate into humorous or sometimes offensive words or phrases in other languages. Local shopkeepers for example provided their own translation for Coca Cola early in the products life that translated into bite the wax tadpole . While these gaffes are entertaining they can also be quite costly and damaging to a product s image. The risks are particularly high for IKEA, which does business in more than 40 countries. It has more than 9,000 Scandinavian terms in its catalog, which is constantly being revised and updated. IKEA has recognized the business risk involved and has instituted and program that includes native speakers of a language in a process to review product names and suggest ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Serena Williams Instagram Instagram Nike s presence on Instagram deviates from the fragmentation of Facebook through its construction of visual narratives. However, Nike s success on Instagram, 14 million followers and average likes ranging from 300k 400k per post, is not solely due to the use of illustrious photographers and videographers. Although crisp and bold videos and photos command attention, Nike uses voice overs and captions to evoke intimate responses from viewers. There is a sense of familiarity between the athletes/actors in the advertisements and the viewers wants for adventure and success. As you can see in the biographical video of Serena Williams (https:/ /www.instagram.com/p/BHpQVdQDRtO/?taken by=nike), the presentational effectiveness of Nike is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There is strong competition from Adidas, Under Armour, Reebok, and Puma with all companies vying for market share. There is a high dependence on the footwear part of the business along with the threat of counterfeit products. There is always the possibility of consumers no longer paying the high premium prices that Nike charges for their products. Finally there are image issues and issues concerning the high costs of advertising that need to be resolved. To this point Nike has been able to resolve these issues and fight off most of the threats it has encountered. They will be able to do this as long as they maintain their strong management and leadership team, maintain their strong customer loyalty, maintain their dominant presence on social media and through e commerce, continue to provide an innovative and a diverse range of products, and if their brand recognition and image remain high. If they can do all of this or Just do it! they will continue to be the world s largest suppliers of athletic shoes and apparel and a major manufacturer of sports ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Health Education in Finland In Finland, Parliament decides on the legislation on education, funding and education policies. The Government and the Ministry of Education responsible for educational policy planning and implementation. Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Culture to determine education policy guidelines and strategic policies. The Ministry of Education oversees the entire state budget tied to educational opportunities and training in preparing legislation and government decisions. A key player in the national education policy implementation and development of education is the National Board of Education. (Opetushallitus 2013a.) Secondary education and vocational training may be arranged municipalities, joint municipal authorities, registered in the... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Cultural and ethnic are challenges for the future. For all the people, age or cultural difference without looking, is guaranteed the opportunity to participate in society and to promote health. The nurses encounter different cultures of people in their work. This makes it important to study the multi cultural nursing in health care programs. (MГ¤ntyharju, E. Siili, T. 2010.) Nurse students participate constructively in the activities and decision making. They work with their rights and obligations in accordance with the work and in everyday life. They are pursuing gender equality and non discrimination laws. They act fairly and in accordance with the requirements of working in different cultural backgrounds of the people at home country and in international operations. (Opetushallitus 2010.) In 2011, the Finnish nurses was abroad totaled 3 580. In Sweden were 1 345 Finnish nurse, Norway 535, in England 350, in Switzerland 285, in USA 205 and in Germany 175. It must be remembered that, for example Finnish nurses qualification can work abroad. (Ailasmaa 2013.) 2 EDUCATION IN ETHIOPIA Ethiopia is one of the world s poorest countries. To tackle poverty to improve education is of great importance, and Ethiopia has committed itself to ambitious expansion of education for all. The basic number of schools has doubled over the past ten years, as well the number of teachers. (UlkoasiainministeriГ¶ 2010.) Compulsory education of 6 14 years of age who attend ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Keith Albee Theater Our world is full of mysterious things. There are different places around us filled with mysterious history. Keith Albee Theater , was the popular theater of Huntington, West Virginia in 1940s and now as a performing arts center for Marshall University. Though it was popular for its beauty, it was one of the haunted theater during 1940s (Keith Albee Theater). It is said that Do not judge book by its cover , Keith Albee Theater was opened on May 8, 1928. Early audiences came to the theater for both live performances, as well as the movies of the day. (??)In 1937, the Keith Albee stood flooded for weeks, as did most of the city of Huntington. The theatre was re emerged in 1940s and again brought entertainment to the Tri State area. According to the article Keith Albee Theater , I found that several people were killed in that theater. It was suspected that the lady with 1940s style red fancy dress and high heels was responsible for all these activities (Keith Albee Theater). The basement, the projection room and the lady in red were the three important things that holds the history of Keith Albee Theater.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... First of all, the mysterious death of two electrician in basement while repairing the faulty wiring (Keith Albee Theater). It was said that two electrician actually worked on faulty wiring but were dead of electric shock. Similarly, the mysterious thing about the projection was the death of the maintenance man. It was said that the man died of heart attack. According to this article, the paranormal activities were noticed in the projection room since renovation began (Keith Albee Theater). The lady in red was another suspect who was speculated for the death of those people. But there was no any evidence about it. There were also the rumors about noticing the lady with red in ladies ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. The Problem of Poverty in Famine, Affluence, and Morality... Peter Singer is often regarded as one of the most productive and influential philosophers of modern times. He is well known for his discussions of the acute social, economic, and political issues, including poverty and famines. In his Famine, Affluence, and Morality , Singer (1972) discusses the problem of povertyand hunger, as well as the way this problem is treated in the developed world. Singer believes that charity is inseparable from morality, and no distinction can be drawn between charity and duty. The philosopher offers possible objections to his proposition and relevant arguments to justify his viewpoint. The modern world does not support Singer s view, treating charity as a voluntary activity, an act of generosity that needs... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Singer (1972) is convinced that affluent societies should give away within the limits that do not slow down their economic and social growth. Here, the concept of marginal utility comes into play. According to Singer (1972), marginal utility is the level, at which, by giving more, I would cause as much suffering to myself or my dependents as I would relieve by my gift (p. 241). In other words, it is a fragile boundary between being a moral person and a person, who makes his dependents suffer for the sake of saving some distant communities from poverty. Marginal utility is a measure of balance, which implies that bad things are prevented without causing other bad things to happen. Singer (1972) does not say that affluent societies should limit themselves to marginal utility, but they should avoid causing something significantly bad to their families. Certainly, the world presented by Singer (1972) differs considerably from the real order of things. In the real world, charity is not considered as a moral duty. Rather, it is a voluntary act of generosity, which is subject to public approval and praise. This position favors many society members, who can use charity as an instrument of manipulation to achieve their own purposes. Meanwhile, a consensus is emerging that charity is a negative phenomenon, which does not allow changing the situation from within. According to BBC (n.d.), charity deals with the symptoms, rather than causes, of poverty and famines. It ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Tropical Caribbe Climate Of The Caribbean Essay Tropical The Caribbean CLIMATE: The climate of the Caribbean is tropical but rainfall varies with elevation, size and water currents. Warm trade winds blow consistently from the east creating semi desert places on mountainous islands. Occasional north westerlies affect the northern islands in the winter. The area has year round sunshine, divided into dry and wet seasons, with the first half of the year being drier than the second half. The average temperature is 23 degrees Celsius. SOIL: There are three main soil types in the Caribbean Cristal Soil This soil is usually in coves or on slopes and has layers that stack deep and prevent proper drainage. It is full of clay and mud, with several layers of different types of clay which range in colour from grey to brown to tan. It is not very fertile soil. Zarzal Soil Zarzal soil is ideal for gardening and landscaping because it drains well and is very fertile. It is commonly on mountainsides and it layers deeply. The soil is dark red and is made of a lot of clay but it drains well. Humatas Soil This soil is found on ridges and hillsides, it has a silty texture and dark chocolate brown colour for around 10 centimetres. The net subsoil is about 30 centimetres thick with chunks of clay and is a yellow colour. The layers are mostly silty and have lots of clay. AnimalsDescription Turtles Turtles are reptiles that have shells to protect them. They come onto land to lay their eggs. Tapir A tapir is a large herbivorous ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. The Business Objectives that Are Used in HP and Cancer... The business objectives that are used in HP and Cancer Research. The business objectives that are used in HP are growth objectives one of the vital objective is Profit; when I went opened the HP archive pdf file I found this objective. To achieve sufficient profit to finance our company growth and to provide the resources we need to achieve our other corporate objectives . From this objective HP most vial objective is profit as The MarketingTechniques used in HP are Growth strategies. Growth strategies are Strategy aimed at winning larger market share, even at the expense of short term earnings. The Four broad growth strategies are diversification, product development, market penetration, and market development. Hewlett Packard use s diversification by introducing new products and services to new customers, HP introduced a new product into an area where it is familiar to the people you live there. Diversification is the act of introducing variety especially in investments or in the variety of goods and services is offered. HP also uses Product development to develop a new product to sell to existing customers, so if the customer buys a computer, HP might sell them an expansion pack that offers Anti Virus up two years and then the customer has to pay for the software when the two years is up. Product development is improving an existing product or developing new kinds of products. Additionally HP also uses Market penetration as one of the Marketing techniques for growth ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Banning Prayer In Schools If you were to sit in the bleachers of a football game today, would God be mentioned? More and more schools across the nation are banning prayer that is recited over the loudspeakers. The controversy has arose over the past 20 years. How would you feel if a Friday night tradition of praying was taken away from your night? Would you feel as if you were missing something? The assistant coach for Bremerton High School, Joe Kennedy, prayed at the 50 yard line before and after every game with his team would join him unforced. It was a Friday night tradition for the coach. He was asked to stop by the Bremerton High School District because it would be violating federal law. Kennedy prayed anyway like he had done the past seven years after the team s homecoming loss. He walked onto the field to pray alone, except when he opened his eyes, he found a huge crowd of supporters around him. The school district put him... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The suspension didn t stop him from being a coach. In 1995, a case originated out of Galveston County, Texas where two families, one catholic and the other mormon, sued the Santa Fe School District. The families did not agree with the school s policy to elect a chaplain to lead prayers at graduation and home football games over their PA system. After a five year court battle, the courts ruled that the public school districts cannot let students lead crowds in prayer before football games. The reasoning was because the prayer is happening on government land at school sponsored events, that they are pushing the constitutional requirement that separates church from state. Players will still be allowed to pray on their own before, during, or after games as long as the prayer is done by themselves. Some teams have said that their football players can still pray before games as long as they are the ones initiating it, and the coaches are not allowed to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. The Balanced Scorecard Essays Introduction The balanced scorecard is a strategic planning and management system that was developed by Dr. Robert S. Kaplan and Dr. David P. Norton in the early 1990 s. Their goal was to provide organizations with a clear understanding of what to measure in order to improve performance and results (Balanced Scorecard Institute 2014). The balanced scorecard is a framework that allows an organization to measure performance and compare it to the organization s strategic objectives and goals (Kinney and Raiborn 2013, 10). Purpose of the Balanced Scorecard The balanced scorecard uses short and long term, internal and external, and financial and nonfinancial measures to evaluate performance. Management can analyze these measures and compare ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The internal perspective focuses on employees and their contentment with the organization, the quality of products and services, and cost management (Kinney and Raiborn 2013, 11). Learning and Growth Perspective The learning and growth perspective uses the organization s resources to adapt to the changing wants and needs of customers. The organizations must ask itself whether it can continue to improve and create value for its customers (Kinney and Raiborn 2013, 11). An organization s ability to innovate and improve their products or services directly affects its value. An organization can create economic growth by developing new products and services, improving existing products and services, and developing more efficient operations (Kaplan and Norton January/February 1992, 75). Financial Performance Perspective The financial perspective uses financial performance measures to determine whether the organization s strategy and actions are profitable. An organization s financial goals may be as simple as: to survive, to succeed, and to prosper. Survival can be measured by cash flow, success can be measured by growth in sales and income, and prosperity can be measured by increased market share and return on equity. Managers are encouraged to use financial measures like these to demonstrate their financial position to shareholders. (Kaplan and Norton ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Comparing Love In The Canterbury Tales Love in The Knight s Tale, Wife of Bath s Tale, and Franklin s Tale The Canterbury Tales, written by Geoffrey Chaucer around 1386, is a collection of tales told by pilgrims on a religious pilgrimage. Three of these tales; The Knight s Tale , The Wife of Bath s Tale , and The Franklin s Tale , involve different kinds of love and different love relationships. Some of the loves are based on nobility, some are forced and some are based on mutual respect for each partner. My idea of love is one that combines aspects from each of the tales told in The Canterbury Tales. In The Knights Tale , the love between the two knights and Emily is intensely powerful. The love that Palomon and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... When Palomon and Arcite are in jail Palomon says, The Beauty of the lady whom I see wandering yonder in the garden is the cause of all my cries and woes. This is not something That I would want to base my ideal love on. These two knights are willing to risk their lives for the love of this woman, whom they have never even met. For all they know she could be the most annoying person on earth. In that case they would be risking their lives, only to spend the rest of it with a beautiful and extremely annoying woman. In The Wife of Bath s Tale A knightis forced to marry a wretched old woman to avoid death. The knight and the old woman do not get along well, and when the old woman suggests that she can make things better, the knight responds
  • 47. saying, Corrected? . . . It will never be corrected! You are so loathsome and old. A love relationship such as this could never last because their is no attraction, physical or mental. A major factor in love is physical attraction between the two partners, here their is no attraction. Two people cannot love each other if they can t stand to be around each other. The knight can hardly bare to look at his wife, let alone sleep with her. Despite the fact that the knight despises her, the old woman persists on getting the knight to love her, which ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Analysis Of The Gold Cadillac The Gold Cadillac by Mildred D. Taylor is about a family that lives in Toledo, Ohio during the 1950 s. The father, Wilbert, comes home with a Gold Cadillac. He states that he sold their old car, a Mercury, to buy this fancy car. The children, Wilma and Lois, are ecstatic. They love the new fancy car, and are excited to go for a ride in it. The mother, Dee, is not happy about the purchase her husband made. She says that he should ve saved the money to buy a new house, and that the familydidn t need a new car. Dee refuses to get into the car. Soon, Wilbert decides to drive the Cadillac to Mississippi to visit his parents. Along the way, the family sees many forms of racial discrimination. Lois is very confused by the signs in the south. She doesn t understand why blacks and whites are separated. While driving, the family is stopped by a policeman. He insists that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Wilbert wanted to show off his new car to everybody. After Dee finally agrees to get into the car, WIlbert and his family drive to Mississippi to visit family. Along the way, Lois notices signs that said whites only. Her father had a few reasons for why the signs were there. One of his reasons was that white people had different rules than African Americans. Also, he says that it has to do with the fact that blacks used to be slaves. Additionally, another reason he has for the signs is that Jim Crow Laws stopped blacks and whites from having equal rights. Lois and Wilma learn more about their ethnic background on this trip, and they learn a valuable life lesson. After Wilbert sold the car, Lois and Wilma immediately think they are poor. Wilbert responds by saying that they didn t need the Cadillac to be rich. They were rich because they had each other. Having the Gold Cadillac for that short period of time taught the family a lesson, and was very beneficial. It united the family, and created an unforgettable ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. The Human Genome The human genome is a vast sequence of nucleic acids consisting of adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine which are connected into a long polymer by a sugar phosphate backbone. The entirety of the genome is approximately 3 billion base pairs which encodes for all functional proteins and RNA molecules needed for life. Remarkably, only a small fraction of the genome actually constitute genes; about 15% of the genome are genes or gene related sequences, while 85% of the genome is noncoding (Krawczak and Schmidtke, 1994). Of the noncoding region there are specific regions that vary highly between individual people. These regions are polymorphic, or in other words have many different forms. Some loci vary so much that it is rare to find... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The amount each sequence is repeated varies between individuals and the specific nucleotide pattern can differ as well (Krawczak and Schmidtke, 1994). However, high quantities of DNA were needed to acquire accurate results when comparing VNTR regions. Therefore short tandem repeats (STRs), or microsatellites, proved to be better suited for use in forensic analysis. STRs are similar to VNTRs in that they are portions of the noncoding DNA that contain various amounts of repeated units. But in regards to VNTRs, STRs have a much shorter repetitive sequence, usually between 2 to 6 nucleotides, but sometimes can be up to 10 base pairs (Figure 1). The small size of STRs in comparison to VNTRs allows for more efficient amplification of the DNA via PCR and enables scientists to use DNA that has been more significantly degraded. Forensic analysts compare 13 different STR locations plus one that determines gender of the obtained sample (Roewer, 2013). STRs vary highly between individuals; for example, one person could have an STR at a specific locus encoding the following: CGCGCGCGCGCG, whereas another person could have CGCG at the same locus. In these tandemly repeated units, there is a higher extent for variation between these sequences than found in gene sequences due to the organism being more tolerant to aberrations in these portions of the genome. Therefore these areas will have many different forms, sometimes as many as 2000. Thus if several ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Central Characters In The Love In John Williams, By John... 1.)The 2 of the central characters in the novel are Ted and Miranda. They have been married for 3 years and relationship began when they met at a party. She introduced herself to him and they got married a year later. Ted has realized his wife is cheating on him with their building contractor. She is using him for his wealth. Before their marriagewas going great but now Ted is having an affair with a girl named Lily he met at an airport, who is also a major character of the novelas she is going to help Ted murderhis wife. 2.)One healthy aspect of Miranda and Ted s relationship is that they tend to get along quite well and never argued. Ted mentions this when is talking to Lily about his relationship with Miranda before he caught her cheating and he says, Our relationship was perfect, we never argued (Swanson 18). The second health aspect in their relationship was that they trusted each other at one point. Ted says, Her answer was such a shock... when she lied about being with Brad (Swanson 46). He trusted her and she lied straight to his face. The third healthy aspect is that Ted loved Miranda for her and her beauty didn t matter. Her beauty didn t mean a thing. Yea, she was pretty but I liked her for her. says Brad when he is thinking of when he first met Miranda (Swanson 89). 3.)One unhealthy aspect of their relationship is that Miranda is cheating on Ted with a man named Brad Dugget. Ted knows this because while he was outside, [he] saw her kiss him through ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 51. Crown Cork Seal Five Forces Analysis Essay Five forces Analysis of Crown Cork Seal in 1989 Part1. Competition analysis of metal container industry Bargaining power of suppliers 1. There are only three major aluminum suppliers, Alcan Aluminum, Alcoa, Reynolds Metal. They have obtained strong power by dominating and controlling the primary aluminum and aluminum production market. They are more concentrated than metal container industry. 2. These aluminum producers control huge aluminum resource so that the can manufacturer cannot put threat of backward integration. In contract, the aluminum producers are able to put threats of forward integration, just as Reynolds Metal integrated into aluminum cans. Conclusion: aluminum producers can exert a good deal of... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Plastics are light and convenient handling, achieving widespread customer acceptance. In general, plastic packing growths fast and posts significant threats of substitution to cans 2. Glass is competing steadily with cans in beer market. Conclusion: the metal cans face significant threats from substitutes. The intensity of competitive rivalry: 1. Products are not much differentiated, so there is intensive price competition. 2. The low entry barrier and the threats of substitutes put a cap on prices 3. The great deal of bargaining power of supplier and customers cut down the margin of metal can manufactures. 4. The capacity is excess, the demand for cans is below the potential supplies. 5. The rising material and labor costs further shrink the profit margin 6. The metal container industry approach maturity, indicating the growth is slowing. Conclusion: the competition in metal container industry is very intense. Part2: Competitive advantages of Crown Cork Seal The competitive advantages of Crown Cork Seal come from customer orientation strategy and international expansion strategy. First of all, Crown is customer oriented in almost all aspects of business. For example, Crown s technology strategy focuses on enhancing the equipment and product line specifically to meet customer s need, rather than on basic research. Their ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 52. Essay On Competitive Strategy COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE If a value creating strategy is implemented by an Organization and it is not being implemented at the same time by another organization, one can say the organization has a competitive advantage over its competitors. It is imperative for a firm to choose the height of competitive advantage it wants to attain in the industry. An organization must aim to initiate a profitable and sustainable spot against your competitors in the same industry. WHAT IS COMPETITIVE STRATEGY? Competitive strategies are long term plans/steps by which an organization achieves a competitive advantage in the market over its rivals. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... If a firm possesses high skilled Human Resource that can successfully implement this strategy, it will reduce price sensitivity and improve brand loyalty from consumers. For example, iPhone is so different that even a 5 year old can differentiate it from other phones; its uniqueness is second to none, which makes it hard for their competitors to overrun them in the market. This strategy focuses on creating uniqueness such that a firm s product and services are clearly differentiated from its rivals. Innovation and creativity is the primary focus of this strategy and this has long been identified as the necessary ingredients to obtaining a competitive advantage. FOCUS STRATEGY Focus strategy is a competitive strategy that selects a segment or group of segments in an industry and focuses its strategy to serving them only. Focus strategy recognizes that selling to a homogenous customer group may not be very effective for the product and services of the firm. Instead they focus its marketing efforts on a selected market segments. They identify the needs, wants and interests of the particular market segments and customize marketing techniques to reflect those needs, wants and interests. The above competitive strategies (Cost Leadership strategy, Differentiation strategy and Focus strategy) can only take place in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 53. Human Overpopulation Essay Human overpopulation occurs when the ecological footprint of a human population in a specific location exceeds the carrying capacity of the place occupied by that group. Overpopulation can further be viewed, in a long term perspective, as existing when a population cannot be maintained given the rapid depletion of nonrenewable resources or given the degradation of the of the environment to give support to the population. Overpopulationis a problem that needs to be solved. Concern about overpopulation has existed for hundreds of years.Tertullian was a resident of the city of Carthage in the second century CE, when the population of the world was about 190 million. He said: What most frequently meets our view (and occasions complaint) is our teeming population. Our numbers are burdensome to the world, which can hardly support us.... In very deed, pestilence, and famine, and wars, and earthquakes have to be regarded as a remedy for nations, as the means of pruning the luxuriance of the human race. Before that, Plato, Aristotle and others had concern for the topic as well. Laws existing to prevent the rapid growth of the population have been around for hundreds of years. However in the modern world, China is one of the countries with laws regulating birth rates. They have two child per household limit to combat the rapid growth of the dense population. India has one of the densest populations in the world and in order to combat the growing number of people, the government ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 54. Bo Jackson Biography Essay Bo Jackson, the greatest athlete of all time, Major League Baseball and National Football League player. With his rough start in life Bo Jackson knew modesty like no other, but also knew that to gain what he wanted, even though he did not have to he would have to work for it. Even though he was a tremendous athlete, who had so many skills to fill what he called hobbies. Outside of baseball season Bo never ceased to amaze people. Bo, one of ten kids grew up in a three bedroom house, with just his mother. He was picked on as a kid, and he fought these kids just to take out anger. The kids would throw crabbe apples at each other and when the other kids went on inside and hid because they were tired or down right terrified. Bo just kept throwing, landing crabbe apples in houses through windows and screen doors. As a teen Bo was doing backflips in thigh high water and landing them perfectly. Bo Jacksonwas no ordinary kid; He had a talent no other had, the ability to play ball, and it did not matter what kind.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He is known for what seem like legends to us who did not see it, but truly may have happened. According to one of his coaches he jumped a Volkswagen, and dunked a stick for the sake of dunking a stick. In being an athlete Bo Jackson did not play around when it came to his training, which for him was little to none, as Bo thought practice was a waste. In high school Bo, placed three state records in the high jump, triple jump, and pole vault. When offered a $1.4 million dollars to play football, he turned the money down, and continued to do so even as offers continued to rise. Bo shows the strength and courage of an epic hero in our current history, without all the gross ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 55. Una s Search for Religion in Naslund s Novel, Ahab s Wife... Una s Search for Religion in Naslund s Novel, Ahab s Wife Herman Melville s Moby Dick is a novel filled with references to the Bible and God. In writing Ahab s Wife, Sena Naslund could not ignore Melville s biblical allusions. Naslund s novel is a reaction to Moby Dick, and therefore Una does not accept Melville s omnipresent religion. She cannot bring herself to belief in the basic tenants of Christianity, and is constantly searching for a new community, or philosophy that will embrace her ideals. Una is on a journey and her quest is to find a religion that suits her life and her experiences. Brought up in Kentucky by a fanatical father who is determined to force her to believe in his religion, Una has is repulsed by his beliefs. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... And here was a road that went off at right angles, that could bend and double back, that was open to whatever sheep might wander into it (338). She appreciates the unconventional because she is not a typical person, or leading a normal life. Margaret Fuller later introduces Una to Transcendentalism, which is more like a philosophy than a religion, but that Una finds even better than Unitarianism. As the novel continues, and Una endures more tragedy and experiences more, her search changes. At first she views the lighthouse as God in the microcosm of her island. She and Frannie idolize the lighthouse and worship it, I allowed Frannie to kiss the lichen crusted stone with her lips, as though he were an holy icon, the mighty thighbone of God, and I stood beside her and sang a hymn, such as they sang in my father s church, God of Wisdom, God of Power, changing the words to suit me: Sign of Safety, Sign of Silence, Sing we to Thy Speaking of the Light, and thanked him many times for his palpable being (44). Here Una can relate the lighthouse to God because it is tangible, and earthly. She does not have to picture some abstract being, or create dogmas to accompany it, the lighthouse is merely a great object that represents a higher power. Una then begins to see God elsewhere. When she goes to Boston with her family, she sees religious icons in a shop, I imaged and prayed to them ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...