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Taking a Look at the Britannia Panopticon
The Britannia Panopticon is not the sort of heritage you walk about gazing at while thinking, Isn t
that pretty , admitted the music hall s preservation director Judith Bowers. She claims that a truly
restored Panopticon would have to reflect its thousand strong poor and even rough audience, paying
tribute to the folk who frequented the theatreover its long history.
The Panopticon was built in 1857 on the site of an old warehouse by the partnership of little
known architect Thomas Gildard and his brother in law H.M. McFarlane. The building, which was
born as a music hall and can be counted among the first to get electricity in Glasgow, became one
of the earliest establishments to be put into moving picture. It also housed freak shows, carnivals,
waxworks and even an indoor zoo attracting a diverse audience. It came to be called a people s
theatre in the hands of its most notable owner A.E. Pickard a notorious business man, millionaire
and quite the eccentric person. Unblemished or nearly intact purpose built theatres from an early
age are extremely rare in Britain. This is due to the fact that theatres that were failing financially
were razed by the dozens in order to sell the land. Even financially successful theatres were razed so
that they could be rebuilt bigger and better. Consequently, Britannia Music Hall, one of the few
remaining examples of a nineteenth century music hall, is worth restoration and preservation. Other
historic theatre buildings, like the
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The SCC Carter V. Canada (Attorney General)
The SCC Carter case of 2015, known as Carter v. Canada (Attorney General), deals with the
controversial question of whether or not the prohibition of assisted suicide is a violation of a
Canadian s right to life, liberty, and security. Under section 241 of the Criminal Code, it prohibits in
the act of assisting another to commit suicide. The appellants argue that this prohibition is cruel on
competent adults who have the mental capacity to consent to their own deaths and who are
suffering from a medical condition that causes them endured suffering and pain. One of the
appellants is Gloria Taylor, who was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), which
causes deteriorating voluntary muscles, preventing her from moving or even breathing... Show more
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The plaintiffs (and the appellants), Carter et al., have pushed into saying that s.7 and s.15 do not
qualify under s.1 of the Charter, while the defendant (and respondent), the Attorney General of
Canada, believe that it does. To understand the reasoning behind the Supreme Court s decision,
one must first examine what s.1 is truly about. Under the Charter, s.1 is a limitation clause that
allows for the restrictions of rights and freedoms in certain situations. According to Neil Boyd,
there are two part test to this section in order to determine whether a law could allow for an
overturn of a right: 1) the limits must be reasonable and prescribed by law, and 2) the limits must
be justified in a free and democratic society (109). R. v. Oakes (1986) sets out the Oakes Test that
provides a further outlook at how s.1 may apply, asking that the objective of the law must be
pressing and substantial, and that it must be propionate. This proportionality must have a rational
connection between the law and its purpose, it must have minimal impairment, and there must be a
balance between the negative effects of the limitation vs the positive effects of the law. The
Supreme Court agrees with the trial judge who finds that the prohibition lacks the
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Marketing New Product
Marketing New Product Assignment
Case 1
Introduction:
This case is largely based on Vanessa O Connell, Food for Thought: How Campbell Saw a
Breakthrough Menu Turn into Leftovers, the goals we need to reach is to gain the understanding of
this company, why they can get the innovation and how they can manage it, also we can learn the
experience of this company.
The back ground of the company: In 1990, Campbell Soup was the undisputed leader among U.S.
soup manufacturers, with a market share of over 75 percentages. Soup consumption, however, was
levelling off, and top management was looking for opportunities for growth in related markets.
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By fall 1997, Campbell announced plans to sell IQ Meals. For using the correct strategy, in 2012,
Campbell announced plans to buy Bolthouse Farms, a maker of juices, salad dressings and baby
carrots, for $1.55 billion. Analysts saw this as an attempt to reach younger, more affluent consumers.
Reference: Collins, Douglas (1994). America s Favorite Food: The Story of Campbell Soup
Company. Harry N. Abrams, Inc. Shea, Martha Esposito, and Mathis, Mike (2002). Images of
America: Campbell Soup Company. Arcadia Publishing.
Wikipedia,Campbell Soup Company. Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki
/Campbell_Soup_Company#Recalls case 2:
Introduction:
In this case, you and your classmates play the role of the marketing department in a firm involved
in new product development. This case we link each other in different department and position. We
have different duties. How to coordinate our ideas in company,
Background of the company:
My firm is struggling with instituting team based product development, and over the last several
months several of the marketing staff has been placed on product teams with personnel from
engineering, design, and manufacturing.
We need find the way to get more solutions. All open about their opinions and participate in the
discussion of the views of others. This way .they will strive to come up with solutions that are
actually workable, and weed out the pie in the sky
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Emergency Medical Technician School
As I walked toward the bright red sign that flashed emergency, I had no idea that I was about to
witness the fragility of life. About a half an hour after my clinical shift began the rapid response
alarm blared through the emergency room speakers. I was excited. In my previous shifts I had
worked with the rapid response team. During rapid responses more extensive medical procedures
are performed, and as a student I got to see and do a lot more. Once I reached the recess room,
most of the team was already there preparing for the arrival of the patient. It s a STEMI announced
one of the nurses who was on the phone with firefighter s that were bringing him in. After she
announced this fright ran through my veins. I had never seen someone who... Show more content on
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His heart had stopped beating. It is hard to describe how I felt in that moment as I am still trying
to process my emotions. I remember turning away from the table where the patient lay lifeless,
and staring at the sink in the far corner. A single tear rolled down by flushed face. Suddenly, I felt
as if my throat was closing in on itself. After a few deep breaths I turned around and began to
focus only on the medical treatment being provided. The storm of emotions that was brewing
inside of me was kept at bay for the moment. Instantly, I became infatuated with all of the medical
procedures that were being performed, central lines, chest compressions, and intubation were all
unfolding before my eyes. Watching a code is nothing like how it is portrayed in the movies.
Everyone is extremely calm and precise in their actions. Seeing a human heart be shocked is
something that I will never forget. When a heart is being shocked, the whole room stops. Time
stops. Everyone has their eyes glued to the monitor hoping to see a rhythm appear. A rhythm
didn t appear. I will never forget his skin turning into a grey blue pallor. It is a color I will never
forget, for this is the color of imminent death. Compressions begin again, and then it is my turn. I
am still shocked that I was able to find the courage to hop up on the stool and deliver chest
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Gender Roles In Fun Home
Amir Barati
American Culture
Prof. Shiu
Fun Home: Bechdel s Neo Detective Novel of Gender Crime
The narration in Alison Bechdel s Fun Home can be categorized as a significant neo detective one
in many ways. Like every detective story, a suspicious death is deriving the whole narrative, but in
a fantastically fresh form. There is a mysterious home, and the mystery lies in the minds and secrets
of its residents. The significance of this novel lies in the fact that the narrator is one of the main
suspected criminals. The novel is psychologically attentive, witty, with wonderful techniques of
psychological observations. Unlike the traditional detective stories, this novel does not offer a
startling denouement, however, it brings about a deep understanding of gender which is quite
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Here, the death of the father is not a conventional one. The father is already dead when living with
the family. Bechdel s father is dead in the sense that he has always been trying to hide the secret of
his sexual orientation. Bechdel feels her father s metaphysical death despite his constant physical
presence and the ubiquitous marks of his lab (Fantasia 10). Therefore, she tries to understand what
ЕЅiЕѕek calls a symbolic death. That is the symbolic death that makes Bechdel more concerned and
not the accident that killed the father because the accident was the result of that symbolic death. As
ЕЅiЕѕek states that everybody must die twice (1989, 148). So, a person can be biologically alive,
while symbolically dead (2010, 292 8) and this is the same thing that we see in this novel. The
father is always concerned with the real of the dead. The father is always playing with the objects
and do not pay enough attention to the children. The father is always ashamed of his homosexuality
and tries to hide
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Muslims In Memphis
Muslim Community in Memphis
Memphis knows for its diversity of religions. According to bestplace.net web. Religion statistic of
Memphis; the religious people in Memphis are more than half the Memphis s population.
Memphis largest religion is Catholic, and the smallest religion is Islam. 63.74% of the people in
Memphis, Tennessee are religious, meaning they affiliate with religion. 6.76% are Catholic; 0.64%
are LDS; 13.28% are another Christian faith; 0.93% in Memphis, Tennessee are Jewish; 0.72% are
an eastern faith; 0.48% affiliated with Islam. Memphis has a small society of Muslims, but it s
growing fast each year. According to Wicipedia.org. Web. Muslim is the follower of the religion of
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America will not become great by spreading hatred or by spreading fear. America will not
become great by cutting itself off from its neighbors. America will not raise the torch of liberty
by breaking up families and denying treatment to the sick, said Yasir Qadhi, with the Islamic
Center of Memphis. On the day, you leave office; we will make America great again. Abdallah
Altareb one of the Muslim protesters Abdallah was holding the American flag. He is from one
of the countries that banned Yemen. He is twelve years old, and he came to Memphis when he was
six years. He said, It s not America without diversity, he said, You can t judge a book by its cover
so you can t judge every Muslim by one group of
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Global Organizational Structure Is The Way A Company
As trade increases hyper competition grows forcing organizations to go global. By a company
going global it requires them to rethink strategy and reform (Ananthram and Pearson, 2008).
Global organizational structure is the way a company aims to merge local preferences with
global strategy. The definition of global strategy is strategic choices that have the characteristics
of being globally uniform or integrated, (Yip et al., 1997) such as standardization of products,
uniform marketing, and competitive moves, but all globally (Townsend et al., 2004; Zou and
Cavusgil, 2002; Bayraktar and Ndubisi, 2014). Global strategic strategy is a way to adjust to
globalization. Globalization is the economic and social process by which economies and
communities grow inextricably interdependent (Jhirad et al., 2009). The recent financial crisis
(Das, 2010), large amount of poverty, and climate change are all problems that show how the
world is globally connected because all countries impact each other (Jhirad et al., 2009).
Research Methodology
This research is qualitative. When the research focuses on fields such as human behavior, strategy
configuration, and policy assessment the qualitative approach is recognized as the appropriate
scientific method (Tilaki and Hedayati, 2015;Polkinghorne, 1991). This study will examine the
organizational structure of the United Nations in order to come to a conclusion as to a more efficient
structure that could have been used during the
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Examples Of Summarize Findings
Summarize Findings The most reactive substance in this lab was the crushed liver core, it
produced the most amount of heat, bubbles, and the biggest flame during the glowing splint test.
The manganese dioxide and the liver core were also very reactive and they both produced a flame
during the glowing splint test. Next, the potato core produced a slight reaction, but it was not as
extreme as the other substances. Finally, just the hydrogen peroxide and the boiled liver core had
no reaction and did not produce a flameduring the glowing splint test.
Sources of error A few sources of error may have occurred during this lab, one of the main sources
of error could have been mixing up which liver is which. This could drastically affect the
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What effect would adding HCl or NaOH to the liver or potato have? Clearly explain your
reasoning. It would change the pH of the liver or potato as HCl is very acidic and NaOH is very
basic. Changes in pH can denature the protein in the enzymes which could result in no reaction.
For most enzymes, they require a very specific pH, so when a solution becomes too acidic or too
basic, no reaction can occur as the enzyme will become denatured by the abrupt change in pH.
6. What effect would slightly cooling or heating the test tube have? Slightly cooling or heating the
test tube could also result in the proteins in the enzymes becoming denatured by the changes in the
temperature. Enzymes also require very specific temperatures to function properly, so if the
temperature changed too dramatically no reaction would occur. If the change in temperature was
not dramatic, it could just affect the rate of reaction, so it might slow down the reaction, but the
reaction would eventually occur.
7. Name and discuss two examples of commercial or industrial uses of
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Corporate Governance and the 2012 Failure of the Hastie...
Title: Corporate Governance and the 2012 Failure of the Hastie Group (ASX) Assignment Topic:
An outline of, and brief discussion of the importance of, the bases or criteria for the review of the
organisation s governance (eg, refer to which standards or guiding principles are relevant for the
review) and why you need to use them. A brief critical review of the relevance of concepts,
principles, standards or other tools and techniques learnt during this subject, in conducting your
review A list of recommendations for improvement based on your review Word Count:(Introduction
to Conclusion) 2,445 Executive Summary: Hastie Group was an ASX listed Engineering Group
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At the least the board will have operated outside the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX)
Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations (ASX 2010, p13 49). These principles
form the basis of good corporate governance ideas in Australia and are designed to optimise
corporate performance and accountability (ASX 2010, p5) and draw from the if not why not
philosophy. The board of Hastie have appeared to failed in all four key functions of the board
(Tricker 2012, p174, Fig 7.1) being Strategy Formulation, Policymaking, Monitoring amp;
Supervision and Accountability which could reasonably be judged that the Hastie Board of
Directors had operated outside of 7 of the 8 principles (the only Principle seemingly being
observed was Principle 8 Remunerate fairly and responsibly) (ASX 2010, p40) described so the
review will focus on Principles 3 and 4. Principle 3 Promote ethical and responsible decision
making (ASX 2010 p22) The ASX recommends in Principle 3 that companies should actively
promote ethical and responsible decision making, in part by clarifying the standards of ethical
behaviour required of the board, senior executives and all employees and encourage the
observance of those standards. The Hastie Group was a decentralised business and relied on good
corporate policy that could reach across geographic and business unit boundaries and they in fact
had such a statement Code of Business Conduct last reviewed by the board
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Scottish Wildlife Trust Essay
The Scottish Wildlife Trust manages a network of 120 wildlife reserves across Scotland. Their
main aim is to aid in preserving and maintaining healthy ecosystems throughout Scotland s land
and seas. Possil Marsh is one of such wildlife reserves, located in the north of Glasgow. Ecology
and Conservation students from the University Glasgow visited the reserve on Friday the 14th
of October 2016. The intention of this excursion was for students to see first hand the variety of
wildlife which inhibits the reserve and take into consideration the processes of management.
This refers to preserving the area whilst still making it accessible to the public. With an area of
78.2 acres, Possil marsh contains a large quantity and variety of habitats to support the
inhabiting species. The reserve has a shallow freshwater loch, providing suitability for water
birds and many other animals. This water is surrounded by a combination of vegetation
including marsh, swamp and fen, with areas of willow scrub and grassland. The fen and swamp
areas support locally rare plants specific to this site. The reserve is also proved to be an
important staging post during the spring and autumn migration for warblers and waterfowl. There
is path accessible from the Forth Clyde towpath and around the perimeter of the reserve which is
available for visitors to use. (SNH, 2007) Upon arrival of the reserve my initial expectations were
already contradicted. Although I was aware that the reserve was near the
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Performance Evaluation Of The Medium Access Control
STATEMENT OF WORK Vehicular Communication Systems are designed to enhance safety,
comfort and intelligence for divers and autonomous driving. The system enables communication
between vehicles and between the vehicle and roadside units in order to avoid traffic congestions
and accidents in a collaborative way. Two sets of standards, i.e. IEEE802.11p and IEEE 1609 series
are proposed for this purpose including technical specifications for vehicular communications and
networking. This project is focused on the performance evaluation of the medium access control
(MAC) protocols for both vehicle to vehicle and vehicle to infrastructure communications. The
network throughput in relation to back off window size and other technical factors at the physical
layers such as modulation and coding schemes and at the network and resource management layers
will be examined. The differentiation in protocol coordination and parameter setting between V2V
and V2I will be identified and analysed accordingly. INTRODUCTION Over the past couple of
years, vehicular communication has become one of the most active research areas of many
academic research groups and automotive industries, owing to its unique advantages and numerous
applications. Also, research in this area has gained keen interest and support from major safety
organizations and governments since a well structured vehicular network system provides safety for
passengers, efficient and reliable transportation system and infotainment
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Methods And Disadvantages And Disadvantages Of...
a) The UML is the collective brainchild of Grady Booch, Ivar Jacobson and Jim Rumbaugh
known as three world renowned object oriented technologists who combined their efforts to create
a standard method for capturing and visualizing object oriented designs. Over the past four years,
UML has been one of those buzzwords in the software community that has found itself on the
same hot list as Java, XML and .NET. UML stands as a powerful and capable method for designing
software.
b)Use case Diagrams
A utilize the event outline communicates how a client could utilization an article or framework. In
the diagram, those possibility client is spoke to by a stick figure, called a actor symbol, and the
Different utilization instances are symbolized Toward... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The data is not accessible to the outside world and only those functions which are wrapped in the
class can access it. The insulation of the data from direct access by the program is called data
hiding or information hiding.
Data Abstraction:
Abstraction refers to the act of representing essential features without including the background
details or explanations. Classes use the concept of abstraction and are defined as a list of abstract
attributes such as size, weight and cost, and functions to operate on these attributes. Since the
classes use the concept of data abstraction, they are known as Abstract Data Types.
c) During analysis, you try to determine which objects you need and how to organise them. You
also need to know what they have to contain, how they behave and how they interact with other
objects.
During design, you take the analyzed objects and add constraints to make them fit within the
software and hardware that you are developing for. Basically, you re adjusting the object model to
fit within the technology that you
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The Elemental Exploration Of A Salt And Salt Solution, And...
Project A: The elemental exploration of the behavior of iron in physiological conditions, the
acquisition of solid copper from a salt and salt solution, and the synthesis and crystallization of
aluminum.
Introduction: Iron is an essential element in the human body. It can be found in the hemoglobin
and transferrin of the bloodstream, and in myoglobin in muscle tissue. The main purpose of iron
is to transfer oxygen within the body. To gain iron, humans must consume a diet that consist
abundantly of iron such as leaf vegetables, fish, beans, etc. Absorption of iron is especially
important because less than 15% of iron in daily diets are absorbed and used (Jacobs 1971). The
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Because synthesis requires multiple steps to make a desired reaction, the yield is lower than other
synthesis. On the first day, if the substances have a significant amount of precipitate, then the
substance will require a greater number of drops of sodium hydroxide than substances with an
insignificant amount of substrate. On the second day, if the starting reactants affect the yield of the
product then obtaining solid copper from a salt will result in a greater yield. If aluminum foil is the
limiting reactant of the experiment, then the percent yield will increase as the amount of foil
increases.
Materials/Methods:
Project A, Day 1
In Part 1, 50 milliliters of 5% sodium hydroxide solution was obtained and observed in a 100 mL
beaker and 30 milliliters of pH 2 dissolved iron solution was also obtained and observed in a 50 mL
beaker. To observe the behavior of dissolved iron with sodium hydroxide, 5 milliliters of pH 2
dissolved iron was transferred to a large test tube. Drops of 5% solution of sodium hydroxide
were slowly added and monitored for physical changes. A glass stir rod was used to transfer a
small amount of solution onto pH paper in between drops of 5% solution of sodium hydroxide
until the solution had a pH of 8.
In Part II, 5 milliliters of dissolved iron was placed in a large test tube. To test the effect of
different additive substances on dissolved iron, .2 grams of methionine was added to
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Mi Hogar Contiene London Rhetorical Analysis
Mi hogar contiene la memoria de mi niГ±ez y el ser una persona ingenua sin saber las realidades
de la vida. Contiene el amor que yo le tengo a las puestas del sol, al perdГіn y a la sabidurГa,
tambiГ©n contiene el recuerdo de que todo tiene un final, incluyendo el dГa. La razГіn por cual mi
hogar abriГі un aleph tiene que ver con lo vulnerable que me ha hecho. Upon entering my home,
you will stumble upon my raw soul. On my front door, which I consider the first thing a person
will notice about me reads, ... it is not right that we hold a grudge in our hearts ... (Truman
Capote). I chose this as my welcome sign to represent my will to forgive, and my effort to remove
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I have chosen 300 Violin Orchestra by Jorge Quintero. As a child, my mother would play
classical music for me because the doctor recommended it. Recently I read studies that brought
to light the capability of focusing and recapturing what has been studied could be better done if
the student listened to wordless songs i.e. classical music, while studying. When I gave it a try I
realized my focus increased and just stuck to it. The song mentioned above represents me in such
way that I had previously listened to classical and when I reconnected to it for school purposes I
realized I had found my home in music. I chose that specific song because although it includes
violin it provides this sense of modernity and really enlightens my mood.
Por otra ventana, a la cual yo considero ventanas al alma, se observa el refrГЎn El que no trabaja
por lo que quiere, no merece lo que desea . Para mГ eso significa el tener que esforzarte para
alcanzar y cumplir tus metas. En mi vida diaria eso es evidente en la escuela, porque el tener
calificaciones buenas no solo se ganan, si no se debe ser diligente y cumplir todos los requisitos,
es poner doble esfuerzo y tomar todas las ventajas que la vida te permite, aunque incluya renunciar
tu verano para salir
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The Night Of The Lake
The ride across the lake was everything Rose had imagined and more. She even thought she might
have seen the giant squid poke up out of the water. She tried to point it out to Albus, but it had
disappeared when he looked over.
They finally pulled up to the shore and began following Hagrid up the grounds to the castle. It was
so much bigger than she had imagined.
It s so big, Albus said in awe.
I was just thinking the same thing, Rose replied.
The students sidled up to the entrance. The doors opened and Hagrid shepherded the student into
the Hall.
Professor Longbottom will be with you in a moment to explain what will happen next. If any of
you ever need someone to talk to or a cup o tea, you can always come find me, Hagrid said looking
directly at Rose and Albus.
Just then, Uncle Neville (no wait, Professor Longbottom, Rose had to get used to calling him that)
came down the big flight of stairs.
Welcome to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry! I am Professor Longbottom, Head of
Gryffindor House! I know some of you and I can t wait to get to know the rest of you in due
time. In just a moment, you will enter the Great Hall and we will begin the Sorting ceremony.
You will be placed into one of the four houses: Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin.
As I was told my first year at Hogwarts, your house will be like your family. You can earn points for
your house by being good students and good people. You can also lose points from your house if
you
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Deaf Lip Reading
After taking two years of Sign Language, it is an absolute eye opener into the deaf world. Being
deaf would be an amazing experience! Without being able to hear, a person would not hear all
the noise pollution in the world. Cars driving by a house can be loud, a mall could be loud, and
people doing construction down the street from a home can be loud. Being on a cramped plane
with smelly chatty people and whiny babies, would be a whole lot better without having to hear
everything going on. With all these obnoxious noises in the world, having no hearing would
make the world seem peaceful. Many people who are deaf become good at lip reading people
who cannot sign or do not know how to communicate with a deaf person very well. Reading lips
is a handy trait because you can find out people s secrets. Lip reading would be an especially
good trait for police to have, when possibly trying to pick a terrorist out of a crowd who may
very well be explaining his plan or passing information onto an accomplice. Most deaf people
know sign language, a beautiful language, along with great hand coordination. Signing, believe it or
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Going for a walk in the woods would be very peaceful and relaxing, for a deaf or blind person.
Being deaf and going for a walk in the woods would help a person take in all the enhanced
beautiful colors around them, the feeling of the plants, and the smell of fresh air. For a blind
person there would be enhanced sounds of nature, feeling of plants and insects, and the smell of
clean oxygen. Being blind or deaf can have many advantages or disadvantages, but depending on
a person s point of view they will see it as a completely awful situation, or a completely amazing
situation. There is always a way to look at the positives and these are just some of the great
advantages to having unique
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Speech On Superpowers
If superpowers are concerned, there is nothing more cool than these. Welcome to
watchmojo.com. Today, we will count with the Top 10 of the best superpowers. Andrew, we
can fly. In this list, we will see superpowers from a variety of sources, whether comics, movies or
television. It s time for a beating. It s catchy, is not it? Number 10: Super speed. Is it a
teleporter? No, it s just fast. And when I met him, I was not so young. Speaking of never being
late. With supervelocicidad, can arrive to any side at any time and have time to stop on the way.
Superheroes like Flash and Quicksilver brought this power to the limit with the ability to create
whirlwinds and break the barrier of time, among other great skills. Be careful, Barry. You
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With telekinesis, also known like psychokinesis, there are no limits for what they can move or do
with the mind. A thought can move a pencil across the table or crush a car as if it were cotton
candy. POWER WITH NO LIMITS (2012)
20TH CENTURY FOXDo not you reach the lightsaber? Problem solved. STAR WARS: EPISODE
V
THE EMPIRE CONTRAATACA Do you need to contain a giant wave to save his friends? Ready.
We do not want to know what happens when someone with telekinesis has a headache. I do not
want to fix it. X MEN: THE FINAL BATTLE (2006) Before revealing to number 1, here are some
mentions of honor. FLEXIBILITY PIROQUINESIS VISION OF X RAYS MAN OF STEEL (2013)
WARNER BROS Honey ... ANIMAL CONTROL THE LORD OF THE BEAST (1982)
METRO GOLDWYN MAYER Number 1: Traveling in time. Why not give life a spark?
traveling to another time? Back to the past to amend a mistake perhaps. I will never get there in
time to change. Or go to the future to see what happens to what they do now. There is no need to
be so serious. Why not visit your character historical favorite Or use knowledge of the future for
your benefit? He projects Bishop days ago to warn
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Argumentative Essay On Decriminalization Of Marijuana
Marijuana use is nothing new, as the earliest record of its use dates as far back as 4,000 BC
(source red). Initially spelled marihuana, it is also known by a wide variety of street names, such
as weed, pot, Mary Jane, and ganja. Typically smoked or ingested for the psychoactive effects that
alter perception and mood, marijuana derives from the cannabisplant. Ironically, despite being a
part of various cultures for centuries, various aspects of marijuana use as a regulated and taxed
business, a candidate for decriminalization, or a health problem , are front page news topic in the
United States. The debate over marijuana use cuts across numerous demographics and party lines.
Composed of the buds and leaves of the dried flowers from the Cannabis plant, many argue that its
natural source attributes make it appropriate for lawful usage. However, since marijuana contains a
mind altering (psychoactive) chemical, delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol, better known as THC, a
multitude of factors need to be considered and analyzed before legalization can occur (National
Institute on Drug Abuse). Currently, 29 states and the District of Columbia permit the medical use
of marijuana, while eight states have legally approved taxation and regulation of recreational
marijuana. Given the intense debate over these issues and the prevalence of marijuana use in the
United States, policy makers at the federal, state, and local level as well as those in the fields of
law enforcement,
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A Brief Note On The Athlete s Training Program Essay
Periodization in Bodybuilding
You may ask why the use of periodization in training programs? , well the goal of periodization
is to help maximize what you gain of your training while reducing the risk of getting injured in
the long term. The way this is done is with an intelligently designed training year program that
contains smaller blocks of time that each has its specific goal and priority. This kind of overall
schedule includes many aspects of an athlete s training program and it may include specific training
such as; strength training, conditioning, plyometric, and also any specific sport activities. However
in this essay I will specify the use of periodization in bodybuilding which is a sport that has become
very popular in recent times.
What is Periodization?
In simple terms, Periodization is the planning and organization of training. When periodization is
used in sport, it is usually used based on achieving specific goals such as gaining maximal physical
capabilities (strength, power, speed, etc...) for a given period of competition. For example in
bodybuilding, the training may be planned around a specific competition.
In bodybuilding periodization is not an unusual thing, in fact most bodybuilders periodize their
training anyway and this is to reach their specific goal whether it is to reduce body fat or bring
up a lagging body part. Generally speaking, if you have an aim to reach a goal by a given time,
then in actual fact you are using periodization.
This is
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The Expense of Owning a Horse
Horses are expensive animals to have around and knowing exactly how expensive before you rush
out and buy one is imperative. Usually the cheaper part of getting a horse is the actual purchase
price. Horses can cost anywhere between a few hundred to thousands of pounds depending on the
type and breed of the horse, the age, who is selling the horse and why, how much training he s had
and how experienced he is. Buying a horse from a private seller Buying from a private seller
rather than a trainer, breeder or dealer can be a way to get a good deal and save money. Private
sellers often advertise in newspapers, on bulletin boards of tack stores or on buy and sell
websites. If you re inexperienced with horses be sure to bring along someone you trust when
seeing a horse. An experienced horseperson will be able to tell if the animal is good for you and
whether or not it seems to have any behavioural problems. If your expert feels the horse is sound
and good for you, then a vet will determine if the animal is health and suitable for what you want
to use it for. Some of the better reasons private owners sell their horses are a change in finances
resulting in the horse being too expensive to keep, moving and not being able to take the horse
with them, wanting to replace a beginner s horse with a seasoned show animal, children moving
out of the house and leaving no one to ride the horse or just generally losing interest in the hobby.
Unfortunately people also sell horses for less
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Union Supporting Toronto Garbage Collection Employees...
The report will present a case between union supporting Toronto garbage collection employees
against the city of Toronto. With the current situation where strike action has been in place,
approximately 28,000 employees will be off work. Unfortunately, communication on the both
side has not been successful and an arbitration has been arranged to hear the proposition of both
sides and to come with a possible solution to prevent further action which could cost the city in
many ways. The purpose of this report is to understand the process on how the negotiation
especially in a more legal environment collective bargaining happens. The negotiation is at the
stage of arbitration. First part will brief the negotiation and bargaining process. Role play gives a
feel of live experience in the learning environment where each participant will address their
responsibility and self reflection is presented throughout the report. The aim is to decide on the
starting positions and the bottom lines, or lowest point of each party will accept the deal. Consider
the objectives and emotional motivation of each party. Listen to a sequence of proposals and
possible counter proposals. Negotiations Being successful at negotiating requires one to consider
the various styles: win win, win lose, lose win, lose lose, no deal and compromise negotiation. Each
is unique in its outcome and business associates must consider their end goal of the negotiation and
when each style of negotiation is
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Stamford University Bangladesh
MBA Program, Dhanmondi Campus
Cost and Management Accounting
Course Teacher: Shahadat Hosan, E mail: shad@asia.com
Relevant Cost for Decision Making
Exercise 13 8: Bed and Bath, a retailing company has two departments, Hardware and Linens. A
recent monthly contribution format income statement for the month follows: Department
TotalHardwareLinens
Sales$ 40,00,000 $ 30,00,000 $ 10,00,000
Variable expenses 13,00,000 9,00,000 4,00,000
Contribution margin 27,00,000 21,00,000 6,00,000
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Thus, the completed analysis would be: Make Buy
Total cost, as above......................................... . $570,000 $630,000
Rental value of the space (opportunity cost) ....... 80,000 ............
Total cost, including opportunity cost ................. $650,000 $630,000
Net advantage in favor of buying .......................... $20,000
Problem 13 21:
Birth Company normally produces and sells 30,000 units of RG 6 each month. RG 6 is a small
electrical relay used as a component part in the automotive industry. The selling price is $ 22 per
unit, variable costs are $ 14 per unit. Fixed manufacturing overhead costs total $ 1, 50,000 per
month, and fixed selling costs total $ 30,000 per month.
Employment contract strikes in the companies that purchase the bulk of the RG 6 units have
caused Birch Company s sales to temporarily drop to only 8,000 units per month. Birch Company
estimates that the strikes will last for the two months, after which time sales of RG 6 should return
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Essay On Separation Of Powers
When the Constitution was written, the ultimate goal of the Founding Fathers was to prevent
tyranny and oppressive government. In order to achieve this remarkable goal, the Founders made
the decision to adopt the concept of Separation of Powers. In the Constitution, Separation of Powers
is essentially the distribution of power among the three government branches: the legislative, the
executive, and the judicial. Despite how is has changed and grown, the concept of Separation of
Powerscontinues to be just as important as it was when the Founders wrote the Constitution
because of its raised relevance due to current issues.
The Separation of Powers was incredibly important to the Founders. For example, James Madison, a
Founding Father and author or many of the Federalist papers states that The accumulation of all
powers, legislative, judiciary, in the hands, whether of one, a few, or many, and whether the
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Yet little do they know that there is a concept of government designed specifically for the purpose
of protecting them from tyranny. Separation of Powers and its counterpart, Checks and Balances,
were created to prevent dictatorship or monarchy. For example, Checks and Balances allows
government branches to check on each other, to make sure all of the branches of government
remain constitutional. In modern day, this is incredibly important, especially in occurrences such
as when Congress had not agreed on allowing same sex marriage nationwide, but the Supreme
Court, finding this decision unconstitutional as it stripped citizens of their rights, in an act of
Judicial Review, declared that same sex marriage would be allowed throughout America. Checks
and Balances and Separation of Powers both enabled the Judicial Branch to check on the others, and
as they found them deep in acts of unconstitutionality, the Judicial Branch was able to take
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Essay about Lucid Dreaming
An individual obtains about seven to eight hours sleeping per night and according to the dream
encyclopedia (2009) we spend approximately one third of our lives in a state of sleep, much of
the night filled with dreams (p.16). Judith Duerk, who is a well renowned writer, refers to a
dream as an alternate course which can change a person s entire life. The Dream Encyclopedia
points out that the meaning of a dream would be, a spiritual world distant from the physical, in
no way demeaning their definition, but a dream is a way to motivate a person spiritually in order
to physically and mentally prepare oneself to fulfill his or her goals, by an act of visualization and
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Dreaming has and will exist for millions of years and will exist as long as people exist but our
dreams will be depicted based on our own individual aspects on life. Dreaming yet leads to
satisfaction but a better understanding of what a person may want or need, in terms of life,
resulting in a form of organizing ones long term or short term goals.
A dictionary of any kind, by any person, of any edition would define lucid dreaming in similar
ways, by using words such as conscious, aware, recognize, and dream state. According to, Lucid
Dreaming dreams of clarity (2009) Frederik willem van Eeden who was a Dutch psychiatrist, who
introduced lucid dreaming at the meeting of the Society for Psychical Research held on 22 April
1913. Holzinger and Brigitte (2009) concluded that the phenomenon of lucid dreaming was already
known in earlier historical periods and descriptions can be found in writings of Aristotle .
Stephen Laberge published a book titled, Lucid Dreaming , which listed yet, explained the history
and origins of lucid dreaming. His book, Lucid Dreaming (1999) stated that the origins and history
of lucid dreaming were as follows Aristotle, St.Augustine, Tibetan dream yogis, Spanish Sufi Ibn El
Arabi, Hervey de Saint Denys,
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My Wicked Wicked Ways Poem
My Wicked Wicked Ways is a simple poem if you read it quickly, but after reading every stanza
and analyzing it you feel the complexity of it, every line of every stanza adds a different taste to
the poem, completes the painting, and with the last stanza the poet puts its magical touches to it. I
will start by identifying the subject of the poem, and then like every poem I will discuss the meter
of the poem, with the rhymeschemes and any figurative language if the poet used them.
The poem starts with This is my father (Cisneros 1) which shows the poets connection with her
father, her past, her childhood See? He is young (Cisneros 2), while reading this stanza, you start
to imagine the poet holding a small, old and non colored picture of her as a child, defining every
detail of her father s looks He looks like Errol Flynn (Cisneros 3), Errol Flynn was a handsome
actor, he was known as a womanizer, which is what she thinks her father was, in the picture her
father is wearing a hat, that leans over one of his eyes, a well suited suit, and some tow toned shoes.
Those shoes her mother doesn t like, my mother hates (Cisneros 11), the writer used the word hates,
which shows that there was an argument about the shoes but it wasn t a big argument to mention.
The second stanza, the poet moves to talking about her mother Here is my mother. (Cisneros 12),
but doesn t identify her looks, or her cloths, rather than describing her as she is not crying She is
not crying.
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Persuasive Essay On A Driverless Car
You re riding in a driverless car with a loved one. It s cruising down a one way, single lane road
with a barricade to the left and a wall to the right. Just a few feet ahead, three pedestrians are
hurrying across a crosswalk even though it s flashing a red signal. The driverless vehicle s
wheels are faster than the pedestrians feet, and a collision is inevitable. What should happen
next? Should the vehicle know to swerve into a wall and sacrifice its passengers to avoid the
pedestrians, or should it protect its passengers at all costs? A new study, published in the journal
Science on Thursday, presented that scenario, and others, to about 2,000 people in a series of
six surveys. Opinion: Why your grandkids won #39;t drive Opinion: Why your grandkids won t
drive The surveys revealed that the majority of respondents believed autonomous vehicles
should be programmed to be utilitarian, attempting to save the most lives (in this case, the
pedestrians) while sacrificing as few as possible (the passengers), said Jean Francois Bonnefon,
a psychological scientist at the Toulouse School of Economics in France and a co author of the
study. Yet, most respondents also indicated that they would not want to purchase a vehicle that
was programmed to be utilitarian. Google: Driverless cars only in 11 accidents Google:
Driverless cars only in 11 accidents 03:09 The surveys showed that 76% of respondents believed
it is more moral for a driverless vehicle to sacrifice one passenger rather than 10 pedestrians when
faced with such a scenario. However, 81% of respondents said they would rather own a car that
protected them and their family members at all costs. For the study, conducted between June and
November, 1,928 survey respondents were recruited online and presented with crash scenarios as
well as questions gauging their personal opinions about riding in an autonomous vehicle and
their likelihood of buying one. We were surprised that so many people expressed a strong moral
preference for cars that would kill them, as passengers, for the greater good, Bonnefon said. [We
were] even more surprised that so many people would renounce buying a driverless car if there
was a regulation in place that would force them to buy
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Gorillas in the Mist Summary
Chapter 1: Dian Fossey plans a trip for seven weeks to Africa where she will study gorillas and
meet scientists Louis and Mary Leakey. Fossey goes with the Leakey s to look at a giraffe fossil
at an excavation site. She ends up falling into the ditch where the fossil was, breaking her ankle
and throwing up all over the fossil. After two weeks of recovering, Fossey goes to study gorillas
with Alan Root, a photographer, and his wife, Joan. After watching the gorillas, Fossey returns to
her hometown, Louisville, Kentucky. Dr. Leakey then offers Fossey an opportunity to study
gorillas in Africa for a long period of time, and it will be completely free for Fossey. Fossey agrees
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She says another man named Paulin Nkubili worked hard to stop the killing of gorillas for
trophies. According to Fossey, this man has been pretty successful in his work to stop poaching
and trophy hunting. Fossey concludes the chapter by stating that much of her information was
learned by trial and error. For example, she learned the gorillas respected her more if she studied
them while on her hands and knees rather than standing upright. Chapter 4: In chapter 4, Fossey
begins to give names to the groups and individuals she is studying. The chapter introduces most
of the members of group 5, and describes newborns, fights, and some of the activities the gorillas
partake in together. Each member of the troop identifies one another by sound. The group has
two silverback males, Beethoven, the leader of the troop, and Bartok, a young silverback male,
Brahms, adult females Effie, Marchessa, Bravado, young boys Puck and Icarus, and many
other gorillas. One of the females, Bravado, has a baby named Curry. After the group is attacked
one night, Curry is found dead my Fossey the next morning. Expecting to see Bravado sad and
depressed, Fossey found her happy and joyful. This lead Fossey to think that it was an effort to
forget the baby instead of mourning it. From time to time, other groups attack the group and some
of the gorillas are injured, but these injuries never seem to be fatal. Effie, a female in the group,
has a child, who loves to play with
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Dysphagia Case Studies
2.1 Dysphagia
Dysphagia is the medical term for the symptom of difficulty in eating and swallowing solid and/or
liquid foods (Germain et al., 2006). It occurs when there is a problem with the neural control or the
structures involved in any part of the swallowing process (National Institutes of Health, 2012).
These problems make it hard for dysphagia people to moves food and liquids from mouth toward
the stomach.
It is estimated that dysphagia affects 18 million adults and millions of children in the United
States and 45% 87% of residents in long term care (Agency for Health Care Policy and Research,
1999; Langmore, 1994; Steele et al., 1997). Dysphagia is common in people who are elderly or
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Videofluoroscopic evaluation is the most common method diagnosis of dysphagia. It is used to
record an X ray video of individual swallowing liquid boluses with various concentrations and
volumes of barium sulfate particles (Logenmann, 1997). The patient is given a radiopaque barium
sulphate suspension and his or her ability to swallow is monitored using videofluorscopy. The
radiographic video could determine bolus transit time and direction, bolus clearance, various
structural movement of the hyoid, upper esophageal sphincter, tongue, mandible and larynx. These
measurements would provide an indication of a patient swallowing ability at mealtime
(Logenmann, 1997; Schulze Delrieu et al., 1997). If the patient exhibits aspiration or excessive
residue, intervention strategies like altering the volume or apparent viscosity of liquids are
introduced to improve swallowing (Logenmann,
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The Rise Of Pop Art
In the 1940s the United States and the allies were in the midst of a deadly war against their Nazi
German counterparts, World War II officially ended in 1945 and the Allies were victorious. In
the early 1950s the post war economic boom in both the United States of America and Great
Britain, gave the people optimism and money to spend as the super markets were filled with all
kinds of consumer goods . The economy was good and people were happy.
Capitalizing on the post war economic boom of the 1950s were advertisers. Advertising persuaded
many, it told people what was popular, what was good, and what to buy. Advertising and glossy
magazines were found everywhere, in the street, the highway, and even at the comfort of your own
house as you opened the newspaper. This mass marketing phenomenon was incorporated with the
rise of Pop Art. It paved the way for iconic artist such as Andy Warholand Jasper Johns .
With the rise of this bona fide American phenomenon also brought critics. Critics asked and
wondered how a can of soup or a soft drink could be considered art. Pop artist, Andy Warhol
responded by stating, Art is what you can get away with. What made pop art popular? It was brash,
transient, witty, hostile, young, mass produced, and most importantly it was low cost .
Pop art was the new art movement of the 1950s and 1960s, it was the successor of the art
movement of a decade earlier. In the 1940s abstract expressionism was all the rage in the United
States, it was
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Essay On Fingerprint Finger
Creating Fake Fingers for Secure Biometric Fingerprint Authentication As the unrelenting demand
for smartphones continues to increase, many technology companies are looking for ways of
making such devices easier, faster, and more user friendly. Many smartphones are equipped with
fingerprint readers, allowing the user to access their phones securely and quickly without having
to type in their pin or passcode. This prevents users from having to remember dozens of random
passphrases that, in theory, a hacker could potentially guess and be granted access into. However,
this poses a serious question How secure is fingerprintauthenticationand why should consumers
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Capacitive readers work by measuring the differences in capacitance between the ridges and
valleys to map out the fingerprint. Because of this, unlike the optical reader, there is no light
component necessary in order to read the fingerprint. Thus, the capacitive sensors can be much
smaller, and are commonly seen in smartphones, laptops, and tablets. In figure 1 below, the
difference between the fingerprints captured by the optical (left) and capacitive (right) readers
can be seen. Due to the smaller size of the capacitive reader, it captures a smaller area of the
fingerprint. Anil Jain and Joshua Engelsma of Michigan State University are creating life like
fake fingers, commonly referred to as spoofs. These pigmented, conductive silicon spoofs share
properties similar to human skin; their mechanical, optical, and electrical properties allow it to
act basically as a finger. With these spoofs, creators of fingerprint readers can use them for two
purposes: 1. remove the discrepancy between optical and capacitive readers and 2. enable
readers to detect for only real fingers to be granted access. The current problem with many of
these readers is that if it was recorded on one type of reader, and the user tried to authenticate with
a different type, it would fail. These spoofs will allow developers to test their systems, without
having to use their own fingers over and over again, while also ensuring consistency. In
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Federal Bureau of Prisons
Federal Bureau of Prisons
The Federal Bureau of Prisons was established in 1930. Its main goal is to provide humane care
for Federal inmates. There are 11 Federal prisons in operation. The Bureau consists of 115
institutions, 6 regional offices, a Central Office (headquarters), 2 staff training centers, and 22
community corrections offices. The Bureau of Prisons career opportunities web page is the place
where you can learn about BOP careers, the employment process and current vacancies. The BOP
career opportunities web page has quick links to: application steps, attorney recruitment, career
FAQs, health care careers, job descriptions and job vacancies. The Bureau has approximately
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Qualified inmates may apply for jobs with companies that have posted job openings. This Branch
also helps inmates prepare release folders that include a resume; education certificates, diplomas,
and transcripts; and other significant documents needed for a successful job interview.
Medical, dental, and mental health services are provided to Federal inmates in Bureau facilities.
Most Facilities provide one or more primary Physicians who specialize in family practice.
Medical officer provide direct service to inmates in Federal prisons (e.g. performance of diagnostic
and preventive). Nurses play an important role on patient health, patient safety and patient
education. (e.g. observation and evaluation of patients, perform case histories, conduct physical
examinations, and order laboratory tests). Dental officers are responsible for the full range of
dental care provided to inmates. Pharmacist provide pharmaceutical care, they are responsible for
medication. (e.g. same as nurse). Over 3,000 health care positions are offered.
The food service operation within each institution represents a major program area within the
Federal Criminal Justice system. The Bureau offers a food service career for correctional cook
supervisors in a fast pace and challenging environment. Cook supervisor receive full
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Analysis Of The Poem The Hands Of An Angry God
Cole Anderson
Mr. Bertelsen
English III
9 November 2016
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God Jonathan Edwards uses figurative language in his sermon,
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God , to help convey his ideas. The entire sermon is preaching
that the people of his congregation have made God very angry. So angry, in fact, that He is
preparing to send them all to hell if they will not repent. His use of figurative language helps the
audience feel the sermon more, and take it to heart instead of just hearing it. He uses no nonsense
language, fear, and finally hope to captivate the audience and hopefully move them. The first
imagery to be discussed is as follows: The bow of God s wrath is bent, and the arrow made ready
on the string, and justice bends the arrow at your heart, and strains the bow, and it is nothing but
the mere pleasure of God, and that of an angry God, without promise or obligation at all, that
keeps the arrow one moment from being made drunk with your blood. This is a powerful piece
of imagery that uses both metaphors and personification to express the mood that Jonathan
Edwards is setting. God s wrath is like a bent bow aimed at the hearts of all sinners, and it is
nothing but a whim, a mere pleasure, that stays His hand. That is essentially what Edwards is
saying with his metaphor, and it is a frightening metaphor. As you can see, he does not bother using
niceties or political correctness; he says what he wants to say, no matter who might be
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Poland during World War 2 Essay examples
I. History of Poland
After the Partitions of Poland (1772 1795), which had decreased the size of the country, giving
most of the land to Russia, Prussia, and Austria Hungary.
The First World War provided a practical chance for Poland to restore its independence. The
powers, which had separated the country more than one hundred years earlier, were fighting on
opposite sides. Germany with the Austro Hungarian Empire (the Central Powers) fought Imperial
Russia allied with France and Great Britain. Polish troops, under their own banners, also joined the
fight. At first, under the command of the anti Russian revolutionary JГіzef PiВіsudski, Polish
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Poland had to balance between Germany and Soviet Russia. In 1932 Poland signed a non
aggression treaty with the Soviet Union, which was to last until 1945. In 1934 a similar ten year
pact was signed with Germany. One year earlier, shortly after Adolf Hitler s ascension to power,
Polish Head of State Marshal Pilsudski made a secret proposal to France to mount together a
preemptive strike against Germany to unseat Hitler before the Germans had time to rearm. But
France refused, compelling the Polacks to do the next best thing: to enter into a non aggression pact
with the Germans. In 1936 the Germans broke the Versailles treaty by reoccupying the
demilitarized zone in the Rhineland, thus demonstrating to the world their aggressive intentions. As
we now know, Hitler and Joseph Stalin eventually broke both non aggression pacts.
After annexing Austria, Sudetenland and Czechoslovakia in March 1939, the German government
repeated their request to Poland, demanding that Gdansk become part of the Third Reich and that
an extraterritorial highway and railroad be constructed across the so called quot;Polish Corridor.
quot; The request was rejected by Poland. In April 1939 a mutual assistance treaty was concluded
between Poland, France and Great Britain. On August 23, 1939, the Ribbentrop Molotow pact
was signed in Moscow. In a secret protocol of the pact, Hitler and Stalin drew up plans for the
fourth partition of Poland, and the scene was set for
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Examples Of Fortunato In The Cask Of Amontillado
Watch what you say to your friends, because you might end up getting murdered for revenge! This
is what happens to Fortunato in Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allen Poe. In this story, a man by the
name of Montresor gets insulted by another man named Fortunato. Montresor is offended by this,
especially since Fortunato made no effort to fix things. So, Montresor gets Fortunato drunk, and
buries him alive in his catacombs. Fortunato makes himself an easy target because he s a drunk, he
s not smart, and he is unlucky.
In this story, Fortunato makes himself an easy target for the fact that he is a drunken man. When
Poe states that, He had a weak point this Fortunato and He prided himself on his connoisseurship, it
clearly marks that he will
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Socratic Seminar Report
During the Socratic seminar, I heard a lot of interesting common things about the immigration
specifics from 3 different sources. I also noticed that these 3 different sources are related to the
past and modern immigration law of United States of America. For example, an article from a CNN
source talks about President Donald Trump s new immigrationorder ban on Muslim countries. He
also suspended for three months entry by citizens of seven majority Muslim nations Iran, Iraq,
Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen on immigrant or non immigrant visas (CNN) In this
quote, President Donald Trump ordered an immigration ban on Muslims. This immigration topic
relates to CWRIC and a Farewell to Manzanar novel because back in World World
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Mesopotamian Achievements
The human advancements of the Mesopotamian region, which incorporates the Sumerians,
Babylonians, Assyrians and Persians, had various accomplishments, for example, a type of
composed correspondence with pictures, mathematics, exchange and space science. Sumerians are
a member of the indigenous non Semitic people of ancient Babylonia. The Sumerians called
themselves the dark headed individuals and their territory, in cuneiform script, was basically the
land or the place where there is the dark headed individuals . The list of Sumerian rulers included
one woman, with the city states often at war with one another. Cases of fine works in marble,
diorite, pounded gold, and lapis lazuliahve were found. Stone, wood, and metal was transported in.
Sumerian art and design was resplendent and complex fundamentally utilized for religious purposes
painting and figure the principle middle utilized. Some major contributions of the Sumerians are the
sexagesimal system, irrigation and food control, pictographs and writing, as well as monumental
architecture and city states.
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The Assyrians additionally partitioned the hour into an hour and the minutes into 60 seconds. Yes
they were notwithstanding tallying seconds, Assyrians likewise developed the world s first library
in the history on the man, the Royal library of Ashurbanipal was could read and write in the
cuneiform which 400 letters/images , versus the English that lone has 26
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Barbie vs. Bratz Essay
BADM 372: Advertising
Case 2: Barbie vs. Bratz 1. Provide an analysis of the Mattel Barbie brand. What factors shape
perceptions of the brand in the eyes of parents and young girls? Barbie was billed as a shapely
teenage fashion model, and made her first appearance at the American Toy Fair in New York
City and soon became a hit. (http://www.brandchannel.com/features_profile.asp?pr_id=160)
Barbie was then and still is a popular doll for young girls. In the beginning she was popular
because she was the 3D version of the very popular paper dolls, with interchangeable clothing and
accessories. Today she is still very popular and probably for the same reasons; you can buy a
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Now a days everyone has some sort of social media page including the younger generations,
however anyone under the age of 18 has to lie on their page because it s not meant for kids.
Because of the expanding popularity of social media I believe that kids are growing up faster than
they need to. When I was younger I was still playing with my Barbie dolls into 8th grade so around
13/14 years old. My cousin has a 13 year old daughter to constantly posts on facebook how she is
going to be alone forever and that she will never meet a good guy. At 13 years old she should not
be concerned about boys, especially not finding the one she is going to spend the rest of her life
with!
This all being said I think that the popularity of social media is taking away from young girls
being young which is causing them to stray away from childhood toys like Barbies and Bratz. Also
with the popularity of an internet meme taking the Barbie and Bratz image and suggesting
things in a mature manner causes people to look at them in a manner aside from being a child s
play thing. 4. Do you think the efforts made by Richard Dickson were the most effective ways to
restore the brand? Defend your answer. I think Richard Dickson did a great job of restoring the
brand just based on the 18% increase in sales in 2009. I love the fact that he mandated that all
Barbie products be consistent with the brand s identity because then when
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The Truth About Performance-Enhancing Drugs
The Truth About Performance Enhancing Drugs
Doping in sports. A topic in which shows up in T.V. shows, movies, newspapers, and magazine
articles. But what does society really know about performance enhancing drugs? According to the
website Merriam Webster the definition of doping is illegal use of a drug (such as a steroid) to
improve an athlete s performance. Doping in sport should not be allowed because, it is not fair to
the athletes not on steroids, dangerous to the user, and aggression towards other players also
known as roid rage.
Doping in sports is unfair to to the players not on steroids. A professor of philosophy names David
Fairchild at Indiana University shows evidence that says The knowing and voluntary use of
proscribed ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
So what do others say about performance enhancing drugs? and why would some argue that
doping is okay? People may say that doping is okay because it will make the game interesting.
But think of this ... would it be fair if your team who was not using steroids were to play a game
where everyone on the opposing team were on steroids. Then the people supporting doping would
not think that is very fair and would maybe even think it would cheating.
Doping in sports should not be allowed. How is it fair that some of the long standing records have
been beat by people using steroids. unfair to the athletes not on steroids, dangerous to the user, and
aggression towards other players known as roid rage. T.V., movies, newspapers, and magazine
articles all bring up doping. But this is the truth about performance enhancing
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On Liberty John Stuart Mill Summary
The novel On Liberty was written by the remarkable philosopher John Stuart Mill. Through the
essay, he discusses phenomenal assumptions that are not examined oftentimes due to the reason
that society perceives Freedom of Expression only as beneficial. Also, individuals often overlook
the impact that the authority has on the fundamental freedom of free speech. They often truly
believe that we are absolutely free to do everything they cherish. Mill deconstructs these ideas and
enlightens us with new perspectives. This does not ultimately mean that all of the arguments that
Mill highlights could be implemented within society. John Stuart Mills argument concerning free
speech has elements that are both feasible and infeasible when applied in the real world.
The primary question of On Liberty that Mill question within this literacy phenomenal is What are
the nature and limits of the power which can be legitimately exercised by society over the
individual? (Mill, 1859,p1). Mill further deconstructs his own response that the individual should
have the right to speak whatever they cherish, but through this process, no person should be
harmed (Mill,1859,pg8). His argument is built upon on two notions: Individual Sphere and Social
Sphere. In the Individual Sphere freedom of thought is given high importance compared to
compulsion (Mill, 1859, 10). Thus, we as individuals should be allowed to speak or think whatever
we desire. On the other hand, in the Social Sphere, we have a
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Junot Diaz s The Money
Junot Diaz is a professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is very widely known for
this writing and his background story. In Junot Diaz s story, The Money: Starting Out, he shares a
story from his childhood. The story is about when Diaz and his family had just recently moved to
New Jersey from Santo Domingo and they felt as if they were targeted. The neighborhood that
they were living in was not the top of the line, lots of robberies were taking place. The Diazs
themselves are a victim of robbery, but in the end, everything turns out to be good. Throughout
Diaz s story the reader can better understand and sympathize with this familybecause of the many
uses of pathos and ethosin the passage.
The context of this story ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Diaz informed us by providing some background of this childhood. He also explains to us that
robbery happens all the time, In our neighborhood, cars and apartments were always getting
jacked, and the kid stupid enough to leave a bike unattended for more than a tenth of a second was
the kid who was never going to see that bike again (Diaz 385). Thankfully many families do not
have to think about their personal items being stolen, but that does not mean that other families are
always completely safe.
It seemed as if the Diaz s were never safe. The stories focus is about a time that one of his best
friends stole his money, even though he thought he never would. His friend knew how bad his
family was struggling and he still stole from him. In the end Diaz regained his money and
belongings, but this just showed how much of a real friend he was. This family was already
struggling and now they are hit with a burden of theft. This just goes to show that anything can
happen, but the outcome depends on how people handle it.
The purpose of this story is to show that your childhood does not define your whole life. Diaz
obviously had a rough childhood at times. Especially moving into the United States from the
Dominican. His family did not have many funds, to give him all the things he needed. This did not
stop him from succeeding on his own though. Diaz went on to graduate high school, something that
most
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Apollo 11 Footprint Essay
The Most Important Footprint
Twenty Six year old Laura Polacek tucked her children into bed at 8:30 P.M. on an exceedingly
warm Sunday in July. The exact date was July 20th, 1969. Laura walked back into her cramped
living room to join her husband, sister, two cousins, and mother. The television was on Channel 3,
broadcasting the coverage of NASA s first Moon landing. Apollo 11had landed on the Moon s
surface at 8:18 P.M. Six hours later, Neil Armstrong emerged from the capsule at 2:38AM,
climbed down the modules latter and became the first man to place his foot on the moon. Laura
Polacek s recollection, nearly forty seven years after the fact, of this event is similar to those who
watched all over the world (Polacek). From July 16th to July 24th, 1969, six hundred million
people had their eyes on NASA; more specifically, Apollo 11 (Reed). For this time, this had been
the most people to watch a broadcasted event on television ever. A combination of strenuous
preparation and dedication made it possible for the United States to be the first country to put a
man on the moon. This milestone left a tremendous impact on not only the United States, but other
countries as well.
The July 20, 1969, lunar landing was the culmination of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
NASA wanted this first Moon landing mission to pave the way for future Apollo lunar landing
missions. The three most prominent names attached to Apollo 11 are Neil Armstrong
(Commander), Buzz Aldrin (Command Module Pilot), and Michael Collins (Lunar Module
Pilot). Since the spacecraft could not land safely on the Moon and be able to take the men back
to Earth, one of the men had to stay in the module and fly it around the Moon until the other men
were ready to leave. This was Michael Collins job. While the Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin
were on the Moon, they conducted a series of experiments and means of
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A Career Full Of Stressors In Nursing
Nursing is a career full of stressors. Every day nurses deal with some type of stress and they can
become emotionally drained. Nurses are the support system for the patients and their families,
they watch patients suffer, and sometimes they even care for patients who are terminally ill and
dying. The modern world of health care and tightening budgets are resulting in additional work
related stressors such as barriers to providing optimal care, increasingly complex needs of patients,
short acute care lengths of stays, the need for increased knowledge of ever changing technology,
nursing shortages, poor staffing, long work hours, limited resources, and feelings of lack of control
(Smith, 2014, p. 119). The above stressors can put nurses at
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Odd Museum Research Paper
Occult Museum I found this to be interesting. I knew that lots of museums displayed many odd and
unusual items especially history museums but I never knew there was a museum that had to do
with the paranormal. Ed and Lorraine Warren are paranormal investigators and they chose to
display items from their career of ghost hunting and demon busting in their own Occult Museum.
The museum has been open since 1952 when the Warrens founded the New England Society for
Psychic Research in the U.S. Items and artifacts that have been touched by evil are kept in the
basement of their home. During their time they were well known lecturers in their paranormal
field. They researched and looked into such high profile cases of demonic mischief as the popular...
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The odd and unusual collection includes everything imaginable like a supposed vampire s
coffin and a child s tombstone said to have been used as a satanic altar. Visitors can see death
curses, demon masks and psychic photo which line the walls of the museum. All of these are
accented by plastic props from Halloween stores to set the mood. The most abundant of items
appear to be cursed dolls and one of the highlights of the museum is a Raggedy Ann doll called
Annabelle, which supposedly killed a man. She sits in her own glass case with a haunting red
light in the back ground. I think it might be advisable to add a sign Don t break the glass. At this
point I m not sure if I wouldn t run from this museum screaming or if I would be horribly
fascinated because I am a great horror fan but sometimes enough can be enough. In 2006 Ed
Warren died but the museum continues under the car of Lorraine Warren and their son. However I
am sure that Ed is around all the time as well. If you are into the supernatural or really interested in
things to do with the occult you might enjoy a visit to the Warrens Occult Museum in Monroe,
Connecticut. Perhaps this
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Research Paper On Sally Wainwright
Happy Valley Happy Sally Sally A Wainwright was born in 1963 in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
England. Sally was brought up in Sowerby Bridge, Yorkshire after she was born. Daughter of
Harry and Dorothy Wainwright and sister of Diane Hilton. She is married to Austin Sherlow
Johnson with two children and now lives in the Cotswolds. As Sally grew up her home was not
a happy household. In fact, Sally said I don t think my parent ever got [along]. I suppose I grew
up in a house with quite a tense atmosphere (Anthony). Wainwright being brought up in the
environment she was in inspired her to writer. Unlike if raised in a normal household she would
not have thought about wanting to be one when she became older. While Sally was growing up in
Sowerby Bridge, she attended Triangle C of E Primary School and Sowerby Bridge Grammar
School (Wainwright). Ever since she was young Sally always mentioned that she wanted to... Show
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All Sally has done is give women the of parts complex, conflicted, funny and flawed that are
usually reserved for men (Anthony). She just really enjoys writing women not to mention Sally
said herself I find women more interesting. They re heroic (Frost). Wainwright believes that
women have way more to deal than men do that why she is driven to write about them way
more. Sally Wainwright s took a break from writing the third series of Happy Valley. Instead of
continuing Happy Valley, Sally will be writing her second work for the BBC. Wainwright made it
known that for her next project she will be writing about Anne Lister, the West Yorkshire diarist,
who studied human anatomy in Paris in the 1820 s among many other remarkable thing (citation).
Using the money that Wainwright received from her award she hoped to use it with her research
on Lister. This television series will be about pioneering women her native Yorkshire which she can
relate to just like her other
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Ardipithecus Ramidus Essay
A Natural History of Ardipithecus ramidus Taxonomy: Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia Order: Primate Family: Hominidae Genus: Ardipithecus Species: Ardipithecus
ramidus Morphology: Derived Features: The more human like features of A. ramidus are
primarily in relation to locomotion and found on the lower sagittal plane of the body. A. ramidus s
pelvis resembled that of a Homo sapien: wide and short in length. This, alongside the femur and
feet of A. ramidus suggest that she was bipedal. The foot ...has a widely abducent hallux, which
was not propulsive during terrestrial bipedality. However, it lacks the highly derived
tarsometatarsal laxity and inversion in extant African apes... (Lovejoy, C. Owen etc., 2009, 326: 72
72e8). The foramen magnum... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
ramidus is native to Ethiopia, dated 4.4 5.8 million years ago. Two contrasting hypotheses may
offer some insight as to why A. ramidus is thought to be bipedal but still considered arboreal . One,
the savanna hypothesis, conjures the idea that ...the rise of African dry savanna... (Potts, 1998,
107:93 136) sparked the evolutionary transition to bipedalism and tool making within some
hominins. The other theory, the woodland/forest hypothesis, suggests ...Pliocene hominins had
evolved in and were primarily attracted to closed habitats (Potts, 1998, 107:93 136), such as the
forest habitat of A. ramidus. Both may be applicable to A. ramidus, considering her lower half
could support the savanna hypothesis, while her upper half supports the woodland/forest
hypothesis. Habitat: A. ramidus is native to northeast Ethiopia, specifically in a region known as
Aramis (in Awash River valley). Remains of A. ramidus along with other organisms of the time
suggest her habitat favors the woodland/forest hypothesis as discussed prior. The fossils ...included
wood, pollen, and microscopic silica particles... [that when paired] with data from soil isotopes...
(White, 2016) unfailingly support a woodland
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Essay on The Great Gatsby
In Class Essay
To what extent is The Great Gatsby a moral novel. Discuss.
The society our nation lives in today has developed morals and principles through the lessons
experienced from the past. The Roaring Twenties was a time of change and a chance to pave a
path for the person you wanted to become. Morals and principles served as guidelines rather than
rules and were merely preached that practiced. Thus, the severity of the immoral actions taking
place created opportunities for lessons to be learned. In his novel The Great Gatsby, F. Scott
Fitzgerald illustrated various moral lessons through the downfall and corruption of various
characters based on their immoral actions. The narrator, Nick Carraway is a young man who
throughout the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
This shows that one should never let love for another blind them from reality. Finally, after
killing Myrtle, while feeling worried and guilty Daisy allows herself to let Gatsby blame the
entire incident upon himself. She is aware of the consequences of committing a murder and yet
she flees the area leaving those around her to clean up her mess. Although she may have escaped
the outcome of her actions, Daisy would not be able to escape her guilty conscience. The Great
Gatsby illustrates the consequences of allowing your judgment to be affected by emotions and so is
definitely a moral novel.
Not only does the novel teach us to keep our judgment clear of distractions, it also demonstrates
that one should follow their own path and not others. Firstly, because Myrtle is bored with her
own life she chooses to improve her situation by dating Tom attempting to fit into his wealthy
lifestyle. With the influence of the dress her personality had also undergone a change. (33)
Myrtle flaunts the dress as if it were something of her everyday life pretending to fit into the
temporary life of material wealth. However her efforts to step onto Tom s path of riches and social
class prove hopeless as Tom treats her as merely an object of his desire. Furthermore, in order to
win back the love of his life, Gatsby dedicates most of his life to
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The Importance Of Raising Capital For The Expansion Of...
Fleek At Yours is a mobile hairdressing company based in London offering a range of hair
treatments and styles easily achieved in the comfort of the client s home. This report will analyse,
explain and evaluate the different methods of raising capital for the expansion of Fleek At Yours.
The intent is for Fleek At Yours to purchase a car, which will enable the company to reach clients
across more locations, and increase its client base, leading to an increase in profit. In addition, the
expansion will require financefor the purchase of new equipment, this will enable the businessto
increase customer satisfaction, and further lead to a rise in profit.
2.Methods of raising capital
There are a variety of ways in which a business may raise ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
...
Venture Capitalists are a company or wealthy individual who is prepared to invest in a young or
new business . Obtaining Venture Capitalist finance can be highly beneficial to a small business
as it may be able to acquire a large amount of capital, of which would not have been possible
through other methods of finance, such as a bank loan . Venture Capitalist investment is further
financially viable as a business is not obligated to repay the investment it receives. This method
of finance is based upon the investor s decision to take a risk on a business in anticipation of its
success. In addition to its financial beneficence, acquiring this form of capital can provide a small
or new business with valuable business expertise, as investors are able to provide key advice and
guidance as well as industry connections. Making better decisions can be vitally important for a
business growth .
In despite of its advantageous aspects, Venture Capitalist finance upholds the disadvantage of loss
of control for a business owner. Typically, venture capitalists will require 25% 49% of the equity
and a seat on the board so that their investment can be monitored and advice given . This results in
a partial loss of autonomy for the business as the Venture Capitalist is involved in decision making
processes, this would not be the case if an alternative source of finance was obtained. In addition,
securing Venture Capitalist investment is often a difficult and time consuming
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Analyse the effects of domestic and global free trade and...
Analyse the effects of domestic and global free trade and protection policies on the Australian
economy
Free trade is the unrestricted purchase and sale of goods and services between countries without
the imposition of protection such as tariffs and quotas. This enables economies to focus on their
core competitive advantage(s), thereby maximizing economic output and fostering income
growth for their citizens. Australian exports rose from $66.6 billion in 1990 91 to $300.4 billion
in 2012 13, with an average growth in export volumes of 4.6 per cent per annum since 1990 91.
This is reflective of Australia s proactive actions to phase out protection since the 1970s. The major
effects of domestic and global free trade and protection policies ... Show more content on
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Unfortunately, there has been poor progress in reducing agricultural protection in recent years. In
fact, if global trade liberalisation was achieved by the WTO s Doha Round, it could have boosted
Australia s agricultural exports by US$9 billion by 2020; thus displaying how highly protectionist
economies and trade blocs adversely affect the Australian economy.
Since Australia s first free trade agreement (FTA) with New Zealand in 1983, Bilateral and
Multilateral FTA s have been a great advantage and focus in securing economic prosperity for
Australia. Australia s two way trade in goods and services was A$616 bn in 2012. Australia has
seven FTAs currently in force with New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, US, Chile, ASEAN (with
New Zealand) and Malaysia. Together, these countries account for 28% of Australia s total trade,
which displays the great benefit of bilateral FTAs to the Australian economy. Additionally, there are
four bilateral FTA negotiations currently in place, two of which are substantial trading partners;
China, being Australia s largest export market (A$78.7 bn) and Japan, being Australia s second
largest export market (A$49.8 bn). The Japanese Free Trade Agreement has been negotiated, and
will be a great benefit to the Australian economy, especially the agricultural sector, for example
tariffs on beef
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The following are equally important reasons why Stalin was...
The following are equally important reasons why Stalin was able to hold onto power in the Soviet
Union:
The purges and show trials
The secret police
Propaganda and the cult of personality
Stalin s economic policies.
Explain how far you agree with this statement.
Stalin used to methods to hold onto power in the Soviet Union these were fear / coercion and
persuasion / consent. If people were not persuaded by Stalin s personality and economic policies
they would be scared into supporting him.
From the outset Stalin was particularly aware of his image and the importance and power of
propaganda. He came to power partly as a result of his creation of a cult of Leninism and by ...
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An example was the first of the great show trials where sixteen old Bolsheviks and hero s of the
civil war including Kamenev and Zinoveiv were but on trial accused of being directly responsible
for the assassination of Kirov, a popular leading Communist, in 1934. Although Historians believe
it is more likely that Stalin was responsible for the murder and extremely unlikely that Zinoveiv or
Kamenev had anything to do with it. They all confessed to their crimes.
Stalin propagated an image of himself as the father / protector of the nation with posters and
statues of himself in many Russian town and cities. He also ruthlessly controlled the media to
ensure that the Russian people were only given such information as he saw fit. An example of this
is the fact that Trotsky s vehement criticisms of Stalin from the various countries he lived in abroad
were kept from the Russia people and indeed Trotsky who had been true hero of the revolution
was blamed by Stalin for much of Russia s problems at the time. Trotsky is also a good example
of Stalin s use of terror when propaganda alone would not succeed since ultimately unable to silence
Trotsky in another way Stalin had him assassinated.
In the same way Stalin could not bear any challenges to his authority and
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  • 2. Taking a Look at the Britannia Panopticon The Britannia Panopticon is not the sort of heritage you walk about gazing at while thinking, Isn t that pretty , admitted the music hall s preservation director Judith Bowers. She claims that a truly restored Panopticon would have to reflect its thousand strong poor and even rough audience, paying tribute to the folk who frequented the theatreover its long history. The Panopticon was built in 1857 on the site of an old warehouse by the partnership of little known architect Thomas Gildard and his brother in law H.M. McFarlane. The building, which was born as a music hall and can be counted among the first to get electricity in Glasgow, became one of the earliest establishments to be put into moving picture. It also housed freak shows, carnivals, waxworks and even an indoor zoo attracting a diverse audience. It came to be called a people s theatre in the hands of its most notable owner A.E. Pickard a notorious business man, millionaire and quite the eccentric person. Unblemished or nearly intact purpose built theatres from an early age are extremely rare in Britain. This is due to the fact that theatres that were failing financially were razed by the dozens in order to sell the land. Even financially successful theatres were razed so that they could be rebuilt bigger and better. Consequently, Britannia Music Hall, one of the few remaining examples of a nineteenth century music hall, is worth restoration and preservation. Other historic theatre buildings, like the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. The SCC Carter V. Canada (Attorney General) The SCC Carter case of 2015, known as Carter v. Canada (Attorney General), deals with the controversial question of whether or not the prohibition of assisted suicide is a violation of a Canadian s right to life, liberty, and security. Under section 241 of the Criminal Code, it prohibits in the act of assisting another to commit suicide. The appellants argue that this prohibition is cruel on competent adults who have the mental capacity to consent to their own deaths and who are suffering from a medical condition that causes them endured suffering and pain. One of the appellants is Gloria Taylor, who was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), which causes deteriorating voluntary muscles, preventing her from moving or even breathing... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The plaintiffs (and the appellants), Carter et al., have pushed into saying that s.7 and s.15 do not qualify under s.1 of the Charter, while the defendant (and respondent), the Attorney General of Canada, believe that it does. To understand the reasoning behind the Supreme Court s decision, one must first examine what s.1 is truly about. Under the Charter, s.1 is a limitation clause that allows for the restrictions of rights and freedoms in certain situations. According to Neil Boyd, there are two part test to this section in order to determine whether a law could allow for an overturn of a right: 1) the limits must be reasonable and prescribed by law, and 2) the limits must be justified in a free and democratic society (109). R. v. Oakes (1986) sets out the Oakes Test that provides a further outlook at how s.1 may apply, asking that the objective of the law must be pressing and substantial, and that it must be propionate. This proportionality must have a rational connection between the law and its purpose, it must have minimal impairment, and there must be a balance between the negative effects of the limitation vs the positive effects of the law. The Supreme Court agrees with the trial judge who finds that the prohibition lacks the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Marketing New Product Marketing New Product Assignment Case 1 Introduction: This case is largely based on Vanessa O Connell, Food for Thought: How Campbell Saw a Breakthrough Menu Turn into Leftovers, the goals we need to reach is to gain the understanding of this company, why they can get the innovation and how they can manage it, also we can learn the experience of this company. The back ground of the company: In 1990, Campbell Soup was the undisputed leader among U.S. soup manufacturers, with a market share of over 75 percentages. Soup consumption, however, was levelling off, and top management was looking for opportunities for growth in related markets. Competitors such as ConAgra ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... By fall 1997, Campbell announced plans to sell IQ Meals. For using the correct strategy, in 2012, Campbell announced plans to buy Bolthouse Farms, a maker of juices, salad dressings and baby carrots, for $1.55 billion. Analysts saw this as an attempt to reach younger, more affluent consumers. Reference: Collins, Douglas (1994). America s Favorite Food: The Story of Campbell Soup Company. Harry N. Abrams, Inc. Shea, Martha Esposito, and Mathis, Mike (2002). Images of America: Campbell Soup Company. Arcadia Publishing. Wikipedia,Campbell Soup Company. Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki /Campbell_Soup_Company#Recalls case 2: Introduction: In this case, you and your classmates play the role of the marketing department in a firm involved in new product development. This case we link each other in different department and position. We have different duties. How to coordinate our ideas in company, Background of the company: My firm is struggling with instituting team based product development, and over the last several months several of the marketing staff has been placed on product teams with personnel from engineering, design, and manufacturing. We need find the way to get more solutions. All open about their opinions and participate in the discussion of the views of others. This way .they will strive to come up with solutions that are actually workable, and weed out the pie in the sky ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Emergency Medical Technician School As I walked toward the bright red sign that flashed emergency, I had no idea that I was about to witness the fragility of life. About a half an hour after my clinical shift began the rapid response alarm blared through the emergency room speakers. I was excited. In my previous shifts I had worked with the rapid response team. During rapid responses more extensive medical procedures are performed, and as a student I got to see and do a lot more. Once I reached the recess room, most of the team was already there preparing for the arrival of the patient. It s a STEMI announced one of the nurses who was on the phone with firefighter s that were bringing him in. After she announced this fright ran through my veins. I had never seen someone who... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... His heart had stopped beating. It is hard to describe how I felt in that moment as I am still trying to process my emotions. I remember turning away from the table where the patient lay lifeless, and staring at the sink in the far corner. A single tear rolled down by flushed face. Suddenly, I felt as if my throat was closing in on itself. After a few deep breaths I turned around and began to focus only on the medical treatment being provided. The storm of emotions that was brewing inside of me was kept at bay for the moment. Instantly, I became infatuated with all of the medical procedures that were being performed, central lines, chest compressions, and intubation were all unfolding before my eyes. Watching a code is nothing like how it is portrayed in the movies. Everyone is extremely calm and precise in their actions. Seeing a human heart be shocked is something that I will never forget. When a heart is being shocked, the whole room stops. Time stops. Everyone has their eyes glued to the monitor hoping to see a rhythm appear. A rhythm didn t appear. I will never forget his skin turning into a grey blue pallor. It is a color I will never forget, for this is the color of imminent death. Compressions begin again, and then it is my turn. I am still shocked that I was able to find the courage to hop up on the stool and deliver chest ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Gender Roles In Fun Home Amir Barati American Culture Prof. Shiu Fun Home: Bechdel s Neo Detective Novel of Gender Crime The narration in Alison Bechdel s Fun Home can be categorized as a significant neo detective one in many ways. Like every detective story, a suspicious death is deriving the whole narrative, but in a fantastically fresh form. There is a mysterious home, and the mystery lies in the minds and secrets of its residents. The significance of this novel lies in the fact that the narrator is one of the main suspected criminals. The novel is psychologically attentive, witty, with wonderful techniques of psychological observations. Unlike the traditional detective stories, this novel does not offer a startling denouement, however, it brings about a deep understanding of gender which is quite unique in its kind. The uniqueness lies ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Here, the death of the father is not a conventional one. The father is already dead when living with the family. Bechdel s father is dead in the sense that he has always been trying to hide the secret of his sexual orientation. Bechdel feels her father s metaphysical death despite his constant physical presence and the ubiquitous marks of his lab (Fantasia 10). Therefore, she tries to understand what ЕЅiЕѕek calls a symbolic death. That is the symbolic death that makes Bechdel more concerned and not the accident that killed the father because the accident was the result of that symbolic death. As ЕЅiЕѕek states that everybody must die twice (1989, 148). So, a person can be biologically alive, while symbolically dead (2010, 292 8) and this is the same thing that we see in this novel. The father is always concerned with the real of the dead. The father is always playing with the objects and do not pay enough attention to the children. The father is always ashamed of his homosexuality and tries to hide ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Muslims In Memphis Muslim Community in Memphis Memphis knows for its diversity of religions. According to bestplace.net web. Religion statistic of Memphis; the religious people in Memphis are more than half the Memphis s population. Memphis largest religion is Catholic, and the smallest religion is Islam. 63.74% of the people in Memphis, Tennessee are religious, meaning they affiliate with religion. 6.76% are Catholic; 0.64% are LDS; 13.28% are another Christian faith; 0.93% in Memphis, Tennessee are Jewish; 0.72% are an eastern faith; 0.48% affiliated with Islam. Memphis has a small society of Muslims, but it s growing fast each year. According to Wicipedia.org. Web. Muslim is the follower of the religion of Islam. Islam is Abrahamic, Celestial, and Monotheism ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... America will not become great by spreading hatred or by spreading fear. America will not become great by cutting itself off from its neighbors. America will not raise the torch of liberty by breaking up families and denying treatment to the sick, said Yasir Qadhi, with the Islamic Center of Memphis. On the day, you leave office; we will make America great again. Abdallah Altareb one of the Muslim protesters Abdallah was holding the American flag. He is from one of the countries that banned Yemen. He is twelve years old, and he came to Memphis when he was six years. He said, It s not America without diversity, he said, You can t judge a book by its cover so you can t judge every Muslim by one group of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Global Organizational Structure Is The Way A Company As trade increases hyper competition grows forcing organizations to go global. By a company going global it requires them to rethink strategy and reform (Ananthram and Pearson, 2008). Global organizational structure is the way a company aims to merge local preferences with global strategy. The definition of global strategy is strategic choices that have the characteristics of being globally uniform or integrated, (Yip et al., 1997) such as standardization of products, uniform marketing, and competitive moves, but all globally (Townsend et al., 2004; Zou and Cavusgil, 2002; Bayraktar and Ndubisi, 2014). Global strategic strategy is a way to adjust to globalization. Globalization is the economic and social process by which economies and communities grow inextricably interdependent (Jhirad et al., 2009). The recent financial crisis (Das, 2010), large amount of poverty, and climate change are all problems that show how the world is globally connected because all countries impact each other (Jhirad et al., 2009). Research Methodology This research is qualitative. When the research focuses on fields such as human behavior, strategy configuration, and policy assessment the qualitative approach is recognized as the appropriate scientific method (Tilaki and Hedayati, 2015;Polkinghorne, 1991). This study will examine the organizational structure of the United Nations in order to come to a conclusion as to a more efficient structure that could have been used during the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Examples Of Summarize Findings Summarize Findings The most reactive substance in this lab was the crushed liver core, it produced the most amount of heat, bubbles, and the biggest flame during the glowing splint test. The manganese dioxide and the liver core were also very reactive and they both produced a flame during the glowing splint test. Next, the potato core produced a slight reaction, but it was not as extreme as the other substances. Finally, just the hydrogen peroxide and the boiled liver core had no reaction and did not produce a flameduring the glowing splint test. Sources of error A few sources of error may have occurred during this lab, one of the main sources of error could have been mixing up which liver is which. This could drastically affect the conclusions ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... What effect would adding HCl or NaOH to the liver or potato have? Clearly explain your reasoning. It would change the pH of the liver or potato as HCl is very acidic and NaOH is very basic. Changes in pH can denature the protein in the enzymes which could result in no reaction. For most enzymes, they require a very specific pH, so when a solution becomes too acidic or too basic, no reaction can occur as the enzyme will become denatured by the abrupt change in pH. 6. What effect would slightly cooling or heating the test tube have? Slightly cooling or heating the test tube could also result in the proteins in the enzymes becoming denatured by the changes in the temperature. Enzymes also require very specific temperatures to function properly, so if the temperature changed too dramatically no reaction would occur. If the change in temperature was not dramatic, it could just affect the rate of reaction, so it might slow down the reaction, but the reaction would eventually occur. 7. Name and discuss two examples of commercial or industrial uses of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Corporate Governance and the 2012 Failure of the Hastie... Title: Corporate Governance and the 2012 Failure of the Hastie Group (ASX) Assignment Topic: An outline of, and brief discussion of the importance of, the bases or criteria for the review of the organisation s governance (eg, refer to which standards or guiding principles are relevant for the review) and why you need to use them. A brief critical review of the relevance of concepts, principles, standards or other tools and techniques learnt during this subject, in conducting your review A list of recommendations for improvement based on your review Word Count:(Introduction to Conclusion) 2,445 Executive Summary: Hastie Group was an ASX listed Engineering Group that entered into voluntary administration on May 28th 2012.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... At the least the board will have operated outside the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations (ASX 2010, p13 49). These principles form the basis of good corporate governance ideas in Australia and are designed to optimise corporate performance and accountability (ASX 2010, p5) and draw from the if not why not philosophy. The board of Hastie have appeared to failed in all four key functions of the board (Tricker 2012, p174, Fig 7.1) being Strategy Formulation, Policymaking, Monitoring amp; Supervision and Accountability which could reasonably be judged that the Hastie Board of Directors had operated outside of 7 of the 8 principles (the only Principle seemingly being observed was Principle 8 Remunerate fairly and responsibly) (ASX 2010, p40) described so the review will focus on Principles 3 and 4. Principle 3 Promote ethical and responsible decision making (ASX 2010 p22) The ASX recommends in Principle 3 that companies should actively promote ethical and responsible decision making, in part by clarifying the standards of ethical behaviour required of the board, senior executives and all employees and encourage the observance of those standards. The Hastie Group was a decentralised business and relied on good corporate policy that could reach across geographic and business unit boundaries and they in fact had such a statement Code of Business Conduct last reviewed by the board ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Scottish Wildlife Trust Essay The Scottish Wildlife Trust manages a network of 120 wildlife reserves across Scotland. Their main aim is to aid in preserving and maintaining healthy ecosystems throughout Scotland s land and seas. Possil Marsh is one of such wildlife reserves, located in the north of Glasgow. Ecology and Conservation students from the University Glasgow visited the reserve on Friday the 14th of October 2016. The intention of this excursion was for students to see first hand the variety of wildlife which inhibits the reserve and take into consideration the processes of management. This refers to preserving the area whilst still making it accessible to the public. With an area of 78.2 acres, Possil marsh contains a large quantity and variety of habitats to support the inhabiting species. The reserve has a shallow freshwater loch, providing suitability for water birds and many other animals. This water is surrounded by a combination of vegetation including marsh, swamp and fen, with areas of willow scrub and grassland. The fen and swamp areas support locally rare plants specific to this site. The reserve is also proved to be an important staging post during the spring and autumn migration for warblers and waterfowl. There is path accessible from the Forth Clyde towpath and around the perimeter of the reserve which is available for visitors to use. (SNH, 2007) Upon arrival of the reserve my initial expectations were already contradicted. Although I was aware that the reserve was near the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Performance Evaluation Of The Medium Access Control STATEMENT OF WORK Vehicular Communication Systems are designed to enhance safety, comfort and intelligence for divers and autonomous driving. The system enables communication between vehicles and between the vehicle and roadside units in order to avoid traffic congestions and accidents in a collaborative way. Two sets of standards, i.e. IEEE802.11p and IEEE 1609 series are proposed for this purpose including technical specifications for vehicular communications and networking. This project is focused on the performance evaluation of the medium access control (MAC) protocols for both vehicle to vehicle and vehicle to infrastructure communications. The network throughput in relation to back off window size and other technical factors at the physical layers such as modulation and coding schemes and at the network and resource management layers will be examined. The differentiation in protocol coordination and parameter setting between V2V and V2I will be identified and analysed accordingly. INTRODUCTION Over the past couple of years, vehicular communication has become one of the most active research areas of many academic research groups and automotive industries, owing to its unique advantages and numerous applications. Also, research in this area has gained keen interest and support from major safety organizations and governments since a well structured vehicular network system provides safety for passengers, efficient and reliable transportation system and infotainment ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Methods And Disadvantages And Disadvantages Of... a) The UML is the collective brainchild of Grady Booch, Ivar Jacobson and Jim Rumbaugh known as three world renowned object oriented technologists who combined their efforts to create a standard method for capturing and visualizing object oriented designs. Over the past four years, UML has been one of those buzzwords in the software community that has found itself on the same hot list as Java, XML and .NET. UML stands as a powerful and capable method for designing software. b)Use case Diagrams A utilize the event outline communicates how a client could utilization an article or framework. In the diagram, those possibility client is spoke to by a stick figure, called a actor symbol, and the Different utilization instances are symbolized Toward... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The data is not accessible to the outside world and only those functions which are wrapped in the class can access it. The insulation of the data from direct access by the program is called data hiding or information hiding. Data Abstraction: Abstraction refers to the act of representing essential features without including the background details or explanations. Classes use the concept of abstraction and are defined as a list of abstract attributes such as size, weight and cost, and functions to operate on these attributes. Since the classes use the concept of data abstraction, they are known as Abstract Data Types. c) During analysis, you try to determine which objects you need and how to organise them. You also need to know what they have to contain, how they behave and how they interact with other objects. During design, you take the analyzed objects and add constraints to make them fit within the software and hardware that you are developing for. Basically, you re adjusting the object model to fit within the technology that you ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. The Elemental Exploration Of A Salt And Salt Solution, And... Project A: The elemental exploration of the behavior of iron in physiological conditions, the acquisition of solid copper from a salt and salt solution, and the synthesis and crystallization of aluminum. Introduction: Iron is an essential element in the human body. It can be found in the hemoglobin and transferrin of the bloodstream, and in myoglobin in muscle tissue. The main purpose of iron is to transfer oxygen within the body. To gain iron, humans must consume a diet that consist abundantly of iron such as leaf vegetables, fish, beans, etc. Absorption of iron is especially important because less than 15% of iron in daily diets are absorbed and used (Jacobs 1971). The formation of iron (II) occurs in the stomach because of its low ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Because synthesis requires multiple steps to make a desired reaction, the yield is lower than other synthesis. On the first day, if the substances have a significant amount of precipitate, then the substance will require a greater number of drops of sodium hydroxide than substances with an insignificant amount of substrate. On the second day, if the starting reactants affect the yield of the product then obtaining solid copper from a salt will result in a greater yield. If aluminum foil is the limiting reactant of the experiment, then the percent yield will increase as the amount of foil increases. Materials/Methods: Project A, Day 1 In Part 1, 50 milliliters of 5% sodium hydroxide solution was obtained and observed in a 100 mL beaker and 30 milliliters of pH 2 dissolved iron solution was also obtained and observed in a 50 mL beaker. To observe the behavior of dissolved iron with sodium hydroxide, 5 milliliters of pH 2 dissolved iron was transferred to a large test tube. Drops of 5% solution of sodium hydroxide were slowly added and monitored for physical changes. A glass stir rod was used to transfer a small amount of solution onto pH paper in between drops of 5% solution of sodium hydroxide until the solution had a pH of 8. In Part II, 5 milliliters of dissolved iron was placed in a large test tube. To test the effect of different additive substances on dissolved iron, .2 grams of methionine was added to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Mi Hogar Contiene London Rhetorical Analysis Mi hogar contiene la memoria de mi niГ±ez y el ser una persona ingenua sin saber las realidades de la vida. Contiene el amor que yo le tengo a las puestas del sol, al perdГіn y a la sabidurГa, tambiГ©n contiene el recuerdo de que todo tiene un final, incluyendo el dГa. La razГіn por cual mi hogar abriГі un aleph tiene que ver con lo vulnerable que me ha hecho. Upon entering my home, you will stumble upon my raw soul. On my front door, which I consider the first thing a person will notice about me reads, ... it is not right that we hold a grudge in our hearts ... (Truman Capote). I chose this as my welcome sign to represent my will to forgive, and my effort to remove the negative thoughts and emotions out of my life by letting go of the harm done... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I have chosen 300 Violin Orchestra by Jorge Quintero. As a child, my mother would play classical music for me because the doctor recommended it. Recently I read studies that brought to light the capability of focusing and recapturing what has been studied could be better done if the student listened to wordless songs i.e. classical music, while studying. When I gave it a try I realized my focus increased and just stuck to it. The song mentioned above represents me in such way that I had previously listened to classical and when I reconnected to it for school purposes I realized I had found my home in music. I chose that specific song because although it includes violin it provides this sense of modernity and really enlightens my mood. Por otra ventana, a la cual yo considero ventanas al alma, se observa el refrГЎn El que no trabaja por lo que quiere, no merece lo que desea . Para mГ eso significa el tener que esforzarte para alcanzar y cumplir tus metas. En mi vida diaria eso es evidente en la escuela, porque el tener calificaciones buenas no solo se ganan, si no se debe ser diligente y cumplir todos los requisitos, es poner doble esfuerzo y tomar todas las ventajas que la vida te permite, aunque incluya renunciar tu verano para salir ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. The Night Of The Lake The ride across the lake was everything Rose had imagined and more. She even thought she might have seen the giant squid poke up out of the water. She tried to point it out to Albus, but it had disappeared when he looked over. They finally pulled up to the shore and began following Hagrid up the grounds to the castle. It was so much bigger than she had imagined. It s so big, Albus said in awe. I was just thinking the same thing, Rose replied. The students sidled up to the entrance. The doors opened and Hagrid shepherded the student into the Hall. Professor Longbottom will be with you in a moment to explain what will happen next. If any of you ever need someone to talk to or a cup o tea, you can always come find me, Hagrid said looking directly at Rose and Albus. Just then, Uncle Neville (no wait, Professor Longbottom, Rose had to get used to calling him that) came down the big flight of stairs. Welcome to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry! I am Professor Longbottom, Head of Gryffindor House! I know some of you and I can t wait to get to know the rest of you in due time. In just a moment, you will enter the Great Hall and we will begin the Sorting ceremony. You will be placed into one of the four houses: Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin. As I was told my first year at Hogwarts, your house will be like your family. You can earn points for your house by being good students and good people. You can also lose points from your house if you ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Deaf Lip Reading After taking two years of Sign Language, it is an absolute eye opener into the deaf world. Being deaf would be an amazing experience! Without being able to hear, a person would not hear all the noise pollution in the world. Cars driving by a house can be loud, a mall could be loud, and people doing construction down the street from a home can be loud. Being on a cramped plane with smelly chatty people and whiny babies, would be a whole lot better without having to hear everything going on. With all these obnoxious noises in the world, having no hearing would make the world seem peaceful. Many people who are deaf become good at lip reading people who cannot sign or do not know how to communicate with a deaf person very well. Reading lips is a handy trait because you can find out people s secrets. Lip reading would be an especially good trait for police to have, when possibly trying to pick a terrorist out of a crowd who may very well be explaining his plan or passing information onto an accomplice. Most deaf people know sign language, a beautiful language, along with great hand coordination. Signing, believe it or not, uses a lot of hand strength. Fingerspelling can make a person s hand tired... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Going for a walk in the woods would be very peaceful and relaxing, for a deaf or blind person. Being deaf and going for a walk in the woods would help a person take in all the enhanced beautiful colors around them, the feeling of the plants, and the smell of fresh air. For a blind person there would be enhanced sounds of nature, feeling of plants and insects, and the smell of clean oxygen. Being blind or deaf can have many advantages or disadvantages, but depending on a person s point of view they will see it as a completely awful situation, or a completely amazing situation. There is always a way to look at the positives and these are just some of the great advantages to having unique ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Speech On Superpowers If superpowers are concerned, there is nothing more cool than these. Welcome to watchmojo.com. Today, we will count with the Top 10 of the best superpowers. Andrew, we can fly. In this list, we will see superpowers from a variety of sources, whether comics, movies or television. It s time for a beating. It s catchy, is not it? Number 10: Super speed. Is it a teleporter? No, it s just fast. And when I met him, I was not so young. Speaking of never being late. With supervelocicidad, can arrive to any side at any time and have time to stop on the way. Superheroes like Flash and Quicksilver brought this power to the limit with the ability to create whirlwinds and break the barrier of time, among other great skills. Be careful, Barry. You ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... With telekinesis, also known like psychokinesis, there are no limits for what they can move or do with the mind. A thought can move a pencil across the table or crush a car as if it were cotton candy. POWER WITH NO LIMITS (2012) 20TH CENTURY FOXDo not you reach the lightsaber? Problem solved. STAR WARS: EPISODE V THE EMPIRE CONTRAATACA Do you need to contain a giant wave to save his friends? Ready. We do not want to know what happens when someone with telekinesis has a headache. I do not want to fix it. X MEN: THE FINAL BATTLE (2006) Before revealing to number 1, here are some mentions of honor. FLEXIBILITY PIROQUINESIS VISION OF X RAYS MAN OF STEEL (2013) WARNER BROS Honey ... ANIMAL CONTROL THE LORD OF THE BEAST (1982) METRO GOLDWYN MAYER Number 1: Traveling in time. Why not give life a spark? traveling to another time? Back to the past to amend a mistake perhaps. I will never get there in time to change. Or go to the future to see what happens to what they do now. There is no need to be so serious. Why not visit your character historical favorite Or use knowledge of the future for your benefit? He projects Bishop days ago to warn ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Argumentative Essay On Decriminalization Of Marijuana Marijuana use is nothing new, as the earliest record of its use dates as far back as 4,000 BC (source red). Initially spelled marihuana, it is also known by a wide variety of street names, such as weed, pot, Mary Jane, and ganja. Typically smoked or ingested for the psychoactive effects that alter perception and mood, marijuana derives from the cannabisplant. Ironically, despite being a part of various cultures for centuries, various aspects of marijuana use as a regulated and taxed business, a candidate for decriminalization, or a health problem , are front page news topic in the United States. The debate over marijuana use cuts across numerous demographics and party lines. Composed of the buds and leaves of the dried flowers from the Cannabis plant, many argue that its natural source attributes make it appropriate for lawful usage. However, since marijuana contains a mind altering (psychoactive) chemical, delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol, better known as THC, a multitude of factors need to be considered and analyzed before legalization can occur (National Institute on Drug Abuse). Currently, 29 states and the District of Columbia permit the medical use of marijuana, while eight states have legally approved taxation and regulation of recreational marijuana. Given the intense debate over these issues and the prevalence of marijuana use in the United States, policy makers at the federal, state, and local level as well as those in the fields of law enforcement, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. A Brief Note On The Athlete s Training Program Essay Periodization in Bodybuilding You may ask why the use of periodization in training programs? , well the goal of periodization is to help maximize what you gain of your training while reducing the risk of getting injured in the long term. The way this is done is with an intelligently designed training year program that contains smaller blocks of time that each has its specific goal and priority. This kind of overall schedule includes many aspects of an athlete s training program and it may include specific training such as; strength training, conditioning, plyometric, and also any specific sport activities. However in this essay I will specify the use of periodization in bodybuilding which is a sport that has become very popular in recent times. What is Periodization? In simple terms, Periodization is the planning and organization of training. When periodization is used in sport, it is usually used based on achieving specific goals such as gaining maximal physical capabilities (strength, power, speed, etc...) for a given period of competition. For example in bodybuilding, the training may be planned around a specific competition. In bodybuilding periodization is not an unusual thing, in fact most bodybuilders periodize their training anyway and this is to reach their specific goal whether it is to reduce body fat or bring up a lagging body part. Generally speaking, if you have an aim to reach a goal by a given time, then in actual fact you are using periodization. This is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. The Expense of Owning a Horse Horses are expensive animals to have around and knowing exactly how expensive before you rush out and buy one is imperative. Usually the cheaper part of getting a horse is the actual purchase price. Horses can cost anywhere between a few hundred to thousands of pounds depending on the type and breed of the horse, the age, who is selling the horse and why, how much training he s had and how experienced he is. Buying a horse from a private seller Buying from a private seller rather than a trainer, breeder or dealer can be a way to get a good deal and save money. Private sellers often advertise in newspapers, on bulletin boards of tack stores or on buy and sell websites. If you re inexperienced with horses be sure to bring along someone you trust when seeing a horse. An experienced horseperson will be able to tell if the animal is good for you and whether or not it seems to have any behavioural problems. If your expert feels the horse is sound and good for you, then a vet will determine if the animal is health and suitable for what you want to use it for. Some of the better reasons private owners sell their horses are a change in finances resulting in the horse being too expensive to keep, moving and not being able to take the horse with them, wanting to replace a beginner s horse with a seasoned show animal, children moving out of the house and leaving no one to ride the horse or just generally losing interest in the hobby. Unfortunately people also sell horses for less ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Union Supporting Toronto Garbage Collection Employees... The report will present a case between union supporting Toronto garbage collection employees against the city of Toronto. With the current situation where strike action has been in place, approximately 28,000 employees will be off work. Unfortunately, communication on the both side has not been successful and an arbitration has been arranged to hear the proposition of both sides and to come with a possible solution to prevent further action which could cost the city in many ways. The purpose of this report is to understand the process on how the negotiation especially in a more legal environment collective bargaining happens. The negotiation is at the stage of arbitration. First part will brief the negotiation and bargaining process. Role play gives a feel of live experience in the learning environment where each participant will address their responsibility and self reflection is presented throughout the report. The aim is to decide on the starting positions and the bottom lines, or lowest point of each party will accept the deal. Consider the objectives and emotional motivation of each party. Listen to a sequence of proposals and possible counter proposals. Negotiations Being successful at negotiating requires one to consider the various styles: win win, win lose, lose win, lose lose, no deal and compromise negotiation. Each is unique in its outcome and business associates must consider their end goal of the negotiation and when each style of negotiation is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. ready Stamford University Bangladesh MBA Program, Dhanmondi Campus Cost and Management Accounting Course Teacher: Shahadat Hosan, E mail: shad@asia.com Relevant Cost for Decision Making Exercise 13 8: Bed and Bath, a retailing company has two departments, Hardware and Linens. A recent monthly contribution format income statement for the month follows: Department TotalHardwareLinens Sales$ 40,00,000 $ 30,00,000 $ 10,00,000 Variable expenses 13,00,000 9,00,000 4,00,000 Contribution margin 27,00,000 21,00,000 6,00,000 Fixed expense 22,00,000 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Thus, the completed analysis would be: Make Buy Total cost, as above......................................... . $570,000 $630,000 Rental value of the space (opportunity cost) ....... 80,000 ............ Total cost, including opportunity cost ................. $650,000 $630,000 Net advantage in favor of buying .......................... $20,000 Problem 13 21: Birth Company normally produces and sells 30,000 units of RG 6 each month. RG 6 is a small electrical relay used as a component part in the automotive industry. The selling price is $ 22 per unit, variable costs are $ 14 per unit. Fixed manufacturing overhead costs total $ 1, 50,000 per month, and fixed selling costs total $ 30,000 per month. Employment contract strikes in the companies that purchase the bulk of the RG 6 units have caused Birch Company s sales to temporarily drop to only 8,000 units per month. Birch Company estimates that the strikes will last for the two months, after which time sales of RG 6 should return ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Essay On Separation Of Powers When the Constitution was written, the ultimate goal of the Founding Fathers was to prevent tyranny and oppressive government. In order to achieve this remarkable goal, the Founders made the decision to adopt the concept of Separation of Powers. In the Constitution, Separation of Powers is essentially the distribution of power among the three government branches: the legislative, the executive, and the judicial. Despite how is has changed and grown, the concept of Separation of Powerscontinues to be just as important as it was when the Founders wrote the Constitution because of its raised relevance due to current issues. The Separation of Powers was incredibly important to the Founders. For example, James Madison, a Founding Father and author or many of the Federalist papers states that The accumulation of all powers, legislative, judiciary, in the hands, whether of one, a few, or many, and whether the hereditary, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Yet little do they know that there is a concept of government designed specifically for the purpose of protecting them from tyranny. Separation of Powers and its counterpart, Checks and Balances, were created to prevent dictatorship or monarchy. For example, Checks and Balances allows government branches to check on each other, to make sure all of the branches of government remain constitutional. In modern day, this is incredibly important, especially in occurrences such as when Congress had not agreed on allowing same sex marriage nationwide, but the Supreme Court, finding this decision unconstitutional as it stripped citizens of their rights, in an act of Judicial Review, declared that same sex marriage would be allowed throughout America. Checks and Balances and Separation of Powers both enabled the Judicial Branch to check on the others, and as they found them deep in acts of unconstitutionality, the Judicial Branch was able to take ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Essay about Lucid Dreaming An individual obtains about seven to eight hours sleeping per night and according to the dream encyclopedia (2009) we spend approximately one third of our lives in a state of sleep, much of the night filled with dreams (p.16). Judith Duerk, who is a well renowned writer, refers to a dream as an alternate course which can change a person s entire life. The Dream Encyclopedia points out that the meaning of a dream would be, a spiritual world distant from the physical, in no way demeaning their definition, but a dream is a way to motivate a person spiritually in order to physically and mentally prepare oneself to fulfill his or her goals, by an act of visualization and imagination while asleep. A dream brings you are a step closer to... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Dreaming has and will exist for millions of years and will exist as long as people exist but our dreams will be depicted based on our own individual aspects on life. Dreaming yet leads to satisfaction but a better understanding of what a person may want or need, in terms of life, resulting in a form of organizing ones long term or short term goals. A dictionary of any kind, by any person, of any edition would define lucid dreaming in similar ways, by using words such as conscious, aware, recognize, and dream state. According to, Lucid Dreaming dreams of clarity (2009) Frederik willem van Eeden who was a Dutch psychiatrist, who introduced lucid dreaming at the meeting of the Society for Psychical Research held on 22 April 1913. Holzinger and Brigitte (2009) concluded that the phenomenon of lucid dreaming was already known in earlier historical periods and descriptions can be found in writings of Aristotle . Stephen Laberge published a book titled, Lucid Dreaming , which listed yet, explained the history and origins of lucid dreaming. His book, Lucid Dreaming (1999) stated that the origins and history of lucid dreaming were as follows Aristotle, St.Augustine, Tibetan dream yogis, Spanish Sufi Ibn El Arabi, Hervey de Saint Denys, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. My Wicked Wicked Ways Poem My Wicked Wicked Ways is a simple poem if you read it quickly, but after reading every stanza and analyzing it you feel the complexity of it, every line of every stanza adds a different taste to the poem, completes the painting, and with the last stanza the poet puts its magical touches to it. I will start by identifying the subject of the poem, and then like every poem I will discuss the meter of the poem, with the rhymeschemes and any figurative language if the poet used them. The poem starts with This is my father (Cisneros 1) which shows the poets connection with her father, her past, her childhood See? He is young (Cisneros 2), while reading this stanza, you start to imagine the poet holding a small, old and non colored picture of her as a child, defining every detail of her father s looks He looks like Errol Flynn (Cisneros 3), Errol Flynn was a handsome actor, he was known as a womanizer, which is what she thinks her father was, in the picture her father is wearing a hat, that leans over one of his eyes, a well suited suit, and some tow toned shoes. Those shoes her mother doesn t like, my mother hates (Cisneros 11), the writer used the word hates, which shows that there was an argument about the shoes but it wasn t a big argument to mention. The second stanza, the poet moves to talking about her mother Here is my mother. (Cisneros 12), but doesn t identify her looks, or her cloths, rather than describing her as she is not crying She is not crying. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Persuasive Essay On A Driverless Car You re riding in a driverless car with a loved one. It s cruising down a one way, single lane road with a barricade to the left and a wall to the right. Just a few feet ahead, three pedestrians are hurrying across a crosswalk even though it s flashing a red signal. The driverless vehicle s wheels are faster than the pedestrians feet, and a collision is inevitable. What should happen next? Should the vehicle know to swerve into a wall and sacrifice its passengers to avoid the pedestrians, or should it protect its passengers at all costs? A new study, published in the journal Science on Thursday, presented that scenario, and others, to about 2,000 people in a series of six surveys. Opinion: Why your grandkids won #39;t drive Opinion: Why your grandkids won t drive The surveys revealed that the majority of respondents believed autonomous vehicles should be programmed to be utilitarian, attempting to save the most lives (in this case, the pedestrians) while sacrificing as few as possible (the passengers), said Jean Francois Bonnefon, a psychological scientist at the Toulouse School of Economics in France and a co author of the study. Yet, most respondents also indicated that they would not want to purchase a vehicle that was programmed to be utilitarian. Google: Driverless cars only in 11 accidents Google: Driverless cars only in 11 accidents 03:09 The surveys showed that 76% of respondents believed it is more moral for a driverless vehicle to sacrifice one passenger rather than 10 pedestrians when faced with such a scenario. However, 81% of respondents said they would rather own a car that protected them and their family members at all costs. For the study, conducted between June and November, 1,928 survey respondents were recruited online and presented with crash scenarios as well as questions gauging their personal opinions about riding in an autonomous vehicle and their likelihood of buying one. We were surprised that so many people expressed a strong moral preference for cars that would kill them, as passengers, for the greater good, Bonnefon said. [We were] even more surprised that so many people would renounce buying a driverless car if there was a regulation in place that would force them to buy ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Gorillas in the Mist Summary Chapter 1: Dian Fossey plans a trip for seven weeks to Africa where she will study gorillas and meet scientists Louis and Mary Leakey. Fossey goes with the Leakey s to look at a giraffe fossil at an excavation site. She ends up falling into the ditch where the fossil was, breaking her ankle and throwing up all over the fossil. After two weeks of recovering, Fossey goes to study gorillas with Alan Root, a photographer, and his wife, Joan. After watching the gorillas, Fossey returns to her hometown, Louisville, Kentucky. Dr. Leakey then offers Fossey an opportunity to study gorillas in Africa for a long period of time, and it will be completely free for Fossey. Fossey agrees and once again begins her trip to Africa. She goes out with her... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She says another man named Paulin Nkubili worked hard to stop the killing of gorillas for trophies. According to Fossey, this man has been pretty successful in his work to stop poaching and trophy hunting. Fossey concludes the chapter by stating that much of her information was learned by trial and error. For example, she learned the gorillas respected her more if she studied them while on her hands and knees rather than standing upright. Chapter 4: In chapter 4, Fossey begins to give names to the groups and individuals she is studying. The chapter introduces most of the members of group 5, and describes newborns, fights, and some of the activities the gorillas partake in together. Each member of the troop identifies one another by sound. The group has two silverback males, Beethoven, the leader of the troop, and Bartok, a young silverback male, Brahms, adult females Effie, Marchessa, Bravado, young boys Puck and Icarus, and many other gorillas. One of the females, Bravado, has a baby named Curry. After the group is attacked one night, Curry is found dead my Fossey the next morning. Expecting to see Bravado sad and depressed, Fossey found her happy and joyful. This lead Fossey to think that it was an effort to forget the baby instead of mourning it. From time to time, other groups attack the group and some of the gorillas are injured, but these injuries never seem to be fatal. Effie, a female in the group, has a child, who loves to play with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Dysphagia Case Studies 2.1 Dysphagia Dysphagia is the medical term for the symptom of difficulty in eating and swallowing solid and/or liquid foods (Germain et al., 2006). It occurs when there is a problem with the neural control or the structures involved in any part of the swallowing process (National Institutes of Health, 2012). These problems make it hard for dysphagia people to moves food and liquids from mouth toward the stomach. It is estimated that dysphagia affects 18 million adults and millions of children in the United States and 45% 87% of residents in long term care (Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, 1999; Langmore, 1994; Steele et al., 1997). Dysphagia is common in people who are elderly or who have had a neurological event such as a stroke ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Videofluoroscopic evaluation is the most common method diagnosis of dysphagia. It is used to record an X ray video of individual swallowing liquid boluses with various concentrations and volumes of barium sulfate particles (Logenmann, 1997). The patient is given a radiopaque barium sulphate suspension and his or her ability to swallow is monitored using videofluorscopy. The radiographic video could determine bolus transit time and direction, bolus clearance, various structural movement of the hyoid, upper esophageal sphincter, tongue, mandible and larynx. These measurements would provide an indication of a patient swallowing ability at mealtime (Logenmann, 1997; Schulze Delrieu et al., 1997). If the patient exhibits aspiration or excessive residue, intervention strategies like altering the volume or apparent viscosity of liquids are introduced to improve swallowing (Logenmann, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. The Rise Of Pop Art In the 1940s the United States and the allies were in the midst of a deadly war against their Nazi German counterparts, World War II officially ended in 1945 and the Allies were victorious. In the early 1950s the post war economic boom in both the United States of America and Great Britain, gave the people optimism and money to spend as the super markets were filled with all kinds of consumer goods . The economy was good and people were happy. Capitalizing on the post war economic boom of the 1950s were advertisers. Advertising persuaded many, it told people what was popular, what was good, and what to buy. Advertising and glossy magazines were found everywhere, in the street, the highway, and even at the comfort of your own house as you opened the newspaper. This mass marketing phenomenon was incorporated with the rise of Pop Art. It paved the way for iconic artist such as Andy Warholand Jasper Johns . With the rise of this bona fide American phenomenon also brought critics. Critics asked and wondered how a can of soup or a soft drink could be considered art. Pop artist, Andy Warhol responded by stating, Art is what you can get away with. What made pop art popular? It was brash, transient, witty, hostile, young, mass produced, and most importantly it was low cost . Pop art was the new art movement of the 1950s and 1960s, it was the successor of the art movement of a decade earlier. In the 1940s abstract expressionism was all the rage in the United States, it was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Essay On Fingerprint Finger Creating Fake Fingers for Secure Biometric Fingerprint Authentication As the unrelenting demand for smartphones continues to increase, many technology companies are looking for ways of making such devices easier, faster, and more user friendly. Many smartphones are equipped with fingerprint readers, allowing the user to access their phones securely and quickly without having to type in their pin or passcode. This prevents users from having to remember dozens of random passphrases that, in theory, a hacker could potentially guess and be granted access into. However, this poses a serious question How secure is fingerprintauthenticationand why should consumers trust that this technology will keep their information safe? Similarly,... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Capacitive readers work by measuring the differences in capacitance between the ridges and valleys to map out the fingerprint. Because of this, unlike the optical reader, there is no light component necessary in order to read the fingerprint. Thus, the capacitive sensors can be much smaller, and are commonly seen in smartphones, laptops, and tablets. In figure 1 below, the difference between the fingerprints captured by the optical (left) and capacitive (right) readers can be seen. Due to the smaller size of the capacitive reader, it captures a smaller area of the fingerprint. Anil Jain and Joshua Engelsma of Michigan State University are creating life like fake fingers, commonly referred to as spoofs. These pigmented, conductive silicon spoofs share properties similar to human skin; their mechanical, optical, and electrical properties allow it to act basically as a finger. With these spoofs, creators of fingerprint readers can use them for two purposes: 1. remove the discrepancy between optical and capacitive readers and 2. enable readers to detect for only real fingers to be granted access. The current problem with many of these readers is that if it was recorded on one type of reader, and the user tried to authenticate with a different type, it would fail. These spoofs will allow developers to test their systems, without having to use their own fingers over and over again, while also ensuring consistency. In ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Federal Bureau of Prisons Federal Bureau of Prisons The Federal Bureau of Prisons was established in 1930. Its main goal is to provide humane care for Federal inmates. There are 11 Federal prisons in operation. The Bureau consists of 115 institutions, 6 regional offices, a Central Office (headquarters), 2 staff training centers, and 22 community corrections offices. The Bureau of Prisons career opportunities web page is the place where you can learn about BOP careers, the employment process and current vacancies. The BOP career opportunities web page has quick links to: application steps, attorney recruitment, career FAQs, health care careers, job descriptions and job vacancies. The Bureau has approximately 37,700 employees within 115 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Qualified inmates may apply for jobs with companies that have posted job openings. This Branch also helps inmates prepare release folders that include a resume; education certificates, diplomas, and transcripts; and other significant documents needed for a successful job interview. Medical, dental, and mental health services are provided to Federal inmates in Bureau facilities. Most Facilities provide one or more primary Physicians who specialize in family practice. Medical officer provide direct service to inmates in Federal prisons (e.g. performance of diagnostic and preventive). Nurses play an important role on patient health, patient safety and patient education. (e.g. observation and evaluation of patients, perform case histories, conduct physical examinations, and order laboratory tests). Dental officers are responsible for the full range of dental care provided to inmates. Pharmacist provide pharmaceutical care, they are responsible for medication. (e.g. same as nurse). Over 3,000 health care positions are offered. The food service operation within each institution represents a major program area within the Federal Criminal Justice system. The Bureau offers a food service career for correctional cook supervisors in a fast pace and challenging environment. Cook supervisor receive full ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Analysis Of The Poem The Hands Of An Angry God Cole Anderson Mr. Bertelsen English III 9 November 2016 Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God Jonathan Edwards uses figurative language in his sermon, Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God , to help convey his ideas. The entire sermon is preaching that the people of his congregation have made God very angry. So angry, in fact, that He is preparing to send them all to hell if they will not repent. His use of figurative language helps the audience feel the sermon more, and take it to heart instead of just hearing it. He uses no nonsense language, fear, and finally hope to captivate the audience and hopefully move them. The first imagery to be discussed is as follows: The bow of God s wrath is bent, and the arrow made ready on the string, and justice bends the arrow at your heart, and strains the bow, and it is nothing but the mere pleasure of God, and that of an angry God, without promise or obligation at all, that keeps the arrow one moment from being made drunk with your blood. This is a powerful piece of imagery that uses both metaphors and personification to express the mood that Jonathan Edwards is setting. God s wrath is like a bent bow aimed at the hearts of all sinners, and it is nothing but a whim, a mere pleasure, that stays His hand. That is essentially what Edwards is saying with his metaphor, and it is a frightening metaphor. As you can see, he does not bother using niceties or political correctness; he says what he wants to say, no matter who might be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Poland during World War 2 Essay examples I. History of Poland After the Partitions of Poland (1772 1795), which had decreased the size of the country, giving most of the land to Russia, Prussia, and Austria Hungary. The First World War provided a practical chance for Poland to restore its independence. The powers, which had separated the country more than one hundred years earlier, were fighting on opposite sides. Germany with the Austro Hungarian Empire (the Central Powers) fought Imperial Russia allied with France and Great Britain. Polish troops, under their own banners, also joined the fight. At first, under the command of the anti Russian revolutionary JГіzef PiВіsudski, Polish battalions were formed to fight Russia. But in 1917, after a number of successful operations ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Poland had to balance between Germany and Soviet Russia. In 1932 Poland signed a non aggression treaty with the Soviet Union, which was to last until 1945. In 1934 a similar ten year pact was signed with Germany. One year earlier, shortly after Adolf Hitler s ascension to power, Polish Head of State Marshal Pilsudski made a secret proposal to France to mount together a preemptive strike against Germany to unseat Hitler before the Germans had time to rearm. But France refused, compelling the Polacks to do the next best thing: to enter into a non aggression pact with the Germans. In 1936 the Germans broke the Versailles treaty by reoccupying the demilitarized zone in the Rhineland, thus demonstrating to the world their aggressive intentions. As we now know, Hitler and Joseph Stalin eventually broke both non aggression pacts. After annexing Austria, Sudetenland and Czechoslovakia in March 1939, the German government repeated their request to Poland, demanding that Gdansk become part of the Third Reich and that an extraterritorial highway and railroad be constructed across the so called quot;Polish Corridor. quot; The request was rejected by Poland. In April 1939 a mutual assistance treaty was concluded between Poland, France and Great Britain. On August 23, 1939, the Ribbentrop Molotow pact was signed in Moscow. In a secret protocol of the pact, Hitler and Stalin drew up plans for the fourth partition of Poland, and the scene was set for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Examples Of Fortunato In The Cask Of Amontillado Watch what you say to your friends, because you might end up getting murdered for revenge! This is what happens to Fortunato in Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allen Poe. In this story, a man by the name of Montresor gets insulted by another man named Fortunato. Montresor is offended by this, especially since Fortunato made no effort to fix things. So, Montresor gets Fortunato drunk, and buries him alive in his catacombs. Fortunato makes himself an easy target because he s a drunk, he s not smart, and he is unlucky. In this story, Fortunato makes himself an easy target for the fact that he is a drunken man. When Poe states that, He had a weak point this Fortunato and He prided himself on his connoisseurship, it clearly marks that he will ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Socratic Seminar Report During the Socratic seminar, I heard a lot of interesting common things about the immigration specifics from 3 different sources. I also noticed that these 3 different sources are related to the past and modern immigration law of United States of America. For example, an article from a CNN source talks about President Donald Trump s new immigrationorder ban on Muslim countries. He also suspended for three months entry by citizens of seven majority Muslim nations Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen on immigrant or non immigrant visas (CNN) In this quote, President Donald Trump ordered an immigration ban on Muslims. This immigration topic relates to CWRIC and a Farewell to Manzanar novel because back in World World ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Mesopotamian Achievements The human advancements of the Mesopotamian region, which incorporates the Sumerians, Babylonians, Assyrians and Persians, had various accomplishments, for example, a type of composed correspondence with pictures, mathematics, exchange and space science. Sumerians are a member of the indigenous non Semitic people of ancient Babylonia. The Sumerians called themselves the dark headed individuals and their territory, in cuneiform script, was basically the land or the place where there is the dark headed individuals . The list of Sumerian rulers included one woman, with the city states often at war with one another. Cases of fine works in marble, diorite, pounded gold, and lapis lazuliahve were found. Stone, wood, and metal was transported in. Sumerian art and design was resplendent and complex fundamentally utilized for religious purposes painting and figure the principle middle utilized. Some major contributions of the Sumerians are the sexagesimal system, irrigation and food control, pictographs and writing, as well as monumental architecture and city states. Babylonians is an inhabitant of Babylon or Babylonia, also a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Assyrians additionally partitioned the hour into an hour and the minutes into 60 seconds. Yes they were notwithstanding tallying seconds, Assyrians likewise developed the world s first library in the history on the man, the Royal library of Ashurbanipal was could read and write in the cuneiform which 400 letters/images , versus the English that lone has 26 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Barbie vs. Bratz Essay BADM 372: Advertising Case 2: Barbie vs. Bratz 1. Provide an analysis of the Mattel Barbie brand. What factors shape perceptions of the brand in the eyes of parents and young girls? Barbie was billed as a shapely teenage fashion model, and made her first appearance at the American Toy Fair in New York City and soon became a hit. (http://www.brandchannel.com/features_profile.asp?pr_id=160) Barbie was then and still is a popular doll for young girls. In the beginning she was popular because she was the 3D version of the very popular paper dolls, with interchangeable clothing and accessories. Today she is still very popular and probably for the same reasons; you can buy a variety of different dolls with different ethnicities, different ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Now a days everyone has some sort of social media page including the younger generations, however anyone under the age of 18 has to lie on their page because it s not meant for kids. Because of the expanding popularity of social media I believe that kids are growing up faster than they need to. When I was younger I was still playing with my Barbie dolls into 8th grade so around 13/14 years old. My cousin has a 13 year old daughter to constantly posts on facebook how she is going to be alone forever and that she will never meet a good guy. At 13 years old she should not be concerned about boys, especially not finding the one she is going to spend the rest of her life with! This all being said I think that the popularity of social media is taking away from young girls being young which is causing them to stray away from childhood toys like Barbies and Bratz. Also with the popularity of an internet meme taking the Barbie and Bratz image and suggesting things in a mature manner causes people to look at them in a manner aside from being a child s play thing. 4. Do you think the efforts made by Richard Dickson were the most effective ways to restore the brand? Defend your answer. I think Richard Dickson did a great job of restoring the brand just based on the 18% increase in sales in 2009. I love the fact that he mandated that all Barbie products be consistent with the brand s identity because then when ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. The Truth About Performance-Enhancing Drugs The Truth About Performance Enhancing Drugs Doping in sports. A topic in which shows up in T.V. shows, movies, newspapers, and magazine articles. But what does society really know about performance enhancing drugs? According to the website Merriam Webster the definition of doping is illegal use of a drug (such as a steroid) to improve an athlete s performance. Doping in sport should not be allowed because, it is not fair to the athletes not on steroids, dangerous to the user, and aggression towards other players also known as roid rage. Doping in sports is unfair to to the players not on steroids. A professor of philosophy names David Fairchild at Indiana University shows evidence that says The knowing and voluntary use of proscribed ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... So what do others say about performance enhancing drugs? and why would some argue that doping is okay? People may say that doping is okay because it will make the game interesting. But think of this ... would it be fair if your team who was not using steroids were to play a game where everyone on the opposing team were on steroids. Then the people supporting doping would not think that is very fair and would maybe even think it would cheating. Doping in sports should not be allowed. How is it fair that some of the long standing records have been beat by people using steroids. unfair to the athletes not on steroids, dangerous to the user, and aggression towards other players known as roid rage. T.V., movies, newspapers, and magazine articles all bring up doping. But this is the truth about performance enhancing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. On Liberty John Stuart Mill Summary The novel On Liberty was written by the remarkable philosopher John Stuart Mill. Through the essay, he discusses phenomenal assumptions that are not examined oftentimes due to the reason that society perceives Freedom of Expression only as beneficial. Also, individuals often overlook the impact that the authority has on the fundamental freedom of free speech. They often truly believe that we are absolutely free to do everything they cherish. Mill deconstructs these ideas and enlightens us with new perspectives. This does not ultimately mean that all of the arguments that Mill highlights could be implemented within society. John Stuart Mills argument concerning free speech has elements that are both feasible and infeasible when applied in the real world. The primary question of On Liberty that Mill question within this literacy phenomenal is What are the nature and limits of the power which can be legitimately exercised by society over the individual? (Mill, 1859,p1). Mill further deconstructs his own response that the individual should have the right to speak whatever they cherish, but through this process, no person should be harmed (Mill,1859,pg8). His argument is built upon on two notions: Individual Sphere and Social Sphere. In the Individual Sphere freedom of thought is given high importance compared to compulsion (Mill, 1859, 10). Thus, we as individuals should be allowed to speak or think whatever we desire. On the other hand, in the Social Sphere, we have a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Junot Diaz s The Money Junot Diaz is a professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is very widely known for this writing and his background story. In Junot Diaz s story, The Money: Starting Out, he shares a story from his childhood. The story is about when Diaz and his family had just recently moved to New Jersey from Santo Domingo and they felt as if they were targeted. The neighborhood that they were living in was not the top of the line, lots of robberies were taking place. The Diazs themselves are a victim of robbery, but in the end, everything turns out to be good. Throughout Diaz s story the reader can better understand and sympathize with this familybecause of the many uses of pathos and ethosin the passage. The context of this story ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Diaz informed us by providing some background of this childhood. He also explains to us that robbery happens all the time, In our neighborhood, cars and apartments were always getting jacked, and the kid stupid enough to leave a bike unattended for more than a tenth of a second was the kid who was never going to see that bike again (Diaz 385). Thankfully many families do not have to think about their personal items being stolen, but that does not mean that other families are always completely safe. It seemed as if the Diaz s were never safe. The stories focus is about a time that one of his best friends stole his money, even though he thought he never would. His friend knew how bad his family was struggling and he still stole from him. In the end Diaz regained his money and belongings, but this just showed how much of a real friend he was. This family was already struggling and now they are hit with a burden of theft. This just goes to show that anything can happen, but the outcome depends on how people handle it. The purpose of this story is to show that your childhood does not define your whole life. Diaz obviously had a rough childhood at times. Especially moving into the United States from the Dominican. His family did not have many funds, to give him all the things he needed. This did not stop him from succeeding on his own though. Diaz went on to graduate high school, something that most ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Apollo 11 Footprint Essay The Most Important Footprint Twenty Six year old Laura Polacek tucked her children into bed at 8:30 P.M. on an exceedingly warm Sunday in July. The exact date was July 20th, 1969. Laura walked back into her cramped living room to join her husband, sister, two cousins, and mother. The television was on Channel 3, broadcasting the coverage of NASA s first Moon landing. Apollo 11had landed on the Moon s surface at 8:18 P.M. Six hours later, Neil Armstrong emerged from the capsule at 2:38AM, climbed down the modules latter and became the first man to place his foot on the moon. Laura Polacek s recollection, nearly forty seven years after the fact, of this event is similar to those who watched all over the world (Polacek). From July 16th to July 24th, 1969, six hundred million people had their eyes on NASA; more specifically, Apollo 11 (Reed). For this time, this had been the most people to watch a broadcasted event on television ever. A combination of strenuous preparation and dedication made it possible for the United States to be the first country to put a man on the moon. This milestone left a tremendous impact on not only the United States, but other countries as well. The July 20, 1969, lunar landing was the culmination of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... NASA wanted this first Moon landing mission to pave the way for future Apollo lunar landing missions. The three most prominent names attached to Apollo 11 are Neil Armstrong (Commander), Buzz Aldrin (Command Module Pilot), and Michael Collins (Lunar Module Pilot). Since the spacecraft could not land safely on the Moon and be able to take the men back to Earth, one of the men had to stay in the module and fly it around the Moon until the other men were ready to leave. This was Michael Collins job. While the Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were on the Moon, they conducted a series of experiments and means of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. A Career Full Of Stressors In Nursing Nursing is a career full of stressors. Every day nurses deal with some type of stress and they can become emotionally drained. Nurses are the support system for the patients and their families, they watch patients suffer, and sometimes they even care for patients who are terminally ill and dying. The modern world of health care and tightening budgets are resulting in additional work related stressors such as barriers to providing optimal care, increasingly complex needs of patients, short acute care lengths of stays, the need for increased knowledge of ever changing technology, nursing shortages, poor staffing, long work hours, limited resources, and feelings of lack of control (Smith, 2014, p. 119). The above stressors can put nurses at ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Odd Museum Research Paper Occult Museum I found this to be interesting. I knew that lots of museums displayed many odd and unusual items especially history museums but I never knew there was a museum that had to do with the paranormal. Ed and Lorraine Warren are paranormal investigators and they chose to display items from their career of ghost hunting and demon busting in their own Occult Museum. The museum has been open since 1952 when the Warrens founded the New England Society for Psychic Research in the U.S. Items and artifacts that have been touched by evil are kept in the basement of their home. During their time they were well known lecturers in their paranormal field. They researched and looked into such high profile cases of demonic mischief as the popular... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The odd and unusual collection includes everything imaginable like a supposed vampire s coffin and a child s tombstone said to have been used as a satanic altar. Visitors can see death curses, demon masks and psychic photo which line the walls of the museum. All of these are accented by plastic props from Halloween stores to set the mood. The most abundant of items appear to be cursed dolls and one of the highlights of the museum is a Raggedy Ann doll called Annabelle, which supposedly killed a man. She sits in her own glass case with a haunting red light in the back ground. I think it might be advisable to add a sign Don t break the glass. At this point I m not sure if I wouldn t run from this museum screaming or if I would be horribly fascinated because I am a great horror fan but sometimes enough can be enough. In 2006 Ed Warren died but the museum continues under the car of Lorraine Warren and their son. However I am sure that Ed is around all the time as well. If you are into the supernatural or really interested in things to do with the occult you might enjoy a visit to the Warrens Occult Museum in Monroe, Connecticut. Perhaps this ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Research Paper On Sally Wainwright Happy Valley Happy Sally Sally A Wainwright was born in 1963 in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire England. Sally was brought up in Sowerby Bridge, Yorkshire after she was born. Daughter of Harry and Dorothy Wainwright and sister of Diane Hilton. She is married to Austin Sherlow Johnson with two children and now lives in the Cotswolds. As Sally grew up her home was not a happy household. In fact, Sally said I don t think my parent ever got [along]. I suppose I grew up in a house with quite a tense atmosphere (Anthony). Wainwright being brought up in the environment she was in inspired her to writer. Unlike if raised in a normal household she would not have thought about wanting to be one when she became older. While Sally was growing up in Sowerby Bridge, she attended Triangle C of E Primary School and Sowerby Bridge Grammar School (Wainwright). Ever since she was young Sally always mentioned that she wanted to... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... All Sally has done is give women the of parts complex, conflicted, funny and flawed that are usually reserved for men (Anthony). She just really enjoys writing women not to mention Sally said herself I find women more interesting. They re heroic (Frost). Wainwright believes that women have way more to deal than men do that why she is driven to write about them way more. Sally Wainwright s took a break from writing the third series of Happy Valley. Instead of continuing Happy Valley, Sally will be writing her second work for the BBC. Wainwright made it known that for her next project she will be writing about Anne Lister, the West Yorkshire diarist, who studied human anatomy in Paris in the 1820 s among many other remarkable thing (citation). Using the money that Wainwright received from her award she hoped to use it with her research on Lister. This television series will be about pioneering women her native Yorkshire which she can relate to just like her other ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Ardipithecus Ramidus Essay A Natural History of Ardipithecus ramidus Taxonomy: Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Primate Family: Hominidae Genus: Ardipithecus Species: Ardipithecus ramidus Morphology: Derived Features: The more human like features of A. ramidus are primarily in relation to locomotion and found on the lower sagittal plane of the body. A. ramidus s pelvis resembled that of a Homo sapien: wide and short in length. This, alongside the femur and feet of A. ramidus suggest that she was bipedal. The foot ...has a widely abducent hallux, which was not propulsive during terrestrial bipedality. However, it lacks the highly derived tarsometatarsal laxity and inversion in extant African apes... (Lovejoy, C. Owen etc., 2009, 326: 72 72e8). The foramen magnum... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... ramidus is native to Ethiopia, dated 4.4 5.8 million years ago. Two contrasting hypotheses may offer some insight as to why A. ramidus is thought to be bipedal but still considered arboreal . One, the savanna hypothesis, conjures the idea that ...the rise of African dry savanna... (Potts, 1998, 107:93 136) sparked the evolutionary transition to bipedalism and tool making within some hominins. The other theory, the woodland/forest hypothesis, suggests ...Pliocene hominins had evolved in and were primarily attracted to closed habitats (Potts, 1998, 107:93 136), such as the forest habitat of A. ramidus. Both may be applicable to A. ramidus, considering her lower half could support the savanna hypothesis, while her upper half supports the woodland/forest hypothesis. Habitat: A. ramidus is native to northeast Ethiopia, specifically in a region known as Aramis (in Awash River valley). Remains of A. ramidus along with other organisms of the time suggest her habitat favors the woodland/forest hypothesis as discussed prior. The fossils ...included wood, pollen, and microscopic silica particles... [that when paired] with data from soil isotopes... (White, 2016) unfailingly support a woodland ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Essay on The Great Gatsby In Class Essay To what extent is The Great Gatsby a moral novel. Discuss. The society our nation lives in today has developed morals and principles through the lessons experienced from the past. The Roaring Twenties was a time of change and a chance to pave a path for the person you wanted to become. Morals and principles served as guidelines rather than rules and were merely preached that practiced. Thus, the severity of the immoral actions taking place created opportunities for lessons to be learned. In his novel The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald illustrated various moral lessons through the downfall and corruption of various characters based on their immoral actions. The narrator, Nick Carraway is a young man who throughout the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This shows that one should never let love for another blind them from reality. Finally, after killing Myrtle, while feeling worried and guilty Daisy allows herself to let Gatsby blame the entire incident upon himself. She is aware of the consequences of committing a murder and yet she flees the area leaving those around her to clean up her mess. Although she may have escaped the outcome of her actions, Daisy would not be able to escape her guilty conscience. The Great Gatsby illustrates the consequences of allowing your judgment to be affected by emotions and so is definitely a moral novel. Not only does the novel teach us to keep our judgment clear of distractions, it also demonstrates that one should follow their own path and not others. Firstly, because Myrtle is bored with her own life she chooses to improve her situation by dating Tom attempting to fit into his wealthy lifestyle. With the influence of the dress her personality had also undergone a change. (33) Myrtle flaunts the dress as if it were something of her everyday life pretending to fit into the temporary life of material wealth. However her efforts to step onto Tom s path of riches and social class prove hopeless as Tom treats her as merely an object of his desire. Furthermore, in order to win back the love of his life, Gatsby dedicates most of his life to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. The Importance Of Raising Capital For The Expansion Of... Fleek At Yours is a mobile hairdressing company based in London offering a range of hair treatments and styles easily achieved in the comfort of the client s home. This report will analyse, explain and evaluate the different methods of raising capital for the expansion of Fleek At Yours. The intent is for Fleek At Yours to purchase a car, which will enable the company to reach clients across more locations, and increase its client base, leading to an increase in profit. In addition, the expansion will require financefor the purchase of new equipment, this will enable the businessto increase customer satisfaction, and further lead to a rise in profit. 2.Methods of raising capital There are a variety of ways in which a business may raise ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Venture Capitalists are a company or wealthy individual who is prepared to invest in a young or new business . Obtaining Venture Capitalist finance can be highly beneficial to a small business as it may be able to acquire a large amount of capital, of which would not have been possible through other methods of finance, such as a bank loan . Venture Capitalist investment is further financially viable as a business is not obligated to repay the investment it receives. This method of finance is based upon the investor s decision to take a risk on a business in anticipation of its success. In addition to its financial beneficence, acquiring this form of capital can provide a small or new business with valuable business expertise, as investors are able to provide key advice and guidance as well as industry connections. Making better decisions can be vitally important for a business growth . In despite of its advantageous aspects, Venture Capitalist finance upholds the disadvantage of loss of control for a business owner. Typically, venture capitalists will require 25% 49% of the equity and a seat on the board so that their investment can be monitored and advice given . This results in a partial loss of autonomy for the business as the Venture Capitalist is involved in decision making processes, this would not be the case if an alternative source of finance was obtained. In addition, securing Venture Capitalist investment is often a difficult and time consuming ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Analyse the effects of domestic and global free trade and... Analyse the effects of domestic and global free trade and protection policies on the Australian economy Free trade is the unrestricted purchase and sale of goods and services between countries without the imposition of protection such as tariffs and quotas. This enables economies to focus on their core competitive advantage(s), thereby maximizing economic output and fostering income growth for their citizens. Australian exports rose from $66.6 billion in 1990 91 to $300.4 billion in 2012 13, with an average growth in export volumes of 4.6 per cent per annum since 1990 91. This is reflective of Australia s proactive actions to phase out protection since the 1970s. The major effects of domestic and global free trade and protection policies ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Unfortunately, there has been poor progress in reducing agricultural protection in recent years. In fact, if global trade liberalisation was achieved by the WTO s Doha Round, it could have boosted Australia s agricultural exports by US$9 billion by 2020; thus displaying how highly protectionist economies and trade blocs adversely affect the Australian economy. Since Australia s first free trade agreement (FTA) with New Zealand in 1983, Bilateral and Multilateral FTA s have been a great advantage and focus in securing economic prosperity for Australia. Australia s two way trade in goods and services was A$616 bn in 2012. Australia has seven FTAs currently in force with New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, US, Chile, ASEAN (with New Zealand) and Malaysia. Together, these countries account for 28% of Australia s total trade, which displays the great benefit of bilateral FTAs to the Australian economy. Additionally, there are four bilateral FTA negotiations currently in place, two of which are substantial trading partners; China, being Australia s largest export market (A$78.7 bn) and Japan, being Australia s second largest export market (A$49.8 bn). The Japanese Free Trade Agreement has been negotiated, and will be a great benefit to the Australian economy, especially the agricultural sector, for example tariffs on beef ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. The following are equally important reasons why Stalin was... The following are equally important reasons why Stalin was able to hold onto power in the Soviet Union: The purges and show trials The secret police Propaganda and the cult of personality Stalin s economic policies. Explain how far you agree with this statement. Stalin used to methods to hold onto power in the Soviet Union these were fear / coercion and persuasion / consent. If people were not persuaded by Stalin s personality and economic policies they would be scared into supporting him. From the outset Stalin was particularly aware of his image and the importance and power of propaganda. He came to power partly as a result of his creation of a cult of Leninism and by ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... An example was the first of the great show trials where sixteen old Bolsheviks and hero s of the civil war including Kamenev and Zinoveiv were but on trial accused of being directly responsible for the assassination of Kirov, a popular leading Communist, in 1934. Although Historians believe it is more likely that Stalin was responsible for the murder and extremely unlikely that Zinoveiv or Kamenev had anything to do with it. They all confessed to their crimes. Stalin propagated an image of himself as the father / protector of the nation with posters and statues of himself in many Russian town and cities. He also ruthlessly controlled the media to ensure that the Russian people were only given such information as he saw fit. An example of this is the fact that Trotsky s vehement criticisms of Stalin from the various countries he lived in abroad were kept from the Russia people and indeed Trotsky who had been true hero of the revolution was blamed by Stalin for much of Russia s problems at the time. Trotsky is also a good example of Stalin s use of terror when propaganda alone would not succeed since ultimately unable to silence Trotsky in another way Stalin had him assassinated. In the same way Stalin could not bear any challenges to his authority and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...