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Cause And Effect Essay On Long Distance Relationships Cause And Effect Essay On Long Distance
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Human Trafficking In Haiti
It s one of the biggest problems that we have , said Jean Max Bellerive, Haiti s previous prime
minster. What he s referring to is the human trafficking issue that has boomed in this country.
Human trafficking has existed in Haiti for years, destroying families and individuals. The issue
hasn t been this big until recent years, which I plan to look into. Human trafficking has become
such a huge industry not only in Haiti, but also through the whole world causing it to have such a
huge impact on global politics. What I plan to investigate is how the issue of human trafficking
affects global politics in a whole. Before going too deep into this issue, everyone should
understand what human trafficking is. Human trafficking is the illegal movement of people,
typically for the purposes of forced labor or commercial sexual exploitation.This may include
providing a spouse in a forced marriage or the extraction of organs or tissues. Yuri Fedotov, the
head of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime, said, At any one time, 2.4 million people suffer the
misery of this humiliating and degrading crime. It is estimated that only one out of 100 victims of
trafficking are ever rescued.
When first looking into this issue, I wondered why human trafficking has become such a huge
problem in Haiti so I tried to find some connection between the two and I what found was tragic.
On January 12, 2010 an earthquake with a magnitude of 7 hit Port au Prince devastated this country.
Over 188,383 houses
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Rhetoric About Dating
Logos
Main Claim o We have sacrificed conversation for more connection o It is explicit and very clear.
It says it word for word in the second sentence and continues to defend it throughout the article.
Reasons o The audience is society as a whole especially those that think that connection with media
can overcome lack of conversation
accustomed to a new way of being alone together
young people who have grown up fearing conversation
connecting in sips doesn t work as well when it comes to understanding and know one another
Not too much not too little, just right o Yes, the evidence is audiencebased. It describes the
underlying reason why people rely on technology for communication so much and can be eye
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The underlying one is that conversation is a good thing and is necessary for proper growth in
relationships. Some may think that this lack of conversation is simply how society is and is not
necessarily a bad thing
Evidence o The Business man o The teenage boy o Senior Partner at Boston Law Firm o
Sophomore wanting to talk to robot about dating o Elderly home woman talking to robot seal o I
think the evidence is effective because it shows that this issue occurring among all generations and
all different situations. It is related back to the main claim by explaining why it is important in all
these scenarios to have real conversation with real people.
Alternative/Opposing Views o I would say most of the evidence is one sided however the
solutions provided at the end make it less one sided. Rather than saying to eliminate technology the
author says to compromise and take dedicate time and places to just set it aside for a while to have
real conversation. o I think that because it is more of a compromise the author successfully
connects with the opposing side by not completing turning them off.
Ethos
Writer o Sherry Turkle,
Technology
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Windows versus Linux
Windows, and Linux are very different operating systems that are also very similar in multiple
ways. Windows was first sold on November 20, 1985 under the name Windows 1.0. It was
revolutionary for it s time. People had been used to using command line interface to type out there
commands. Windows 1.0 allowed for them to just point and click on what they wanted. Then, along
came Linuxa few years later. Linux was revolutionary because it was Unix like and it was open
source. Open source meant that anyone could access the source code to tailor it to their liking.
This has allowed multiple different versions of Linux to be produced since then including one
called Lindows. Lindows is exactly what you would expect from the name. It is a version... Show
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Linux also started with a command line interface like Windows. There are many similarities
between the two. Whether or not someone selects to use it is all based on preference. A detailed
evaluation will often reveal that Windows has more features, and is easier to sue than Linux.
When I took a survey of my peers it revealed that ninety percent of end users preferred to use
Windows over Linux. I asked these people why they preferred Windows to be given multiple
reasons. Some said that they preferred to use an operating system that was native to them since
they had grown up using Windows. Others said that they liked the features better, and liked the
innovations. When I asked about Lindows they said that it would just not be the same
especially considering that Linux in it s native form can not run .exe applications which has
become a major part of the typical end users daily application usage. Truth be told however if
someone was just going to browse the internet to check e mail, and perform other miscellaneous
tasks there is no distinction based on operating system. The major problem comes in when a user
needs to use specific applications or software made for Windows. Linux is a valuable asset if you
are looking to host a server but do not want to purchase Microsoft server which is the Windows
equivalency. It is easy to use, maintain, and valuable to any network that requires a server. When it
comes down to it both operating systems can do the same thing,
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Examples Of Obsession In Land Of The Lost
Without obsession, life is little to nothing. However, when the obsession begins to take a hold of
one s life and becomes a ritual that has to be done on a regular basis, in addition to undertake the
procedure of stripping oneВґs life of everything unrelated to the obsession. This is where the
obsession it starts to get out of hand. Such an obsession plays a major role in the short storyLand of
the Lost written by Stewart OВґNan, where the reader follows a lonely woman, who has nothing
else to preoccupy herself with but to attempt to solve the mystery of where a murderer buried a
dead girl.
In Stewart OВґNan s short story Land of the Lost the reader is introduced to a woman who works
as a cashier at BI LO, a shop of some sorts. The reader is given next to noting regarding
background information about this woman, the reader does not even know of her name. The
reader gets the feeling that the woman is a healthy and ordinary person. However shortly after the
start of the short story the woman learns about the case of a missing girl, which immediately grabs
her attention, she starts to discuss the case with her customers and colleagues to the extent that she
is told to stop by her manager. Further on into the story it becomes obvious that what started as a
mere interest has turned into an obsession, which quickly takes a hold of the woman s life, the
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She knows that the right thing to do is to report to the authorities that she has found a dead body,
on the other hand reporting the dead body would mean that her life wound once again become
meaningless. The reader is never directly told what choice she made, but it does say This time
she would make sure. Then everybody would know she wasn t crazy. The only way to make sure
that everybody would know that she wasn t crazy would be to reveal where the dead body is
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Revolutionary War Dbq
Some major challenges Americans faced during the War for Independence was the lack of
organization at the beginning of the war they experienced difficulty with training and organizing
the troops for war. The soldiers were always drunk and not following directions, which caused
them to accidentally kill one another. Not all American supported the war, if it was believed that
you supported the war you would be imprisoned, abused or killed. The American Revolutionary
War, caused turmoil between American colonists and the British government which lead to the
Independence of Britain. I believe the British lost because their army wasn t large enough. What
were some of the changes that took place in Europe between the years 1000 and 1492, and why...
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It was said that Christopher Columbus re discovered North America. Describe and explain the roles
played by loyalists, African Americans, women, and American Indians during the Revolutionary
War. How did the outcome of the war affect them? Native American and African American women
played an active role in military side of the war. Many women had to defend themselves and their
homes. Women sewed uniforms and blankets for the solider. None of these rights were given to
African American women. Native American women had more power than the European women.
African Americans were slaves, trying to gain freedom. Describe and explain the characteristics of
the pre Columbian indigenous cultures that existed in the Pacific Northwest, the California coastal
region, the Southwest, the Mississippi Valley, the Southeast, and the Northeast. What is the legacy
of these cultures? Pacific Northwest traditional cultures include wild plants, fish and salmon.
Women gathered fruits and vegetables. The men did the hunting and fishing. Salomon was a major
part of their food supply. The California Coastal region culture was acorns which was a traditional
food in California. The Southwest culture was known for their rainforests, mountains, plains,
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Why Is Dad Important To Me
My dad has taught me hundreds if not thousands of life lessons. They range from being
respectful to everyone to working hard and never giving up. These sorts of lessons I will carry
through my life and someday teach to my kids. He is still continuing to this day to teach me
lessons and he will continue even after I leave for college. The lessons that I am learning today
have to deal more with money. As I am entering the real world where I will have to pay for things
myself I have become more appreciative for what he has to say. I am so glad that my dad has
talked to me about how to handle money because it is an important issue to discuss. How a person
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This applies to everyone from the CEO of a multi million dollar company to the guy who sweeps
the floor. In either situation you have to think about how you spend your money. The CEO has to
think about how to improve his company. They have to think about where their money needs to
go to help grow and improve their company. I have read lots of stories about how a CEO ran his
or her company into the ground. These people were unwise and spent money where it didn t need to
be spent. They didn t think before they spent. On the other end of the spectrum the floor sweeper
also needs to think before he spends. If he wants to have a better job, he might have to save up
and pay for night classes instead of buying those new shoes. Doing this will help him make more
money in the long run. The way that my dad taught me to do this was he would always ask me
the same question before I ever bought something. He would say Asher is this exactly what you
want? . When I was younger I would always say yes. I didn t think about my purchase and
countless times I would be disappointed. Then as I got older I did start thinking about it. If it was
exactly what I wanted I bought it and had no regrets, but if it wasn t I just didn t buy it. I now ask
myself that question before I ever buy something and it has really helped me
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The Canterbury Tales In The Canterbury Tales By Geoffrey...
The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer is a story of a contest who can tell the best tale. The
rules of the contest were as follows: Each pilgrim would tell four tales for the trip to Canterbury,
two on the journey there and two on the way back.. The tales will be judged by the Host for it s
entertainment and moral lessons. The winner of the contest will enjoy a meal paid for by the
remaining pilgrims at the Host s Inn. The Miller s Tale had fulfilled the criteria to win the
contest. It was a shorter story, but it was entertaining and had a few lessons that can be learned
from hearing or reading it. This story is significant because it does a great job of pointing out of
some of the problems in the church during that time as well as how the morals of some people
were not strong as well. The Miller s Tale is the story of a carpenter, his lovely wife, and the two
younger gentlemen who are in love with the carpenter s wife. The carpenter, John, is married to
a much younger woman, Alison, who is considered a local beauty. To make a bit of extra money,
John rents out a room in his house to a poor but clever cleric named Nicholas, who has taken a
liking to Alison. The other man interested in Alison is a clerk named Absalon. Nicholas uses his
astrological studies to convince John to prepare for a storm so he and Alison could have the night
alone. With Nicholas and Alison alone, Absalon tries to get Alison to like him by singing to her but
she does not find him attractive.
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Similarities Between Of Mice And Men
John Steinbeck is considered one of the great American authors. His novels centered on the
American landscape, particularly California. John Steinbeck s 1937 novel, Of Mice and Men, is
a classic American novel about two ranch workers who struggle to keep their dream alive. In
1992, a MGM film adaptation directed by Gary Sinise was created. As with all book to film
adaptations, many people debate over which work is better. Some say that the book is better
because it creates a mood of darkness within the reader. Although both works convey their themes
well, Steinbeck s novel has more emotional impact on readers due to its setting and mood. The
novel s setting exceeds the film s because it is meaningful and symbolic. The author utilizes the
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Characters are presented differently scene to scene to change the reader s perspective of them.
For example, in the film Curley s wife is depicted as a lonely housewife who is desperate to
leave her husband. Although this characterization is accurate, the novel provides a more
complex view of her because it shows how her frustration manifests itself in her treatment of
others. One instance of her pent up anger hurting others is when she verbally attacks Crooks.
She declares, Listen, Nigger... You know what I can do to you if you open your trap?...you keep
your place, Nigger. I could get you strung up on a tree so easy it ain t even funny (Steinbeck, 79).
This moment of cruelty shows that Curley s wife has been corrupted by the evil of the world.
She hurts those who are lower than her on the social hierarchy because she believes doing so
will make people respect her. This shows that she is deeply insecure of her place in the world. The
reader comes to hate Curley s wife, until they learn more about her life. She monologues about her
dreams of becoming an actress before she dies, but her death is optimistic and bitter sweet. The
author states, ... the meanness and the plannings and the discontent and the ache for attention were
all gone from her face. She was
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Risk Management Issue in Pediatric Clinic
Risk Management Issue in Pediatric Clinic Introduction Khushali Unforeseen events will always be
a risk that can accompany those receiving medical care. One way that these risks can be minimized
is through the creation of a risk management team. Risk management teams serve to protect the
interests of all parties involved in terms of patient services and privacy, costs, and most importantly,
patient safety. They strive to control unsafe events from occurring by being proactive in care rather
than being reactive to any given situation. This paper discusses the circumstances regarding T.G. s
care and the events that transpired before his untimely death. FNP s Option That May Have
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By including a list, they could have thought of other diagnostic exams that might have proved to
be beneficial in his case. Also, a full review of systems should have been included in their write
up and considered in their plan of care. It also seems that each time T.G. presented to the office,
it was for an episode. He was never brought in for a follow up visit. In this particular (case or
scenario) the cardiologist diagnosed T.G. with vasovagal syncope based on his history and
physical. The pediatrician diagnosed a murmur and provided a list of differential diagnoses. The
Cardiologist chose not to perform an EKG or do a long QT measurement. When reviewing
syncopal algorithms one would have to question the cardiologists thought process of why these
diagnostic components were missed when ruling out diffentials for T.G. Literature reviews suggest
fainting is due to a sudden drop in heart rate and blood pressure. Deficiencies of FNP SOAP Notes
Rose Collaborative relationships not only are professionally satisfying, but also improve access to
care and patient outcomes (Hanson Carter, 2014, p.323). Deficiencies related to T.G. s two soap
notes written by the family nurse practitioner involved multi factorial deficiencies in regards to:
clinical consultation, co management, the referral process, assertiveness, interpersonal competence,
poor documentation of a detailed history and physical that played an
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Why Overfishing Is Bad
Fishing is a great hobby for the average Joe. People fish for fun, family bonding, and to make a
living. Overfishing, defined as excessive fishing to an extent, damages local ecology.
Overfishing.org , found at, http://overfishing.org/pages/what_is_overfishing.php, states, Catching
too many fish; fishingso much that the fishcannot sustain their population . This means that too
many fish are taken out of the water too quickly causing a low population count. People who are
overfishing oceans, lakes, rivers, etc. are affecting local biological organism and humankind itself.
Humans constantly fishing these bodies of water affect the whole food chain. In a few years, your
favorite fish may not exist. World powers, such as the United States... Show more content on
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There are multiple ways of protecting our oceans and keeping a balanced, ecologically diverse
population of fish. An effective way of preventing overfishing is instituting preventative legislature.
Developed and developing countries may consider passing laws that protect certain fish or certain
areas with endangered fish. Another way of preventing overfishing is to quarantine or create
sanctuaries to protect aquatic animals like the National Marine Sanctuaries, http:/
/sanctuaries.noaa.gov/visit/fishing.html. Sanctuaries will provide a shelter for animals that are rare
and have a low population
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Aboriginal Health Issues Essay
Indigenous Australians have poorer health outcomes than Non Indigenous Australians due to
historical events, including Colonisation, that introduced infectious and unknown diseases, and
created intergenerational health issues, and the Stolen Generation, that has contributed to
psychosocial implications. The continuing inequities of social determinants, including but not
limited to, poor education and low socio economic status, have contributed to the poor health
outcomes of Indigenous Australians.
The health of Indigenous Australians has largely been affected by history through the inhumane
treatment by Non Indigenous Australians and English settlers. Sherwood comments on documents
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Tait defines social determinants as the foundations in which we arrange society, which determines
the health and wellbeing of people, these determinants include socio economic status which
influences education, employment and access to health care (2011). Employment, education and
health are intertwined, each having an effect on the other. Indigenous Australians are low on the
social gradient, with an unemployment rate of 17% and in 2011, 54% of the Indigenous population,
aged between 20 24, had a Year 12 qualification or equivalent, hence leading to poor health
outcomes that are associated with poverty (Marmot, 2011) (Australian Institute of Health and
Welfare, 2014). In a 2008 survey conducted by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 1 in 4
Indigenous Australians had difficulties in accessing health care and were hospitalised for
preventable diseases, including cardiac, respiratory and metabolic condition, such as diabetes and
asthma, 4 times more often than Non Indigenous Australians (2014). Indigenous Australians are
three times as likely to have diabetes and twice as likely to show symptoms of chronic kidney
disease than Non Indigenous Australians (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2014). Social
determinants have a detrimental affect to the health and well being of the Indigenous Australian
population.
Indigenous Australians have poorer health
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Monument Dbq
Monuments are structures that give importance to an event, person, or place. They are designed not
only to remind people of the past, but to stir emotions in their viewer. To make them truly
monumental, monuments have many factors to consider in creation. Monuments should be well
thought out in terms of placement, motive for building, and design. In order for a monumentto get a
greater value of importance the placement of the monument is crucial. The placement of a
monument is not only important because of how populated a place is but also the relation between
the place and the monument. Even the smallest consideration to detail can make a difference in the
awe a monument inspires. For example, Source G states The vietnam veterans... Show more content
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To pay tribute to one of Maine s most popular industries, the state commissioned a bronze
sculpture of a lobsterman kneeling down with his catch, to be displayed at the World s Fair in
1939. Unfortunately, the sculpture didn t quite turn out as planned. The Maine Lobsterman
sculpture was subject to many hardships before finally ending up in Washington DC. (Source F)
The Maine lobsterman s first setback was when it was being created. Maine s fund for the
monument ran out of money before it was cast. As a result, the artist ended up painting bronze
over plaster instead of casting the lobsterman in bronze. After the World s Fair no one seemed to
want the Lobsterman. The fake monument wasn t valuable to anyone and so spent forty years
homeless, being moved from place to place and ended up in a warehouse until he was saved by
the Camp Fire Girls and finally cast in bronze. Had the monument been made with the proper
material to begin with, perhaps it would not have had such a neglected history. Perhaps the real
problem is that monuments themselves may be an outdated concept. The world is changing so fast
that trying to memorialize someone or some group is mute because there will always be another
person or group coming after them doing something more. No matter where, how, or why you build
it, time buffers people s feelings toward the
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Understand the Relationship Between Organizational...
Introduction The aim of this unit is to give learners an understanding of individual and group
behaviour in organisations and to examine current theories and their application in managing
behaviour in the workplace. Areas of Learning
1 Understand the relationship between organisational structure and culture
Types of organisation and associated structures, organisational culture, Diagnosing behavioral
problems, perception, significance and of individual difference, Individual behaviour at work
2 Understand different approaches to management and leadership
Development of management thought, functions of management, managerial roles, nature of
managerial authority, Frames of reference for leadership activities
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2.2: Explain how organizational theory underpins the practice of management for the Irish
TESCOS scenario. 2.3: Evaluate four different approaches to management used by different
organizations. Task 3: Understand ways of using motivational theories in organisations 3.1 Discuss
how different leadership styles may impact employee motivation in organizations in periods of
change. In tackling this task, discuss to what extent specific leadership styles may positively or
negatively could affect performance in specific change scenarios (e.g. adoption of new staff rota,
etc.). Please provide how this could help with a change at TESCOS in Ireland. 3.2 Identify and
discuss the application of three different motivational theories within the workplace. 3.3 Evaluate
the usefulness of a motivation theory for managers at the TESCOS in Ireland. Task 4: Understand
mechanisms for developing effective teamwork in organisations 4.1 Explain the nature of groups
and group behaviour within organizations. 4.2 Discuss factors that may promote or inhibit, limit, or
undermine the development of effective teamwork in organizations (physical, social, etc.) 4.3
Evaluate the impact of technology on team functioning within such an organization as TESCOS in
Ireland.
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BTEC HND in Business/ Organisation and Behaviour/Sept12
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The Worldview And The Naturalistic Worldview
If one believes in the naturalistic worldview, there will be no value or purpose to life. We will
have no explanation for why we humans are here. In fact we will have no explanation for why
any maternal thing is here. Humans and other material things would be on the same level.
Humans would not be anymore more special then a rat, a flower, or stone. Also one would have no
goal to reach. He would be basically floating along subject to chance. In naturalism, there is no one
to set the standards for ethics. So where do their ethics come from? Some of the philosophers have
set standards like when Epicurus said he was not talking about sensual pleasure when he said our
highest good was to attain pleasure. The question is though, who are they to set these standards?
They have as much to base their statements off of as the man done the road who says it is okay to
attain sensual pleasures. So if something feels good to someone or makes them happy, what is to
stop them from doing it. When we take a look at abortion, what could be wrong with it? It is only
changing the course of some chance process. If it helps someone, what is to stop them from doing
it? Naturalism has nothing that can prove it wrong. Now lets compare hunting for animals and
murder of humans. What is the difference? There would be no difference, since one would not hold
any special place over the other. This means that there is nothing wrong with killing a human. In
fact, there would be nothing wrong with
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Music Is A Form Of Expression And Beauty
The science or art of ordering tones or sounds in succession, combination, and temporal
relationships produce a composition having unity and continuity; in layman s terms, music. Music
is an art that has evolved for many centuries. It is a form of expression and beauty. It has come a
long way from beating rocks with sticks and listening to the sound. A drastic change took place
during the RenaissancePeriod. The instruments changed, new genres emerged, and new
composition techniques were used.
Renaissance means rebirth, and in a sense there was a rebirth.The Renaissance Period took place in
Europe during the 14th and 17th centuries. Civilization immediately following the Middle Ages,
conventionally held to have been characterized by a surge of interest in classical learning and values.
Fig. 1 In Fig. 1 you see a very elegant violin or viol which has very fascinating designs on the
front and back of it. The author gives a very detailed description of the crafting of this fine
instrument. As follows:
The maple back and sides are decorated with the Latin couplet Quo unico propugnaculo stat
strabiq[ue] religio (By this bulwark alone religion stands and will stand). The motto has long been
associated with a set of instruments that was thought to have been ordered for the court of Charles
IX, possibly by his mother Catherine de Medici. The back of the instrument is decorated with fleurs
de lis in the corners, a geometric design with floral ornamentation between the
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Computer Science
Part 1 1.What are common carriers, local exchange carriers, and interexchange carriers? A
common carrier is a private company that sells or leases communication services and facilities to
the public. Common carriers are profit oriented, and their primary products are services for voice
and data transmissions, both over traditional wired circuits as well as cellular services. Common
carriers often supply a broad range of computer based services, such as the manufacturing and
marketing of specialized communication hardware and software. A common carrier that provides
local telephone services (e.g., BellSouth) is commonly called a local exchange carrier (LEC),
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Therefore, dedicated circuits require more care in network design than switched circuits both in
terms of locations and the amount of capacity you purchase. With packet switched services, the
user again buys a connection into the common carrier cloud. The user pays a fixed fee for the
connection into the network depending upon the type and capacity of the service and is
charged for the number of packets transmitted. 13. Distinguish among T1, T2, T3, and T4
circuits. T1 circuit is sometimes called a DS 1 circuit. It provides a data rate of 1.544 Mbps. T1
circuits can be used to transmit data, but often are used to transmit both data and voice. In this
case, a time division multiplexer (TDM) provides 24 64 Kbps circuits. Digitized voice using
pulse code modulation (PCM) requires a 64 Kbps circuit so T1 circuit enables 24 simultaneous
voice channels. T2 circuit transmits data at a rate of 6.312 Mbps. Basically; it is a multiplexed
bundle of four T1 circuits. T3 circuits allow transmission at a rate of 44.376 Mbps, although
most articles refer to this rate as 45 megabits per second. This is equal to the capacity of 28 T1
circuits. T3 circuits are becoming popular as the transmission medium for corporate MANs and
WANs because of their higher data rates. At low speed, these T3 circuits can be used as 672
different 64 Kbps channels or voice channels. A T4 circuit transmits at
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The Causes Of Reconstruction In The American Civil War
After the North wins the Civil War the South was in ruins. Train tracks are demolished therefore
preventing supplies to be sent to the people living in the South, and hundreds of buildings have
collapsed. Thousands are dead or injured. Everyone knows what is coming next. Reconstruction has
just begun, but how long will it last? The Civil War ended in the year 1865 and because the North
won the war slavery was abolished. Amendments thirteen, fourteen, and fifteen have been ratified.
Amendment thirteen ended slavery. Amendment fourteen gave African Americans, American
citizenship and civil rights. The fifteenth amendment made it illegal to deny someone the right to
vote based on race. (The DBQ Project 505). Reconstruction started in 1866 through 1909. A
terrorist group called the Ku Klux Klan(KKK) is a white supremacist group that was against
Reconstruction and freedom and civil rights for the African Americans. Information for this essay
was used from the newspapers Harper s Weekly, Independent Monitor, and the Boston Evening
Transcript. Through thinking the African Americans should not be in the government, paying more
attention to the government frauds than reconstruction, and the public opinion turning against
reconstruction, the North is responsible for killing reconstruction. Since the North did not want the
free slaves in their government conflicts arose and ended reconstruction. The blacks, as a people,
are unfitted for the proper exercise of
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Persuasive Essay On Climate Change
Statistics show that on February 2017 it was reported that from 2016 Monarch Butterfly s
population count, which was just about 150 million butterflies, nearly one third of that population
decreased.As a matter of fact, these are the results of our actions like climate change, poaching
/farming, pollution and the destruction of their habitats. As a result , it is a priority that the public
is aware of these certain situations, so that we can fix the problem with climate change with some
possible solutions.
Species Information.The Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus) is a very beautiful and unique
creature who is desperate for the public s help and awareness. Like Elizabeth Goudge
mentioned, [N]ot quite birds, as they were not quite flowers, mysterious and fascinating as are
all indeterminate creatures .This species of butterfly have ten centimeter bodies from wing to
wing ; with a weight of less than half a gram. Therefore, these butterflies look pretty similar to
each other with both of them having two orange red wings with black veins and white spots
along the edges, so the way to distinguish a male from a female is by looking at noticable black
dots next to their veins and a difference in size indicating that their a male Monarch butterfly. That
being said, their estimated life span is about four to five weeks, and they live in forests and
mountains where they lay their eggs and along the way they pollinate the plants that keep them
alive.
Life Cycle.Speaking of the
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United States Six Economic Social Classes
Society is set up into a hierarchical triangle that essentially determines social class. A social class
is any person or group of people with the same educational, social or economical status. Social
class can be broken down into many different categories such as race, age, gender, economic status,
educational status and many more. Social classcan be measured in many different ways such as
financial status, family values, appearance, and demeanor. In America there are six main
economical social classeswhich are the: Very poor, Poor, Working class, Middle class
, Upper middle
class, and the ruling class.
The very poor class contains all citizens that have a very low economic status. Most have no
economic security, are unemployed, and have no education after high school. American citizens
in this class have just enough money to survive. The poor class includes any American citizen
who does not have enough money to have basic necessities. The working class includes
American citizens who have enough to provide basic needs for their family. They do not have
some of the simple luxuries; if they do; they have to save up to buy it. In the middle class, most
citizens go to college. People in the middle class do not necessarily live paycheck to paycheck,
but have enough money to spend on leisure. The next social class in America is the upper middle
class, whose citizens mainly attend private or charter schools. ( Hancock, 1998). They hold
professions such as doctors and
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Compare And Contrast Phoenix And Arizona State University
Choosing the perfect college to attend, may be one of the hardest decisions a teenager will ever
have to make in their lifetime. There are many factors that one must consider in order to make the
right choice. This decision is very difficult because various schools bring many different pros and
cons to the table. Does the collegehave the sport one wants to play? Does the college have many
different clubs one can join? There is also one of the major questions one has to ask themselves,
do I want to live here for most of the year for the next four, if not more, years of my life? Two of
my choices for college are Humboldt State Universityin Arcata, California and Arizona State
University, the Downtown Phoenix Campus, in Phoenix, Arizona. Humboldt State University and
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Arizona State University is located in Phoenix, Arizona where it is a very dry desert climate that
receives little to no rain each year. The high temperature can reach between 65 degrees Fahrenheit
in January to 104 degrees Fahrenheit in July (rrsWeather.com). The coldest month in Phoenix is
January when the average temperature overnight is 43.4В°F. (rrsWeather.com). Phoenix s climate
compares to Arcata, California where Humboldt State University, because Arcata receives much
more rainfall than Phoenix and its average highs and lows are very different. Arcata is dominated
by marine and coastal influences. On average, Arcata experiences 40 50 inches of rain per year,
mostly falling between October and April (Wikipedia: Arcata). In Arcata, temperatures rarely dip
below 30 В°F in the winters, and infrequently climb to the 70 s Fahrenheit in late summer and fall.
Thus making Arcata a much more pleasant place to live year round. Therefore, Humboldt State
University wins the competition in the category of weather and
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The Steinbeck s Book And The Migrant s Choice Of Words...
Having The Grapes of Wrath and Their Eyes Were Watching God on my library shelf occurred
because the two novels are required summer reading for my junior year language arts class. I
doubt I ever would have read Hurston s book, but Steinbeck s book is known to me. So, I took
advantage of this opportunity, to become involved with Tom Joad (and his family) and Janie
Crawford (and her grandmother and three husbands). From my reading, I saw connections with
the issues of power and self fulfillment, survival, family life and relationship, and community
connections. Both books take place in the 1930 s; one in rural Florida and the other from
Oklahoma to California. The writing style in the books relies on conversation indicative to the
identity of the characters and the setting. The initial problem I had is reading the southern dialect
spoken by the characters in Hurston s book and the migrant s choice of words and speech patterns
in Steinbeck s book. Eventually, I succumbed to it and became engaged with the character s
determination and the impact of events on their lives as the stories evolved.
Power is important in both books. For the Joads and the migrants it is confronting and dealing
with the landowners. The idea of power results in a bond between the Joads and the Wilsons, and
later incorporates the other migrant families. I see this as an example of self preservation.On the
other hand, for Janie, power of others prevents her from achieving independence and self
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Animal Products Is An Integral Part Of Society
Green and Clean Pleasant aromas waft through the air as steaks sizzle gently on the grill; the
sight of this tender, juicy meat placed amply upon a serving dish incites salivation and eager
anticipation. Consumption of animal products is an integral part of society; its grasp is deep, not
only at a primal but also at a psychological level. We all have happy memories and positive
associations with Grandma s pot roast or Aunt Sue s Thanksgiving turkey. But how often do we
stop and think what we are putting in our mouths may be creating a potentially negative and lasting
effect on the world we live in. Our daily consciousness is consumed with the hustle and bustle of
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Industrialized nations, specifically, the United States must stop the tragic damage being done to
the planet: noxious gases released into the atmosphere, contamination of vital water resources,
annihilation of once lush, verdant land, in addition to millions of wild animals being displaced,
disheveled and often killed, this exploitation cannot continue if we wish to see a vibrant future on
this planet. Is there a way we can help our world heal? Can we in part, contribute to the alleviation
of the burden our globe finds itself bearing? Perhaps, if each individual would examine his or her
eating habits and implement small earth friendly change, the tide could turn toward a positive
rejuvenation of the environment. We have one planet on which to live, to care for, and to pass on to
future generations; thoughtful insight and consideration is warranted to secure its vibrancy and
life. It is imperative to look at alternative, healing ways, to turn earth s grim prognosis around.
Attempts made to decrease greenhouse gas emissions caused by animal agriculture would be costly
and significantly impact budget constrains across the nation and would not stop the climate change
from occurring anyway as cyclical change is inevitable in the Earth s environment. Many worry
about the monetary impact that aiding the environment would create. Stopping to
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Chanticleer Research Paper
SAN FRANCISCO, April 4, 2016 Chanticleer, the internationally renowned Grammy award
winning 12 man choral ensemble, revels in its long dedication to the music of the Missions of
the Americas with Mission Road. The group will perform six concerts this May in historic
California Missions from Santa Barbara to San Francisco. Chanticleer has gloried in the beauty
and perfect acoustics of the California Missions ever since its inaugural 1978 concert in the old
Mission Dolores. In the 1990 s Chanticleer was at the forefront of the revival of 17th and 18th
century Mission period music, releasing two award winning recordings for Teldec: Matins for the
Virgin of Guadalupe and Mexican Baroque. This 2016 tour the third since 2008 exclusively
dedicated
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Carson s Character Changes
In Gifted Hands, a couple incidents took place that differed from the actual event. For example, in
the film, they show Ben as a kid who is constantly struggling throughout life. However, in reality,
Became an outstanding student and is one that always knows the answers ( Zondervan ).
Additionally, the reason why Ben became successful was altered in the movie. Carson s Character
was shown as a struggling person who had nothing in life. According to Carson, during the actual
event, Ghetto youngster to one of the most respected neurosurgeons in the world Even though the
director did not completely have everything align with the actual event in his film, Carter s movie
still proved to be a very informing moving. Carter s dramatic choices
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Challenges Faced By The World Today
CONCLUSION
Security is one of the major challenges that is being faced by the world today, as seen by continuous
revelations about breaches and incidents. On this note of insecurity and unpredictability, banking
industry is keen to redefine its approach to security thereby making an attempt to balance three
critical factors i.e. cost, innovation and risk. On parallel grounds, the domain of internal security is
undergoing drastic changes that mandates banking institutions to embrace new set of skills and
practices. Fraud can be categorized as a business risk it is like a sword of Damocles over a bank s
future. This must change for the good. The rapid pace with which the technology is changing, like
the recent explosion of cellular customers, is often entailed by necessary evils. An unstoppable
tsunami is engulfing banks with their employees and clients carrying their private electronic
gadgets to work. Similarly, applicants for BYOD has surged and simultaneously it accelerates the
rate of security threats, both ethically and technologically. Online banking proves to be the
antithesis of all the innovations of security professionals due to their identifiable features such as
their mobility, richness in data and susceptibility to theft.
Threat modelling and vulnerability assessment offers new insights that facilitates a more pro active
approach to security, provided organizations pay equal focus to the ever growing market of
potential threats. It should be acknowledged that
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Driver s Condition Research Paper
In these chapters, it covered handling emergencies and the effects on driver s condition. When
handling emergency there can be many scenarios like vehicle malfunctions, driver errors roadway
hazards, and collisions. Effects on driver s condition vary with emotions while driving, physical
senses while drivingand physical disabilities. Handling emergency many emergencies can happen.
When dealing with a blow out make sure you follow these steps keep a firm grip on the steering
wheel, do not slam on the brakes, let your car slow down gradually, Pull to the side of the roadonce
you have slowed to a safe speed and activate your emergency flashers. When dealing total brake
failure the brake light will warn you and you should proceed to the nearest stopping point. When
total brake failure occurs pump the brake pedal, downshift to a lower gear, pull and hold the
parking brake and search for an open zone safety. When the accelerator gets stuck try to unstick
your breaks as safe as possible then apply the brake chose an escape path to proceed to the path and
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Emotions while driving can with strong emotions they can distract you stay at calm focused
state. Physical sense while driving a lot is going on when you are driving your sight, hearing, and
smell. Changes in sight can distract you from driving. Hearing can help you identify your
surrounding but it can also distract you especially when you have other people in the car. The
smell can help identify leaks in your car. Physical disability physical disability can include fatigue,
tempory injury/illness, and permanent disabilities. Fatigue can disrupt you driving and make it
dangerous to drive. Temporary injury/illness can have effects on your driving that you will have to
adapt too. Permanent illness can make driving more difficult but there is specially made cars for
people with permanent
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Advantages And Disadvantages Of Surveying
Surveying is the technology of making scientific measurements on the earth s surface in order to
have desirable and products.
Surveying is used for, civil engineering projects, Monitoring of deformation existing structures,
Town planning, green plantation, development projects, forestation projects, etc..
Surveys can be classified based on instrument, o Chain o Theodolite o Compass o Leveling o
Tachometry o Total station o Global Positioning System( GPS )
Classification based on method of Surveys o Traversing o Triangulations o Trilateration
2.0Traversing
A traversing is circuit of survey line. It may be open or closed. When the linear measurement are
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It is a combination of, o Electronic theodolite o Electronic distance measuring device ( EDM ) o
Micro processor with memory unit.
This combination makes possible to determine the coordination of a reflector and simultaneously
measuring the vertical and horizontal angles and slope distances. A micro processor memory in the
instrument takes care of recording, readings and tne necessary coputation.
2.5Global Positioning System ( GPS )
GPS is the most modern technology or system used for surveying. GPS receiver and Measuring
tape are instruments to be used.
3.0Triangulations
Triangulation is basic method of surveying, when the area to be surveyed is large, Triangulation is
adopted. The entire area divided into network of
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The Executive Accused Of Fraud
A former bank executive accused of fraud, decides to create her own companionship business as
she plots to get back at the man responsible for getting her fired.
BRIEF SYNOPSIS
SLOAN EARNEST (40 s) is a former bank executive accused of fraud and fired from her job. She
has recently gotten a divorced from her husband, EDWARD, and is unable to sell her home. At a
bar she meets a man, CASH, who pays her for sex.
Sloan comes up with an unconventional new line of work. She decides to open her own
companionship or escort business called Ally Cats.
Sloan decides to assemble a team of workers and recruits SUNNY (20 s) a bartender, CHASTITY
(30 s) a stripper, and STELLA (60 s) her stylish. She also recruits a former co worker, who was also
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The Senator is willing to drop the charges if Sloan agrees to attend his fundraiser. She agrees.
Sloan continues to investigate the Senator and at the fund raiser, she exposes how he took millions
of bailout money for his personal use. Sloan is exonerated.
At the fundraiser, she runs into Cash, who is the mysterious person who warned her about the
Senator. Cash is an attorney who was supposed to do the audits that never happened. He heard
about one banker who was in favor of the audits and he wanted to get to know her, but their
relationship took a sudden, unexpected turn.
Cash tells her that the US Capital is the most expensive brothel in the world. He wonders what her
price is, as he slides over next to her.
STORY COMMENTS
AMERICAN WHORE offers an intriguing inside look into the two fascinating worlds. One is the
world of prostitution and the other is the world of bank fraud. What is cleverly emphasized is that
both of these worlds are similar. While some women prostitute their self for money, so does the
government and politicians. It s an interesting comparison.
The script is driven by solid themes of greed, seduction, and corruption.
While the connection between prostitution and the government is well appreciated, the script
would benefit from more development. Some of the areas that are worthy of discussion are
structure, tone, tension, and some more character development.
One of the first concerns to
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The Inside A Long Corridor
I stared in wonder, inside was a long corridor, lit by a glowing light, to the left were weapon
racks and to the right was an alchemy lab. Beyond that to the left was an underground bathing
pool with 5 built in seats, continually refilled by water streaming in from above. Opposite this
were a full set of forging, smelting and weapon crafting gear, beyond that was an alchemy table
and a set of empty book shelves. I was in love with the place already and determined it would be
my home. Opening a locked door at the end of the hall revealed a bed in the middle of the room,
several chests and to one side a kitchen area and the other were wardrobes. Behind the bed was
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The fact my legs were held at right angle meant it was unlikely I would be moved out of position.
I uncapped one of the bottles of monster residue and briefly inhaled before sealing the jar.
Within seconds my pussy was moist and lubricated enough that I could start the machine, a few
drops fell into the bucket below. With that I unlocked the brake, within seconds the shaft moved
against my crotch, licking at my sensitive lips a dozen times every second. Animalistic moans
echoed from me as I was overwhelmed by ecstasy. As I moaned in bliss, my shapely breasts
danced to the rhythm of the machine, my navel clenched and relaxed in the throes of each
climax. I felt flushed and was perspiring, I slipped my hands into the loops and crested heavenly
wave after heavenly wave while thinking will I be able to bring myself to stop the machine? Or
will I just be pleasured until I am too weak to move? My voluptuous figure squirming helplessly
driven by the unquenchable fire in my loins, my moans sounded incredibly loud to my ears but
couldn t be heard over the sounds of falling water. As I lay there floating, I mused it should be
easier to recruit other suppliers if the business really takes off. But the mead we are making will
take at least a month to ferment, so for now I can probably manage, down to the fact I produce far
more I m certain than most women do. As the torch went out that as my signal, I reluctantly
unhooked one
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Fin370 Berry s Bug Blasters Team Assignment Essay
Running Head: BERRY S BUG BLASTERS Berry s Bug Blasters FIN 370 January 18, 2010
Berry s Bug Blasters Berry s Bug Blasters is a privately held pest control company that has been
in business since at least 2005. They offer customers one time treatment and monthly service plans,
as well as chemicals to allow customers to complete some treatment on their own to eradicate a
variety of pests, including: roaches, termites, ants, scorpions, rodents, armadillos, snakes, bed bugs,
silverfish and bees. In 2005, the company had a negative net income of ($380.65), but has
successfully expanded since then, earning $293,475.56 in net income in 2006, then $769,000.80 in
2007, and $493,139.75 in 2008. The company now seeks to further expand... Show more content on
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By acquiring with another organization in the same industry will help Berry s Bug Blaster to
expand faster. All the costumers, equipments, building will be owned by Berry s Bug Blaster.
The expanding and population time will be shorter and will give them twice as much of
advertising. If Berry s Bug Blaster decide to merge with another organization will have the same
effect as acquiring the business but with merging will have the knowledgeable staff that will
helped them to know how to expand and be more popular for the public. Also if the other
company has more locations around the country, Berry s Bug Blaster will automatically expand
their services. Weakness of Each Approach Each of the approaches for expansion IPO,
Acquisition, or Merger also has weaknesses. An IPO can be expensive and may require 15 25%
of the money raised to cover the costs of raising capital in this way. An IPO also requires a
tremendous amount of reporting to meet the requirements of the SEC, both for the initial offering
and for the future publicly traded company, which not only requires the time and effort of staff
members but may also give valuable information to the company s competitors. All this reporting
then creates legal liability for errors and omissions in the prospectus, which adds a further layer of
complication. In the end, the former owners lose some control over the business and must share
future wealth with the new shareholders. Mergers
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Violating Personal Space Essay
Abstract
This is report is about the reactions of personal space when invaded. A total of 20 strangers were
tested to see how different genders and ages react to strangers coming to close. The experiment
took place in Woden plaza where a student stood behind a subject and watched there reaction from
the closeness. It was found that 60% of the subjects did react to the close proximities. This reports
also shows different theories to why people act the way they do when they feel violated.
Introduction
The effect of violating the personal space of solitary individuals.
According to Paatjes and Shwartz(1993) personal space is an invisible barrier that humans extend
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4.Intimate distance this space is between the 0.5 metres and the body and is usually set for family
and close friends. The individual feels comfortable and relaxed enough for someone to be that close.
The purpose of this study is to know and record different people of all age s reaction to personal
space being invaded by strangers. There had been another research conducted on the same topic
and both this report and the other are similar as they both get similar results. The results have been
predicted to vary among different age groups and different times.
METHOD
Participants
This experience consisted of 20 subjects from Woden plaza varying of age and gender. It also
included one student who was going to conduct the experiment.
Materials
The Materials that were used to measure the experiment where a pen and paper to record the
reactions of the subjects being tested, and the subjects themselves.
Procedure
The participants that were going to test the subjects, rode an escalator up and down and stood
behind someone and waited until the person noticed they were there then the subject waited until off
the escalator and noted what happened. This happened with all 20 people.
Results
Table 1: Personal space reaction timetable.
ParticipantAGE approxgender (F M)reaction
120 25Fmoved forward
220Mno reaction
360 70Mlooked around
445MNo reaction
520 30Fwalked away
650 60Fno reaction
740Mno reaction
860 70Fdidn t
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Compatibilism And Free Will
Yadata Osman Dr. Robinson Survey Philosophical Thought Section 060 11/08/2015 Paper 1
Compatibilists compare free will with freedom of action which is the lack of self control. We
are free to make our own choices, and we have free will, if we are not bounded by physical
restraints. Freewill is defined as the belief that our behavior is under our own self control. A
determinist, however, would argue and say that people are not free, and therefore are not at fault
for their actions. In this essay, I will argue that free will is not valid based on my religious
beliefs. I am a follower of the Christian faith, but my perspective on the subject shifts daily. I am
very bias with the concept of freewill and determinism. My perspective tends to follow
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Paper Towns Identity
In Paper Towns by John Green, I ve noticed the peculiar relationship between Margo and Quentin. I
believe that this symbolises two of the most important themes in the novel, being Identity and
exploration. Ever since Quentin and Margo found a dead body in a park together their friendship
hasn t been the same, then Margo disappears and leaves Quentin clues to find her or save her he
and his friends eventually skip graduation and explore the options these clues leave them along the
way Green develops his intense and sometimes complexly confusing themes.
When I was at the very beginning, I felt that the author clearly showed that even though Margo and
Quentin are next door neighbours and family friends, from when they were little, Margo has ...
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So he agrees and they end up having a really great time. I believe that this is the beginning of the
theme exploration within the novel. Personally I believe that Margo Roth Spiegelman fits
perfectly into the song On the Road Again because she can t stop going places she s never gone
before, exploring possibilities and exploring herself in a way too. I do however think that
Quentin has more of an explorative spirit than Margo as he explores himself, his love for Margo,
his friendships, the country and Margo s mind all by following some clues. Both characters
exploration develops throughout the text as Quentin s goes from exploring a new flavour of
nutrition bar to exploring his own actions and feelings that he hasn t even given the smallest
thought to over the past 17 years such as his love for Margo Roth Spiegelman, and exploring new
options such as he can actually be someone else to not only others but himself he does t just have
to be Margo s admirer. This is just like what many teens are going through right now, maybe not in
such a gigantic scale but there are so many teens out there right now including my self who are
exploring new horizons, such as tertiary study options and learning what the relationships we have
at this age mean to
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Keeping The Cold And Flu Bugs At Bey
Winter is a time of fun in the snow, hot chocolate, and resting by a warm fire. It is also a time for
viruses to run a muck. The following are a few tips to help keep the cold and flu bugs at bey. 1.
Wash your hands frequently. This is a commonly known virus fighter. Anything we touch has
been touched by others who might be carrying a virus. Frequent hand washing can keep us from
allowing these germs to enter our bodies. 2. Crack a window in your house for a few hours a day.
One of the reasons a house gets sick during the winter is because the germs have no where to go.
They get into the ventilation and circulate through the house with no outlet. Cracking a window in
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8. Drink your herb tea. Echinacea tea has properties to shorten the common cold and flu It is
also recommended to boost the immune system and fight infections. 9. Keep your hands away
from your nose and eyes. Touching your eyes and your nose can give any virus your hands may
have touched a quick route into your bloodstream. 10. Eat spicy foods. Eating spicy foods can
help to clear the sinuses and give you a bit of relief if you are unlucky enough to have caught a
cold. Certain spices can also shorten the length and severity of the cold. Since I have reached
what many call Middle Age , I am more conscious about my health as well as my diet then ever
before. I believe in eating healthy, after all our bodies are not designed to process any old junk.
My problem is defining what healthy eating really is? After putting Healthy Diet in my Google
search engine and getting over 25 million results, all claiming to have the answer I decided to do
my own research. I chose to look at the oldest people I know to see if there were any common
traits among them. The oldest being just a few months shy of her 100th birthday and the others
in their eighties and nineties. Now even though I am by no means a health expert or would I say
my research was even close to being accurate or scientific, I did find out what I believe are the two
most important factors to living a long life. Before we move on to them though first let me tell you
that not
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Magical Realism In The Novel By Namita Gokhale
ABSTRACT: Literature is the art of written works. Our life and all the subject are related to our
life is the subject matter or element of literature. Indian writing in English has acquired a great
significance in recent years, nor only in India but all over the world. Magical Realism which of
the term has had the most critical consideration, most of all up on the matter of fact, realist tone
of its narrative when presenting magical happenings, Namita Gokhale is a well renowned writer
of Indian literature. Namita Gokhale has penned down a total of face novels in English. She is the
co director of jaipur Literature Festival in this novel the protagonist Rachita Tivari (Bitiya) is a
young university lecturer firm Delhi, whose face has been... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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Scarred by her lover s suicide and an acid attack that has left her permanently disfigured, Rachita
Tiwari has sought refuge in a remote house in the Himalayan foothills. In this rambling house,
built by a foolhardy missionary over a hundred years ago, she lives alone, painting and repainting
her nails a bright red, careful not to look into mirrors. As she retreats in to herself, battling for
her sanity house is played out before her. It is hard to know what to make of NamitaGokhale s
Book of Shadows Reminded frequently of Idabel Allende s acclaimed House of Sprits the tale is
of a similar ethereal ilk. Bitya, a young University lecturer from Delhi has been left permanently
disfigured from an acid attacks by her former lover s sister. Veiled to hide her disfigurement, she
retreats to her childhood home in the Kumaon hills at the foot of the Himalayas to reflect on her
life. She lets the house soothe her soul and her housekeeper Lohaniju entertains her with stories. A
spirit who also narrates chapters filled with the salacious details of the former owner s lives haunts
the
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Similarities Between Martin Luther King Jr And Malcom X
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcom X differences and similarities help to guide them for a
cause greater then themselves; because, of Religion. They were both sons of minister s. Their
respective father both fault against racial inequality. Dr. King and Malcolm both at an early age
straightaway from the initial call to be men of the cloth; however the seed of greatness could not
be denied. After adversity both men step up to be leaders.
Kings revelation came several years after he started to attend college; where Malcolm was found
in prison. King who was born Michael King Jr. changed his name to Martin Luther King Jr. as did
his father once he went into minister. Malcolm Little changed his name to Malcolm X after being
released from prison where he had join the Nation of Islam, since in the Nation of Islam culture
his last name is considered a relic of slavery. The change from Little to X for Malcolm represented
the unknown last name stolen by slavery. King changed his name as did his father in honor of the
German Protestant religious.
Dr. King was a Baptist minister, in Atlanta Georgia, and a minister at his father s church Ebenezer
Baptist Church. His call to lead stemmed from his youth and since of family. King was more of a
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Malcolm was an innovator with a vision; which lead him to establish new temple posts and the
Muslim News Paper; which, help to spread the new of the Nation of Islam. He had a natural grift
to inspire greatness in people to fight against racial discrimination. Malcolm preached not only
about self love but self proud. He believed that the only way to end oppression was to meet
violence s with violence s. His most famous quote By any means necessary , because he believed
in physically; since for him and the Nation of Islam, true freedom would not happen without an
uprising in the
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Side Effects Of The American Revolution
The end of the American Revolution brought about a new sense of triumph for the privileged white
male colonist but did little in the sense of improving the lives of Native Americans, African
Americans and women. In fact, improvement in the lives of these groups was an unintended side
effect of the revolution, not the desired result.
In the beginning of the American Revolution, most Native Americans wished to remain neutral but
eventually sided with the British in hopes of preventing the American colonists from further
appropriating their land. When the American colonist won the American Revolution, the British
failed to protect their allies and offered Native American land to America in the Treaty of Paris.
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However, it did change the way women regarded themselves and broadened the traditional role of
motherhood. Prior to the American Revolution, a woman s role was restricted to the home. In the
sense that she be responsible for cooking, cleaning and bearing children. Married women had no
legal rights nor independence when it came to economic or political matters. The notion that a
woman was intellectually equivalent to a man was considered absurd. During the American
Revolution, women found themselves living independently of a man s presence and responsible for
duties both inside and outside the home. With this women developed a new sense of ability for
themselves. Women began to regard themselves as intellectual beings and started questioning their
lack of liberty and
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Theme Of A Violent Prosecutor
Byung Jae wook is a prosecutor notorious for his interrogation methods, who justifies the title of
the film to the fullest. During a riot between ecologists and the police, concerning a site where a
company is to built a factory that will inhibit migratory birds, one of the ecologists hurts a
policeman badly and is arrested. Byung believes that he is actually an agent provocateur and
proceeds on using his usual methods to exact his confession. However, the next day, the prisoner
is found dead and Byung is accused for his murder, and subsequently, ends up in prison. While
there, he falls victim to many of the criminals he has previously convicted, who beat him on every
chance, and if that was not enough, a supposed friend of his, prosecutor... Show more content on
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Hwang Jung min is rapidly becoming the next Kang Ho song (or Choi Min shik if you prefer)
with protagonist roles in films like New World, Ode to My Father, Veteran, The Wailing, and
others, due to his prowess in acting. In this particular film, he plays a character that justifies the
title from the start, being quite violent as a prosecutor. However, his role is not much
demanding, and in that fashion, he does have the chance to show his multilayered talent. Gang
Dong won (The Priests, The Secret Reunion) on the other hand, is a former model, who owes
most of his popularity to his looks rather than his acting talent. Lee Il hyeon took advantage of
the fact, drawing Chi won as a cocky ladies man, whose beauty and charm is irresistible, and
Kang delivered to the fullest, in a role that was tailored to suit him. Furthermore, the scene that he
is dancing with some older women is the funniest in the film and the fact that he sprouts American
phrases (like Hey, what s up, bro ) every chance he gets, is also a reason for laughter. One of the
film s best performances comes from Park Sung woong (Office, The Shameless), who elaborately
portrays a character that lingers between corruption for his own merit and doing the right thing, as
prosecutor
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Role Of Julius Caesar In The Gaul
Julius Caesar s role in the Gaul had a large impact in many aspects of his career such as the
military, wealth and influence on Rome and political power. Julius Caesar was a Roman
politician who turned the Roman republic into the powerful Roman Empire. Caesar overthrew
the Roman republic and founded the rule of the emperors. In this period Caesar used the
problems to his advantage and created his own supreme political and military power, gaining the
trust of Rome and building his army. Caesar is well known throughout the whole world as one of
the most powerful and successful leaders that has ever lived. In his young years, his father had a
major impact on him, as he had political success, and the family has a history in politics, which had
helped Caesar in starting out in politics. Julius Caesars first important political success had
occurred in 63b.c.e when Caesar was appointed the role of Chief Religious office in Rome; this
had set him up for future political roles. Caesar was very strategically and had many tactics to
how he would rule; he always wanted more glory and political and military opportunities and
would overcome all challenges he faced. In 59B.C.E Caesar won an election to become consul, the
senate then assigned him to lands that gave Caesar no opportunities for military exaltation, as he
did not want Caesar to succeed. Caesar realised he would need more allies to overcome his
opponents in the senate. He then formed the alliance that was known as the First Triumviratewith
the Roman General Pompeywho brought wealth and military success. During Caesar s rule he
gained a lot of military success due to how he led his army
Military during Caesar s rule was a high contribution of his success. Military success was
important to Julius Caesar as it gave him wealth to succeed in Roman politics. It was important
was important for Caesar because it gives him enormous power in the military; this means his
army would be big and strong and would be able to protect Caesar. Success in a war gave Caesar
more glory and brought more wealth to him, and made Caesar rise more to fame. In Rome political
success brought opportunities for military command, as Julius Caesar already had much political
power, his
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Three Main Factors Leading To The Fall Of Mayan Civilizations
Mayan civilization, as one of the most dominant indigenous societies throughout the history, has
never been forgotten either by historians or normal people. With its vigorous development, an
era of Golden Age began during the Classic Period. However, once untouchable, Mayan
civilization crashed in such a short time as if it had never appeared before. The collapse of
Mayan civilization is like a mystery for historians today, so they never give up searching for
evidence that caused the dramatic reversal in history. Since there was not a decisive cause led to
the fall of Mayan civilization, three main factors possibly could bring about the Maya collapse
contemporarily: drought, warfare between city states, and overpopulation. Foremost, drought plays
a dominant role in leading to the fall of Mayan civilization. Drought has always been connected
with a part of extinction because the living environment is one of the most crucial points for
survival. Drought is caused by prolonged shortages of water supply and there is no species can live
without water, so all the living factors are depending on the living environment. Mayan civilization
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According to a famous archaeologist, anthropologist, epigrapher Michael D. Coe s estimate, The
Maya region may have supported a population of some ten million people during the height of
the classic period. Such a large population was probably insupportable in the long run because of
the difficulties of ensuring a steady water supply and because of the limits of the region s
agricultural capacity. For those regions suffered from a water shortage, the lack of rain and
repeated crop failures make it entirely impossible for farmers, which accounts for 90 percent of the
population, to make a living. As a result, under the pressure of limited resource and living
circumstances, overpopulation explained the decline of Mayan
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Why Is Tom Stoppard Unravel The Mystery Of Arcadia
I present to you a stage version of science, love, art, and the quest to unravel the mysteries of
Arcadia that is set in Sidley Park, in Derbyshire. This astonishing play has it all!
Arcadia, Tom Stoppard s greatest masterpiece of the last 20 years. For the very first time,
Stockton Empire Theatre has the pleasure of showing Stoppard s brilliant play, which he is viewed
as one of a kind.
This play shows us the tale of two centuries, shifting flawlessly between 1809 and the present day.
The love versus intellect. In 1809, a curious young Thomasina Coverly interrupts her lesson by
asking her tutor Septimus Hodge what carnal embrace is. Her ideas about mathematics, nature and
physics theories are way ahead of her time. The setting shifts to the
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Hot Tin Roof
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof starts like it ends, with drama. It is set on a plantation in Mississippi and
there is never a dull moment on the plantation. Every single character has their own distinct
personality that makes the reading of this play an exciting time. Although the personalities are fun
to read about, the difference in personalities creates drama in the house. The story is centered
around the Pollitt familyas members of the family try to convince Big Daddy to leave them the
plantation when he passes. Caton a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams is an exciting play that is
focused around the drama of a Mississippi family.
The plot of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is a very interesting one. It all starts in the main setting of the
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The first Character that needs to be mentioned, Brick, is the quietest and most reserved character
in the play. Brick is a former football player and a famous announcer. (Williams 149). Brick is in
a constant battle with himself throughout the whole story. This being because he has started
drinking at all times so that he can hear a click in his head and become peaceful. The reason that
he drinks is because he feels he is responsible for his friends Skipper s death. Brick s drinking is
important to the play because it shows his disinterest in almost everything that occurs during the
book. For example, while the will of Big Daddy s is being discussed, Brick is outside on the
balcony having a drink. Gooper says to Maggie during this scene Why don t you go out there
and drink with Brick? (Williams 149). This also is important because it shows that they
characters in the play realize that Brick has no interest in anything besides his drink. Brick is an
interesting character because he is the only one who does not thrive for Big Daddy s love, yet
he is the only one who receives it. Brick can also be described as a character who is disgusted.
He is disgusted with many events in this play. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof was heralded by some as
the play in which homosexuality was at last to be presented without evasion (Bentley). This
quote by critic Eric Bentley stands true because the idea of homesexuality in the play is another
reason Brick is disgusted. He is disgusted with the world for the most part because nobody
understand that his and Skipper s relationship was not a homosexual one.He states Why can t
exceptional friendship, real, real, deep, deep friendship! between two men be respected as
something clean and decent (Williams 117). This could be a reason that he is also sort of
disgusted with women. Critic Jere Huzzard says Clearly both father and son had enjoyed a physical
competency
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Interpreting Nature
Edgar Allen Poe s creation of the detective Le Chevalier C. Auguste Dupin paved the way for
detective stories. ..........................................
One of the main characteristics of successful analysis, as said by Holmes, is the ability to reason
backwards ( A Study in Scarlet ). These views reflect the thoughts of the 17th century philosopher
of science, Sir Francis Bacon. Sherlock also uses the phrase ones ideas must be as broad as nature
if they are to interpret nature. This idea of interpreting nature is also similar to Bacon s views as
Bacon writes about interpreting nature in one of his philosophical works called The Novum
Organum Scientiarium (which translates as The New Instrument of Science).
Philanthropist and founder of the McCauley institute ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Edmond Locard was an avid reader of the Sherlock Holmes stories and was influenced very
heavily by them, so much so that he built his own forensics laboratory. He proceeded to create
Locard s Exchange Principle which explains that if two things rub upon each other for example
(or come into contact with each other) they will always leave a trace of themselves on each
other, every contact leaves a trace. Locard was very influential in the field of forensic science as
he developed the science of poroscopy which is the study of the pores in fingerprints, and also said
that if 12 points of two fingerprints matched that they were the same, i.e. a positive identification. In
A Study In Scarlet, Holmes talks about the identification of ashes and afterward Locard wrote a
paper on the identification of tobacco by a study on ashes. Locard also published a paper titled
The Analysis of Dust Traces in which he directly address the Holmes novels, saying a police
expert... would not find it a waste of time to read Doyle s novels. Interestingly, Locard was dubbed
the Sherlock of France (The Forensics
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Decolonization Of The Country Of Ghana
One of the most desirable qualities to achieve is independence. Whether it be regarding intellectual,
financial, or emotional aspects of life, striving for independence continues to be a universal concept.
For the country of Ghana, independence became a necessity, and this type of freedom could only be
obtained through a process called decolonization. Decolonization is when a country removes itself
from a location it has colonized, leaving that location independent to govern over itself. The nature
of this can be problematic, due to the extensive difficulties of creating a functional country with
little time or practice. Decolonization originated from nationalist movements throughout the late
19th and early 20th century, and the observation of older colonies obtaining independence both
inspired and guided the country of Ghana to do the same. Understanding that the rewards of
decolonization far outweigh the problems it may bring is essential. The desire for decolonization
began once countries realized that the colonizing countries were not invincible. Weaknesses were
shown during World War II especially. Some of these weakness were the lack of attention and lack
of control these colonizing countries had. The colonized people s thirst for independence on top of
this vulnerability presented a perfect opportunity to begin independence movements. During the
beginning of World War II, a document named the Atlantic Charter was created. This document
described the goals of the
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The Actual Definition of Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy is an exhilarating career with challenging requirements and great responsibility.
The actual definition of physical therapy is The treatment of physical dysfunction or injury by the
use of therapeutic exercise. The definition of Physical Therapist is A person who examines your
injuries, talks to you about your symptoms and progress, and helps you design and carry out your
treatment plan. They also provide services that help regain function, enhance movement, ease pain,
and avert permanent disability.
Physical Therapy is prominent in treating diseases and disabilities. Physical Therapy takes part in
treating heart and lung diseases, types of paralysis, and some muscle weaknesses. It helps stroke
victims recover to maximum strength in their condition. These are some of the many reasons that
physical therapists are needed now, and always will be. Physical therapists deal with many types
of people, with a limitless age range. They work with infants that are born prematurely, that have
birth defects, all the way to elderly people who have medical or other health issues. To make more
individualized treatment plans for everyone, they look at each person and develop a treatment
technique to promote healing and mobility. There is a countless variety of needs for physical
therapy, and that is how they determine which treatment is best for you. Everyday, 750,000 people
need physical therapy. Physical Therapists not only create the plans, they guide
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Quintus Horatius Flaccus
The poet Horace is how the English knew him, but his birth name is Quintus Horatius Flaccus,
he was born in Italy in the little town of Venusia near the border of Apulia and Luciana, whence
likes to describes himself as Lucanus an Apulus anceps man on December 8, 65 B.C. An
important difference to annotate is Horace s father was an Italian freedman (a former slave who
has been released from slavery), but he did not get to experience that life style. For he was born
free. Horace expresses how his father was a man of a few acres, but refuses to send him to the
local school where all the boys went instead he work hard to send him to the best and exclusive
school in Rome the Grammaticus Orbilius, where the knights and senators would send their first
born. After the school in Rome as young man Horace went to study in a famous school in Athens,
his focus was in literature and philosophy; this was equivalent to a university. In 44 B.C., when the
Civil war broke, he risks his life to help... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
This job came with a good salary and allowed him to receive excellent commissions for collecting
and registering the state revenues. This job allow him to enrich himself to a point that now he
could be eligible to be a senator. In Rome one of the most expensive city of those times; where even
Kings would rent a third floor walkout, Horace achieve to make his prayers come true, by owning
his house with several slaves and a stable not a little achievement, Horace used to pray for a piece
of land no so big with gardens and, near the house, a spring that never fails, and a bit of wood to
round it off we can find this in his poetic book of Satire 2.6.1. The greatest accomplishments for a
man who, all his life was made fun of and abuse, for being the son of a
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Analysis Of The Sum Of Our Follies
The Sum of Our Follies (2014) is a recent Malaysian fictional work written by Shih Li Kow. It is
a regional piece a addressing the most conspicuous thrillers of place s meaning and literary
imagination. The story hinges upon several episodes in a small town called Lubok Sayong and
other replaces. Furthermore, the plot includes a number of perennial actions which perpetuate the
token of proximity shared by the lives of Lubok Sayong s inhabitants who reciprocate their visions
in an agnate perspective on life. It is an inherent call for the common sense of human individuality
in a collective place uniting different ways of life. These people are the authentic human
phenomenon in a fictional setting. In fact, the story depicts real life images, such as contemporary
Malaysian peripheries; and challenged once again by socio cultural apathy, the specter of the story
s fictional pluralism and the affectionate buoyancy of Shih Li Kow who seems particularly
instructive (Cross, 2006: 49).
The novel tells the story of a middle aged man called Auyong, or the narrator, and an orphan girl
Mary Anne. Auyong leaves his city and job as a supermarket manger in order to work in the town s
lychee canning factory. This circulates his destitution as a human being seeking perfection ... Show
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The traditional confines among regional places fade away and the human boundary demarcation
substitutes each other in successive waves. This demarcation is brought about the memento of
departure of the enormous technological advancement sweeping through any civilization. More
specifically, this essay examines the ambulatory, or mobile, populations, cyber culture and
technological advancement. This is because The Sum of Our Follies is a riveting story which
pulls the reader into a world which is at once particular and universal (Leon, 2014:
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The Canadian Human Rights Act
Introduction
Discrimination is an action or decision that treats a person or group negatively for reasons such as
their race, sex, age or disability (Ministry of Justice [DOJ], 1985). Under the Canadian human right
act, there are 11 grounds a person may be discriminated against. These include race, national or
ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, disability
and a conviction for which a pardon has been granted or a record suspended (DOJ, 1985).
Employment discrimination happens when an employee is treated unfavorably because of said
characteristics by employers. It is illegal to discriminate in any aspect of employment, and this
extends beyond just hiring and firing. Society progresses and becomes enlightened overtime, but
discrimination is still quite common. There are many ways that a person could be discriminated
against. The Canadian Human Rights Act calls these discriminatory practices (DOJ, 1985).
Examples of said practices include: Excluding potential employees during recruitment, paying
equally qualified employees in the same position different salaries, discrimination when issuing
promotions or lay offs, etc. Left unattended, discrimination in the workplace can be costly. Victims
suffer and employers experience a loss of productivity, leading to damaged employee morals, and
loss of profit. This report will outline the most common types of discrimination encountered in the
work place, the problem they cause,
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Timmy Turner Short Story
One early morning Cosmo Cosma walked outside into the damp, foggy air, where he had noticed
his basketball idol, Timmy Turner, appeared out of the misty, white fog. His favorite player in the
world just appeared, and Cosmo was mystified by his vision. Cosmo had started trudging towards
Timmy because he heard his voice calling him in a captivating tone, and once he had begun his
process towards Timmy, his idol gradually begun to evaporate into mid air. When Cosmohad seen
the development begin he had rapidly begun to sprint towards Timmy, when he suddenly had been
awoken from his hypnotic state because of luminous, golden lights materialized from the fog. The
mesmerizing lights turned out to be his friend Jorgen Von Strangle, who had come to pick up
Cosmo for their Saturday morning basketball practice.
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This time Cosmo thought to himself, he would not be fooled, so Cosmo had gotten a toy blow
up baseball bat of his room and went to hit Timmy with it only to find out it was his dog Chet
Ubetcha. Chet Ubetcha quivered in fear. Cosmo thought he was crazy, he made himself food
because he was still famished. After Cosmo had eaten, he heard a noise, ding dong, he then
heard it again ding dong. He thought there was someone at the door, but then he thought there
couldn t be, not only was it after 9 o clock, there town district has a curfew because of the current
outbreak in toxic gases that can make you see things that aren t there. To make sure there was no
one at the door, he walked to the door, opened it and again it was Timmy. This time Cosmo wasn
t sure what to do, so he just shut the door. Cosmo then went back upstairs and went t bed hoping it
was all a bad dream. The next day Cosmo woke up and he had completely forgot about the day
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Gm530 Final Exaple
Course Project GM530
DeVry University Keller Graduate School of Management
Professor Managerial Decision Making (GM530)
Table of Contents Executive Summary3 Introduction Overview of Decision Problem4 Problem
Statement4 Objectives5 Summary of Key Objectives:5 Alternatives6 Description of Alternatives:6
Selection7 Consequence Table with Original Values: Retirement / Job Change Costs7 Ranking
Alternatives: Title8 Scoring Model: Scoring the Alternatives8 Weighted Scoring Model: Decision
time8 Consequences9 Risk Profile: Title9 Implementation, Monitoring and Control10 Timeline:11
Summary11 Works Cited12
Executive Summary
Decision clarity in decision making is one of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
In the end at 60 years of age I want to be in a position to stop work, enjoy my grandchildren and
travel with my family. I would like to have my own business but not at the point of losing my
savings and retirement to make that happen. This would allow for my family to pay off its bills,
position my children for college and ensure our time with our grandchildren.
Summary of Key Objectives:
Fundamental Objectives| Means Objectives| Objective 1Work long enough to ensure
retirement.| Means Objective APerform to increase pay and stability in the job| | Means
Objective BLook for the opportunity for role promotions | | Means Objective CComfortable in
role and am satisfied, little risk still a challenge| Objective 2Higher pay and opportunity for
advancement.| Means Objective AEnter into a new field such as Aerospace or Homeland
Security and out of IT| | Means Objective BMove to a new company, stay in IT field for more
money| | Means Objective CBetter pay, benefits and working conditions| Objective 3Be my own
boss.| Means Objective ALook at using the skills I have learned over my lifetime in others
business for myself | | Means Objective BWork from home| | Means Objective CHave a business to
turn over to my son to run|
Alternatives
In our text it is brought out that the visionary leader is willing to commit to change, Kopeikina
states on page 197 that
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Shakespeare Hermione Analysis
Shakespeare presents Hermione as a remarkable woman starting from her first utterance, the
personal pronoun I . This drives the audience to believe she is independent, which connotes to
freedom, allowing her to say to Leontes you, sir, charge him too coldly . Also, this would have
shocked traditional audiences as womanwere inferior and were reliant on men as they were
essentially possessions. Also, she only talks when Leontes says speak you , as a defence in court
she said she loved Polixenes even so and no other than Leontes commanded . Furthermore, she
addresses Leontes as sir not by his personal name meaning he s superior showing Hermione s
inferiority. Hermione could be argued as normal as woman had no rights. As Hermione was
impertinent to Leontes saying you, sir, judge him too coldly . This would have shocked the
traditional audiencebut instead of telling Hermione off Leontes congratulates her saying well said
Hermione . This shows Leontes and Hermione s love. Shakespeare shows Hermione to be the
better person and Leontes as the tragic hero. Shakespeare could be being counter cultural
conveying kings are corruptible not (as believed in culture starting with James the 1) infallible.
Shakespeare is objecting to the divine rights of kings using Leontes as he is not adhering to this
concept. Shakespeare does this in most of his plays under king James for example in Macbeth king
Duncan makes a mistake (culturally unthinkable). Shakespeare uses a semantic
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An Emerging Class Of Non Relational Database Management...
NOSQL is an emerging class of non relational database, used to handle Big Data, it stands for Not
Only SQL which solve the problem of processing unstructured data, considering that this non
relational database does not use a schema, and does not relay on the table/key model used in
RDBMSs (Relational DataBaseManagement System).
NOSQL have the following characteristic:
Scalability: the competence to store data across multiple data stores simultaneously, moreover
enlarge and decrease the size of data stores in response to the need. All these operations must be
invisible to the end users.
Data and Query model: a specific framework are used in SQL to store data, in addition data are
access intelligently with a requisite set of query APIs.
Interface diversity: a variant connection mechanism is offered for programmers and data base
managers; it also supports RESTfull APIs.
Persistence design: a very fast memory system of the servers is used to keep the entire database.
Eventual consistency: Basically Available Soft state and Eventual Consistency known as BASE is
the used mechanism to ensure the consistency of data, rather than Atomicity, consistency of
Isolation, Durability ACID used in RDBMS.
The main technology under NoSQL are: Key Value Pair Store, Document Oriented Databases, and
Graph databases.
a)Key Value Pair Store:
KVP is the simplest od NoSQL databases, uses to store huge amount of data, it employs the Key
Value Pair model.
KVP does not require a schema like
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Atlantic Ocean Research Paper
3 Ocean s significance
Pacific Ocean: The Pacific Ocean can be found in between Asia and North America and South
America. Something unique about the ocean is the animal and plant habitat that lives there. There
are a lot of varieties of plants such as algae, and animals. Atlantic Ocean: The Atlantic ocean has
over 106,460,000 kmВІ, making at the second largest ocean in the world behind the Pacific. Are
unique fact about the Atlantic Ocean is a has over 18 volcanoes. Arctic Ocean: out of the five
great oceans in the entire world the Arctic Ocean is considered the smallest of the all. It barely
reaches over 5.427 square miles. Unique fact about the Arctic Ocean is that it s the northernmost
region ocean of the earth 2. 3 Sea s uniqueness ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Do you expect about this lake is that it is considered the deepest lake in the world. It s that
reaches down to 5314 feet. Lake Victoria: lick Victoria is found in the east central Africa
separating Tanzania, Kenya, and Uganda. It is the largest lake by surface area in the continent of
Africa. 5. 3 Bay s uniqueness
Chesapeake Bay: The Chesapeake Bay is located in the northeast part of the United States in
Maryland and Virginia. Are unique fact about this beat is that it s the largest estuary in the
United States. San Francisco Bay: this based on on the west coast of the United States and
California and in the city of San Francisco. The average depth of the San Francisco Bay is only
approximately 12 15 feet. Jamaica Bay: this based on on the south side of Long Island in New
York, in the United States. Elite fact about this bay is that has fish, wildlife and plant habitat that
is considered important for food resource. 6. Out of all the bodies of water we ve talked about on
this assignment, I would have to say that the oceans to me are the most fascinating. There are still
many mysteries under the oceans that have yet to be discovered and the ones that have been
discovered have been astonishing with still searching for the discovery of new volcanoes under the
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  • 2. Human Trafficking In Haiti It s one of the biggest problems that we have , said Jean Max Bellerive, Haiti s previous prime minster. What he s referring to is the human trafficking issue that has boomed in this country. Human trafficking has existed in Haiti for years, destroying families and individuals. The issue hasn t been this big until recent years, which I plan to look into. Human trafficking has become such a huge industry not only in Haiti, but also through the whole world causing it to have such a huge impact on global politics. What I plan to investigate is how the issue of human trafficking affects global politics in a whole. Before going too deep into this issue, everyone should understand what human trafficking is. Human trafficking is the illegal movement of people, typically for the purposes of forced labor or commercial sexual exploitation.This may include providing a spouse in a forced marriage or the extraction of organs or tissues. Yuri Fedotov, the head of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime, said, At any one time, 2.4 million people suffer the misery of this humiliating and degrading crime. It is estimated that only one out of 100 victims of trafficking are ever rescued. When first looking into this issue, I wondered why human trafficking has become such a huge problem in Haiti so I tried to find some connection between the two and I what found was tragic. On January 12, 2010 an earthquake with a magnitude of 7 hit Port au Prince devastated this country. Over 188,383 houses ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Rhetoric About Dating Logos Main Claim o We have sacrificed conversation for more connection o It is explicit and very clear. It says it word for word in the second sentence and continues to defend it throughout the article. Reasons o The audience is society as a whole especially those that think that connection with media can overcome lack of conversation accustomed to a new way of being alone together young people who have grown up fearing conversation connecting in sips doesn t work as well when it comes to understanding and know one another Not too much not too little, just right o Yes, the evidence is audiencebased. It describes the underlying reason why people rely on technology for communication so much and can be eye opening to those not ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The underlying one is that conversation is a good thing and is necessary for proper growth in relationships. Some may think that this lack of conversation is simply how society is and is not necessarily a bad thing Evidence o The Business man o The teenage boy o Senior Partner at Boston Law Firm o Sophomore wanting to talk to robot about dating o Elderly home woman talking to robot seal o I think the evidence is effective because it shows that this issue occurring among all generations and all different situations. It is related back to the main claim by explaining why it is important in all these scenarios to have real conversation with real people. Alternative/Opposing Views o I would say most of the evidence is one sided however the solutions provided at the end make it less one sided. Rather than saying to eliminate technology the author says to compromise and take dedicate time and places to just set it aside for a while to have real conversation. o I think that because it is more of a compromise the author successfully connects with the opposing side by not completing turning them off. Ethos Writer o Sherry Turkle, Technology ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Windows versus Linux Windows, and Linux are very different operating systems that are also very similar in multiple ways. Windows was first sold on November 20, 1985 under the name Windows 1.0. It was revolutionary for it s time. People had been used to using command line interface to type out there commands. Windows 1.0 allowed for them to just point and click on what they wanted. Then, along came Linuxa few years later. Linux was revolutionary because it was Unix like and it was open source. Open source meant that anyone could access the source code to tailor it to their liking. This has allowed multiple different versions of Linux to be produced since then including one called Lindows. Lindows is exactly what you would expect from the name. It is a version... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Linux also started with a command line interface like Windows. There are many similarities between the two. Whether or not someone selects to use it is all based on preference. A detailed evaluation will often reveal that Windows has more features, and is easier to sue than Linux. When I took a survey of my peers it revealed that ninety percent of end users preferred to use Windows over Linux. I asked these people why they preferred Windows to be given multiple reasons. Some said that they preferred to use an operating system that was native to them since they had grown up using Windows. Others said that they liked the features better, and liked the innovations. When I asked about Lindows they said that it would just not be the same especially considering that Linux in it s native form can not run .exe applications which has become a major part of the typical end users daily application usage. Truth be told however if someone was just going to browse the internet to check e mail, and perform other miscellaneous tasks there is no distinction based on operating system. The major problem comes in when a user needs to use specific applications or software made for Windows. Linux is a valuable asset if you are looking to host a server but do not want to purchase Microsoft server which is the Windows equivalency. It is easy to use, maintain, and valuable to any network that requires a server. When it comes down to it both operating systems can do the same thing, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Examples Of Obsession In Land Of The Lost Without obsession, life is little to nothing. However, when the obsession begins to take a hold of one s life and becomes a ritual that has to be done on a regular basis, in addition to undertake the procedure of stripping oneВґs life of everything unrelated to the obsession. This is where the obsession it starts to get out of hand. Such an obsession plays a major role in the short storyLand of the Lost written by Stewart OВґNan, where the reader follows a lonely woman, who has nothing else to preoccupy herself with but to attempt to solve the mystery of where a murderer buried a dead girl. In Stewart OВґNan s short story Land of the Lost the reader is introduced to a woman who works as a cashier at BI LO, a shop of some sorts. The reader is given next to noting regarding background information about this woman, the reader does not even know of her name. The reader gets the feeling that the woman is a healthy and ordinary person. However shortly after the start of the short story the woman learns about the case of a missing girl, which immediately grabs her attention, she starts to discuss the case with her customers and colleagues to the extent that she is told to stop by her manager. Further on into the story it becomes obvious that what started as a mere interest has turned into an obsession, which quickly takes a hold of the woman s life, the story says; At night when she couldn t sleep she sat up in her bed and went over ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She knows that the right thing to do is to report to the authorities that she has found a dead body, on the other hand reporting the dead body would mean that her life wound once again become meaningless. The reader is never directly told what choice she made, but it does say This time she would make sure. Then everybody would know she wasn t crazy. The only way to make sure that everybody would know that she wasn t crazy would be to reveal where the dead body is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Revolutionary War Dbq Some major challenges Americans faced during the War for Independence was the lack of organization at the beginning of the war they experienced difficulty with training and organizing the troops for war. The soldiers were always drunk and not following directions, which caused them to accidentally kill one another. Not all American supported the war, if it was believed that you supported the war you would be imprisoned, abused or killed. The American Revolutionary War, caused turmoil between American colonists and the British government which lead to the Independence of Britain. I believe the British lost because their army wasn t large enough. What were some of the changes that took place in Europe between the years 1000 and 1492, and why... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It was said that Christopher Columbus re discovered North America. Describe and explain the roles played by loyalists, African Americans, women, and American Indians during the Revolutionary War. How did the outcome of the war affect them? Native American and African American women played an active role in military side of the war. Many women had to defend themselves and their homes. Women sewed uniforms and blankets for the solider. None of these rights were given to African American women. Native American women had more power than the European women. African Americans were slaves, trying to gain freedom. Describe and explain the characteristics of the pre Columbian indigenous cultures that existed in the Pacific Northwest, the California coastal region, the Southwest, the Mississippi Valley, the Southeast, and the Northeast. What is the legacy of these cultures? Pacific Northwest traditional cultures include wild plants, fish and salmon. Women gathered fruits and vegetables. The men did the hunting and fishing. Salomon was a major part of their food supply. The California Coastal region culture was acorns which was a traditional food in California. The Southwest culture was known for their rainforests, mountains, plains, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Why Is Dad Important To Me My dad has taught me hundreds if not thousands of life lessons. They range from being respectful to everyone to working hard and never giving up. These sorts of lessons I will carry through my life and someday teach to my kids. He is still continuing to this day to teach me lessons and he will continue even after I leave for college. The lessons that I am learning today have to deal more with money. As I am entering the real world where I will have to pay for things myself I have become more appreciative for what he has to say. I am so glad that my dad has talked to me about how to handle money because it is an important issue to discuss. How a person handles money and the money decisions that they make can infect their entire lives.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This applies to everyone from the CEO of a multi million dollar company to the guy who sweeps the floor. In either situation you have to think about how you spend your money. The CEO has to think about how to improve his company. They have to think about where their money needs to go to help grow and improve their company. I have read lots of stories about how a CEO ran his or her company into the ground. These people were unwise and spent money where it didn t need to be spent. They didn t think before they spent. On the other end of the spectrum the floor sweeper also needs to think before he spends. If he wants to have a better job, he might have to save up and pay for night classes instead of buying those new shoes. Doing this will help him make more money in the long run. The way that my dad taught me to do this was he would always ask me the same question before I ever bought something. He would say Asher is this exactly what you want? . When I was younger I would always say yes. I didn t think about my purchase and countless times I would be disappointed. Then as I got older I did start thinking about it. If it was exactly what I wanted I bought it and had no regrets, but if it wasn t I just didn t buy it. I now ask myself that question before I ever buy something and it has really helped me ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. The Canterbury Tales In The Canterbury Tales By Geoffrey... The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer is a story of a contest who can tell the best tale. The rules of the contest were as follows: Each pilgrim would tell four tales for the trip to Canterbury, two on the journey there and two on the way back.. The tales will be judged by the Host for it s entertainment and moral lessons. The winner of the contest will enjoy a meal paid for by the remaining pilgrims at the Host s Inn. The Miller s Tale had fulfilled the criteria to win the contest. It was a shorter story, but it was entertaining and had a few lessons that can be learned from hearing or reading it. This story is significant because it does a great job of pointing out of some of the problems in the church during that time as well as how the morals of some people were not strong as well. The Miller s Tale is the story of a carpenter, his lovely wife, and the two younger gentlemen who are in love with the carpenter s wife. The carpenter, John, is married to a much younger woman, Alison, who is considered a local beauty. To make a bit of extra money, John rents out a room in his house to a poor but clever cleric named Nicholas, who has taken a liking to Alison. The other man interested in Alison is a clerk named Absalon. Nicholas uses his astrological studies to convince John to prepare for a storm so he and Alison could have the night alone. With Nicholas and Alison alone, Absalon tries to get Alison to like him by singing to her but she does not find him attractive. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Similarities Between Of Mice And Men John Steinbeck is considered one of the great American authors. His novels centered on the American landscape, particularly California. John Steinbeck s 1937 novel, Of Mice and Men, is a classic American novel about two ranch workers who struggle to keep their dream alive. In 1992, a MGM film adaptation directed by Gary Sinise was created. As with all book to film adaptations, many people debate over which work is better. Some say that the book is better because it creates a mood of darkness within the reader. Although both works convey their themes well, Steinbeck s novel has more emotional impact on readers due to its setting and mood. The novel s setting exceeds the film s because it is meaningful and symbolic. The author utilizes the California... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Characters are presented differently scene to scene to change the reader s perspective of them. For example, in the film Curley s wife is depicted as a lonely housewife who is desperate to leave her husband. Although this characterization is accurate, the novel provides a more complex view of her because it shows how her frustration manifests itself in her treatment of others. One instance of her pent up anger hurting others is when she verbally attacks Crooks. She declares, Listen, Nigger... You know what I can do to you if you open your trap?...you keep your place, Nigger. I could get you strung up on a tree so easy it ain t even funny (Steinbeck, 79). This moment of cruelty shows that Curley s wife has been corrupted by the evil of the world. She hurts those who are lower than her on the social hierarchy because she believes doing so will make people respect her. This shows that she is deeply insecure of her place in the world. The reader comes to hate Curley s wife, until they learn more about her life. She monologues about her dreams of becoming an actress before she dies, but her death is optimistic and bitter sweet. The author states, ... the meanness and the plannings and the discontent and the ache for attention were all gone from her face. She was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Risk Management Issue in Pediatric Clinic Risk Management Issue in Pediatric Clinic Introduction Khushali Unforeseen events will always be a risk that can accompany those receiving medical care. One way that these risks can be minimized is through the creation of a risk management team. Risk management teams serve to protect the interests of all parties involved in terms of patient services and privacy, costs, and most importantly, patient safety. They strive to control unsafe events from occurring by being proactive in care rather than being reactive to any given situation. This paper discusses the circumstances regarding T.G. s care and the events that transpired before his untimely death. FNP s Option That May Have Changed the Outcome Keri/Rose Risk management should have... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... By including a list, they could have thought of other diagnostic exams that might have proved to be beneficial in his case. Also, a full review of systems should have been included in their write up and considered in their plan of care. It also seems that each time T.G. presented to the office, it was for an episode. He was never brought in for a follow up visit. In this particular (case or scenario) the cardiologist diagnosed T.G. with vasovagal syncope based on his history and physical. The pediatrician diagnosed a murmur and provided a list of differential diagnoses. The Cardiologist chose not to perform an EKG or do a long QT measurement. When reviewing syncopal algorithms one would have to question the cardiologists thought process of why these diagnostic components were missed when ruling out diffentials for T.G. Literature reviews suggest fainting is due to a sudden drop in heart rate and blood pressure. Deficiencies of FNP SOAP Notes Rose Collaborative relationships not only are professionally satisfying, but also improve access to care and patient outcomes (Hanson Carter, 2014, p.323). Deficiencies related to T.G. s two soap notes written by the family nurse practitioner involved multi factorial deficiencies in regards to: clinical consultation, co management, the referral process, assertiveness, interpersonal competence, poor documentation of a detailed history and physical that played an ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Why Overfishing Is Bad Fishing is a great hobby for the average Joe. People fish for fun, family bonding, and to make a living. Overfishing, defined as excessive fishing to an extent, damages local ecology. Overfishing.org , found at, http://overfishing.org/pages/what_is_overfishing.php, states, Catching too many fish; fishingso much that the fishcannot sustain their population . This means that too many fish are taken out of the water too quickly causing a low population count. People who are overfishing oceans, lakes, rivers, etc. are affecting local biological organism and humankind itself. Humans constantly fishing these bodies of water affect the whole food chain. In a few years, your favorite fish may not exist. World powers, such as the United States... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There are multiple ways of protecting our oceans and keeping a balanced, ecologically diverse population of fish. An effective way of preventing overfishing is instituting preventative legislature. Developed and developing countries may consider passing laws that protect certain fish or certain areas with endangered fish. Another way of preventing overfishing is to quarantine or create sanctuaries to protect aquatic animals like the National Marine Sanctuaries, http:/ /sanctuaries.noaa.gov/visit/fishing.html. Sanctuaries will provide a shelter for animals that are rare and have a low population ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Aboriginal Health Issues Essay Indigenous Australians have poorer health outcomes than Non Indigenous Australians due to historical events, including Colonisation, that introduced infectious and unknown diseases, and created intergenerational health issues, and the Stolen Generation, that has contributed to psychosocial implications. The continuing inequities of social determinants, including but not limited to, poor education and low socio economic status, have contributed to the poor health outcomes of Indigenous Australians. The health of Indigenous Australians has largely been affected by history through the inhumane treatment by Non Indigenous Australians and English settlers. Sherwood comments on documents from the First Fleet illustrating the good health of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Tait defines social determinants as the foundations in which we arrange society, which determines the health and wellbeing of people, these determinants include socio economic status which influences education, employment and access to health care (2011). Employment, education and health are intertwined, each having an effect on the other. Indigenous Australians are low on the social gradient, with an unemployment rate of 17% and in 2011, 54% of the Indigenous population, aged between 20 24, had a Year 12 qualification or equivalent, hence leading to poor health outcomes that are associated with poverty (Marmot, 2011) (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 2014). In a 2008 survey conducted by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 1 in 4 Indigenous Australians had difficulties in accessing health care and were hospitalised for preventable diseases, including cardiac, respiratory and metabolic condition, such as diabetes and asthma, 4 times more often than Non Indigenous Australians (2014). Indigenous Australians are three times as likely to have diabetes and twice as likely to show symptoms of chronic kidney disease than Non Indigenous Australians (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2014). Social determinants have a detrimental affect to the health and well being of the Indigenous Australian population. Indigenous Australians have poorer health ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Monument Dbq Monuments are structures that give importance to an event, person, or place. They are designed not only to remind people of the past, but to stir emotions in their viewer. To make them truly monumental, monuments have many factors to consider in creation. Monuments should be well thought out in terms of placement, motive for building, and design. In order for a monumentto get a greater value of importance the placement of the monument is crucial. The placement of a monument is not only important because of how populated a place is but also the relation between the place and the monument. Even the smallest consideration to detail can make a difference in the awe a monument inspires. For example, Source G states The vietnam veterans... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... To pay tribute to one of Maine s most popular industries, the state commissioned a bronze sculpture of a lobsterman kneeling down with his catch, to be displayed at the World s Fair in 1939. Unfortunately, the sculpture didn t quite turn out as planned. The Maine Lobsterman sculpture was subject to many hardships before finally ending up in Washington DC. (Source F) The Maine lobsterman s first setback was when it was being created. Maine s fund for the monument ran out of money before it was cast. As a result, the artist ended up painting bronze over plaster instead of casting the lobsterman in bronze. After the World s Fair no one seemed to want the Lobsterman. The fake monument wasn t valuable to anyone and so spent forty years homeless, being moved from place to place and ended up in a warehouse until he was saved by the Camp Fire Girls and finally cast in bronze. Had the monument been made with the proper material to begin with, perhaps it would not have had such a neglected history. Perhaps the real problem is that monuments themselves may be an outdated concept. The world is changing so fast that trying to memorialize someone or some group is mute because there will always be another person or group coming after them doing something more. No matter where, how, or why you build it, time buffers people s feelings toward the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Understand the Relationship Between Organizational... Introduction The aim of this unit is to give learners an understanding of individual and group behaviour in organisations and to examine current theories and their application in managing behaviour in the workplace. Areas of Learning 1 Understand the relationship between organisational structure and culture Types of organisation and associated structures, organisational culture, Diagnosing behavioral problems, perception, significance and of individual difference, Individual behaviour at work 2 Understand different approaches to management and leadership Development of management thought, functions of management, managerial roles, nature of managerial authority, Frames of reference for leadership activities 3 Understand ways of using ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 2.2: Explain how organizational theory underpins the practice of management for the Irish TESCOS scenario. 2.3: Evaluate four different approaches to management used by different organizations. Task 3: Understand ways of using motivational theories in organisations 3.1 Discuss how different leadership styles may impact employee motivation in organizations in periods of change. In tackling this task, discuss to what extent specific leadership styles may positively or negatively could affect performance in specific change scenarios (e.g. adoption of new staff rota, etc.). Please provide how this could help with a change at TESCOS in Ireland. 3.2 Identify and discuss the application of three different motivational theories within the workplace. 3.3 Evaluate the usefulness of a motivation theory for managers at the TESCOS in Ireland. Task 4: Understand mechanisms for developing effective teamwork in organisations 4.1 Explain the nature of groups and group behaviour within organizations. 4.2 Discuss factors that may promote or inhibit, limit, or undermine the development of effective teamwork in organizations (physical, social, etc.) 4.3 Evaluate the impact of technology on team functioning within such an organization as TESCOS in Ireland. 4|Page BTEC HND in Business/ Organisation and Behaviour/Sept12 Submissions Deadlines Tasks 1 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. The Worldview And The Naturalistic Worldview If one believes in the naturalistic worldview, there will be no value or purpose to life. We will have no explanation for why we humans are here. In fact we will have no explanation for why any maternal thing is here. Humans and other material things would be on the same level. Humans would not be anymore more special then a rat, a flower, or stone. Also one would have no goal to reach. He would be basically floating along subject to chance. In naturalism, there is no one to set the standards for ethics. So where do their ethics come from? Some of the philosophers have set standards like when Epicurus said he was not talking about sensual pleasure when he said our highest good was to attain pleasure. The question is though, who are they to set these standards? They have as much to base their statements off of as the man done the road who says it is okay to attain sensual pleasures. So if something feels good to someone or makes them happy, what is to stop them from doing it. When we take a look at abortion, what could be wrong with it? It is only changing the course of some chance process. If it helps someone, what is to stop them from doing it? Naturalism has nothing that can prove it wrong. Now lets compare hunting for animals and murder of humans. What is the difference? There would be no difference, since one would not hold any special place over the other. This means that there is nothing wrong with killing a human. In fact, there would be nothing wrong with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Music Is A Form Of Expression And Beauty The science or art of ordering tones or sounds in succession, combination, and temporal relationships produce a composition having unity and continuity; in layman s terms, music. Music is an art that has evolved for many centuries. It is a form of expression and beauty. It has come a long way from beating rocks with sticks and listening to the sound. A drastic change took place during the RenaissancePeriod. The instruments changed, new genres emerged, and new composition techniques were used. Renaissance means rebirth, and in a sense there was a rebirth.The Renaissance Period took place in Europe during the 14th and 17th centuries. Civilization immediately following the Middle Ages, conventionally held to have been characterized by a surge of interest in classical learning and values. Fig. 1 In Fig. 1 you see a very elegant violin or viol which has very fascinating designs on the front and back of it. The author gives a very detailed description of the crafting of this fine instrument. As follows: The maple back and sides are decorated with the Latin couplet Quo unico propugnaculo stat strabiq[ue] religio (By this bulwark alone religion stands and will stand). The motto has long been associated with a set of instruments that was thought to have been ordered for the court of Charles IX, possibly by his mother Catherine de Medici. The back of the instrument is decorated with fleurs de lis in the corners, a geometric design with floral ornamentation between the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Computer Science Part 1 1.What are common carriers, local exchange carriers, and interexchange carriers? A common carrier is a private company that sells or leases communication services and facilities to the public. Common carriers are profit oriented, and their primary products are services for voice and data transmissions, both over traditional wired circuits as well as cellular services. Common carriers often supply a broad range of computer based services, such as the manufacturing and marketing of specialized communication hardware and software. A common carrier that provides local telephone services (e.g., BellSouth) is commonly called a local exchange carrier (LEC), while one that provides long distance services (e.g., MCI) is... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Therefore, dedicated circuits require more care in network design than switched circuits both in terms of locations and the amount of capacity you purchase. With packet switched services, the user again buys a connection into the common carrier cloud. The user pays a fixed fee for the connection into the network depending upon the type and capacity of the service and is charged for the number of packets transmitted. 13. Distinguish among T1, T2, T3, and T4 circuits. T1 circuit is sometimes called a DS 1 circuit. It provides a data rate of 1.544 Mbps. T1 circuits can be used to transmit data, but often are used to transmit both data and voice. In this case, a time division multiplexer (TDM) provides 24 64 Kbps circuits. Digitized voice using pulse code modulation (PCM) requires a 64 Kbps circuit so T1 circuit enables 24 simultaneous voice channels. T2 circuit transmits data at a rate of 6.312 Mbps. Basically; it is a multiplexed bundle of four T1 circuits. T3 circuits allow transmission at a rate of 44.376 Mbps, although most articles refer to this rate as 45 megabits per second. This is equal to the capacity of 28 T1 circuits. T3 circuits are becoming popular as the transmission medium for corporate MANs and WANs because of their higher data rates. At low speed, these T3 circuits can be used as 672 different 64 Kbps channels or voice channels. A T4 circuit transmits at ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. The Causes Of Reconstruction In The American Civil War After the North wins the Civil War the South was in ruins. Train tracks are demolished therefore preventing supplies to be sent to the people living in the South, and hundreds of buildings have collapsed. Thousands are dead or injured. Everyone knows what is coming next. Reconstruction has just begun, but how long will it last? The Civil War ended in the year 1865 and because the North won the war slavery was abolished. Amendments thirteen, fourteen, and fifteen have been ratified. Amendment thirteen ended slavery. Amendment fourteen gave African Americans, American citizenship and civil rights. The fifteenth amendment made it illegal to deny someone the right to vote based on race. (The DBQ Project 505). Reconstruction started in 1866 through 1909. A terrorist group called the Ku Klux Klan(KKK) is a white supremacist group that was against Reconstruction and freedom and civil rights for the African Americans. Information for this essay was used from the newspapers Harper s Weekly, Independent Monitor, and the Boston Evening Transcript. Through thinking the African Americans should not be in the government, paying more attention to the government frauds than reconstruction, and the public opinion turning against reconstruction, the North is responsible for killing reconstruction. Since the North did not want the free slaves in their government conflicts arose and ended reconstruction. The blacks, as a people, are unfitted for the proper exercise of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Persuasive Essay On Climate Change Statistics show that on February 2017 it was reported that from 2016 Monarch Butterfly s population count, which was just about 150 million butterflies, nearly one third of that population decreased.As a matter of fact, these are the results of our actions like climate change, poaching /farming, pollution and the destruction of their habitats. As a result , it is a priority that the public is aware of these certain situations, so that we can fix the problem with climate change with some possible solutions. Species Information.The Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus) is a very beautiful and unique creature who is desperate for the public s help and awareness. Like Elizabeth Goudge mentioned, [N]ot quite birds, as they were not quite flowers, mysterious and fascinating as are all indeterminate creatures .This species of butterfly have ten centimeter bodies from wing to wing ; with a weight of less than half a gram. Therefore, these butterflies look pretty similar to each other with both of them having two orange red wings with black veins and white spots along the edges, so the way to distinguish a male from a female is by looking at noticable black dots next to their veins and a difference in size indicating that their a male Monarch butterfly. That being said, their estimated life span is about four to five weeks, and they live in forests and mountains where they lay their eggs and along the way they pollinate the plants that keep them alive. Life Cycle.Speaking of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. United States Six Economic Social Classes Society is set up into a hierarchical triangle that essentially determines social class. A social class is any person or group of people with the same educational, social or economical status. Social class can be broken down into many different categories such as race, age, gender, economic status, educational status and many more. Social classcan be measured in many different ways such as financial status, family values, appearance, and demeanor. In America there are six main economical social classeswhich are the: Very poor, Poor, Working class, Middle class , Upper middle class, and the ruling class. The very poor class contains all citizens that have a very low economic status. Most have no economic security, are unemployed, and have no education after high school. American citizens in this class have just enough money to survive. The poor class includes any American citizen who does not have enough money to have basic necessities. The working class includes American citizens who have enough to provide basic needs for their family. They do not have some of the simple luxuries; if they do; they have to save up to buy it. In the middle class, most citizens go to college. People in the middle class do not necessarily live paycheck to paycheck, but have enough money to spend on leisure. The next social class in America is the upper middle class, whose citizens mainly attend private or charter schools. ( Hancock, 1998). They hold professions such as doctors and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Compare And Contrast Phoenix And Arizona State University Choosing the perfect college to attend, may be one of the hardest decisions a teenager will ever have to make in their lifetime. There are many factors that one must consider in order to make the right choice. This decision is very difficult because various schools bring many different pros and cons to the table. Does the collegehave the sport one wants to play? Does the college have many different clubs one can join? There is also one of the major questions one has to ask themselves, do I want to live here for most of the year for the next four, if not more, years of my life? Two of my choices for college are Humboldt State Universityin Arcata, California and Arizona State University, the Downtown Phoenix Campus, in Phoenix, Arizona. Humboldt State University and Arizona University have many similarities, which make it... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Arizona State University is located in Phoenix, Arizona where it is a very dry desert climate that receives little to no rain each year. The high temperature can reach between 65 degrees Fahrenheit in January to 104 degrees Fahrenheit in July (rrsWeather.com). The coldest month in Phoenix is January when the average temperature overnight is 43.4В°F. (rrsWeather.com). Phoenix s climate compares to Arcata, California where Humboldt State University, because Arcata receives much more rainfall than Phoenix and its average highs and lows are very different. Arcata is dominated by marine and coastal influences. On average, Arcata experiences 40 50 inches of rain per year, mostly falling between October and April (Wikipedia: Arcata). In Arcata, temperatures rarely dip below 30 В°F in the winters, and infrequently climb to the 70 s Fahrenheit in late summer and fall. Thus making Arcata a much more pleasant place to live year round. Therefore, Humboldt State University wins the competition in the category of weather and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. The Steinbeck s Book And The Migrant s Choice Of Words... Having The Grapes of Wrath and Their Eyes Were Watching God on my library shelf occurred because the two novels are required summer reading for my junior year language arts class. I doubt I ever would have read Hurston s book, but Steinbeck s book is known to me. So, I took advantage of this opportunity, to become involved with Tom Joad (and his family) and Janie Crawford (and her grandmother and three husbands). From my reading, I saw connections with the issues of power and self fulfillment, survival, family life and relationship, and community connections. Both books take place in the 1930 s; one in rural Florida and the other from Oklahoma to California. The writing style in the books relies on conversation indicative to the identity of the characters and the setting. The initial problem I had is reading the southern dialect spoken by the characters in Hurston s book and the migrant s choice of words and speech patterns in Steinbeck s book. Eventually, I succumbed to it and became engaged with the character s determination and the impact of events on their lives as the stories evolved. Power is important in both books. For the Joads and the migrants it is confronting and dealing with the landowners. The idea of power results in a bond between the Joads and the Wilsons, and later incorporates the other migrant families. I see this as an example of self preservation.On the other hand, for Janie, power of others prevents her from achieving independence and self ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Animal Products Is An Integral Part Of Society Green and Clean Pleasant aromas waft through the air as steaks sizzle gently on the grill; the sight of this tender, juicy meat placed amply upon a serving dish incites salivation and eager anticipation. Consumption of animal products is an integral part of society; its grasp is deep, not only at a primal but also at a psychological level. We all have happy memories and positive associations with Grandma s pot roast or Aunt Sue s Thanksgiving turkey. But how often do we stop and think what we are putting in our mouths may be creating a potentially negative and lasting effect on the world we live in. Our daily consciousness is consumed with the hustle and bustle of life, leaving us scarce little time to worry about seemingly... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Industrialized nations, specifically, the United States must stop the tragic damage being done to the planet: noxious gases released into the atmosphere, contamination of vital water resources, annihilation of once lush, verdant land, in addition to millions of wild animals being displaced, disheveled and often killed, this exploitation cannot continue if we wish to see a vibrant future on this planet. Is there a way we can help our world heal? Can we in part, contribute to the alleviation of the burden our globe finds itself bearing? Perhaps, if each individual would examine his or her eating habits and implement small earth friendly change, the tide could turn toward a positive rejuvenation of the environment. We have one planet on which to live, to care for, and to pass on to future generations; thoughtful insight and consideration is warranted to secure its vibrancy and life. It is imperative to look at alternative, healing ways, to turn earth s grim prognosis around. Attempts made to decrease greenhouse gas emissions caused by animal agriculture would be costly and significantly impact budget constrains across the nation and would not stop the climate change from occurring anyway as cyclical change is inevitable in the Earth s environment. Many worry about the monetary impact that aiding the environment would create. Stopping to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Chanticleer Research Paper SAN FRANCISCO, April 4, 2016 Chanticleer, the internationally renowned Grammy award winning 12 man choral ensemble, revels in its long dedication to the music of the Missions of the Americas with Mission Road. The group will perform six concerts this May in historic California Missions from Santa Barbara to San Francisco. Chanticleer has gloried in the beauty and perfect acoustics of the California Missions ever since its inaugural 1978 concert in the old Mission Dolores. In the 1990 s Chanticleer was at the forefront of the revival of 17th and 18th century Mission period music, releasing two award winning recordings for Teldec: Matins for the Virgin of Guadalupe and Mexican Baroque. This 2016 tour the third since 2008 exclusively dedicated ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Carson s Character Changes In Gifted Hands, a couple incidents took place that differed from the actual event. For example, in the film, they show Ben as a kid who is constantly struggling throughout life. However, in reality, Became an outstanding student and is one that always knows the answers ( Zondervan ). Additionally, the reason why Ben became successful was altered in the movie. Carson s Character was shown as a struggling person who had nothing in life. According to Carson, during the actual event, Ghetto youngster to one of the most respected neurosurgeons in the world Even though the director did not completely have everything align with the actual event in his film, Carter s movie still proved to be a very informing moving. Carter s dramatic choices ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Challenges Faced By The World Today CONCLUSION Security is one of the major challenges that is being faced by the world today, as seen by continuous revelations about breaches and incidents. On this note of insecurity and unpredictability, banking industry is keen to redefine its approach to security thereby making an attempt to balance three critical factors i.e. cost, innovation and risk. On parallel grounds, the domain of internal security is undergoing drastic changes that mandates banking institutions to embrace new set of skills and practices. Fraud can be categorized as a business risk it is like a sword of Damocles over a bank s future. This must change for the good. The rapid pace with which the technology is changing, like the recent explosion of cellular customers, is often entailed by necessary evils. An unstoppable tsunami is engulfing banks with their employees and clients carrying their private electronic gadgets to work. Similarly, applicants for BYOD has surged and simultaneously it accelerates the rate of security threats, both ethically and technologically. Online banking proves to be the antithesis of all the innovations of security professionals due to their identifiable features such as their mobility, richness in data and susceptibility to theft. Threat modelling and vulnerability assessment offers new insights that facilitates a more pro active approach to security, provided organizations pay equal focus to the ever growing market of potential threats. It should be acknowledged that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Driver s Condition Research Paper In these chapters, it covered handling emergencies and the effects on driver s condition. When handling emergency there can be many scenarios like vehicle malfunctions, driver errors roadway hazards, and collisions. Effects on driver s condition vary with emotions while driving, physical senses while drivingand physical disabilities. Handling emergency many emergencies can happen. When dealing with a blow out make sure you follow these steps keep a firm grip on the steering wheel, do not slam on the brakes, let your car slow down gradually, Pull to the side of the roadonce you have slowed to a safe speed and activate your emergency flashers. When dealing total brake failure the brake light will warn you and you should proceed to the nearest stopping point. When total brake failure occurs pump the brake pedal, downshift to a lower gear, pull and hold the parking brake and search for an open zone safety. When the accelerator gets stuck try to unstick your breaks as safe as possible then apply the brake chose an escape path to proceed to the path and once you have reached you... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Emotions while driving can with strong emotions they can distract you stay at calm focused state. Physical sense while driving a lot is going on when you are driving your sight, hearing, and smell. Changes in sight can distract you from driving. Hearing can help you identify your surrounding but it can also distract you especially when you have other people in the car. The smell can help identify leaks in your car. Physical disability physical disability can include fatigue, tempory injury/illness, and permanent disabilities. Fatigue can disrupt you driving and make it dangerous to drive. Temporary injury/illness can have effects on your driving that you will have to adapt too. Permanent illness can make driving more difficult but there is specially made cars for people with permanent ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Advantages And Disadvantages Of Surveying Surveying is the technology of making scientific measurements on the earth s surface in order to have desirable and products. Surveying is used for, civil engineering projects, Monitoring of deformation existing structures, Town planning, green plantation, development projects, forestation projects, etc.. Surveys can be classified based on instrument, o Chain o Theodolite o Compass o Leveling o Tachometry o Total station o Global Positioning System( GPS ) Classification based on method of Surveys o Traversing o Triangulations o Trilateration 2.0Traversing A traversing is circuit of survey line. It may be open or closed. When the linear measurement are done with a chain and tape and the direction or horizontal angles are measured with ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is a combination of, o Electronic theodolite o Electronic distance measuring device ( EDM ) o Micro processor with memory unit. This combination makes possible to determine the coordination of a reflector and simultaneously measuring the vertical and horizontal angles and slope distances. A micro processor memory in the instrument takes care of recording, readings and tne necessary coputation. 2.5Global Positioning System ( GPS ) GPS is the most modern technology or system used for surveying. GPS receiver and Measuring tape are instruments to be used. 3.0Triangulations Triangulation is basic method of surveying, when the area to be surveyed is large, Triangulation is adopted. The entire area divided into network of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. The Executive Accused Of Fraud A former bank executive accused of fraud, decides to create her own companionship business as she plots to get back at the man responsible for getting her fired. BRIEF SYNOPSIS SLOAN EARNEST (40 s) is a former bank executive accused of fraud and fired from her job. She has recently gotten a divorced from her husband, EDWARD, and is unable to sell her home. At a bar she meets a man, CASH, who pays her for sex. Sloan comes up with an unconventional new line of work. She decides to open her own companionship or escort business called Ally Cats. Sloan decides to assemble a team of workers and recruits SUNNY (20 s) a bartender, CHASTITY (30 s) a stripper, and STELLA (60 s) her stylish. She also recruits a former co worker, who was also ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Senator is willing to drop the charges if Sloan agrees to attend his fundraiser. She agrees. Sloan continues to investigate the Senator and at the fund raiser, she exposes how he took millions of bailout money for his personal use. Sloan is exonerated. At the fundraiser, she runs into Cash, who is the mysterious person who warned her about the Senator. Cash is an attorney who was supposed to do the audits that never happened. He heard about one banker who was in favor of the audits and he wanted to get to know her, but their relationship took a sudden, unexpected turn. Cash tells her that the US Capital is the most expensive brothel in the world. He wonders what her price is, as he slides over next to her. STORY COMMENTS AMERICAN WHORE offers an intriguing inside look into the two fascinating worlds. One is the world of prostitution and the other is the world of bank fraud. What is cleverly emphasized is that both of these worlds are similar. While some women prostitute their self for money, so does the government and politicians. It s an interesting comparison. The script is driven by solid themes of greed, seduction, and corruption. While the connection between prostitution and the government is well appreciated, the script would benefit from more development. Some of the areas that are worthy of discussion are structure, tone, tension, and some more character development. One of the first concerns to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. The Inside A Long Corridor I stared in wonder, inside was a long corridor, lit by a glowing light, to the left were weapon racks and to the right was an alchemy lab. Beyond that to the left was an underground bathing pool with 5 built in seats, continually refilled by water streaming in from above. Opposite this were a full set of forging, smelting and weapon crafting gear, beyond that was an alchemy table and a set of empty book shelves. I was in love with the place already and determined it would be my home. Opening a locked door at the end of the hall revealed a bed in the middle of the room, several chests and to one side a kitchen area and the other were wardrobes. Behind the bed was further water falling gently from the ceiling and draining away through... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The fact my legs were held at right angle meant it was unlikely I would be moved out of position. I uncapped one of the bottles of monster residue and briefly inhaled before sealing the jar. Within seconds my pussy was moist and lubricated enough that I could start the machine, a few drops fell into the bucket below. With that I unlocked the brake, within seconds the shaft moved against my crotch, licking at my sensitive lips a dozen times every second. Animalistic moans echoed from me as I was overwhelmed by ecstasy. As I moaned in bliss, my shapely breasts danced to the rhythm of the machine, my navel clenched and relaxed in the throes of each climax. I felt flushed and was perspiring, I slipped my hands into the loops and crested heavenly wave after heavenly wave while thinking will I be able to bring myself to stop the machine? Or will I just be pleasured until I am too weak to move? My voluptuous figure squirming helplessly driven by the unquenchable fire in my loins, my moans sounded incredibly loud to my ears but couldn t be heard over the sounds of falling water. As I lay there floating, I mused it should be easier to recruit other suppliers if the business really takes off. But the mead we are making will take at least a month to ferment, so for now I can probably manage, down to the fact I produce far more I m certain than most women do. As the torch went out that as my signal, I reluctantly unhooked one ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Fin370 Berry s Bug Blasters Team Assignment Essay Running Head: BERRY S BUG BLASTERS Berry s Bug Blasters FIN 370 January 18, 2010 Berry s Bug Blasters Berry s Bug Blasters is a privately held pest control company that has been in business since at least 2005. They offer customers one time treatment and monthly service plans, as well as chemicals to allow customers to complete some treatment on their own to eradicate a variety of pests, including: roaches, termites, ants, scorpions, rodents, armadillos, snakes, bed bugs, silverfish and bees. In 2005, the company had a negative net income of ($380.65), but has successfully expanded since then, earning $293,475.56 in net income in 2006, then $769,000.80 in 2007, and $493,139.75 in 2008. The company now seeks to further expand... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... By acquiring with another organization in the same industry will help Berry s Bug Blaster to expand faster. All the costumers, equipments, building will be owned by Berry s Bug Blaster. The expanding and population time will be shorter and will give them twice as much of advertising. If Berry s Bug Blaster decide to merge with another organization will have the same effect as acquiring the business but with merging will have the knowledgeable staff that will helped them to know how to expand and be more popular for the public. Also if the other company has more locations around the country, Berry s Bug Blaster will automatically expand their services. Weakness of Each Approach Each of the approaches for expansion IPO, Acquisition, or Merger also has weaknesses. An IPO can be expensive and may require 15 25% of the money raised to cover the costs of raising capital in this way. An IPO also requires a tremendous amount of reporting to meet the requirements of the SEC, both for the initial offering and for the future publicly traded company, which not only requires the time and effort of staff members but may also give valuable information to the company s competitors. All this reporting then creates legal liability for errors and omissions in the prospectus, which adds a further layer of complication. In the end, the former owners lose some control over the business and must share future wealth with the new shareholders. Mergers ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Violating Personal Space Essay Abstract This is report is about the reactions of personal space when invaded. A total of 20 strangers were tested to see how different genders and ages react to strangers coming to close. The experiment took place in Woden plaza where a student stood behind a subject and watched there reaction from the closeness. It was found that 60% of the subjects did react to the close proximities. This reports also shows different theories to why people act the way they do when they feel violated. Introduction The effect of violating the personal space of solitary individuals. According to Paatjes and Shwartz(1993) personal space is an invisible barrier that humans extend around themselves which they like to keep others from entering. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 4.Intimate distance this space is between the 0.5 metres and the body and is usually set for family and close friends. The individual feels comfortable and relaxed enough for someone to be that close. The purpose of this study is to know and record different people of all age s reaction to personal space being invaded by strangers. There had been another research conducted on the same topic and both this report and the other are similar as they both get similar results. The results have been predicted to vary among different age groups and different times. METHOD Participants This experience consisted of 20 subjects from Woden plaza varying of age and gender. It also included one student who was going to conduct the experiment. Materials The Materials that were used to measure the experiment where a pen and paper to record the reactions of the subjects being tested, and the subjects themselves. Procedure The participants that were going to test the subjects, rode an escalator up and down and stood behind someone and waited until the person noticed they were there then the subject waited until off the escalator and noted what happened. This happened with all 20 people. Results Table 1: Personal space reaction timetable. ParticipantAGE approxgender (F M)reaction 120 25Fmoved forward 220Mno reaction 360 70Mlooked around
  • 33. 445MNo reaction 520 30Fwalked away 650 60Fno reaction 740Mno reaction 860 70Fdidn t ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Compatibilism And Free Will Yadata Osman Dr. Robinson Survey Philosophical Thought Section 060 11/08/2015 Paper 1 Compatibilists compare free will with freedom of action which is the lack of self control. We are free to make our own choices, and we have free will, if we are not bounded by physical restraints. Freewill is defined as the belief that our behavior is under our own self control. A determinist, however, would argue and say that people are not free, and therefore are not at fault for their actions. In this essay, I will argue that free will is not valid based on my religious beliefs. I am a follower of the Christian faith, but my perspective on the subject shifts daily. I am very bias with the concept of freewill and determinism. My perspective tends to follow ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Paper Towns Identity In Paper Towns by John Green, I ve noticed the peculiar relationship between Margo and Quentin. I believe that this symbolises two of the most important themes in the novel, being Identity and exploration. Ever since Quentin and Margo found a dead body in a park together their friendship hasn t been the same, then Margo disappears and leaves Quentin clues to find her or save her he and his friends eventually skip graduation and explore the options these clues leave them along the way Green develops his intense and sometimes complexly confusing themes. When I was at the very beginning, I felt that the author clearly showed that even though Margo and Quentin are next door neighbours and family friends, from when they were little, Margo has ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... So he agrees and they end up having a really great time. I believe that this is the beginning of the theme exploration within the novel. Personally I believe that Margo Roth Spiegelman fits perfectly into the song On the Road Again because she can t stop going places she s never gone before, exploring possibilities and exploring herself in a way too. I do however think that Quentin has more of an explorative spirit than Margo as he explores himself, his love for Margo, his friendships, the country and Margo s mind all by following some clues. Both characters exploration develops throughout the text as Quentin s goes from exploring a new flavour of nutrition bar to exploring his own actions and feelings that he hasn t even given the smallest thought to over the past 17 years such as his love for Margo Roth Spiegelman, and exploring new options such as he can actually be someone else to not only others but himself he does t just have to be Margo s admirer. This is just like what many teens are going through right now, maybe not in such a gigantic scale but there are so many teens out there right now including my self who are exploring new horizons, such as tertiary study options and learning what the relationships we have at this age mean to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Keeping The Cold And Flu Bugs At Bey Winter is a time of fun in the snow, hot chocolate, and resting by a warm fire. It is also a time for viruses to run a muck. The following are a few tips to help keep the cold and flu bugs at bey. 1. Wash your hands frequently. This is a commonly known virus fighter. Anything we touch has been touched by others who might be carrying a virus. Frequent hand washing can keep us from allowing these germs to enter our bodies. 2. Crack a window in your house for a few hours a day. One of the reasons a house gets sick during the winter is because the germs have no where to go. They get into the ventilation and circulate through the house with no outlet. Cracking a window in a different room of the house a little while each day can give the... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 8. Drink your herb tea. Echinacea tea has properties to shorten the common cold and flu It is also recommended to boost the immune system and fight infections. 9. Keep your hands away from your nose and eyes. Touching your eyes and your nose can give any virus your hands may have touched a quick route into your bloodstream. 10. Eat spicy foods. Eating spicy foods can help to clear the sinuses and give you a bit of relief if you are unlucky enough to have caught a cold. Certain spices can also shorten the length and severity of the cold. Since I have reached what many call Middle Age , I am more conscious about my health as well as my diet then ever before. I believe in eating healthy, after all our bodies are not designed to process any old junk. My problem is defining what healthy eating really is? After putting Healthy Diet in my Google search engine and getting over 25 million results, all claiming to have the answer I decided to do my own research. I chose to look at the oldest people I know to see if there were any common traits among them. The oldest being just a few months shy of her 100th birthday and the others in their eighties and nineties. Now even though I am by no means a health expert or would I say my research was even close to being accurate or scientific, I did find out what I believe are the two most important factors to living a long life. Before we move on to them though first let me tell you that not ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Magical Realism In The Novel By Namita Gokhale ABSTRACT: Literature is the art of written works. Our life and all the subject are related to our life is the subject matter or element of literature. Indian writing in English has acquired a great significance in recent years, nor only in India but all over the world. Magical Realism which of the term has had the most critical consideration, most of all up on the matter of fact, realist tone of its narrative when presenting magical happenings, Namita Gokhale is a well renowned writer of Indian literature. Namita Gokhale has penned down a total of face novels in English. She is the co director of jaipur Literature Festival in this novel the protagonist Rachita Tivari (Bitiya) is a young university lecturer firm Delhi, whose face has been... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Scarred by her lover s suicide and an acid attack that has left her permanently disfigured, Rachita Tiwari has sought refuge in a remote house in the Himalayan foothills. In this rambling house, built by a foolhardy missionary over a hundred years ago, she lives alone, painting and repainting her nails a bright red, careful not to look into mirrors. As she retreats in to herself, battling for her sanity house is played out before her. It is hard to know what to make of NamitaGokhale s Book of Shadows Reminded frequently of Idabel Allende s acclaimed House of Sprits the tale is of a similar ethereal ilk. Bitya, a young University lecturer from Delhi has been left permanently disfigured from an acid attacks by her former lover s sister. Veiled to hide her disfigurement, she retreats to her childhood home in the Kumaon hills at the foot of the Himalayas to reflect on her life. She lets the house soothe her soul and her housekeeper Lohaniju entertains her with stories. A spirit who also narrates chapters filled with the salacious details of the former owner s lives haunts the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Similarities Between Martin Luther King Jr And Malcom X Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcom X differences and similarities help to guide them for a cause greater then themselves; because, of Religion. They were both sons of minister s. Their respective father both fault against racial inequality. Dr. King and Malcolm both at an early age straightaway from the initial call to be men of the cloth; however the seed of greatness could not be denied. After adversity both men step up to be leaders. Kings revelation came several years after he started to attend college; where Malcolm was found in prison. King who was born Michael King Jr. changed his name to Martin Luther King Jr. as did his father once he went into minister. Malcolm Little changed his name to Malcolm X after being released from prison where he had join the Nation of Islam, since in the Nation of Islam culture his last name is considered a relic of slavery. The change from Little to X for Malcolm represented the unknown last name stolen by slavery. King changed his name as did his father in honor of the German Protestant religious. Dr. King was a Baptist minister, in Atlanta Georgia, and a minister at his father s church Ebenezer Baptist Church. His call to lead stemmed from his youth and since of family. King was more of a relatable minister then the other ministers involved in the civil ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Malcolm was an innovator with a vision; which lead him to establish new temple posts and the Muslim News Paper; which, help to spread the new of the Nation of Islam. He had a natural grift to inspire greatness in people to fight against racial discrimination. Malcolm preached not only about self love but self proud. He believed that the only way to end oppression was to meet violence s with violence s. His most famous quote By any means necessary , because he believed in physically; since for him and the Nation of Islam, true freedom would not happen without an uprising in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Side Effects Of The American Revolution The end of the American Revolution brought about a new sense of triumph for the privileged white male colonist but did little in the sense of improving the lives of Native Americans, African Americans and women. In fact, improvement in the lives of these groups was an unintended side effect of the revolution, not the desired result. In the beginning of the American Revolution, most Native Americans wished to remain neutral but eventually sided with the British in hopes of preventing the American colonists from further appropriating their land. When the American colonist won the American Revolution, the British failed to protect their allies and offered Native American land to America in the Treaty of Paris. Unbeknownst to the Native Americans, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, it did change the way women regarded themselves and broadened the traditional role of motherhood. Prior to the American Revolution, a woman s role was restricted to the home. In the sense that she be responsible for cooking, cleaning and bearing children. Married women had no legal rights nor independence when it came to economic or political matters. The notion that a woman was intellectually equivalent to a man was considered absurd. During the American Revolution, women found themselves living independently of a man s presence and responsible for duties both inside and outside the home. With this women developed a new sense of ability for themselves. Women began to regard themselves as intellectual beings and started questioning their lack of liberty and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Theme Of A Violent Prosecutor Byung Jae wook is a prosecutor notorious for his interrogation methods, who justifies the title of the film to the fullest. During a riot between ecologists and the police, concerning a site where a company is to built a factory that will inhibit migratory birds, one of the ecologists hurts a policeman badly and is arrested. Byung believes that he is actually an agent provocateur and proceeds on using his usual methods to exact his confession. However, the next day, the prisoner is found dead and Byung is accused for his murder, and subsequently, ends up in prison. While there, he falls victim to many of the criminals he has previously convicted, who beat him on every chance, and if that was not enough, a supposed friend of his, prosecutor... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Hwang Jung min is rapidly becoming the next Kang Ho song (or Choi Min shik if you prefer) with protagonist roles in films like New World, Ode to My Father, Veteran, The Wailing, and others, due to his prowess in acting. In this particular film, he plays a character that justifies the title from the start, being quite violent as a prosecutor. However, his role is not much demanding, and in that fashion, he does have the chance to show his multilayered talent. Gang Dong won (The Priests, The Secret Reunion) on the other hand, is a former model, who owes most of his popularity to his looks rather than his acting talent. Lee Il hyeon took advantage of the fact, drawing Chi won as a cocky ladies man, whose beauty and charm is irresistible, and Kang delivered to the fullest, in a role that was tailored to suit him. Furthermore, the scene that he is dancing with some older women is the funniest in the film and the fact that he sprouts American phrases (like Hey, what s up, bro ) every chance he gets, is also a reason for laughter. One of the film s best performances comes from Park Sung woong (Office, The Shameless), who elaborately portrays a character that lingers between corruption for his own merit and doing the right thing, as prosecutor ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Role Of Julius Caesar In The Gaul Julius Caesar s role in the Gaul had a large impact in many aspects of his career such as the military, wealth and influence on Rome and political power. Julius Caesar was a Roman politician who turned the Roman republic into the powerful Roman Empire. Caesar overthrew the Roman republic and founded the rule of the emperors. In this period Caesar used the problems to his advantage and created his own supreme political and military power, gaining the trust of Rome and building his army. Caesar is well known throughout the whole world as one of the most powerful and successful leaders that has ever lived. In his young years, his father had a major impact on him, as he had political success, and the family has a history in politics, which had helped Caesar in starting out in politics. Julius Caesars first important political success had occurred in 63b.c.e when Caesar was appointed the role of Chief Religious office in Rome; this had set him up for future political roles. Caesar was very strategically and had many tactics to how he would rule; he always wanted more glory and political and military opportunities and would overcome all challenges he faced. In 59B.C.E Caesar won an election to become consul, the senate then assigned him to lands that gave Caesar no opportunities for military exaltation, as he did not want Caesar to succeed. Caesar realised he would need more allies to overcome his opponents in the senate. He then formed the alliance that was known as the First Triumviratewith the Roman General Pompeywho brought wealth and military success. During Caesar s rule he gained a lot of military success due to how he led his army Military during Caesar s rule was a high contribution of his success. Military success was important to Julius Caesar as it gave him wealth to succeed in Roman politics. It was important was important for Caesar because it gives him enormous power in the military; this means his army would be big and strong and would be able to protect Caesar. Success in a war gave Caesar more glory and brought more wealth to him, and made Caesar rise more to fame. In Rome political success brought opportunities for military command, as Julius Caesar already had much political power, his ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Three Main Factors Leading To The Fall Of Mayan Civilizations Mayan civilization, as one of the most dominant indigenous societies throughout the history, has never been forgotten either by historians or normal people. With its vigorous development, an era of Golden Age began during the Classic Period. However, once untouchable, Mayan civilization crashed in such a short time as if it had never appeared before. The collapse of Mayan civilization is like a mystery for historians today, so they never give up searching for evidence that caused the dramatic reversal in history. Since there was not a decisive cause led to the fall of Mayan civilization, three main factors possibly could bring about the Maya collapse contemporarily: drought, warfare between city states, and overpopulation. Foremost, drought plays a dominant role in leading to the fall of Mayan civilization. Drought has always been connected with a part of extinction because the living environment is one of the most crucial points for survival. Drought is caused by prolonged shortages of water supply and there is no species can live without water, so all the living factors are depending on the living environment. Mayan civilization faced serious... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... According to a famous archaeologist, anthropologist, epigrapher Michael D. Coe s estimate, The Maya region may have supported a population of some ten million people during the height of the classic period. Such a large population was probably insupportable in the long run because of the difficulties of ensuring a steady water supply and because of the limits of the region s agricultural capacity. For those regions suffered from a water shortage, the lack of rain and repeated crop failures make it entirely impossible for farmers, which accounts for 90 percent of the population, to make a living. As a result, under the pressure of limited resource and living circumstances, overpopulation explained the decline of Mayan ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Why Is Tom Stoppard Unravel The Mystery Of Arcadia I present to you a stage version of science, love, art, and the quest to unravel the mysteries of Arcadia that is set in Sidley Park, in Derbyshire. This astonishing play has it all! Arcadia, Tom Stoppard s greatest masterpiece of the last 20 years. For the very first time, Stockton Empire Theatre has the pleasure of showing Stoppard s brilliant play, which he is viewed as one of a kind. This play shows us the tale of two centuries, shifting flawlessly between 1809 and the present day. The love versus intellect. In 1809, a curious young Thomasina Coverly interrupts her lesson by asking her tutor Septimus Hodge what carnal embrace is. Her ideas about mathematics, nature and physics theories are way ahead of her time. The setting shifts to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Hot Tin Roof Cat on a Hot Tin Roof starts like it ends, with drama. It is set on a plantation in Mississippi and there is never a dull moment on the plantation. Every single character has their own distinct personality that makes the reading of this play an exciting time. Although the personalities are fun to read about, the difference in personalities creates drama in the house. The story is centered around the Pollitt familyas members of the family try to convince Big Daddy to leave them the plantation when he passes. Caton a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams is an exciting play that is focused around the drama of a Mississippi family. The plot of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is a very interesting one. It all starts in the main setting of the story, Brick ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The first Character that needs to be mentioned, Brick, is the quietest and most reserved character in the play. Brick is a former football player and a famous announcer. (Williams 149). Brick is in a constant battle with himself throughout the whole story. This being because he has started drinking at all times so that he can hear a click in his head and become peaceful. The reason that he drinks is because he feels he is responsible for his friends Skipper s death. Brick s drinking is important to the play because it shows his disinterest in almost everything that occurs during the book. For example, while the will of Big Daddy s is being discussed, Brick is outside on the balcony having a drink. Gooper says to Maggie during this scene Why don t you go out there and drink with Brick? (Williams 149). This also is important because it shows that they characters in the play realize that Brick has no interest in anything besides his drink. Brick is an interesting character because he is the only one who does not thrive for Big Daddy s love, yet he is the only one who receives it. Brick can also be described as a character who is disgusted. He is disgusted with many events in this play. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof was heralded by some as the play in which homosexuality was at last to be presented without evasion (Bentley). This quote by critic Eric Bentley stands true because the idea of homesexuality in the play is another reason Brick is disgusted. He is disgusted with the world for the most part because nobody understand that his and Skipper s relationship was not a homosexual one.He states Why can t exceptional friendship, real, real, deep, deep friendship! between two men be respected as something clean and decent (Williams 117). This could be a reason that he is also sort of disgusted with women. Critic Jere Huzzard says Clearly both father and son had enjoyed a physical competency ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Interpreting Nature Edgar Allen Poe s creation of the detective Le Chevalier C. Auguste Dupin paved the way for detective stories. .......................................... One of the main characteristics of successful analysis, as said by Holmes, is the ability to reason backwards ( A Study in Scarlet ). These views reflect the thoughts of the 17th century philosopher of science, Sir Francis Bacon. Sherlock also uses the phrase ones ideas must be as broad as nature if they are to interpret nature. This idea of interpreting nature is also similar to Bacon s views as Bacon writes about interpreting nature in one of his philosophical works called The Novum Organum Scientiarium (which translates as The New Instrument of Science). Philanthropist and founder of the McCauley institute ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Edmond Locard was an avid reader of the Sherlock Holmes stories and was influenced very heavily by them, so much so that he built his own forensics laboratory. He proceeded to create Locard s Exchange Principle which explains that if two things rub upon each other for example (or come into contact with each other) they will always leave a trace of themselves on each other, every contact leaves a trace. Locard was very influential in the field of forensic science as he developed the science of poroscopy which is the study of the pores in fingerprints, and also said that if 12 points of two fingerprints matched that they were the same, i.e. a positive identification. In A Study In Scarlet, Holmes talks about the identification of ashes and afterward Locard wrote a paper on the identification of tobacco by a study on ashes. Locard also published a paper titled The Analysis of Dust Traces in which he directly address the Holmes novels, saying a police expert... would not find it a waste of time to read Doyle s novels. Interestingly, Locard was dubbed the Sherlock of France (The Forensics ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Decolonization Of The Country Of Ghana One of the most desirable qualities to achieve is independence. Whether it be regarding intellectual, financial, or emotional aspects of life, striving for independence continues to be a universal concept. For the country of Ghana, independence became a necessity, and this type of freedom could only be obtained through a process called decolonization. Decolonization is when a country removes itself from a location it has colonized, leaving that location independent to govern over itself. The nature of this can be problematic, due to the extensive difficulties of creating a functional country with little time or practice. Decolonization originated from nationalist movements throughout the late 19th and early 20th century, and the observation of older colonies obtaining independence both inspired and guided the country of Ghana to do the same. Understanding that the rewards of decolonization far outweigh the problems it may bring is essential. The desire for decolonization began once countries realized that the colonizing countries were not invincible. Weaknesses were shown during World War II especially. Some of these weakness were the lack of attention and lack of control these colonizing countries had. The colonized people s thirst for independence on top of this vulnerability presented a perfect opportunity to begin independence movements. During the beginning of World War II, a document named the Atlantic Charter was created. This document described the goals of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. The Actual Definition of Physical Therapy Physical Therapy is an exhilarating career with challenging requirements and great responsibility. The actual definition of physical therapy is The treatment of physical dysfunction or injury by the use of therapeutic exercise. The definition of Physical Therapist is A person who examines your injuries, talks to you about your symptoms and progress, and helps you design and carry out your treatment plan. They also provide services that help regain function, enhance movement, ease pain, and avert permanent disability. Physical Therapy is prominent in treating diseases and disabilities. Physical Therapy takes part in treating heart and lung diseases, types of paralysis, and some muscle weaknesses. It helps stroke victims recover to maximum strength in their condition. These are some of the many reasons that physical therapists are needed now, and always will be. Physical therapists deal with many types of people, with a limitless age range. They work with infants that are born prematurely, that have birth defects, all the way to elderly people who have medical or other health issues. To make more individualized treatment plans for everyone, they look at each person and develop a treatment technique to promote healing and mobility. There is a countless variety of needs for physical therapy, and that is how they determine which treatment is best for you. Everyday, 750,000 people need physical therapy. Physical Therapists not only create the plans, they guide ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Quintus Horatius Flaccus The poet Horace is how the English knew him, but his birth name is Quintus Horatius Flaccus, he was born in Italy in the little town of Venusia near the border of Apulia and Luciana, whence likes to describes himself as Lucanus an Apulus anceps man on December 8, 65 B.C. An important difference to annotate is Horace s father was an Italian freedman (a former slave who has been released from slavery), but he did not get to experience that life style. For he was born free. Horace expresses how his father was a man of a few acres, but refuses to send him to the local school where all the boys went instead he work hard to send him to the best and exclusive school in Rome the Grammaticus Orbilius, where the knights and senators would send their first born. After the school in Rome as young man Horace went to study in a famous school in Athens, his focus was in literature and philosophy; this was equivalent to a university. In 44 B.C., when the Civil war broke, he risks his life to help... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This job came with a good salary and allowed him to receive excellent commissions for collecting and registering the state revenues. This job allow him to enrich himself to a point that now he could be eligible to be a senator. In Rome one of the most expensive city of those times; where even Kings would rent a third floor walkout, Horace achieve to make his prayers come true, by owning his house with several slaves and a stable not a little achievement, Horace used to pray for a piece of land no so big with gardens and, near the house, a spring that never fails, and a bit of wood to round it off we can find this in his poetic book of Satire 2.6.1. The greatest accomplishments for a man who, all his life was made fun of and abuse, for being the son of a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Analysis Of The Sum Of Our Follies The Sum of Our Follies (2014) is a recent Malaysian fictional work written by Shih Li Kow. It is a regional piece a addressing the most conspicuous thrillers of place s meaning and literary imagination. The story hinges upon several episodes in a small town called Lubok Sayong and other replaces. Furthermore, the plot includes a number of perennial actions which perpetuate the token of proximity shared by the lives of Lubok Sayong s inhabitants who reciprocate their visions in an agnate perspective on life. It is an inherent call for the common sense of human individuality in a collective place uniting different ways of life. These people are the authentic human phenomenon in a fictional setting. In fact, the story depicts real life images, such as contemporary Malaysian peripheries; and challenged once again by socio cultural apathy, the specter of the story s fictional pluralism and the affectionate buoyancy of Shih Li Kow who seems particularly instructive (Cross, 2006: 49). The novel tells the story of a middle aged man called Auyong, or the narrator, and an orphan girl Mary Anne. Auyong leaves his city and job as a supermarket manger in order to work in the town s lychee canning factory. This circulates his destitution as a human being seeking perfection ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The traditional confines among regional places fade away and the human boundary demarcation substitutes each other in successive waves. This demarcation is brought about the memento of departure of the enormous technological advancement sweeping through any civilization. More specifically, this essay examines the ambulatory, or mobile, populations, cyber culture and technological advancement. This is because The Sum of Our Follies is a riveting story which pulls the reader into a world which is at once particular and universal (Leon, 2014: ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. The Canadian Human Rights Act Introduction Discrimination is an action or decision that treats a person or group negatively for reasons such as their race, sex, age or disability (Ministry of Justice [DOJ], 1985). Under the Canadian human right act, there are 11 grounds a person may be discriminated against. These include race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, disability and a conviction for which a pardon has been granted or a record suspended (DOJ, 1985). Employment discrimination happens when an employee is treated unfavorably because of said characteristics by employers. It is illegal to discriminate in any aspect of employment, and this extends beyond just hiring and firing. Society progresses and becomes enlightened overtime, but discrimination is still quite common. There are many ways that a person could be discriminated against. The Canadian Human Rights Act calls these discriminatory practices (DOJ, 1985). Examples of said practices include: Excluding potential employees during recruitment, paying equally qualified employees in the same position different salaries, discrimination when issuing promotions or lay offs, etc. Left unattended, discrimination in the workplace can be costly. Victims suffer and employers experience a loss of productivity, leading to damaged employee morals, and loss of profit. This report will outline the most common types of discrimination encountered in the work place, the problem they cause, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 51. Timmy Turner Short Story One early morning Cosmo Cosma walked outside into the damp, foggy air, where he had noticed his basketball idol, Timmy Turner, appeared out of the misty, white fog. His favorite player in the world just appeared, and Cosmo was mystified by his vision. Cosmo had started trudging towards Timmy because he heard his voice calling him in a captivating tone, and once he had begun his process towards Timmy, his idol gradually begun to evaporate into mid air. When Cosmohad seen the development begin he had rapidly begun to sprint towards Timmy, when he suddenly had been awoken from his hypnotic state because of luminous, golden lights materialized from the fog. The mesmerizing lights turned out to be his friend Jorgen Von Strangle, who had come to pick up Cosmo for their Saturday morning basketball practice. After Cosmo and Jordan were done with their basketball ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This time Cosmo thought to himself, he would not be fooled, so Cosmo had gotten a toy blow up baseball bat of his room and went to hit Timmy with it only to find out it was his dog Chet Ubetcha. Chet Ubetcha quivered in fear. Cosmo thought he was crazy, he made himself food because he was still famished. After Cosmo had eaten, he heard a noise, ding dong, he then heard it again ding dong. He thought there was someone at the door, but then he thought there couldn t be, not only was it after 9 o clock, there town district has a curfew because of the current outbreak in toxic gases that can make you see things that aren t there. To make sure there was no one at the door, he walked to the door, opened it and again it was Timmy. This time Cosmo wasn t sure what to do, so he just shut the door. Cosmo then went back upstairs and went t bed hoping it was all a bad dream. The next day Cosmo woke up and he had completely forgot about the day ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 52. Gm530 Final Exaple Course Project GM530 DeVry University Keller Graduate School of Management Professor Managerial Decision Making (GM530) Table of Contents Executive Summary3 Introduction Overview of Decision Problem4 Problem Statement4 Objectives5 Summary of Key Objectives:5 Alternatives6 Description of Alternatives:6 Selection7 Consequence Table with Original Values: Retirement / Job Change Costs7 Ranking Alternatives: Title8 Scoring Model: Scoring the Alternatives8 Weighted Scoring Model: Decision time8 Consequences9 Risk Profile: Title9 Implementation, Monitoring and Control10 Timeline:11 Summary11 Works Cited12 Executive Summary Decision clarity in decision making is one of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the end at 60 years of age I want to be in a position to stop work, enjoy my grandchildren and travel with my family. I would like to have my own business but not at the point of losing my savings and retirement to make that happen. This would allow for my family to pay off its bills, position my children for college and ensure our time with our grandchildren. Summary of Key Objectives: Fundamental Objectives| Means Objectives| Objective 1Work long enough to ensure retirement.| Means Objective APerform to increase pay and stability in the job| | Means Objective BLook for the opportunity for role promotions | | Means Objective CComfortable in role and am satisfied, little risk still a challenge| Objective 2Higher pay and opportunity for advancement.| Means Objective AEnter into a new field such as Aerospace or Homeland Security and out of IT| | Means Objective BMove to a new company, stay in IT field for more money| | Means Objective CBetter pay, benefits and working conditions| Objective 3Be my own boss.| Means Objective ALook at using the skills I have learned over my lifetime in others business for myself | | Means Objective BWork from home| | Means Objective CHave a business to turn over to my son to run| Alternatives In our text it is brought out that the visionary leader is willing to commit to change, Kopeikina states on page 197 that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 53. Shakespeare Hermione Analysis Shakespeare presents Hermione as a remarkable woman starting from her first utterance, the personal pronoun I . This drives the audience to believe she is independent, which connotes to freedom, allowing her to say to Leontes you, sir, charge him too coldly . Also, this would have shocked traditional audiences as womanwere inferior and were reliant on men as they were essentially possessions. Also, she only talks when Leontes says speak you , as a defence in court she said she loved Polixenes even so and no other than Leontes commanded . Furthermore, she addresses Leontes as sir not by his personal name meaning he s superior showing Hermione s inferiority. Hermione could be argued as normal as woman had no rights. As Hermione was impertinent to Leontes saying you, sir, judge him too coldly . This would have shocked the traditional audiencebut instead of telling Hermione off Leontes congratulates her saying well said Hermione . This shows Leontes and Hermione s love. Shakespeare shows Hermione to be the better person and Leontes as the tragic hero. Shakespeare could be being counter cultural conveying kings are corruptible not (as believed in culture starting with James the 1) infallible. Shakespeare is objecting to the divine rights of kings using Leontes as he is not adhering to this concept. Shakespeare does this in most of his plays under king James for example in Macbeth king Duncan makes a mistake (culturally unthinkable). Shakespeare uses a semantic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 54. An Emerging Class Of Non Relational Database Management... NOSQL is an emerging class of non relational database, used to handle Big Data, it stands for Not Only SQL which solve the problem of processing unstructured data, considering that this non relational database does not use a schema, and does not relay on the table/key model used in RDBMSs (Relational DataBaseManagement System). NOSQL have the following characteristic: Scalability: the competence to store data across multiple data stores simultaneously, moreover enlarge and decrease the size of data stores in response to the need. All these operations must be invisible to the end users. Data and Query model: a specific framework are used in SQL to store data, in addition data are access intelligently with a requisite set of query APIs. Interface diversity: a variant connection mechanism is offered for programmers and data base managers; it also supports RESTfull APIs. Persistence design: a very fast memory system of the servers is used to keep the entire database. Eventual consistency: Basically Available Soft state and Eventual Consistency known as BASE is the used mechanism to ensure the consistency of data, rather than Atomicity, consistency of Isolation, Durability ACID used in RDBMS. The main technology under NoSQL are: Key Value Pair Store, Document Oriented Databases, and Graph databases. a)Key Value Pair Store: KVP is the simplest od NoSQL databases, uses to store huge amount of data, it employs the Key Value Pair model. KVP does not require a schema like ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 55. Atlantic Ocean Research Paper 3 Ocean s significance Pacific Ocean: The Pacific Ocean can be found in between Asia and North America and South America. Something unique about the ocean is the animal and plant habitat that lives there. There are a lot of varieties of plants such as algae, and animals. Atlantic Ocean: The Atlantic ocean has over 106,460,000 kmВІ, making at the second largest ocean in the world behind the Pacific. Are unique fact about the Atlantic Ocean is a has over 18 volcanoes. Arctic Ocean: out of the five great oceans in the entire world the Arctic Ocean is considered the smallest of the all. It barely reaches over 5.427 square miles. Unique fact about the Arctic Ocean is that it s the northernmost region ocean of the earth 2. 3 Sea s uniqueness ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Do you expect about this lake is that it is considered the deepest lake in the world. It s that reaches down to 5314 feet. Lake Victoria: lick Victoria is found in the east central Africa separating Tanzania, Kenya, and Uganda. It is the largest lake by surface area in the continent of Africa. 5. 3 Bay s uniqueness Chesapeake Bay: The Chesapeake Bay is located in the northeast part of the United States in Maryland and Virginia. Are unique fact about this beat is that it s the largest estuary in the United States. San Francisco Bay: this based on on the west coast of the United States and California and in the city of San Francisco. The average depth of the San Francisco Bay is only approximately 12 15 feet. Jamaica Bay: this based on on the south side of Long Island in New York, in the United States. Elite fact about this bay is that has fish, wildlife and plant habitat that is considered important for food resource. 6. Out of all the bodies of water we ve talked about on this assignment, I would have to say that the oceans to me are the most fascinating. There are still many mysteries under the oceans that have yet to be discovered and the ones that have been discovered have been astonishing with still searching for the discovery of new volcanoes under the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...