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Essay On Fundamental Rights And Duties Of Indian Citizen In English Essay On Fundamental Rights And
Duties Of Indian Citizen In English
My Barroom Observation
In lieu of having the opportunity to measure a tall object, I decided that it would be interesting
to know the height of my barn because it was never identified. There are few steps to finding
how tall an item is, however, it is quite difficult to be completely accurate with the objects that I
utilized. First, I needed to build a clinometer with a straw, protractor, and string, which was used
to find the angle of elevation. The angle of elevation is the angle formed by a horizontal line and
a line of sight to a point above the line (Rehill), and in this specific scenario, the point is the top of
the barn. Furthermore, I then measured the distance from the barn to where I was standing and
looked, through the straw, to the top of it. I had to... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Moreover, the answers that I got are reasonable because they do not seem too small and they are
quite average for an one and a half story building. Nevertheless, the height of the barn might be
inaccurate because errors could have a drastic impact on the final answer. To illustrate, the
measurements are the basis for the whole entire problem by reason that trigonometric ratios place
primary importance on them, so, therefore, if they are incorrect, then all of the resulting numbers
will be wrong. I struggled with obtaining the appropriate angle measurements because I had
problems with pinching the string at the correct place and viewing the necessary spot through the
straw. Also, if the calculations were amiss, then it would produce false numbers, which causes the
final answer to be off due to the legitimate figures not being incorporated. I had a problem with
this also as I did not set up the correct equations at first, which would give me faulty calculations
and, consequently, mess up my final answer. However, I quickly figured out that my equations
were incorrect, so, therefore, I did not experience any problems attributed to that exact reason.
Another problem that I faced was with building the clinometer itself due to the protractor being
attached to a geometric template and not aligning the straw correctly, but I just used my protractor
as there was no effect and I figured out how the straw needed to be
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Plakobranchus Ocellatus
The Plakobranchus ocellatus feeds on great variety of green algae (Christa et al. 2012) they are
known to sequester ingested plastids (kleptoplasts) within specialized cells of the digestive gland,
and are said to have a long term retention (LtR) form that incorporates chloroplasts for several
months and thus allowing them to undergo periods of starvation while continuing photosynthetic
activity. Not much is known about the food sources of this sacoglossan, but it is suggested that P.
ocellatus is a species complex and feeds on a broad variety of Ulvophyceae (Christa, Wescott L, et
al 2013)
The slugs survived several months of starvation in complete darkness and in the light in the
presence of the photosynthesis inhibitor monolinuron, kleptoplasts ... Show more content on
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The mean/standard deviation of the results obtained can be viewed in Table 1. The greatest
difference was seen within the standard deviation of the weight of the plant seedlings in a high
CO2 concentration (0.4326 g). This can be seen in the mean value (average) of the plant seedlings
in the high CO2 concentration, which was 1.153 g.
Further evidence of this can be observed in Figure 2, exhibiting that the standard deviation
increased as well as the mean dry weight along with the CO2. The t test results in table 2 show
that the probability results for the initial and Low weight (0.6501) is above 0.05, therefore
establishing the indication that the weight between the two sets of data have significantly less
differences, thus being more likely due to chance. However, the t test results for the Low and
Normal weight (4.895 x 10 5), Normal and High seedling weight (8.964 x 10 8) and Low and
High seedling weight (2.291 x 10 9) are below 0.05, illustrating that their figures are not due to
chance alone. It is clear that the difference between the results of the Initial Seedling weight and the
High CO2 seedling weight should be significant, further confirming that as the concentration of
CO2 intensifies so does the weight of
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London During The Industrial Revolution
London, the capital of the Industrial Revolution in the 1750s, created textile factories that
increased the demand for labor, urbanization, population and food supply. This led to a migration
of people into the cities and away from rural areas to look for work. At this time, London had a
laissez faire economic system where the government did not interfere with private property meaning
that it was free from regulation. Therefore, private slaughterhouses were all around the city to
provide people with fresh meatand for butchers to make a profit. But, slaughtering in London had
negative consequences like the smell and traffic congestion causing hazards to the public leading
reformers to demand government regulation. In Maclachan s article, The... Show more content on
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One of the state s first actions was replacing Smithfield Market in 1855 with the Metropolitan
Cattle Market in the suburbs where it can connect to railway transportations. This proved a relief
from traffic congestion in the city with the use of railways that opened a gateway to an increase in
country killed meat as opposed to meat from livestock slaughtered in London. This gradual increase
in country killed meat was malignant to the butcher s business because it meant less livestock
would be slaughtered in the city and less profit. Also, the government realized that public health
regulation is needed to protect the people from meat not inspected that could cause fatal diseases
because the state is responsible for securing the well being of its people. Hence, the state passed the
Buildings Act (1844) and the Metropolis Act (1873) giving power to the state to regulate the
slaughtering process and monitor the waste disposal from slaughtering. Thus, after these state
actions the relationship between the food and the state is gradually converging under the control of
the government. These regulations almost caused the extinction of private slaughterhouses because
there was a decrease in private slaughterhouses from 1,500 in 1873 to 455 in 1897. But, the
butchers did not give up
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Charles Manson s Influence On Society
In almost all lists of famous serial killers, probably the most mentioned among them all is Charles
Manson. With more than 35 documented killings and a cult of disciple murderers, Manson has
become the living embodiment that the devil walks on earth. But what has made this troubled
youth into one of America s feared monsters?
Charles Manson was born on November 12, 1934. Named Charles Milles Maddox, he was born
and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, to a teenage mom, Kathleen Maddox. His alcoholic and prostitute
mother soon married William Manson but the marriage was short lived. His mother did not want
anything to do with the boy and this pushed him to live on the streets and fend for himself. Pretty
soon, Charles turned to petty crime to survive. By the time he was in his late teens, Charles was
introduced to a life in prison.
Charles met a girl in 1955 whom he married and brought with him to California. There, she
became pregnant and Charles was back into his life of petty crimes leading him to another time in
prison in 1956. The young wife eventually left him after a year. After being released, Charles
turned to other crimes such as pimping, using stolen checks and conning a woman of her money.
While on probation, he met a prostitute Candy Stevens, who bore him a second child. By 1960, he
was arrested for his crimes and was sent to a Washington penitentiary.
In prison, troubles never escaped Charles. He once raped a fellow male inmate and he was
considered to be safe only when
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How Did Ww1 Affect Australian Society
World War 1 was the first war that involved the majority of the world including Australia. It ran
from 1914 to 1918 and was held in various places spread across Europe. Over 60,000 Australians
lost their lives which was over 1 percent of the population at this time. As you can imagine, this had
a tremendous impact on the home front. The war did contributed a variety of positive and negative
influences to the civilian population of Australia. The main aspects that received dramatic changes
due to World War 1 were the roles of women, political issues and the Australian economy. The War,
did not only effect men fighting, but also the roles of women on the home front. As most men on
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Conscription is the idea of compulsory enlistment for a state service, typically into the armed
forces. The controversy between pro and anti conscription divided the Australian population
during the course of the war. Conscription was mainly supported by those who had never stepped
foot near a battlefield. Propaganda played a large role in pressuring men into enlisting. An
example of where propaganda pressured men into volunteering for the Australian Imperial Force, is
Appendix 1. The motive of this poster is successful as it implies that fathers would be shameful to
ignore the plight of women as well as, promoting a sense of guilt. Anti conscription propaganda also
depicted or appealed to women. For instance, anti conscriptionists would call a vote for
conscription, a blood vote, reminding women they were possibly sending men to their deaths. This
strategy of manipulating people s emotions proved to work as in Dec 1917, the 2nd referendum on
conscription rejected it. This debate influenced the entirety of Australian society as citizens were
bombarded with propaganda and the opinions of others. At the beginning of the war the Federal
Government gained great jurisdiction through the War Precautions Act. This was was introduced as
commonwealth would need to increase its authority to prosecute war effectively. Along with this,
the Constitution was also
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Benefits Of Tpa Outside Standard Treatment Window For...
Benefits of tPA Outside Standard Treatment Window for Ischemic Stroke Treatment of stroke, in
general and ischemic stroke specifically, in particular, is aone of the most pressing issues in both
nursing and medical science today. This is due to the fact that there are very few available
treatment options for the various kinds of stroke. Acute ischemic stroke carriesis a prominent
medical issue with a high risk of death or morbidity (Kakma, Stofko, Binning, Liebman
Veznedaroglu, 2014). Stroke, including ischemic and other types, is recognized, further, as a one of
the most prominent leading causes of disabilities (Saver et al., 2015). While cerebral infarction
resulting from thrombotic occlusion of brain arteries is the most common stroke type, ischemic
stroke is also quite common. Each year ischemic stroke affects over a half million victims in the
United States alone;. o Of this group, about 150,000 deaths occur, along with 300,000 victims
suffering from any number of disabilities following a stroke (CITE)after the fact. In response to the
phenomenon of ischemic stroke, a number of treatments and interventions have emerged. Tissue
plasminogen activator (tPA) is widely affirmed in the literature as the most effective treatment of
ischemic stroke at the present time (CITE ). This intervention, while effective, carries many
question risks.marks, however. It is not well understood, for example, how long after ischemic
stroke onset that tPA intervention is effective
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Overpopulation Is Not The Problem
Overpopulation is Not the Problem
As we sailed into the new millennium, humans crossed a threshold never before witnessed in our
species. We flew past the 6 billion mark in number. This is an impressive figure, but not one that
we can easily appreciate, unless we are Bill Gates or ExxonMobil.
Let s try to understand how incredibly large this number is. Consider that this article has ~9000
letters. Thus, it would take more than 650,000 copies of it to produce enough letters to represent
all humans. Or, put in other terms, consider that if all the humans were to hold hands side by side,
our species would circumscribe the equator nearly 14 times! And perhaps, most horrifying, if we
all were to move to Texas (the 2nd largest state in... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Massive starvation, as observed in Ethiopia in 1973 and Bangladesh in 1974, didn t occur because
food wasn t available. These famines, and many others, occurred because large numbers of the
population didn t have sufficient funds to purchase foods, even though food was available hence
a question of distribution not limitation. Current world debts have now reached proportions that
developing countries now spend $13 on debt repayment for every $1 it receives in grants
(Global Issues) an economic climate that makes it extremely difficult for countries to provide
for its citizenry. While some countries, including the United States, store away surplus grain
production as a security blanket, many human beings don t get enough to eat on a regular basis.
In many developing countries, given its rewarding economic payoffs, large landowners harvest
export crops (such as coffee and tobacco) rather than food crops for local people. Also, and
possibly most damning to the reading audience, a diet rich in meat requires nearly ten times the
land than that of a strict vegetarian s diet. Nearly 40 percent of U.S. land is used for grazing
livestock (which accounts for about two thirds of agricultural land). While some of this land is
more fit for free range grazing than vegetable crops, much of it would be many times more
productive if grains were grown rather than quot;meats. quot; In a very interesting study conducted
by the The Union of Concerned
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Analysis Of A News Article On Social Anxiety
News article
Richards, T. A. (n.d.). What is Social Anxiety? | The Social Anxiety Institute. Retrieved October 22,
2016, from https://socialanxietyinstitute.org/what is social anxiety
This article tells all about what social anxiety is. It explains how social anxiety is the fear of going
out and being social because of the thought of being judged by everyone around them. Social
anxiety is one of the third largest mental health care problems. It has become an even bigger
problem than ever before. Our society puts so much pressure on people being perfect and that s
exactly what gives people social anxiety they are so afraid to go out and take the chance of being
judged because they are worried that they don t step up to societal standards. Its
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Aesthetic Management of a Mesio Labially Rotated Maxillary...
Aesthetic Management of a Mesio Labially Rotated Maxillary Lateral Incisor with Type I Palatal
Talon Cusp a Minimally Invasive Approach Introduction:
Talon cusp is a rare dental anomaly in the shape of the tooth. It is a well delineated cusp like
structure projecting from either lingual or facial surface of anterior teeth. The prevalence of talon
cusp was reported to be between 1 to 8% [1,2]. Hattab et al [3] classified talon cusp into three
types based on its size as Type I (Talon / true talon) extends at least half the distance from
cemento enamel junction to the incisal edge Type II (Semi talon) extends less than half the
distance from cement enamel junction to the incisal edge and Type III (Trace talon) enlarged or
prominent cingula and their variations like conical, bifid or tubercle like. Palatal talon causes
functional discrepancies like occlusal interference, periodontal problems due to excessive occlusal
forces and temporo mandibular joint pain where as a facial talon creates unaesthetic appearance.
Treatment of talon cusp should be as conservative as possible depending on clinical problem
encountered. We present esthetic correction of palatal type 1 talon on a mesio labially rotated
maxillary left lateral incisor. Case Report: A 20 year old female patient reported to the Department
Of Conservative Dentistry with a chief complaint of unpleasant appearance of an upper front tooth.
Medical history was noncontributory. Intra
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Lysistrat Greek Mythology Essay
Andrew Turner
Lysistrata Paper 1
Greek Mythology
September 8, 2016
Introduction
Lysistrata, written by Aristophanes, takes place during a time period when men dominate. This
play brings up the battle of the sexes in a humorous way. In the play Lysistrata brings women from
areas like Greece and Sparta that were involved in the Peloponnesian war to talk about her plan to
end the war. Lysistrata s plan was for all the women from the different lands to with hold sex with
their lovers until the men decide to sign a peace treaty. As the play goes on the men begin to desire
affection from their lovers and because the woman are withholding sex is sparks anger from the
men. But, throughout the play there is little to no physical contact. For the most part the arguments
that the men and women have are verbal yelling/ singing back and forth. For example, the men talk
about smoking the woman out, but the women have water with them to put out the fires if need be.
As the women continue to withhold sex, the war dwindles down and the men begin to give up. The
men eventually realize that, because of Lysistrata, they shouldn t be fighting anymore. They should
instead divide up the land and end the war.
Part 1 Throughout the play there are many mythological references, mostly to gods and goddess in a
form of worship. For example, Adonis, figure 1, in the play is shown being worshiped by the
women. Poor Young Adonis! (Lysistrata 321). The Adonis myth shows recurring ideas that
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Science Technology Essay
Science Technology company case
After reviewing the financial forecast from Science Technology Company and Semiconductor
industry market situation, I concluded that 30% annual growth is not feasible, optimistic growth
forecast is 15% .Because world semiconductor shipment kept growing, but not just semiconductor
market but electronic products market was also dominated large market by Japanese
manufacturers. If the company carried on with the same profit/cost structure, the company s ROA
would be 5% more or less in next 5 years, EPS would be 0.44 0.97 and stock price would goes
down to less $10 less $20. I can assume that there is no additional stock issuance. As of 1984, the
ROA is 5.6%, EPS 0.57 and stock price $13 $37.
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Major semiconductor market was in Japan (more than 50%). Japanese semiconductor supplier
dominated Japanese market due to its exclusive market structure and started to increased market
shares in US market, but US supplier could not do so.
3. Demands for testers from Semiconductor customer
Higher speed to go into manufacturing a new design products required more testability. To find out
detective/reject before mounting on the board, to spot early production stage and ATE increased
its presence in production. Sales in total ATE $359 (1978) to $1.6billion (1984) 28% /year growth,
expected $4billion in 1988 at 26% compound annual growth rare.
4 .Growth driver
гѓ»More semiconductor was built in more electronic products and its shipment kept growing
гѓ»Labor rate increase required automate testing operation to reduce labor cost.
гѓ»Specialization, work division due to more complexity and high cost to develop semiconductor
device tester
гѓ»Improvement of testing technology and tested devices change
гѓ»After inflation settled, interest rate decreased and corporate income tax would reduce from 46%
to 34% in 1986 to stimulate more investment.
гѓ»Semiconductor agreement between Japan and USA due to lobbying and US government put
pressure to Japanese government to open Japanese market.
гѓ»National project SEMATECH started to recover the position in semiconductor market.
гѓ»Plaza Agreement in 1985 allowed weak US dollar and advantaged export increase.
5. Business
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Nurses Are Constantly Facing Health Risks
Nurses are constantly facing health risks every day they are at work. I feel as a student with
goals set to become a nurse I should be fully aware of all the things that could potentially go
wrong. I want to make sure I am knowledgeable about the nursing field, because I never would
have thought injuries happen as often in the field of nursing today compared to decades ago when
there was less machinery. The Department of Labor s Bureau of Statistics (BLS) explains that
surveys show 35,000 back injuries happen every year among nurses and are severe enough to
prevent going to work (Zwerdling, par. 9). Zwerdling writes about a nursegetting injured on the job
while lifting an overweight patient. She damaged a disk in her spine while lifting... Show more
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She later found out the popping noise she heard further damaged her spine (par. 2). Back injuries
are the most common injuries among nurses. Nursing employees get their back injuries from the
number one cause of lifting their patients. The article explains how lifting a patient is harmful no
matter what way it is performed. These injuries prevent young nurses from continuing their career
(Zwerdling par, 13).
A nurse is susceptible to musculoskeletal injuries which can affect them physically and mentally.
Musculoskeletal injuries are injuries affecting the body s movement (Gropelli 297). An example
is back injuries, happening in roughly 52% of nurses (Gropelli 297). Back injuries are one of the
most important injuries to be careful of. Nurses are being restricted by injuries causing them to be
pushed out of work. It affects them mentally, because they can easily become stressed out about
not being able to work which leads to loss of money. Musculoskeletal injuries severely affect
nurses and the hospitals. The hospital is affected, because they are losing their staff due to all of
these injuries that could be prevented (Gropelli 301).
Because of these injuries and risks, younger nurses must leave the field well before retirement,
which will lead to a nursing shortage. The older nurses, which make up 51% of all nurses, are at a
higher risk of injury due to lack of updated training and physical limitations. According to Patricia
Finch
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Constitutional Law Vs Federal Law
The U.S. Constitution is the supreme law of the country that establishes the 3 branches of
government executive, legislative and judicial. Constitutional law establishes the framework that
gives the legislative body the ability to establish laws. It also serves as a protection of our
fundamental rights, by not allowing government to overreach its authority. Each of the 50 states is
sovereign with its own executive, legislative and judicial branches. This allows each state to
maintain its individuality and govern its people accordingly. However, should a conflict between
state and federal law arise then the Supremacy Clause, found in Article VI of the Constitution, states
that state laws must yield to federal acts. Legislative law determines
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Securing A Software System Is An Invaluable Standard Essay
Software Security Engineering Nicholas Kyte
2 Securing a software system is an invaluable standard
29 focus on the business need and cost reduction, but still
1 I. INTRODUCTION 27 focus on the business need to complete the project in a 28 more cost
efficient way. Complex software designs often
3 when it comes to software design, and is often taken for
30 need a certain level of security to avoid possible tragedy.
4 granted when designing software. Software systems are
31 Software designers should consider security in complex
5 becoming more complex, which in turn makes software
32 systems along with the tools to use when designing a
6 design and security more complex. Software design
33 system.
7 tools can help secure a system by preventing possible
34 Developing a software begins by defining the re
8 attacks and covering the ground where attacks might land
35 quirements for the customer s need and finding value
9 within the system. Software design tools used during the
36 for the business. In order to turn the requirements into a
10 software engineering process enhance the way software
37 workable product, there needs to be a way to intelligently
11 designers research, develop, and implement software.
38 analyze the requirements in order to bring it to life.
12 Design teams affect the entire software development
39 Software design tools help analyze the problem, develop
13 process and often revisit phases of the process using
40 a scope of the project, and determine how
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Discovering an Authentic Leader
The purpose of the study was to determine how people can become an authentic leader. Over the
years, studies were conducted to establish the characteristics and personalities of an ideal leader.
However, researchers failed to develop a clear idea of an authentic leader. In addition, in the past
five years people had developed a deep distrust of leaders. Consequently, after people read
Authentic Leadership: Rediscovering the Secrets to Creating Lasting Value by Bill George, they
wanted to know how they could become and remain authentic leaders. So, a research team was
sent out to answer this question. As a result, researchers concluded that people life stories is
what developed them into a great leader. To begin with, Discovering Your Authentic Leadership ,
is a review article which covers the basis on how to become a leader. When conducting the
research, researchers interviewed 125 leaders between the ages of 23 to 93. These leaders were
chosen based on their reputation for authenticity and effectiveness as leaders, as well as
recommendations from other leaders and academics. The groups included both men and women of
different race, religion, ethnicity, and social backgrounds. In addition, these leaders varied from
CEO s, profit and nonprofit leaders, midcareer leaders, and young leaders just starting out. After,
interviewing and analyzing researchers discovered that these people did not identify with the
universal idea of what makes an authentic leader. On the other
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Carter Godwin Woodson s Life
Carter Godwin Woodson was born on December 19, 1875, in New Canton, Virginia. In 1892, he
became a coal miner in Fayette County, Virginia. While he was a miner, he decided that he
would rather go to school than do hard, back breaking work. He soon decided that would
continue his education. At age 20, he entered high school and graduated in a matter of only two
years. In 1900, he was elected to be principal of Douglass High School. After being principal of
Douglass High School, he still wanted to continue his education so he soon set off and went to
college. Carter loved going to school but he went to college part time because he was too busy
to attend the university full time. Apart from being a student, he was also a historian, a
publisher, and an author. Carter flew easily through college, and very soon after he got his
bachelor s degree in literature from Berea College. Carter didn t quite get his fill so he decided
to study at a different university, the University of Chicago. He soon earned his Master s degree
from the University of Chicago. He later earns a doctorate degree from Harvard University.
Woodson used his talent of being inspirational and a good teacher to teach youth. Woodson, the
son of former slaves, was an amazing man in his own right. Since his family was too poor to send
him to school as a child, he taught himself the basics of a school education. Woodson was the
second black man in history to earn a doctorate degree
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Fm Rouge Research Paper
Empirically, the Khmer Rouge regime, from its conception in 1975 to its fall in 1979, supremely,
holistically, and irreversibly overthrew Cambodian society. As a hard line communist movement
defined by fundamentalist socialism the Khmer Rouge, under leader Pol Pot, attempted total social
reconstruction and evolution. Envisaging a Cambodiawithout inequality and equal distribution of
wealth, the Khmer Rougeimplemented its aims of isolation and departure from Western capitalism
through oppressive technique; in seeking a better nation, the movement indeed destroyed the
ideological and philosophical integrity of Cambodia s political system, economic structure, and
social fabric.
Primarily, the Khmer Rouge aimed in an economic sense to revitalise the national economy under
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A major aspect of the economic impact of the Khmer Rouge was the widespread establishment of
agricultural cooperatives, or a pointed process of collectivisation, which completely changed the
dynamic of the Cambodian labour force and also the inherent means of production, distribution,
and exchange. The working population was separated into three forces who were assigned to
different aspects of the economy which were all based in advancing agriculture, be it actually
producing food or developing infrastructure to supplement it. All were expected to work 10 12 hour
days and labour conditions were generally subpar with harsh discipline and poor hygiene. In a
similar fashion to achieve economic independence in the communism model the Khmer Rouge
abolished all private ownership, leading to neglected industrial sectors and a sever deterioration in
the functionality of the tertiary industry. The essence of the economic implications of the Khmer
Rouge is evident in, again, Red Brotherhood at War . We are building socialism without a model...
there is no money, no commerce . The economic approach of the Khmer Rouge was fundamentally
flawed. Isolation and hard line
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The Recurring Theme Of Death In The Raven By Edgar Allan Poe
Edgar Allan Poe s works have a recurring theme of death. Both the raven and the mask of red death
follows the theme. Both the raven and the mask of the red death Poe uses vivid imagery to develop
the theme of death.
First The Raven includes vivid imagery to demonstrate the certainty of death. Deep into the
darkness peering.. And the only word that is spoken was the word Lenore. The speaker is peering
into the darkness and hopes that his wife has returned. But whose violet lining with the lamp light
gloating o er she shau press ah nevermore. He is talking about Lenore who s in the chair. My soul
from out that shadow that lies floating on the floor shall be lifted nevermore. He is sort of thinking
of death when he says my soul is floating on
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The Universal Commercial Code, Banks, and Fraudulent Activity
What happens when a bank accepts a check with a forged endorsement? Who suffers the loss?
Who is liable? Where can these answers be found? Check fraud law is governed by Articles 3 and
4 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). The National Conference of Commissioners on
Uniform State Laws and the American Law Institute created the Uniform Commercial Codein a
joint effort. It took over ten years to originally draft the UCC, and a further fourteen years for the
UCC to be implemented across the country. The creation of the UCC began in 1940 in an effort to
attack major commercial problems with comprehensive legal solutions The UCC allows
commercial organizations to do business across jurisdictional boundaries with confidence because
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It seems that the company does not think it feasible to try to recovery their loses from employee,
Lisa Leslie, and therefore goes after the bank for allowing her to steal from them. Is the bank at
fault? Does the bank have an obligation to their customers to protect them from fraudulent activity?
In short, yes. Customers trust banks to do just that.
In this case, the bank did what it was supposed to do. The court held that a corporate resolution
given to the bank and a signature card gave the officer authority to endorse checks for deposit to the
account, and to draft checks from the account, so the bank was not liable for conversion. These
documents were unambiguous. The resolution and signature card clearly let the officer act for the
company regarding the account, including withdrawing money and endorsing checks for deposit.
The fact that she was not specifically designated as an officer in the resolution was irrelevant. Her
acts did not violate the authority the resolution gave her, and whether she violated company policy
related to her abuse of authority, not a lack of authority. The bank was not liable for such abuse.
Given her authority, nothing put the bank on notice of her illegal activity, so the
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Tectonic Faults
Faults in our plates Corona heights was a trip to remember it was a wonderful discovering actual
faults and sediments in San Francisco; it was honestly my favorite trip. The objective of this
trip was to discover rocks and how they were formed, describe tectonic plates, and how what could
have caused the faults. We discovered rocks and hiked to different faults were we got to touch
observe and describe them, as well we got to look at weathered rocks and sediment. In figure one in
the packet you can see where we went to, corona heights, and see all of San Francisco; it also
shows the geological setup we were looking at, also as well all over San Fransisco as well. Figure
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The thrust fault in figure one, the faulting is less resistant to weathering landscape and faulting
blocks are more resistant. Some topographic variations in the city are they create hills and
valleys, the fault zone is easier to form valleys. What causes the hills and valleys in San Fransisco
are thrust faults, weathering, and rock types, are the major cases. Chert and sandstone are
associated with the hills and valleys. As seen in the photos I took durning the trip you can see the
fault line and how the two plates have slipped, and the line is shift to the
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Impact of Advertising on American Society Essay examples
Impact of Advertising on American Society
American society has changed drastically over the past years and some people say advertisements
reflect the society that we live in now. Advertising in our society encourages unhealthy habits,
focuses in on our weaknesses and leads us to believe that we are materialistic. Advertisements can
also change our vision of reality and makes us believe the impossible. Advertisements use sexual
and racial stereotypes to help sell their products. People in our society encourage the commercials
that demonstrate these things, like focus in on our weaknesses.
A recent commercial I just saw advertising for Pizza Hut uses sex and famous people to promote
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It is the same old pepperoni pizza or sausage pizza as before, but it is in a different form or shape.
People like new and different things. Also, with this new pizza, it makes it a lot easier to order a
pizza for a family that like different toppings. It is convenient for families to just order one pizza
rather one that is half anchovies and the other half extra cheese to satisfy all the family members.
The easier it is, the better it will be. This is how our society thinks and wants things to be, easy
and simple. So this pizza is new, but it doesn t necessarily mean it will taste better. Television
commercials are not the only form of advertising. There are many more types of methods to
advertise.
An advertising method that restaurants often used is games and prizes, like You won 1 free
Pepsi! to advertise, so more people will buy their product. A game that has been held every year for
some time now is McDonald s Monopoly game. People buy McDonald s food to receive Monopoly
game pieces. It works like the regular game of Monopoly. Some people are lucky and get all
pieces except one or two, so they will go to McDonald s to get fries every day hoping to get that
last winning piece. The participants are not buying the food every day because the food is
fantastic, but they buy the food to play the game. People in our society just want to be winners, to
win prizes and things they cannot afford
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Brief Summary Of The Story Bean Si
Bean si means woman of the hills in Irish. The Irish woman of the hills is a banshee. A banshee
is known to foretell a death, whether it be yours or someone you love. She is not violent but
surely very terrifying. She will not hurt you but her haunting cries will surely petrify you. She
appears in mainly one form but can appear in other forms as well. Often a tall, thin middle age
woman, a bansheeshould be considered a monster not because of her intentions, but because of her
purpose, to foreshadow your or someone you love s death.
A banshee is often a towering, bony woman. She is known for her penetrating, fiery red eyes that
have come from centuries of weeping. She is most often seen clothed in a green dress with a
hooded grey cloak draped over it. A banshee is known to have long, very light hair. The majority
of the time, the banshee appears as a tall, wiry middle age woman, but she can also appear in other
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If several banshees appeared, it was to signify that someone great or divine was to die. Sometimes
the tale told that this woman, even though she was called a fairy, was a ghost who died by murder or
had passed away in childbirth.
In American folklore, tales of a banshee were heard in the late 18th century. The most heard
stories are from North Carolina. In these accounts the banshee is simply a ghoul, not a sign of
misfortune. Some descriptions are from South Dakota. These say that the banshee was known to
wail on a hill near Watch Dog Butte. This version of the legend also doesn t relate her to any
foreshadowing of death.
There are different chronicles of the banshee coming from other Celtic cultures. In Scottish
mythology, a comparable creature is recognized as the bean nighe and is seen washing blood
stained clothes or the armor of those about to die. In Welsh fables, a very much alike being is
known as the Hag of the
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The French and Indian War and the American Revolution
At a surface level, historical accounts of The French and Indian War and the American
Revolution are presented as wars between two sides: The British versus the French and the
British verus the Americans, respectively. In each war the aforementioned opposing sides held
the most crucial roles in each battle that these wars lead to. However, in this essay I will argue
the crucial role of allies of each victorious side and how they were incredbily useful to the defeats
of the British in the wildnerness in 1755 during Braddock s defeat and in Yorktown, Virginia in
181 durng Cornwallis s defeat. Discussing the former, I will argue the importance of the Native
American s as allies to France and with the latter, the significance of the French as allies to the
Americans. The aim of this essay is not to argue that without their allies, the French and the
Americans would not have won the battles but that because they did have these allies, their
victories occured faster, easier and with less conflict that if they had fought without allies.
Braddock s defeat in 1755 occured during the French and Indian War which involved British and
French armies battling for land possession in North America. The commander of British forces in
America, General Edward Braddock, was to lead 2,200 British troops to capture Fort Duquesne in
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Heavily outnumbered by British troops, the French army were not in a
position to defend Fort Duquense without help, nor would they have even
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Christian Reflection Paper
Christian Tradition course exposed me to the Christian Tradition based on Biblical and church
history. The course taught me the differences and similarities of Christian Tradition from other
major world religions. I learned about the significance of God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit and the
Trinity based on the teachings of the Bible. The course also briefly covered 2,000 years of church
history but with emphasis on the impact of the Council of Nicea, Council of Chalcedon, and John
and Charles Wesley on Christianity. The professor emphasized the importance of the reformation
that sparked a revolution in the church.
The course began by distinguishing Christianity from other major world religions both in
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The role of the son or Jesus is the savior and teacher. The role of the Holy Spirit is the empowerer
and evangelist. All these roles combined equal a mystical element that describes the Trinity or
another name is Godhead. To understand the Trinity, God is the sun that shines while Jesus is the
rays of the sun and the Holy Spirit is the warmth that is felt from the sun. All personalities are equal
and combined together called the Trinity.
The role and purpose of the Church is to create a community of people who believe in the same
faith of God. The Church is a foundation of the faith in God. The Church allowed people to unite
on common grounds and follow the words of God. The place of worship made people feel
accountable because they were in it together. The Church raised the importance of prayer and
spirituality because that is how one communicates to God. The Church emphasizes fellowship,
dedication to the faith, selflessness. The Church gives power to the Christian people because they
are a group and not individuals anymore.
One of the most important events in church history includes the Council of Nicea. The First
Council of Nicea happened in 325 and involved the first gathering of Christian bishops and the
Roman Empire not as enemies but as allies. The bishops wanted to solve the dispute over Arianism.
Arianism is the belief that Christ was more than human but something less than God. Arianism
taught the people that Jesus
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William Wright s Statue Of Friendship
When walking through the quad here at ISU, William Wright s bronze sculpture Hand of
Friendship (1967) is one of many that will never go unnoticed. The position and realization of an
actual hand in which it depicts resembles great artistic ability and effort. My initial impression was
positive because it helped me realize one of many things that this university stands for friendship.
There are plenty of students who may sometimes feel left out or friendless on a daily basis and
this statue speaks great value. To me, it gives a sense on welcoming and acceptance for all
considering that thousands pass through the quad every day. It also shows the values of this
particular class in 1967 half of a century ago which still stand to this day.
As mentioned previously, the structure and design of this sculpture exposes the time and effort
put into the creation. The color which is a very dull green reminds me of the Statue of Liberty, a
famous work of art that we ve talked a great deal on this semester. Originally, the Statue of Liberty
was brown because of the amount of copper used to make it, but eventually transformed to a dullish
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I can honestly say that I am proud to attend a university that stands of such values, not many do let
along show and advertise it in such a way. No pun intended, I feel that there has been plenty of
students who have used this sculpture as a confidence booster perhaps high fived or shook it as if it
were an actual hand throughout their day. In today s society these kind of things are needed
considering the terrible things that occur such as massive shootings and thoughts of suicide. I
believe that sculptures with this kind of message and real life structure should be placed on all
campuses throughout
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Health Information Technology And Medical Malpractice...
Health Information Technology and Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Liability
Introduction
Health information technology (HIT) has become a growing phenomenon in the past sev eral
years. Healthcare providers, organizations, policymakers, and patients all share a similar vi sion of
a healthcare system powered by information technology. These visions stem from the Health
Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act of 2009, which
authorizes grants and incentives to promote the use of electronic health records (EHRs) by pro
viders. In the past couple of years, with the implementation of HIT and EHRs, the healthcare field
has had an increasing amount of medical malpractice lawsuits. Unfortunately, with technol ogy
advancing more rapidly causing medical professionals a difficult task in identifying and ad
dressing medico legal issues before they occur. Therefore, healthcare teams are in need of con
sidering how to fix the underlying problems of HIT in order to ensure malpractice lawsuits do not
continue to happen in practice.
Area of Improvement
According to resources and information, Health Information Technology needs to contin ually be re
evaluated as to support organizations in the event of, or to deter, medical malpractice lawsuits.
Medical malpractice lawsuits can be an expensive, long term, and a defeating process for all parties.
Unfortunately, healthcare providers have to continue to carry malpractice insur ance, as these
lawsuits can be costly not
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Why Is The Summer Of The Beautiful White Horse Crazy
The Summer of the Beautiful White Horse(Essay)
Do you think Mourad is crazy, I feel there is evidence to prove that he is but ways I could defend
him for his decisions. After all he is merely a child, correct? Do you think that you should just be
quiet about your problems and let them go? Again with Mourad there are many good reasons that
you should, but some situations it s not a very logical decision, and I will be explaining why in this
essay.
In a way I feel Mourad is crazy, mostly because of how he answers questions and the ways he
thinks. He thought that he did not steal the horse but simply borrowed it without permission for a
long period of time. He also thought that it was okay to lie to the farmer to buy them time to ride it
more, even when inspected he denied it, and thought that fooling an uneducated person was a good
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I myself as a teenager would know that sometimes we make some odd decisions and wonder
why in the world we did what we did. Well near the end of the story he does feel some sympathy
and starts to realize that what he did was wrong, so maybe he isn t crazy. I do however feel that
the people in the story have it all wrong in a sense, people nowadays always try to find new ways
to communicate with animals, and he is just naturally gifted with the art of taming animals. So he
might not be crazy, but a kind of genius people never thought to think
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Church Ministry Essay
The history itself of the decree on the ministry and life of the priests is an extensive one and
difficult to summarize. The possibility of having just a disciplinary decree dealing with
practical matters of ministry and spiritual life was considered, but the conciliar fathers gradually
became more aware of the need to say something in regards to the priests, something comparable
to what the Council had said about the bishops and the laity. That is to say, the decree would
have to refer to the doctrine, but they realized this a bit too late to make major changes. The last
date for rejection of De Vita et Ministerio Sacerdotali was October 19, 1964, there was only one
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Starting from Christ to the apostles, and from the apostles the bishops, at the request of 124 priests.
However, this was not sufficient and did not satisfy those loyal to other ways of understanding the
priesthood, especially the French school. In distributing the first amendment to the text of the first
draft of Presbyterorum ordinis, just after acceptance of the amended text as the textus recognitus,
the archbishop François Marty summarized the discrepancy of views: As to the specific nature of
the ministry and life of the presbyters. In this case, two conceptions have been expressed which
seem to differ at first sight. One of them insists more on the consecration of the priest worked by the
sacrament of Orders, and on the personal union of the priest with Christ, who is the source of
sanctity and spiritual effectiveness. The other conception, however, insists on the mission of the
priest, a mission which he receives from Christ through the sacrament: that is, the priest, since he
becomes an assistant to the Order of Bishops, acts in the person of Christ for the edification of
church. Fact is, both conceptions bring to light an aspect of great importance in the ministry and
life of the presbyters. Therefore, the commission will be careful to show how both conceptions
harmoniously combine and are in fact completed, so that they go together in the unity of the
priestly ministry. Nonconformities followed with the
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The Effects Of Organized Sports On Children
Organized Sports are Good to Children As the time pass, and as the technology is advancing
rapidly, the tradition of playing outside is diminished rapidly. Many people are concentrating on
their electronic devices in ages early as three. Sports is the most effective way that children can
express their joyful and brilliance. It prepares children with advantages of physical activities,
confidence, and enjoyment. Participating in organized sports when kids are young arise the
greater results. There are several reasons to support that organized sports are good to children.
First, organized sports are good for children because it improves social skills. Kids who are
participating in team sports have full of confidence. According to Gary R. Collins who writes
the Spotlight or stress, This is especially uncomfortable and stressful when other people expect
us to do one thing, when we fear that we can t do what is expected, and we think that our
inability may cause us to lose respect in the eyes of others. ((( ))) Since everyone is not perfect,
sometimes they can win or lose the games. According to Collins, Acceptance is a third divine
characteristic of success. ((( ))) At the beginning they can be afraid of losing, but it is good
opportunity to have ability of accepting. They will have challenging mind and sense of purpose
with more passion through experiencing many competitions. They will have high self esteem and
will be full of confidence by victories that they challenge
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Lululemon Case Analysis Essay
Lululemon Athletica, Inc. Created by: Kelsey Davis GBA 490 901 March 21, 2014 Table of
Contents Executive Summary To: Laurent Potdiven Chief Executive Officer Lululemon Athletica
Inc. This report has been created with the intent to analyze the athletic apparel industry with a
specific focus on Lululemon Athletica, Inc., further refered to as Lululemon. In this report you will
find that the strengths and weaknesses of Lululemon s current strategies and future goals are
analyzed and compared to that of its closest competitors. In conclusion to the analysis,
recommendations have been made to potentially guide Lululemon Athletica, Inc. in a positive
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In the athletic apparel industry, as in any industry, it is key to stay in touch with the current trends
in order to keep your products relevant. With Lululemon focused on such a niche activity it will be
important that they explore other markets within the sports apparel industry in the future so as to
stay relevant. We can see the company s first steps in doing just this when they recently introduced
their men s apparel line. A summary of the athletic apparel industry s external environment are
listed in Exhibit 1. Driving Five Forces Lululemon faces constant competitive pressures from the
five main driving forces: rivals/competitors, new entrants, substitute products, suppliers bargaining
power, and buyers bargaining power.( Thompson, Peteraf, Gamble, and Strickland) Below is a
detailed analysis of the competitive forces noted in Exhibit 2. The rivalry among existing
competitors is strong. It is becoming increasingly harder to develop new and unique products
based solely around a small niche activity. There are only so many aspects of yoga that can be
explored and that products can be developed to accompany. Although Lululemon was the first, new
competitors are seeing the profit to be had in this niche market and are entering with the goal of
creating new more creative strategies to compete with Lululemon and take part of their large market
share. (Morning Star) The threat of new entrants is moderate. Although this niche market is
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Johnny Tremain Comparison
Johnny Tremain by Esther Forbes and Johnny Tremain by Disney were both different, yet they
were the same in some ways, too. There were no extreme changes, in terms of the plot. Some
things, although, were left out of the movie that were in the book. The book definitely had more
information and detail than the movie. In this essay, I will be talking about the character
differences, Mr. Lyte, and the concept. I prefer the book, but I recommend the movie, also. One
extreme change was that there was no Dove, Isannah, or Pumpkin in the movie. Dove was a very
important character. He gave Johnny a cracked crucible on purpose when Johnny was breaking the
law on Sunday. Johnny did it to finish a sugar basin for John Hancock in the book,
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Northern Ireland
Diplomacy does not happen overnight, and the true tale of hardship and bickering over Northern
Ireland is proof of that. Ireland and England failed to agree on who held the power of Northern
Ireland for over 30 years until the Good Friday Agreement, a form of diplomacy between the
countries, took place. Before that time, many soldiers and innocent citizens of Northern Irelandlost
their lives. Religious fights broke out between Catholic and Protestant residents. Political figures
from countries like Wales and the United States came together to help put an end to the bitter
relations of the European countries (Delaney). After many years of hard feelings and failed
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After one year, the death toll was 300, and after 10 years the number of people who had been
killed from the fighting was a gruesome 1, 932 (Holland 196). Many of the victims were innocent
people who were not partaking in the fights in any way. The killers of these innocent people were
never caught or punished (Graham). After several years of fighting Jack Holland expressed what
he was witnessing as there has already been much crying about Northern Ireland (Holland 1). Even
the governments were aiming their weapons at each other. The Irish RepublicArmy killed a British
soldier, creating a substantial amount of tension between the two countries (De Breadun). When
the end neared, Ulster Defense Association ceased to be an armed paramilitary group. They had
been responsible for many deaths over the years (Delaney). Several political figures from all
parts of the world were brought together over the ordeal concerning Northern Ireland. During the
early 1990s, British Prime Minister John Major worked with Ireland s Ahern to achieve peace
between them. All attempts at peace failed overall. United States President Bill Clinton worked
with Ireland, Britain, and Northern Ireland to acquire the peace they were hoping for (Graham). It
was not until Tony Blair became Prime Minister that things began to fall into place. Britain s
George Mitchell held the skill and patience necessary to help Northern Ireland peace talks lead to
the Good Friday Agreement.
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Developing Causeway Bay Into A Tourist Attraction Spot
The government, in the lights of the trend of international trades, prioritized development in
certain suburban area, developing Causeway Bay into a tourist attraction spot that contain
multiple fancy shopping malls and tourists sites, setting it apart from neighbor suburban areas
like Wan Chai which is considered to be a more underdeveloped location with large elderly and
poor populations. Under the government s policy, Causeway Bay developed in a way that makes
it more compatible in the global market and attracts foreign companies with high traffic of
consumption. Resulting in the rapid and dramatic rise of rent in the shopping areas, Causeway Bay
was ranked as the world s most expensive for the second year in a row, after overtaking New York s
Fifth Avenue in 2012 (Straus, 2013). Local businesses cannot sustain and operates in such fashion
and were forced to close down, which delivered a heavy blow to the local businesses development.
Local citizens can t advance on the social ladder with their own establishments, rather, their income
can t pay off the expenses. But the cost of it wasn t only urbanization, it also answers to the vast and
immense growth of interactions with the Chinese. Chinese corporate invests in different lands and
businesses, changing the culture and pattern of consumption. The products produced in the market
were targeted to catch Chinese consumers attention, like the production of gold iPhone and
communication application WeChat being
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Ee Cummings Dbq Analysis
Have you ever read a E.E Cummings quote but do you understand it what it s trying to mean or
saying. For example, To destroy is always the first step in any creation. E.E Cummings wrote this
quote. E.E Cummings was born in Cambridge,Massachusetts in 1894, he was a famous painter
and poet . How does E.E Cummings use vision and hearing to create meaning? To begin, E.E
Cummings uses visual techniques to grab attention. In Doc A he uses spacing and also put
letters one by one per line, but sometimes he puts two letters on a line. For an example le he used
spacing, and put the letters two per line for the poem falling leaf . In Doc B, he also uses spacing,
and likes to scramble the words.For example rpophessagr which the word is a grasshopper.
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Research Paper On Violence In Sports
Violence is defined as the use of excessive physical force, which causes or has obvious potential
to cause harm or destruction to an individual. Violence in sports comes in many forms, and divides
into social and cultural factors related to the sport ethic, gender ideology, the dynamics of social
class and race, and the tactics used in sports. Violence in sportshas gone too far because sports
violence has become so severe in sports, that players are injured each years. However, in sports
some violence has become entertaining for the fans and fans would begin their own violence
around with other fans that support opposing teams to win. The violence in sports can cause severe
casualties from collisions to concussions that may result in long term mental or physical damage.
There are many casualties of violence and collisions/concussions in professional sports. The first
common type of violence is body contact. The brutal body contact includes physical practices
common in certain sports and accepted by athletes as part of sport participation. Examples of brutal
body contacts in sports are collisions, hits, tackles, blocks, body checks, and other forms of
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The fan taunts during games and players expect to ignore taunts. However, the following example
is completely opposite. The players did not ignore when the fan taunted. In a basketball game
during the 2005 NBA season, there were three NBA players on the Indiana Pacers who fought
with the fans during a game with the Detroit Pistons, after a fan hit a player with a cup of
alcoholic beverage and ice had thrown from the stands. The fans are being interactive towards the
fans and the fans should not disrespect athletes because the athletes achieve as they play games and
the fans do not achieve anything at all except just watching the game
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Car Dealers
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NEW AND USED AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY: AN INDUSTRY PROFILE sic # 5511
Ronald C. Rice, BBA University of Cincinnati College of Business Administration
Spring 1990
TABLE INDUSTRY AND BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
CONTENTS
Trends Affecting the Industry.........................1 Current State of the Industry.........................3 The
Legal Environment.................................4 Industry Problems.....................................4 Franchise
Opportunities...............................6 Current Trends........................................6 New
Technology........................................7 SMALL BUSINESS FACTORS Startup
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For example, local new car sales fluctuated greatly just in the two years between October of 1987
and October 1989 [SEE EXHIBIT 6]. The average net profit before taxes in 1979 was
approximately 2.5% of sales. By 198l that number had dropped to 1.16%. and 4000 dealerships had
folded. By 1987, however, profits reached a high of 2.16% of sales. In 1989, with profit before
taxes at a dismal 1.3% of sales and falling, the shadow of a recession in car buying loomed dark and
ominous. The average gross profit as a percent of sales also indicates a bleak outlook [SEE
EXHIBIT 5]. In 1988 the top 100 megadealers in the U.S. controlled nearly 13% of total new car
sales. It is estimated that if current trends continue, up to 25% of those megadealers will go out
of business (Spinella, 1988). Current State of the Industry The new and used car industry in the
U.S. is composed of 25,5OO dealerships owned by 17,800 dealer principals, quite a change from
28,350 dealerships owned by 25,100 dealers in 1979 [SEE EXHIBIT 2]. The recession of the early
1980 s prompted a number of more stable dealers buy those dealerships which were in financial
trouble. Currently, nearly half all dealerships are a part of a chain of two or more dealerships,
and nearly 20% are part of a chain of four of more dealerships. The total industry sales in dollars
in 1988 (the most current available data) were $303,235,000,000. In terms of unit sales, the
approximate number of new vehicles sold
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Persuasive Essay On Tree Stump
Are you a new homeowner trying to improve the looks of your yard by removing trees? If you ve
recently had one cut down in your yard, were you left with a stump that s getting in the way of
your landscaping plans? Although you may be tempted to pull the stump on your own, tree
stump removal is not usually a good do it yourself project for new homeowners. Here are some
reasons why you should hire a professional company to take care of the procedure for you: Time:
Digging a stump up and pulling it out of the ground can take a long time, even if the stump doesn
t appear to be large at ground level.. Even a relatively small tree trunk could be hiding a massive
root system. Many people may assume that tree stump removal will only take a couple hours, only
to find out that the root system is much larger and more... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Safety: Getting a stump out of the ground can be extremely dangerous for an inexperienced
person. For example, even if you re experienced with towing vehicles with your truck, you may
run into difficulties iff you attach a chain to the stump and try to yank it out. The chain may
snap suddenly, causing the vehicle you re using to lurch forward abruptly. Hiring a tree stump
removal company will allow you to stop worrying about causing injuries or damages. They are
familiar with the proper safety equipment and also know how to remove the tree stump without
danger to people or property. Money: Tree stump removal can be costly, if you do it yourself. If
you don t have the necessary equipment, you may have to rent a chainsaw, purchase a heavy saw
or obtain equipment that you don t already own. Additionally, your inexperience could result in
damage to your vehicle or property. On the other hand, if you hire a professional company, you will
know beforehand exactly what
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Whole foods case study Essay
November 27, 2013
HRM 598
Case Study
Introduction
Whole Foods Market, Inc. is the largest chain of natural foods supermarkets operating in the United
States. Whole Foods has six core values that drive its company and they include; selling the highest
quality natural and organic products, satisfying and delighting customers, supporting their Team
Members (Whole Food Employees) happiness and growth, creating wealth through profits and
growth, caring about the communities and our environment, creating win win partnerships with
their supplies and promoting the health of their stakeholders through healthy eating education. The
company operates stores in 26 states of the US and in the District of Columbia (Whole Foods
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Although Whole Foods has various departments in the stores, having distinct job requirements
makes it easier to group/classify jobs into a predetermined grade. What I mean by this is that a
Team Member in the Bakery has the same basic skills and knowledge as a Team Member in Meat,
although the responsibilities may differ from bakery to meat, the overall responsibilities and
qualifications in the jobs are exactly the same. Providing excellent customer service and
maintaining the departments that they work in are just two of the responsibilities that come to mind.
Having a varying pay scale based on the person s position in the hierarchy is something that is
almost a given, but it doesn t make one person or position more important than the other. According
to their own company website Whole Foods seek individuals who believe in their mission of
Whole Foods, Whole Foods, Whole People, Whole Planet people who are enthusiastic about food
and our products, and who want to join a culture of shared fate (WholeFoodsMarket.com). With that
being the companies mission statement individuals who work for Whole Foods understand that
they are valued and with the training and development programs that are offered they can be
promoted to a higher level with the experience, knowledge and skills they have obtained in their
positions.
Evaluation of Job Descriptions
After looking over the job descriptions for the Whole Foods
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Jem Bravery In Lord Of The Flies
Throughout the novel, Jem s definition of courage shifts over time, indicative of his maturing
personality. As the story begins, Jem s superficial idea of courage reveals his immature nature, as
his ignorance defines his judgement. At the start of the novel, Jem s idea of bravery is simply
touching the side of the Radley house, and then only because In all his life, Jem had never
declined a dare. In this instance Jem has an urge to boast about his masculinity, in the form of a
perceived bravery. However, contrary to what Jem thinks, this act of couragemerely supports his
innocence as he is yet to experience the real plight of society and the true courage which comes
with that. With Jem s lack of understanding, Harper Lee criticises the traditional... Show more
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While facing a long lasting fight with her addiction to morphine, Ms Dubose s effort to kick this
habit reveals her true fortitude during a dark time for her. Atticus is one of the only characters
who acknowledges this bravery as he tries to show Jem what real courage is. Once again Atticus
attempts to teach the Children the importance of perseverance, not the traditional, masculine and
southern idea of bravery. Lee s inclusion of Ms Dubose s courage is also critical of the
stereotypes during the civil rights movement. After being introduced as a horrible witch like
figure, Ms Dubose is eventually seen as the bravest person [Atticus] ever knew. Through her
tremendous courage, Ms Dubose defies her original stereotype as Lee attempts to picture her
dying in goodness. In doing this, Lee criticises the stereotypes of the 1950 s. Despite not directly
linking to the situation of Ms Dubose, the prejudice toward the African American society, merely
based on an uneducated, common belief, is denounced as Lee introduces her society to a women
who defies her preconceived image through a tremendous amount courage. Lee uses Ms Dubose to
demonstrate not only a new idea of bravery but to characterise the faults in society s
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Who Is Douglas Bader A Hero
Anyone can give up, it s the easiest thing in the world to do. But to hold it together when
everyone else would understand if you fell apart, that s true strength. (Douglas Bader Quotes).
These words were spoken by Douglas Bader, a World Word II hero and British pilot. The
atrocities and hardships WWII presented had a lot of people wanting to give up, but Douglas
Bader did not believe in giving up hope. Douglas Bader wasn t just any old pilot trying to
encourage others, either. This man was faced with a very difficult challenge early on in his life,
for he lost both of his legs in a flying accident (Douglas Bader 1). Even though he could have
given up right then, he decided to help his country and the world in their time of need. Bader
strived to help Great Britain and the Allies and became a herofor many. Douglas Bader has left a
long lasting legacy that has inspired myself and many others. Through Douglas Bader s life story,
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A college journal reported on one of his boxing matches saying, Bader in his usual no time to
spare manner went straight at his opponent and knocked him out with two very hard rights. He
took about the same time as he did last year, and is a very dangerous man to meet. (Douglas
Bader: Fighter, Pilot). Aside from sports, Douglas Bader seemed to be a natural at flying. After
Cranwell, Bader was assigned to No. 23 Squadron at Kenley, where he flew the Gloster
Gamecook. He performed in the RAF display at Hendon, in 1931, which showed his strong suit
in aerobatics (Douglas Bader: Fighter, Pilot). A picture shows Bader standing with Flight
Lieutenant Harry Day and Flying Officer Geoffrey Stephenson to his right in front of a plane.
They made up the No.23 Squadron s aerobatics team for the 1931 Hendon display (No. 23
Squadron s aerobatic team for the 1931 Hendon display
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Hamlet Strengths And Weaknesses
Strength is essential to overcome obstacles, however people in similar circumstances may have
disparate decisions, leading to various outcomes and consequences. In spite of all challenges,
discouragements and impossibilities; strength distinguishes a strong soul from a weak one.
Through the literatures of William Shakespeare, Miriam Toews and Lawrence Hill, it is evident that
ethics and morality play an important role in affecting decisions of the main characters. Assuredly,
Hamlet, Naomi and Aminata, participate in situations where their courage is tested to its fullest,
impacting their fate; for the better and for the worse. Despite bearing cultural and periodic
differences, Hamlet by William Shakespeare, A Complicated Kindnessby Miriam Toews and The
Book of Negroes by Lawrence Hill all demonstrate judgements that enrich and destroy the lives of
the protagonists and of those around them. Firstly, Hamlet in Hamlet shows dreadful judgement
by consuming himself in revengeance, resulting in his own downfall. Hamlet becomes obsessed
with avenging his uncle, King Claudius for murdering his father, King Hamlet. As a result of this,
corruption takes hold of Hamlet s life, in which it becomes full of hatred, reprisal and bloodlust.
Hamlet questions himself of which act is more noble. Is it more noble to suffer from the wrong
deeds that one has done onto another or if it is more noble to end the suffering by fighting? In this
soliloquy, it is clear that Hamlet is torn between
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An Open System Of Energy
Due to modern innovations such as globalism, radio, computers, the internet et cetera, most
countries across the world have faced a dramatic increase in consumption. As these countries
experience, exponential population growth, the enormous demand for Energy consumption, and
unprecedented global economic growth, the increase requires that most modern countries face
hardly surprising. However, these requirements lead to most countries facing the issue of
sustainability.
In the 1987 Bruntland report, researchers defined sustainability as development that meets the
needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.
(Our Common Future 1987). This definition receives some criticism by scientists ... Show more
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Some examples of social sustainability include empowering marginalized groups and ensuring high
rates of social mobility in all communities. Economic sustainability consists of maintaining a
healthy and stable economy to ensure prosperity for future generations. As economic issues tend to
marginalized members of society, Economic and social sustainability tend to overlap with each
other regarding initiatives. For practices that promote social sustainability include advocating and
promoting policy change in which benefits the people, contributing to the lives of others, and
investing in social capital that improves the lives of other individuals. As economic factors can lead
to social issues in society, such as fair wages and income inequality, social and economic
sustainability tend to overlap. Environmental Sustainability is defined responsibility using natural
resources in a responsible way to ensure that immediate demands do not affect future generations.
Examples of environmental sustainability include using renewable resources vs. nonrenewable,
using resources that create the least amount of waste possible while maximizing energy output.
Such as global warming, depletion of the ozone layer and reductions in biodiversity threatened
sustainability
Due to increasing economic constraints, nuclear power is a solution to sustainability without a
drastic change in society. Although
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Essay On Stop And Frisk
Gun violence has been a great issue in America throughout the years. Although there are many
procedures and regulations that attempt to keep gun control in effect, it has not been enough to
completely rid unlawfully owned weapons and its violence. One of these procedures is known as
stop and frisk, which means to stop a person and thoroughly pat down their outer clothing if the
person is suspected to be armed and dangerous. This procedure is often used by police officers
when attempting to confiscate illegal weapons. But many question if stop and frisk alone is an
effective and acceptable way in dealing with America s problem of gunviolence. Since problems
such as gang violence, assault, robbery, and overall crime usually involving guns are still occurring
today, it is believed that stop and frisk isn t an effective... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Even though it could have some effect, there are many different aspects that should be
considered about the stop and frisk procedure. Aspects to consider would be the consistency of
stop and frisk, as well as its outcomes, thoughts and views of the civilians, and even the police
officers. Changes and additions to the stop and frisk procedure needs to occur if law
enforcements wants to rid the streets of illegal weapons. Wilson says in his article, But if we are
serious about reducing drive by shootings, fatal gang wars and lethal quarrels in public places, we
must get illegal guns off the street. We cannot do this by multiplying the forms one fills out at gun
shops or by pretending that guns are not a problem until a criminal uses one (128). Wilson makes a
great point in this piece of his article, saying that forms, regulations, and written rules won t
effectively stop gun violence, but action will. But the actions law enforcement makes towards the
civilians should have precision and
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A Critical Analysis And Evaluation Of Martens
Chapter III
Results
This chapter provides a critical, analysis and evaluation of Martens, A., Sainudiin, R., Sibley, C. G.,
Schimel, J., Webber, D. (2014) research on how Terrorist Attacks Escalate in Frequency and
Fatalities Preceding Highly Lethal Attacks. The combined information extracted from Martens, A.
et al. (2014) article and Muhlhausen, et al. (2011), generated by the Heritage Foundations website
will provide support and establish the foundation for this research on the violent criminal behavior,
its co relation to terrorism the potentiality of violence in the streets of America. This chapter will
attempt to establish that social issues (legal or illegal) that could be committed by either national or
transnational immigrants, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Section One
According to Muhlhausen, D. B. et al. (2011), on September 10, 2001, the name of Osama Bin
Laden became a very well known name in the intelligence community. He had directed various
attacks against the U. S. through his al Qaeda terror network. Add to his repertoire the 1993 WTC
and 1998 U. S. embassy bombings in Africa. Although the intelligence community (IC) was fully
aware of his existence and his potential threat to commit transnational terrorism , policy makers and
the IC were limited and inadequate to meet this single foe of America.
The 9/11 attacks, and the subsequent publication of The 9/11 Commission Report in short, drew
significant attention to the nation s intelligence failures and lack of a framework for preventing,
preparing for, and responding to acts of terrorism. The conversation on terrorisms continues to play
a significant role in discussions related to the very definition of terrorism. Additionally, it was also
tasked with determining the extent and severity of the threat, and the best methods for stopping
future attacks. Muhlhausen contends that in many ways, the U.S. has taken this information and
acted on it drastically reforming the federal effort on homeland
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Analysis Of Using Tribe And Tribalism By David Wiley
In Using Tribe and Tribalism : to Misunderstand African Societies, David Wiley discussed the
problems using the words tribe and tribalism to classify African societies. Wiley argued throughout
his article the problems of creating ethnic labels among African societies. Various African groups
of people are different in their culture, ideas, customs, practices, and dialect. However, many
African societies were classified and labeled as tribes rather than being understood differently. Each
African society had and has today its own unique customs and practices. These customs and
practices were seen abstract and obscure to many social scientists and scientists of the 19th century.
During this time we see the rise of evolutionary
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Political, Social and Economical Impacts on the 2010 World...
FIFA World Cup South Africa 2010:
The Social, Economical and Political Impacts
Communication: Outcome 2 Summative Assessment
Graeme Boyle
November 2010
Table of Contents 1.Introduction3 2.Overview of the Event3 2.1 Social impact4 2.2 Political
Impact5 2.3 Economic impact6 3.Conclusion7 4.References8
1. Introduction
The FIFA World Cupis one of the largest sporting events in existence, happening every four years
in different country across the world. As with any other major event a windfall of social, political
and economic impacts that affect the host nation can be seen.
This report has been requested by Caroline Patterson and Mark Hetherington on the social, political
and economic impact of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Crime and violence have been minimal, the stadiums have been lauded, the crowds have been
happy, the foreign visitors are impressed, the logistical challenges have been overcome and the
nation is basking in global praise. The impact the World Cup has had on the reputation of South
Africa is clearly illustrated here, the World believes that this nation is capable of handling major
events and has the political power to move forward.
2.3 Economic impact
Any major event will create an increase in the economy surrounding it, through tourism,
development and other contributing factors. The World Cup 2010 generated a huge amount for the
South African economy, estimated to be around ВЈ3.3 billion. A report by UBS Investment
Research predicted build up to the World Cup would add between 0.5% and 2.2% to South African
GDP and created more than 300,000 jobs, this would be 2.7% of total employment.
FIFA requires all stadiums hosting World Cup games to be state of the art and of high quality
with executive boxes. South Africa had to invest over $1.5 billion into building five new stadia
and improving a further five more. For the purpose of the World Cup this was a good investment,
but looking into the future the stadia will ultimately put a heavy burden on the South African
Football Associations financial budget. With the average attendance of a premier league game in
the 2009/10 season being 8,000, it will be near to impossible to gain the annual $10million
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Pneumocystis Essay
1.What is PJP?
PJP stands for Pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia which is caused by a fungus called Pneumocystis
jiroveci. This fungus is found in the environment and many people have already been exposed to it
at a young age; however, if the person is healthy then he/she will not become sick. In a person with
a weakened immune system, Pneumocystis jiroveci can cause a lung infection making it an
opportunistic infection. https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/000671.htm 2.Differentiate between
HIV positive status and AIDS.
HIV is a virus. AIDS is a condition or set of symptoms that can develop in a HIV positive person
after a prolonged period of time. You can have HIV and not have aids, but if you have AIDS then
you must also be infected with HIV. Because HIV is a virus, it can be passed from person to
person but AIDS cannot. When a person becomes infected with HIV, the virus begins to attack their
immune system and render it weak. Over time the immune system can no longer fight off diseases
that it once could which can eventually lead to developing AIDS. Symptoms for AIDS can vary
from person to person depending on the opportunistic infection in which they have acquired. ...
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What is the significance of the purplish spots over K.D. s neck and arms?
K.D. most likely has developed Kaposi sarcoma (KS) because of the presence of the purplish
lesions on his neck and arms, a fever, and a lung component causing him SOB. KS is a very
common cancer seen in HIV patients. Symptoms of KS include brown/purple lesions on the neck,
head, arms, and legs accompanied by edema in the legs, weight loss, tooth pain or loss, night
sweats, or a fever lasting over 2 weeks.
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What Is James Paul Gee Identity As An Analytical Lens For...
In the article Identity as an Analytical Lens for Research in Education James Paul Gee builds up his
thesis based on the idea of a person being identified in a certain setting, can change at every instant,
and in every context, and is controversial and never static. Gee is trying to infer the idea that the
dynamicity of one s identity is very dependent on the reaction to a certain encounter in a particular
circumstance. Gee mentioned the point that identity is ambiguous and unstable. In my opinion the
society is our identity constructor. And the variance of its element (i.e. human being) can make it
easily unstable. Every person has identity which is made up of different variables, contributed by
the society. Being the dependent
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Analysis Of The Poem Casting Into The Unknown By...
16 Reflection paper #2
I saw the glistening sunlight enhanced the silky fabric that cascaded the Earth around us, while
the frigid dew and vigorous winds dampened the air. Despite my pervious exposure to the Hudson
River during our first walking trip, standing in the dock allowed me to absorb the beautiful
landscape and gives me a different experience then looking at maps. I can only imagine what was
going through Harry Hudson s and Giovanni da Verrazzanos mind as they stumbled upon this
estuary. The water completely fascinates people, including myself, and like our assigned class
reading Casting into the Unknown by Marcelo Gleiser, the author alludes to the ocean as a
representation of his collective identity, sense of freedom and mystery. But most importantly,
water is a symbol of a portal into the unknown. After reading the article, I am able to relate it into
our FBL activity and our class discussion. In my opinion, the water in the Huston river, represents
a portal into the past. The same breathing taking sight I saw would ve been similar to that sight in
the 1800s. Although the water way has significantly reduced over time, the Houston river is one of
the physical connection that bridged me to the past and see what it was like.
As we learned in class, the Lenapes were one of the native American tribes that were the first
settlers in New York. I want to be able to link the Lenape s way of life and how they survived off
the landscape. Historically, works of
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The Case For Christ By Lee Strobel
Introduction
Award winning journalist, Lee Strobel wrote The Case for Christ to retrace and expand his
journey toward becoming a Christian. Strobel once declared atheist, and now Christian, shares
how he began to look upon the Bible and God. As an atheist, Strobel lived the life of selfishness
and only worried to please himself. When his wife began to go to church he wasn t very pleased
until after he saw the positive and attractive change in her. This is the start of his curiosity and
investigation about Christianity. To relate with his wife he decided to study about this and attend
church services with her. Strobel interviewed thirteen leading scholars who defended their views
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126). Next, Strobel writes about his interview with Bruce Metzger concerning the reliability of
the text in the New Testament. Since the original books of the New Testament was lost, how do
we know that the copied text is identical to the memo? According to Metzger, the more often you
have copies that agree with each other, especially if they emerge from different geographical
areas, the more you can cross check them to figure out what the original document was like (p.
76). Also, Strobel asked Metzger why some books weren t included in the New Testament and his
response was that the church did want to portray such pictures of Jesus in the canon, that the church
only wanted the New Testament to contain only the best historical stories of Jesus. The next
scholar interviewed was Edwin Yamauchi. He was asked about additional biblical proof that
confirms the New Testament but he was not very convincing. The question for Strobel s fourth
interview was whether archeology increased or decreased the New Testaments reliability. Three
New Testament statements are entirely unsupported by archaeology. First, the three hours of
worldwide darkness during the crucifixion (Mark 15:33). Second, the resurrection of the saints, and
their following appearance to many in Jerusalem (Matthew 27:52 53). Finally third, Jesus burial in
the tomb.
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Payroll System Essay
INTRODUCTION Did you ever wonder why in every company there is a need to have a
system? Do you imagine an organization without any planning program? Since then, in every
company a system is one of the ingredients of their success and capacity to give services. Payroll
System is one of the fundamental needs of a company. Payroll is the sum of all financial records
of salaries for an employee, wages, bonuses and deductions. In accounting, payroll refers to the
amount paid to employees for services they provided during a certain period of time. Payroll plays
a major role in a company for several reasons. From an accounting point of view, payroll is crucial
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Statement of the problem: The study intends to make a web program that deals with the
improvements of other payroll system that currently exists. Specifically, the study intends to
answer the following questions: 1. What are the other features that could be added in a typical
payroll system to enhance its function? 2. What is the advantage of having an online payroll
system? 3. What are the casualties that we may encounter in this system? 4. Is there a greater
probability that it is easier to access in an online system? 5. If you failed to remember your
username or password to log on in the system are there other ways to retrieve it? Objective of the
Study Choosing and implementing a payroll system is a major undertaking for a company, mostly
when the company is up to speed in getting salary for the employees. There is a tremendous
amount of staff time as well as money invested in selecting, implementing and maintaining the
payroll system. It is a never ending cycle as well. Once the system implementation is complete, all
the bugs are finally worked out, and the system is running smoothly, it is time to begin installing
and upgrading.The objective of the Online Payroll System is to pay the correct employees, with
the correct pay at the correct time and to accurately check the time record of the employees, to
check the late and absences of the employees,
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Moon Landing Conspiracy And Its Effects On The World Essay
Moon Landing Conspiracy
The United States and Mankind have gone on to do many amazing feats that were once though
impossible. However, nothing comes to be quite as amazing as the Apollo 11 mission that landed
the first men on the surface of the moon. At the time this act caused widespread celebration, and
cheer. Over the years some people started to doubt the legitimacy of what occurred on that day
back in 1969. These people came on to form the basis of the moon landing conspiracy theory. A
theory that states that the United States never landed on the moon and the United States faked
the whole thing in order to say they won the space race against the Soviet Union and increase
moral during the time of the Cold war. Some of the core arguments that form the Moon landing
Hoax conspiracy are that the mission would have been too dangerous with the technology we had
at the time. They disregard any footage from the event, believing that NASA and the US
government created a fake set in an undisclosed location and used special effects to make the
footage seem more believable. All of the claims made by these hoax believers can be refuted with
science and common sense, and that is what this paper sets out to do.
The Apollo missions were huge efforts that required thousands of scientists, workers and
contractors to come together. So how is it that thousands of people can come together to create
what was a fake mission without one person coming forward and leaking the fact that all of
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A Report On Tesla Model 3
The big automotive news since the beginning of this month has been all about the Tesla Model 3,
the next vehicle coming from America s electric car manufacturer.
On March 31, Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled a prototype of the compact sedan and immediately
tens of thousands of people placed $1,000 refundable deposits on a car that won t arrive until late
2017 at the earliest.
By late last week, the so called pre orders (advanced orders) totaled 325,000 and included early
adopters from around the world. That s a staggering number of people demonstrating interest in a
car some believe will help make electric vehicles mainstream within the next few years.
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Specifically, range anxiety, an important detriment to consumer consideration, will be largely
alleviated thanks to improvements in battery technologies.
In fact, GM promises 200 miles of range for the Bolt or about twice the distance of the Nissan
Leaf s current limits. Similarly, the new Tesla will deliver a projected 215 miles of electric
driving. That both vehicles are priced in the $35,000 to $38,000 range is important too with
federal and state incentives available to qualified buyers, the two models may parallel the cost of
buying a similar gasoline powered model.
Electric VehicleProviso
Before we become all giddy about electric vehicle mainstreaming it is important to note one highly
significant caveat the range numbers are realized when an electric vehicle is operated in optimum
weather conditions, such as at 77 degrees Fahrenheit. At the extremes, especially in sub freezing
driving, vehicle range may fall dramatically.
For instance, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) found that fuel economy for hybrid
electric vehicles ...can drop about 31% to 34%... under extreme conditions. Given that hybrids and
electric vehicles share similar battery componentry, that 200 mile range may fall to 130 miles.
That s still better than the range limits for today s crop of mainstream electric vehicles, nevertheless
it is a constitutive matter that should not be easily dismissed.
On Closer Inspection
As for the Chevrolet Bolt, what we
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Religion Is A System Of Belief
JAINISM RELIGION
Religion is a system of belief in spiritual beings and practices observed by a group of people,
institutions, churches, codes related to sacred things (Horton, 1960). The world has numerous
religions with different set of beliefs and perspective. Majority of these religions are centuries old
and have a wide following in different parts of the world depending on their origin. Jainism is one of
these oldest religions in the world that have survived to date with a huge following in Asia
especially in the Indian subcontinent (Roy, 1984). The religion has undergone numerous
transformations with the most recent based on the influence of the western religion and
colonization in the southern Asia region where it was mainly practiced. With Jainism being in the
Dharmic family of Religions, it is known that the Jainism religion is focus on the believing that we
are reincarnated over and over again, making not just progress in each life, but proceeding with
making each life more perfect and never going backwards, until once reaching that form of
perfection. In which, in Jainism is known as, Siddha . Jains believe in making progress, through
much effort to learn and mature throughout their lifetimes. Regarding in having an extremely high
tolerance for learning, their libraries are known to being one of the oldest within India and have the
highest rate in literacy in any of the other Indian religions.
This paper explores the Jainism religion on the mythical, ritual,
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  • 2. My Barroom Observation In lieu of having the opportunity to measure a tall object, I decided that it would be interesting to know the height of my barn because it was never identified. There are few steps to finding how tall an item is, however, it is quite difficult to be completely accurate with the objects that I utilized. First, I needed to build a clinometer with a straw, protractor, and string, which was used to find the angle of elevation. The angle of elevation is the angle formed by a horizontal line and a line of sight to a point above the line (Rehill), and in this specific scenario, the point is the top of the barn. Furthermore, I then measured the distance from the barn to where I was standing and looked, through the straw, to the top of it. I had to... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Moreover, the answers that I got are reasonable because they do not seem too small and they are quite average for an one and a half story building. Nevertheless, the height of the barn might be inaccurate because errors could have a drastic impact on the final answer. To illustrate, the measurements are the basis for the whole entire problem by reason that trigonometric ratios place primary importance on them, so, therefore, if they are incorrect, then all of the resulting numbers will be wrong. I struggled with obtaining the appropriate angle measurements because I had problems with pinching the string at the correct place and viewing the necessary spot through the straw. Also, if the calculations were amiss, then it would produce false numbers, which causes the final answer to be off due to the legitimate figures not being incorporated. I had a problem with this also as I did not set up the correct equations at first, which would give me faulty calculations and, consequently, mess up my final answer. However, I quickly figured out that my equations were incorrect, so, therefore, I did not experience any problems attributed to that exact reason. Another problem that I faced was with building the clinometer itself due to the protractor being attached to a geometric template and not aligning the straw correctly, but I just used my protractor as there was no effect and I figured out how the straw needed to be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 4. London During The Industrial Revolution London, the capital of the Industrial Revolution in the 1750s, created textile factories that increased the demand for labor, urbanization, population and food supply. This led to a migration of people into the cities and away from rural areas to look for work. At this time, London had a laissez faire economic system where the government did not interfere with private property meaning that it was free from regulation. Therefore, private slaughterhouses were all around the city to provide people with fresh meatand for butchers to make a profit. But, slaughtering in London had negative consequences like the smell and traffic congestion causing hazards to the public leading reformers to demand government regulation. In Maclachan s article, The... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One of the state s first actions was replacing Smithfield Market in 1855 with the Metropolitan Cattle Market in the suburbs where it can connect to railway transportations. This proved a relief from traffic congestion in the city with the use of railways that opened a gateway to an increase in country killed meat as opposed to meat from livestock slaughtered in London. This gradual increase in country killed meat was malignant to the butcher s business because it meant less livestock would be slaughtered in the city and less profit. Also, the government realized that public health regulation is needed to protect the people from meat not inspected that could cause fatal diseases because the state is responsible for securing the well being of its people. Hence, the state passed the Buildings Act (1844) and the Metropolis Act (1873) giving power to the state to regulate the slaughtering process and monitor the waste disposal from slaughtering. Thus, after these state actions the relationship between the food and the state is gradually converging under the control of the government. These regulations almost caused the extinction of private slaughterhouses because there was a decrease in private slaughterhouses from 1,500 in 1873 to 455 in 1897. But, the butchers did not give up ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Charles Manson s Influence On Society In almost all lists of famous serial killers, probably the most mentioned among them all is Charles Manson. With more than 35 documented killings and a cult of disciple murderers, Manson has become the living embodiment that the devil walks on earth. But what has made this troubled youth into one of America s feared monsters? Charles Manson was born on November 12, 1934. Named Charles Milles Maddox, he was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, to a teenage mom, Kathleen Maddox. His alcoholic and prostitute mother soon married William Manson but the marriage was short lived. His mother did not want anything to do with the boy and this pushed him to live on the streets and fend for himself. Pretty soon, Charles turned to petty crime to survive. By the time he was in his late teens, Charles was introduced to a life in prison. Charles met a girl in 1955 whom he married and brought with him to California. There, she became pregnant and Charles was back into his life of petty crimes leading him to another time in prison in 1956. The young wife eventually left him after a year. After being released, Charles turned to other crimes such as pimping, using stolen checks and conning a woman of her money. While on probation, he met a prostitute Candy Stevens, who bore him a second child. By 1960, he was arrested for his crimes and was sent to a Washington penitentiary. In prison, troubles never escaped Charles. He once raped a fellow male inmate and he was considered to be safe only when ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. How Did Ww1 Affect Australian Society World War 1 was the first war that involved the majority of the world including Australia. It ran from 1914 to 1918 and was held in various places spread across Europe. Over 60,000 Australians lost their lives which was over 1 percent of the population at this time. As you can imagine, this had a tremendous impact on the home front. The war did contributed a variety of positive and negative influences to the civilian population of Australia. The main aspects that received dramatic changes due to World War 1 were the roles of women, political issues and the Australian economy. The War, did not only effect men fighting, but also the roles of women on the home front. As most men on farms and factories were taken by the Australian Imperial Force,... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Conscription is the idea of compulsory enlistment for a state service, typically into the armed forces. The controversy between pro and anti conscription divided the Australian population during the course of the war. Conscription was mainly supported by those who had never stepped foot near a battlefield. Propaganda played a large role in pressuring men into enlisting. An example of where propaganda pressured men into volunteering for the Australian Imperial Force, is Appendix 1. The motive of this poster is successful as it implies that fathers would be shameful to ignore the plight of women as well as, promoting a sense of guilt. Anti conscription propaganda also depicted or appealed to women. For instance, anti conscriptionists would call a vote for conscription, a blood vote, reminding women they were possibly sending men to their deaths. This strategy of manipulating people s emotions proved to work as in Dec 1917, the 2nd referendum on conscription rejected it. This debate influenced the entirety of Australian society as citizens were bombarded with propaganda and the opinions of others. At the beginning of the war the Federal Government gained great jurisdiction through the War Precautions Act. This was was introduced as commonwealth would need to increase its authority to prosecute war effectively. Along with this, the Constitution was also ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Benefits Of Tpa Outside Standard Treatment Window For... Benefits of tPA Outside Standard Treatment Window for Ischemic Stroke Treatment of stroke, in general and ischemic stroke specifically, in particular, is aone of the most pressing issues in both nursing and medical science today. This is due to the fact that there are very few available treatment options for the various kinds of stroke. Acute ischemic stroke carriesis a prominent medical issue with a high risk of death or morbidity (Kakma, Stofko, Binning, Liebman Veznedaroglu, 2014). Stroke, including ischemic and other types, is recognized, further, as a one of the most prominent leading causes of disabilities (Saver et al., 2015). While cerebral infarction resulting from thrombotic occlusion of brain arteries is the most common stroke type, ischemic stroke is also quite common. Each year ischemic stroke affects over a half million victims in the United States alone;. o Of this group, about 150,000 deaths occur, along with 300,000 victims suffering from any number of disabilities following a stroke (CITE)after the fact. In response to the phenomenon of ischemic stroke, a number of treatments and interventions have emerged. Tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) is widely affirmed in the literature as the most effective treatment of ischemic stroke at the present time (CITE ). This intervention, while effective, carries many question risks.marks, however. It is not well understood, for example, how long after ischemic stroke onset that tPA intervention is effective ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Overpopulation Is Not The Problem Overpopulation is Not the Problem As we sailed into the new millennium, humans crossed a threshold never before witnessed in our species. We flew past the 6 billion mark in number. This is an impressive figure, but not one that we can easily appreciate, unless we are Bill Gates or ExxonMobil. Let s try to understand how incredibly large this number is. Consider that this article has ~9000 letters. Thus, it would take more than 650,000 copies of it to produce enough letters to represent all humans. Or, put in other terms, consider that if all the humans were to hold hands side by side, our species would circumscribe the equator nearly 14 times! And perhaps, most horrifying, if we all were to move to Texas (the 2nd largest state in... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Massive starvation, as observed in Ethiopia in 1973 and Bangladesh in 1974, didn t occur because food wasn t available. These famines, and many others, occurred because large numbers of the population didn t have sufficient funds to purchase foods, even though food was available hence a question of distribution not limitation. Current world debts have now reached proportions that developing countries now spend $13 on debt repayment for every $1 it receives in grants (Global Issues) an economic climate that makes it extremely difficult for countries to provide for its citizenry. While some countries, including the United States, store away surplus grain production as a security blanket, many human beings don t get enough to eat on a regular basis. In many developing countries, given its rewarding economic payoffs, large landowners harvest export crops (such as coffee and tobacco) rather than food crops for local people. Also, and possibly most damning to the reading audience, a diet rich in meat requires nearly ten times the land than that of a strict vegetarian s diet. Nearly 40 percent of U.S. land is used for grazing livestock (which accounts for about two thirds of agricultural land). While some of this land is more fit for free range grazing than vegetable crops, much of it would be many times more productive if grains were grown rather than quot;meats. quot; In a very interesting study conducted by the The Union of Concerned ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Analysis Of A News Article On Social Anxiety News article Richards, T. A. (n.d.). What is Social Anxiety? | The Social Anxiety Institute. Retrieved October 22, 2016, from https://socialanxietyinstitute.org/what is social anxiety This article tells all about what social anxiety is. It explains how social anxiety is the fear of going out and being social because of the thought of being judged by everyone around them. Social anxiety is one of the third largest mental health care problems. It has become an even bigger problem than ever before. Our society puts so much pressure on people being perfect and that s exactly what gives people social anxiety they are so afraid to go out and take the chance of being judged because they are worried that they don t step up to societal standards. Its ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Aesthetic Management of a Mesio Labially Rotated Maxillary... Aesthetic Management of a Mesio Labially Rotated Maxillary Lateral Incisor with Type I Palatal Talon Cusp a Minimally Invasive Approach Introduction: Talon cusp is a rare dental anomaly in the shape of the tooth. It is a well delineated cusp like structure projecting from either lingual or facial surface of anterior teeth. The prevalence of talon cusp was reported to be between 1 to 8% [1,2]. Hattab et al [3] classified talon cusp into three types based on its size as Type I (Talon / true talon) extends at least half the distance from cemento enamel junction to the incisal edge Type II (Semi talon) extends less than half the distance from cement enamel junction to the incisal edge and Type III (Trace talon) enlarged or prominent cingula and their variations like conical, bifid or tubercle like. Palatal talon causes functional discrepancies like occlusal interference, periodontal problems due to excessive occlusal forces and temporo mandibular joint pain where as a facial talon creates unaesthetic appearance. Treatment of talon cusp should be as conservative as possible depending on clinical problem encountered. We present esthetic correction of palatal type 1 talon on a mesio labially rotated maxillary left lateral incisor. Case Report: A 20 year old female patient reported to the Department Of Conservative Dentistry with a chief complaint of unpleasant appearance of an upper front tooth. Medical history was noncontributory. Intra ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Lysistrat Greek Mythology Essay Andrew Turner Lysistrata Paper 1 Greek Mythology September 8, 2016 Introduction Lysistrata, written by Aristophanes, takes place during a time period when men dominate. This play brings up the battle of the sexes in a humorous way. In the play Lysistrata brings women from areas like Greece and Sparta that were involved in the Peloponnesian war to talk about her plan to end the war. Lysistrata s plan was for all the women from the different lands to with hold sex with their lovers until the men decide to sign a peace treaty. As the play goes on the men begin to desire affection from their lovers and because the woman are withholding sex is sparks anger from the men. But, throughout the play there is little to no physical contact. For the most part the arguments that the men and women have are verbal yelling/ singing back and forth. For example, the men talk about smoking the woman out, but the women have water with them to put out the fires if need be. As the women continue to withhold sex, the war dwindles down and the men begin to give up. The men eventually realize that, because of Lysistrata, they shouldn t be fighting anymore. They should instead divide up the land and end the war. Part 1 Throughout the play there are many mythological references, mostly to gods and goddess in a form of worship. For example, Adonis, figure 1, in the play is shown being worshiped by the women. Poor Young Adonis! (Lysistrata 321). The Adonis myth shows recurring ideas that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Science Technology Essay Science Technology company case After reviewing the financial forecast from Science Technology Company and Semiconductor industry market situation, I concluded that 30% annual growth is not feasible, optimistic growth forecast is 15% .Because world semiconductor shipment kept growing, but not just semiconductor market but electronic products market was also dominated large market by Japanese manufacturers. If the company carried on with the same profit/cost structure, the company s ROA would be 5% more or less in next 5 years, EPS would be 0.44 0.97 and stock price would goes down to less $10 less $20. I can assume that there is no additional stock issuance. As of 1984, the ROA is 5.6%, EPS 0.57 and stock price $13 $37. 1. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Major semiconductor market was in Japan (more than 50%). Japanese semiconductor supplier dominated Japanese market due to its exclusive market structure and started to increased market shares in US market, but US supplier could not do so. 3. Demands for testers from Semiconductor customer Higher speed to go into manufacturing a new design products required more testability. To find out detective/reject before mounting on the board, to spot early production stage and ATE increased its presence in production. Sales in total ATE $359 (1978) to $1.6billion (1984) 28% /year growth, expected $4billion in 1988 at 26% compound annual growth rare. 4 .Growth driver гѓ»More semiconductor was built in more electronic products and its shipment kept growing гѓ»Labor rate increase required automate testing operation to reduce labor cost. гѓ»Specialization, work division due to more complexity and high cost to develop semiconductor device tester гѓ»Improvement of testing technology and tested devices change гѓ»After inflation settled, interest rate decreased and corporate income tax would reduce from 46% to 34% in 1986 to stimulate more investment. гѓ»Semiconductor agreement between Japan and USA due to lobbying and US government put pressure to Japanese government to open Japanese market. гѓ»National project SEMATECH started to recover the position in semiconductor market. гѓ»Plaza Agreement in 1985 allowed weak US dollar and advantaged export increase. 5. Business ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Nurses Are Constantly Facing Health Risks Nurses are constantly facing health risks every day they are at work. I feel as a student with goals set to become a nurse I should be fully aware of all the things that could potentially go wrong. I want to make sure I am knowledgeable about the nursing field, because I never would have thought injuries happen as often in the field of nursing today compared to decades ago when there was less machinery. The Department of Labor s Bureau of Statistics (BLS) explains that surveys show 35,000 back injuries happen every year among nurses and are severe enough to prevent going to work (Zwerdling, par. 9). Zwerdling writes about a nursegetting injured on the job while lifting an overweight patient. She damaged a disk in her spine while lifting... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She later found out the popping noise she heard further damaged her spine (par. 2). Back injuries are the most common injuries among nurses. Nursing employees get their back injuries from the number one cause of lifting their patients. The article explains how lifting a patient is harmful no matter what way it is performed. These injuries prevent young nurses from continuing their career (Zwerdling par, 13). A nurse is susceptible to musculoskeletal injuries which can affect them physically and mentally. Musculoskeletal injuries are injuries affecting the body s movement (Gropelli 297). An example is back injuries, happening in roughly 52% of nurses (Gropelli 297). Back injuries are one of the most important injuries to be careful of. Nurses are being restricted by injuries causing them to be pushed out of work. It affects them mentally, because they can easily become stressed out about not being able to work which leads to loss of money. Musculoskeletal injuries severely affect nurses and the hospitals. The hospital is affected, because they are losing their staff due to all of these injuries that could be prevented (Gropelli 301). Because of these injuries and risks, younger nurses must leave the field well before retirement, which will lead to a nursing shortage. The older nurses, which make up 51% of all nurses, are at a higher risk of injury due to lack of updated training and physical limitations. According to Patricia Finch ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Constitutional Law Vs Federal Law The U.S. Constitution is the supreme law of the country that establishes the 3 branches of government executive, legislative and judicial. Constitutional law establishes the framework that gives the legislative body the ability to establish laws. It also serves as a protection of our fundamental rights, by not allowing government to overreach its authority. Each of the 50 states is sovereign with its own executive, legislative and judicial branches. This allows each state to maintain its individuality and govern its people accordingly. However, should a conflict between state and federal law arise then the Supremacy Clause, found in Article VI of the Constitution, states that state laws must yield to federal acts. Legislative law determines ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Securing A Software System Is An Invaluable Standard Essay Software Security Engineering Nicholas Kyte 2 Securing a software system is an invaluable standard 29 focus on the business need and cost reduction, but still 1 I. INTRODUCTION 27 focus on the business need to complete the project in a 28 more cost efficient way. Complex software designs often 3 when it comes to software design, and is often taken for 30 need a certain level of security to avoid possible tragedy. 4 granted when designing software. Software systems are 31 Software designers should consider security in complex 5 becoming more complex, which in turn makes software 32 systems along with the tools to use when designing a 6 design and security more complex. Software design 33 system. 7 tools can help secure a system by preventing possible 34 Developing a software begins by defining the re 8 attacks and covering the ground where attacks might land 35 quirements for the customer s need and finding value 9 within the system. Software design tools used during the 36 for the business. In order to turn the requirements into a 10 software engineering process enhance the way software 37 workable product, there needs to be a way to intelligently 11 designers research, develop, and implement software. 38 analyze the requirements in order to bring it to life. 12 Design teams affect the entire software development 39 Software design tools help analyze the problem, develop 13 process and often revisit phases of the process using 40 a scope of the project, and determine how ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Discovering an Authentic Leader The purpose of the study was to determine how people can become an authentic leader. Over the years, studies were conducted to establish the characteristics and personalities of an ideal leader. However, researchers failed to develop a clear idea of an authentic leader. In addition, in the past five years people had developed a deep distrust of leaders. Consequently, after people read Authentic Leadership: Rediscovering the Secrets to Creating Lasting Value by Bill George, they wanted to know how they could become and remain authentic leaders. So, a research team was sent out to answer this question. As a result, researchers concluded that people life stories is what developed them into a great leader. To begin with, Discovering Your Authentic Leadership , is a review article which covers the basis on how to become a leader. When conducting the research, researchers interviewed 125 leaders between the ages of 23 to 93. These leaders were chosen based on their reputation for authenticity and effectiveness as leaders, as well as recommendations from other leaders and academics. The groups included both men and women of different race, religion, ethnicity, and social backgrounds. In addition, these leaders varied from CEO s, profit and nonprofit leaders, midcareer leaders, and young leaders just starting out. After, interviewing and analyzing researchers discovered that these people did not identify with the universal idea of what makes an authentic leader. On the other ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Carter Godwin Woodson s Life Carter Godwin Woodson was born on December 19, 1875, in New Canton, Virginia. In 1892, he became a coal miner in Fayette County, Virginia. While he was a miner, he decided that he would rather go to school than do hard, back breaking work. He soon decided that would continue his education. At age 20, he entered high school and graduated in a matter of only two years. In 1900, he was elected to be principal of Douglass High School. After being principal of Douglass High School, he still wanted to continue his education so he soon set off and went to college. Carter loved going to school but he went to college part time because he was too busy to attend the university full time. Apart from being a student, he was also a historian, a publisher, and an author. Carter flew easily through college, and very soon after he got his bachelor s degree in literature from Berea College. Carter didn t quite get his fill so he decided to study at a different university, the University of Chicago. He soon earned his Master s degree from the University of Chicago. He later earns a doctorate degree from Harvard University. Woodson used his talent of being inspirational and a good teacher to teach youth. Woodson, the son of former slaves, was an amazing man in his own right. Since his family was too poor to send him to school as a child, he taught himself the basics of a school education. Woodson was the second black man in history to earn a doctorate degree ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Fm Rouge Research Paper Empirically, the Khmer Rouge regime, from its conception in 1975 to its fall in 1979, supremely, holistically, and irreversibly overthrew Cambodian society. As a hard line communist movement defined by fundamentalist socialism the Khmer Rouge, under leader Pol Pot, attempted total social reconstruction and evolution. Envisaging a Cambodiawithout inequality and equal distribution of wealth, the Khmer Rougeimplemented its aims of isolation and departure from Western capitalism through oppressive technique; in seeking a better nation, the movement indeed destroyed the ideological and philosophical integrity of Cambodia s political system, economic structure, and social fabric. Primarily, the Khmer Rouge aimed in an economic sense to revitalise the national economy under the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A major aspect of the economic impact of the Khmer Rouge was the widespread establishment of agricultural cooperatives, or a pointed process of collectivisation, which completely changed the dynamic of the Cambodian labour force and also the inherent means of production, distribution, and exchange. The working population was separated into three forces who were assigned to different aspects of the economy which were all based in advancing agriculture, be it actually producing food or developing infrastructure to supplement it. All were expected to work 10 12 hour days and labour conditions were generally subpar with harsh discipline and poor hygiene. In a similar fashion to achieve economic independence in the communism model the Khmer Rouge abolished all private ownership, leading to neglected industrial sectors and a sever deterioration in the functionality of the tertiary industry. The essence of the economic implications of the Khmer Rouge is evident in, again, Red Brotherhood at War . We are building socialism without a model... there is no money, no commerce . The economic approach of the Khmer Rouge was fundamentally flawed. Isolation and hard line ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. The Recurring Theme Of Death In The Raven By Edgar Allan Poe Edgar Allan Poe s works have a recurring theme of death. Both the raven and the mask of red death follows the theme. Both the raven and the mask of the red death Poe uses vivid imagery to develop the theme of death. First The Raven includes vivid imagery to demonstrate the certainty of death. Deep into the darkness peering.. And the only word that is spoken was the word Lenore. The speaker is peering into the darkness and hopes that his wife has returned. But whose violet lining with the lamp light gloating o er she shau press ah nevermore. He is talking about Lenore who s in the chair. My soul from out that shadow that lies floating on the floor shall be lifted nevermore. He is sort of thinking of death when he says my soul is floating on ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. The Universal Commercial Code, Banks, and Fraudulent Activity What happens when a bank accepts a check with a forged endorsement? Who suffers the loss? Who is liable? Where can these answers be found? Check fraud law is governed by Articles 3 and 4 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). The National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws and the American Law Institute created the Uniform Commercial Codein a joint effort. It took over ten years to originally draft the UCC, and a further fourteen years for the UCC to be implemented across the country. The creation of the UCC began in 1940 in an effort to attack major commercial problems with comprehensive legal solutions The UCC allows commercial organizations to do business across jurisdictional boundaries with confidence because these... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It seems that the company does not think it feasible to try to recovery their loses from employee, Lisa Leslie, and therefore goes after the bank for allowing her to steal from them. Is the bank at fault? Does the bank have an obligation to their customers to protect them from fraudulent activity? In short, yes. Customers trust banks to do just that. In this case, the bank did what it was supposed to do. The court held that a corporate resolution given to the bank and a signature card gave the officer authority to endorse checks for deposit to the account, and to draft checks from the account, so the bank was not liable for conversion. These documents were unambiguous. The resolution and signature card clearly let the officer act for the company regarding the account, including withdrawing money and endorsing checks for deposit. The fact that she was not specifically designated as an officer in the resolution was irrelevant. Her acts did not violate the authority the resolution gave her, and whether she violated company policy related to her abuse of authority, not a lack of authority. The bank was not liable for such abuse. Given her authority, nothing put the bank on notice of her illegal activity, so the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Tectonic Faults Faults in our plates Corona heights was a trip to remember it was a wonderful discovering actual faults and sediments in San Francisco; it was honestly my favorite trip. The objective of this trip was to discover rocks and how they were formed, describe tectonic plates, and how what could have caused the faults. We discovered rocks and hiked to different faults were we got to touch observe and describe them, as well we got to look at weathered rocks and sediment. In figure one in the packet you can see where we went to, corona heights, and see all of San Francisco; it also shows the geological setup we were looking at, also as well all over San Fransisco as well. Figure six is map of Corona Heights that shows how to find sediments and rocks,... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The thrust fault in figure one, the faulting is less resistant to weathering landscape and faulting blocks are more resistant. Some topographic variations in the city are they create hills and valleys, the fault zone is easier to form valleys. What causes the hills and valleys in San Fransisco are thrust faults, weathering, and rock types, are the major cases. Chert and sandstone are associated with the hills and valleys. As seen in the photos I took durning the trip you can see the fault line and how the two plates have slipped, and the line is shift to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Impact of Advertising on American Society Essay examples Impact of Advertising on American Society American society has changed drastically over the past years and some people say advertisements reflect the society that we live in now. Advertising in our society encourages unhealthy habits, focuses in on our weaknesses and leads us to believe that we are materialistic. Advertisements can also change our vision of reality and makes us believe the impossible. Advertisements use sexual and racial stereotypes to help sell their products. People in our society encourage the commercials that demonstrate these things, like focus in on our weaknesses. A recent commercial I just saw advertising for Pizza Hut uses sex and famous people to promote their product. The ad was introducing their new ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is the same old pepperoni pizza or sausage pizza as before, but it is in a different form or shape. People like new and different things. Also, with this new pizza, it makes it a lot easier to order a pizza for a family that like different toppings. It is convenient for families to just order one pizza rather one that is half anchovies and the other half extra cheese to satisfy all the family members. The easier it is, the better it will be. This is how our society thinks and wants things to be, easy and simple. So this pizza is new, but it doesn t necessarily mean it will taste better. Television commercials are not the only form of advertising. There are many more types of methods to advertise. An advertising method that restaurants often used is games and prizes, like You won 1 free Pepsi! to advertise, so more people will buy their product. A game that has been held every year for some time now is McDonald s Monopoly game. People buy McDonald s food to receive Monopoly game pieces. It works like the regular game of Monopoly. Some people are lucky and get all pieces except one or two, so they will go to McDonald s to get fries every day hoping to get that last winning piece. The participants are not buying the food every day because the food is fantastic, but they buy the food to play the game. People in our society just want to be winners, to win prizes and things they cannot afford ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Brief Summary Of The Story Bean Si Bean si means woman of the hills in Irish. The Irish woman of the hills is a banshee. A banshee is known to foretell a death, whether it be yours or someone you love. She is not violent but surely very terrifying. She will not hurt you but her haunting cries will surely petrify you. She appears in mainly one form but can appear in other forms as well. Often a tall, thin middle age woman, a bansheeshould be considered a monster not because of her intentions, but because of her purpose, to foreshadow your or someone you love s death. A banshee is often a towering, bony woman. She is known for her penetrating, fiery red eyes that have come from centuries of weeping. She is most often seen clothed in a green dress with a hooded grey cloak draped over it. A banshee is known to have long, very light hair. The majority of the time, the banshee appears as a tall, wiry middle age woman, but she can also appear in other forms. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... If several banshees appeared, it was to signify that someone great or divine was to die. Sometimes the tale told that this woman, even though she was called a fairy, was a ghost who died by murder or had passed away in childbirth. In American folklore, tales of a banshee were heard in the late 18th century. The most heard stories are from North Carolina. In these accounts the banshee is simply a ghoul, not a sign of misfortune. Some descriptions are from South Dakota. These say that the banshee was known to wail on a hill near Watch Dog Butte. This version of the legend also doesn t relate her to any foreshadowing of death. There are different chronicles of the banshee coming from other Celtic cultures. In Scottish mythology, a comparable creature is recognized as the bean nighe and is seen washing blood stained clothes or the armor of those about to die. In Welsh fables, a very much alike being is known as the Hag of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. The French and Indian War and the American Revolution At a surface level, historical accounts of The French and Indian War and the American Revolution are presented as wars between two sides: The British versus the French and the British verus the Americans, respectively. In each war the aforementioned opposing sides held the most crucial roles in each battle that these wars lead to. However, in this essay I will argue the crucial role of allies of each victorious side and how they were incredbily useful to the defeats of the British in the wildnerness in 1755 during Braddock s defeat and in Yorktown, Virginia in 181 durng Cornwallis s defeat. Discussing the former, I will argue the importance of the Native American s as allies to France and with the latter, the significance of the French as allies to the Americans. The aim of this essay is not to argue that without their allies, the French and the Americans would not have won the battles but that because they did have these allies, their victories occured faster, easier and with less conflict that if they had fought without allies. Braddock s defeat in 1755 occured during the French and Indian War which involved British and French armies battling for land possession in North America. The commander of British forces in America, General Edward Braddock, was to lead 2,200 British troops to capture Fort Duquesne in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Heavily outnumbered by British troops, the French army were not in a position to defend Fort Duquense without help, nor would they have even ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Christian Reflection Paper Christian Tradition course exposed me to the Christian Tradition based on Biblical and church history. The course taught me the differences and similarities of Christian Tradition from other major world religions. I learned about the significance of God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit and the Trinity based on the teachings of the Bible. The course also briefly covered 2,000 years of church history but with emphasis on the impact of the Council of Nicea, Council of Chalcedon, and John and Charles Wesley on Christianity. The professor emphasized the importance of the reformation that sparked a revolution in the church. The course began by distinguishing Christianity from other major world religions both in similarities and differences. Major ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The role of the son or Jesus is the savior and teacher. The role of the Holy Spirit is the empowerer and evangelist. All these roles combined equal a mystical element that describes the Trinity or another name is Godhead. To understand the Trinity, God is the sun that shines while Jesus is the rays of the sun and the Holy Spirit is the warmth that is felt from the sun. All personalities are equal and combined together called the Trinity. The role and purpose of the Church is to create a community of people who believe in the same faith of God. The Church is a foundation of the faith in God. The Church allowed people to unite on common grounds and follow the words of God. The place of worship made people feel accountable because they were in it together. The Church raised the importance of prayer and spirituality because that is how one communicates to God. The Church emphasizes fellowship, dedication to the faith, selflessness. The Church gives power to the Christian people because they are a group and not individuals anymore. One of the most important events in church history includes the Council of Nicea. The First Council of Nicea happened in 325 and involved the first gathering of Christian bishops and the Roman Empire not as enemies but as allies. The bishops wanted to solve the dispute over Arianism. Arianism is the belief that Christ was more than human but something less than God. Arianism taught the people that Jesus ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. William Wright s Statue Of Friendship When walking through the quad here at ISU, William Wright s bronze sculpture Hand of Friendship (1967) is one of many that will never go unnoticed. The position and realization of an actual hand in which it depicts resembles great artistic ability and effort. My initial impression was positive because it helped me realize one of many things that this university stands for friendship. There are plenty of students who may sometimes feel left out or friendless on a daily basis and this statue speaks great value. To me, it gives a sense on welcoming and acceptance for all considering that thousands pass through the quad every day. It also shows the values of this particular class in 1967 half of a century ago which still stand to this day. As mentioned previously, the structure and design of this sculpture exposes the time and effort put into the creation. The color which is a very dull green reminds me of the Statue of Liberty, a famous work of art that we ve talked a great deal on this semester. Originally, the Statue of Liberty was brown because of the amount of copper used to make it, but eventually transformed to a dullish green consequently through the processes of aging and weathering. I don t ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I can honestly say that I am proud to attend a university that stands of such values, not many do let along show and advertise it in such a way. No pun intended, I feel that there has been plenty of students who have used this sculpture as a confidence booster perhaps high fived or shook it as if it were an actual hand throughout their day. In today s society these kind of things are needed considering the terrible things that occur such as massive shootings and thoughts of suicide. I believe that sculptures with this kind of message and real life structure should be placed on all campuses throughout ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Health Information Technology And Medical Malpractice... Health Information Technology and Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Liability Introduction Health information technology (HIT) has become a growing phenomenon in the past sev eral years. Healthcare providers, organizations, policymakers, and patients all share a similar vi sion of a healthcare system powered by information technology. These visions stem from the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act of 2009, which authorizes grants and incentives to promote the use of electronic health records (EHRs) by pro viders. In the past couple of years, with the implementation of HIT and EHRs, the healthcare field has had an increasing amount of medical malpractice lawsuits. Unfortunately, with technol ogy advancing more rapidly causing medical professionals a difficult task in identifying and ad dressing medico legal issues before they occur. Therefore, healthcare teams are in need of con sidering how to fix the underlying problems of HIT in order to ensure malpractice lawsuits do not continue to happen in practice. Area of Improvement According to resources and information, Health Information Technology needs to contin ually be re evaluated as to support organizations in the event of, or to deter, medical malpractice lawsuits. Medical malpractice lawsuits can be an expensive, long term, and a defeating process for all parties. Unfortunately, healthcare providers have to continue to carry malpractice insur ance, as these lawsuits can be costly not ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Why Is The Summer Of The Beautiful White Horse Crazy The Summer of the Beautiful White Horse(Essay) Do you think Mourad is crazy, I feel there is evidence to prove that he is but ways I could defend him for his decisions. After all he is merely a child, correct? Do you think that you should just be quiet about your problems and let them go? Again with Mourad there are many good reasons that you should, but some situations it s not a very logical decision, and I will be explaining why in this essay. In a way I feel Mourad is crazy, mostly because of how he answers questions and the ways he thinks. He thought that he did not steal the horse but simply borrowed it without permission for a long period of time. He also thought that it was okay to lie to the farmer to buy them time to ride it more, even when inspected he denied it, and thought that fooling an uneducated person was a good idea. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I myself as a teenager would know that sometimes we make some odd decisions and wonder why in the world we did what we did. Well near the end of the story he does feel some sympathy and starts to realize that what he did was wrong, so maybe he isn t crazy. I do however feel that the people in the story have it all wrong in a sense, people nowadays always try to find new ways to communicate with animals, and he is just naturally gifted with the art of taming animals. So he might not be crazy, but a kind of genius people never thought to think ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Church Ministry Essay The history itself of the decree on the ministry and life of the priests is an extensive one and difficult to summarize. The possibility of having just a disciplinary decree dealing with practical matters of ministry and spiritual life was considered, but the conciliar fathers gradually became more aware of the need to say something in regards to the priests, something comparable to what the Council had said about the bishops and the laity. That is to say, the decree would have to refer to the doctrine, but they realized this a bit too late to make major changes. The last date for rejection of De Vita et Ministerio Sacerdotali was October 19, 1964, there was only one more session of the council remaining at this time. In a little over a... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Starting from Christ to the apostles, and from the apostles the bishops, at the request of 124 priests. However, this was not sufficient and did not satisfy those loyal to other ways of understanding the priesthood, especially the French school. In distributing the first amendment to the text of the first draft of Presbyterorum ordinis, just after acceptance of the amended text as the textus recognitus, the archbishop FranГ§ois Marty summarized the discrepancy of views: As to the specific nature of the ministry and life of the presbyters. In this case, two conceptions have been expressed which seem to differ at first sight. One of them insists more on the consecration of the priest worked by the sacrament of Orders, and on the personal union of the priest with Christ, who is the source of sanctity and spiritual effectiveness. The other conception, however, insists on the mission of the priest, a mission which he receives from Christ through the sacrament: that is, the priest, since he becomes an assistant to the Order of Bishops, acts in the person of Christ for the edification of church. Fact is, both conceptions bring to light an aspect of great importance in the ministry and life of the presbyters. Therefore, the commission will be careful to show how both conceptions harmoniously combine and are in fact completed, so that they go together in the unity of the priestly ministry. Nonconformities followed with the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. The Effects Of Organized Sports On Children Organized Sports are Good to Children As the time pass, and as the technology is advancing rapidly, the tradition of playing outside is diminished rapidly. Many people are concentrating on their electronic devices in ages early as three. Sports is the most effective way that children can express their joyful and brilliance. It prepares children with advantages of physical activities, confidence, and enjoyment. Participating in organized sports when kids are young arise the greater results. There are several reasons to support that organized sports are good to children. First, organized sports are good for children because it improves social skills. Kids who are participating in team sports have full of confidence. According to Gary R. Collins who writes the Spotlight or stress, This is especially uncomfortable and stressful when other people expect us to do one thing, when we fear that we can t do what is expected, and we think that our inability may cause us to lose respect in the eyes of others. ((( ))) Since everyone is not perfect, sometimes they can win or lose the games. According to Collins, Acceptance is a third divine characteristic of success. ((( ))) At the beginning they can be afraid of losing, but it is good opportunity to have ability of accepting. They will have challenging mind and sense of purpose with more passion through experiencing many competitions. They will have high self esteem and will be full of confidence by victories that they challenge ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Lululemon Case Analysis Essay Lululemon Athletica, Inc. Created by: Kelsey Davis GBA 490 901 March 21, 2014 Table of Contents Executive Summary To: Laurent Potdiven Chief Executive Officer Lululemon Athletica Inc. This report has been created with the intent to analyze the athletic apparel industry with a specific focus on Lululemon Athletica, Inc., further refered to as Lululemon. In this report you will find that the strengths and weaknesses of Lululemon s current strategies and future goals are analyzed and compared to that of its closest competitors. In conclusion to the analysis, recommendations have been made to potentially guide Lululemon Athletica, Inc. in a positive direction in regards to its future endeavors. The following... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the athletic apparel industry, as in any industry, it is key to stay in touch with the current trends in order to keep your products relevant. With Lululemon focused on such a niche activity it will be important that they explore other markets within the sports apparel industry in the future so as to stay relevant. We can see the company s first steps in doing just this when they recently introduced their men s apparel line. A summary of the athletic apparel industry s external environment are listed in Exhibit 1. Driving Five Forces Lululemon faces constant competitive pressures from the five main driving forces: rivals/competitors, new entrants, substitute products, suppliers bargaining power, and buyers bargaining power.( Thompson, Peteraf, Gamble, and Strickland) Below is a detailed analysis of the competitive forces noted in Exhibit 2. The rivalry among existing competitors is strong. It is becoming increasingly harder to develop new and unique products based solely around a small niche activity. There are only so many aspects of yoga that can be explored and that products can be developed to accompany. Although Lululemon was the first, new competitors are seeing the profit to be had in this niche market and are entering with the goal of creating new more creative strategies to compete with Lululemon and take part of their large market share. (Morning Star) The threat of new entrants is moderate. Although this niche market is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Johnny Tremain Comparison Johnny Tremain by Esther Forbes and Johnny Tremain by Disney were both different, yet they were the same in some ways, too. There were no extreme changes, in terms of the plot. Some things, although, were left out of the movie that were in the book. The book definitely had more information and detail than the movie. In this essay, I will be talking about the character differences, Mr. Lyte, and the concept. I prefer the book, but I recommend the movie, also. One extreme change was that there was no Dove, Isannah, or Pumpkin in the movie. Dove was a very important character. He gave Johnny a cracked crucible on purpose when Johnny was breaking the law on Sunday. Johnny did it to finish a sugar basin for John Hancock in the book, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Northern Ireland Diplomacy does not happen overnight, and the true tale of hardship and bickering over Northern Ireland is proof of that. Ireland and England failed to agree on who held the power of Northern Ireland for over 30 years until the Good Friday Agreement, a form of diplomacy between the countries, took place. Before that time, many soldiers and innocent citizens of Northern Irelandlost their lives. Religious fights broke out between Catholic and Protestant residents. Political figures from countries like Wales and the United States came together to help put an end to the bitter relations of the European countries (Delaney). After many years of hard feelings and failed attempts at bringing peace to Ireland and England, the countries came... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... After one year, the death toll was 300, and after 10 years the number of people who had been killed from the fighting was a gruesome 1, 932 (Holland 196). Many of the victims were innocent people who were not partaking in the fights in any way. The killers of these innocent people were never caught or punished (Graham). After several years of fighting Jack Holland expressed what he was witnessing as there has already been much crying about Northern Ireland (Holland 1). Even the governments were aiming their weapons at each other. The Irish RepublicArmy killed a British soldier, creating a substantial amount of tension between the two countries (De Breadun). When the end neared, Ulster Defense Association ceased to be an armed paramilitary group. They had been responsible for many deaths over the years (Delaney). Several political figures from all parts of the world were brought together over the ordeal concerning Northern Ireland. During the early 1990s, British Prime Minister John Major worked with Ireland s Ahern to achieve peace between them. All attempts at peace failed overall. United States President Bill Clinton worked with Ireland, Britain, and Northern Ireland to acquire the peace they were hoping for (Graham). It was not until Tony Blair became Prime Minister that things began to fall into place. Britain s George Mitchell held the skill and patience necessary to help Northern Ireland peace talks lead to the Good Friday Agreement. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Developing Causeway Bay Into A Tourist Attraction Spot The government, in the lights of the trend of international trades, prioritized development in certain suburban area, developing Causeway Bay into a tourist attraction spot that contain multiple fancy shopping malls and tourists sites, setting it apart from neighbor suburban areas like Wan Chai which is considered to be a more underdeveloped location with large elderly and poor populations. Under the government s policy, Causeway Bay developed in a way that makes it more compatible in the global market and attracts foreign companies with high traffic of consumption. Resulting in the rapid and dramatic rise of rent in the shopping areas, Causeway Bay was ranked as the world s most expensive for the second year in a row, after overtaking New York s Fifth Avenue in 2012 (Straus, 2013). Local businesses cannot sustain and operates in such fashion and were forced to close down, which delivered a heavy blow to the local businesses development. Local citizens can t advance on the social ladder with their own establishments, rather, their income can t pay off the expenses. But the cost of it wasn t only urbanization, it also answers to the vast and immense growth of interactions with the Chinese. Chinese corporate invests in different lands and businesses, changing the culture and pattern of consumption. The products produced in the market were targeted to catch Chinese consumers attention, like the production of gold iPhone and communication application WeChat being ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Ee Cummings Dbq Analysis Have you ever read a E.E Cummings quote but do you understand it what it s trying to mean or saying. For example, To destroy is always the first step in any creation. E.E Cummings wrote this quote. E.E Cummings was born in Cambridge,Massachusetts in 1894, he was a famous painter and poet . How does E.E Cummings use vision and hearing to create meaning? To begin, E.E Cummings uses visual techniques to grab attention. In Doc A he uses spacing and also put letters one by one per line, but sometimes he puts two letters on a line. For an example le he used spacing, and put the letters two per line for the poem falling leaf . In Doc B, he also uses spacing, and likes to scramble the words.For example rpophessagr which the word is a grasshopper. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Research Paper On Violence In Sports Violence is defined as the use of excessive physical force, which causes or has obvious potential to cause harm or destruction to an individual. Violence in sports comes in many forms, and divides into social and cultural factors related to the sport ethic, gender ideology, the dynamics of social class and race, and the tactics used in sports. Violence in sportshas gone too far because sports violence has become so severe in sports, that players are injured each years. However, in sports some violence has become entertaining for the fans and fans would begin their own violence around with other fans that support opposing teams to win. The violence in sports can cause severe casualties from collisions to concussions that may result in long term mental or physical damage. There are many casualties of violence and collisions/concussions in professional sports. The first common type of violence is body contact. The brutal body contact includes physical practices common in certain sports and accepted by athletes as part of sport participation. Examples of brutal body contacts in sports are collisions, hits, tackles, blocks, body checks, and other forms of physical contact that can produce injuries. In the NHL a hockey player on ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The fan taunts during games and players expect to ignore taunts. However, the following example is completely opposite. The players did not ignore when the fan taunted. In a basketball game during the 2005 NBA season, there were three NBA players on the Indiana Pacers who fought with the fans during a game with the Detroit Pistons, after a fan hit a player with a cup of alcoholic beverage and ice had thrown from the stands. The fans are being interactive towards the fans and the fans should not disrespect athletes because the athletes achieve as they play games and the fans do not achieve anything at all except just watching the game ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Car Dealers Page 1 of 13 NEW AND USED AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY: AN INDUSTRY PROFILE sic # 5511 Ronald C. Rice, BBA University of Cincinnati College of Business Administration Spring 1990 TABLE INDUSTRY AND BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CONTENTS Trends Affecting the Industry.........................1 Current State of the Industry.........................3 The Legal Environment.................................4 Industry Problems.....................................4 Franchise Opportunities...............................6 Current Trends........................................6 New Technology........................................7 SMALL BUSINESS FACTORS Startup Information...................................8 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example, local new car sales fluctuated greatly just in the two years between October of 1987 and October 1989 [SEE EXHIBIT 6]. The average net profit before taxes in 1979 was approximately 2.5% of sales. By 198l that number had dropped to 1.16%. and 4000 dealerships had folded. By 1987, however, profits reached a high of 2.16% of sales. In 1989, with profit before taxes at a dismal 1.3% of sales and falling, the shadow of a recession in car buying loomed dark and ominous. The average gross profit as a percent of sales also indicates a bleak outlook [SEE EXHIBIT 5]. In 1988 the top 100 megadealers in the U.S. controlled nearly 13% of total new car sales. It is estimated that if current trends continue, up to 25% of those megadealers will go out of business (Spinella, 1988). Current State of the Industry The new and used car industry in the U.S. is composed of 25,5OO dealerships owned by 17,800 dealer principals, quite a change from 28,350 dealerships owned by 25,100 dealers in 1979 [SEE EXHIBIT 2]. The recession of the early 1980 s prompted a number of more stable dealers buy those dealerships which were in financial trouble. Currently, nearly half all dealerships are a part of a chain of two or more dealerships, and nearly 20% are part of a chain of four of more dealerships. The total industry sales in dollars in 1988 (the most current available data) were $303,235,000,000. In terms of unit sales, the approximate number of new vehicles sold ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Persuasive Essay On Tree Stump Are you a new homeowner trying to improve the looks of your yard by removing trees? If you ve recently had one cut down in your yard, were you left with a stump that s getting in the way of your landscaping plans? Although you may be tempted to pull the stump on your own, tree stump removal is not usually a good do it yourself project for new homeowners. Here are some reasons why you should hire a professional company to take care of the procedure for you: Time: Digging a stump up and pulling it out of the ground can take a long time, even if the stump doesn t appear to be large at ground level.. Even a relatively small tree trunk could be hiding a massive root system. Many people may assume that tree stump removal will only take a couple hours, only to find out that the root system is much larger and more... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Safety: Getting a stump out of the ground can be extremely dangerous for an inexperienced person. For example, even if you re experienced with towing vehicles with your truck, you may run into difficulties iff you attach a chain to the stump and try to yank it out. The chain may snap suddenly, causing the vehicle you re using to lurch forward abruptly. Hiring a tree stump removal company will allow you to stop worrying about causing injuries or damages. They are familiar with the proper safety equipment and also know how to remove the tree stump without danger to people or property. Money: Tree stump removal can be costly, if you do it yourself. If you don t have the necessary equipment, you may have to rent a chainsaw, purchase a heavy saw or obtain equipment that you don t already own. Additionally, your inexperience could result in damage to your vehicle or property. On the other hand, if you hire a professional company, you will know beforehand exactly what ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Whole foods case study Essay November 27, 2013 HRM 598 Case Study Introduction Whole Foods Market, Inc. is the largest chain of natural foods supermarkets operating in the United States. Whole Foods has six core values that drive its company and they include; selling the highest quality natural and organic products, satisfying and delighting customers, supporting their Team Members (Whole Food Employees) happiness and growth, creating wealth through profits and growth, caring about the communities and our environment, creating win win partnerships with their supplies and promoting the health of their stakeholders through healthy eating education. The company operates stores in 26 states of the US and in the District of Columbia (Whole Foods Market, 2010). Whole ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Although Whole Foods has various departments in the stores, having distinct job requirements makes it easier to group/classify jobs into a predetermined grade. What I mean by this is that a Team Member in the Bakery has the same basic skills and knowledge as a Team Member in Meat, although the responsibilities may differ from bakery to meat, the overall responsibilities and qualifications in the jobs are exactly the same. Providing excellent customer service and maintaining the departments that they work in are just two of the responsibilities that come to mind. Having a varying pay scale based on the person s position in the hierarchy is something that is almost a given, but it doesn t make one person or position more important than the other. According to their own company website Whole Foods seek individuals who believe in their mission of Whole Foods, Whole Foods, Whole People, Whole Planet people who are enthusiastic about food and our products, and who want to join a culture of shared fate (WholeFoodsMarket.com). With that being the companies mission statement individuals who work for Whole Foods understand that they are valued and with the training and development programs that are offered they can be promoted to a higher level with the experience, knowledge and skills they have obtained in their positions. Evaluation of Job Descriptions After looking over the job descriptions for the Whole Foods ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Jem Bravery In Lord Of The Flies Throughout the novel, Jem s definition of courage shifts over time, indicative of his maturing personality. As the story begins, Jem s superficial idea of courage reveals his immature nature, as his ignorance defines his judgement. At the start of the novel, Jem s idea of bravery is simply touching the side of the Radley house, and then only because In all his life, Jem had never declined a dare. In this instance Jem has an urge to boast about his masculinity, in the form of a perceived bravery. However, contrary to what Jem thinks, this act of couragemerely supports his innocence as he is yet to experience the real plight of society and the true courage which comes with that. With Jem s lack of understanding, Harper Lee criticises the traditional... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... While facing a long lasting fight with her addiction to morphine, Ms Dubose s effort to kick this habit reveals her true fortitude during a dark time for her. Atticus is one of the only characters who acknowledges this bravery as he tries to show Jem what real courage is. Once again Atticus attempts to teach the Children the importance of perseverance, not the traditional, masculine and southern idea of bravery. Lee s inclusion of Ms Dubose s courage is also critical of the stereotypes during the civil rights movement. After being introduced as a horrible witch like figure, Ms Dubose is eventually seen as the bravest person [Atticus] ever knew. Through her tremendous courage, Ms Dubose defies her original stereotype as Lee attempts to picture her dying in goodness. In doing this, Lee criticises the stereotypes of the 1950 s. Despite not directly linking to the situation of Ms Dubose, the prejudice toward the African American society, merely based on an uneducated, common belief, is denounced as Lee introduces her society to a women who defies her preconceived image through a tremendous amount courage. Lee uses Ms Dubose to demonstrate not only a new idea of bravery but to characterise the faults in society s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Who Is Douglas Bader A Hero Anyone can give up, it s the easiest thing in the world to do. But to hold it together when everyone else would understand if you fell apart, that s true strength. (Douglas Bader Quotes). These words were spoken by Douglas Bader, a World Word II hero and British pilot. The atrocities and hardships WWII presented had a lot of people wanting to give up, but Douglas Bader did not believe in giving up hope. Douglas Bader wasn t just any old pilot trying to encourage others, either. This man was faced with a very difficult challenge early on in his life, for he lost both of his legs in a flying accident (Douglas Bader 1). Even though he could have given up right then, he decided to help his country and the world in their time of need. Bader strived to help Great Britain and the Allies and became a herofor many. Douglas Bader has left a long lasting legacy that has inspired myself and many others. Through Douglas Bader s life story, involvement and heroic efforts in the war,... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A college journal reported on one of his boxing matches saying, Bader in his usual no time to spare manner went straight at his opponent and knocked him out with two very hard rights. He took about the same time as he did last year, and is a very dangerous man to meet. (Douglas Bader: Fighter, Pilot). Aside from sports, Douglas Bader seemed to be a natural at flying. After Cranwell, Bader was assigned to No. 23 Squadron at Kenley, where he flew the Gloster Gamecook. He performed in the RAF display at Hendon, in 1931, which showed his strong suit in aerobatics (Douglas Bader: Fighter, Pilot). A picture shows Bader standing with Flight Lieutenant Harry Day and Flying Officer Geoffrey Stephenson to his right in front of a plane. They made up the No.23 Squadron s aerobatics team for the 1931 Hendon display (No. 23 Squadron s aerobatic team for the 1931 Hendon display ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Hamlet Strengths And Weaknesses Strength is essential to overcome obstacles, however people in similar circumstances may have disparate decisions, leading to various outcomes and consequences. In spite of all challenges, discouragements and impossibilities; strength distinguishes a strong soul from a weak one. Through the literatures of William Shakespeare, Miriam Toews and Lawrence Hill, it is evident that ethics and morality play an important role in affecting decisions of the main characters. Assuredly, Hamlet, Naomi and Aminata, participate in situations where their courage is tested to its fullest, impacting their fate; for the better and for the worse. Despite bearing cultural and periodic differences, Hamlet by William Shakespeare, A Complicated Kindnessby Miriam Toews and The Book of Negroes by Lawrence Hill all demonstrate judgements that enrich and destroy the lives of the protagonists and of those around them. Firstly, Hamlet in Hamlet shows dreadful judgement by consuming himself in revengeance, resulting in his own downfall. Hamlet becomes obsessed with avenging his uncle, King Claudius for murdering his father, King Hamlet. As a result of this, corruption takes hold of Hamlet s life, in which it becomes full of hatred, reprisal and bloodlust. Hamlet questions himself of which act is more noble. Is it more noble to suffer from the wrong deeds that one has done onto another or if it is more noble to end the suffering by fighting? In this soliloquy, it is clear that Hamlet is torn between ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. An Open System Of Energy Due to modern innovations such as globalism, radio, computers, the internet et cetera, most countries across the world have faced a dramatic increase in consumption. As these countries experience, exponential population growth, the enormous demand for Energy consumption, and unprecedented global economic growth, the increase requires that most modern countries face hardly surprising. However, these requirements lead to most countries facing the issue of sustainability. In the 1987 Bruntland report, researchers defined sustainability as development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. (Our Common Future 1987). This definition receives some criticism by scientists ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Some examples of social sustainability include empowering marginalized groups and ensuring high rates of social mobility in all communities. Economic sustainability consists of maintaining a healthy and stable economy to ensure prosperity for future generations. As economic issues tend to marginalized members of society, Economic and social sustainability tend to overlap with each other regarding initiatives. For practices that promote social sustainability include advocating and promoting policy change in which benefits the people, contributing to the lives of others, and investing in social capital that improves the lives of other individuals. As economic factors can lead to social issues in society, such as fair wages and income inequality, social and economic sustainability tend to overlap. Environmental Sustainability is defined responsibility using natural resources in a responsible way to ensure that immediate demands do not affect future generations. Examples of environmental sustainability include using renewable resources vs. nonrenewable, using resources that create the least amount of waste possible while maximizing energy output. Such as global warming, depletion of the ozone layer and reductions in biodiversity threatened sustainability Due to increasing economic constraints, nuclear power is a solution to sustainability without a drastic change in society. Although ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Essay On Stop And Frisk Gun violence has been a great issue in America throughout the years. Although there are many procedures and regulations that attempt to keep gun control in effect, it has not been enough to completely rid unlawfully owned weapons and its violence. One of these procedures is known as stop and frisk, which means to stop a person and thoroughly pat down their outer clothing if the person is suspected to be armed and dangerous. This procedure is often used by police officers when attempting to confiscate illegal weapons. But many question if stop and frisk alone is an effective and acceptable way in dealing with America s problem of gunviolence. Since problems such as gang violence, assault, robbery, and overall crime usually involving guns are still occurring today, it is believed that stop and frisk isn t an effective... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Even though it could have some effect, there are many different aspects that should be considered about the stop and frisk procedure. Aspects to consider would be the consistency of stop and frisk, as well as its outcomes, thoughts and views of the civilians, and even the police officers. Changes and additions to the stop and frisk procedure needs to occur if law enforcements wants to rid the streets of illegal weapons. Wilson says in his article, But if we are serious about reducing drive by shootings, fatal gang wars and lethal quarrels in public places, we must get illegal guns off the street. We cannot do this by multiplying the forms one fills out at gun shops or by pretending that guns are not a problem until a criminal uses one (128). Wilson makes a great point in this piece of his article, saying that forms, regulations, and written rules won t effectively stop gun violence, but action will. But the actions law enforcement makes towards the civilians should have precision and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. A Critical Analysis And Evaluation Of Martens Chapter III Results This chapter provides a critical, analysis and evaluation of Martens, A., Sainudiin, R., Sibley, C. G., Schimel, J., Webber, D. (2014) research on how Terrorist Attacks Escalate in Frequency and Fatalities Preceding Highly Lethal Attacks. The combined information extracted from Martens, A. et al. (2014) article and Muhlhausen, et al. (2011), generated by the Heritage Foundations website will provide support and establish the foundation for this research on the violent criminal behavior, its co relation to terrorism the potentiality of violence in the streets of America. This chapter will attempt to establish that social issues (legal or illegal) that could be committed by either national or transnational immigrants, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Section One According to Muhlhausen, D. B. et al. (2011), on September 10, 2001, the name of Osama Bin Laden became a very well known name in the intelligence community. He had directed various attacks against the U. S. through his al Qaeda terror network. Add to his repertoire the 1993 WTC and 1998 U. S. embassy bombings in Africa. Although the intelligence community (IC) was fully aware of his existence and his potential threat to commit transnational terrorism , policy makers and the IC were limited and inadequate to meet this single foe of America. The 9/11 attacks, and the subsequent publication of The 9/11 Commission Report in short, drew significant attention to the nation s intelligence failures and lack of a framework for preventing, preparing for, and responding to acts of terrorism. The conversation on terrorisms continues to play a significant role in discussions related to the very definition of terrorism. Additionally, it was also tasked with determining the extent and severity of the threat, and the best methods for stopping future attacks. Muhlhausen contends that in many ways, the U.S. has taken this information and acted on it drastically reforming the federal effort on homeland ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Analysis Of Using Tribe And Tribalism By David Wiley In Using Tribe and Tribalism : to Misunderstand African Societies, David Wiley discussed the problems using the words tribe and tribalism to classify African societies. Wiley argued throughout his article the problems of creating ethnic labels among African societies. Various African groups of people are different in their culture, ideas, customs, practices, and dialect. However, many African societies were classified and labeled as tribes rather than being understood differently. Each African society had and has today its own unique customs and practices. These customs and practices were seen abstract and obscure to many social scientists and scientists of the 19th century. During this time we see the rise of evolutionary ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Political, Social and Economical Impacts on the 2010 World... FIFA World Cup South Africa 2010: The Social, Economical and Political Impacts Communication: Outcome 2 Summative Assessment Graeme Boyle November 2010 Table of Contents 1.Introduction3 2.Overview of the Event3 2.1 Social impact4 2.2 Political Impact5 2.3 Economic impact6 3.Conclusion7 4.References8 1. Introduction The FIFA World Cupis one of the largest sporting events in existence, happening every four years in different country across the world. As with any other major event a windfall of social, political and economic impacts that affect the host nation can be seen. This report has been requested by Caroline Patterson and Mark Hetherington on the social, political and economic impact of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Crime and violence have been minimal, the stadiums have been lauded, the crowds have been happy, the foreign visitors are impressed, the logistical challenges have been overcome and the nation is basking in global praise. The impact the World Cup has had on the reputation of South Africa is clearly illustrated here, the World believes that this nation is capable of handling major events and has the political power to move forward. 2.3 Economic impact Any major event will create an increase in the economy surrounding it, through tourism, development and other contributing factors. The World Cup 2010 generated a huge amount for the South African economy, estimated to be around ВЈ3.3 billion. A report by UBS Investment Research predicted build up to the World Cup would add between 0.5% and 2.2% to South African GDP and created more than 300,000 jobs, this would be 2.7% of total employment. FIFA requires all stadiums hosting World Cup games to be state of the art and of high quality with executive boxes. South Africa had to invest over $1.5 billion into building five new stadia and improving a further five more. For the purpose of the World Cup this was a good investment, but looking into the future the stadia will ultimately put a heavy burden on the South African Football Associations financial budget. With the average attendance of a premier league game in the 2009/10 season being 8,000, it will be near to impossible to gain the annual $10million ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Pneumocystis Essay 1.What is PJP? PJP stands for Pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia which is caused by a fungus called Pneumocystis jiroveci. This fungus is found in the environment and many people have already been exposed to it at a young age; however, if the person is healthy then he/she will not become sick. In a person with a weakened immune system, Pneumocystis jiroveci can cause a lung infection making it an opportunistic infection. https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/000671.htm 2.Differentiate between HIV positive status and AIDS. HIV is a virus. AIDS is a condition or set of symptoms that can develop in a HIV positive person after a prolonged period of time. You can have HIV and not have aids, but if you have AIDS then you must also be infected with HIV. Because HIV is a virus, it can be passed from person to person but AIDS cannot. When a person becomes infected with HIV, the virus begins to attack their immune system and render it weak. Over time the immune system can no longer fight off diseases that it once could which can eventually lead to developing AIDS. Symptoms for AIDS can vary from person to person depending on the opportunistic infection in which they have acquired. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... What is the significance of the purplish spots over K.D. s neck and arms? K.D. most likely has developed Kaposi sarcoma (KS) because of the presence of the purplish lesions on his neck and arms, a fever, and a lung component causing him SOB. KS is a very common cancer seen in HIV patients. Symptoms of KS include brown/purple lesions on the neck, head, arms, and legs accompanied by edema in the legs, weight loss, tooth pain or loss, night sweats, or a fever lasting over 2 weeks. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. What Is James Paul Gee Identity As An Analytical Lens For... In the article Identity as an Analytical Lens for Research in Education James Paul Gee builds up his thesis based on the idea of a person being identified in a certain setting, can change at every instant, and in every context, and is controversial and never static. Gee is trying to infer the idea that the dynamicity of one s identity is very dependent on the reaction to a certain encounter in a particular circumstance. Gee mentioned the point that identity is ambiguous and unstable. In my opinion the society is our identity constructor. And the variance of its element (i.e. human being) can make it easily unstable. Every person has identity which is made up of different variables, contributed by the society. Being the dependent ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Analysis Of The Poem Casting Into The Unknown By... 16 Reflection paper #2 I saw the glistening sunlight enhanced the silky fabric that cascaded the Earth around us, while the frigid dew and vigorous winds dampened the air. Despite my pervious exposure to the Hudson River during our first walking trip, standing in the dock allowed me to absorb the beautiful landscape and gives me a different experience then looking at maps. I can only imagine what was going through Harry Hudson s and Giovanni da Verrazzanos mind as they stumbled upon this estuary. The water completely fascinates people, including myself, and like our assigned class reading Casting into the Unknown by Marcelo Gleiser, the author alludes to the ocean as a representation of his collective identity, sense of freedom and mystery. But most importantly, water is a symbol of a portal into the unknown. After reading the article, I am able to relate it into our FBL activity and our class discussion. In my opinion, the water in the Huston river, represents a portal into the past. The same breathing taking sight I saw would ve been similar to that sight in the 1800s. Although the water way has significantly reduced over time, the Houston river is one of the physical connection that bridged me to the past and see what it was like. As we learned in class, the Lenapes were one of the native American tribes that were the first settlers in New York. I want to be able to link the Lenape s way of life and how they survived off the landscape. Historically, works of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 51. The Case For Christ By Lee Strobel Introduction Award winning journalist, Lee Strobel wrote The Case for Christ to retrace and expand his journey toward becoming a Christian. Strobel once declared atheist, and now Christian, shares how he began to look upon the Bible and God. As an atheist, Strobel lived the life of selfishness and only worried to please himself. When his wife began to go to church he wasn t very pleased until after he saw the positive and attractive change in her. This is the start of his curiosity and investigation about Christianity. To relate with his wife he decided to study about this and attend church services with her. Strobel interviewed thirteen leading scholars who defended their views concerning the historical reliability of the New Testament.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 126). Next, Strobel writes about his interview with Bruce Metzger concerning the reliability of the text in the New Testament. Since the original books of the New Testament was lost, how do we know that the copied text is identical to the memo? According to Metzger, the more often you have copies that agree with each other, especially if they emerge from different geographical areas, the more you can cross check them to figure out what the original document was like (p. 76). Also, Strobel asked Metzger why some books weren t included in the New Testament and his response was that the church did want to portray such pictures of Jesus in the canon, that the church only wanted the New Testament to contain only the best historical stories of Jesus. The next scholar interviewed was Edwin Yamauchi. He was asked about additional biblical proof that confirms the New Testament but he was not very convincing. The question for Strobel s fourth interview was whether archeology increased or decreased the New Testaments reliability. Three New Testament statements are entirely unsupported by archaeology. First, the three hours of worldwide darkness during the crucifixion (Mark 15:33). Second, the resurrection of the saints, and their following appearance to many in Jerusalem (Matthew 27:52 53). Finally third, Jesus burial in the tomb. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 52. Payroll System Essay INTRODUCTION Did you ever wonder why in every company there is a need to have a system? Do you imagine an organization without any planning program? Since then, in every company a system is one of the ingredients of their success and capacity to give services. Payroll System is one of the fundamental needs of a company. Payroll is the sum of all financial records of salaries for an employee, wages, bonuses and deductions. In accounting, payroll refers to the amount paid to employees for services they provided during a certain period of time. Payroll plays a major role in a company for several reasons. From an accounting point of view, payroll is crucial because payroll and payroll taxes considerably affect the net... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Statement of the problem: The study intends to make a web program that deals with the improvements of other payroll system that currently exists. Specifically, the study intends to answer the following questions: 1. What are the other features that could be added in a typical payroll system to enhance its function? 2. What is the advantage of having an online payroll system? 3. What are the casualties that we may encounter in this system? 4. Is there a greater probability that it is easier to access in an online system? 5. If you failed to remember your username or password to log on in the system are there other ways to retrieve it? Objective of the Study Choosing and implementing a payroll system is a major undertaking for a company, mostly when the company is up to speed in getting salary for the employees. There is a tremendous amount of staff time as well as money invested in selecting, implementing and maintaining the payroll system. It is a never ending cycle as well. Once the system implementation is complete, all the bugs are finally worked out, and the system is running smoothly, it is time to begin installing and upgrading.The objective of the Online Payroll System is to pay the correct employees, with the correct pay at the correct time and to accurately check the time record of the employees, to check the late and absences of the employees, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 53. Moon Landing Conspiracy And Its Effects On The World Essay Moon Landing Conspiracy The United States and Mankind have gone on to do many amazing feats that were once though impossible. However, nothing comes to be quite as amazing as the Apollo 11 mission that landed the first men on the surface of the moon. At the time this act caused widespread celebration, and cheer. Over the years some people started to doubt the legitimacy of what occurred on that day back in 1969. These people came on to form the basis of the moon landing conspiracy theory. A theory that states that the United States never landed on the moon and the United States faked the whole thing in order to say they won the space race against the Soviet Union and increase moral during the time of the Cold war. Some of the core arguments that form the Moon landing Hoax conspiracy are that the mission would have been too dangerous with the technology we had at the time. They disregard any footage from the event, believing that NASA and the US government created a fake set in an undisclosed location and used special effects to make the footage seem more believable. All of the claims made by these hoax believers can be refuted with science and common sense, and that is what this paper sets out to do. The Apollo missions were huge efforts that required thousands of scientists, workers and contractors to come together. So how is it that thousands of people can come together to create what was a fake mission without one person coming forward and leaking the fact that all of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 54. A Report On Tesla Model 3 The big automotive news since the beginning of this month has been all about the Tesla Model 3, the next vehicle coming from America s electric car manufacturer. On March 31, Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled a prototype of the compact sedan and immediately tens of thousands of people placed $1,000 refundable deposits on a car that won t arrive until late 2017 at the earliest. By late last week, the so called pre orders (advanced orders) totaled 325,000 and included early adopters from around the world. That s a staggering number of people demonstrating interest in a car some believe will help make electric vehicles mainstream within the next few years. Although Tesla is receiving much deserved press, perhaps the attention should now turn ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Specifically, range anxiety, an important detriment to consumer consideration, will be largely alleviated thanks to improvements in battery technologies. In fact, GM promises 200 miles of range for the Bolt or about twice the distance of the Nissan Leaf s current limits. Similarly, the new Tesla will deliver a projected 215 miles of electric driving. That both vehicles are priced in the $35,000 to $38,000 range is important too with federal and state incentives available to qualified buyers, the two models may parallel the cost of buying a similar gasoline powered model. Electric VehicleProviso Before we become all giddy about electric vehicle mainstreaming it is important to note one highly significant caveat the range numbers are realized when an electric vehicle is operated in optimum weather conditions, such as at 77 degrees Fahrenheit. At the extremes, especially in sub freezing driving, vehicle range may fall dramatically. For instance, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) found that fuel economy for hybrid electric vehicles ...can drop about 31% to 34%... under extreme conditions. Given that hybrids and electric vehicles share similar battery componentry, that 200 mile range may fall to 130 miles. That s still better than the range limits for today s crop of mainstream electric vehicles, nevertheless it is a constitutive matter that should not be easily dismissed. On Closer Inspection As for the Chevrolet Bolt, what we
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  • 56. Religion Is A System Of Belief JAINISM RELIGION Religion is a system of belief in spiritual beings and practices observed by a group of people, institutions, churches, codes related to sacred things (Horton, 1960). The world has numerous religions with different set of beliefs and perspective. Majority of these religions are centuries old and have a wide following in different parts of the world depending on their origin. Jainism is one of these oldest religions in the world that have survived to date with a huge following in Asia especially in the Indian subcontinent (Roy, 1984). The religion has undergone numerous transformations with the most recent based on the influence of the western religion and colonization in the southern Asia region where it was mainly practiced. With Jainism being in the Dharmic family of Religions, it is known that the Jainism religion is focus on the believing that we are reincarnated over and over again, making not just progress in each life, but proceeding with making each life more perfect and never going backwards, until once reaching that form of perfection. In which, in Jainism is known as, Siddha . Jains believe in making progress, through much effort to learn and mature throughout their lifetimes. Regarding in having an extremely high tolerance for learning, their libraries are known to being one of the oldest within India and have the highest rate in literacy in any of the other Indian religions. This paper explores the Jainism religion on the mythical, ritual, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...