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The Theme Of Growing Up In Larry Watson s Montana 1948
In Montana 1948 , Larry Watson uses the character David Hayden to illustrate the theme of growing
up. In the book, David described the summer of 1948 as events that yanked him from his innocence
and his ignorance. With my project I acted as David and wrote journal entries for three pivotal events
that slowly changed David and made him think differently. The first thing I brought up was the
beginning of seeing him grow up. This is when David started getting more sexually aware of Marie
and his Aunt Gloria. He started thinking of them as beautiful which scared him and made him feel
guilty for thinking that way. The second thing I showed is when David started recognizing the true
meaning of evil after realizing that his Uncle Frank, who he thought
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Postconventional Schema
Appendix 1 see James Rest (1974), for the Defining Issues Test. This test has been devised under the
influence of Lawrence Kohlberg s moral reasoning stages, uses a Likert scale to give quantitative
ratings and rankings of issues of five moral dilemmas. The scale constitutes of 12 issues that are to be
rated in terms of importance to the corresponding dilemma and then rank the four most important
issues. The respondent will either score on three specific schemas of moral reasoning: Personal
Interests, Maintaining Norms, and the Post conventional Schema. When a respondent reads an issue
statement that both makes sense to them, as well as triggers a preferred schema, that statement is given
a high rating and ranking. Conversely, when a respondent reads an issue statement that is either
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The Maintaining Norms Schema is considered more advanced than the Personal Interests Schema, as
it emphasizes more than the individual. At the Maintaining Norms reasoning level, law and authority
are important, as each of these helps to uphold social order, which is paramount to this schema. So, a
respondent who is predominantly using this schema will take into consideration what needs to be done
in order to be compliant with the social order of society. Finally, the Postconventional Schema is
regarded as the most developmentally advanced. At the Postconventional reasoning level, laws are not
simply blindly accepted (as with the Maintaining Norms Schema), but are scrutinized in order to
ensure society wide benefit. So, a respondent who is primarily using this schema will focus on what is
best for society as a whole. For example, the Civil Rights movement was a product of
Postconventional reasoning, as followers were most concerned with the society wide effects of
(in)equality. It should be noted that, though an individual may rely more heavily on one of the
aforementioned schemas, moral reasoning is typically informed, to varying degrees, by each of
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The Most First Generation Filipino Americans
San Francisco today is not the same place it was hundreds of years ago. This is obvious in terms of the
city s modernization, but a change that is equally as important, is the huge amount of diversity in
cultures. Chances are, if you were to ask a student at Skyline College if their parents were born in the
United States, many of them would answer no. Every immigrant has their own story of how they
ended up in San Francisco, but the most important are the stories of the very first groups. Most first
generation Filipino Americans hear about the stories of how their families ended up in the United
States, but never the stories of how the very first Filipinos got here. Why did the first group of
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colonial period began and immigration to the States was pushed in many different aspects of everyday
Filipino culture. Another reason for leaving the Philippines was due to the economic problems many
had in the Philippines. America was advertised as the Land of Paradise on posters all throughout the
Philippines, and many labor recruiters assured natives that money could be made quickly in the states.
The first batch of Filipino immigrants who ended up in San Francisco was relatively small and
consisted mostly of students. Travelling from the Philippines to the San Francisco was tough, as it was
expensive to pay for and was a long distance from home. The trip from the Philippines to San
Francisco took nearly a month by ship, meaning their stay would be long term. Those brave enough to
travel to America did so in hopes of living a more prosperous life than they did in the Philippines.
Of the immigrants that arrived in San Francisco, a good number of them ended up relocating to states
with more of a focus on agriculture, where they were responsible for taking care of the fields.
However, there were a number of those who preferred urban life that ended up staying in San
Francisco. For those that stayed in San Francisco, they were situated in apartments around and on
Kearny Street. Larger rooms were provided for those starting their families, and many Filipino owned
businesses began to emerge around where
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The Pros And Cons Of The Korean War
The Korean War caught most in the international community off guard and happened only five years
after World War II had ended. It had been expected that the Soviets would test the West s will and
Korea had been listed as a possible battlefield. However, Berlin, Greece, Turkey, or Iran all seemed far
more vulnerable. The Korean War came as a shock to Turkey, as well. Besides negative impacts, the
Korean War presented the young Republic with several opportunities. Being a UN member and a
recipient of Marshall Aid from the USA, the Turkish government was still in need of improving its
image as a reliable country needed by the Western alliance for maintaining peace and security in the
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At that time the Atlantic Pact members denied Turkey s request, as the European members were
reluctant to expand their commitments to the eastern Mediterranean. They saw the function of NATO
as the defense of Western Europe, which did not include Turkey. Britain wanted Turkey to be the
cornerstone of a Middle East defense plan, which the Britain had been following since the end of the
war. Although the Turkish government had been frustrated by that decline, they made their second
application a week after sending Turkish Brigade to Korea. For the second time, Turkey was not
admitted to the NATO. A year after of Turkish Brigade deployment to Korea in October 1951 North
Security Council accepted Turkey s application and Turkey joined the Alliance in February
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Case Analysis Of Hartalega
1.0 Introduction
1.1 Hartalega s Business Activities and Performance
Hartalega Holdings Berhad was founded by Kuan Kam Hon in 1988. Starting from a one line
operation and now it is developed into a sizeable company with 91 production lines (Hartalega, n.d.).
It engages in manufacturing, retailing and wholesaling of latex and nitrile gloves in Malaysia, rest of
Asia, North America, South America, Europe and Australia. It provides the products for industrial,
healthcare and laboratory markets ( Company Overview , n.d.). The company has 6,600 employees
across 8 manufacturing facilities and it has the ability to produce 30 billion gloves a year (Hartalega,
n.d.).
For the second quarter ended September 2017, the net profit of Hartalega Holdings Berhad increased
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In the evidence, the annual sales growth rate was 14.3% over a period of five years (Hartalega
Holdings Berhad, 2017).
Hartalega has innovated many products and process innovation. Therefore, Hartalega can maintain a
solid client base, and increasing the market share. The sales volume of Hartalega have good growth in
this few years, and also have concentrate to the customer s needs to achieve the new markets. The total
sales volume of Hartalega for the period under review grew by 24% to over 19 billion pieces, of which
nitrile gloves amounted to 93% of the total. North America and Europe were our primary markets;
there are 57% and 25% of rubber glove exports (Hartalega Holdings Berhad, 2017).
Hartalega has the vision to care, share and create the benefit for the environment, community,
marketplace and workplace. Hartalega has the high creativity and innovative in the products such as
inventing the world s first lightweight nitrile glove, and also the first industry use empty oil palm fruit
bunches in the biomass fuel made in production processes (Hartalega Holdings Berhad,
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Area Of Refuge Research Paper
What is it? Area of refuge can be defined as a space that could be served as accessible means of
egress. The distance maximum to an area is in accordance with International Building code that
mentions 6 net square feet per occupant which should be readily available to move across smoke
barrier in fire emergency. Areas of refuge can be separated with 2 hour rating construction. Area of
refuge can have one vertical exit with door to remain unlocked so that it can be served as refuge when
occupied which should be adequate in size. How does it work? The NY Code have mentioned in there
code that stairways along with elevators can be designated to refuge with accessed means of egress.
The building is provided with refuge area equipped with automatic
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Design Presentation Essay
DESIGN DOCUMENTATION
Title of project: Drone
Department of Computer Systems Engineering
FACULTY OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
TSHWANE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
COURESE DETAILS:
COURSE: INTELLIGENT INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS
SUBJECT CODE: IDC30BT
SUBMISSION DATE: 02 November 2016
LECTURER: Mr Muwanguzi
STUDENT DETAILS:
SURNAME INITIALS: Mokone O.P STUDENT NUMBER: 212209376
EMAIL ADDRESS: mokoneOP@outlook.com
CONTACT NUMBERS: 081 474 4801
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION 3
SYSTEMS OVERVIEW 3
DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS 3
ASSUMPTIONS AND DEPENDENCIES 3
Related software or hardware 3
End user characteristics 4
General Constraints 4
GOALS AND GUIDELINES 4
Architectural Strategies 5
System Architecture 5
Subsystem Architecture 5
Detailed System Design 6
DETAILED SUBSYSTEM DESIGN 6
CONCLUSION 6
GLOSSARY 6
BIBLIOGRAPHY 6
INTRODUCTION
This provides the overall guidance to the architecture of the project along with details regarding the
performance, design and interface. The drone helps in lessening human activity in media production,
surveillance and other duties.
The major purpose of this drone is to work as an environment monitor, with added features that
includes photo capturing. It will offer easy, reliable service for monitoring the environment by
recording the temperature/weather readings while taking pictures of the current condition. Our main
objective is to provide good
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Cyanide Overflow Incident At The Baia Mare Gold Mine
Introduction
Cyanide overflow incident at the Baia Mare gold mine in Romania caused the death of hundreds tons
of fish and other animals, contaminated a major European hydrological system (Anke, 2000), affected
the environment, and endangered water supplies in Romania and neighbor countries (Kohl, 2000).
This study reviewed the causes and environmental impacts of the incident, major sources and the
pathways of the cyanide contaminant. Moreover, it summarized the toxicological endpoints in animals
and the interventions to control the disaster.
Baia Mare mine location and incident Figure 1: Source:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/1145000/images/_1146979_rivers300.gif The Baia Mare gold mine is
located in North Western of Romania, near major European hydrological system, nearby Lapus River,
an affluent of the Somes River in Hungary, which is a Tisza River affluent. The Tisza River is a main
affluent of the Danube River, which feeds the Black Sea after Crossing Serbia and edging Bulgaria in
the south and South East of Romania (ME 2000 2008).
On January 30th, 2000 a 25 m length dam of cyanide waste from the Maia Mare gold mine, managed
by Aurul, and was a joint venture of the Esmeralda Exploration, an Australian mine company, and the
Romanian government, overflowed and broke, releasing its pollutants nearby, in the Szamos Lapus
River. The pollution extended to distances over 800 km into other rivers downstream in about 2 to 3
weeks, killing tons of fish,
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The Development Of E Sports
Cheolhyun Choi Renaissance of esports The development of e sports maybe due to game developer s
effort and many supporters however, it is mainly due to celebrities. Out of all e sports celebrities, there
are few celebrities who led to renaissance of the field. Lim yo hwan and hong jin ho, they started to
lead the field by winning numerous amount of tournaments with their incredible skills. Unfortunately,
as the time pass by, people lost their interest on Starcraft, yet esports have not met its end yet.
Nowadays, with new game League of Legend and one of the popular progamer Faker is still leading
the Renaissance of e sports. These celebrities, with their passion and skill in their field were large
enough to influence others to also become passionate of their field and eventually brought renaissance
of esports. Definition of celebrity is very well known to people in 21th century. Celebrities are people
who are extremely popular in their field usually with their unique skill. Celebrities existed from very
long time ago, but came much closer to us every since media has developed. Media made us to know
more about much broad topic and associated people. Most well known celebrities, such as Kanye West
became popular with his music. Musicians, however, were also popular from very old times, on the
other hand, esports have impacted by countlessly by the media. If there was no media, esports could
not survive until today, and could not be successful as today. With media, esports was
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Application Architecture And Software Specifications For...
Contents 1. Exec Summary 3 2. Summary / Review of Old System 3 3. Proposed System Technical
Requirements Specifications 4 4. Hardware / Software Specifications and Cost Analysis 5 5. Design
Plan 7 5.1 Design the environment 7 5.2 Design application architecture and software 7 5.3 Design
system interfaces 7 5.4 Design user interfaces 7 5.5 Design the database 7 5.6 Design system controls
and security 7 6. Component Diagram Design 8 7. Package Diagram Design 9 8. Network Diagram 10
9. Menu Hierarchies and Storyboards design 11 10. Conclusions 11 11. Recommendations 11 12.
References 11 13. Appendices 11 1. Exec Summary This report provides a brief of the existing system
and the possible upgrading options for the Spring Breaks R Us Travel Service. SBRU is currently
providing online booking service to the students who want to travel on their spring break. It has an
existing website through which student can view the resorts located in different part of the country and
can book them accordingly. However, they want to upgrade their current system so that they can
attract more students in coming days. The goal of this report is to find out the possibilities that SBRU
can do to enhance its services between the students so that they will draw the attention of more
students to visit on their linked resorts. This report also focuses on functionality design of the
proposed upgradation that SBRU is considering at the moment. They are planning to add following
features on the
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Grow Spinach Indoors Lab Report
How to grow spinach indoors
Title: Growing Spinach Indoors in Containers
Meta description: Spinach grows easily indoors in containers, provided it has a reasonable amount of
light and is planted in good soil. Click here to find out the details.
Spinach is a cool weather crop which does well growing indoors in containers. However, most
varieties of spinach need the cool temperatures of spring and fall, or they bolt and develop a bitter
taste. When you grow spinach indoors, keep the containers in an area with mild temperatures, and you
will be harvesting tasty and nutritious leafy greens in as little as 40 days.
Selecting an Indoor Site for Growing Spinach
Spinach likes cool temperatures in the range of 50º 80ºF (10º to 27ºC), and this is true even if you are
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Choose an indoor growing site for spinach with at least six hours of sun, or, put the plants under a
grow lamp for six or more hours a day.
Selecting a Container for Growing Spinach Indoors
Full grown spinach plants are not very large, and you can grow one or two plants successfully in 1
gallon (3.8 liter) pots, or you can use a larger container and grow more plants together.
If you are growing your spinach to full size, give each plant a minimum of 6 square inches (15 square
cm) of space in the container. If you prefer baby spinach, you can plant the seeds or [link u=spinach
seedlings]seedling[/link] at 2 to 3 inches (5 to 7.6cm) apart.
Fill the container with a good quality potting mix or garden soil mixed with compost or decomposed
manure, because spinach requires a nutrient rich soil. Be sure your container has drainage holes in the
bottom, and place the container on a water catchment tray.
Caring for Spinach Indoors
[link u=growing spinach]Growing spinach[/link] indoors requires much the same care as growing it
outdoors, except indoors, spinach plants have more protection against pests like slugs and
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Summary Of Nathan Jergenson s The IRL Fetish
In the article The IRL Fetish by Nathan Jergenson, is a powerful essay that demonstrates the idea of
this so called Fetish that we have with technology today. Within this essay Jergenson uses specific
word choice in his essay to strengthen his argument about being connected. He uses quotes from other
speakers and writers to get his points acrossed about this fetish that we have in our society right now.
Finally, Jergenson also talks about the little victories that we have with technology, like logging off ,
and the irrational fear that we have about being disconnected.
Jergenson uses very important vocabulary in his writing of this essay. He uses terms like fetish, digital
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127). He digs at the fact that she has many more experiences then us normal/ middle class people. We
then can infer that he was talking about how some people it s easy for them to disconnect because they
have such a lavish lifestyle to keep in touch with. I also agree with Jengenson argument because not
everyone has a great life, sometimes social media is there escape or safe haven from the troubles and
stresses of the real world. I for one have been guilty of going to the digital world when I m having a
hard time in the real world. By logging on I tend to forget about what happening in the real world and
flock to things that will be the complete opposite of how things are in the real world.
Jengenson also makes a point about how people are proud to be logged off. And I 100% agree with
him. I for one have been guilty of being proud for not using my phone, at things like the being at
dinner table, holidays, and hanging out with friends and family. For the most part I do have my phone
out because sometimes funny things happen to me at dinner or with the family, so it is very hard not to
be tempted to catch something and share it with my friends and family on social media. One week I
went to a leadership camp in the summer and to attend we had to agree to leave all technology at
home, for a full week. Now I know that sounds pathetic but it
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Bbc3 Unit 9 Final Project
12 year old BBC3TV s trust company has approved the plan to make the channel an online only entity.
Due to BBC3TV s failing revenue, the the BBC Corporation will essentially be saving about £30m
($46m) a year. The channel, which was targeted towards the 16 to 34 year old demographic, was
unable to do so.
In its first major decision since Rona Fairhead was appointed as chair of the trust last September, the
regulator recognised the clear long term potential in moving online, but admitted there were clear
concerns about the loss of services to the key age group, as well as the BBC s ability to try out new
ideas and develop new talent.
Alternately, the trust rejected another proposal to launch a new BBC1+1 channel in place of BBC3
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The BBC must also promise to continue taking risks on new talent and ideas of the sort that BBC3 has
been successful in developing .
Under BBC proposals, the budget for entertainment and features such as reality television shows will
be scrapped, while the bulk of the remaining reduced budget of £30m will be spent on drama and
serious factual such as Murdered by My Boyfriend. The budget for personality led entertainment such
as Jack Whitehall and his Dad will be halved, while scripted comedy including series like Cuckoo will
see a 25% budget cut to about £10m. Factual entertainment programme Don t Tell the Bride is to
move to BBC1 as part of the plans.
A letter sent to Fairhead and the BBC director general, Tony Hall, in June organised by two leading
independent television producers and signed by 750 stars, including Whitehall, Olivia Colman, Daniel
Radcliffe, Game of Thrones star Lena Headey and Poldark s Aidan Turner, argued against the plans.
The corporation had intended to replace the BBC3 TV channel with a one hour time shifted version of
BBC1, a move that concerned commercial rivals, branding it a ratings driven
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Is Euthanasia Wrong
An assisted dying law would not result in more people dying, but in fewer people suffering (Selby).
Euthanasia, also known as physician assisted death is the painless killing of a patient suffering from an
incurable and painful disease or in an irreversible coma (Nordqvist). There are many famous cases
involving euthanasia. For example, on April 15, 1975, Karen Ann Quinlan lost consciousness after
mixing alcohol and the drug Valium, restricting oxygen to her brain( Karen Ann Quinlan ). After
several weeks, doctors at St. Clare s Hospital in Denville, New Jersey, say she is in a persistent
vegetative state, with irreversible brain damage ( Karen Ann Quinlan ). In August, her parents asked
doctors to remove their daughter s respirator. This was the first case of physician assisted death.
Another right to die case involved Terri Schiavo. In February of 1990,at the age of 26, Terri Schiavo
collapsed at home and oxygen was cut off to her brain for several minutes (Lynne). More recently, ...
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All doctors take an oath known as the Hippocratic Oath at the beginning of their career stating that
they will do whatever they can for a patient in order to help them, but helping is not always keeping
them alive. Ending a person s life upon request with a purposeful goal is hardly a malicious act,
therefore it is inaccurate to compare euthanasia to murder (Starks et al.). Another issue that many
people see in physician assisted death is that it gives doctors too much power. However, the only
power that it gives them is to fulfill someone s final wishes. Another valid point is that vital organs
can be saved. There is a long list of people that are in need of a kidney, lung, heart, and liver
transplant. However, with physician assisted death the organs can be preserved and be transplanted to
someone who has been long waiting for a transplant (Messerli). Once again, we have to put the needs
of the living before the
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Walter Lee Younger s Characteristics
Walter Lee Youngers Characteristics In the 1920 s, many African American families had left the
southern states and migrated north to Chicago s South Side in search of the American Dream ,
dreaming of freedom, equality, and the opportunity that was supposed to be available to every
American. This American Dream was sought by many African Americans in the U.S. Written by
Lorraine Hansberry and produced in 1959, The play: A Raisin in the Sun, gave readers a strong
meaning about the values of dreams and the struggles in fulfilling them. Unlike other plays that
contain one main character, A Raisin in the Sun consisted of having two main characters: Walter and
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You see, this little liquor store we got in mind costs $75,000 and we figured the initial investment on
the place be bout $30,000, see. That be $10,000 each. Course, there s a couple of hundred you got to
pay so s you don t spend your life just waiting for them clowns to get your license approved., (1.1,
1133). Walter believes that investing in the liquor store, will earn his family a fortune. However, the
reader is likely to feel that he is being inconsiderate by failing to acknowledge that the money does not
belong to him, it belongs to Mama and should be up to her how to spend it. Furthermore, Walter acts
selfishly and is inconsiderate of what his mother wants. An example of Walter acting selfishly is
located towards the end of Act I, scene II. It is Saturday, and Walter has just returned home from work.
He is only concerned of the checks arrival; he fails to greet his family. He tries showing Mama the
paperwork that his friend Willy put together for the liquor store, and becomes upset that Mama wanted
nothing to do with his plans and had refused to even look at the papers he showed her. Sarcastically he
tells Mama, Oh so you don t aim to have to speak on that again? So you have decided . . Well you tell
that to my boy tonight when you put him to sleep on the living room couch . . . Yeah and tell it to my
wife, Mama, tomorrow when she has to go out of here and look after somebody else s kids. And tell it
to me, Mama, every time we
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Personal Identity In Adolescence
Human development is a perpetual process that commences with our conception and proceeds until
the point where we breathe our last breath. While we remain more stagnant during certain times of our
lives, there are others that are loaded with rapid change. One of these periods is adolescence, in which
teenagers develop psychosocially, cognitively, and morally. They must undergo these dramatic
changes that set a frame for the rest of their lives.
From a psychosocial perspective, Erik Erikson illustrated diverse stages of life as sundry
circumstances of contention. The conflict for adolescence is identity versus role confusion. He
believed this was the duration when humans must decipher our identity and have a strong feeling of
self. We explore through different gregarious relationships and may endeavor different roles. To be
successful in this stage of development, however, we must find our personal identity.
Psychology.about.com.
This journey for a firm identity along with the cognitive and moral maturation adolescents experience
all play an integral part in how young teenagers decipher who they are going to be and what their
notions are. They are maturing in their coherent considering, their identity, and their moral credence s.
These variable are largely present or developing amid experiences students will have as they come of
age. It may be their advent of age experience that authentically solidifies their moral development, or
that helps them nail down precisely who
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Toyota s Supply Chain System Essay
The Toyota Motor Corporation was founded in Japan in 1937 by Kiichiro Toyoda (Abdulmalek
Rajgopal, 2007, p. 225). It was an offshoot of his father s company, Toyota Industries, and Kiichiro
purposed it to create automobiles. Today, Toyota is involved in designing, manufacturing and
assembling motor vehicles for sale around the globe. As of March 31st, 2014, Toyota had 338,875
employees from all around the world (Toyota, 2015). Some of Toyota s most popular brands are the
Lexus series, Prius, Camry, Noah and the Corolla (Toyota, 2015). It is currently the most valuable
automotive brand in the world, and in October 2014, it was ranked the best automotive brand
worldwide for the 11th year in a row. This paper aims will explore the motor vehicle industry as it is
today, the rise of Toyota as an international brand with respect to how it penetrated the American
market, a detailed look at Toyota s supply chain system and the role it had to play in its success, the
Toyota Learning Principles, and the v4L Framework, the biggest competitors it faces in today s
industry and conclude with how it gives back to the community. The automotive industry as it is today
is the home of numerous competing brands. Some of these dominant brands include Mercedes,
Volkswagen, BMW, Subaru and Nissan, with a vast array of motor vehicles for different uses.
Automotive manufacturers faced rough business conditions in final four years of the first decade of
the 2000 s due to the sharp increase in fuel
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India s Tobacco Advertising Ban
India s Tobacco Advertising Ban
The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that worldwide, five million tobacco users die
annually and estimates that one million Indians die each year prematurely from tobacco use (2015). As
late at 2009, India was the world s second largest consumer and third largest producer of tobacco
(Economist, 2009, p. 5). In an attempt to reduce consumption, India introduced its first adverting ban
on tobacco in 1990, followed in 2003 by the Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Act (COTPA) to
close loopholes and further regulate tobacco adverting. This paper examines the arguments for and
against these advertising bans and explores whether or not tobacco creates a conflict of interest when
governments profit from the tobacco industry.
For the Ban
The most compelling reason to ban tobacco advertising is the growing body of evidence linking
tobacco ads to increased tobacco use, particularly children. Studies following a 1998 settlement
prohibiting U.S. tobacco companies from targeting American youth have shown a steady decline, with
the lowest levels in forty years of teenage smoking reported in 2015. Despite COTPA, Indian youth s
exposure to cigarette advertising has increased in part because of aggressive point of sale marketing,
promotional support of music and sporting events, through social media, and smoking portrayed in
Bollywood films. Multiple authorities agree that a ban on tobacco advertising has to be all
encompassing and free from
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Trials And Tribulations, By Helen Keller
Trials and Tribulations According to Helen Keller, Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet.
Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and
success achieved. That quote is seared into my brain, along with the quote and picture of her. I can still
vividly recall it in my 9th grade homeroom, adjacent to the generic Dream to Achieve poster. Every
weekday I would wake up at 5:00am, take a shower, get dressed, put on my tie, and go to school. I
would eat breakfast in the car to maximize my sleep. I would then go to class, and eat a hearty lunch.
After school I would attend the daily FCA meeting, prior to going to football practice. I felt like a
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On this day I didn t wake up at precisely 5:00am, but rather slept in. When I did awaken, I rushed to
the kitchen, bellowing, My alarm didn t go off. Marla, my mother greeted me with her calm, maternal
voice professing, Yes I know, I unplugged it last night. As she told me to sit down, across from my
father, I saw distraught in his eyes. They sat me down, and told me that I would have to transfer
schools next year due to the detrimental economic toll my father s cancer treatment had upon us. The
next day in school wasn t mundane; I didn t feel like a member of an ant colony, my thoughts were all
over the place, discombobulated. In homeroom, tired, fading in and out of morning announcements I
noticed a poster of Helen Keller pertaining to suffering. At that moment I realized that my emotional
suffering could not parallel to the physical and emotional suffering my father was experiencing. As
time progressed I learned to adapt to my new environment, making new friends, along with keeping
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The 13 Colonies
The English explorer John Smith said No man will go from [England] to have less freedom . In 1607,
John Smith established the first colony at Jamestown, Virginia, It became the first permanent English
settlement in North America, and first of 13 English colonies that won independence from England
and became the first 13 states of the United States of America. A colony is land controlled by foreign
nation. In the 17th century, many European nations had colony in America as well as other part of the
world. Each of colonies was established for different purpose. It is written on the text book that, The
13 colonies that eventually became the United States were founded in different ways and for different
reasons. Virginia was founded by a private trading company. Some colonies, such as Pennsylvania,
were founded by individual proprietors [proprietor: a person who owned a colony as a result of
receiving a land grant from the king] , or owners, who received large land grants from the king. New
York was originally founded by the Dutch and later captured by the British. The New England
colonies were started by English Protestants called Puritans because they wanted to purify the Church
of England. They wanted to create a city upon a hill, a more perfect society based on their religious
beliefs. Georgia began as a home for the poor and for criminals found guilty of not paying their debts.
(1) John Smith was born January 1580, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom and
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The Progression Of Vaccination
It is perceived to be a social standard in society to uphold high beliefs in vaccinations. Medical
professionals as well as historic scientific research support the progression of immunization and its
historical triumph against infection and disease. For example, English physician Edward Jenner
pioneered the smallpox vaccine, which opened the doors for more ventures into the world of
vaccinations. Due to the advancement in technology of the 21st century, we are able to address more
diseases and create new components for vaccines to help find innovative ways to distribute them and
test effectiveness. The progress in science has always been the driving force for the development and
improvement of an effective vaccine. With the second golden age
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Strategic Thinking
U.S. Army War College Carlisle, PAAY13 NICIAS: A Classic Study in Strategic Thinking BY Julius
A. Rigole LTC, USAA guided response paper presented to the faculty of the U.S. Army War College,
in partial satisfaction of the requirements of the Theory of War and Strategy (TWS) course. The
contents of this paper reflect my own personal views and are not necessarily endorsed by the U.S.
Army War College or the Department of the Army. 7 September 2012 STS, Seminar 25 Root Hall, A
232 Faculty Instructors Col David Arrieta, USF COL Rand Binford, USA Mr. Michael Neiberg, PhD
Of all the Athenian leaders during the time of the Sicily invasion, Nicias possessed the clearest vision
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Sicily is too far away and too numerous to be ruled even if conquered . Nicias recognized the complex
nature of the expedition. In order to succeed, the expedition had to assemble a huge armada and army
that required support from the entire Athenian empire (food, money, forces, etc). The logistical
difficulties to support the expedition alone may be enough to cause it to fail. Additionally, the far
distance between Athens and Sicily would complicate their ability to provide reinforcement. One of
Nicias s main objections to the Sicily Expedition was its Ambiguity. The decision to invade Sicily
fundamentally violated their grand strategy for war with Sparta. The supporters for the expedition had
presented no clearly defined objective, or displayed just intent for the expedition, this he feared would
lead to mission creep. The pretenses of the expedition were to assist an ally that grew to an offensive
operation against Syracuse. In reality, it was a scheme by avarice individuals who saw an opportunity
to expand the empire, while enriching themselves. The conquest of Sicily posed no vital interest to
Athens. The Egestaenas seek help, from their alliance with Athens, for their war against Selinus; they
warned of potential Syracusan domination of Sicily and aid to Sparta. Nicias argued that Syracuse, as
is, posed no threat to the Athenians interest, and even if it took over
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W.E.B. Du Bois Essay
W.E.B. Du Bois Few men have influenced the lives of African Americans as much as William Edward
Burghardt (W.E.B.) Du Bois is considered more of a history maker than a historian(Aptheker, The
Historian ). Dr. Du Bois conducted the initial research on the black experience in the United States.
Civil rights leaders such as Martin Luther King Jr. have referred to Du Bois as a father of the Civil
Rights Movement. Du Bois conducted the initial research on the black experience in the United States,
and paved the way for the Pan African and Black Power movements. This paper will describe his life,
work, influence in the black community, and much publicized civil dispute with another black leader,
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The same year the dissertation was published, Du Bois began to teach Latin, Greek, German, and
English at Wilberforce University in Ohio. After teaching for several years, Du Bois conducted an
exhaustive study of the social and economic conditions of urban blacks in Philadelphia in 1896 and
1897. The results were published in the Philadelphia Negro (1899). This was the first sociological text
on a black community published in the United States. In 1897 Du Bois moved to Atlanta University,
where he taught economics and history for more than a decade. His most widely acclaimed work, The
Souls of Black Folk (1903) was published during his time in Atlanta. With The Souls of Black Folk,
Du Bois had begun to challenge the leadership of Booker T. Washington, a fellow educator who was
then the most influential and admired black in the United States. Washington, who had faith in the
future of his race in the country, believed that hard work, patience, and self pride would build their
character and eventually earn them their civil rights. This is evident in Washington s The Future of the
American Negro. He shows the impatient extremists within the Negroes of the North whose ill
considered, incendiary utterances tend to add to the burdens of our people in the South rather than
relieve them. ( Washington, Discovering Authors) During the Atlanta Exposition, Washington gave a
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Summary Of The Vignette On Destablia
On review of the operation design products from the vignette on Destablia, I noted the proposition to
discriminately target perpetrators of disruptive behavior. Another point I found related was the
agricultural training and education to be provided to improve farming practices and crop yields. In a
country with problematic government instability, it stands to reason the military is not highly trained
nor possessing high moral and ethical standards that would allow discriminate targeting of disruptors.
I believe that military training and education should be a precursor to any additional crackdown ,
discriminate or not.
The operational design products within Schmidt s model provide understanding and input to the next
step within the process.
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Analysis Of The Film Whale Rider
Throughout the film Whale Rider, many characters address the ancient custom that only males can
ascend to chiefdom in the Maori tribe. In the film, the culture and traditions are extremely important to
the Maori tribe, especially the elders. Koro is blind to the potential his granddaughter holds because he
holds onto the ancient traditions dearly. The movie Whale Rider deals with a hybrid culture, and some
characters have a harder time transitioning than others. In the film, the audience sees the biggest
struggle during this transition with one of the elders, Koro. Throughout the film Whale Rider, Koro
resists cultural change and this has a major impact on his life because he pushes his son and
granddaughter away and then tries to lead a traditional school that leaves Koro physically ill.
In the movie Whale Rider, Koro resists cultural changes and pushes away his son, Porokangi because
of it. He begins to do this when Porokangi was younger. Koro pushed his son to be the leader because
he is the first born male and it is a tradition in their family. Porokangi shows this while talking to
Paikea, he says, You know, your Koro, did the same thing to me. Implying that Koro believed so much
that he was going the new leader. Koro is now disappointed in Porokangi because he did not live up to
the standards that he set. Koro set the same standards for his grandson before he was born. Doing this
pushed Porourangi away further. In the hospital after Porokangi wife dies, Koro comes to the hospital
and walks in while his son is grieving the loss of his wife. Koro says nothing except, where s the boy?
This causes an argument with Porokangi and his father because all Koro wanted the boy to become the
leader. After this confrontation, Porokangi leaves for the first time and leaves his daughter with Koro.
When Porokangi comes back, Koro insults his work by saying, you call it work? It s not work. It s
souvenirs. Koro insults his work because he believes that Porokangi should be at home continuing the
traditions. This argument with Porokangi and Koro causes Porokangi to leave again, this time taking
Paikea with him.
Throughout the movie, Whale Rider Koro resists cultural changes and pushes away his granddaughter,
Paikea.
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Boeing 787 Dreamliner
Global Production, Outsourcing, and Logistics
Chapter Outline
OPENING CASE: Building the Boeing 787
INTRODUCTION
STRATEGY, PRODUCTION AND LOGISTICS
WHERE TO PRODUCE
Country Factors Management Focus: Philips in China Technological Factors Product Factors Locating
Production Facilities
THE STRATEGIC ROLE OF FOREIGN FACTORIES
Management Focus: Hewlett Packard in Singapore
OUTSOURCING PRODUCTION: MAKE OR BUY DECISIONS
The Advantages of Make The Advantages of Buy Trade offs Strategic Alliances with Suppliers
MANAGING A GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN
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ANSWER 2: Boeing ran into problems with its global supply chain when suppliers failed to deliver
parts on schedule. Many students will probably suggest that if Boeing wants to string together a
supply chain consisting of unrelated companies located in various parts of the world, it need to make
management of that supply chain a top priority. Boeing was contending with various types of
problems including poor quality components, incorrect installation of parts, secondary outsourcing,
and so on. Students will probably suggest that if Boeing had been on top of these types of issues
earlier in the process, it might have been in a better position to take steps to mitigate their effect on the
entire supply chain.
Teaching Tip: To learn more about Boeing go to {http://www.boeing.com/}.
Lecture Note: To extend this discussion, consider
{http://www.businessweek.com/bwdaily/dnflash/content/sep2007/db2007095_956348.htm?
chan=search}and
{http://www.businessweek.com/bwdaily/dnflash/content/apr2008/db2008043_948354.htm?
chan=search}.
Chapter Outline with Lecture Notes, Video Notes, and Teaching Tips
Introduction
A) In this chapter we look at five questions: Where in the world should productive activities be
located? What should be the long term strategic role of foreign production sites? Should the firm own
foreign production activities, or is it better to outsource those
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The Importance Of Reflective Leadership
Reflective learning is important as it allows one to realize their strengths and weaknesses, develop self
awareness, understand how you learn, and plan your own development (University of Kent, 2012).
According to Barbour (2013), reflective practice is the cyclic process of internally examining and
exploring an issue of concern, triggered by an experience, which creates and clarifies meaning in
terms of self, existing knowledge, and experience; resulting in a changed conceptual perceptive and
practice (p. 7). This allows us to better understand ourselves so that we can grow and develop. There
are ten complexity principles that help leaders thrive in the environment of chaos and complexity.
Moreover, leaders need to qualities of courage and will to be effective. There are several leadership
assessment surveys that one can take to learn more about themselves in order to understand areas of
strengths and areas where growth is needed.
Complexity Principles Reflection
According to Porter O Grady and Malloch (2018), the principles of complexity theory largely
determine how best to help others own their own change, undertake the right change processes, and
understand the new rules of engagement in this postindustrial age (p. 53). These principles state that
leaders should be able to see the bigger picture and understand the broad purpose of an organization,
the importance of the point of service and the interrelationships of an organization, and how impactful
value,
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The Cloning of Dolly (Sheep)
The Cloning of Dolly (Sheep) Natural Sciences FES 150 Table of Contents INTRODUCTION 3
WHAT IS CLONING? 3 THERAPEUTIC CLONING 3 REPRODUCTIVE CLONING 5
RECOMBINANT CLONING 6 THE BIRTH OF DOLLY (SHEEP) 7 ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE
WORLD 8 DOLLY S FAMILY 9 WAS DOLLY ALREADY OLD AT BIRTH? 9 DOLLY S
ARTHRITIS 9 DOLLY S FINAL ILLNESS 10 WHY WAS DOLLY IMPORTANT? 11 WHAT IS
THE LONGTERM SIGNIFICANCE OF DOLLY? 11 DOLLY S FACT SHEET 12 REFERENCES 13
INTRODUCTION The possibility of human cloning, raised when Scottish scientists at Roslin Institute
created the much celebrated sheep Dolly (Nature 385, 810 13, 1997), aroused worldwide interest and
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That will also be true if the egg comes from the nucleus donor s mother, because mitochondria are
inherited maternally. Multiple clones might also be produced by transferring identical nuclei to eggs
from a single donor. If the somatic cell nucleus and the egg come from different individuals, they will
not be identical to the nuclear donor because the clones will have somewhat different mitochondrial
genes. Cloning by embryo splitting. This procedure begins with in vitro fertilization (IVF): the union
outside the woman s body of a sperm and an egg to generate a zygote. The zygote (from here onwards
also called an embryo) divides into two and then four identical cells. At this stage, the cells can be
separated and allowed to develop into separate but identical blastocysts, which can then be implanted
in a uterus. The limited developmental potential of the cells means that the procedure cannot be
repeated, so embryo splitting can yield only two identical mice and probably no more than four
identical humans. The DNA in embryo splitting is contributed by germ cells from two individuals the
mother who contributed the egg and the father who contributed the sperm. Thus, the embryos, like
those formed naturally or by standard IVF, have two parents. Their mitochondrial DNA is identical.
Because this method of cloning is identical with the natural formation of monozygotic twins and, in
rare cases, even quadruplets, it is not discussed in detail in this
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Holocaust Essays
Question 1 When did the Holocaust begin?
I. January 1933 Hitler sworn in as the chancellor of Germany A. Whereas before it was only a plan
(one which people though Hitler would forgo when actually in office) was now set into motion. B.
April of the same year would see the beginning of Hitler s implementation of such anti Semitic
legislation, starting with the prohibition of Jews from the Civil Service. II. November 1935
Nuremberg Laws enacted A. Jews are now subject to a myriad of prohibitions, aimed at their
disemancipation. B. Anti Semitism takes on a legislative form III. November 1938 Kristallnacht A.
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October 1941 All Jewish emigration is prohibited out of German occupied territory E. However,
Transfer Agreement was enacted in which Jews could buy German products, ship them to Palestine
and sell them through the Jewish Agency there. 1. Through this agreement, over 50,000 Jews
immigrated to Palestine.
Question 3 Jewish Responses to Nazi Law
I. Stages of Anti Jewish Laws A. There were three stages: 1. Removal from Public Life a. Removal
from entertainment and press (1933) 2. Anti Semitism as Policy of State a. Expelling Jewish
Immigrants (1934) b. Nuremberg Laws (1935) 3. Deemancipation a. Out of Economic Life (1938) b.
Ousted from Public Schools (1938) II. Jewish Reactions as the needs arose due to various legislation,
the Jews responded in various ways. A. April 1933 the Central Committee for Help and
Reconstruction coordinated welfare activities B. September 17, 1933, the National Representation of
the German Jews political representation C. Jewish organizations focused on social work and aid to
the needy. D. They established a Jewish educational system for children who had been ousted from the
German educational system E. Disseminated information about various countries of destination, and
they offered language and vocational
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Autoimmune Hepatitis Disease
Autoimmune Hepatitis
Autoimmune hepatitis is a disease in which the system in the body that fights off disease (immune
system) attacks the liver and causes it to become inflammed. Without treatment this condition gets
worse. It can last for years and lead to scarring of the liver (cirrhosis) and liver failure.
CAUSES
The cause of this condition is not known.
RISK FACTORS
This condition is more likely to develop in:
Females.
People between the ages of 15 and 40.
SYMPTOMS
Symptoms of this condition include:
Fatigue (common).
A yellowish color to the skin, the whites of the eyes, and mucous membranes (jaundice).
Itching.
Rash.
Joint pain.
Discomfort in the abdomen.
Nausea.
Loss of appetite.
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dozier hedging
Dozier Hedging Alternatives Forward Market Hedge: Dozier would purchase U.S. dollars under a
forward contract. The contract would obligate Dozier to pay £1,057,500 in exchange for £1,057,500 x
1.4198 $/£ = $1,501,438.50 assuming the transaction was at the quoted 3 month forward rate in
Exhibit 4. Relative to the value of the contract at the current exchange rate, £1,057,500 x 1.4370 $/£ =
$1,519,627.50 Dozier would accepting a reduction in the revenue from the contract of $1,519,627.50
$1,501,438.50 = $18,198.00 or $18,198 / $1,519,627.50 = 1.20% Money Market Hedge: In this case,
Dozier would borrow an amount of British pounds that would obligate Dozier to a principal and
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Think of this in general as X/Y. So, the money market formula is, in general, (X interest rate Y interest
rate) / (1. + Y interest rate) or, in shorthand, (X Y) /(1 + Y) So if you were using a yen/dollar quote for
the exchange rate, you would have yen rate minus dollar rate divided by one plus dollar rate. Note that
none of this really solves Dozier s problem; but there is a theory that in well functioning markets, the
results from the two formulas should be equal. In other words, it shouldn t make a difference whether
you hedge in the forward market or in the money market. However this theory is based on comparing
apples to apples. Here the apples are the financial instruments whose interest rates we are comparing.
Our interest rate calculation is based on the cost of a UK bank loan to Dozier compared to rate on a
bank CD. The theory works a bit better if you use the Eurodollar rate and the Europound rate in
Exhibit 4, but even these are not precisely similar instruments. However, there is another use for the
formulas. Banks use them in pricing forward contracts! Suppose that we set the two formulas equal to
each other and do some rearrangements using my X/Y approach to stay general and to remind us what
we are doing. We can get the following result, solving for the forward rate: Forward rate = Spot rate x
(1 + X interest rate) / (1 + Y interest rate) Remember the rule is X over Y. When
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The Doctor Of Nursing Practice ( Dnp ) Program
Since the capstone project started early on beginning of the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
program, I was able to discuss and work personally with Dr. Spicer as my practice mentor in selecting
the appropriate topic for my project. Dr. Spicer was very involved in choosing my second option for
new capstone project # 1 related to simulation lab and faculty teaching and learning. The patient
simulation laboratory (SIM lab) uses state of the art equipment that provides students and faculty with
the opportunity to tackle real life scenarios in a safe and supported environment. Further, I learned that
active learning involves the faculty through participation and investment in exploring content
knowledge in all phases of the learning process. It requires educational activities that provide faculty
with the opportunity to engage actively in courses and respond to the learning situation.
My initial problem was my capstone project # 3 on how can a charge nurse help patient s family cope
and avoid the effects of ICU decisions that could lead to post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? I was
informed by Dr. Spicer that the initial approval of capstone #3 may have legal consequences per legal
department for Kaiser Permanente because of contract issue that would cause further delay in my
advancement in the DNP program. He further advised me to contact my academic mentor Dr. Carrion
to inquire about changing the approved capstone project. Telephone conference was initiated with Dr.
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One Of Michael Jordan s Greatest Basketball Player
Michael Jordan wasn t born a great basketball player. He was given the tools to be an incredible
athlete, but it is what he did with those tools that allowed him to become one of the greats. Through
his talent, hard work, and determination, Michael Jordan became one of the greatest basketball players
of all time.
Michael Jordan was born on February 17, 1963 in Brooklyn, New York to his parents Deloris and
James Jordan. He had two brothers and two sisters. He and his family soon moved to Wilmington,
North Carolina after his birth. At a young age, Michael Jordan excelled at everything he did
(Christopher).
Michael Jordan attended Laney High School in Wilmington, North Carolina (Johnson). As a
sophomore he played quarterback for the junior varsity football team and also ran track. Michael tried
out for the varsity basketball, but failed to make the team and had to play his sophomore year on
junior varsity (Christopher). Michael was so upset he went home and locked himself in his bedroom.
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It was not common for Smith to start first year players, but Jordan had an advantage as North Carolina
s offense was identical to his high school s basketball team. Michael continued where he left off, being
a dominant force on the court. Everyone in college basketball was starting to recognize Michael
Jordan. Led by Jordan, James Worthy, and Sam Perkins, North Carolina finished the regular season 24
2. They won the ACC tournament and were number one entering the NCAA tournament. The Tar
Heels struggled, but still found their way into the National Championship, where they would be
playing star freshmen Patrick Ewing and the Georgetown Hoyas (Christopher). In the game, Michael
was called upon to make the game winning shot for the Tar Heels, and he did so calmly as Michael
Jordan and the North Carolina Tar Heels were national champions
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Literary Analysis Of The Sun Also Rises
The Great War of 1914 1918 had numerous consequences: millions of people died and the world was
permanently altered. One of the most significant results of World War 1 was the formation of a lost
generation. This term, first coined by author Gertrude Stein in conversation, refers to the young post
World War 1 men who were emotionally damaged by the horrors experienced during combat and as a
result aimlessly wandered through life with a depressed attitude toward the world ( The Lost
Generation 1). Author Ernest Hemingway, who was himself a member of the Lost Generation,
perfectly encaptured the post war lifestyle of a WW1 veteran in his novel, The Sun Also Rises. The
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Barnes use of alcohol began during the war, while trying to escape the stress of the unknown threats,
and continued after the war s conclusion. By drinking, Barnes is able to forget his melancholy post
war attitude towards the world. The dependence on alcohol is a side effect of the mental damage
Barnes sustained from the war. Drinking is also how Barnes friend Campbell copes with his outlook
on the world after the war. After discussing his fiancee, Brett, and her relationship with a bullfighter,
Campbell, also a WW1 veteran, exclaims, I think I ll stay rather drunk. This is all awfully amusing,
but it s not too pleasant. It s not too pleasant for me (Hemingway 205). In order to deal with the stress
of having his fiancee in a relationship with a bullfighter, Campbell decides to drink. He prefers to
remain in a state of intoxication because it keeps him from thinking about his relationship issues with
Brett and his other problems with the world by giving him a sweet escape. Hemingway s use of the
drinking motif, especially shown through Barnes and Campbell, demonstrates how the psychological
and emotional damage of the war has caused the Lost Generation to become dependent on alcohol in
order to cope with their depressed attitude toward the world. In addition to the drinking motif,
Hemingway s writing style conveys the theme of negative views towards the world created from the
emotional suffering of World War 1. Throughout
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Rhetorical Analysis Of Oprah Winfrey s Speech
On January 7th, 2018, Oprah Winfrey delivered her acceptance speech for the Cecil B. DeMille Award
for her outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment at the Golden Globes. She brought the
entire audience to their feet and likely invoked the same emotions in the millions of people watching
from their televisions at home. She was able to accomplish this by her use of rhetoric in the form of
repetition, allusion, and her use of pathos. Throughout her speech, Winfrey used certain words or
phrases multiple times in order to emphasize the points she is trying to make. One recurring word she
uses is the word truth. She uses this to inspire her audience to stand up for and fight for truth, when
she states that speaking your truth is
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Roman Polanski s Film, The Pianist
Roman Polanski s film The Pianist follows the journey of a Polish Jew named Wladyslaw Szpilman.
Szpilman is a pianist who was playing for a Warsaw radio station when the first German bombs fell.
Once World War ll begins Szpilman and his family are forced to live in the Warsaw ghetto, but he is
later separated from them. At this time Warsaw is surrounded with German soldiers and from this time
up until the concentration camp prisoners are released. Hiding in abandoned, run down building
Szpilman struggles to survive. While in hiding a German officer Captain Wilm Hosenfeld tells
Szpilman to play the piano. The director Roman Polanski intelligently uses key representations of
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Lighting paired with the overall colour scheme leads the viewers to believe that something not so
good may occur soon. Sure enough, this is the scene when the first German bombs are dropped in
Warsaw 1939. From here on up until the turning point of the film the lighting is very dark. I think that
this is very important, as Polanski has done this in order to exaggerate and evoke emotion within the
audience. Another symbolic scene is when Szpilman is hiding in an old abandon building he is
approached by a German officer called Wilm Hosenfeld. Hosenfeld orders Szpilman to play the piano,
and at this time Hosenfeld s appearance is strong as we see in a close up of Hosenfeld. The room is
dark with grey lighting and Szpilman is thin, wearing frayed dark clothing, he has blended in with the
lighting and background. But as Szpilman begins to play the piano, a veil of light shines on him. The
veil of light then shifts onto Szpilman which portrays him metaphorically as an angel, conveying that
he is in a position of power, rather than Hosenfeld, who previously was. This scene in particular with
the light on Szpilman is a significant point in the film because it is the turning point. Szpilman is
weak, thin and the lighting leading up to this scene is dark, then after this scene the lighting begins to
brighten as well as Szpilman s life. Although we, the audience do not think much of the lighting
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Parking Problems At The New Residence Halls
Parking on campus is a recurring problem throughout the years, but the most recent of these problems
has evolved into a catastrophe for and not so much for others. As the fall term came into place, more
and more parking was taken away for the new residence halls. Students regularly admit to hoping
other students would hurry and drop some of their classes, or that the students will go ahead and stop
coming to lectures so there is more parking available and less of a burden. However, the burden of
circling parking lots and the never ending loop of frustrating continues on for the fall term and more is
to come with the lack of parking the campus wishes to offer. The OU Daily has released statements in
articles concerning the matter. The new residence halls will also provide a parking garage or parking
lot in which has a capacity of 1200 1300 parking spots. This is a nice edition for the lack of parking,
but the new residence hall took the place of an old parking lot which held the capacity of 500 600
parking spots. Yes, the parking is nearly doubled, but what good will that doubled number do in
comparison to the number of students (approximately twenty two times the quantity of parking spaces
provided in said lot). The new residence halls may further establish a slightly more extensive parking
lot than previously seen on campus, but the couple hundred more spots available is minuscule in
comparison to the quantity of students and faculty members at the university. The amount
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Flat Shot Essay
Groundstrokes can be hit with topspin or flat.
Topspin is when the racket brushes over the top of the ball causing it to spin. This type of stroke is
more accurate but it makes the ball bounce when it hits the surface which gives the opponent more
time to think before deciding on his own shot. The flat shot however, which is harder to control goes
flatter across the net and the court and has hardly any bounce making it harder for the opponent to
return accurately but it is also a riskier shot.
Sliced forehand and backhand.
This is the opposite of a topspin shot. The ball is hit underneath causing it to have a backspin effect as
it lands on the court and making it a tricky shot to return. It is a great shot to use to change the pace of
the game and to catch an opponent out by giving them a shot that s hard to reach and has a swerving
effect at the end.
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It is considered an important weapon of the game. Winning or losing a game can depend on whether a
player dominates the serve or not. Failing to place the serve in the right place can mean a player gives
away free points to his opponent. This is called committing a double fault. A player has two
opportunities per point to place the ball in the correct area across the net or the other player
automatically receives a point. Having a weak serve that the other player can return too easily, and
aggressively, is also a problem as points will be lost too easily. There are several types of serves such
as topspin, topspin slice, flat, slice, kick and many others, all which aim to make it difficult, if not
impossible, for the receiver to return the
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Analysis Of As I Lay Dying
Faulkner s Description of Dewey Dell in As I Lay Dying William Faulkner s phrasing, point of view,
and grammar in his polyphonic novel, As I Lay Dying, strategically employs the miserably pessimistic
yet juvenile voice of Dewey Dell to characterize her as the novel s naïve victim. The only surviving
female in the Bundren family, Faulkner presents the hardships that Dewey Dell must endure. In
addition, as an uneducated girl with no guidance, Dewey Dell experiences an uncertainty in many
issues that arise in her life.
Dewey Dell s diction in As I Lay Dying functions to unravel the novel s deeper themes of suffering
and selfishness. Burdened with an illegitimate pregnancy after having sex with Lafe, Dewey Dell
grieves alone as she is isolated in her guilt and shame. She views the world as a sickening visceral pile
of guts, implying that death is her only relief, furthering the theme of mortality. It is interesting that
Dewey Dell also describes her pregnancy as I am a little tub of guts and if there is not any room for
anything else important in a big tub of guts, how can it be room in a little tub of guts. (Faulkner 58).
Which implies the meaning of birth as a miserable duty, rather than a joyful need. As the novel
progresses, Dewey Dell works on past New Hope three miles. That s what they mean by the womb of
time: the agony and the despair of spreading bones, the hard girdle in which lie the outraged entrails of
events. (Faulkner 121). In the efforts to bury Addie in
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The First Triumvirate
The First Triumvirate The first triumvirate was and alliance between three prominent politicians,
Crassus, Pompey and Julius Caesar. The Roman historian Livy described the First Triumvirate as a
conspiracy against the state by its three leading citizens . The agreement was unofficial and private. It
was formed in the summer of 60 59 B.C. The first triumvirate however is a bit misleading in name.
Not only was it never called that by the contemporary Romans, but it was a far more inclusive factio
(faction) than the term triumvirate implies. How and why the first triumvirate was created: · Crassus
and Pompey had been colleagues in the past, they shared consulship in 70 B.C. but never liked each
other, and it was only through Julius ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
She had been the personal tie between Caesar and Pompey, who were by now already drifting apart.
Caesar offered Pompey another wife, his grandniece Octavis. Pompey refused, instead choosing to
marry Cornelia Metella, daughter of Quintus Caecilius Metellus Scipio, one of Caesar s greatest
enemies in 52 B.C. This emphasized Pompey s drift away from Caesar towards the optimates. The
Death of Crassus Crassus got Syria for his proconsular service in 54 B.C. Desperate for military glory
He even left his term as consul to undertake a military campaign against the Parthians. His ambiation
outran his ability. After early success his army was completley destroyed at Carrhae by Parthian
archers in 53 B.C. during which Crassus was murdered. This left just Pompey and Caesar to rule
Rome, and Carssus death created a rivalry between the two that could not be broken. The Rivalry
between Crassus and Pompey Caesar s successes in Gaul, along with his growing power and wealth,
drove Pompey. While Caesar was fighting in Gaul, Pompey proceeded with a legislative agenda for
Rome, which revealed that he was now covertly allied with Caesar s enemies. Pompey also made it
clear that Caesar would not be permitted to stand for Consul unless he turned over control of his
armies. This would, of course, leave Caesar defenseless before his enemies. Pompey was elected
consul without colleague in 52. The
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Have Fun While Doing Workout Essay
Have fun while doing workouts here are the games that transform work into play
Almost everyone is running behind a machine life in this era. People have lots of works to do in their
life. And for some, exercise is just one more work in their routine. Some will be frustrated while doing
workouts. It is easy to lose motivation during the weight reduce plan. So, making the workout fun is
the most important thing; for this, it is better to try a physical activity that actually brings the fun out
of the person.
Sports are the perfect choice for this. But for the people who don t have the competitive attitude, play
based workouts are the best and simpler alternative. Plenty of science suggests that play is the best
activity for brains of adults. The real reason behind turning a workout into a play station is people
should encourage and induce working out.
The founder of the ActiveLab, David ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
One person should hold the cards. Both players should be in a split squat position. To start playing,
take a large step forward with the right leg, descending till the left leg almost touches the ground. At
tom of the split squat both the knees will form right angles. The knee should be above the toe but it
should not be in front.
In this situation, the player with the deck throws one card at a time towards their partner. The partner
must catch cards while they maintain their lung position, they can lean left, right, up, and down to
catch the card. The partner can try to catch 5 10 cards, then they can rest and they can switch the legs
and they can change thrower and catcher roles.
Fitness benefits of the game
Leaning aside from side to side and reaching up and down will increase the core stability to all the
movements. Trying to maintain the position will mean to balance and the player has to prepare for the
unexpected shifts.
Convert the sheet into full body
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How Does Sherman Alexie Use Symbols In The Reservation Blues
In the novel Reservation Blues, Sherman Alexie uses a great deal of symbolism. What may come
across as just an object actually has a meaning. From specifically Robert Johnson s guitar to the vast
population shown dealing with alcoholism, Alexie creates a deeper meaning of the novel. The most
well represented symbol in the novel is Robert Johnson s guitar. As a young boy, Robert traded his
soul to a gentlemen in order to be able to play the guitar like no one else. So in this exact situation the
guitar represents Robert Johnson s soul and his spirit. From Johnson the guitar was passed onto
Thomas. This certain section of the novel, the guitar represents the Coyote Spring s dreams of fame.
In the beginning, the guitar s sound is astonishing beautiful and alluring. Because of this the entire
band becomes star struck as they gain fans and are discovered by a producer. However, Alexie ...
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When Junior committed suicide, Victor is shown to not know how to mourn. During this mourning
period he turns to alcohol. We see this when Thomas, Chess, and Checkers leave the reservation in
hopes of a new start. They leave Victor to stay behind and even though he tries to turn his life around,
he is shown to keep going back to his bad habits. On page 293 Victor is shown to be slowly falling
into his self destruction. That little explosion of the beer can sounded exactly like a smaller, slower
version of the explosion Junior s rifle made on the water tower. This is shown that alcoholism has
officially taken over Victor. He was committing suicide just like Junior. Junior ended his life because
he did not know how to cope with what he was experiencing in his life. Victor promised to stop
drinking but he was too caught in his despair with losing Junior. It is as if Victor will lapse into a life
of alcoholism like the other members in his tribe. This will have him as well as many others soon join
Junior six feet under in the
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Rebecca Bloomwood Research Paper
Throughout this journal, one can see that Rebecca Bloomwood can be characterized as outgoing and
ecstatic. Initially, Rebecca Bloomwood can be characterized as outgoing for a diversified amount of
explanations. First of all, she went on a trip with her boyfriend and had to go a few days without
clothes. She has decided to make outfits on the go. Some people may believe that she is outgoing
because this is not easy to pull off. In addition, Rebecca is not afraid to take risks. She went on a trip
with Luke in a days notice. Rebecca may feel like she is being a good girlfriend by going on trips with
her boyfriend in a short notice and that s why she is so outgoing. In the text it states, there re a bit
expensive but then, everyone knows you should never skimp on shoes, because you ll hurt your feet
(Kinsella 16). ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Thirdly, when Rebecca was at the wedding she told everyone that Luke was there when he was really
not. This shows she is creative and can come up with any excuse on the spot. Some people may think
she is lying due to her stories she makes up as well as some people may believe she is innovated. She
interacts with people well and can start a conversation with any person. She also puts herself out there
like talking to people she does not know at the wedding. On the other hand, Rebecca Bloomwood can
be characterized as ecstatic for an assorted number of reasons. The first reason is she came up with a
motto to go by. In the book it states, My new motto is buy only what you need. I know, it sounds
almost too simple but it really does work. Before each purchase, I ask myself one question: do I need
this? And only if the answer is yes do I make the purchase. Its all just a matter of self discipline . This
quote shows that she gives herself a goal in her shopping problem to stop spend so much. People can
tell she sets good goals on spending
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Hip Hop s Negative Influence On Teen Decision-Making
Hip Hop changes lives, but not the way you are told to believe. The media false advertises that music
is the main stimulus for bad decision making and ultimately for violence. Teens are influenced by
many different factors with each factor dictating a percentage of their decision making. Majority of the
time these factors are unavoidable. Factors such as environment, family, and music are key to the
teens decision making. Hip hop is believed to have a huge negative impact on teens decision making
and we are to blame for this false allegation. In the 1980s inner cities were filled with the notorious
crack epidemic and they experienced poverty on a larger scale than ever before. President Ronald
Reagan cut down on social services benefiting people in low socioeconomic classes, primarily black
Americans(Sebhatu). During these hard times those people ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
...
Their music consisted of police brutality,gun violence, hardships and overall insight from a
perspective America was unfamiliar with. The group received large criticism by the press and most
notably the government as they were credited for the massive violence in inner cities.That same
mindset has carried over carried over to modern media today.For generations the impact that hip hop
has on the youth has been over exaggerated by the media. Hip hop has been used as a scapegoat,
instead of identifying and fixing the real problems such as drugs, gangs, and the environment itself.
Kids are more influenced by their families and environment then they are by rap music. Even if a
person listens to music that portrays violent crimes and overall violent lifestyles, there is no guarantee
they will go out in their neighborhood and commit a violent crime. Society itself does not give teens
enough credit, and ultimately sells them short. For a lot of kids in the inner city, hip hop is a stimulus
for what they see or do in
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Andy Sachs s Love For Fashion
Andy Sachs, a young aspired journalist, seeking for a job finds herself employed by Runway
Magazine, a fashion magazine as an Assistant to the Chief Editor. While initially accepting the
position, Andy had to learn the details of the job and the culture of the business. However, Andy took
on the challenge and felt that she could manage the hideous culture of fashion, behaviors, and attitudes
of her coworkers in order to survive for at least a year until she finds a journalist position of her liking.
The perception of people who involve themselves in this line of career, according to Benedictus
(2009) are those that have a love for fashion, that s why they re doing it. It s almost like a little bit of a
social atmosphere when you come in every day. Like when girls go out at night and they see what
each other is wearing. It s nice. But in Andy s case, she felt that it was just a job and the fashion was
not her purpose for accepting the job at Runway. She initially did not buy into the culture of fashion
and continued to report to work in her original dress code.
As in any job there are credential job requirements. Andy had the educational background and ...
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Andy continued to be viewed as a misfit for the company s culture as she did not behave, dress or own
the designer fashion needed to blend in. What I have learned is that in the fashion industry such as the
Runway, Benedictus (2009) mention in a Vogue article, a prerequisite of the job, is fashion. People
would die to have the opportunity to work there. The work attire is crucial when the clothes of what
you wear is more important the job itself because if you came in looking like you were wearing
something boring every day you re not fit for the culture of the job (Benedictus, 2009). In Andy s case,
she got the job without the prerequisite of the culture of fashion, which is very uncommon in this field
of
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Feminist Criticism Of The Story Hills Like White Elephants
A Feminist criticism on how Males and Females are portrayed in Hills like White Elephants In Ernst
Hemingway s story Hills like White Elephants, the male and female characters are portrayed in a
stereotypical male dominated relationship. The male main character the man is portrayed as the
influential character who is subtly persuading the main female character. The female main character
the girl is portrayed as the passive and impressable character who can be swayed by the man . There
are several examples of how the man uses his dominance in the relationship to persuade the girl to
make a decision on whether or not to get an abortion. The first example is seen when the man starts
talking to the girl after they have had
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The Extinction Of Sharks
Sharks are one of the oldest living species on planet earth. Their earliest discovered fossils have been
dated back to over 420 million years old. Being one of the oldest species alive today, they have
undergone significant changes over time. The purpose of my research on these magnificent creatures
was to discover exactly why they ve been able to survive for so long, in contrary to other species that
have become extinct. Existing research shows that sharks have been able to survive because of their
ability to adapt to different environments. In 2013, a paleontological dig site in southern France
yielded fossilized teeth of a tiny shark relative, indicating that the fish escaped catastrophic events by
swimming to deeper oceans. This is an example of such adaptations that sharks have ... Show more
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Sharks have been able to survive mass extinctions since the prehistoric era because of specific
characteristics they possess which give them advantages over other ocean species.
One of the traits that give shark species the advantage is their teeth. Sharks teeth vary in size, shape
and design to suit their many different environments. For example, long, narrow, needle like teeth
belong to sharks that prey on fish.
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  • 2. The Theme Of Growing Up In Larry Watson s Montana 1948 In Montana 1948 , Larry Watson uses the character David Hayden to illustrate the theme of growing up. In the book, David described the summer of 1948 as events that yanked him from his innocence and his ignorance. With my project I acted as David and wrote journal entries for three pivotal events that slowly changed David and made him think differently. The first thing I brought up was the beginning of seeing him grow up. This is when David started getting more sexually aware of Marie and his Aunt Gloria. He started thinking of them as beautiful which scared him and made him feel guilty for thinking that way. The second thing I showed is when David started recognizing the true meaning of evil after realizing that his Uncle Frank, who he thought ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Postconventional Schema Appendix 1 see James Rest (1974), for the Defining Issues Test. This test has been devised under the influence of Lawrence Kohlberg s moral reasoning stages, uses a Likert scale to give quantitative ratings and rankings of issues of five moral dilemmas. The scale constitutes of 12 issues that are to be rated in terms of importance to the corresponding dilemma and then rank the four most important issues. The respondent will either score on three specific schemas of moral reasoning: Personal Interests, Maintaining Norms, and the Post conventional Schema. When a respondent reads an issue statement that both makes sense to them, as well as triggers a preferred schema, that statement is given a high rating and ranking. Conversely, when a respondent reads an issue statement that is either construed as nonsensical ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Maintaining Norms Schema is considered more advanced than the Personal Interests Schema, as it emphasizes more than the individual. At the Maintaining Norms reasoning level, law and authority are important, as each of these helps to uphold social order, which is paramount to this schema. So, a respondent who is predominantly using this schema will take into consideration what needs to be done in order to be compliant with the social order of society. Finally, the Postconventional Schema is regarded as the most developmentally advanced. At the Postconventional reasoning level, laws are not simply blindly accepted (as with the Maintaining Norms Schema), but are scrutinized in order to ensure society wide benefit. So, a respondent who is primarily using this schema will focus on what is best for society as a whole. For example, the Civil Rights movement was a product of Postconventional reasoning, as followers were most concerned with the society wide effects of (in)equality. It should be noted that, though an individual may rely more heavily on one of the aforementioned schemas, moral reasoning is typically informed, to varying degrees, by each of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. The Most First Generation Filipino Americans San Francisco today is not the same place it was hundreds of years ago. This is obvious in terms of the city s modernization, but a change that is equally as important, is the huge amount of diversity in cultures. Chances are, if you were to ask a student at Skyline College if their parents were born in the United States, many of them would answer no. Every immigrant has their own story of how they ended up in San Francisco, but the most important are the stories of the very first groups. Most first generation Filipino Americans hear about the stories of how their families ended up in the United States, but never the stories of how the very first Filipinos got here. Why did the first group of Filipinos leave all that they had in the the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... colonial period began and immigration to the States was pushed in many different aspects of everyday Filipino culture. Another reason for leaving the Philippines was due to the economic problems many had in the Philippines. America was advertised as the Land of Paradise on posters all throughout the Philippines, and many labor recruiters assured natives that money could be made quickly in the states. The first batch of Filipino immigrants who ended up in San Francisco was relatively small and consisted mostly of students. Travelling from the Philippines to the San Francisco was tough, as it was expensive to pay for and was a long distance from home. The trip from the Philippines to San Francisco took nearly a month by ship, meaning their stay would be long term. Those brave enough to travel to America did so in hopes of living a more prosperous life than they did in the Philippines. Of the immigrants that arrived in San Francisco, a good number of them ended up relocating to states with more of a focus on agriculture, where they were responsible for taking care of the fields. However, there were a number of those who preferred urban life that ended up staying in San Francisco. For those that stayed in San Francisco, they were situated in apartments around and on Kearny Street. Larger rooms were provided for those starting their families, and many Filipino owned businesses began to emerge around where ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. The Pros And Cons Of The Korean War The Korean War caught most in the international community off guard and happened only five years after World War II had ended. It had been expected that the Soviets would test the West s will and Korea had been listed as a possible battlefield. However, Berlin, Greece, Turkey, or Iran all seemed far more vulnerable. The Korean War came as a shock to Turkey, as well. Besides negative impacts, the Korean War presented the young Republic with several opportunities. Being a UN member and a recipient of Marshall Aid from the USA, the Turkish government was still in need of improving its image as a reliable country needed by the Western alliance for maintaining peace and security in the world. After World War II, Turkey wished to be an equal partner ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... At that time the Atlantic Pact members denied Turkey s request, as the European members were reluctant to expand their commitments to the eastern Mediterranean. They saw the function of NATO as the defense of Western Europe, which did not include Turkey. Britain wanted Turkey to be the cornerstone of a Middle East defense plan, which the Britain had been following since the end of the war. Although the Turkish government had been frustrated by that decline, they made their second application a week after sending Turkish Brigade to Korea. For the second time, Turkey was not admitted to the NATO. A year after of Turkish Brigade deployment to Korea in October 1951 North Security Council accepted Turkey s application and Turkey joined the Alliance in February ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Case Analysis Of Hartalega 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Hartalega s Business Activities and Performance Hartalega Holdings Berhad was founded by Kuan Kam Hon in 1988. Starting from a one line operation and now it is developed into a sizeable company with 91 production lines (Hartalega, n.d.). It engages in manufacturing, retailing and wholesaling of latex and nitrile gloves in Malaysia, rest of Asia, North America, South America, Europe and Australia. It provides the products for industrial, healthcare and laboratory markets ( Company Overview , n.d.). The company has 6,600 employees across 8 manufacturing facilities and it has the ability to produce 30 billion gloves a year (Hartalega, n.d.). For the second quarter ended September 2017, the net profit of Hartalega Holdings Berhad increased by 59.2% from RM ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the evidence, the annual sales growth rate was 14.3% over a period of five years (Hartalega Holdings Berhad, 2017). Hartalega has innovated many products and process innovation. Therefore, Hartalega can maintain a solid client base, and increasing the market share. The sales volume of Hartalega have good growth in this few years, and also have concentrate to the customer s needs to achieve the new markets. The total sales volume of Hartalega for the period under review grew by 24% to over 19 billion pieces, of which nitrile gloves amounted to 93% of the total. North America and Europe were our primary markets; there are 57% and 25% of rubber glove exports (Hartalega Holdings Berhad, 2017). Hartalega has the vision to care, share and create the benefit for the environment, community, marketplace and workplace. Hartalega has the high creativity and innovative in the products such as inventing the world s first lightweight nitrile glove, and also the first industry use empty oil palm fruit bunches in the biomass fuel made in production processes (Hartalega Holdings Berhad, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Area Of Refuge Research Paper What is it? Area of refuge can be defined as a space that could be served as accessible means of egress. The distance maximum to an area is in accordance with International Building code that mentions 6 net square feet per occupant which should be readily available to move across smoke barrier in fire emergency. Areas of refuge can be separated with 2 hour rating construction. Area of refuge can have one vertical exit with door to remain unlocked so that it can be served as refuge when occupied which should be adequate in size. How does it work? The NY Code have mentioned in there code that stairways along with elevators can be designated to refuge with accessed means of egress. The building is provided with refuge area equipped with automatic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Design Presentation Essay DESIGN DOCUMENTATION Title of project: Drone Department of Computer Systems Engineering FACULTY OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY TSHWANE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY COURESE DETAILS: COURSE: INTELLIGENT INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS SUBJECT CODE: IDC30BT SUBMISSION DATE: 02 November 2016 LECTURER: Mr Muwanguzi STUDENT DETAILS: SURNAME INITIALS: Mokone O.P STUDENT NUMBER: 212209376 EMAIL ADDRESS: mokoneOP@outlook.com CONTACT NUMBERS: 081 474 4801 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 3 SYSTEMS OVERVIEW 3 DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS 3 ASSUMPTIONS AND DEPENDENCIES 3 Related software or hardware 3 End user characteristics 4 General Constraints 4 GOALS AND GUIDELINES 4 Architectural Strategies 5
  • 9. System Architecture 5 Subsystem Architecture 5 Detailed System Design 6 DETAILED SUBSYSTEM DESIGN 6 CONCLUSION 6 GLOSSARY 6 BIBLIOGRAPHY 6 INTRODUCTION This provides the overall guidance to the architecture of the project along with details regarding the performance, design and interface. The drone helps in lessening human activity in media production, surveillance and other duties. The major purpose of this drone is to work as an environment monitor, with added features that includes photo capturing. It will offer easy, reliable service for monitoring the environment by recording the temperature/weather readings while taking pictures of the current condition. Our main objective is to provide good ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Cyanide Overflow Incident At The Baia Mare Gold Mine Introduction Cyanide overflow incident at the Baia Mare gold mine in Romania caused the death of hundreds tons of fish and other animals, contaminated a major European hydrological system (Anke, 2000), affected the environment, and endangered water supplies in Romania and neighbor countries (Kohl, 2000). This study reviewed the causes and environmental impacts of the incident, major sources and the pathways of the cyanide contaminant. Moreover, it summarized the toxicological endpoints in animals and the interventions to control the disaster. Baia Mare mine location and incident Figure 1: Source: http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/1145000/images/_1146979_rivers300.gif The Baia Mare gold mine is located in North Western of Romania, near major European hydrological system, nearby Lapus River, an affluent of the Somes River in Hungary, which is a Tisza River affluent. The Tisza River is a main affluent of the Danube River, which feeds the Black Sea after Crossing Serbia and edging Bulgaria in the south and South East of Romania (ME 2000 2008). On January 30th, 2000 a 25 m length dam of cyanide waste from the Maia Mare gold mine, managed by Aurul, and was a joint venture of the Esmeralda Exploration, an Australian mine company, and the Romanian government, overflowed and broke, releasing its pollutants nearby, in the Szamos Lapus River. The pollution extended to distances over 800 km into other rivers downstream in about 2 to 3 weeks, killing tons of fish, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. The Development Of E Sports Cheolhyun Choi Renaissance of esports The development of e sports maybe due to game developer s effort and many supporters however, it is mainly due to celebrities. Out of all e sports celebrities, there are few celebrities who led to renaissance of the field. Lim yo hwan and hong jin ho, they started to lead the field by winning numerous amount of tournaments with their incredible skills. Unfortunately, as the time pass by, people lost their interest on Starcraft, yet esports have not met its end yet. Nowadays, with new game League of Legend and one of the popular progamer Faker is still leading the Renaissance of e sports. These celebrities, with their passion and skill in their field were large enough to influence others to also become passionate of their field and eventually brought renaissance of esports. Definition of celebrity is very well known to people in 21th century. Celebrities are people who are extremely popular in their field usually with their unique skill. Celebrities existed from very long time ago, but came much closer to us every since media has developed. Media made us to know more about much broad topic and associated people. Most well known celebrities, such as Kanye West became popular with his music. Musicians, however, were also popular from very old times, on the other hand, esports have impacted by countlessly by the media. If there was no media, esports could not survive until today, and could not be successful as today. With media, esports was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Application Architecture And Software Specifications For... Contents 1. Exec Summary 3 2. Summary / Review of Old System 3 3. Proposed System Technical Requirements Specifications 4 4. Hardware / Software Specifications and Cost Analysis 5 5. Design Plan 7 5.1 Design the environment 7 5.2 Design application architecture and software 7 5.3 Design system interfaces 7 5.4 Design user interfaces 7 5.5 Design the database 7 5.6 Design system controls and security 7 6. Component Diagram Design 8 7. Package Diagram Design 9 8. Network Diagram 10 9. Menu Hierarchies and Storyboards design 11 10. Conclusions 11 11. Recommendations 11 12. References 11 13. Appendices 11 1. Exec Summary This report provides a brief of the existing system and the possible upgrading options for the Spring Breaks R Us Travel Service. SBRU is currently providing online booking service to the students who want to travel on their spring break. It has an existing website through which student can view the resorts located in different part of the country and can book them accordingly. However, they want to upgrade their current system so that they can attract more students in coming days. The goal of this report is to find out the possibilities that SBRU can do to enhance its services between the students so that they will draw the attention of more students to visit on their linked resorts. This report also focuses on functionality design of the proposed upgradation that SBRU is considering at the moment. They are planning to add following features on the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Grow Spinach Indoors Lab Report How to grow spinach indoors Title: Growing Spinach Indoors in Containers Meta description: Spinach grows easily indoors in containers, provided it has a reasonable amount of light and is planted in good soil. Click here to find out the details. Spinach is a cool weather crop which does well growing indoors in containers. However, most varieties of spinach need the cool temperatures of spring and fall, or they bolt and develop a bitter taste. When you grow spinach indoors, keep the containers in an area with mild temperatures, and you will be harvesting tasty and nutritious leafy greens in as little as 40 days. Selecting an Indoor Site for Growing Spinach Spinach likes cool temperatures in the range of 50º 80ºF (10º to 27ºC), and this is true even if you are growing ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Choose an indoor growing site for spinach with at least six hours of sun, or, put the plants under a grow lamp for six or more hours a day. Selecting a Container for Growing Spinach Indoors Full grown spinach plants are not very large, and you can grow one or two plants successfully in 1 gallon (3.8 liter) pots, or you can use a larger container and grow more plants together. If you are growing your spinach to full size, give each plant a minimum of 6 square inches (15 square cm) of space in the container. If you prefer baby spinach, you can plant the seeds or [link u=spinach seedlings]seedling[/link] at 2 to 3 inches (5 to 7.6cm) apart. Fill the container with a good quality potting mix or garden soil mixed with compost or decomposed manure, because spinach requires a nutrient rich soil. Be sure your container has drainage holes in the bottom, and place the container on a water catchment tray. Caring for Spinach Indoors [link u=growing spinach]Growing spinach[/link] indoors requires much the same care as growing it outdoors, except indoors, spinach plants have more protection against pests like slugs and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Summary Of Nathan Jergenson s The IRL Fetish In the article The IRL Fetish by Nathan Jergenson, is a powerful essay that demonstrates the idea of this so called Fetish that we have with technology today. Within this essay Jergenson uses specific word choice in his essay to strengthen his argument about being connected. He uses quotes from other speakers and writers to get his points acrossed about this fetish that we have in our society right now. Finally, Jergenson also talks about the little victories that we have with technology, like logging off , and the irrational fear that we have about being disconnected. Jergenson uses very important vocabulary in his writing of this essay. He uses terms like fetish, digital dualism, and Myopic. The title of this essay is The IRL ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 127). He digs at the fact that she has many more experiences then us normal/ middle class people. We then can infer that he was talking about how some people it s easy for them to disconnect because they have such a lavish lifestyle to keep in touch with. I also agree with Jengenson argument because not everyone has a great life, sometimes social media is there escape or safe haven from the troubles and stresses of the real world. I for one have been guilty of going to the digital world when I m having a hard time in the real world. By logging on I tend to forget about what happening in the real world and flock to things that will be the complete opposite of how things are in the real world. Jengenson also makes a point about how people are proud to be logged off. And I 100% agree with him. I for one have been guilty of being proud for not using my phone, at things like the being at dinner table, holidays, and hanging out with friends and family. For the most part I do have my phone out because sometimes funny things happen to me at dinner or with the family, so it is very hard not to be tempted to catch something and share it with my friends and family on social media. One week I went to a leadership camp in the summer and to attend we had to agree to leave all technology at home, for a full week. Now I know that sounds pathetic but it ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Bbc3 Unit 9 Final Project 12 year old BBC3TV s trust company has approved the plan to make the channel an online only entity. Due to BBC3TV s failing revenue, the the BBC Corporation will essentially be saving about £30m ($46m) a year. The channel, which was targeted towards the 16 to 34 year old demographic, was unable to do so. In its first major decision since Rona Fairhead was appointed as chair of the trust last September, the regulator recognised the clear long term potential in moving online, but admitted there were clear concerns about the loss of services to the key age group, as well as the BBC s ability to try out new ideas and develop new talent. Alternately, the trust rejected another proposal to launch a new BBC1+1 channel in place of BBC3 because ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The BBC must also promise to continue taking risks on new talent and ideas of the sort that BBC3 has been successful in developing . Under BBC proposals, the budget for entertainment and features such as reality television shows will be scrapped, while the bulk of the remaining reduced budget of £30m will be spent on drama and serious factual such as Murdered by My Boyfriend. The budget for personality led entertainment such as Jack Whitehall and his Dad will be halved, while scripted comedy including series like Cuckoo will see a 25% budget cut to about £10m. Factual entertainment programme Don t Tell the Bride is to move to BBC1 as part of the plans. A letter sent to Fairhead and the BBC director general, Tony Hall, in June organised by two leading independent television producers and signed by 750 stars, including Whitehall, Olivia Colman, Daniel Radcliffe, Game of Thrones star Lena Headey and Poldark s Aidan Turner, argued against the plans. The corporation had intended to replace the BBC3 TV channel with a one hour time shifted version of BBC1, a move that concerned commercial rivals, branding it a ratings driven ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Is Euthanasia Wrong An assisted dying law would not result in more people dying, but in fewer people suffering (Selby). Euthanasia, also known as physician assisted death is the painless killing of a patient suffering from an incurable and painful disease or in an irreversible coma (Nordqvist). There are many famous cases involving euthanasia. For example, on April 15, 1975, Karen Ann Quinlan lost consciousness after mixing alcohol and the drug Valium, restricting oxygen to her brain( Karen Ann Quinlan ). After several weeks, doctors at St. Clare s Hospital in Denville, New Jersey, say she is in a persistent vegetative state, with irreversible brain damage ( Karen Ann Quinlan ). In August, her parents asked doctors to remove their daughter s respirator. This was the first case of physician assisted death. Another right to die case involved Terri Schiavo. In February of 1990,at the age of 26, Terri Schiavo collapsed at home and oxygen was cut off to her brain for several minutes (Lynne). More recently, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... All doctors take an oath known as the Hippocratic Oath at the beginning of their career stating that they will do whatever they can for a patient in order to help them, but helping is not always keeping them alive. Ending a person s life upon request with a purposeful goal is hardly a malicious act, therefore it is inaccurate to compare euthanasia to murder (Starks et al.). Another issue that many people see in physician assisted death is that it gives doctors too much power. However, the only power that it gives them is to fulfill someone s final wishes. Another valid point is that vital organs can be saved. There is a long list of people that are in need of a kidney, lung, heart, and liver transplant. However, with physician assisted death the organs can be preserved and be transplanted to someone who has been long waiting for a transplant (Messerli). Once again, we have to put the needs of the living before the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Walter Lee Younger s Characteristics Walter Lee Youngers Characteristics In the 1920 s, many African American families had left the southern states and migrated north to Chicago s South Side in search of the American Dream , dreaming of freedom, equality, and the opportunity that was supposed to be available to every American. This American Dream was sought by many African Americans in the U.S. Written by Lorraine Hansberry and produced in 1959, The play: A Raisin in the Sun, gave readers a strong meaning about the values of dreams and the struggles in fulfilling them. Unlike other plays that contain one main character, A Raisin in the Sun consisted of having two main characters: Walter and Mama. The audience may find that one of the main characters from the play, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... You see, this little liquor store we got in mind costs $75,000 and we figured the initial investment on the place be bout $30,000, see. That be $10,000 each. Course, there s a couple of hundred you got to pay so s you don t spend your life just waiting for them clowns to get your license approved., (1.1, 1133). Walter believes that investing in the liquor store, will earn his family a fortune. However, the reader is likely to feel that he is being inconsiderate by failing to acknowledge that the money does not belong to him, it belongs to Mama and should be up to her how to spend it. Furthermore, Walter acts selfishly and is inconsiderate of what his mother wants. An example of Walter acting selfishly is located towards the end of Act I, scene II. It is Saturday, and Walter has just returned home from work. He is only concerned of the checks arrival; he fails to greet his family. He tries showing Mama the paperwork that his friend Willy put together for the liquor store, and becomes upset that Mama wanted nothing to do with his plans and had refused to even look at the papers he showed her. Sarcastically he tells Mama, Oh so you don t aim to have to speak on that again? So you have decided . . Well you tell that to my boy tonight when you put him to sleep on the living room couch . . . Yeah and tell it to my wife, Mama, tomorrow when she has to go out of here and look after somebody else s kids. And tell it to me, Mama, every time we ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Personal Identity In Adolescence Human development is a perpetual process that commences with our conception and proceeds until the point where we breathe our last breath. While we remain more stagnant during certain times of our lives, there are others that are loaded with rapid change. One of these periods is adolescence, in which teenagers develop psychosocially, cognitively, and morally. They must undergo these dramatic changes that set a frame for the rest of their lives. From a psychosocial perspective, Erik Erikson illustrated diverse stages of life as sundry circumstances of contention. The conflict for adolescence is identity versus role confusion. He believed this was the duration when humans must decipher our identity and have a strong feeling of self. We explore through different gregarious relationships and may endeavor different roles. To be successful in this stage of development, however, we must find our personal identity. Psychology.about.com. This journey for a firm identity along with the cognitive and moral maturation adolescents experience all play an integral part in how young teenagers decipher who they are going to be and what their notions are. They are maturing in their coherent considering, their identity, and their moral credence s. These variable are largely present or developing amid experiences students will have as they come of age. It may be their advent of age experience that authentically solidifies their moral development, or that helps them nail down precisely who ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Toyota s Supply Chain System Essay The Toyota Motor Corporation was founded in Japan in 1937 by Kiichiro Toyoda (Abdulmalek Rajgopal, 2007, p. 225). It was an offshoot of his father s company, Toyota Industries, and Kiichiro purposed it to create automobiles. Today, Toyota is involved in designing, manufacturing and assembling motor vehicles for sale around the globe. As of March 31st, 2014, Toyota had 338,875 employees from all around the world (Toyota, 2015). Some of Toyota s most popular brands are the Lexus series, Prius, Camry, Noah and the Corolla (Toyota, 2015). It is currently the most valuable automotive brand in the world, and in October 2014, it was ranked the best automotive brand worldwide for the 11th year in a row. This paper aims will explore the motor vehicle industry as it is today, the rise of Toyota as an international brand with respect to how it penetrated the American market, a detailed look at Toyota s supply chain system and the role it had to play in its success, the Toyota Learning Principles, and the v4L Framework, the biggest competitors it faces in today s industry and conclude with how it gives back to the community. The automotive industry as it is today is the home of numerous competing brands. Some of these dominant brands include Mercedes, Volkswagen, BMW, Subaru and Nissan, with a vast array of motor vehicles for different uses. Automotive manufacturers faced rough business conditions in final four years of the first decade of the 2000 s due to the sharp increase in fuel ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. India s Tobacco Advertising Ban India s Tobacco Advertising Ban The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that worldwide, five million tobacco users die annually and estimates that one million Indians die each year prematurely from tobacco use (2015). As late at 2009, India was the world s second largest consumer and third largest producer of tobacco (Economist, 2009, p. 5). In an attempt to reduce consumption, India introduced its first adverting ban on tobacco in 1990, followed in 2003 by the Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Act (COTPA) to close loopholes and further regulate tobacco adverting. This paper examines the arguments for and against these advertising bans and explores whether or not tobacco creates a conflict of interest when governments profit from the tobacco industry. For the Ban The most compelling reason to ban tobacco advertising is the growing body of evidence linking tobacco ads to increased tobacco use, particularly children. Studies following a 1998 settlement prohibiting U.S. tobacco companies from targeting American youth have shown a steady decline, with the lowest levels in forty years of teenage smoking reported in 2015. Despite COTPA, Indian youth s exposure to cigarette advertising has increased in part because of aggressive point of sale marketing, promotional support of music and sporting events, through social media, and smoking portrayed in Bollywood films. Multiple authorities agree that a ban on tobacco advertising has to be all encompassing and free from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Trials And Tribulations, By Helen Keller Trials and Tribulations According to Helen Keller, Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved. That quote is seared into my brain, along with the quote and picture of her. I can still vividly recall it in my 9th grade homeroom, adjacent to the generic Dream to Achieve poster. Every weekday I would wake up at 5:00am, take a shower, get dressed, put on my tie, and go to school. I would eat breakfast in the car to maximize my sleep. I would then go to class, and eat a hearty lunch. After school I would attend the daily FCA meeting, prior to going to football practice. I felt like a member of an ant colony, sticking to my mundane routine, but ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... On this day I didn t wake up at precisely 5:00am, but rather slept in. When I did awaken, I rushed to the kitchen, bellowing, My alarm didn t go off. Marla, my mother greeted me with her calm, maternal voice professing, Yes I know, I unplugged it last night. As she told me to sit down, across from my father, I saw distraught in his eyes. They sat me down, and told me that I would have to transfer schools next year due to the detrimental economic toll my father s cancer treatment had upon us. The next day in school wasn t mundane; I didn t feel like a member of an ant colony, my thoughts were all over the place, discombobulated. In homeroom, tired, fading in and out of morning announcements I noticed a poster of Helen Keller pertaining to suffering. At that moment I realized that my emotional suffering could not parallel to the physical and emotional suffering my father was experiencing. As time progressed I learned to adapt to my new environment, making new friends, along with keeping ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. The 13 Colonies The English explorer John Smith said No man will go from [England] to have less freedom . In 1607, John Smith established the first colony at Jamestown, Virginia, It became the first permanent English settlement in North America, and first of 13 English colonies that won independence from England and became the first 13 states of the United States of America. A colony is land controlled by foreign nation. In the 17th century, many European nations had colony in America as well as other part of the world. Each of colonies was established for different purpose. It is written on the text book that, The 13 colonies that eventually became the United States were founded in different ways and for different reasons. Virginia was founded by a private trading company. Some colonies, such as Pennsylvania, were founded by individual proprietors [proprietor: a person who owned a colony as a result of receiving a land grant from the king] , or owners, who received large land grants from the king. New York was originally founded by the Dutch and later captured by the British. The New England colonies were started by English Protestants called Puritans because they wanted to purify the Church of England. They wanted to create a city upon a hill, a more perfect society based on their religious beliefs. Georgia began as a home for the poor and for criminals found guilty of not paying their debts. (1) John Smith was born January 1580, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. The Progression Of Vaccination It is perceived to be a social standard in society to uphold high beliefs in vaccinations. Medical professionals as well as historic scientific research support the progression of immunization and its historical triumph against infection and disease. For example, English physician Edward Jenner pioneered the smallpox vaccine, which opened the doors for more ventures into the world of vaccinations. Due to the advancement in technology of the 21st century, we are able to address more diseases and create new components for vaccines to help find innovative ways to distribute them and test effectiveness. The progress in science has always been the driving force for the development and improvement of an effective vaccine. With the second golden age ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Strategic Thinking U.S. Army War College Carlisle, PAAY13 NICIAS: A Classic Study in Strategic Thinking BY Julius A. Rigole LTC, USAA guided response paper presented to the faculty of the U.S. Army War College, in partial satisfaction of the requirements of the Theory of War and Strategy (TWS) course. The contents of this paper reflect my own personal views and are not necessarily endorsed by the U.S. Army War College or the Department of the Army. 7 September 2012 STS, Seminar 25 Root Hall, A 232 Faculty Instructors Col David Arrieta, USF COL Rand Binford, USA Mr. Michael Neiberg, PhD Of all the Athenian leaders during the time of the Sicily invasion, Nicias possessed the clearest vision and a demonstrated ability to think ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Sicily is too far away and too numerous to be ruled even if conquered . Nicias recognized the complex nature of the expedition. In order to succeed, the expedition had to assemble a huge armada and army that required support from the entire Athenian empire (food, money, forces, etc). The logistical difficulties to support the expedition alone may be enough to cause it to fail. Additionally, the far distance between Athens and Sicily would complicate their ability to provide reinforcement. One of Nicias s main objections to the Sicily Expedition was its Ambiguity. The decision to invade Sicily fundamentally violated their grand strategy for war with Sparta. The supporters for the expedition had presented no clearly defined objective, or displayed just intent for the expedition, this he feared would lead to mission creep. The pretenses of the expedition were to assist an ally that grew to an offensive operation against Syracuse. In reality, it was a scheme by avarice individuals who saw an opportunity to expand the empire, while enriching themselves. The conquest of Sicily posed no vital interest to Athens. The Egestaenas seek help, from their alliance with Athens, for their war against Selinus; they warned of potential Syracusan domination of Sicily and aid to Sparta. Nicias argued that Syracuse, as is, posed no threat to the Athenians interest, and even if it took over ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. W.E.B. Du Bois Essay W.E.B. Du Bois Few men have influenced the lives of African Americans as much as William Edward Burghardt (W.E.B.) Du Bois is considered more of a history maker than a historian(Aptheker, The Historian ). Dr. Du Bois conducted the initial research on the black experience in the United States. Civil rights leaders such as Martin Luther King Jr. have referred to Du Bois as a father of the Civil Rights Movement. Du Bois conducted the initial research on the black experience in the United States, and paved the way for the Pan African and Black Power movements. This paper will describe his life, work, influence in the black community, and much publicized civil dispute with another black leader, Booker T. Washington. Du Bois was born ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The same year the dissertation was published, Du Bois began to teach Latin, Greek, German, and English at Wilberforce University in Ohio. After teaching for several years, Du Bois conducted an exhaustive study of the social and economic conditions of urban blacks in Philadelphia in 1896 and 1897. The results were published in the Philadelphia Negro (1899). This was the first sociological text on a black community published in the United States. In 1897 Du Bois moved to Atlanta University, where he taught economics and history for more than a decade. His most widely acclaimed work, The Souls of Black Folk (1903) was published during his time in Atlanta. With The Souls of Black Folk, Du Bois had begun to challenge the leadership of Booker T. Washington, a fellow educator who was then the most influential and admired black in the United States. Washington, who had faith in the future of his race in the country, believed that hard work, patience, and self pride would build their character and eventually earn them their civil rights. This is evident in Washington s The Future of the American Negro. He shows the impatient extremists within the Negroes of the North whose ill considered, incendiary utterances tend to add to the burdens of our people in the South rather than relieve them. ( Washington, Discovering Authors) During the Atlanta Exposition, Washington gave a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Summary Of The Vignette On Destablia On review of the operation design products from the vignette on Destablia, I noted the proposition to discriminately target perpetrators of disruptive behavior. Another point I found related was the agricultural training and education to be provided to improve farming practices and crop yields. In a country with problematic government instability, it stands to reason the military is not highly trained nor possessing high moral and ethical standards that would allow discriminate targeting of disruptors. I believe that military training and education should be a precursor to any additional crackdown , discriminate or not. The operational design products within Schmidt s model provide understanding and input to the next step within the process. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Analysis Of The Film Whale Rider Throughout the film Whale Rider, many characters address the ancient custom that only males can ascend to chiefdom in the Maori tribe. In the film, the culture and traditions are extremely important to the Maori tribe, especially the elders. Koro is blind to the potential his granddaughter holds because he holds onto the ancient traditions dearly. The movie Whale Rider deals with a hybrid culture, and some characters have a harder time transitioning than others. In the film, the audience sees the biggest struggle during this transition with one of the elders, Koro. Throughout the film Whale Rider, Koro resists cultural change and this has a major impact on his life because he pushes his son and granddaughter away and then tries to lead a traditional school that leaves Koro physically ill. In the movie Whale Rider, Koro resists cultural changes and pushes away his son, Porokangi because of it. He begins to do this when Porokangi was younger. Koro pushed his son to be the leader because he is the first born male and it is a tradition in their family. Porokangi shows this while talking to Paikea, he says, You know, your Koro, did the same thing to me. Implying that Koro believed so much that he was going the new leader. Koro is now disappointed in Porokangi because he did not live up to the standards that he set. Koro set the same standards for his grandson before he was born. Doing this pushed Porourangi away further. In the hospital after Porokangi wife dies, Koro comes to the hospital and walks in while his son is grieving the loss of his wife. Koro says nothing except, where s the boy? This causes an argument with Porokangi and his father because all Koro wanted the boy to become the leader. After this confrontation, Porokangi leaves for the first time and leaves his daughter with Koro. When Porokangi comes back, Koro insults his work by saying, you call it work? It s not work. It s souvenirs. Koro insults his work because he believes that Porokangi should be at home continuing the traditions. This argument with Porokangi and Koro causes Porokangi to leave again, this time taking Paikea with him. Throughout the movie, Whale Rider Koro resists cultural changes and pushes away his granddaughter, Paikea. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Boeing 787 Dreamliner Global Production, Outsourcing, and Logistics Chapter Outline OPENING CASE: Building the Boeing 787 INTRODUCTION STRATEGY, PRODUCTION AND LOGISTICS WHERE TO PRODUCE Country Factors Management Focus: Philips in China Technological Factors Product Factors Locating Production Facilities THE STRATEGIC ROLE OF FOREIGN FACTORIES Management Focus: Hewlett Packard in Singapore OUTSOURCING PRODUCTION: MAKE OR BUY DECISIONS The Advantages of Make The Advantages of Buy Trade offs Strategic Alliances with Suppliers MANAGING A GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN The Role of Just in Time Inventory The Role of Information Technology and the Internet ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... ANSWER 2: Boeing ran into problems with its global supply chain when suppliers failed to deliver parts on schedule. Many students will probably suggest that if Boeing wants to string together a supply chain consisting of unrelated companies located in various parts of the world, it need to make management of that supply chain a top priority. Boeing was contending with various types of problems including poor quality components, incorrect installation of parts, secondary outsourcing, and so on. Students will probably suggest that if Boeing had been on top of these types of issues earlier in the process, it might have been in a better position to take steps to mitigate their effect on the entire supply chain. Teaching Tip: To learn more about Boeing go to {http://www.boeing.com/}. Lecture Note: To extend this discussion, consider {http://www.businessweek.com/bwdaily/dnflash/content/sep2007/db2007095_956348.htm?
  • 29. chan=search}and {http://www.businessweek.com/bwdaily/dnflash/content/apr2008/db2008043_948354.htm? chan=search}. Chapter Outline with Lecture Notes, Video Notes, and Teaching Tips Introduction A) In this chapter we look at five questions: Where in the world should productive activities be located? What should be the long term strategic role of foreign production sites? Should the firm own foreign production activities, or is it better to outsource those ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. The Importance Of Reflective Leadership Reflective learning is important as it allows one to realize their strengths and weaknesses, develop self awareness, understand how you learn, and plan your own development (University of Kent, 2012). According to Barbour (2013), reflective practice is the cyclic process of internally examining and exploring an issue of concern, triggered by an experience, which creates and clarifies meaning in terms of self, existing knowledge, and experience; resulting in a changed conceptual perceptive and practice (p. 7). This allows us to better understand ourselves so that we can grow and develop. There are ten complexity principles that help leaders thrive in the environment of chaos and complexity. Moreover, leaders need to qualities of courage and will to be effective. There are several leadership assessment surveys that one can take to learn more about themselves in order to understand areas of strengths and areas where growth is needed. Complexity Principles Reflection According to Porter O Grady and Malloch (2018), the principles of complexity theory largely determine how best to help others own their own change, undertake the right change processes, and understand the new rules of engagement in this postindustrial age (p. 53). These principles state that leaders should be able to see the bigger picture and understand the broad purpose of an organization, the importance of the point of service and the interrelationships of an organization, and how impactful value, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. The Cloning of Dolly (Sheep) The Cloning of Dolly (Sheep) Natural Sciences FES 150 Table of Contents INTRODUCTION 3 WHAT IS CLONING? 3 THERAPEUTIC CLONING 3 REPRODUCTIVE CLONING 5 RECOMBINANT CLONING 6 THE BIRTH OF DOLLY (SHEEP) 7 ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE WORLD 8 DOLLY S FAMILY 9 WAS DOLLY ALREADY OLD AT BIRTH? 9 DOLLY S ARTHRITIS 9 DOLLY S FINAL ILLNESS 10 WHY WAS DOLLY IMPORTANT? 11 WHAT IS THE LONGTERM SIGNIFICANCE OF DOLLY? 11 DOLLY S FACT SHEET 12 REFERENCES 13 INTRODUCTION The possibility of human cloning, raised when Scottish scientists at Roslin Institute created the much celebrated sheep Dolly (Nature 385, 810 13, 1997), aroused worldwide interest and concern because of its scientific implications. A Science ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... That will also be true if the egg comes from the nucleus donor s mother, because mitochondria are inherited maternally. Multiple clones might also be produced by transferring identical nuclei to eggs from a single donor. If the somatic cell nucleus and the egg come from different individuals, they will not be identical to the nuclear donor because the clones will have somewhat different mitochondrial genes. Cloning by embryo splitting. This procedure begins with in vitro fertilization (IVF): the union outside the woman s body of a sperm and an egg to generate a zygote. The zygote (from here onwards also called an embryo) divides into two and then four identical cells. At this stage, the cells can be separated and allowed to develop into separate but identical blastocysts, which can then be implanted in a uterus. The limited developmental potential of the cells means that the procedure cannot be repeated, so embryo splitting can yield only two identical mice and probably no more than four identical humans. The DNA in embryo splitting is contributed by germ cells from two individuals the mother who contributed the egg and the father who contributed the sperm. Thus, the embryos, like those formed naturally or by standard IVF, have two parents. Their mitochondrial DNA is identical. Because this method of cloning is identical with the natural formation of monozygotic twins and, in rare cases, even quadruplets, it is not discussed in detail in this ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Holocaust Essays Question 1 When did the Holocaust begin? I. January 1933 Hitler sworn in as the chancellor of Germany A. Whereas before it was only a plan (one which people though Hitler would forgo when actually in office) was now set into motion. B. April of the same year would see the beginning of Hitler s implementation of such anti Semitic legislation, starting with the prohibition of Jews from the Civil Service. II. November 1935 Nuremberg Laws enacted A. Jews are now subject to a myriad of prohibitions, aimed at their disemancipation. B. Anti Semitism takes on a legislative form III. November 1938 Kristallnacht A. 7500 Jewish businesses destroyed B. 267 shuls burned ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... October 1941 All Jewish emigration is prohibited out of German occupied territory E. However, Transfer Agreement was enacted in which Jews could buy German products, ship them to Palestine and sell them through the Jewish Agency there. 1. Through this agreement, over 50,000 Jews immigrated to Palestine. Question 3 Jewish Responses to Nazi Law I. Stages of Anti Jewish Laws A. There were three stages: 1. Removal from Public Life a. Removal from entertainment and press (1933) 2. Anti Semitism as Policy of State a. Expelling Jewish Immigrants (1934) b. Nuremberg Laws (1935) 3. Deemancipation a. Out of Economic Life (1938) b. Ousted from Public Schools (1938) II. Jewish Reactions as the needs arose due to various legislation, the Jews responded in various ways. A. April 1933 the Central Committee for Help and Reconstruction coordinated welfare activities B. September 17, 1933, the National Representation of the German Jews political representation C. Jewish organizations focused on social work and aid to the needy. D. They established a Jewish educational system for children who had been ousted from the German educational system E. Disseminated information about various countries of destination, and they offered language and vocational ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Autoimmune Hepatitis Disease Autoimmune Hepatitis Autoimmune hepatitis is a disease in which the system in the body that fights off disease (immune system) attacks the liver and causes it to become inflammed. Without treatment this condition gets worse. It can last for years and lead to scarring of the liver (cirrhosis) and liver failure. CAUSES The cause of this condition is not known. RISK FACTORS This condition is more likely to develop in: Females. People between the ages of 15 and 40. SYMPTOMS Symptoms of this condition include: Fatigue (common). A yellowish color to the skin, the whites of the eyes, and mucous membranes (jaundice). Itching. Rash. Joint pain. Discomfort in the abdomen. Nausea. Loss of appetite. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. dozier hedging Dozier Hedging Alternatives Forward Market Hedge: Dozier would purchase U.S. dollars under a forward contract. The contract would obligate Dozier to pay £1,057,500 in exchange for £1,057,500 x 1.4198 $/£ = $1,501,438.50 assuming the transaction was at the quoted 3 month forward rate in Exhibit 4. Relative to the value of the contract at the current exchange rate, £1,057,500 x 1.4370 $/£ = $1,519,627.50 Dozier would accepting a reduction in the revenue from the contract of $1,519,627.50 $1,501,438.50 = $18,198.00 or $18,198 / $1,519,627.50 = 1.20% Money Market Hedge: In this case, Dozier would borrow an amount of British pounds that would obligate Dozier to a principal and interest payment in three months that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Think of this in general as X/Y. So, the money market formula is, in general, (X interest rate Y interest rate) / (1. + Y interest rate) or, in shorthand, (X Y) /(1 + Y) So if you were using a yen/dollar quote for the exchange rate, you would have yen rate minus dollar rate divided by one plus dollar rate. Note that none of this really solves Dozier s problem; but there is a theory that in well functioning markets, the results from the two formulas should be equal. In other words, it shouldn t make a difference whether you hedge in the forward market or in the money market. However this theory is based on comparing apples to apples. Here the apples are the financial instruments whose interest rates we are comparing. Our interest rate calculation is based on the cost of a UK bank loan to Dozier compared to rate on a bank CD. The theory works a bit better if you use the Eurodollar rate and the Europound rate in Exhibit 4, but even these are not precisely similar instruments. However, there is another use for the formulas. Banks use them in pricing forward contracts! Suppose that we set the two formulas equal to each other and do some rearrangements using my X/Y approach to stay general and to remind us what we are doing. We can get the following result, solving for the forward rate: Forward rate = Spot rate x (1 + X interest rate) / (1 + Y interest rate) Remember the rule is X over Y. When ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. The Doctor Of Nursing Practice ( Dnp ) Program Since the capstone project started early on beginning of the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program, I was able to discuss and work personally with Dr. Spicer as my practice mentor in selecting the appropriate topic for my project. Dr. Spicer was very involved in choosing my second option for new capstone project # 1 related to simulation lab and faculty teaching and learning. The patient simulation laboratory (SIM lab) uses state of the art equipment that provides students and faculty with the opportunity to tackle real life scenarios in a safe and supported environment. Further, I learned that active learning involves the faculty through participation and investment in exploring content knowledge in all phases of the learning process. It requires educational activities that provide faculty with the opportunity to engage actively in courses and respond to the learning situation. My initial problem was my capstone project # 3 on how can a charge nurse help patient s family cope and avoid the effects of ICU decisions that could lead to post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? I was informed by Dr. Spicer that the initial approval of capstone #3 may have legal consequences per legal department for Kaiser Permanente because of contract issue that would cause further delay in my advancement in the DNP program. He further advised me to contact my academic mentor Dr. Carrion to inquire about changing the approved capstone project. Telephone conference was initiated with Dr. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. One Of Michael Jordan s Greatest Basketball Player Michael Jordan wasn t born a great basketball player. He was given the tools to be an incredible athlete, but it is what he did with those tools that allowed him to become one of the greats. Through his talent, hard work, and determination, Michael Jordan became one of the greatest basketball players of all time. Michael Jordan was born on February 17, 1963 in Brooklyn, New York to his parents Deloris and James Jordan. He had two brothers and two sisters. He and his family soon moved to Wilmington, North Carolina after his birth. At a young age, Michael Jordan excelled at everything he did (Christopher). Michael Jordan attended Laney High School in Wilmington, North Carolina (Johnson). As a sophomore he played quarterback for the junior varsity football team and also ran track. Michael tried out for the varsity basketball, but failed to make the team and had to play his sophomore year on junior varsity (Christopher). Michael was so upset he went home and locked himself in his bedroom. He contemplated giving up basketball all together (Johnson). ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It was not common for Smith to start first year players, but Jordan had an advantage as North Carolina s offense was identical to his high school s basketball team. Michael continued where he left off, being a dominant force on the court. Everyone in college basketball was starting to recognize Michael Jordan. Led by Jordan, James Worthy, and Sam Perkins, North Carolina finished the regular season 24 2. They won the ACC tournament and were number one entering the NCAA tournament. The Tar Heels struggled, but still found their way into the National Championship, where they would be playing star freshmen Patrick Ewing and the Georgetown Hoyas (Christopher). In the game, Michael was called upon to make the game winning shot for the Tar Heels, and he did so calmly as Michael Jordan and the North Carolina Tar Heels were national champions ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Literary Analysis Of The Sun Also Rises The Great War of 1914 1918 had numerous consequences: millions of people died and the world was permanently altered. One of the most significant results of World War 1 was the formation of a lost generation. This term, first coined by author Gertrude Stein in conversation, refers to the young post World War 1 men who were emotionally damaged by the horrors experienced during combat and as a result aimlessly wandered through life with a depressed attitude toward the world ( The Lost Generation 1). Author Ernest Hemingway, who was himself a member of the Lost Generation, perfectly encaptured the post war lifestyle of a WW1 veteran in his novel, The Sun Also Rises. The story is narrated by Jake Barnes, a newspaper writer living in Paris, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Barnes use of alcohol began during the war, while trying to escape the stress of the unknown threats, and continued after the war s conclusion. By drinking, Barnes is able to forget his melancholy post war attitude towards the world. The dependence on alcohol is a side effect of the mental damage Barnes sustained from the war. Drinking is also how Barnes friend Campbell copes with his outlook on the world after the war. After discussing his fiancee, Brett, and her relationship with a bullfighter, Campbell, also a WW1 veteran, exclaims, I think I ll stay rather drunk. This is all awfully amusing, but it s not too pleasant. It s not too pleasant for me (Hemingway 205). In order to deal with the stress of having his fiancee in a relationship with a bullfighter, Campbell decides to drink. He prefers to remain in a state of intoxication because it keeps him from thinking about his relationship issues with Brett and his other problems with the world by giving him a sweet escape. Hemingway s use of the drinking motif, especially shown through Barnes and Campbell, demonstrates how the psychological and emotional damage of the war has caused the Lost Generation to become dependent on alcohol in order to cope with their depressed attitude toward the world. In addition to the drinking motif, Hemingway s writing style conveys the theme of negative views towards the world created from the emotional suffering of World War 1. Throughout ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Rhetorical Analysis Of Oprah Winfrey s Speech On January 7th, 2018, Oprah Winfrey delivered her acceptance speech for the Cecil B. DeMille Award for her outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment at the Golden Globes. She brought the entire audience to their feet and likely invoked the same emotions in the millions of people watching from their televisions at home. She was able to accomplish this by her use of rhetoric in the form of repetition, allusion, and her use of pathos. Throughout her speech, Winfrey used certain words or phrases multiple times in order to emphasize the points she is trying to make. One recurring word she uses is the word truth. She uses this to inspire her audience to stand up for and fight for truth, when she states that speaking your truth is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Roman Polanski s Film, The Pianist Roman Polanski s film The Pianist follows the journey of a Polish Jew named Wladyslaw Szpilman. Szpilman is a pianist who was playing for a Warsaw radio station when the first German bombs fell. Once World War ll begins Szpilman and his family are forced to live in the Warsaw ghetto, but he is later separated from them. At this time Warsaw is surrounded with German soldiers and from this time up until the concentration camp prisoners are released. Hiding in abandoned, run down building Szpilman struggles to survive. While in hiding a German officer Captain Wilm Hosenfeld tells Szpilman to play the piano. The director Roman Polanski intelligently uses key representations of symbolism throughout the film to develop the idea that to survive ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Lighting paired with the overall colour scheme leads the viewers to believe that something not so good may occur soon. Sure enough, this is the scene when the first German bombs are dropped in Warsaw 1939. From here on up until the turning point of the film the lighting is very dark. I think that this is very important, as Polanski has done this in order to exaggerate and evoke emotion within the audience. Another symbolic scene is when Szpilman is hiding in an old abandon building he is approached by a German officer called Wilm Hosenfeld. Hosenfeld orders Szpilman to play the piano, and at this time Hosenfeld s appearance is strong as we see in a close up of Hosenfeld. The room is dark with grey lighting and Szpilman is thin, wearing frayed dark clothing, he has blended in with the lighting and background. But as Szpilman begins to play the piano, a veil of light shines on him. The veil of light then shifts onto Szpilman which portrays him metaphorically as an angel, conveying that he is in a position of power, rather than Hosenfeld, who previously was. This scene in particular with the light on Szpilman is a significant point in the film because it is the turning point. Szpilman is weak, thin and the lighting leading up to this scene is dark, then after this scene the lighting begins to brighten as well as Szpilman s life. Although we, the audience do not think much of the lighting ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Parking Problems At The New Residence Halls Parking on campus is a recurring problem throughout the years, but the most recent of these problems has evolved into a catastrophe for and not so much for others. As the fall term came into place, more and more parking was taken away for the new residence halls. Students regularly admit to hoping other students would hurry and drop some of their classes, or that the students will go ahead and stop coming to lectures so there is more parking available and less of a burden. However, the burden of circling parking lots and the never ending loop of frustrating continues on for the fall term and more is to come with the lack of parking the campus wishes to offer. The OU Daily has released statements in articles concerning the matter. The new residence halls will also provide a parking garage or parking lot in which has a capacity of 1200 1300 parking spots. This is a nice edition for the lack of parking, but the new residence hall took the place of an old parking lot which held the capacity of 500 600 parking spots. Yes, the parking is nearly doubled, but what good will that doubled number do in comparison to the number of students (approximately twenty two times the quantity of parking spaces provided in said lot). The new residence halls may further establish a slightly more extensive parking lot than previously seen on campus, but the couple hundred more spots available is minuscule in comparison to the quantity of students and faculty members at the university. The amount ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Flat Shot Essay Groundstrokes can be hit with topspin or flat. Topspin is when the racket brushes over the top of the ball causing it to spin. This type of stroke is more accurate but it makes the ball bounce when it hits the surface which gives the opponent more time to think before deciding on his own shot. The flat shot however, which is harder to control goes flatter across the net and the court and has hardly any bounce making it harder for the opponent to return accurately but it is also a riskier shot. Sliced forehand and backhand. This is the opposite of a topspin shot. The ball is hit underneath causing it to have a backspin effect as it lands on the court and making it a tricky shot to return. It is a great shot to use to change the pace of the game and to catch an opponent out by giving them a shot that s hard to reach and has a swerving effect at the end. Tennis Serve ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is considered an important weapon of the game. Winning or losing a game can depend on whether a player dominates the serve or not. Failing to place the serve in the right place can mean a player gives away free points to his opponent. This is called committing a double fault. A player has two opportunities per point to place the ball in the correct area across the net or the other player automatically receives a point. Having a weak serve that the other player can return too easily, and aggressively, is also a problem as points will be lost too easily. There are several types of serves such as topspin, topspin slice, flat, slice, kick and many others, all which aim to make it difficult, if not impossible, for the receiver to return the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Analysis Of As I Lay Dying Faulkner s Description of Dewey Dell in As I Lay Dying William Faulkner s phrasing, point of view, and grammar in his polyphonic novel, As I Lay Dying, strategically employs the miserably pessimistic yet juvenile voice of Dewey Dell to characterize her as the novel s naïve victim. The only surviving female in the Bundren family, Faulkner presents the hardships that Dewey Dell must endure. In addition, as an uneducated girl with no guidance, Dewey Dell experiences an uncertainty in many issues that arise in her life. Dewey Dell s diction in As I Lay Dying functions to unravel the novel s deeper themes of suffering and selfishness. Burdened with an illegitimate pregnancy after having sex with Lafe, Dewey Dell grieves alone as she is isolated in her guilt and shame. She views the world as a sickening visceral pile of guts, implying that death is her only relief, furthering the theme of mortality. It is interesting that Dewey Dell also describes her pregnancy as I am a little tub of guts and if there is not any room for anything else important in a big tub of guts, how can it be room in a little tub of guts. (Faulkner 58). Which implies the meaning of birth as a miserable duty, rather than a joyful need. As the novel progresses, Dewey Dell works on past New Hope three miles. That s what they mean by the womb of time: the agony and the despair of spreading bones, the hard girdle in which lie the outraged entrails of events. (Faulkner 121). In the efforts to bury Addie in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. The First Triumvirate The First Triumvirate The first triumvirate was and alliance between three prominent politicians, Crassus, Pompey and Julius Caesar. The Roman historian Livy described the First Triumvirate as a conspiracy against the state by its three leading citizens . The agreement was unofficial and private. It was formed in the summer of 60 59 B.C. The first triumvirate however is a bit misleading in name. Not only was it never called that by the contemporary Romans, but it was a far more inclusive factio (faction) than the term triumvirate implies. How and why the first triumvirate was created: · Crassus and Pompey had been colleagues in the past, they shared consulship in 70 B.C. but never liked each other, and it was only through Julius ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She had been the personal tie between Caesar and Pompey, who were by now already drifting apart. Caesar offered Pompey another wife, his grandniece Octavis. Pompey refused, instead choosing to marry Cornelia Metella, daughter of Quintus Caecilius Metellus Scipio, one of Caesar s greatest enemies in 52 B.C. This emphasized Pompey s drift away from Caesar towards the optimates. The Death of Crassus Crassus got Syria for his proconsular service in 54 B.C. Desperate for military glory He even left his term as consul to undertake a military campaign against the Parthians. His ambiation outran his ability. After early success his army was completley destroyed at Carrhae by Parthian archers in 53 B.C. during which Crassus was murdered. This left just Pompey and Caesar to rule Rome, and Carssus death created a rivalry between the two that could not be broken. The Rivalry between Crassus and Pompey Caesar s successes in Gaul, along with his growing power and wealth, drove Pompey. While Caesar was fighting in Gaul, Pompey proceeded with a legislative agenda for Rome, which revealed that he was now covertly allied with Caesar s enemies. Pompey also made it clear that Caesar would not be permitted to stand for Consul unless he turned over control of his armies. This would, of course, leave Caesar defenseless before his enemies. Pompey was elected consul without colleague in 52. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Have Fun While Doing Workout Essay Have fun while doing workouts here are the games that transform work into play Almost everyone is running behind a machine life in this era. People have lots of works to do in their life. And for some, exercise is just one more work in their routine. Some will be frustrated while doing workouts. It is easy to lose motivation during the weight reduce plan. So, making the workout fun is the most important thing; for this, it is better to try a physical activity that actually brings the fun out of the person. Sports are the perfect choice for this. But for the people who don t have the competitive attitude, play based workouts are the best and simpler alternative. Plenty of science suggests that play is the best activity for brains of adults. The real reason behind turning a workout into a play station is people should encourage and induce working out. The founder of the ActiveLab, David ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One person should hold the cards. Both players should be in a split squat position. To start playing, take a large step forward with the right leg, descending till the left leg almost touches the ground. At tom of the split squat both the knees will form right angles. The knee should be above the toe but it should not be in front. In this situation, the player with the deck throws one card at a time towards their partner. The partner must catch cards while they maintain their lung position, they can lean left, right, up, and down to catch the card. The partner can try to catch 5 10 cards, then they can rest and they can switch the legs and they can change thrower and catcher roles. Fitness benefits of the game Leaning aside from side to side and reaching up and down will increase the core stability to all the movements. Trying to maintain the position will mean to balance and the player has to prepare for the unexpected shifts. Convert the sheet into full body ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. How Does Sherman Alexie Use Symbols In The Reservation Blues In the novel Reservation Blues, Sherman Alexie uses a great deal of symbolism. What may come across as just an object actually has a meaning. From specifically Robert Johnson s guitar to the vast population shown dealing with alcoholism, Alexie creates a deeper meaning of the novel. The most well represented symbol in the novel is Robert Johnson s guitar. As a young boy, Robert traded his soul to a gentlemen in order to be able to play the guitar like no one else. So in this exact situation the guitar represents Robert Johnson s soul and his spirit. From Johnson the guitar was passed onto Thomas. This certain section of the novel, the guitar represents the Coyote Spring s dreams of fame. In the beginning, the guitar s sound is astonishing beautiful and alluring. Because of this the entire band becomes star struck as they gain fans and are discovered by a producer. However, Alexie ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... When Junior committed suicide, Victor is shown to not know how to mourn. During this mourning period he turns to alcohol. We see this when Thomas, Chess, and Checkers leave the reservation in hopes of a new start. They leave Victor to stay behind and even though he tries to turn his life around, he is shown to keep going back to his bad habits. On page 293 Victor is shown to be slowly falling into his self destruction. That little explosion of the beer can sounded exactly like a smaller, slower version of the explosion Junior s rifle made on the water tower. This is shown that alcoholism has officially taken over Victor. He was committing suicide just like Junior. Junior ended his life because he did not know how to cope with what he was experiencing in his life. Victor promised to stop drinking but he was too caught in his despair with losing Junior. It is as if Victor will lapse into a life of alcoholism like the other members in his tribe. This will have him as well as many others soon join Junior six feet under in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Rebecca Bloomwood Research Paper Throughout this journal, one can see that Rebecca Bloomwood can be characterized as outgoing and ecstatic. Initially, Rebecca Bloomwood can be characterized as outgoing for a diversified amount of explanations. First of all, she went on a trip with her boyfriend and had to go a few days without clothes. She has decided to make outfits on the go. Some people may believe that she is outgoing because this is not easy to pull off. In addition, Rebecca is not afraid to take risks. She went on a trip with Luke in a days notice. Rebecca may feel like she is being a good girlfriend by going on trips with her boyfriend in a short notice and that s why she is so outgoing. In the text it states, there re a bit expensive but then, everyone knows you should never skimp on shoes, because you ll hurt your feet (Kinsella 16). ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Thirdly, when Rebecca was at the wedding she told everyone that Luke was there when he was really not. This shows she is creative and can come up with any excuse on the spot. Some people may think she is lying due to her stories she makes up as well as some people may believe she is innovated. She interacts with people well and can start a conversation with any person. She also puts herself out there like talking to people she does not know at the wedding. On the other hand, Rebecca Bloomwood can be characterized as ecstatic for an assorted number of reasons. The first reason is she came up with a motto to go by. In the book it states, My new motto is buy only what you need. I know, it sounds almost too simple but it really does work. Before each purchase, I ask myself one question: do I need this? And only if the answer is yes do I make the purchase. Its all just a matter of self discipline . This quote shows that she gives herself a goal in her shopping problem to stop spend so much. People can tell she sets good goals on spending ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Hip Hop s Negative Influence On Teen Decision-Making Hip Hop changes lives, but not the way you are told to believe. The media false advertises that music is the main stimulus for bad decision making and ultimately for violence. Teens are influenced by many different factors with each factor dictating a percentage of their decision making. Majority of the time these factors are unavoidable. Factors such as environment, family, and music are key to the teens decision making. Hip hop is believed to have a huge negative impact on teens decision making and we are to blame for this false allegation. In the 1980s inner cities were filled with the notorious crack epidemic and they experienced poverty on a larger scale than ever before. President Ronald Reagan cut down on social services benefiting people in low socioeconomic classes, primarily black Americans(Sebhatu). During these hard times those people ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Their music consisted of police brutality,gun violence, hardships and overall insight from a perspective America was unfamiliar with. The group received large criticism by the press and most notably the government as they were credited for the massive violence in inner cities.That same mindset has carried over carried over to modern media today.For generations the impact that hip hop has on the youth has been over exaggerated by the media. Hip hop has been used as a scapegoat, instead of identifying and fixing the real problems such as drugs, gangs, and the environment itself. Kids are more influenced by their families and environment then they are by rap music. Even if a person listens to music that portrays violent crimes and overall violent lifestyles, there is no guarantee they will go out in their neighborhood and commit a violent crime. Society itself does not give teens enough credit, and ultimately sells them short. For a lot of kids in the inner city, hip hop is a stimulus for what they see or do in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Andy Sachs s Love For Fashion Andy Sachs, a young aspired journalist, seeking for a job finds herself employed by Runway Magazine, a fashion magazine as an Assistant to the Chief Editor. While initially accepting the position, Andy had to learn the details of the job and the culture of the business. However, Andy took on the challenge and felt that she could manage the hideous culture of fashion, behaviors, and attitudes of her coworkers in order to survive for at least a year until she finds a journalist position of her liking. The perception of people who involve themselves in this line of career, according to Benedictus (2009) are those that have a love for fashion, that s why they re doing it. It s almost like a little bit of a social atmosphere when you come in every day. Like when girls go out at night and they see what each other is wearing. It s nice. But in Andy s case, she felt that it was just a job and the fashion was not her purpose for accepting the job at Runway. She initially did not buy into the culture of fashion and continued to report to work in her original dress code. As in any job there are credential job requirements. Andy had the educational background and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Andy continued to be viewed as a misfit for the company s culture as she did not behave, dress or own the designer fashion needed to blend in. What I have learned is that in the fashion industry such as the Runway, Benedictus (2009) mention in a Vogue article, a prerequisite of the job, is fashion. People would die to have the opportunity to work there. The work attire is crucial when the clothes of what you wear is more important the job itself because if you came in looking like you were wearing something boring every day you re not fit for the culture of the job (Benedictus, 2009). In Andy s case, she got the job without the prerequisite of the culture of fashion, which is very uncommon in this field of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Feminist Criticism Of The Story Hills Like White Elephants A Feminist criticism on how Males and Females are portrayed in Hills like White Elephants In Ernst Hemingway s story Hills like White Elephants, the male and female characters are portrayed in a stereotypical male dominated relationship. The male main character the man is portrayed as the influential character who is subtly persuading the main female character. The female main character the girl is portrayed as the passive and impressable character who can be swayed by the man . There are several examples of how the man uses his dominance in the relationship to persuade the girl to make a decision on whether or not to get an abortion. The first example is seen when the man starts talking to the girl after they have had ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. The Extinction Of Sharks Sharks are one of the oldest living species on planet earth. Their earliest discovered fossils have been dated back to over 420 million years old. Being one of the oldest species alive today, they have undergone significant changes over time. The purpose of my research on these magnificent creatures was to discover exactly why they ve been able to survive for so long, in contrary to other species that have become extinct. Existing research shows that sharks have been able to survive because of their ability to adapt to different environments. In 2013, a paleontological dig site in southern France yielded fossilized teeth of a tiny shark relative, indicating that the fish escaped catastrophic events by swimming to deeper oceans. This is an example of such adaptations that sharks have ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Sharks have been able to survive mass extinctions since the prehistoric era because of specific characteristics they possess which give them advantages over other ocean species. One of the traits that give shark species the advantage is their teeth. Sharks teeth vary in size, shape and design to suit their many different environments. For example, long, narrow, needle like teeth belong to sharks that prey on fish. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...