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Parenting
Encouraging better
behaviour
to A practical guide g positive parentin
a child and I was smacked as smack my promised never to ver stopped kids. Smacking ne being me
or my brothers resent my naughty, but I did mum afterwards. of Natalie, 3, Christine, mum onths and
Louise, 3 m
I don t believe in smacking as a method of pu nishment for a child who ha s done something wrong . I
don t think it works. Lorraine Kelly, T V presenter and m um of one
Most parents say their children are the most important part of their lives. They bring joy and
laughter and give you a stake in the future. But sometimes being a parent isn t easy. It can be
challenging and exhausting. At such times, parents who are normally loving and caring can find ...
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Different approaches will work for different children in your family, and the rules will change as your
children grow.
Understanding why children misbehave
All children test the limits you set and try to cross boundaries some of the time.
This is an inevitable part of growing up, learning and becoming an independent person. Younger
children particularly may test constantly. This is not them being naughty or disobedient it is the only
way they can learn when you mean what you say and what the limits to their behaviour are.
Attention seeking
Children will do just about anything to get the attention they crave from their parents.
Revenge
Trying to get back at someone they feel has treated them badly a sibling, parent or friend. Children
may not understand your reasons for insisting on a rule or limit it helps to recognise their feelings of
anger.
Feeling sad
A child of any age may show that they are feeling sad or anxious by behaving badly and may need
more sympathy and affection. Punishing them will only make matters worse.
Feeling powerless
If a child feels upset at not having control, they may often hit out or get mad at an older sibling or
friend.
Stage of development
Some children are simply not able to do what their parents want because of their age or
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Implementing The Sustainable Development Goal On...
After reviewing the UN s Sustainable Development Goal on Affordable and Clean Energy (United
Nations), I have observed that the majority of the targets listed are truly not measurable. By
incorporating the words increase and double , the targets 7.2 and 7.3 appear to be the only two targets
which one can use a clear standard unit of comparison. The target 7.1 uses the concept universal
access as its amount to achieve by 2030. Although, an amount can be given of the number of people
who do not have access to any modern energy services, to give a true measurement of those who do
have access, that includes the various types of access available to an individual, is too difficult and
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Using this multi tier framework can present an advantage compared to other existing metrics, where
relevant data paucity is an issue (Nerini). The measurements being made for target 7.1 are conducted
by calculating the percentage of [the] population with an electricity connection and the percentage of
[the] population with primary reliance on non solid fuels ( Progress , 19). The data collected is from
internationally standardized questionnaires which are given in national household surveys (19). In
regard to the targets 7.2 and 7.3, both objectives use national energy balances collected in standardized
form by the International Energy Agency (IEA) for larger countries and by the UN for smaller
countries for their data source (19). While the target 7.2 is measured by the percentage of total final
consumption of energy from renewable sources , the target 7.3 uses the compound annual growth rate
of total primary energy supply to gross domestic product [...] at purchasing power parity [...] (19).
As a whole, the targets fail to include all the important aspects of the goal and need some
improvements. For starters, the language used throughout the listed targets is vague. In the target 7.1,
the word access is used without being defined. Failing to provide an adequate definition leaves the
target open to interpretation and misunderstanding. Similarly, in target 7.2
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Introduction. Andrei Octavian Paraschivescu And Florin
Introduction Andrei Octavian PARASCHIVESCU and Florin Mihai CAPRIOARA depict the way
companies may enhance the performance quality known as a performance action plan, in providing to
employees the opportunity to reach a quality performance while holding them liable for past
performance. In addition, both authors argue that it is vital to open a true dialog and feedback from the
voice of the customers to the stakeholders. Thus, managers must expand a Strategic Quality
Management approach to build an affiliation between the corporate strategy and the quality
management policy. In this article summary, we will focus on the method; organizations can widen an
inspiring Strategic Quality Management approach, through the core concepts of SQM. ... Show more
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The Strategic Dimension of Quality Paraschivescu and Caprioara have interpreted David A. Garvin s
dimensions of quality, arguing, quality is surely a strategic method to compete effectively quality
strategy in considering numerous key dimensions like features, conformance, performance, durability,
aesthetics, serviceability, perceived quality, and Reliability.
Features:
Features are supplemental distinctive to the fundamental operation characteristics. The authors have
suggested the DVD player in cars as an illustration. Feature also ensures product s conformity to
qualifications that meet the set standards (Paraschivescu Caprioara, 2014, p 24).
Performance
In Paraschivescu and Caprioara s description Garvin argues that organizations performance concerns
assorted operating distinctiveness of the product outcome, suchlike the TV image and sound quality
associated with the brand name (Paraschivescu Caprioara, 2014, p 24).
Durability:
The durability factor gauges the time span of a product use before a subrogation becomes
indispensable (Paraschivescu Caprioara, 2014, p 25).
Aesthetics:
Aesthetic pinpoints the product subjectivity brunt on the human senses, such as its appearance, and
tastes (Paraschivescu Caprioara, 2014, p 25).
Serviceability:
Serviceability factor translates the swiftness, politeness, aptitude and straightforwardness in repairing
a damage product (Paraschivescu
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Research Paper On Jonah
Isidore E. Sharpe
Professor Kenneth Yelverton
PWS 102: Homiletics II
12 April 2017
Sermon Preparation/Notes
Jonah
Jonah 2: 2 (NKJV) In my distress I called to the Lord, and he answered me.
What is Jonah s background? Jonah or Jonas is the name given in the Hebrew Bible to a prophet of the
northern kingdom of Israel in about the 8th century BCE. Jonah was the main character of the book of
Jonah. He was the son of Amittai (Jonah 1:1), and a native of Gathhepher, which was a city of the
tribe of Zebulun in the northern Galilee region. Amittai was also a native of Gath hepher. Amittai is
only mentioned twice in the Bible, in 2 Kings 14:25 and Jonah 1:1. Nothing is known about him, other
than that he was Jonah s father. Jonah was a prophet of the Lord and he was called to deliver a
message of repentance to the city of Nineveh which was the capital of the Assyrian Empire. The
Assyrians were among the wicked peoples of the ancient world, and they were well known for their
cruelty.
God will give us assignments that we really do not care for or want. He desires for us to be ... Show
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I can guarantee that we have not done all things right. We have violated God s commands. Without
any doubt, you cannot hide from the presence of God. God will cause an uproar in your life, until no
one around you can find peace and safety. Jonah 1:4 5 Then the Lord sent a great wind on the sea, and
such a violent storm arose that the ship threatened to break up. 5th All the sailors were afraid and each
cried out to his own god. See people will start letting things go to go or will change what they been
doing to see if they can get a different result. 1:6 And they threw the cargo into the sea to lighten the
ship. They did not understand what was going; all they knew they were about to die. We have to be
aware of the company we keep or the person we let inside our circle. It was not in the load. Even
though, we carry too much baggage and we need to throw some things
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Commonness In Musculoskeletal Disorders
Purpose of Research and Subjects Musculoskeletal disorders are very common throughout the
population. The research into the commonness in musculoskeletal disorders in the shoulder isn t
correct due to the lack of uniformity and gold standard measurement. This study focuses on the
commonness of musculoskeletal disorders of the shoulder in women. They assess the differences in
the commonness of injuries using three different measuring tools.
The subjects for this study were working aged women, 20 to 55 years of age. These women were not
exposed to heavy or repetitive work. They could not be a part of the study if they had been diagnosed
with major pathologies or trauma to the shoulder previously. The subjects were volunteers. The
volunteers were found at supermarkets located in the same area. 302 women were enrolled in this
cross sectional study.
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The first was a questionnaire for symptoms, disability, and the SF36 health survey. The second
assessment was performed by a blinded orthopaedic specialist and third an ultrasound and MRI of the
shoulder. In the first stage the subjects took a Nordic style questionnaire that focused on pain in the
upper limb. The second stage was performed by an experienced orthopaedic specialist. The specialist
assessed both shoulders by determining the range of motion and pull force at a 90 degrees of
abduction in the scapular plane. A constant score was calculated for both shoulders. If the constant
score was below normal female values, their shoulder was considered abnormal. Third a blinded
musculoskeletal radiologist performed an ultrasonography of both shoulders in all subjects. If they had
an inconclusive finding they completed the assessment with an MRI. The subjects were not allowed to
report any pain they were having during the
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Legal Discovery Memo
Evaluation Form for Project 3 (10 points) The Evaluation Form must be attached to your Project 3
submission. I will deduct .25 points if the Evaluation Form is not the first page of your submission.
Please note that I deduct 2 points per day that a project is late. Evaluation Form for Project 3 You
gained points as follows: Effective introduction (1 point max): _____ Effective and accurate
explanation of the relevant law (2 points max): _____ Thorough and accurate explanation of the cases
on the issue (4 points max): ______ Thorough request for additional information (1 point max): _____
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The defendant believed that the $100 deposit, together with his initial $28.45 payment, would secure
for him the $106.00 per week rental rate in lieu of the higher daily rate. When the defendant was
arrested after a report stated that his vehicle was stolen. The officers returned to his room to get his
companion out of the room. Additionally, a complete search of the room was ordered without a
warrant. Inside a closed dresser drawer the officers found a cloth bag secured at the top with a draw
string. They opened the closed bag and found over two ounces of cocaine. As a result, the court found
that the above factors constituted the defendant s had a reasonable expectation of privacy in the motel
room for three reasons. First, a few days earlier, when the defendant had stayed past check out time,
instead of evicting him the hotel permitted him to extend his stay and pay for the additional term of
occupancy. Second, the manager testified that it was the motel s policy to ask those guests staying past
checkout time whether they would be leaving or extending their stay. It was not the motel s policy to
evict guests who were staying past checkout time for brief periods. Third, the defendant had given the
hotel a large cash deposit, which may have led him to believe that he was paid up through the rest of
the week. In
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Analysis Of The Movie Miracle
Miracle review
During the Lake Placid Olympics in 1980. USA, a team that consisted of college kids defeated the
heavily favorite Soviet Union in hockey. Eventually, team USA won the gold medal against Finland.
USA s first gold medal since 1960 in hockey. The 1980 USA hockey gold medal victory is arguably
the greatest moment in U.S. sports history. The 2003 film Miracle is about the events that led USA to
victory. Also, the film exemplifies that an underdog can truly win. In my opinion, the film Miracle is
the best well made and most influential sports movie. I give it 10 out 10 stars, based on the realistic
action scenes, inspirational quotes and underdog story.
The first piece of criteria I used was Inspirational quotes. Quotes that have a deeper meaning in them.
In the movie, legendary head coach Herb brooks of team USA said, Great moments are born from
great opportunities . I find this quote inspirational because it s a huge opportunity to represent your
country and do something that hasn t been in 20 years, which was winning the gold medal. Russia was
going through the Cold war. In addition, another memorable quote is, Mike Eurzione Winthrop,
Massachusetts! . Who do you play for? . I play for the United states of America! . That s all gentlemen
. This quote happened right after when the U.SA tied the subpar Norwegian team 3 3. During the
game, some of the players were distracting themselves away from the
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Un Chien Andalou
The Marvelous Irrational The Surrealists believed that the conscious mind repressed the power of
imagination and dreams, weakening it by norms or taboos. They utilized unusual and untraditional
techniques and phenomena to achieve subconscious creativity, eradicating the line between dream and
reality. The film Un Chien Andalou was extreme for 1929, because non traditional art was passion of
both Buñuel and Dali; therefore, they were driven to shock the common movie viewers by using
bizarre surrealistic imagery in a film that was disjointed and disturbing to the masses, because of its
purposeful bizarre symbolism and suggested eroticism. Un Chien Andalou was born of the encounter
between my dreams and Dali s. , says Luis Bunuel in his autobiography; both Luis Buñuel and
Salvador Dali are known to be artists who are considered as the creators and representatives of the
Surrealist movement, while challenging it in every work of them. The film begins with Buñuel s
dream of a woman s eye cut by a razor, and Dali s dream of ants emerging from a hole in a man s
hand, which are the most important symbols in the film. The beginning is followed with a card reading
Once Open a Time , and later it jumps to eight years later without a significant change in the
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However, she is also distrusting of him sometimes because of his split personality. Elza Adamowicz
analysis the woman s function and changing by saying, Her role shifts from maternal (trying to help
the cyclist) to sexual, passive to active, object to subject. This bizarre symbolism was probably used to
emphasize certain realities of life that were usually hidden in the private world of a couple and not
shown in the films, by Buñuel and Dali throughout the film. The semi nude scene also serves a
pertinent example of
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Respectful Relationship Theory
Introduction
In this reflection journal I will be discussing Ata growing respectful relationship theory, which I chose
to use for Kate s case study, and Ecological systems theory, which was used for Hone s case study. I
will further reflect on the appropriateness of the two theories in relation to these given case studies.
Lastly I will look at the application of these theoretical frameworks.
Theories
Reflecting back on Kate s case study I feel that Pohatu s ata growing respectful relationship I m
unsure if ata was the most suitable model to use with Kate. I personally felt then that initially I needed
to develop a rapport with Kate first to build an effective and trusting relationship if we were to work
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Therefore I felt that Urie Brofennbrenner ecological systems theory was best suited for Hone as it
looks at the environment that surrounded the individual and how the impact of each system could
affect them. The ecological systems perspective looks at the bigger picture of the individual. it
regonises the relationship between environment and individual, for example the relationship between
Hone and his school. In social work practice it helps to regonise the influence of the environment on
the individual weather it be directly or indirectly. The application of the ecological systems theory
enables me to identify the factors from each of Hone s system, which was causing an impact on him.
Through the applying the systems theory I was able to gain to a better knowledge of understanding to
his erratic behaviour and awareness that there were some underlying issues that needed to be
addressed as well. Hone s mother leaving him when he was born is one the many or not root of the
underlying issues. Again like Kate s case study I feel that another model would be working in
conjunction with systems theory such as Freud s psychodynamic theory. I feel that the individual
needs to be explored also and why they are behaving in such manner. The psychodynamic theory is
about the exploration of the inner self and how the unconscious forces drive human behavior, how the
clients identify the conflicts and their experiences. This will help to understand the hidden meanings
in things that Hone say, think, or is engaging in such as smoking or cutting
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Difference Between Inuit And Aleut
The Inuit and Aleut had an extraordinary arrangement in like manner. Numerous people lived in vault
molded houses made of grass or timber (or, in the North, ice squares). They utilized seal and otter
skins to make warm, weatherproof apparel, streamlined dogsleds and long, open fishing vessels
(kayaks in Inuit; baidarkas in Aleut). When the U.S. bought The Frozen North in 1867, many years of
abuse and presentation to European infections had incurred significant damage. The local population
had dropped to only 2,500. The relatives of these survivors still make their home in the region today.
The Subarctic culture zone, for the most part made out of swampy, piney woods (taiga) and
waterlogged tundra, extended crosswise over a lot of inland The
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George Cukor My Fair Lady
My fair lady by George Cukor is a musical story about a misogynistic and snobbish phonetics
professor, Henry Higgins, who takes a bet from Colonel Pickering that he can take a flower girl, Eliza
Doolittle, and makes her presentable in high society. Eliza Doolittle is a young woman with a
horrendous accent who is selling flowers on the street. One day she heard that the professor can teach
any woman to speak so rightly as a duchess.
Eliza wants to work in a flower shop, so she finds the way that the professor teach her a few speech
lessons and she offers to pay him for that but the professor Higgins takes Eliza on free of charge. At
first, Eliza s lessons were terrible. She makes no progress and Higgins at that time was exhausted.
As the time
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Analysis Of George Orwell s War, And The Wisdom Of The...
London not only uses the wild nature of dogs but also uses human s wild instinct. In his stories of War,
and To the Wisdom of the Trail, London uses the brutalness of natural intuition to show survival of the
fittest. In the story War, a scout lets an enemy scout live, just to be killed by that same scout. This is
ironic, and London uses this irony to show that humans are willing to kill when their own life is in
peril. The need to survive is a very crucial piece of this story, and the narrator lets his emotions get in
the way of his instinct. Nature also plays a key role. In this case, nature is a foil to the theme. London
draws a stark contrast between the tranquility of nature, and the brutality that is human nature. This
highlights how brutal the human intuition, a part of nature, in the beautiful landscape of the forest.
Jeanne Reesman writes, While nature shows her fecundity with images of great forests and the golden
pollen that hangs in the air, men kill each other as strangers (Reesman. War ). Nature in this story is
seen in the instinct of the living scout, as well as in the emotion of the narrator. The narrator is killed
leaving the reader to think that the beauty of nature is inferior to natural instinct. Nature and the
narrator are very similar in this story, both are calm and worry free. The Scout who lives is brutal, and
wild, like the nature that is traditionally described in London s work. The prevailing scout goes to his
natural instinct
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Analysis of the Causes and Measures of Curbing Fraud in...
ANALYSIS OF THE CAUSES AND MEASURES OF CURBING FRAUD IN THE BANKING
SECTOR.
BY
ESSIEN NSIKAK U.
A RESEARCH PROJECT SUBMITED TO
THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES,
COVENANT UNIVERSITY, OTA.
IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF BACHELOR OF
SCIENCE (B.sc) DEGREE IN ACCOUNTING.
CERTIFICATION
I certify that this project titled The Analysis of the causes and measures of curbing fraud in the
banking sector was carried out by ESSIEN, Nsikak U. (05AA01752) under my supervision and is
found to be adequate in scope for the requirement of a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting.
_________________________ ______________________
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Finally, it was recommended that The bank s control system should be of high priority both at
management and operational levels, the regulatory authorities have a responsibility of exposing staff
to the dynamics of modern day banking operations, The level of punishment meted out to fraudsters is
not commensurate enough to deter others from committing such crimes in the future. The penalties
already in place should be reviewed. In this regard, a Nigerian version of the Sarbanes Oxley act must
be enacted and since the most important resource of any organization is the human resource, there
must be a standard audit department staffed with the best material in terms of knowledge, experience,
human relations, integrity, dedication and commitment to the success of the bank.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page............................................................................................................I
Certification........................................................................................................II
Dedication..........................................................................................................III
Abstract...............................................................................................................IV
Acknowledgements.............................................................................................V
Table of
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Essay on Ir Theory Article Review-Doyle
Doyle, M. Liberalism and World Politics , American Political Science Review, 1986, vol. 80(4), pp.
1151 69
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY Article Review
17th October 2011.
Doyle, M. Liberalism and World Politics , American Political Science Review, 1986, vol. 80(4), pp.
1151 69
Michael Doyle, author of this article was one of the first IR theorists in modern era to analyze the
assumptions on liberal peace focusing mainly on Kant s idea. The John Hopkins University published
this article in 1986. In this paper I will summarize the article and give analysis on key points that drive
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In contrast to Schumpeter s liberal pacifism, Machiavelli s liberal imperialism encompasses that the
best form of state for imperial expansion are free republics and they are not pacifistic (Doyle,
1986:1154). He goes on to say that Liberty results from the competition and necessity for compromise
required by the division of powers among senate, consuls, and tribunes and also from a powerful veto
(Doyle, 1986:1154). When the citizens know that their lives and properties are secure from seizure or
attacks, liberty tends to encourage an increase population and property, with strength and imperial
expansion being the basis of protection (Doyle, 1986:1151). Machiavelli says that expansion calls for
a free republic rather than an aristocratic one. He used Rome and Sparta/ Venice as examples
respectively. Imperial expansion is important in order to avoid other states with similar aims becoming
a threat and also other citizens can pose to be a threat when they are not allowed to satisfy their
ambition or exercise their political strengths. This is the basis of the traditional belief liberal
imperialism, which Machiavelli tries to explain. The third theoretical approach is Kant s liberal
internationalism. This theory embodies both the liberal pacifism and liberal imperialism and gives a
clear explanation on these two legacies and helps to give an understanding to international relations.
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Nathanial Hawthorne s The Scarlet Letter
Nathanial Hawthorne was born July 4, 1804. He was born in Salem, Massachusetts. His family name
was Hathorne. He wanted his name to be different, so he added a w
Hawthorne used his Puritanism legacy in the novels he wrote, such as The Scarlet Letter. This was his
most well known novel. He was an American writer. He was married and his wife was named Sophia.
They lived a reclusive life.
At the young age of four, Hawthorne s father died of yellow fever in 1808. He was a sea captain. His
mother raised him alone. His uncle, Robert Manning, helped financially with his college education.
He attended Bowden College. At the age of seventeen, he quotes his vocation, I do not want to be a
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They fell in love and were later married in 1842 in Boston at her parents home. They moved to
Concord, MA and rented from Ralph Waldo Emerson. Hawthorne continued to write short stories. He
joined the Transcendental movement. In 1846 he published Mosses from and Old Manse. Herman
Melville wrote a glowing review in 1850 and acknowledged the importance of recognizing guilt, evil
and mystery in humanity. The couple moved back to Salem in 1845 to live with his mom. He accepted
a position of secretary of the Salem Lyceum. When Zachary Taylor won the presidency, Hawthorne
lost his job.
The following year his mother passed away. He was cleaning out the attic and found a worn letter A .
This gave him the inspiration to write his most famous novel, The Scarlett Letter. It was one of the
first massed produced books in the United States and released in 1850. Hawthorne and his wife moved
into a farmhouse in Lenox, MA. He went on to write The House of Seven Gables. Rural life did not
work for him, as he enjoyed being close to the sea and the city. Therefore, he moved his family back
to Concord. He and Sophia now had three children. They lived in a place called Wayside.
While living where he joined the Romantic Movement and wrote, The Blithedale Romance. He also
wrote children s stories based on Greek
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Keys To A Healthy Retirement By George Vaillant
After reading George Vaillant s article Keys to a Healthy Retirement I immediately thought about my
grandmother. My grandmother is currently 69 years old. She retired at 59 years old as a licensed
practical nurse. After reading Keys to a Healthy Retirement I believe that my grandmother has
accomplished a healthy retirement below is my rationale. According to Vaillant, creating a new social
network is a key to a healthy retirement. My grandmother has more of a social network than I do. She
is a member of the Moose Lodge in downtown Middletown. At the moose my grandmother and
grandfather meet with old friends to catch up and play darts or pool. My grandmother s biggest social
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She enjoys the sunshine because the unpleasant weather makes her feel ill. As a result of the drowsy
winters in Ohio she travels to warm states for three to four months out of the year. Her most recent trip
was to Port Charlotte, Florida. In addition to the long stays in other states she also goes on small trips
with my grandfather. They attend the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally every August. Finally, my grandmother
enjoys playing a round of golf with my grandfather on sunny days. Vaillant also states that following
your creative instincts is another key to a healthy retirement. My grandparents are extremely creative.
They purchase cheap run down homes and improve the looks and function of the home for a profit.
She decorates the new homes with modern paint and furniture.
Another example of how my grandmother is creative is how she teaches me. My grandmother is a
retired nurse and I am currently a nursing student. If I do not understand some of the content in class I
will give my grandmother a visit or a phone call. She will teach me a different way so that I can
understand the content better. She will give examples, stories or aid me during hands on
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Peanut Butter Cup Mousse
aspics that represented the height of sophistication three decades ago as well as fussy dishes involving
numerous components often served stuffed into yet an other element. Classical French preparations
(often with the traditional generous quantities of cheese, butter, and cream) have given way to lighter
Italian and
Mediterranean fare.
Also new to these pages are many ingredients considered esoteric or exotic until recently, among them
grains like kamut, spelt, and quinoa; produce including
Chioggia beets, Russian kale, and jicama; and essential flavorings and condiments like smoked
paprika, balsamic vinegar, and chipotle peppers.
What remains unchanged is our commitment to bringing a balanced and for ward looking group of
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The more than 1,000 recipes in this book prove that natural ingredients can be used to create every
kind of dish from homey Roasted Heirloom Carrots to luscious Maple
Semifreddo or Peanut Butter Cup Mousse. With this book you can please plain eaters with simple
Corn Muffins or Apple Pie, or you can impress sophisticated diners with Miso Egg Drop Soup or
Apricot Soufflé.
These few examples can only hint at the fresh attitudes toward food and food preparation that have
inspired this book. The resources of the Rodale Test Kitchen are devoted to the proposition that the
purest, most nutritious food is also the best tasting. We believe that the information and the recipes in
this book will convince any cook that this is true.
With pride and confidence, we invite you to use and enjoy it, always in good
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2 Live Crew Case Summary
An example of the application of fair use exception in the US case, Campbell v. Acuff Rose Music,
Inc (1994) . In this case, there are a rap music group called 2 Live Crew utilise the composition of
William Dees and Roy Orbison named Oh, Pretty Woman as a fundamental of their own work titled
Pretty Woman . 2 Live Crew took the distinctive bass line of prior work and make adaptation of the
lyrics and reproduce in their own style. Hence, this turned the song into the popular parody. The
District Court granted summary judgment for 2 Live Crew that their reproduce song was a parody
which mad under fair use purpose under section 107 of the US copyright law.
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Waugh consider this case in two ways , first, in an aspect of the copyright of introductory eight notes
separate from the whole track of the O Euchari copyright which constitute the copyright infringement
of the whole piece. Another aspect is eight notes which have been sampled is considered as a
substantial part of the O Euchari . Judge Laddie Q.C. stated that if the copyright owner is entitled to
refine his copyright work so as to match the size of the alleged infringement, there would never be a
requirement for substantiality. In this case, the portion of the work dramatically determine the result of
the
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The Negative Effects Of Living Separately As A Married Couple
Living Separately as a Married Couple Let the wife make the husband glad to come home, and let him
make her sorry to see him leave (Luther); When a married couple decides to live in separate houses,
the married couple may think it is peaceful, relaxing, and full of excitement; however, that is not the
case. When a married couple lives separately, the couple may enjoy his or her freedom. By freedom,
the writer means walking around the house wearing only her skin, listening to music, and singing
loudly even though it does not sound pleasant. From the writer s experience, living separately from
her spouse has not been an easy or enjoyable experience. Living separately from a spouse has several
effects such as financial burdens, infidelity, and a negative impact on children. One important effect of
married couples living in separate homes is financial burdens. Prior to living separately, the married
couples had two incomes. Rather than paying bills on their own, the couple possible shared accounts
and the responsibility of paying bills together. The husband and wife would have to learn how to
budget on one income. Before, the husband and wife saved money together, but separately the couple
could have difficulty saving money due to extra expenses. Now since the couple is living in two
separate homes, more expenses are created; for instance, renting a storage building. Another result of
married couples living separately is infidelity. Since the married couple is living in
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Summary Of Lorazepam
11 drug mode of action : Lorazepam binds to an allosteric site on GABAA receptors, which are
pentameric ionotropic receptors in the CNS. Binding potentiates the effects of the inhibitory
neurotransmitter GABA, which upon binding opens the chloride channel in the receptor, allowing
chloride influx and causing hyperpolerization of the neuron. 12 contraindications : not give 18 years
old , patient with hypersensitivity of benzodiazepine , acute narrow angle glaucoma , pregnancy and
lactation 13 possible side effect : blureed vision , diffuclt breathing , sweating , confusion , blue skin
lips and finger , drowniess , sleepiness 14 pregnancy and lactation : not give because : fetal damge and
congental malformation , life thretening with drawl symptoms in a newporn also the drug can pass
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Used alone or in combination with other CNS depressants may lead fatal respiratory depression and
to physical and psychological dependence. Continuous long term not recommended. discontinuation
of drug Withdrawal symptoms (e.g. rebound insomnia) so should be avoided and a gradual dosage
tapering schedule Used with caution in patients with compromised respiratory
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U.S. Virgin Islands as a Vacation Spot Essay
US Virgin Islands has a lot to offer whatever it is you are looking for. I am sure you can find it there.
The US Virgin Islands are my favorite place outside of Philadelphia because of it stunning
landscaping, unlimited duty free shopping and outstanding weather. In US Virgin Islands you can
enjoys all activities anything from water sports around the island to a short boat trip to St. John?s and
St. Croix. You can take advantage of the duty free shopping or enjoy yourself on the beautiful sandy
beaches. Charlotte Amalie is the capital of the United States Virgin Islands and one of the most
popular cruise ports in the Caribbean. Charlotte Amalie is where the cruise ships dock and the white
and pastel houses are heavily sprinkled against ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Magens Bay is a beautiful one mile stretch of white sand located on St. Thomas?s southern end. The
beach offers calm crystal clear blue water with a little current which is great for just floating around.
Snorkeling is available along the rocky coast which is beautiful. The palm trees are perfectly placed
along the edge of the beach therefore, if you want some shade it is available.
US Virgin Islands is home to world famous shopping. Hundreds of duty free shops line the streets and
alleys of the capital of St. Thomas, Charlotte Amalie. Multiple buildings in Havensight, where most
cruise ships dock, house shops and boutiques. There are smaller malls around the island and even the
larger hotels offer shopping. The best buys in the islands include jewelry, alcohol, china, crystal,
perfumes, art, clothing, watches and cameras. Most of the jewelry stores offer stones that are not
available in the states. These stones include blue diamonds, canary diamonds, colored topazes and
much more. Most of these stones are not available in the states because of the price. In the US Virgin
Islands theses purchases are duty free and tax free.
The weather in US Virgin Islands is always beautiful and on an average 80° F year round. The sun is
hot and there is always a light wind which keeps you cool while on the beach sunbathing or enjoying
shopping. There is never a cloud in the sky and never a rain shower during the day. The weather is
also great for
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Comparing Catcher In The Rye And The Bell Jar
The transition between childhood into adolescence is an essential period in one s life that shapes how
individual feels about themselves. This transition can be difficult for some individuals because they
are unable to find their self identity. In J.D Salinger s The Catcher in the Rye Holden Caulfield
neglects growing up and finds it difficult to search for his life ambitions. Similarly, in Sylvia Plath s
The Bell Jar, Esther Greenwood struggles internally to fulfil her ambitions and conform to societal
expectations. Eventually, this affects the psychological state of the protagonists and leads them to fall
into depression. In J.D Salinger s The Catcher in the Rye and Sylvia Plath s The Bell Jar, Holden and
Esther lose their self identity, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
This can be recognized as Holden confesses, I was only thirteen, and they were going to have me
psychoanalyzed and all, because I broke all the windows in the garage (Salinger, 44). Punching
windows is a sign of severe unhappiness and anger that consumes Holden as he resorts to violence.
Allie s death in childhood establishes life s rules as arbitrary and cruel, and provides an explanation
for Holden s fixation on childhood. According to psychologist John Bowlby, children can respond to
death by engaging in unprovoked violence towards peers or adults or inexplicable destruction of
property (Bowlby). As another method of coping with this death, Holden appears to talk to himself.
He confesses, I felt so depressed, you can t imagine. What I did, I started talking, sort of out loud, to
Allie. I do that sometimes when I get very depressed (Salinger, 53). Again, Holden copes with Allie s
death by talking to Allie himself. Conceivably, Holden is unable to communicate with living
individuals. Thus, Holden talks to someone who is dead and cannot genuinely help him overcome his
failures. This grief keeps Holden from growing as an individual in the important years of his
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The Rise Of The Creative Class
Chicago Heights is located only about thirty miles away from one of the largest metros in the United
States. Yet it does not come close to the resources needed for it to be a successful city, nevertheless, a
creative one. But the city wasn t always relinquished from being prosperous. Back in the late 70 s and
early 80 s, there was no better place to be in then Chicago Heights. The factories and businesses were
booming, and the unemployment rates were declining. At least that s how Elizabeth Fushi Peterson,
teacher at Bloom High School, remembers it. I spoke with her earlier last month in regards to Richard
Florida s theory on the Creative Class and the idea of a creative city.
In his book, The Rise of The Creative Class Revisited, Richard Florida introduces the Creative Class
as individuals who engage is work to create new forms (38). Florida s Creative Class theory is that if
the creative class was aware of how powerful they are, they could impact our economy and our
culture. In accordance to how Richard Florida explains who would be in the Creative Class theory,
Mrs. Fushi Peterson belongs to it. Yet she decided to move from a creative city to Chicago Heights, a
not so creative city. This contradicts Florida s ideas of a creative lifestyle that is attached with the
membership of being a creative. Which brings me to explore how important location to creative
individuals, and how cities try to attract the Creative Class members. The purpose of this study is to
find out
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The Importance Of Narrative Writing
Narrative Writing is a story that is told and the order in which it is told. Some stories have narrators
and some without. The narrator is normally a series of characters or one character who tell the story.
Sometimes narrative writing can be classified as fiction writing which is a made up from start to
finish. When there is narrative writing that is based on true stores, then the narrative writing is non
fiction. Most narrative writing in the law enforcement sector is a how to format or a guideline on how
a report should be written. It also explains the actual facts on how a crime occurred during the
investigation. According to the text Biggs (2016), There are five rules of narrative writing. The first
rule of narrative writing is, the report should always be written in first person. When the narrative
explains first person, the narrative is stating that using I or Me in the reports identify the author of the
person who is writing the investigative report. If I or Me is not being used to write the investigative
reports, the investigation could be sought as made up or fake. The second rule of narrative writing is,
the report should also be written in past tense along with first person view. According to the text, If
you write in the past tense, you will develop consistency and, as a result, create a report that is
professional and easy to read. With this type of consistency, the reports are easily believable to the
reader and makes it easy to follow the
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Examples Of Dehumanization And Isolation In Flowers For...
Dehumanization and Isolation. These are the main themes in the short story by Danielle Keyes, titled
Flowers for Algernon . Flowers for Algernon is about a boy who is much less intelligent than the
average person, so to make himself smarter, he undergoes an experimental surgery. But as Charlie s IQ
continues to grow, he soon comes to find out that all good things must come to an end. Many say that
Charlie starts out as the object of dehumanization and isolation, seeing as how his friends treat him,
but many more insist that the dehumanization and isolation aren t completely developed until the
middle of the story, where Charlie becomes too smart to interact with the people that gave him his
newfound intelligence. These themes are often debated upon as to whether or not they become more
or less relevant as the story progresses, but what most don t consider is that these themes have always
appeared in Charlie s life, he was just too blind to see what was always there. In the beginning of the
story, Charlie is quizzed with the Rorschach Test. The test administer tells Charlie to tell him what he
sees in the ink. Since Charlie has a tendency to take things quite literally, he first tries to find actual
objects in the ink. When the administrator tell him that s not quite what he means, Charlie get scared
that the administrator is mad at him because he thinks he spilled the ink. This already demonstrates
how dehumanized and isolated Charlie really is. Later in the story, Charlie finds out that he has been
chosen to undergo the experimental procedure and happily agrees even though he really has no idea
what he is getting into. This is demonstrated in the story when writes And she said Charlie your going
to have a second chance. If you volenteer for this experament you mite get smart. They dont know if it
will be perminint but theirs a chance. Thats why i said ok even when i was scared because she said it
was an operashun (Keyes 206). After Charlie s operation is when the real dehumanization and
isolation begin to make their way into the limelight. When Charlie decides to go out with his work
friends , the first hint of dehumanization begins to show when Charlie finally realizes that they are not
really
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Comparing Rocking-Horse Winner, Prussian Officer, and...
Differences in Rocking Horse Winner, Prussian Officer, and Second Best
Works by the same author often show the repeated use of certain words, images, or plots. In five short
stories by the author, D.H. Lawrence, differences between social classes are the basis for conflict and
provide the foundation for taboo relationships. These five stories are The Rocking Horse Winner, The
Prussian Officer, Second Best, The White Stocking, and The Daughters of the Vicar. The inclusion of
the motif of class differences in these particular works often leads to acts of violence or tragedy as the
outcome.
In The Rocking Horse Winner, a relationship forms between the pseudo aristocratic Paul and his
family s gardener, Bassett. Paul s ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Consequently, more violence also arises. The officer is, a Prussian aristocrat, haughty and overbearing.
Having made too many gambling debts . . . he remained an infantry captain (2). The officer is furious
at the youth and vigor of his servant, he often catches himself admiring the young, brown, shapely
peasant s hand (3) or the strong, easy young figure, the fine eyebrows, the thick black hair (5). The
class difference is accentuated by the officer s cruelty towards his young charge: he is forced to stay
indoors doing mindless tasks instead of spending a few meager minutes with his girlfriend, he is
violently kicked behind the legs for failing to answer a question quickly enough, he is slapped in the
face with the end of a belt, and he is struck with a heavy military glove in the same way. The officer is
clearly jealous of the freedom of the peasantry, and indicates this with his thoughts of hatred and
violent actions as well as words. The servant is tortured simply for who he is, not for what he has
done: he is lower than the officer and, therefore, faced with less constraint and social pressures. The
Captain could not regain his neutrality of feeling towards his orderly. Nor could he leave the man
alone (4). The torture continues until the two are finally placed on the same level during a climactic
scene of violence and death. The orderly s murder of the officer is a man to man struggle,
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Kroger Competitive Advantage
This paper will discuss the kroger company s strategy and competitive advantage. It will also discuss
competition and strategy from rival company Walmart. Research will show whether Kroger uses an
offensive or defensive strategic approach to business practices. It will discuss mergers and acquisitions
of The Kroger Company (Bethel University, 2017).
Strategy
The Kroger Company uses the broad differentiation strategy. They have business in at least eight
different market segments. They operate two thousand, two hundred and fifty five stores across
America and operate under twenty four banners. Their market position ranks among the highest in the
nation. They also have a strong bargaining power because of their many endeavors into different
market areas. Kroger supermarkets have been in business for one hundred thirty four years and have
made a substantial contribution to the business world (Annual report, 2017). The Kroger Company
owns and operates most of its banner companies. They have convenience stores, fuel centers,
pharmacies, fine jewelry, apparel, grocery stores, manufacturing sites, clinics, and financial services.
According to Bethel University, (2017) this is called the broad differentiation strategy. They have
several services to offer the public, and are always trying to stay ahead of the competition.
Competition
The Business strategies Wal Mart uses and how they differentiate their services/products there are
three generic business strategies and they are,
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Personal Religion Comparison
World Religions Personal Religion Comparison
Laura Ricketts
HUM 130
January 17, 2011
Ken Linder
World Religions Personal Religion Comparison
The chief feature of the Mormon Church, more formally known as the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints, that distinguishes it from the many variations of mainstream Christianity is that
Mormons believe not only in the Bible but also in another scripture, The Book of Mormon (Fisher,
2005, pp. 453 454).
On April 6, 1830, Joseph Smith formally organized the church that became The Church of Latter Day
Saints. Considered to be the first prophet in the end time before the return of Christ, allegedly Smith
was led by God to discover golden tablets that were the sacred word of God. ... Show more content on
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The members are allowed to choose which study to attend. The studies lasted a little over an hour.
The scheduling for various traditions and services was performed in a normal fashion; e.g., how the
service in the church is held (music, sermon, etc.); how activities within the church are scheduled;
bible school for children, etc. No elders or leaders in the church spoke at the services, teaching about
the faith or from the Book of Mormon. This is taught in the classes.
Patti warned me that the members of the church do not interact with each other very much, and that
they weren t necessarily friendly. This did not seem to be the case today, as many of the sisters came
over to speak to Patti, and to meet her friend.
Personal Interview
The following is a transcript of an interview with my friend concerning her personal beliefs and faith
in her religion:
Interviewer: What was the main reason(s) for you to decide to follow the Mormon faith?
Patti: The church has everything I always felt a church should have, even though I wasn t active in any
church. I still believed there was a God and His Son Jesus Christ.
Interviewer: What is it about the Mormon faith that keeps you coming back?
Patti: Its doctrine, organization and people. The spirit I feel when at church.
Interviewer: If there is one thing about the Mormon faith that you don t like, what would that be?
Patti: I like everything! (grinning)
Interviewer: How strict are you in keeping
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Analysis Of The Software Language And Tools Used In The...
This chapter is about the software language and the tools used in the development of the project. The
platform used here is .NET. The Primary languages are C#, VB, and J#. In this project C# is chosen
for implementation. 5.2. DOTNET 5.2 .1 INTRODUCTION TO DOTNET Microsoft .NET is a set of
Microsoft software technologies for rapidly building and integrating XML Web services, Microsoft
Windows based applications, and Web solutions. THE .NET FRAMEWORK The .NET Framework
has two main parts: 1. The Common Language Runtime (CLR). 2. A hierarchical set of class libraries.
5.2.3 MANAGE CODE MANAGED CODE is a meta data. This provides a guaranteed secure
execution and interoperability. 5.2.4 MANAGE DATA With Managed Code comes Managed ... Show
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There are also efficient means of converting value types to object types if and when necessary. The set
of classes is pretty comprehensive, providing collections, file, screen, and network I/O, threading, and
so on, as well as XML and database connectivity. The class library has a number of namespaces,
having different functionalities, with minimum dependency between them. LANGUAGES
SUPPORTED BY .NET The multi language capability of the .NET Framework and Visual Studio
.NET enables developers to use their existing programming skills to build all types of applications and
XML Web services. The .NET framework supports new versions of Microsoft s old favorites Visual
Basic and C++ (as VB.NET and Managed C++), but there are also a number of new additions to the
family. Managed Extensions for C++ and attributed programming are just some of the enhancements
made to the C++ language. Managed Extensions simplify the task of migrating existing C++
applications to the new .NET Framework. C# is Microsoft s new language. It s a C style language that
is essentially C++ for Rapid Application Development . Unlike other languages, its specification is
just the grammar of the language. It has no standard library of its own, and instead has been designed
with the intention of using the .NET libraries as its own. Microsoft Visual J# .NET provides the easiest
transition for Java language developers into the world of
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Epic Of Beowulf Argumentative Essay
You have known about the brilliance of Beowulf the Great, slayer of the foul beast Grendel and of
Grendel s reviled mother, who dragged the ring supplier to her den, much to her own lament; Beowulf,
who slew the monster of the fortune store, the mythical beast who killed our kin for the loss of yet one
gold glass. In spite of the fact that Beowulf s own cutting edge, Naegling, fizzled him in desperate
hour, with the assistance of his brother Wiglaf, he put a conclusion to the reviled worm, however he
lost his life in the fight.
Presently you should know about the childhood of Beowulf and how he picked up the quality of thirty
men in his grasp, the quality he used to tear the arm from the killing Grendel, the descendent of Cain,
the main murder. King Hrethel, understood among the tribes, a honorable pioneer of the Geats, was as
a father to Beowulf, however Beowulf was not the child of his loins. You know from the story of
Beowulf the man that he conveyed the pennant of war into fight interestingly at seven years old.
The person who conveys the pennant serves to rally the warriors at vital circumstances. He should
hold it up high and never discharge his grasp upon it. This the youthful Beowulf did as no developed
man had ever done. He planted his feet in the earth like ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Two of the adversary were progressing upon him. His heart was not savage and he felt no disdain of
his adversaries however as they went ahead he realized that until an extraordinary ruler emerges to
make peace, all tribes of men must be foes. He would murder these men and all other people who
contradicted him and at last, he would make peace. He ventured into fight alone, equipped with his
sword, but then he pushed the trespassers away, leaving twenty dead. He was never tried so extremely
in fight again until he confronted that barbarous beast Grendel. However, this is a story you know
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  • 1. Great Ideas For A+ Essay: How To Write A Hook | Cu 1. Step To get started, you must first create an account on site HelpWriting.net. The registration process is quick and simple, taking just a few moments. During this process, you will need to provide a password and a valid email address. 2. Step In order to create a "Write My Paper For Me" request, simply complete the 10-minute order form. Provide the necessary instructions, preferred sources, and deadline. If you want the writer to imitate your writing style, attach a sample of your previous work. 3. Step When seeking assignment writing help from HelpWriting.net, our platform utilizes a bidding system. Review bids from our writers for your request, choose one of them based on qualifications, order history, and feedback, then place a deposit to start the assignment writing. 4. Step After receiving your paper, take a few moments to ensure it meets your expectations. If you're pleased with the result, authorize payment for the writer. Don't forget that we provide free revisions for our writing services. 5. Step When you opt to write an assignment online with us, you can request multiple revisions to ensure your satisfaction. We stand by our promise to provide original, high-quality content - if plagiarized, we offer a full refund. Choose us confidently, knowing that your needs will be fully met. Great Ideas For A+ Essay: How To Write A Hook | Cu Great Ideas For A+ Essay: How To Write A Hook | Cu
  • 2. Parenting Encouraging better behaviour to A practical guide g positive parentin a child and I was smacked as smack my promised never to ver stopped kids. Smacking ne being me or my brothers resent my naughty, but I did mum afterwards. of Natalie, 3, Christine, mum onths and Louise, 3 m I don t believe in smacking as a method of pu nishment for a child who ha s done something wrong . I don t think it works. Lorraine Kelly, T V presenter and m um of one Most parents say their children are the most important part of their lives. They bring joy and laughter and give you a stake in the future. But sometimes being a parent isn t easy. It can be challenging and exhausting. At such times, parents who are normally loving and caring can find ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Different approaches will work for different children in your family, and the rules will change as your children grow. Understanding why children misbehave All children test the limits you set and try to cross boundaries some of the time. This is an inevitable part of growing up, learning and becoming an independent person. Younger children particularly may test constantly. This is not them being naughty or disobedient it is the only way they can learn when you mean what you say and what the limits to their behaviour are. Attention seeking Children will do just about anything to get the attention they crave from their parents. Revenge Trying to get back at someone they feel has treated them badly a sibling, parent or friend. Children may not understand your reasons for insisting on a rule or limit it helps to recognise their feelings of anger. Feeling sad A child of any age may show that they are feeling sad or anxious by behaving badly and may need more sympathy and affection. Punishing them will only make matters worse.
  • 3. Feeling powerless If a child feels upset at not having control, they may often hit out or get mad at an older sibling or friend. Stage of development Some children are simply not able to do what their parents want because of their age or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Implementing The Sustainable Development Goal On... After reviewing the UN s Sustainable Development Goal on Affordable and Clean Energy (United Nations), I have observed that the majority of the targets listed are truly not measurable. By incorporating the words increase and double , the targets 7.2 and 7.3 appear to be the only two targets which one can use a clear standard unit of comparison. The target 7.1 uses the concept universal access as its amount to achieve by 2030. Although, an amount can be given of the number of people who do not have access to any modern energy services, to give a true measurement of those who do have access, that includes the various types of access available to an individual, is too difficult and unlikely. The remaining targets, 7.a and 7.b lack any ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Using this multi tier framework can present an advantage compared to other existing metrics, where relevant data paucity is an issue (Nerini). The measurements being made for target 7.1 are conducted by calculating the percentage of [the] population with an electricity connection and the percentage of [the] population with primary reliance on non solid fuels ( Progress , 19). The data collected is from internationally standardized questionnaires which are given in national household surveys (19). In regard to the targets 7.2 and 7.3, both objectives use national energy balances collected in standardized form by the International Energy Agency (IEA) for larger countries and by the UN for smaller countries for their data source (19). While the target 7.2 is measured by the percentage of total final consumption of energy from renewable sources , the target 7.3 uses the compound annual growth rate of total primary energy supply to gross domestic product [...] at purchasing power parity [...] (19). As a whole, the targets fail to include all the important aspects of the goal and need some improvements. For starters, the language used throughout the listed targets is vague. In the target 7.1, the word access is used without being defined. Failing to provide an adequate definition leaves the target open to interpretation and misunderstanding. Similarly, in target 7.2 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Introduction. Andrei Octavian Paraschivescu And Florin Introduction Andrei Octavian PARASCHIVESCU and Florin Mihai CAPRIOARA depict the way companies may enhance the performance quality known as a performance action plan, in providing to employees the opportunity to reach a quality performance while holding them liable for past performance. In addition, both authors argue that it is vital to open a true dialog and feedback from the voice of the customers to the stakeholders. Thus, managers must expand a Strategic Quality Management approach to build an affiliation between the corporate strategy and the quality management policy. In this article summary, we will focus on the method; organizations can widen an inspiring Strategic Quality Management approach, through the core concepts of SQM. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Strategic Dimension of Quality Paraschivescu and Caprioara have interpreted David A. Garvin s dimensions of quality, arguing, quality is surely a strategic method to compete effectively quality strategy in considering numerous key dimensions like features, conformance, performance, durability, aesthetics, serviceability, perceived quality, and Reliability. Features: Features are supplemental distinctive to the fundamental operation characteristics. The authors have suggested the DVD player in cars as an illustration. Feature also ensures product s conformity to qualifications that meet the set standards (Paraschivescu Caprioara, 2014, p 24). Performance In Paraschivescu and Caprioara s description Garvin argues that organizations performance concerns assorted operating distinctiveness of the product outcome, suchlike the TV image and sound quality associated with the brand name (Paraschivescu Caprioara, 2014, p 24). Durability: The durability factor gauges the time span of a product use before a subrogation becomes indispensable (Paraschivescu Caprioara, 2014, p 25). Aesthetics: Aesthetic pinpoints the product subjectivity brunt on the human senses, such as its appearance, and tastes (Paraschivescu Caprioara, 2014, p 25). Serviceability: Serviceability factor translates the swiftness, politeness, aptitude and straightforwardness in repairing a damage product (Paraschivescu ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Research Paper On Jonah Isidore E. Sharpe Professor Kenneth Yelverton PWS 102: Homiletics II 12 April 2017 Sermon Preparation/Notes Jonah Jonah 2: 2 (NKJV) In my distress I called to the Lord, and he answered me. What is Jonah s background? Jonah or Jonas is the name given in the Hebrew Bible to a prophet of the northern kingdom of Israel in about the 8th century BCE. Jonah was the main character of the book of Jonah. He was the son of Amittai (Jonah 1:1), and a native of Gathhepher, which was a city of the tribe of Zebulun in the northern Galilee region. Amittai was also a native of Gath hepher. Amittai is only mentioned twice in the Bible, in 2 Kings 14:25 and Jonah 1:1. Nothing is known about him, other than that he was Jonah s father. Jonah was a prophet of the Lord and he was called to deliver a message of repentance to the city of Nineveh which was the capital of the Assyrian Empire. The Assyrians were among the wicked peoples of the ancient world, and they were well known for their cruelty. God will give us assignments that we really do not care for or want. He desires for us to be ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I can guarantee that we have not done all things right. We have violated God s commands. Without any doubt, you cannot hide from the presence of God. God will cause an uproar in your life, until no one around you can find peace and safety. Jonah 1:4 5 Then the Lord sent a great wind on the sea, and such a violent storm arose that the ship threatened to break up. 5th All the sailors were afraid and each cried out to his own god. See people will start letting things go to go or will change what they been doing to see if they can get a different result. 1:6 And they threw the cargo into the sea to lighten the ship. They did not understand what was going; all they knew they were about to die. We have to be aware of the company we keep or the person we let inside our circle. It was not in the load. Even though, we carry too much baggage and we need to throw some things ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Commonness In Musculoskeletal Disorders Purpose of Research and Subjects Musculoskeletal disorders are very common throughout the population. The research into the commonness in musculoskeletal disorders in the shoulder isn t correct due to the lack of uniformity and gold standard measurement. This study focuses on the commonness of musculoskeletal disorders of the shoulder in women. They assess the differences in the commonness of injuries using three different measuring tools. The subjects for this study were working aged women, 20 to 55 years of age. These women were not exposed to heavy or repetitive work. They could not be a part of the study if they had been diagnosed with major pathologies or trauma to the shoulder previously. The subjects were volunteers. The volunteers were found at supermarkets located in the same area. 302 women were enrolled in this cross sectional study. Methods ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The first was a questionnaire for symptoms, disability, and the SF36 health survey. The second assessment was performed by a blinded orthopaedic specialist and third an ultrasound and MRI of the shoulder. In the first stage the subjects took a Nordic style questionnaire that focused on pain in the upper limb. The second stage was performed by an experienced orthopaedic specialist. The specialist assessed both shoulders by determining the range of motion and pull force at a 90 degrees of abduction in the scapular plane. A constant score was calculated for both shoulders. If the constant score was below normal female values, their shoulder was considered abnormal. Third a blinded musculoskeletal radiologist performed an ultrasonography of both shoulders in all subjects. If they had an inconclusive finding they completed the assessment with an MRI. The subjects were not allowed to report any pain they were having during the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Legal Discovery Memo Evaluation Form for Project 3 (10 points) The Evaluation Form must be attached to your Project 3 submission. I will deduct .25 points if the Evaluation Form is not the first page of your submission. Please note that I deduct 2 points per day that a project is late. Evaluation Form for Project 3 You gained points as follows: Effective introduction (1 point max): _____ Effective and accurate explanation of the relevant law (2 points max): _____ Thorough and accurate explanation of the cases on the issue (4 points max): ______ Thorough request for additional information (1 point max): _____ ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The defendant believed that the $100 deposit, together with his initial $28.45 payment, would secure for him the $106.00 per week rental rate in lieu of the higher daily rate. When the defendant was arrested after a report stated that his vehicle was stolen. The officers returned to his room to get his companion out of the room. Additionally, a complete search of the room was ordered without a warrant. Inside a closed dresser drawer the officers found a cloth bag secured at the top with a draw string. They opened the closed bag and found over two ounces of cocaine. As a result, the court found that the above factors constituted the defendant s had a reasonable expectation of privacy in the motel room for three reasons. First, a few days earlier, when the defendant had stayed past check out time, instead of evicting him the hotel permitted him to extend his stay and pay for the additional term of occupancy. Second, the manager testified that it was the motel s policy to ask those guests staying past checkout time whether they would be leaving or extending their stay. It was not the motel s policy to evict guests who were staying past checkout time for brief periods. Third, the defendant had given the hotel a large cash deposit, which may have led him to believe that he was paid up through the rest of the week. In ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Analysis Of The Movie Miracle Miracle review During the Lake Placid Olympics in 1980. USA, a team that consisted of college kids defeated the heavily favorite Soviet Union in hockey. Eventually, team USA won the gold medal against Finland. USA s first gold medal since 1960 in hockey. The 1980 USA hockey gold medal victory is arguably the greatest moment in U.S. sports history. The 2003 film Miracle is about the events that led USA to victory. Also, the film exemplifies that an underdog can truly win. In my opinion, the film Miracle is the best well made and most influential sports movie. I give it 10 out 10 stars, based on the realistic action scenes, inspirational quotes and underdog story. The first piece of criteria I used was Inspirational quotes. Quotes that have a deeper meaning in them. In the movie, legendary head coach Herb brooks of team USA said, Great moments are born from great opportunities . I find this quote inspirational because it s a huge opportunity to represent your country and do something that hasn t been in 20 years, which was winning the gold medal. Russia was going through the Cold war. In addition, another memorable quote is, Mike Eurzione Winthrop, Massachusetts! . Who do you play for? . I play for the United states of America! . That s all gentlemen . This quote happened right after when the U.SA tied the subpar Norwegian team 3 3. During the game, some of the players were distracting themselves away from the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Un Chien Andalou The Marvelous Irrational The Surrealists believed that the conscious mind repressed the power of imagination and dreams, weakening it by norms or taboos. They utilized unusual and untraditional techniques and phenomena to achieve subconscious creativity, eradicating the line between dream and reality. The film Un Chien Andalou was extreme for 1929, because non traditional art was passion of both Buñuel and Dali; therefore, they were driven to shock the common movie viewers by using bizarre surrealistic imagery in a film that was disjointed and disturbing to the masses, because of its purposeful bizarre symbolism and suggested eroticism. Un Chien Andalou was born of the encounter between my dreams and Dali s. , says Luis Bunuel in his autobiography; both Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dali are known to be artists who are considered as the creators and representatives of the Surrealist movement, while challenging it in every work of them. The film begins with Buñuel s dream of a woman s eye cut by a razor, and Dali s dream of ants emerging from a hole in a man s hand, which are the most important symbols in the film. The beginning is followed with a card reading Once Open a Time , and later it jumps to eight years later without a significant change in the characters or the events: only the sound ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, she is also distrusting of him sometimes because of his split personality. Elza Adamowicz analysis the woman s function and changing by saying, Her role shifts from maternal (trying to help the cyclist) to sexual, passive to active, object to subject. This bizarre symbolism was probably used to emphasize certain realities of life that were usually hidden in the private world of a couple and not shown in the films, by Buñuel and Dali throughout the film. The semi nude scene also serves a pertinent example of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Respectful Relationship Theory Introduction In this reflection journal I will be discussing Ata growing respectful relationship theory, which I chose to use for Kate s case study, and Ecological systems theory, which was used for Hone s case study. I will further reflect on the appropriateness of the two theories in relation to these given case studies. Lastly I will look at the application of these theoretical frameworks. Theories Reflecting back on Kate s case study I feel that Pohatu s ata growing respectful relationship I m unsure if ata was the most suitable model to use with Kate. I personally felt then that initially I needed to develop a rapport with Kate first to build an effective and trusting relationship if we were to work together. Because the focus of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Therefore I felt that Urie Brofennbrenner ecological systems theory was best suited for Hone as it looks at the environment that surrounded the individual and how the impact of each system could affect them. The ecological systems perspective looks at the bigger picture of the individual. it regonises the relationship between environment and individual, for example the relationship between Hone and his school. In social work practice it helps to regonise the influence of the environment on the individual weather it be directly or indirectly. The application of the ecological systems theory enables me to identify the factors from each of Hone s system, which was causing an impact on him. Through the applying the systems theory I was able to gain to a better knowledge of understanding to his erratic behaviour and awareness that there were some underlying issues that needed to be addressed as well. Hone s mother leaving him when he was born is one the many or not root of the underlying issues. Again like Kate s case study I feel that another model would be working in conjunction with systems theory such as Freud s psychodynamic theory. I feel that the individual needs to be explored also and why they are behaving in such manner. The psychodynamic theory is about the exploration of the inner self and how the unconscious forces drive human behavior, how the clients identify the conflicts and their experiences. This will help to understand the hidden meanings in things that Hone say, think, or is engaging in such as smoking or cutting ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Difference Between Inuit And Aleut The Inuit and Aleut had an extraordinary arrangement in like manner. Numerous people lived in vault molded houses made of grass or timber (or, in the North, ice squares). They utilized seal and otter skins to make warm, weatherproof apparel, streamlined dogsleds and long, open fishing vessels (kayaks in Inuit; baidarkas in Aleut). When the U.S. bought The Frozen North in 1867, many years of abuse and presentation to European infections had incurred significant damage. The local population had dropped to only 2,500. The relatives of these survivors still make their home in the region today. The Subarctic culture zone, for the most part made out of swampy, piney woods (taiga) and waterlogged tundra, extended crosswise over a lot of inland The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. George Cukor My Fair Lady My fair lady by George Cukor is a musical story about a misogynistic and snobbish phonetics professor, Henry Higgins, who takes a bet from Colonel Pickering that he can take a flower girl, Eliza Doolittle, and makes her presentable in high society. Eliza Doolittle is a young woman with a horrendous accent who is selling flowers on the street. One day she heard that the professor can teach any woman to speak so rightly as a duchess. Eliza wants to work in a flower shop, so she finds the way that the professor teach her a few speech lessons and she offers to pay him for that but the professor Higgins takes Eliza on free of charge. At first, Eliza s lessons were terrible. She makes no progress and Higgins at that time was exhausted. As the time ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Analysis Of George Orwell s War, And The Wisdom Of The... London not only uses the wild nature of dogs but also uses human s wild instinct. In his stories of War, and To the Wisdom of the Trail, London uses the brutalness of natural intuition to show survival of the fittest. In the story War, a scout lets an enemy scout live, just to be killed by that same scout. This is ironic, and London uses this irony to show that humans are willing to kill when their own life is in peril. The need to survive is a very crucial piece of this story, and the narrator lets his emotions get in the way of his instinct. Nature also plays a key role. In this case, nature is a foil to the theme. London draws a stark contrast between the tranquility of nature, and the brutality that is human nature. This highlights how brutal the human intuition, a part of nature, in the beautiful landscape of the forest. Jeanne Reesman writes, While nature shows her fecundity with images of great forests and the golden pollen that hangs in the air, men kill each other as strangers (Reesman. War ). Nature in this story is seen in the instinct of the living scout, as well as in the emotion of the narrator. The narrator is killed leaving the reader to think that the beauty of nature is inferior to natural instinct. Nature and the narrator are very similar in this story, both are calm and worry free. The Scout who lives is brutal, and wild, like the nature that is traditionally described in London s work. The prevailing scout goes to his natural instinct ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Analysis of the Causes and Measures of Curbing Fraud in... ANALYSIS OF THE CAUSES AND MEASURES OF CURBING FRAUD IN THE BANKING SECTOR. BY ESSIEN NSIKAK U. A RESEARCH PROJECT SUBMITED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, COVENANT UNIVERSITY, OTA. IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (B.sc) DEGREE IN ACCOUNTING. CERTIFICATION I certify that this project titled The Analysis of the causes and measures of curbing fraud in the banking sector was carried out by ESSIEN, Nsikak U. (05AA01752) under my supervision and is found to be adequate in scope for the requirement of a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting. _________________________ ______________________ MRS. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Finally, it was recommended that The bank s control system should be of high priority both at management and operational levels, the regulatory authorities have a responsibility of exposing staff to the dynamics of modern day banking operations, The level of punishment meted out to fraudsters is not commensurate enough to deter others from committing such crimes in the future. The penalties already in place should be reviewed. In this regard, a Nigerian version of the Sarbanes Oxley act must be enacted and since the most important resource of any organization is the human resource, there must be a standard audit department staffed with the best material in terms of knowledge, experience, human relations, integrity, dedication and commitment to the success of the bank. TABLE OF CONTENTS Title page............................................................................................................I Certification........................................................................................................II Dedication..........................................................................................................III Abstract...............................................................................................................IV Acknowledgements.............................................................................................V Table of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Essay on Ir Theory Article Review-Doyle Doyle, M. Liberalism and World Politics , American Political Science Review, 1986, vol. 80(4), pp. 1151 69 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY Article Review 17th October 2011. Doyle, M. Liberalism and World Politics , American Political Science Review, 1986, vol. 80(4), pp. 1151 69 Michael Doyle, author of this article was one of the first IR theorists in modern era to analyze the assumptions on liberal peace focusing mainly on Kant s idea. The John Hopkins University published this article in 1986. In this paper I will summarize the article and give analysis on key points that drive the main arguments in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In contrast to Schumpeter s liberal pacifism, Machiavelli s liberal imperialism encompasses that the best form of state for imperial expansion are free republics and they are not pacifistic (Doyle, 1986:1154). He goes on to say that Liberty results from the competition and necessity for compromise required by the division of powers among senate, consuls, and tribunes and also from a powerful veto (Doyle, 1986:1154). When the citizens know that their lives and properties are secure from seizure or attacks, liberty tends to encourage an increase population and property, with strength and imperial expansion being the basis of protection (Doyle, 1986:1151). Machiavelli says that expansion calls for a free republic rather than an aristocratic one. He used Rome and Sparta/ Venice as examples respectively. Imperial expansion is important in order to avoid other states with similar aims becoming a threat and also other citizens can pose to be a threat when they are not allowed to satisfy their ambition or exercise their political strengths. This is the basis of the traditional belief liberal imperialism, which Machiavelli tries to explain. The third theoretical approach is Kant s liberal internationalism. This theory embodies both the liberal pacifism and liberal imperialism and gives a clear explanation on these two legacies and helps to give an understanding to international relations. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Nathanial Hawthorne s The Scarlet Letter Nathanial Hawthorne was born July 4, 1804. He was born in Salem, Massachusetts. His family name was Hathorne. He wanted his name to be different, so he added a w Hawthorne used his Puritanism legacy in the novels he wrote, such as The Scarlet Letter. This was his most well known novel. He was an American writer. He was married and his wife was named Sophia. They lived a reclusive life. At the young age of four, Hawthorne s father died of yellow fever in 1808. He was a sea captain. His mother raised him alone. His uncle, Robert Manning, helped financially with his college education. He attended Bowden College. At the age of seventeen, he quotes his vocation, I do not want to be a doctor and live by men s diseases, nor a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They fell in love and were later married in 1842 in Boston at her parents home. They moved to Concord, MA and rented from Ralph Waldo Emerson. Hawthorne continued to write short stories. He joined the Transcendental movement. In 1846 he published Mosses from and Old Manse. Herman Melville wrote a glowing review in 1850 and acknowledged the importance of recognizing guilt, evil and mystery in humanity. The couple moved back to Salem in 1845 to live with his mom. He accepted a position of secretary of the Salem Lyceum. When Zachary Taylor won the presidency, Hawthorne lost his job. The following year his mother passed away. He was cleaning out the attic and found a worn letter A . This gave him the inspiration to write his most famous novel, The Scarlett Letter. It was one of the first massed produced books in the United States and released in 1850. Hawthorne and his wife moved into a farmhouse in Lenox, MA. He went on to write The House of Seven Gables. Rural life did not work for him, as he enjoyed being close to the sea and the city. Therefore, he moved his family back to Concord. He and Sophia now had three children. They lived in a place called Wayside. While living where he joined the Romantic Movement and wrote, The Blithedale Romance. He also wrote children s stories based on Greek ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Keys To A Healthy Retirement By George Vaillant After reading George Vaillant s article Keys to a Healthy Retirement I immediately thought about my grandmother. My grandmother is currently 69 years old. She retired at 59 years old as a licensed practical nurse. After reading Keys to a Healthy Retirement I believe that my grandmother has accomplished a healthy retirement below is my rationale. According to Vaillant, creating a new social network is a key to a healthy retirement. My grandmother has more of a social network than I do. She is a member of the Moose Lodge in downtown Middletown. At the moose my grandmother and grandfather meet with old friends to catch up and play darts or pool. My grandmother s biggest social interaction is with her grandchildren. She has a social encounter with at least one ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She enjoys the sunshine because the unpleasant weather makes her feel ill. As a result of the drowsy winters in Ohio she travels to warm states for three to four months out of the year. Her most recent trip was to Port Charlotte, Florida. In addition to the long stays in other states she also goes on small trips with my grandfather. They attend the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally every August. Finally, my grandmother enjoys playing a round of golf with my grandfather on sunny days. Vaillant also states that following your creative instincts is another key to a healthy retirement. My grandparents are extremely creative. They purchase cheap run down homes and improve the looks and function of the home for a profit. She decorates the new homes with modern paint and furniture. Another example of how my grandmother is creative is how she teaches me. My grandmother is a retired nurse and I am currently a nursing student. If I do not understand some of the content in class I will give my grandmother a visit or a phone call. She will teach me a different way so that I can understand the content better. She will give examples, stories or aid me during hands on ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Peanut Butter Cup Mousse aspics that represented the height of sophistication three decades ago as well as fussy dishes involving numerous components often served stuffed into yet an other element. Classical French preparations (often with the traditional generous quantities of cheese, butter, and cream) have given way to lighter Italian and Mediterranean fare. Also new to these pages are many ingredients considered esoteric or exotic until recently, among them grains like kamut, spelt, and quinoa; produce including Chioggia beets, Russian kale, and jicama; and essential flavorings and condiments like smoked paprika, balsamic vinegar, and chipotle peppers. What remains unchanged is our commitment to bringing a balanced and for ward looking group of recipes that will please every member of the family while ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The more than 1,000 recipes in this book prove that natural ingredients can be used to create every kind of dish from homey Roasted Heirloom Carrots to luscious Maple Semifreddo or Peanut Butter Cup Mousse. With this book you can please plain eaters with simple Corn Muffins or Apple Pie, or you can impress sophisticated diners with Miso Egg Drop Soup or Apricot Soufflé. These few examples can only hint at the fresh attitudes toward food and food preparation that have inspired this book. The resources of the Rodale Test Kitchen are devoted to the proposition that the purest, most nutritious food is also the best tasting. We believe that the information and the recipes in this book will convince any cook that this is true. With pride and confidence, we invite you to use and enjoy it, always in good ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. 2 Live Crew Case Summary An example of the application of fair use exception in the US case, Campbell v. Acuff Rose Music, Inc (1994) . In this case, there are a rap music group called 2 Live Crew utilise the composition of William Dees and Roy Orbison named Oh, Pretty Woman as a fundamental of their own work titled Pretty Woman . 2 Live Crew took the distinctive bass line of prior work and make adaptation of the lyrics and reproduce in their own style. Hence, this turned the song into the popular parody. The District Court granted summary judgment for 2 Live Crew that their reproduce song was a parody which mad under fair use purpose under section 107 of the US copyright law. While the Court of Appeals reversed and remanded, stated that the parody could cause ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Waugh consider this case in two ways , first, in an aspect of the copyright of introductory eight notes separate from the whole track of the O Euchari copyright which constitute the copyright infringement of the whole piece. Another aspect is eight notes which have been sampled is considered as a substantial part of the O Euchari . Judge Laddie Q.C. stated that if the copyright owner is entitled to refine his copyright work so as to match the size of the alleged infringement, there would never be a requirement for substantiality. In this case, the portion of the work dramatically determine the result of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. The Negative Effects Of Living Separately As A Married Couple Living Separately as a Married Couple Let the wife make the husband glad to come home, and let him make her sorry to see him leave (Luther); When a married couple decides to live in separate houses, the married couple may think it is peaceful, relaxing, and full of excitement; however, that is not the case. When a married couple lives separately, the couple may enjoy his or her freedom. By freedom, the writer means walking around the house wearing only her skin, listening to music, and singing loudly even though it does not sound pleasant. From the writer s experience, living separately from her spouse has not been an easy or enjoyable experience. Living separately from a spouse has several effects such as financial burdens, infidelity, and a negative impact on children. One important effect of married couples living in separate homes is financial burdens. Prior to living separately, the married couples had two incomes. Rather than paying bills on their own, the couple possible shared accounts and the responsibility of paying bills together. The husband and wife would have to learn how to budget on one income. Before, the husband and wife saved money together, but separately the couple could have difficulty saving money due to extra expenses. Now since the couple is living in two separate homes, more expenses are created; for instance, renting a storage building. Another result of married couples living separately is infidelity. Since the married couple is living in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Summary Of Lorazepam 11 drug mode of action : Lorazepam binds to an allosteric site on GABAA receptors, which are pentameric ionotropic receptors in the CNS. Binding potentiates the effects of the inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA, which upon binding opens the chloride channel in the receptor, allowing chloride influx and causing hyperpolerization of the neuron. 12 contraindications : not give 18 years old , patient with hypersensitivity of benzodiazepine , acute narrow angle glaucoma , pregnancy and lactation 13 possible side effect : blureed vision , diffuclt breathing , sweating , confusion , blue skin lips and finger , drowniess , sleepiness 14 pregnancy and lactation : not give because : fetal damge and congental malformation , life thretening with drawl symptoms in a newporn also the drug can pass into breast milk ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Used alone or in combination with other CNS depressants may lead fatal respiratory depression and to physical and psychological dependence. Continuous long term not recommended. discontinuation of drug Withdrawal symptoms (e.g. rebound insomnia) so should be avoided and a gradual dosage tapering schedule Used with caution in patients with compromised respiratory ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. U.S. Virgin Islands as a Vacation Spot Essay US Virgin Islands has a lot to offer whatever it is you are looking for. I am sure you can find it there. The US Virgin Islands are my favorite place outside of Philadelphia because of it stunning landscaping, unlimited duty free shopping and outstanding weather. In US Virgin Islands you can enjoys all activities anything from water sports around the island to a short boat trip to St. John?s and St. Croix. You can take advantage of the duty free shopping or enjoy yourself on the beautiful sandy beaches. Charlotte Amalie is the capital of the United States Virgin Islands and one of the most popular cruise ports in the Caribbean. Charlotte Amalie is where the cruise ships dock and the white and pastel houses are heavily sprinkled against ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Magens Bay is a beautiful one mile stretch of white sand located on St. Thomas?s southern end. The beach offers calm crystal clear blue water with a little current which is great for just floating around. Snorkeling is available along the rocky coast which is beautiful. The palm trees are perfectly placed along the edge of the beach therefore, if you want some shade it is available. US Virgin Islands is home to world famous shopping. Hundreds of duty free shops line the streets and alleys of the capital of St. Thomas, Charlotte Amalie. Multiple buildings in Havensight, where most cruise ships dock, house shops and boutiques. There are smaller malls around the island and even the larger hotels offer shopping. The best buys in the islands include jewelry, alcohol, china, crystal, perfumes, art, clothing, watches and cameras. Most of the jewelry stores offer stones that are not available in the states. These stones include blue diamonds, canary diamonds, colored topazes and much more. Most of these stones are not available in the states because of the price. In the US Virgin Islands theses purchases are duty free and tax free. The weather in US Virgin Islands is always beautiful and on an average 80° F year round. The sun is hot and there is always a light wind which keeps you cool while on the beach sunbathing or enjoying shopping. There is never a cloud in the sky and never a rain shower during the day. The weather is also great for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Comparing Catcher In The Rye And The Bell Jar The transition between childhood into adolescence is an essential period in one s life that shapes how individual feels about themselves. This transition can be difficult for some individuals because they are unable to find their self identity. In J.D Salinger s The Catcher in the Rye Holden Caulfield neglects growing up and finds it difficult to search for his life ambitions. Similarly, in Sylvia Plath s The Bell Jar, Esther Greenwood struggles internally to fulfil her ambitions and conform to societal expectations. Eventually, this affects the psychological state of the protagonists and leads them to fall into depression. In J.D Salinger s The Catcher in the Rye and Sylvia Plath s The Bell Jar, Holden and Esther lose their self identity, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This can be recognized as Holden confesses, I was only thirteen, and they were going to have me psychoanalyzed and all, because I broke all the windows in the garage (Salinger, 44). Punching windows is a sign of severe unhappiness and anger that consumes Holden as he resorts to violence. Allie s death in childhood establishes life s rules as arbitrary and cruel, and provides an explanation for Holden s fixation on childhood. According to psychologist John Bowlby, children can respond to death by engaging in unprovoked violence towards peers or adults or inexplicable destruction of property (Bowlby). As another method of coping with this death, Holden appears to talk to himself. He confesses, I felt so depressed, you can t imagine. What I did, I started talking, sort of out loud, to Allie. I do that sometimes when I get very depressed (Salinger, 53). Again, Holden copes with Allie s death by talking to Allie himself. Conceivably, Holden is unable to communicate with living individuals. Thus, Holden talks to someone who is dead and cannot genuinely help him overcome his failures. This grief keeps Holden from growing as an individual in the important years of his ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. The Rise Of The Creative Class Chicago Heights is located only about thirty miles away from one of the largest metros in the United States. Yet it does not come close to the resources needed for it to be a successful city, nevertheless, a creative one. But the city wasn t always relinquished from being prosperous. Back in the late 70 s and early 80 s, there was no better place to be in then Chicago Heights. The factories and businesses were booming, and the unemployment rates were declining. At least that s how Elizabeth Fushi Peterson, teacher at Bloom High School, remembers it. I spoke with her earlier last month in regards to Richard Florida s theory on the Creative Class and the idea of a creative city. In his book, The Rise of The Creative Class Revisited, Richard Florida introduces the Creative Class as individuals who engage is work to create new forms (38). Florida s Creative Class theory is that if the creative class was aware of how powerful they are, they could impact our economy and our culture. In accordance to how Richard Florida explains who would be in the Creative Class theory, Mrs. Fushi Peterson belongs to it. Yet she decided to move from a creative city to Chicago Heights, a not so creative city. This contradicts Florida s ideas of a creative lifestyle that is attached with the membership of being a creative. Which brings me to explore how important location to creative individuals, and how cities try to attract the Creative Class members. The purpose of this study is to find out ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. The Importance Of Narrative Writing Narrative Writing is a story that is told and the order in which it is told. Some stories have narrators and some without. The narrator is normally a series of characters or one character who tell the story. Sometimes narrative writing can be classified as fiction writing which is a made up from start to finish. When there is narrative writing that is based on true stores, then the narrative writing is non fiction. Most narrative writing in the law enforcement sector is a how to format or a guideline on how a report should be written. It also explains the actual facts on how a crime occurred during the investigation. According to the text Biggs (2016), There are five rules of narrative writing. The first rule of narrative writing is, the report should always be written in first person. When the narrative explains first person, the narrative is stating that using I or Me in the reports identify the author of the person who is writing the investigative report. If I or Me is not being used to write the investigative reports, the investigation could be sought as made up or fake. The second rule of narrative writing is, the report should also be written in past tense along with first person view. According to the text, If you write in the past tense, you will develop consistency and, as a result, create a report that is professional and easy to read. With this type of consistency, the reports are easily believable to the reader and makes it easy to follow the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Examples Of Dehumanization And Isolation In Flowers For... Dehumanization and Isolation. These are the main themes in the short story by Danielle Keyes, titled Flowers for Algernon . Flowers for Algernon is about a boy who is much less intelligent than the average person, so to make himself smarter, he undergoes an experimental surgery. But as Charlie s IQ continues to grow, he soon comes to find out that all good things must come to an end. Many say that Charlie starts out as the object of dehumanization and isolation, seeing as how his friends treat him, but many more insist that the dehumanization and isolation aren t completely developed until the middle of the story, where Charlie becomes too smart to interact with the people that gave him his newfound intelligence. These themes are often debated upon as to whether or not they become more or less relevant as the story progresses, but what most don t consider is that these themes have always appeared in Charlie s life, he was just too blind to see what was always there. In the beginning of the story, Charlie is quizzed with the Rorschach Test. The test administer tells Charlie to tell him what he sees in the ink. Since Charlie has a tendency to take things quite literally, he first tries to find actual objects in the ink. When the administrator tell him that s not quite what he means, Charlie get scared that the administrator is mad at him because he thinks he spilled the ink. This already demonstrates how dehumanized and isolated Charlie really is. Later in the story, Charlie finds out that he has been chosen to undergo the experimental procedure and happily agrees even though he really has no idea what he is getting into. This is demonstrated in the story when writes And she said Charlie your going to have a second chance. If you volenteer for this experament you mite get smart. They dont know if it will be perminint but theirs a chance. Thats why i said ok even when i was scared because she said it was an operashun (Keyes 206). After Charlie s operation is when the real dehumanization and isolation begin to make their way into the limelight. When Charlie decides to go out with his work friends , the first hint of dehumanization begins to show when Charlie finally realizes that they are not really ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Comparing Rocking-Horse Winner, Prussian Officer, and... Differences in Rocking Horse Winner, Prussian Officer, and Second Best Works by the same author often show the repeated use of certain words, images, or plots. In five short stories by the author, D.H. Lawrence, differences between social classes are the basis for conflict and provide the foundation for taboo relationships. These five stories are The Rocking Horse Winner, The Prussian Officer, Second Best, The White Stocking, and The Daughters of the Vicar. The inclusion of the motif of class differences in these particular works often leads to acts of violence or tragedy as the outcome. In The Rocking Horse Winner, a relationship forms between the pseudo aristocratic Paul and his family s gardener, Bassett. Paul s ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Consequently, more violence also arises. The officer is, a Prussian aristocrat, haughty and overbearing. Having made too many gambling debts . . . he remained an infantry captain (2). The officer is furious at the youth and vigor of his servant, he often catches himself admiring the young, brown, shapely peasant s hand (3) or the strong, easy young figure, the fine eyebrows, the thick black hair (5). The class difference is accentuated by the officer s cruelty towards his young charge: he is forced to stay indoors doing mindless tasks instead of spending a few meager minutes with his girlfriend, he is violently kicked behind the legs for failing to answer a question quickly enough, he is slapped in the face with the end of a belt, and he is struck with a heavy military glove in the same way. The officer is clearly jealous of the freedom of the peasantry, and indicates this with his thoughts of hatred and violent actions as well as words. The servant is tortured simply for who he is, not for what he has done: he is lower than the officer and, therefore, faced with less constraint and social pressures. The Captain could not regain his neutrality of feeling towards his orderly. Nor could he leave the man alone (4). The torture continues until the two are finally placed on the same level during a climactic scene of violence and death. The orderly s murder of the officer is a man to man struggle, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Kroger Competitive Advantage This paper will discuss the kroger company s strategy and competitive advantage. It will also discuss competition and strategy from rival company Walmart. Research will show whether Kroger uses an offensive or defensive strategic approach to business practices. It will discuss mergers and acquisitions of The Kroger Company (Bethel University, 2017). Strategy The Kroger Company uses the broad differentiation strategy. They have business in at least eight different market segments. They operate two thousand, two hundred and fifty five stores across America and operate under twenty four banners. Their market position ranks among the highest in the nation. They also have a strong bargaining power because of their many endeavors into different market areas. Kroger supermarkets have been in business for one hundred thirty four years and have made a substantial contribution to the business world (Annual report, 2017). The Kroger Company owns and operates most of its banner companies. They have convenience stores, fuel centers, pharmacies, fine jewelry, apparel, grocery stores, manufacturing sites, clinics, and financial services. According to Bethel University, (2017) this is called the broad differentiation strategy. They have several services to offer the public, and are always trying to stay ahead of the competition. Competition The Business strategies Wal Mart uses and how they differentiate their services/products there are three generic business strategies and they are, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Personal Religion Comparison World Religions Personal Religion Comparison Laura Ricketts HUM 130 January 17, 2011 Ken Linder World Religions Personal Religion Comparison The chief feature of the Mormon Church, more formally known as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, that distinguishes it from the many variations of mainstream Christianity is that Mormons believe not only in the Bible but also in another scripture, The Book of Mormon (Fisher, 2005, pp. 453 454). On April 6, 1830, Joseph Smith formally organized the church that became The Church of Latter Day Saints. Considered to be the first prophet in the end time before the return of Christ, allegedly Smith was led by God to discover golden tablets that were the sacred word of God. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The members are allowed to choose which study to attend. The studies lasted a little over an hour. The scheduling for various traditions and services was performed in a normal fashion; e.g., how the service in the church is held (music, sermon, etc.); how activities within the church are scheduled; bible school for children, etc. No elders or leaders in the church spoke at the services, teaching about the faith or from the Book of Mormon. This is taught in the classes. Patti warned me that the members of the church do not interact with each other very much, and that they weren t necessarily friendly. This did not seem to be the case today, as many of the sisters came over to speak to Patti, and to meet her friend. Personal Interview The following is a transcript of an interview with my friend concerning her personal beliefs and faith in her religion: Interviewer: What was the main reason(s) for you to decide to follow the Mormon faith? Patti: The church has everything I always felt a church should have, even though I wasn t active in any church. I still believed there was a God and His Son Jesus Christ. Interviewer: What is it about the Mormon faith that keeps you coming back? Patti: Its doctrine, organization and people. The spirit I feel when at church. Interviewer: If there is one thing about the Mormon faith that you don t like, what would that be? Patti: I like everything! (grinning) Interviewer: How strict are you in keeping ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Analysis Of The Software Language And Tools Used In The... This chapter is about the software language and the tools used in the development of the project. The platform used here is .NET. The Primary languages are C#, VB, and J#. In this project C# is chosen for implementation. 5.2. DOTNET 5.2 .1 INTRODUCTION TO DOTNET Microsoft .NET is a set of Microsoft software technologies for rapidly building and integrating XML Web services, Microsoft Windows based applications, and Web solutions. THE .NET FRAMEWORK The .NET Framework has two main parts: 1. The Common Language Runtime (CLR). 2. A hierarchical set of class libraries. 5.2.3 MANAGE CODE MANAGED CODE is a meta data. This provides a guaranteed secure execution and interoperability. 5.2.4 MANAGE DATA With Managed Code comes Managed ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There are also efficient means of converting value types to object types if and when necessary. The set of classes is pretty comprehensive, providing collections, file, screen, and network I/O, threading, and so on, as well as XML and database connectivity. The class library has a number of namespaces, having different functionalities, with minimum dependency between them. LANGUAGES SUPPORTED BY .NET The multi language capability of the .NET Framework and Visual Studio .NET enables developers to use their existing programming skills to build all types of applications and XML Web services. The .NET framework supports new versions of Microsoft s old favorites Visual Basic and C++ (as VB.NET and Managed C++), but there are also a number of new additions to the family. Managed Extensions for C++ and attributed programming are just some of the enhancements made to the C++ language. Managed Extensions simplify the task of migrating existing C++ applications to the new .NET Framework. C# is Microsoft s new language. It s a C style language that is essentially C++ for Rapid Application Development . Unlike other languages, its specification is just the grammar of the language. It has no standard library of its own, and instead has been designed with the intention of using the .NET libraries as its own. Microsoft Visual J# .NET provides the easiest transition for Java language developers into the world of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Epic Of Beowulf Argumentative Essay You have known about the brilliance of Beowulf the Great, slayer of the foul beast Grendel and of Grendel s reviled mother, who dragged the ring supplier to her den, much to her own lament; Beowulf, who slew the monster of the fortune store, the mythical beast who killed our kin for the loss of yet one gold glass. In spite of the fact that Beowulf s own cutting edge, Naegling, fizzled him in desperate hour, with the assistance of his brother Wiglaf, he put a conclusion to the reviled worm, however he lost his life in the fight. Presently you should know about the childhood of Beowulf and how he picked up the quality of thirty men in his grasp, the quality he used to tear the arm from the killing Grendel, the descendent of Cain, the main murder. King Hrethel, understood among the tribes, a honorable pioneer of the Geats, was as a father to Beowulf, however Beowulf was not the child of his loins. You know from the story of Beowulf the man that he conveyed the pennant of war into fight interestingly at seven years old. The person who conveys the pennant serves to rally the warriors at vital circumstances. He should hold it up high and never discharge his grasp upon it. This the youthful Beowulf did as no developed man had ever done. He planted his feet in the earth like ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Two of the adversary were progressing upon him. His heart was not savage and he felt no disdain of his adversaries however as they went ahead he realized that until an extraordinary ruler emerges to make peace, all tribes of men must be foes. He would murder these men and all other people who contradicted him and at last, he would make peace. He ventured into fight alone, equipped with his sword, but then he pushed the trespassers away, leaving twenty dead. He was never tried so extremely in fight again until he confronted that barbarous beast Grendel. However, this is a story you know ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...