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Mendel Worksheet
1) Mendel and the Black Box
a) Mendel was the first person to comprehend the basic principles of genetics.
2) The Experimental Subjects: Pisum sativum
a) Gregor Mendel started out experimenting with pea plants.
i) He bred generations of pea plants and observed the traits that showed up in each generation.
b) Phenotype: any physiological feature, bodily characteristic, or behavior of an organism.
c) Genotype: genetic makeup.
3) Starting the Experiments: Yellow and Green Peas
a) Mendel found out that organisms can have the same phenotypes, but have different underlying
genotypes.
b) He also found out that the basic units of genetics are material elements that come in pairs.
c) Mendel confirmed that genes can retain their characteristics throughout
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Emotion Management Paper
Strategies of Emotion Management For this week s discussion post, I will be discussing how nurses
use emotion management to protect their own psychological and emotional well being on and off the
job. In reference to the article, venting to peers is the most recognized method of managing high levels
of emotions, this is done venting to colleagues, who can relate because they too share the same
environment. Another equally effective method often used is reconstructing difficult situations into a
positive light. For instance, a patient who has passed away can be recognized as a relief of suffering
(Hammonds Cadge, 2014, p. 166). Another aspect of stress management we have to consider is how
we deal with emotional issues off the job. Nurses
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Use Of Sarty In William Faulkner s Barn Burning
In Barn Burning, William Faulkner uses a stylistic choice of limited third person point of view in
order to create dramatic irony of Sarty s limited understanding of the reality of the court case. Unlike a
first person point of view, limited third person provides the reader with details about the supporting
characters and the court case that Sarty does not fully comprehend. Limited third person point of view
is effective in showing dramatic irony because it shows how Sarty does not understand what is going
on around him. Although Sarty s father believes society to be cruel, he comes to the realization that
society is sympathetic. For example, Sarty was called up to the stand to testify against his father.
Although, he did not testify because
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Analysis Of Paley And Aquinas
Analysis of Paley and Aquinas Readings in Topic 4
Introduction
In the argument, The Argument From Design from Natural Theology, William Paley argues that living
things are like watches in one crucial respect: both exhibit design, the universe with everything in it.
Paley thinks that people assume that the universe works for a purpose like the watch does. So, people
would reasonably conclude that the universe has a designer or creator, like the watch does, God.
Although, atheists deny that the universe is designed. But, shouldn t there be some knowledgeable or
intelligent creator to guide us towards our purpose to function in life?
In the article, The Five Ways, from Summa Theologica, Thomas Aquinas argues whether God exists,
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Summary
William Paley found a watch on the ground and assumed that the watch was put together for a
purpose. His arguments, then, lead towards the teleological argument, which starts from relatively
specific observations to the crucial notion of purpose where there is an intelligent cause to the
universe. Paley s whole argument discusses how there must be a maker of the universe since there is a
maker of the watch, which must be God. In contrast, a telescope has a designer, so an eye must also
have a designer,
The end is the same; the means are the same. The purpose in both is alike; the contrivance for
accomplishing that purpose is both alike: The lenses of the telescope, and the humours of the eye bear
a complete resemblance to one another, in their figure their position; and in their power over the rays
of light... How is it possible, under circumstances of such close affinity, and under the operation of
equal evidence, to exclude contrivance from one, yet to acknowledge the proof of contrivance having
been employed, as the plainest and clearest of all propositions in the other?... (Paley, p.30).
If the watch could somehow reproduce, Paley still would not question that the watch still had
originated from some intelligent designer. Like the watch, he thinks the universe also works for a
purpose. Paley proscribes design as foresight, which is connected with purpose, however, the purpose
is not the same as the function. It is said to be
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God s Omnipotence Or Almighty
According to Grudem, God s omnipotence means that God is able to do all his holy will (216).
Omnipotence is defined as all powerful. Examples of God s omnipotence or almighty power is seen in
Ps.24:8, Gen.18:14, and Jer. 32:17. God is capable of things beyond our imagination as seen in Eph
3:20 and nothing is impossible (Luke 1:37 and Matt. 19:26). God has the will to do whatever he
pleases that even humankind has not seen before (Ps. 115:3).
However, people often question God s omnipotence when they hear that He is all powerful and
nothing is impossible for him. Can God sin? Can God die? The response to this is that God is able to
do anything that is not against his character; hence, Grudem s definition God is able to do all his ...
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Prov. 16:9 emphasizes this thought by saying that despite man s tendency to plan their life, God
ultimately moves throughout their life. In addition, God controls and care for the animals. (Matt.6:26,
Matt. 10:29, Ps. 104:27). These scriptures demonstrate God know his creation intimately. This also
include the weather as seen in Ps. 148:8, Job 37:6 13, Ps. 135:6, and Ps. 104:14. Even random or
chance events as people often deem as luck or coincidence is according to the Lord (Prov. 16:33).
Finally, God controls all aspects of human lives. Humans are dependent on God as seen in Matt. 6:11.
God knew us before we were born. (Ps. 139:16) and our character and gifts were given by God (1 Cor
4:7).
Despite knowing that God is sovereign and controls all, it is extremely important to know that our
choices and actions still causes the future to happen. God may control everything and know
everything, but that does not diminish the fact that humans still have the power to choose their actions.
God loves humankind to where He has made man and given him the power of willing choice. Joshua
24:15 shows a situation where man is given the choice to decide to serve God or John 3:16 where man
can decide to accept Christ. Man has free will to decide what to do.
God is omniscient in that He knows everything and knows all things possible. God knows the past,
present, and the future. In fact, God knows each man on earth. An example of such knowledge is that
God
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Acute Stroke
The initial signs of acute stroke on nonenhanced CT are subtle but signs that may be visible would
include: loss of distinction between white and grey mater, hypodensities in the brain parenchyma, loss
of appearance of sulcal markings on surface of the brain and obscured delineation of basel ganglia.
The presence of hyerdensity in a main artery may imply thrombus in a main cerebral artery. In the
absence of contrast this sign has a high specificity but a low sensitivity for middle cerebral artery
occlusion. Overall a nonenhanced CT brain in acute stroke has a sensitivity as low as 26%. If more
than 30% of the distribution of the middle cerebral artery shows evidence of acute strioke
thrombolysis is contraindicated. The Alberta Stroke Program Early CT Score ( ASPECTS) can be used
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This has the effect to produce contrast between vascular structures and surrounding soft tissues.
Depending on the timing of imaging after IV injection arteries veins or soft tissues are highlighted.
For the purposes of acute evaluation of stroke as is described above an initial non contrats CT scan is
performed , followed immediately afterwards by a CT angiogram to evaluate vascular structures from
aortic arch to the vertex. This technique is very accurate for diagnosing occlusion of any of the
cerebral arteries be they intracranial or extracranial. It will also diagnose the presence of stenosis or
dissection of the carotid arteries or middle cerebral arteries. From these images reconstructions of
intracranial and extracranial cerebral arteries can be made. A contrast enhanced cerebral angiogram is
essential for the planning of thrombectomy as it will provide precise anatomy of cerebral arteries, any
stenosis or thrombus in each
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Charlotte Perkins Gilman s The Yellow Wallpaper
Women have been seen as lesser, fragile, and intellectually inferior to men in Western societies for
centuries. Luckily strong and unrelenting women have come before us, changing the way women have
been perceived and understood and making the current period in Western history the most favorable
for women, yet. Charlotte Perkins Gilman was one of the aforementioned influential women who
challenged the the statues quo with her dynamic short story written in 1892 entitled The Yellow
Wallpaper. Some may see The Yellow Wallpaper as a story about a woman descending into insanity
after postpartum depression. However when looking at the story from a feminist perspective, I argue
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With this interpretation, the symbolism of the wallpaper being a male constructed barrier of female
suppression looses all meaning. There are far too many references to our main characters squelched
life under her husband, his total control over her, and her freedom after she tears down the wallpaper
that support the story being interpreted as a woman s plight to escape the male domineering thumb
that sensors her and other women s entire worlds. Without the feminist perspective in this story much
of its symbolism and meaning would be
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In order to isolate bacteriophage specific for Salmonella,...
In order to isolate bacteriophage specific for Salmonella, we will following procedures below. Firstly,
we will inoculate 5 mL tryptic soy broth with Salmonella. Then we touch a colony of Salmonella by
using a sterile needle and transfer it to the tube consisting LB broth. After that, we incubate the culture
overnight at 37oC. The next day, we will inoculate another tube with 4.5 mL of water sample that we
take from poultry farm nearby that we suspect as source of Salmonella contamination on the squid
water farm. We also add 0.5 mL of overnight Salmonella culture and 0.5 mL of 10X tryptic soy broth.
The mixture will be incubate for about 24 to 48 hours at 37oC. During this incubation period, we
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A confluent lawn of bacteria will appear covering the agar. The phage will infect and kill the bacteria
in the center of the plate. This will creates a visible region of zero bacteria or also known as plaque.
Characterization of bacteriophage.
The next step is by extract individual plaque from the overlay agar medium by using a pipette. The
plaque expected to contain specific bacteriophage against Salmonella. So, the extracted plaque will
undergo several re culture processes with Salmonella. After we get the phages, we need to do
characterization by examine their morphology and doing staining process. In this case, we use
negative staining. In negative staining, we will place a single drop of nigrosin on a clean microscope
slide. By applying aseptic technique, we will transfer a little bit of our phage from the plaque and mix
it into the drop of nigrosin on the slide. Another microscope slide will be used to spread out the drop
into a film. Air dry the film and observe the slide under microscope according to correct techniques.
High purity of bacteriophage preparation can be obtained by using ion exchange chromatography,
high speed centrifugation and other modern purification. Besides, we also can use advanced
purification techniques to purify phages and to ensure that they are free form unwanted bacteria. We
will determine the viability and titer of phages before using them therapeutically.
Laboratory testing on effect of
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Prescription Drug Abuse In California
How does the use of prescription drug influence high schoolers in California?
Introduction
Prescription drugs are influencing kids in the high schools of California, causing many negative
effects in the body of kids, unlike other cities in the U.S and Europe where the number of reported
cases are lower. In Southern California the use of prescription drugs has skyrocketed, In 2014 the
number of cases involving the prescription drug opioid, a popular pain killer, consisted of 11,638 as
opposed to 5,753 cases in 2014 according to the California Department of Public Health. The number
of cases has more than doubled in the past years and there are many programs that are being integrated
into the school that is trying to prevent the increase of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
It is shown that we need to monitor the situation a step farther as to take action when noticing an
abuse in drug abuse in ages in high schools. Although major suppliers might be against it, as it will
take away potential clients for future business, the NSDUH will have more major role in applying the
problem to places, such as California. This solution will have some difficulties as it needs the approval
and understanding of the medical professions, therefore by establishing a system such as the DARE
program to educate doctors on the methods of monitoring clients and implementing the use of the
program
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Exchange Analysis On The Realms Of Financial Trading
Exchange can be defined in a number of ways, it is the process of giving or taking an
object/thing/commodity in return for another (Merriam Webster, 2017). Or as defined by Investopedia
(2017) an exchange is a marketplace in which securities, commodities, derivatives and other financial
instruments are traded . The element of financial instruments however can be brought into question. It
can be hypothesised that exchange does not always have to exist within in the realms of financial
trading. The exchange journal exercise challenged my idea of exchange as it highlighted the inherent
sociality of exchange relationships. In response to this it also highlighted the capitalist underpinnings,
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The agency and sociality of commodities can be exhibited by an exchange via Vic Deals between my
flatmates and I and a person down the road from us.
Our flat requires a couch, it is an object we desire and thus are happy to exchange money, for a couch.
Money however is a fictious commodity as a commodity, according to Polanyi (2001) as something
produced for consumption however money is not consumed; it just circulates through markets acting
as a stand in representing the value of commodities. After locating a couch on Vic Deals we then
message the seller of the couch. Through Facebook a social exchange of basic details, including the
location of the couch, occurs. This is a purely social exchange however it could be argued that
Facebook is gaining revenue via advertising and our patronage on their website. To me when I
actually began to think about capitalism in a deeper sense I realised just how engrained into day to day
life it is, you don t have to be making a purchase in order to interact with capitalist systems. It turns
out that the couch is located very near to our flat which adds the element of convenience to this
ongoing exchange. We decide to go look at the couch and then after looking at we decide to purchase
this couch.
My flatmate transfers $125 to the seller s bank account; in this exchange, the only physical handing
over of goods/commodities is us receiving the couch. Whilst the money does exist it is not in physical
form and is only transferred from
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To What Extent Did the Nazis Achieve the Aims of Their...
From 1933 to 1939 Hitler aimed to achieve a social revolution in Germany. He aimed to achieve such
social policies within the Youth and Women but particularly through his concept of
volksgemeinschaft, meaning people s community, he hoped to transform Germany into a strong
country based on traditional peasant values. David Schoenbaum has argued that Hitler s social
revolution was a fake, and perceived as being real, due to the influence of Hitler s propaganda. Hitler
effectively aimed to unify the people into a united classless racial community and introduce a degree
of loyalty to Hitler and the Nazi Party. In addition to this, Hitler, through domestic social policy and
propaganda, aimed to change the role of women in society such ... Show more content on
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Many of the ways the Nazis enforced the Volksgemeinschaft was effective, because citizens were
reporting suspicious behavior and enemies of the state were being purged from civil service positions.
The implementation of Volksgemeinschaft was largely effective, but also had unintended
consequences and backlash that proved it also party ineffective, whether it was suspicion reports
getting out of control or youths rebelling against the Hitler Youth in order to seek a more open culture.
Hitler had initiated changes that insisted women should return to their traditional roles as homemakers
and provide healthy offspring to the Nazi state. Childbearing was encouraged in Germany, however
this was only acceptable to the Aryans not the Jews. Hitler implemented policies such as financial
incentive marriage loans and special medals were given to women who gave birth to large families.
He also made divorce difficult, abortion and contraception illegal in order to achieve his objective
effectively. Also, womenโ€š organizations were created to indoctrinate women with Nazi ideas such as,
The German Womenโ€š Enterprise. These programs promoted cookery classes, marriage, motherhood
and nationhood. The women organizations have had a major effect on Nazi women as it portrayed that
Hitler made effective changes in order to develop women to be the mothers of a future, healthy
generation. Hitler disliked clever, educated
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Tax Law Case Study
FACTS:
Client A is an unmarried U.S. taxpayer residing in New York City. Recently client A s investment
advisor paid her $150,000 for her investment losses. Per the client, the losses occurred due to the
advisor not changing her investment objectives for her account from all equity to current income in a
prompt manner. However, the advisor understood her request to mean restructure her portfolio over
time as opposed to immediately. Consequently, client A incurred large monetary losses due to the
delay of selling off the volatile securities to safer conservative securities. Nevertheless, both parties
agreed to the $150,00 settlement without admission of fault by either party.
ISSUE(S):
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This section of the code excludes specific awarded damages from gross income for occurrences such
as personal physical injuries subjected within the workplace, accidents, and sickness due to a third
party involvement. For example, an employee falling down a work staircase due to a faulty banister
railing not properly maintained or a motor vehicle accident caused by another driver s carelessness
(texting while driving) and lastly an asbestos related disease from working in power plants without
protective gear would all be excludable from gross income (Power Plants, n.d.). The requirements for
exclusion of settlements for a recovery to be excludable under section 104(a)(2) is best defined in
James D. Ktsanes, TC Summary Opinion 2014 85, Code Sec(s) 61; 104, 09/2/2014 where the taxpayer
argued that a settlement of $65,000 received from an insurance company fell under the guidelines of
IRC ยง 104 due to his Bell s Palsy. Regrettably, the Tax Court s decision did not allow the $65,000
payment to be excluded from the taxpayer s gross income based on the payment being
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Progressive Tax
Abstract
There has long been a debate about the progressive tax. Is it fair that the citizens who earn more are
taxed at a higher rate? Is it fair that those who do not make as much pay a smaller percentage of taxes?
This paper will discuss these questions along with the history of progressive tax. The United States
collects income from six different tax brackets that range anywhere from 10% to 35% on an individual
s taxable income.
Keywords: progressive tax, federal income taxes, ability to pay. In 1913, Congress levied a 1% tax on
net personal incomes above $3,000, with a six percent surtax on incomes above $500,000. As the
nation sought greater revenue to finance the World War I effort, the top rate of income tax rose
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Many claim it is unfair for hard working people to want to better themselves only to have to give the
government more money. They don t want to take the risk to do better, so they can be put into a
different (higher) tax
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Grief And Trauma
Introduction:
I have learned a lot in the Intro to Abuse course, including how I respond to traumatic events; how
abuse affects attachment and how my caregivers affected my self esteem; my resiliency as well as the
skills, traits and professionalism necessary to work effectively with abused children. I will use this
knowledge to develop a better understanding of myself and to become a better Child and Youth Care
practitioner.
Grief and Trauma:
This course has taught me how I respond to traumatic events. For example, this past summer, I was
demoted without warning from a job in which I was extremely invested in and passionate about. On
day three of my job, I was suddenly transferred involuntarily from my position working with children
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As a young child, my parents unintentionally negatively impacted my self esteem in a variety of
different ways. Due to my undiagnosed learning disability, I often misinterpreted or failed to
understand rules and instructions without my parents realizing it. I would frequently get in trouble
because I broke a rule or failed to do what my parents wanted me to without even knowing it. My
parents thought that I was just being difficult so they would yell at me or punish me and because I had
no idea what I had done wrong, I felt like I was a bad kid because I was always getting in trouble. I
would also misinterpret what my parents were trying to say a lot of the time, which was also often
damaging to my self esteem. For example, when I scored my first goal playing hockey I was so
excited and proud of myself and thought my parents would be too, since they would always tell our
family if one of my siblings scored. However, my dad told me that he did not care if I scored a goal
and I interpreted it to mean that he did not care about me or that I scored and only cared if my siblings
did, but what he meant was that he was proud of me whether I scored or not as long as I was doing my
best. My parents also damaged my self esteem by belittling me or shaming me when they got
frustrated because I was not doing what they wanted. For example, my parents would say things like,
why can t you be more like your sister, she can put her seat belt on, why can t you? . This led me to
feel like there was something wrong with me and that I wasn t good enough. It also caused me to start
comparing myself to my siblings, which made me feel inadequate because it seemed like no matter
how hard I tried, I could never measure up to what they could do. However, once my parents
discovered that I had a learning disability that caused me to misinterpret nonverbal, social and
complicated verbal cues, they did their best to
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Grilled Research Paper
Grilled v. Fried Food
Has it ever happened to you that you have the option of choosing the same dish, but one recipe is
grilled and the other is fried? I know it has happened to me and almost every time I ve chosen the fried
version. Let us be honest and admit that fried food seems to be more appealing for everyone, even to
me. There is something to it that makes it addictive, McDonald s is not famous and successful for
nothing. But the sad truth is that although that fried food is extremely delicious when people consume
it frequently it can damage their health and cause serious problems.
So, am I saying that fried food should be forbidden and that we should only prepare (or buy) grilled
meals? No, not really. Fried food it is not awfully bad, indeed is not the healthiest option, but like we
have heard many times everything should have a balance , therefore fried food can be consumed in
small amounts and perhaps not so frequently. The deal with fried food is that it is a content high in fat.
What makes fried food high in fat, is that when the food is being fried it absorbs an abundant amount
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But not all grilled food is bad, and grilled food can be healthier if done properly. There are several
methods that can reduced the amount of heterocyclic amines and of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
that are created. The first one will be to cut the meat into smaller pieces, into bite size pieces to be
specific. This method reduces the amount of time that it is requires to cook the meat and the time that
the meat is exposed to the smoke. Another step that would help is to marinate the meat. The herbs and
the spices used in the marinade give antioxidants to the meat which prevent the development of HCA.
Lastly, let us remember that grilling vegetables is not detrimental to your health and not
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A Women Just Friends Analysis
The article by William Deresiewicz titled A Man. A Women. Just Friends? analyzes the controversial
topic of cross sex friendships. Cross sex friendships are ones which form between the opposite
genders, and are often forced into the assumption that there is always a sexual end, since this is the
destiny between a male and female who are close. However, the article questions this assumption,
claiming that presentations of cross sex friendships in mainstream media, for example in the show
Friends, forces this pressure on female and male friendships. William states that platonic friendships
shouldn t be seen as rare or assumed to lead to sex, but this does not happen since in pop culture there
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Since women self disclose more, researches conclude that women have more intimate personal
relationships with each other. Wood states that in a modern context, women are still seen as the
experts of intimacy, where films, television programs and print, TV, and online ads continue to
represent men as emotionally lacking and women as naturally adept at relationships (Wood 187).
Deresiewicz would agree that relationships have been warped by the media, especially with how the
media sees friendship. Both would agree that the male deficit model is inappropriate since it is based
on assumptions on how the genders demonstrate closeness. It appears that both do not agree with how
the media portrays genders or personal relationships between the
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Catholic Reformation Essay
During the 16th century, Protestantism emerged as a new sect of Christianity. This process was not
calm or peaceful in the slightest. Protestant leaders like Martin Luther and John Calvin fiercely
attacked and denied traditional Catholic beliefs, causing much controversy and debate upon religion.
Many regions of Europe as a whole were converted to Protestantism, and many more Protestants
emerged in areas where Catholicism remained the state religion. The Catholic faith became less and
less appealing to people as the abuses of the clergy were now publicly addressed by reformers and a
new, personal approach to religion was offered in Protestantism. In addition, rulers favored
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An important declaration was that The Vulgate, a translation of the Bible into Latin made by St.
Jerome, was the only official version of the Bible. This meant that people had to know Latin to read
Scripture, so the right of individuals to have their own interpretation of Scripture was denied.
Monasticism continued to be an important practice, and the existence of purgatory was reaffirmed.
The Council of Trent set out to reaffirm and restate traditional Catholic beliefs in order to protect
against the Protestant Reformation. The members of the Council of Trent realized the unfair abuses of
the church, and called for reform. In this way, they were protecting themselves against criticism from
Protestant reformers. A drastic reform of monastic orders was launched. The council acted against the
abuse of indulgences while still upholding the principle. This meant that indulgences could not just be
sold; indulgences were granted when an individual did something truly good. Also, bishops were to
reside in their respective dioceses and attend more carefully to their duties, exercising more control
over clergy. Pluralism was checked and steps were taken to make sure church officials were eligible
for the job. In order to have an educated clergy, the council ordered that a seminary be set up in each
diocese for priest training. More careful steps were to be taken to ensure the celibacy of clergy. The
Council of Trent was able to eliminate many abuses of the
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Fall Out 3 Vs Fallout 4
The new fallout 4 game footage is amazing. They have a number of improvements over the old Fallout
3 engine which was used for the highly profitable Fallout 3 game release. The first thing which they
showcase is the new and improved facial generation technology. It is amazing that they have managed
to improve the technology so much over the previous version used in Fallout 3. The new faces look
almost lifelike in their quality levels. They have managed to give you so many more customization
choices on how you would like your character to look. You will be able to make a character which
looks exactly as you want them to. They will have the hair style you want, as you have many different
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This means that you can actually see the before and after effects of the nuclear war on the
environment. The game demo shows the main character talking to a vault tec salesman who is trying
to sell your character space in one of the vaults before the war. You also get to see the home of the
main character which shows the advanced technology which is used by the people who were living in
this alternate version of Earth before the nuclear war. You have a robot butler who is waiting in your
kitchen as you walk around your house. You have pip boy posters on your fridge and all the details
you would expect from a Fallout game are here. Another cool feature is that they have footage of
someone using the Pip boy which is shown as if it were an ad for a Pip boy which would have been
shown on the TVs before the ncuolerar war. The Pip boy is portrayed to be similar to an iPhone in that
you can give it voice commands as you are currently able to do with the popular Siri function. It is
good that they are keeping all the iconic imagery from the earlier fallout games and incorporating this
into the new game
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The Music Of The Children s Chorus Of Crane ( Ccc )
I love music and I have dedicated a lot of my time to what I love. I have been in the Children s Chorus
of Crane (CCC), played piano, and been in the Clarkson Golden Knotes a cappella group. From all of
these musical experiences, I learned to become a better musician. I learned that the benefit of
producing music outweighs the time and dedication I must put into it. I have experienced the
satisfaction of performing music for other s enjoyment. These are talents I will be able to take with me
forever.
When I was younger, I was in the CCC from 3rd grade to 10th grade. I learned dedication. I was only
nine years old when I started singing in the choir once a week for two hours straight. I learned what
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Golden Knotes met twice a week, two hours each practice. I learned grew both musically and as
member of a student organized club. I learned how student leadership works and how the atmosphere
of a college clubs.
RELIGION
Although I am not very religious, I attended the Unitarian Universalist Church of Canton starting in
2nd grade. This year I was much less active, but I still kept in touch with the church youth group. I
take to heart the U.U. church principles. The seven principles overlap the values I have been taught at
home, and that LRCS practices. I also admire how religion can bring people of all ages into one caring
community. I value the connections I have made and the members of the church have been very
supportive of me.
SUPPORT SYSTEM
My strong support system is the main reason I feel prepared to graduate high school and begin
college. family and friends
FAMILY
My family has been nothing but supportive, loving, and caring. They taught me the value of love from
a young age. My parents taught me right from wrong, and my sister taught me to hold my temper.
These three people are my mentors, my family, and my best friends.
FRIENDS
I have been extremely lucky, I have become very close to my small circle of friends. I am graduating
with Nora Bradford and Gwen Smith, two of my longest lasting friendships. I also have stayed best
friends with Sarah Rivers, and most recently, I was luck enough to
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Unrequited Love In Romeo And Juliet
The theme of love is central to Romeo and Juliet. Discuss the different types of love that Shakespeare
explores in the play.
Introduction:
In William Shakespeare s, Romeo and Juliet, the main theme of the play is love. Shakespeare explores
many different types of love including idealistic love, unrequited love and family love. The love
between the two protagonists, Romeo and Juliet, is idealistic. They both dream of perfection in their
relationship. Unrequited love is portrayed by Romeo at the beginning of the play when he loves
Rosaline but she does not love him back. It is also briefly looked upon when Paris wants to marry
Juliet but she wants to marry Romeo. The nurse loves Juliet like a daughter and has raised Juliet her
entire life;
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Rapa Nui People Research Paper
The Rapa Nui people are form Easter Island. Today you wont find any of those people. The Rapa Nui
people are responsible for the statues that we see today on Easter Island. The Rapa Nui people are also
responsible for the destruction of their own land. There believe that their religion would take care of
them lead to the destruction of their land. The Rapa Nui people are responsible for the way that Easter
Island is seen today, not nature, and because of what they did they are no longer around today. The
people of Rapa Nui came to the island of Easter Island during the fifth century. When the people
arrived they brought dogs, chickens, edible rats, sugar cane, bananas, sweet potatoes, and mulberry for
making bark cloth (Wright 121). The
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Favelas Essay
Introduction The street parties and music of the favelas of Rio de Janeiro, called baile funk, are a topic
that has been studied by relatively few scholars. Perhaps it is due to the violent nature of the parties, as
one person familiar with the realities of favelas states [Do researchers] have any idea what a real
favela is like? 14 year old kids with AR 15s, AK 47s, and MAC 11s all around? (Robinson, 2004, p.
1). Furthermore, it is difficult to gain an honest account of the cultural significance from the point of
view of people who have not grown up in the favelas and build their impressions of the favelas
through the lens of the media. Yet, the moral panic as a result of the negative perception of bailes funk
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Gangs dictate and control the operation of more than six hundred identifiable favelas as they battle for
power, resulting in more than fifty homicides per week. The police believe they are fighting in a civil
war of resiliency, killing nearly nine hundred people living in favelas per year. Despite the moral panic
of outside citizens, one in five people living in Rio de Janeiro identify themselves as favelados ,
leading them to fight for what they consider to be normal life within the favelas (Favela on Blast,
2008).
A subculture has emerged in the favelas since the early 1980s, shaped by street parties called bailes
funk, literally defined as funk balls . The bailes funk are the heart of the favelas consisting of street
parties driven by a musical genre of dance and hip hop, which was developed in the favelas and
influenced by Miami bass and African style music, called funk carioca (Favela on Blast, 2008). The
music makes frequent use of samples and looped tracks, often resulting in unoriginal content with
minimal production. The music is identifiable as loud, sexual, shockingly vulgar, and focuses on
subjects such as romance, sex, violence, humor, and social aspects of the favelas (Sneed, 2008).
Brazilian funk does not sound similar to funk genres typical of other countries from around the world.
With the emergence of funk carioca, a new subculture was born. Funk proibidรฃo, meaning prohibited
funk , is the result of authorities trying to hide
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The Moral Argument for the Existence of God Essay example
The Moral Argument for the Existence of God Kant did NOT put forward a moral argument and
anyone who said he does is wrong!!!! Kant rejected all attempts to argue from the world to God, he
regarded such an exercise as impossible. However he thought that God was a POSTULATE of
practical reason. If you share Kant s assumptions, then it becomes necessary to assume that there is a
God. Kant s reasoning.... 1. All human beings desire and seek happiness 2. All human beings ought to
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Of course, it may well be that the Universe is not fair Kant had a deep sense of trust in the fairness of
the Universe and if this is rejected then the postulates are not needed. Argument from absolute moral
values =================================== A different approach to that of Kant comes
from those who argue from the existence of some absolute moral values. Rashdall put forward this
argument but it was developed by Sorley. Sorley claims: 1. There is an absolute moral law. Sorley
supports this claim with the following reasons: 2. People are conscious of an absolute moral law 3.
People acknowledge the demands that this law makes on them even if they break it 4. No finite mind
grasps the whole of what this represents 5. Ideas exist only in minds 6. Therefore there must be a
supreme mind, beyond all finite minds, in which this absolute moral law exists. Sorley claims that
unlike Natural Law which is descriptive of human nature, the Moral Law is prescriptive. It describes
not what IS but what SHOULD BE. The Natural Law approach to Ethics stems
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Tabernacles Research Paper
Evangelical Christians from over 80 countries are set to fly to Jerusalem to join the celebration of the
Feast of Tabernacles of the Jewish festival Sukkot and also to show their support for the modern state
of Israel. Sukkot 2017 will start on the evening of Oct. 4 and will end at night on Oct. 11. It is a
harvest style feast celebrating the Jewish Exodus and the Israelites journey through the wilderness.
The first day of the occasion is marked by special prayers and meals, and each day there is a waving
ceremony of four plants enumerated in the Torah, The Mirror explained. Thousands of evangelical
Christians from all over the world are expected to hit the streets of Jerusalem next month for the
celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles or
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The New Features Of Windows Server 2012
After reviewing the requirements of the GAI and taking into consideration the infrastructure that is
already in place I have created a proposal that should meet the requirements of the organization needs.
Some of the new features of Windows Server 2012 that I will be utilizing in order to ensure the
organization needs are met will be the Work Folders and Direct Access feature for the users that will
be utilizing the remote sites. The Hyper V, Storage Tiering and DHCP for fault tolerance, IP
availability which I will be going further in depth during the proposal. For the deployment of the
Servers in the organization I felt 3 physical servers at a minimum would be best in terms of ensuring
all the users have access to the same services. Two servers will act as a main server will be located at
the Los Angeles site while one will be located at the New York site the third server will act up as a
backup for the two in the event of one failing and will be located at the Los Angeles location. I will be
installing the Server 2012 Datacenter edition for flexibility and scalability the servers will not have
Server Core installed but will be set up for the desk top experience. Which include the GUI to ensure
that the incoming technicians will have ease of use when maneuvering around the services on the
servers. Also each server will mirror the other as far as roles and features so as not to cause future
conflicts. Considering the size of the organization right now which consist of
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Space Debris Research Paper
Space Debris
People were looking up at the night sky and dreaming about flying to the stars for over thousands of
years. Myths and legends of many nations of the world are full of stories about the journeys to the
Moon and the Sun. Currently, manned space crafts and space stations have become almost
commonplace in everyday life. Space exploration is undoubtedly essential and necessary stage of the
progress of human civilization, but it entailed all the negative aspects of anthropogenic activities. The
atomic age polluted the huge space of the Earth, which requires billions of dollars for a cleanup. Now,
it turned out that near Earth space became littered as well. However, it is much more difficult and
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In 1983, a smack particle hit the porthole of the space shuttle Challenger (Nelson 2014). It did not
break through but left a noticeable imprint. After landing, craft specialists thoroughly inspected the
damage and concluded that it was a chip of paint, which peeled off some other spacecraft. In general,
the United States has the richest history of similar cases. One of the most famous incidents occurred
with the Atlantis shuttle in 2006 when a small particle of debris pierced the radiator panel, one wall of
the cargo hold, and ultimately stuck in the opposite one (Young 2006). The following year, the
Endeavour shuttle got a hole of few inches in its hull. Another debris of 0.4 inches in diameter
punctured the Hubble Space Telescope array (Pelton 2013). At the same time, other countries suffer
from this problem as well and even worse. For example, the Russian communications satellite Express
AM11 collided with a micro particle of debris, which damaged the thermal control system (Broadcasts
... 2006). As a result, the satellite broke down and left the Far East without television for some time
(Broadcasts ... 2006). This case ties into another problem associated with the effectiveness of the
satellites functioning in Earth
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Leadership in 12 Angry Men
In the film 12 Angry Men, a group of twelve jurors are deciding the fate of a young boy accused of
murdering his father. Throughout the juries dilleration, one man exhibits all of the qualities of
leadership. This man is juror number 8 played by Henry Fonda. Fonda not only exhibits the the 10
qualities of a leader but he uses these qualities to lead the entire jury to a vote of not guilty (Fonda
Lumet, 1957).
Early on in the film Fonda shows the first quality of leadership vision. Vision can be defined as the
leaders ability to know what is needed and how what is needed can be achieved (book). In the case of
12 Angry Men, Henry Fonda has a vision that he and the other jurors have the responsibility to
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For Fonda the entire film is him doing just that. Being that Fonda what the only one at the beginning
to vote not guilty, he used his enthusiasm to bring the rest of the jurors over to his way of think. A
good example of this is how he convinced juror number 9 (the old man) that there could be doubt in
the witness that was an older gentleman like he was. By showing juror 9 that there were flaws in the
evidence and the witnesses he was able to gain another follower. His enthusiasm for getting the ruling
right is what drove him to be able to make this happen time and time again with every juror (Fonda
Lumet, 1957).
Next we are introduced to Fonda s leadership quality of Stability. Stability is the quality of a leader to
discern emotions from fact and keep personal beliefs separate from the task at hand (book). In the film
we see this when Fonda discerns that racism of another juror is not acceptable. He says to juror 6 that
it s always difficult to keep personal prejudice out of a thing like this (Fonda Lumet, 1957). In this
statement he is showing his own abilities to discern what prejudice is and how he is trying to keep it
from influencing his decisions.
The fifth quality of leadership expressed by Fonda in the film was that of Concern for Others. In this
quality of leadership the leader values those they lead as fellow human beings and not just as those
that are there to serve (book). The whole premise behind the film directly
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Corporate Law Essay
THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE COMMLAW 7011 CORPORATE LAW (M)
BUSINESS SCHOOL
Week 3, Semester 1, 2012
TUTORIAL QUESTIONS
WEEK 3 (Commencing Monday 12 March)
Acknowledgement: These Tutorial Questions were originally devised by Martin Markovic, Senior
Lecturer, Business School, University of Adelaide.
Question 1
A, B and C are long time friends from University days. They share common interests especially with
respect to making money. A is a computer programmer for a bank, B is a chartered accountant and C a
corporate lawyer. While having drinks after work one evening in May, A indicated that he had become
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In July, A, B and C entered into a joint venture agreement with D whereby:
(i) A, B and C were granted the sole distribution rights for the products in South Australia for a fee of
20% of the annual net profits of A, B and C s business;
(ii) A, B and C agreed to comply with any marketing instructions issued by D;
(iii) A, B and C agreed to purchase all their computing products exclusively from D. This was most
unusual as all their competitors purchased products from a range of computing companies.
(iv) D had a right to inspect the business venture s books of accounts and a right to receive quarterly
statements.
In December, at a computing trade exhibition, A is overcome by an exciting range of new products
being offered by IBN Computers Ltd. He immediately attempted to phone B and C on his mobile
phone but was unsuccessful. A, being the impetuous person he was, couldn t wait and ordered
$250,000 of computing products from IBN.
Provide advice with respect to:
(i) the nature of the relationship between A, B and C;
(ii) the nature of the relationship between A, B and C and D;
(iii) The legal consequences of the $250,000 order with
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Remember By James Rose Alternate Ending
James Rose carefully removed his silk blazer and then took the contents of his carefully tailored
trousers and laid them on a table in front of the person he was talking to. The first item he laid out was
his cell phone and then he proceeded to lay out a brand new pink ball gag, two pairs of handcuffs, and
a syringe which was followed by a pair of pliers so razor sharp they could remove a finger at the bone
and another pair of needle nose pliers that could remove a fingernail with a quick jerk. Also in the
room was a 5 gallon pail of water already full as well as a car battery with two wires emanating from
the positive and negative wires. You see James Rose was not a very nice man and the purpose of his
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Remember, you said you would take me out tonight as you have been gone the last two weeks, I will
see you in 45, I have made reservations at the Italian place and I look hot if I do say so myself. Heart
This was his new wife texting. Her name was Nathalie and she was a little younger than he was, but
James knew one thing and that he was in love. Nathalie was his Northern Lights, the woman who
made him hard and made him romantic and was the sun upon which he orbited. So the man about
Dmitri s age sighed and took the syringe and carefully took the stopper off. His dark hair parted to one
side and his tailored shirt that couldn t hide his muscular build, but what fascinated you were his blue
eyes. They were a shade of blue never before seen. We will have to continue this conversation later ,
stabbing the needle into Dmitri s thigh and watching him. Ten seconds later, Dmitri s head went to one
side and a careful examination of his eyelids indicated he was out cold. Pocketing his items, Jim went
to the security code and punched in the number and walked outside. He went to his brand new black
Tesla and started it up, going home to his new wife. His was a love that the job couldn t get in the way
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Harry Potter And The Novel The Rye
The complexity and Rowling s willingness to take on difficult and contemporary issues such as
racism, genocide, classism, and difference makes Harry Potter and the Philosopher s Stone uniquely
valuable. While both books can be regarded as controversial due to the moral fibre of them, Catcher in
the Rye, captures an adolescent protagonist wavering between childhood and adulthood. Holden
Caulfield, a confused teenager, explores how adult life appears complex and incomprehensible to
teenagers on the brink of entering it. Likewise, Harry Potter focuses on a timid young boy, unsure of
his abilities. While both characters are young and dissatisfied with the world around them, Harry finds
ways to resemble positive change and adjusts to the world surrounding him. Holden, however, refuses
to acknowledge that adulthood scares him, using the museum to symbolise something that remains
unchanged. By the museum representing childhood as a world of innocence, curiosity and honesty,
readers are able to distinguish that adulthood to Holden is a world of superficiality and hypocrisy and
phoniness. (Reference)
Harry Potter and the Philosopher s Stone, and The Catcher in the Rye both depict bildungsroman. A
bildungsroman being defined as a novel that recounts the development of an individual from
childhood or adolescence to maturity, to the point at which the protagonist recognizes his or her place
and role in the world (Murfin Supryia 39). While Holden Caulfield is an unusual
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Reflective Essay About My Mandala
During the past few weeks in Global Perspectives we explored our personal culture, and the influences
that shape it. Our task was to create a mandala: a circular set of symbols that convey the contrast
between the sun and shadow sides of our personality. While the sun side is the disposition other people
see, the shadow side captures unseen aspects of our personality. In this reflection, I further examine
how I embody the characteristic behind each symbol and how I came to possess this characteristic.
First, on the sun side (right), the uppermost symbol is a firecracker, which represents my exuberance.
Firecrackers are loud, colorful, and unpredictable. Being the youngest of my friends and family, I have
always been loud craving attention and achieved it through antics, similar to a firecracker exploding.
However, as exciting as some consider firecrackers, to some they are scary. My loud personality and
my never ending energy sometimes send the wrong impression, and I come off as a little hard to
handle. Though my family was part of the reason I wanted get attention, but I was the one would
would rather be noticed all the time, than blend in to the background, this is why I classify this as
something I developed by my free will. This is the one trait that many people first notice about me,
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I do not usually get mad when people wrong me, but rather, I pile it within myself like a dam; I cannot
forget, but I move on. However, again, much like a dam, when I am aggravated to a certain extent, I
lose it. All my piled up anger will come out at once like a tidal wave. This characteristic, I believe,
was groomed within me because of my genetics, my mother is much the same, she never seems to get
angry, yet when she is pushed too far, she get s very
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The Study of Hostage Drama in Quirino Grandstand
THE STUDY OF HOSTAGE DRAMA IN QUIRINO GRANDSTAND
CHAPTER1
INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
The aim of the dissertation is to research the diplomatic negotiating style of the Filipino law
enforcement by analyzing the events in its diplomatic history, namely the bilateral negotiations with
the Philippines during august 23, 2010.
For the past few days since the embarrassing hostage crisis that has brought international shame again
to our country, it has been reflecting on how we as a Filipino people can collectively move forward
from this incident. In cyberspace, many people continue to express anger, rage, disappointment,
frustration and sadness about how our government particularly the Philippine National Police (PNP) ...
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Believe that majority of our police force are good and well meaning Filipino public servants who went
into the service to help our country. If the political leaders for the past 5 years only used our funds
properly instead of putting it in their own pockets then that would have been able to develop an elite
police force that would be able to handle any type of crisis situation in a very effective manner.
Making no excuses for the Aquino administration because like said, they should ve been in full control
the moment the hostage crisis started but in reality they are also inheriting a poorly trained and
equipped PNP from the previous administration. Don t forget that Aquino has been in power for barely
two months while Robredo was just appointed as DILG chief in the middle of July. It is with this
reason that really appalled by the way two very staunch supporters of former President Gloria
Macapagal Arroyo, Senator Miguel Zubiri and Albay s Rep. Edcel Lagman, are now trying their
darndest best to play hero and pin all the blame on Aquino and Robredo. If they are really serious that
they want to help our country and improve our image in the international community, then perhaps
they can begin by probing and supporting an investigation on all the anomalies and corruption that
happened during their boss term.
Now, what can do to finally move forward? The greater challenge for us Filipinos is to understand
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The Development of the American Constitution Essay
The Articles of Confederation were approved by all the early American states in 1781, but by 1787, it
was apparent that the Articles were insufficient for the young nation to operate on. A convention was
formed with the priority job being to revise the Articles of Confederation; however, they only
concluded that an entire new structure was needed to fulfill the demands of the growing country. The
Constitution was then born. The Constitution provided the structure of government and power that
was needed to achieve a strong union. This structure saved the American republic from collapse while
under the Articles of Confederation.
George Washington himself called the end of the Articles a happy termination (Document A). He
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The government must be able to prevent a tyranny of the majority, prevent a tyranny of the minority,
have sufficient powers to create conditions for both short and long term economic development, and
formulate and conduct a more effective foreign policy. It was not long, however, before core conflicts
emerged between different interest groups. Bankers and debtors disagreed; there was economic
competition between states, along with conflicts over western land ownership. Despite the enormous
gap between advocates of the differing approaches, a number of important compromises were worked
out. For instance, the Commerce Compromise which regulated trade between states and the Great
Compromise which dealt with representation for the states in Congress.
The delegates also divided power within national government. They created three branches: the
legislative, the executive, and the judicial. During this process, there was considerable disagreement
about the powers of the executive, or presidential, branch. This branch of the government was given a
great deal of power, and the Articles of Confederation had had no executive branch. However, much
less attention was given to the judiciary. There was no mention of judicial review at this time.
While the changes made the government at this time were more than sufficient, they were still not
perfect. But what is a perfect government? Does it even exist in our
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A1 Steak Sauce Case
Problem / Issue
A.1. Steak Sauce is a brand of Kraft Foods with little competition in the steak sauce market. The
product currently has the majority dollar and volume market shares in the steak sauce market.
However, unit and volume sales have remained flat. In February of 2003, A.1. becomes aware of new
competition entering the steak sauce market. Lawry s, which is owned by Unilever, has announced an
April 1 launch of its own steak sauce. Lawry s has approached Publix and requesting the Memorial
Day ad with a two for $5 price. Publix is requesting that A.1. match Lawry s pricing or A.1. will lose
its place in the ad.
Alternatives and Analysis
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o A.1. has never been seriously challenged by another brand. Currently, A.1. has no reason to believe
that Lawry s could become serious competition.
Disadvantages o A.1. stands to lose part of its current market share due to the extreme price difference
between its steak sauce ($0.50 / ounce regularly) and Lawry s new steak sauce ($0.36 / ounce
regularly). o Currently A.1. is guaranteed to receive chief ad placements during the important holiday
weekends. If A.1. makes no changes, there is a high probability that A.1. will lose these placements as
Publix is already considering Lawry s for the Memorial Day ad.
Recommendation
I would recommend a combination of two of the alternatives above. First, I would recommend that
A.1. strengthen its relationships with its suppliers and distributors. Although A.1. would incur
additional expenses in the form of legal fees and sales representative time, the benefits it could gain
would be extremely useful in competing against Lawry s. A.1. would ensure a high quality product,
adequate shelf space, and principal display space. These would reinforce A.1. as the preferred steak
sauce and provide additional brand awareness. Second, I would recommend that A.1. alter its
advertising program for the upcoming year. With Lawry focusing on May, June, and July with its
advertising program, A.1. needs to match it to maintain its current brand awareness. A.1. has been the
number one brand of steak sauce people
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The Heros Journey In Shrek And The Hero s Journey
A movie is more than just a story. A movie sparks imagination. A movie displays the hero s journey.
Shrek, a movie known to most children as well as adults, is about an ogre who goes on an adventure.
The adventure is very remarkable in the world of fantasy and unquestionably demonstrates the
baseline of all stories, the hero s journey. Shrek undoubtedly shows the stages of a hero s journey
throughout the entire movie series as well as vital information needed for the person watching the film
to feel the passions that the main character feels during the duration of the movie. In the hero s
journey, the hero or main character goes through a series of events. The first stage of the hero s
journey is the ordinary world. In the movie Shrek, Shrek lives in a vacant swamp, living without a
relationship with the outside world. He enjoys the peacefulness of living by himself, until he is no
longer by himself. Lord Farquaad sends fairy tale creatures to exile on Shrek s swamp, ruining the
way Shrek lives his life at home. Shrek leaves to go to the Lord s castle. He is then told that to get his
precious swamp back, he needs to rescue Princess Fiona. This is Shrek s call to adventure. Shrek is a
willing hero. This is shown when Shrek states he would do anything to get his swamp back. He
willingly left as fast as he could, so he could return back to his old way of life. Shrek leaves his
ordinary world when he leaves his house, then goes to the Lord s castle. Shrek leaves the Lord s castle
sets his way out to the castle which encases Princess Fiona. Donkey, Shrek s mentor, helps Shrek
throughout his tests. Shrek s enemy is prevailed as soon as the movie starts. Shrek s rival would be
Lord Farquaad because he wishes to only marry the princess, so he can be a monarch. The earliest test
would be where Shrek goes against the Lord s men in a fight. This is where the Lord decided Shrek s
expedition. Without Donkey, Shrek would have never found the Lord s castle. Shrek proceeds to go
through another test. He must rescue Princess Fiona from the highest room in the tallest tower, without
dying from the dragon or the lava that encircles the fortress where Fiona is held hostage until someone
liberates her from her bedroom in the
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Property in Second Treatise of Civil Government and...
Property in Second Treatise of Civil Government and Robinson Crusoe
Both John Locke s Second Treatise of Civil Government and Daniel Defoe s Robinson Crusoe deal
with the question of property. In these two texts, the following questions arise: when does common
property become an individual s property; and what factors make the appropriation of property
justifiable or not? These questions may be answered by looking at each author s political views,
followed by how they are incorporated in their work. Locke outlines the procedures for the transition
of property to private ownership, while Defoe details the way Crusoe appropriates property (i.e., food,
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But even though the topic came up incidentally, Locke had much to say about it. He dedicated an
entire chapter in his Treatise to discussing property and its importance in the laws of nature and
government.
Throughout Chapter V of his Second Treatise,
Locke uses the term property ...to connote that something is one s own, either inclusively or
exclusively. That is, anything which is in any sense one s own is one s property. This seems to be the
conventional seventeenth century use of the term (Tully 112).
Locke argues that natural reason...tells us, that men, being once born, have a right to their preservation
(Locke 352). After establishing this principle, Locke continues to surmise that God has given the
earth...to mankind in common. But this being supposed, it seems to some a very great difficulty how
any one should ever come to have a property in any thing (Locke 353). This puzzling question may
have different answers that all seem relative. Nonetheless, says Locke, every man is his own property
and this nobody has a right to but himself (Locke 353). But, beyond this view, where else does private
property originate?
According to Locke, common property becomes individual property the moment one adds his or her
labor to it. As Locke argues,
The labour of his [the
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Due Process Clause Case Study
within the confines of the Due Process Clause, the Supreme Court said that the simple but controlling
question is whether the state has given anything for which it can ask in return. Applying the same
ideas, the Supreme Court stated that the power of a state to impose use tax collection obligations and
liability upon a remote seller could be proper in a variety of circumstances. However, the Court found
that a state may not impose a duty of tax collection onto a seller whose only connection with
customers in the State is by common carrier or the mail. Subsequently, the Supreme Court held that
physical presence is the requirement for use taxation and the Illinois statute in question violated both
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While Illinois sales totaled just over $2 million, both of those figures are substantial when considering
the date of the National Bellas Hess decision. The dissent notes that the corporation s mailing list
includes five million names, and the company even allowed sales on credit a feature that exemplifies
how sophisticated National Bellas Hess was in a time before the advancement of modern technology.
There is no doubt that such a large scale corporation that did continuous solicitation in the Illinois
market had a sufficient nexus to require them to remit the use taxes back to the state. The company
was never simply using the facilities of interstate commerce to serve customers in Illinois, but rather it
was regularly and continuously engaged in exploitation of the consumer market. The company
engaged in the benefits of the state as if it were a brick and mortar retail store, and to excuse Bellas
Hess from [its] obligation is to burden and penalize retailers located in Illinois who must collect the
sales tax from their customers. The activity the company directed into Illinois was not minor or
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Essay on Business Marketing
Examine the nature of the distinctive managerial, organisational and developmental characteristics of
small businesses vis ร  vis well resourced large companies. What are the implications of such
distinctiveness for small businesses attempting to achieve sustained growth?
Entrepreneur is someone who takes a risk and initiates to take up an opportunity in the market for any
goods or service to be sold to the consumers. All decisions are made by the entrepreneur as he is the
risk taker and this obviously involves people working under him for example managers. All the capital
is raised, decisions are made by the entrepreneur and business activities are monitored by the owners
itself. As Bolton(1971) describes in his report small ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Branson had earned enough money from his record shop to buy a country estate, in which he installed
a recording studio. He leased out studio time to fledgling artists, including multi instrumentalist Mike
Oldfield and controversial bands like the Sex Pistols, whom other companies were reluctant to sign.
Virgin Records won praise for exposing the public to obscure avant garde music, but Branson sold the
Virgin label to EMI in 1992, to help fund his airline company.
Branson had formed Virgin Atlantic Airways in 1984, and he went on to launch Virgin Trains in 1997,
Virgin Mobile in 1999, and Virgin Blue in Australia in 2000. Branson continues to launch new
business ventures, with Virgin healthcare announcing in January 2008 that it would open a chain of
health care clinics that would offer conventional medical care alongside homeopathic and
complementary therapies. Virgin Money also bought the Northern Rock bank in 2011.
(https://www.brightsidestartuploans.org/knowledge bank/business and finance/famous
businesspeople/famous entrepreneurs richard branson) Richard Branson started of small and is now
one of the richest entreprenuers in the world, infact he is looking forward to more challages and
anyone can submit their business venture on the Virgin website andhe may consider if he is interested.
However not everyone is so lucky and not all entrepreneurs are willing to take high risk and to grow
their business on a
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The Republican Platform
The Republican platform discusses several elements that are in contrast with the TDP. The subject of
school choice is described as the ability to allow parents to choose their children s school. The use of
educational funds would be given to use in public, private, charter, or for home schooling. The school
choice is proposed to by funded by tax credits and or exemptions.
One founding principle that is listed in the platform is that separation of the public facilities at schools
be only used for biological genders, this falls in line with the Judeo Christian Principles that are
continually mentioned within the platform. An intense sense of faith and government is seen
throughout the Republican Party platform document. In addition, there is ... Show more content on
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In unison, both Democratic and Republican Party s discuss the need to reinstate the Glass Stegall
banking reform of 1931, which separated the commercial and investment banking industries.
Texan, either Democrats or Republicans can be united under what is considered The American and
Texan Creed. This is the Political values that united us in the state. There are various elements that
make up our values, equality, freedom, consent of the governed, and capitalism. Texans fit into an
even more specified list of values, we can analyze this by what is called The American and Texas
Creed of Individualism, Liberty, Equality, Constitutionalism, Democracy. All aspects can be viewed in
varying elements of both the Republicans and Democratic platforms. Individualism is mentioned in
our political ideologies as being an element that is reflective of the ideas of Libertarians and
Conservatives, but this element is part of the Texan Creed. It is this variant in values that gives Texas
its political environment. This value is listed in both party platforms and can be viewed throughout it
by countless
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Sharepoint
SharePoint
SharePoint 2010 Sites: A Single Infrastructure for All Your Business Web Sites
Benefits
Easily Share and Publish Information
SharePoint sites are easy to make. In fact, the full set of features in SharePoint 2010 Sites can help
anyone build a site from start to finish. Several out of the box features provide instant value by helping
a site owner build the first page right away. Still other features make it simple to modify pages change
content, add interaction, or apply a design theme. Novice or expert, anyone can quickly create,
customize, and publish a site that looks great and meets a specific business need.
Ensure Broad Adoption
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Combining traditional content management, social capabilities, and powerful search, it is as natural to
manage as it is to use. With its simple, behind the scenes administration, you can quickly set up
compliance policies, while its familiar interface lets your people work just as they would in Microsoft
Office. The result is well managed information that is easy to find, share, and use.
Benefits
Increase Productivity and Information Value
Closely connected to Microsoft Office, SharePoint 2010 Content provides a familiar user experience.
People are comfortable with the system, so they use it. They find the information they need more
easily, and their work is managed from start to finish.
Drive Compliance and Reduce Risk
SharePoint 2010 Content makes it easy to tag content, enforce retention schedules, declare records,
and apply legal holds. With these measures, you can address the need for compliance and reduce the
risk of mistakes when information is archived or disposed.
Fewer Systems and Easier Integration
SharePoint 2010 manages documents, records, Web content, and rich media on a single platform,
helping you reduce IT costs. Using interoperability standards like CMIS, XML, and REST to connect
to legacy ECM systems, SharePoint 2010 also helps your company get more value from its current
investments.
Compliance Everywhere
Manage versions, apply retention
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The Propaganda, the Ministries, and the Leader
North Korea is an extreme isolated country and is known for continuously violating human rights.
Defectors, North Koreans who escaped the isolated country, continue to report that North Korea
maintains a record of consistent, severe human rights violations, stemming from the government s
total control over all activity (North Korea: Government). The similarities between North Korean
society and the society in the dystopian novel 1984 by George Orwell are very much alike. A
government constructed by sole trust in a supreme leader, complete control over the media, and
sectioned ministries with individual roles that restrict the people from various free will behaviors and
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Because the government controls all media and the Internet is not a factor in the society, the North
Korean population is dependent and trustworthy of their government compared to the one billion plus
social media users worldwide (Bullas, Jeff). Social media in the unrestricted world allows for people s
voices be heard and influence others not allowing a government to sustain many firm statements on
any topic without considering the response from the population. The media is not the only source of
control in isolated North Korea and Oceania. Ministries are constructed to keep the population from
rejecting or rebelling the government. Ministries in both North Korea and Oceania are the main
sources along with the superior leader that applies the isolating restrictions on their populations. In
Oceania, the Ministry of Love (deals with torturing and punishing those against the party), the
Ministry of Peace (deals with all the aspects of the war), the Ministry of Truth (deals with propaganda
and changing past documentations), and the Ministry of Plenty (deals with rationing food and goods).
The ministries in North Korea only include the Ministry of Public Safety which is in charge of law
and order as well as court.
The courts are in charge of political
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Why Should The Amazon Rain Forest Be Developed
Picture this. A beautiful tropical forest, with lush plant life and a huge variety of animals. The forest is
huge, covering 40% of South America, Including 60% of Brazil, 13% of Peru, 10% of Colombia, and
various parts of other countries, including Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French
Guiana. It is a little over half the size of the United States. This gorgeous example of natural beauty is
called the Amazon Rain Forest. The resources of the Amazon Rain Forest should be developed, but
they should be developed sustainably. The Amazon Rain Forest should be developed because it is full
of resources, as well as many medicinal plants. It could really boost the economy of South America,
mainly Brazil, if used well. There are many reasons why the Amazon Rain Forest should be
developed. The first reason why the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
They can become, not struggling nations, but growing nations, with a good economy, that can finally
enter the world stage. A different reason why the Amazon should be developed is, Many organizations
have shown that medicinal plants, fruits, nuts, oil, and other resources like rubber, chocolate, and
chicle can be grown and gathered in a sustainable way. (Sustainable Development of the Amazon Rain
Forest, 1) This proves that we can use the Amazon without destroying it. We can use the useful plants
in the Amazon, but preserve its natural beauty. Another reason why we should use the resources of the
Amazon is, Ecotourism can help local people by offering jobs as wildlife guides, park rangers, and
service workers in hotels,
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Corporate Finance Ch 1 Solutions
Solutions to Chapter 1
The Firm and the Financial Manager
1. real executive airplanes brand names financial stock investment capital budgeting financing
2. A firm might cut its labor force dramatically which could reduce immediate expenses and increase
profits in the short term. Over the long term, however, the firm might not be able to serve its
customers properly or it might alienate its remaining workers; if so, future profits will decrease, and
the stock price will decrease in anticipation of these problems.
Similarly, a firm can boost profits over the short term by using less costly materials even if this
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A personal IOU financial c. A trademark real d. A truck real e. Undeveloped land real f. The balance in
the firm s checking account financial g. An experienced and hardworking sales force real h. A bank
loan agreement financial
10. Capital budgeting decisions Should a new computer be purchased? Should the firm develop a new
drug? Should the firm shut down an unprofitable factory?
Financing decisions Should the firm borrow money from a bank or sell bonds? Should the firm issue
preferred stock or common stock? Should the firm buy or lease a new machine that it is committed to
acquiring?
11. The stock price reflects the value of both current and future dividends the shareholders will
receive. In contrast, profits reflect performance in the current year only. Profit maximizers may try to
improve this year s profits at the expense of future profits. But stock price maximizers will take
account of the entire stream of cash flows that the firm can generate. They are more apt to be forward
looking.
12. a. This action might appear, superficially, to be a grant to former employees and thus not
consistent with value maximization. However, such benevolent actions might enhance the firm s
reputation as a good place to work, might result in greater loyalty on the part of current employees,
and might contribute to the firm s recruiting efforts. Therefore, from a broader perspective, the action
may
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Oklahoma Heart Disease
Heart disease is known widely all over the world. It is the number one cause of death in the United
States, especially in the state of Oklahoma. Even though America is counted as one of the most
developed countries in the world, it is still facing an issue of finding a cure for these deadly diseases.
However there can be solutions that can be implemented and used. Including raising taxes on
unhealthy food and building sidewalks and tracks. In Oklahoma, the top causes of death are heart
diseases and strokes (Heart Disease and Strokes). It is Oklahoma s leading killer for both men and
women, resulting in more than 9,000 deaths in 2012 (Understanding Heart Disease). Some of these
heart diseases are Coronary Artery Disease, which is narrowing ... Show more content on
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Exercising helps eliminate all the extra fat and waste that surrounds the heart. Also quitting smoking
avails the whole body, especially the heart. Smoking cigarettes causes about 1 in every 5 deaths in the
United States each year. (National Institutes of Health). Tobacco has many chemicals that harm the
organs in the body. It also damages the blood vessels, which increases the risk of atherosclerosis
(Smoking Cardiovascular Disease (Heart Disease)). The carbon dioxide that is coming from the
cigarette binds to the hemoglobin, a substance that is found in red blood cells, preventing the blood
from carrying a full load of oxygen that is needed to sustain the body. Making it harder to breath and
stressing the heart. Smoking also damages the heart vessels, which affects how well the blood flows
around the body making the heart work more. For some people, such as women who use birth control
pills and people who have diabetes, smoking poses an even greater risk to the heart and blood vessels.
Cigarettes have nicotine in them which produce adrenaline, therefore causing the heart to work harder
and gaining a high blood pressure and rate
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Romeo And Juliet Sampson Monologue
SAMPSON Gregory, you cannot let them make fun of us like that, it is not on I want tolerate it nor
will you and I know that for a fact. GREGORY (Making fun of Sampson) True that will make us look
like fools. SAMPSON Gregory what I meant was if they make us infuriate I am going to have to pull
out my sword and want to fight them and when I do so you are going to want to join in. GREGORY
Maybe you should learn self control and maybe while you are at it take a couple of breaths and calm
down so you want get infuriate and you and you want have to pull out your sword in other words learn
self control and then you will prevent the rest from happening. SAMPSON You know I do not know
how to learn self control and you should know by now I hit hard ... Show more content on
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GREGORY Angry enough to run away scaredy cat. You won t stand and fight pussy. SAMPSON A
Montague Dog from that house will make me angry enough to take a stand for you and me. If I pass
one of them on the street, I ll take to the grass side of the street of the highway and make them have to
walk on the road. GREGORY Have you ever in your life heard treat people the way you want to be
treated. SAMPSON The Montague Family are like girls and like nearly everyone says girls are weak
so I am going to treat them like girls. GREGORY The fights are between our bosses and we are men
who work for them. SAMSON I believe it is all the same, I ll show them what I am made of by being
a stricked boss after I have frightened the men then I will be nice to the women and then trick them
and I will murder the women! GREGORY The fights are between our bosses and we are men or work
for them. SAMPSON It s all the same. I ll be a strict man to them. After I fight the men, I ll be nice to
the women and show them the good side of me then out of know where I will trick them and kill
them! GREGORY Kill them are you in saying!! What do you think our boss will
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  • 2. Mendel Worksheet 1) Mendel and the Black Box a) Mendel was the first person to comprehend the basic principles of genetics. 2) The Experimental Subjects: Pisum sativum a) Gregor Mendel started out experimenting with pea plants. i) He bred generations of pea plants and observed the traits that showed up in each generation. b) Phenotype: any physiological feature, bodily characteristic, or behavior of an organism. c) Genotype: genetic makeup. 3) Starting the Experiments: Yellow and Green Peas a) Mendel found out that organisms can have the same phenotypes, but have different underlying genotypes. b) He also found out that the basic units of genetics are material elements that come in pairs. c) Mendel confirmed that genes can retain their characteristics throughout ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Emotion Management Paper Strategies of Emotion Management For this week s discussion post, I will be discussing how nurses use emotion management to protect their own psychological and emotional well being on and off the job. In reference to the article, venting to peers is the most recognized method of managing high levels of emotions, this is done venting to colleagues, who can relate because they too share the same environment. Another equally effective method often used is reconstructing difficult situations into a positive light. For instance, a patient who has passed away can be recognized as a relief of suffering (Hammonds Cadge, 2014, p. 166). Another aspect of stress management we have to consider is how we deal with emotional issues off the job. Nurses ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Use Of Sarty In William Faulkner s Barn Burning In Barn Burning, William Faulkner uses a stylistic choice of limited third person point of view in order to create dramatic irony of Sarty s limited understanding of the reality of the court case. Unlike a first person point of view, limited third person provides the reader with details about the supporting characters and the court case that Sarty does not fully comprehend. Limited third person point of view is effective in showing dramatic irony because it shows how Sarty does not understand what is going on around him. Although Sarty s father believes society to be cruel, he comes to the realization that society is sympathetic. For example, Sarty was called up to the stand to testify against his father. Although, he did not testify because ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Analysis Of Paley And Aquinas Analysis of Paley and Aquinas Readings in Topic 4 Introduction In the argument, The Argument From Design from Natural Theology, William Paley argues that living things are like watches in one crucial respect: both exhibit design, the universe with everything in it. Paley thinks that people assume that the universe works for a purpose like the watch does. So, people would reasonably conclude that the universe has a designer or creator, like the watch does, God. Although, atheists deny that the universe is designed. But, shouldn t there be some knowledgeable or intelligent creator to guide us towards our purpose to function in life? In the article, The Five Ways, from Summa Theologica, Thomas Aquinas argues whether God exists, which ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Summary William Paley found a watch on the ground and assumed that the watch was put together for a purpose. His arguments, then, lead towards the teleological argument, which starts from relatively specific observations to the crucial notion of purpose where there is an intelligent cause to the universe. Paley s whole argument discusses how there must be a maker of the universe since there is a maker of the watch, which must be God. In contrast, a telescope has a designer, so an eye must also have a designer, The end is the same; the means are the same. The purpose in both is alike; the contrivance for accomplishing that purpose is both alike: The lenses of the telescope, and the humours of the eye bear a complete resemblance to one another, in their figure their position; and in their power over the rays of light... How is it possible, under circumstances of such close affinity, and under the operation of equal evidence, to exclude contrivance from one, yet to acknowledge the proof of contrivance having been employed, as the plainest and clearest of all propositions in the other?... (Paley, p.30). If the watch could somehow reproduce, Paley still would not question that the watch still had originated from some intelligent designer. Like the watch, he thinks the universe also works for a purpose. Paley proscribes design as foresight, which is connected with purpose, however, the purpose is not the same as the function. It is said to be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. God s Omnipotence Or Almighty According to Grudem, God s omnipotence means that God is able to do all his holy will (216). Omnipotence is defined as all powerful. Examples of God s omnipotence or almighty power is seen in Ps.24:8, Gen.18:14, and Jer. 32:17. God is capable of things beyond our imagination as seen in Eph 3:20 and nothing is impossible (Luke 1:37 and Matt. 19:26). God has the will to do whatever he pleases that even humankind has not seen before (Ps. 115:3). However, people often question God s omnipotence when they hear that He is all powerful and nothing is impossible for him. Can God sin? Can God die? The response to this is that God is able to do anything that is not against his character; hence, Grudem s definition God is able to do all his ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Prov. 16:9 emphasizes this thought by saying that despite man s tendency to plan their life, God ultimately moves throughout their life. In addition, God controls and care for the animals. (Matt.6:26, Matt. 10:29, Ps. 104:27). These scriptures demonstrate God know his creation intimately. This also include the weather as seen in Ps. 148:8, Job 37:6 13, Ps. 135:6, and Ps. 104:14. Even random or chance events as people often deem as luck or coincidence is according to the Lord (Prov. 16:33). Finally, God controls all aspects of human lives. Humans are dependent on God as seen in Matt. 6:11. God knew us before we were born. (Ps. 139:16) and our character and gifts were given by God (1 Cor 4:7). Despite knowing that God is sovereign and controls all, it is extremely important to know that our choices and actions still causes the future to happen. God may control everything and know everything, but that does not diminish the fact that humans still have the power to choose their actions. God loves humankind to where He has made man and given him the power of willing choice. Joshua 24:15 shows a situation where man is given the choice to decide to serve God or John 3:16 where man can decide to accept Christ. Man has free will to decide what to do. God is omniscient in that He knows everything and knows all things possible. God knows the past, present, and the future. In fact, God knows each man on earth. An example of such knowledge is that God ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Acute Stroke The initial signs of acute stroke on nonenhanced CT are subtle but signs that may be visible would include: loss of distinction between white and grey mater, hypodensities in the brain parenchyma, loss of appearance of sulcal markings on surface of the brain and obscured delineation of basel ganglia. The presence of hyerdensity in a main artery may imply thrombus in a main cerebral artery. In the absence of contrast this sign has a high specificity but a low sensitivity for middle cerebral artery occlusion. Overall a nonenhanced CT brain in acute stroke has a sensitivity as low as 26%. If more than 30% of the distribution of the middle cerebral artery shows evidence of acute strioke thrombolysis is contraindicated. The Alberta Stroke Program Early CT Score ( ASPECTS) can be used to categorise patients as suitable or not for thrombolysis. In this system the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This has the effect to produce contrast between vascular structures and surrounding soft tissues. Depending on the timing of imaging after IV injection arteries veins or soft tissues are highlighted. For the purposes of acute evaluation of stroke as is described above an initial non contrats CT scan is performed , followed immediately afterwards by a CT angiogram to evaluate vascular structures from aortic arch to the vertex. This technique is very accurate for diagnosing occlusion of any of the cerebral arteries be they intracranial or extracranial. It will also diagnose the presence of stenosis or dissection of the carotid arteries or middle cerebral arteries. From these images reconstructions of intracranial and extracranial cerebral arteries can be made. A contrast enhanced cerebral angiogram is essential for the planning of thrombectomy as it will provide precise anatomy of cerebral arteries, any stenosis or thrombus in each ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Charlotte Perkins Gilman s The Yellow Wallpaper Women have been seen as lesser, fragile, and intellectually inferior to men in Western societies for centuries. Luckily strong and unrelenting women have come before us, changing the way women have been perceived and understood and making the current period in Western history the most favorable for women, yet. Charlotte Perkins Gilman was one of the aforementioned influential women who challenged the the statues quo with her dynamic short story written in 1892 entitled The Yellow Wallpaper. Some may see The Yellow Wallpaper as a story about a woman descending into insanity after postpartum depression. However when looking at the story from a feminist perspective, I argue that Gilman wrote The Yellow Wallpaper to demonstrate how women ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... With this interpretation, the symbolism of the wallpaper being a male constructed barrier of female suppression looses all meaning. There are far too many references to our main characters squelched life under her husband, his total control over her, and her freedom after she tears down the wallpaper that support the story being interpreted as a woman s plight to escape the male domineering thumb that sensors her and other women s entire worlds. Without the feminist perspective in this story much of its symbolism and meaning would be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. In order to isolate bacteriophage specific for Salmonella,... In order to isolate bacteriophage specific for Salmonella, we will following procedures below. Firstly, we will inoculate 5 mL tryptic soy broth with Salmonella. Then we touch a colony of Salmonella by using a sterile needle and transfer it to the tube consisting LB broth. After that, we incubate the culture overnight at 37oC. The next day, we will inoculate another tube with 4.5 mL of water sample that we take from poultry farm nearby that we suspect as source of Salmonella contamination on the squid water farm. We also add 0.5 mL of overnight Salmonella culture and 0.5 mL of 10X tryptic soy broth. The mixture will be incubate for about 24 to 48 hours at 37oC. During this incubation period, we expect phage in water sample will be able to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A confluent lawn of bacteria will appear covering the agar. The phage will infect and kill the bacteria in the center of the plate. This will creates a visible region of zero bacteria or also known as plaque. Characterization of bacteriophage. The next step is by extract individual plaque from the overlay agar medium by using a pipette. The plaque expected to contain specific bacteriophage against Salmonella. So, the extracted plaque will undergo several re culture processes with Salmonella. After we get the phages, we need to do characterization by examine their morphology and doing staining process. In this case, we use negative staining. In negative staining, we will place a single drop of nigrosin on a clean microscope slide. By applying aseptic technique, we will transfer a little bit of our phage from the plaque and mix it into the drop of nigrosin on the slide. Another microscope slide will be used to spread out the drop into a film. Air dry the film and observe the slide under microscope according to correct techniques. High purity of bacteriophage preparation can be obtained by using ion exchange chromatography, high speed centrifugation and other modern purification. Besides, we also can use advanced purification techniques to purify phages and to ensure that they are free form unwanted bacteria. We will determine the viability and titer of phages before using them therapeutically. Laboratory testing on effect of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Prescription Drug Abuse In California How does the use of prescription drug influence high schoolers in California? Introduction Prescription drugs are influencing kids in the high schools of California, causing many negative effects in the body of kids, unlike other cities in the U.S and Europe where the number of reported cases are lower. In Southern California the use of prescription drugs has skyrocketed, In 2014 the number of cases involving the prescription drug opioid, a popular pain killer, consisted of 11,638 as opposed to 5,753 cases in 2014 according to the California Department of Public Health. The number of cases has more than doubled in the past years and there are many programs that are being integrated into the school that is trying to prevent the increase of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is shown that we need to monitor the situation a step farther as to take action when noticing an abuse in drug abuse in ages in high schools. Although major suppliers might be against it, as it will take away potential clients for future business, the NSDUH will have more major role in applying the problem to places, such as California. This solution will have some difficulties as it needs the approval and understanding of the medical professions, therefore by establishing a system such as the DARE program to educate doctors on the methods of monitoring clients and implementing the use of the program ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Exchange Analysis On The Realms Of Financial Trading Exchange can be defined in a number of ways, it is the process of giving or taking an object/thing/commodity in return for another (Merriam Webster, 2017). Or as defined by Investopedia (2017) an exchange is a marketplace in which securities, commodities, derivatives and other financial instruments are traded . The element of financial instruments however can be brought into question. It can be hypothesised that exchange does not always have to exist within in the realms of financial trading. The exchange journal exercise challenged my idea of exchange as it highlighted the inherent sociality of exchange relationships. In response to this it also highlighted the capitalist underpinnings, allowing for insight into the ways in which ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The agency and sociality of commodities can be exhibited by an exchange via Vic Deals between my flatmates and I and a person down the road from us. Our flat requires a couch, it is an object we desire and thus are happy to exchange money, for a couch. Money however is a fictious commodity as a commodity, according to Polanyi (2001) as something produced for consumption however money is not consumed; it just circulates through markets acting as a stand in representing the value of commodities. After locating a couch on Vic Deals we then message the seller of the couch. Through Facebook a social exchange of basic details, including the location of the couch, occurs. This is a purely social exchange however it could be argued that Facebook is gaining revenue via advertising and our patronage on their website. To me when I actually began to think about capitalism in a deeper sense I realised just how engrained into day to day life it is, you don t have to be making a purchase in order to interact with capitalist systems. It turns out that the couch is located very near to our flat which adds the element of convenience to this ongoing exchange. We decide to go look at the couch and then after looking at we decide to purchase this couch. My flatmate transfers $125 to the seller s bank account; in this exchange, the only physical handing over of goods/commodities is us receiving the couch. Whilst the money does exist it is not in physical form and is only transferred from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. To What Extent Did the Nazis Achieve the Aims of Their... From 1933 to 1939 Hitler aimed to achieve a social revolution in Germany. He aimed to achieve such social policies within the Youth and Women but particularly through his concept of volksgemeinschaft, meaning people s community, he hoped to transform Germany into a strong country based on traditional peasant values. David Schoenbaum has argued that Hitler s social revolution was a fake, and perceived as being real, due to the influence of Hitler s propaganda. Hitler effectively aimed to unify the people into a united classless racial community and introduce a degree of loyalty to Hitler and the Nazi Party. In addition to this, Hitler, through domestic social policy and propaganda, aimed to change the role of women in society such ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Many of the ways the Nazis enforced the Volksgemeinschaft was effective, because citizens were reporting suspicious behavior and enemies of the state were being purged from civil service positions. The implementation of Volksgemeinschaft was largely effective, but also had unintended consequences and backlash that proved it also party ineffective, whether it was suspicion reports getting out of control or youths rebelling against the Hitler Youth in order to seek a more open culture. Hitler had initiated changes that insisted women should return to their traditional roles as homemakers and provide healthy offspring to the Nazi state. Childbearing was encouraged in Germany, however this was only acceptable to the Aryans not the Jews. Hitler implemented policies such as financial incentive marriage loans and special medals were given to women who gave birth to large families. He also made divorce difficult, abortion and contraception illegal in order to achieve his objective effectively. Also, womenโ€š organizations were created to indoctrinate women with Nazi ideas such as, The German Womenโ€š Enterprise. These programs promoted cookery classes, marriage, motherhood and nationhood. The women organizations have had a major effect on Nazi women as it portrayed that Hitler made effective changes in order to develop women to be the mothers of a future, healthy generation. Hitler disliked clever, educated ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Tax Law Case Study FACTS: Client A is an unmarried U.S. taxpayer residing in New York City. Recently client A s investment advisor paid her $150,000 for her investment losses. Per the client, the losses occurred due to the advisor not changing her investment objectives for her account from all equity to current income in a prompt manner. However, the advisor understood her request to mean restructure her portfolio over time as opposed to immediately. Consequently, client A incurred large monetary losses due to the delay of selling off the volatile securities to safer conservative securities. Nevertheless, both parties agreed to the $150,00 settlement without admission of fault by either party. ISSUE(S): The first concern is whether client A s entire ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This section of the code excludes specific awarded damages from gross income for occurrences such as personal physical injuries subjected within the workplace, accidents, and sickness due to a third party involvement. For example, an employee falling down a work staircase due to a faulty banister railing not properly maintained or a motor vehicle accident caused by another driver s carelessness (texting while driving) and lastly an asbestos related disease from working in power plants without protective gear would all be excludable from gross income (Power Plants, n.d.). The requirements for exclusion of settlements for a recovery to be excludable under section 104(a)(2) is best defined in James D. Ktsanes, TC Summary Opinion 2014 85, Code Sec(s) 61; 104, 09/2/2014 where the taxpayer argued that a settlement of $65,000 received from an insurance company fell under the guidelines of IRC ยง 104 due to his Bell s Palsy. Regrettably, the Tax Court s decision did not allow the $65,000 payment to be excluded from the taxpayer s gross income based on the payment being ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Progressive Tax Abstract There has long been a debate about the progressive tax. Is it fair that the citizens who earn more are taxed at a higher rate? Is it fair that those who do not make as much pay a smaller percentage of taxes? This paper will discuss these questions along with the history of progressive tax. The United States collects income from six different tax brackets that range anywhere from 10% to 35% on an individual s taxable income. Keywords: progressive tax, federal income taxes, ability to pay. In 1913, Congress levied a 1% tax on net personal incomes above $3,000, with a six percent surtax on incomes above $500,000. As the nation sought greater revenue to finance the World War I effort, the top rate of income tax rose considerably. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Many claim it is unfair for hard working people to want to better themselves only to have to give the government more money. They don t want to take the risk to do better, so they can be put into a different (higher) tax ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Grief And Trauma Introduction: I have learned a lot in the Intro to Abuse course, including how I respond to traumatic events; how abuse affects attachment and how my caregivers affected my self esteem; my resiliency as well as the skills, traits and professionalism necessary to work effectively with abused children. I will use this knowledge to develop a better understanding of myself and to become a better Child and Youth Care practitioner. Grief and Trauma: This course has taught me how I respond to traumatic events. For example, this past summer, I was demoted without warning from a job in which I was extremely invested in and passionate about. On day three of my job, I was suddenly transferred involuntarily from my position working with children with special ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As a young child, my parents unintentionally negatively impacted my self esteem in a variety of different ways. Due to my undiagnosed learning disability, I often misinterpreted or failed to understand rules and instructions without my parents realizing it. I would frequently get in trouble because I broke a rule or failed to do what my parents wanted me to without even knowing it. My parents thought that I was just being difficult so they would yell at me or punish me and because I had no idea what I had done wrong, I felt like I was a bad kid because I was always getting in trouble. I would also misinterpret what my parents were trying to say a lot of the time, which was also often damaging to my self esteem. For example, when I scored my first goal playing hockey I was so excited and proud of myself and thought my parents would be too, since they would always tell our family if one of my siblings scored. However, my dad told me that he did not care if I scored a goal and I interpreted it to mean that he did not care about me or that I scored and only cared if my siblings did, but what he meant was that he was proud of me whether I scored or not as long as I was doing my best. My parents also damaged my self esteem by belittling me or shaming me when they got frustrated because I was not doing what they wanted. For example, my parents would say things like, why can t you be more like your sister, she can put her seat belt on, why can t you? . This led me to feel like there was something wrong with me and that I wasn t good enough. It also caused me to start comparing myself to my siblings, which made me feel inadequate because it seemed like no matter how hard I tried, I could never measure up to what they could do. However, once my parents discovered that I had a learning disability that caused me to misinterpret nonverbal, social and complicated verbal cues, they did their best to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Grilled Research Paper Grilled v. Fried Food Has it ever happened to you that you have the option of choosing the same dish, but one recipe is grilled and the other is fried? I know it has happened to me and almost every time I ve chosen the fried version. Let us be honest and admit that fried food seems to be more appealing for everyone, even to me. There is something to it that makes it addictive, McDonald s is not famous and successful for nothing. But the sad truth is that although that fried food is extremely delicious when people consume it frequently it can damage their health and cause serious problems. So, am I saying that fried food should be forbidden and that we should only prepare (or buy) grilled meals? No, not really. Fried food it is not awfully bad, indeed is not the healthiest option, but like we have heard many times everything should have a balance , therefore fried food can be consumed in small amounts and perhaps not so frequently. The deal with fried food is that it is a content high in fat. What makes fried food high in fat, is that when the food is being fried it absorbs an abundant amount of fat from the oil that is being used. The ingestion of an ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... But not all grilled food is bad, and grilled food can be healthier if done properly. There are several methods that can reduced the amount of heterocyclic amines and of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons that are created. The first one will be to cut the meat into smaller pieces, into bite size pieces to be specific. This method reduces the amount of time that it is requires to cook the meat and the time that the meat is exposed to the smoke. Another step that would help is to marinate the meat. The herbs and the spices used in the marinade give antioxidants to the meat which prevent the development of HCA. Lastly, let us remember that grilling vegetables is not detrimental to your health and not ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. A Women Just Friends Analysis The article by William Deresiewicz titled A Man. A Women. Just Friends? analyzes the controversial topic of cross sex friendships. Cross sex friendships are ones which form between the opposite genders, and are often forced into the assumption that there is always a sexual end, since this is the destiny between a male and female who are close. However, the article questions this assumption, claiming that presentations of cross sex friendships in mainstream media, for example in the show Friends, forces this pressure on female and male friendships. William states that platonic friendships shouldn t be seen as rare or assumed to lead to sex, but this does not happen since in pop culture there rarely if ever exists a strictly platonic relationship ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Since women self disclose more, researches conclude that women have more intimate personal relationships with each other. Wood states that in a modern context, women are still seen as the experts of intimacy, where films, television programs and print, TV, and online ads continue to represent men as emotionally lacking and women as naturally adept at relationships (Wood 187). Deresiewicz would agree that relationships have been warped by the media, especially with how the media sees friendship. Both would agree that the male deficit model is inappropriate since it is based on assumptions on how the genders demonstrate closeness. It appears that both do not agree with how the media portrays genders or personal relationships between the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Catholic Reformation Essay During the 16th century, Protestantism emerged as a new sect of Christianity. This process was not calm or peaceful in the slightest. Protestant leaders like Martin Luther and John Calvin fiercely attacked and denied traditional Catholic beliefs, causing much controversy and debate upon religion. Many regions of Europe as a whole were converted to Protestantism, and many more Protestants emerged in areas where Catholicism remained the state religion. The Catholic faith became less and less appealing to people as the abuses of the clergy were now publicly addressed by reformers and a new, personal approach to religion was offered in Protestantism. In addition, rulers favored Protestantism as a state religion because it meant that no power ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... An important declaration was that The Vulgate, a translation of the Bible into Latin made by St. Jerome, was the only official version of the Bible. This meant that people had to know Latin to read Scripture, so the right of individuals to have their own interpretation of Scripture was denied. Monasticism continued to be an important practice, and the existence of purgatory was reaffirmed. The Council of Trent set out to reaffirm and restate traditional Catholic beliefs in order to protect against the Protestant Reformation. The members of the Council of Trent realized the unfair abuses of the church, and called for reform. In this way, they were protecting themselves against criticism from Protestant reformers. A drastic reform of monastic orders was launched. The council acted against the abuse of indulgences while still upholding the principle. This meant that indulgences could not just be sold; indulgences were granted when an individual did something truly good. Also, bishops were to reside in their respective dioceses and attend more carefully to their duties, exercising more control over clergy. Pluralism was checked and steps were taken to make sure church officials were eligible for the job. In order to have an educated clergy, the council ordered that a seminary be set up in each diocese for priest training. More careful steps were to be taken to ensure the celibacy of clergy. The Council of Trent was able to eliminate many abuses of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Fall Out 3 Vs Fallout 4 The new fallout 4 game footage is amazing. They have a number of improvements over the old Fallout 3 engine which was used for the highly profitable Fallout 3 game release. The first thing which they showcase is the new and improved facial generation technology. It is amazing that they have managed to improve the technology so much over the previous version used in Fallout 3. The new faces look almost lifelike in their quality levels. They have managed to give you so many more customization choices on how you would like your character to look. You will be able to make a character which looks exactly as you want them to. They will have the hair style you want, as you have many different choices to choose from in terms of hair styles. You also ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This means that you can actually see the before and after effects of the nuclear war on the environment. The game demo shows the main character talking to a vault tec salesman who is trying to sell your character space in one of the vaults before the war. You also get to see the home of the main character which shows the advanced technology which is used by the people who were living in this alternate version of Earth before the nuclear war. You have a robot butler who is waiting in your kitchen as you walk around your house. You have pip boy posters on your fridge and all the details you would expect from a Fallout game are here. Another cool feature is that they have footage of someone using the Pip boy which is shown as if it were an ad for a Pip boy which would have been shown on the TVs before the ncuolerar war. The Pip boy is portrayed to be similar to an iPhone in that you can give it voice commands as you are currently able to do with the popular Siri function. It is good that they are keeping all the iconic imagery from the earlier fallout games and incorporating this into the new game ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. The Music Of The Children s Chorus Of Crane ( Ccc ) I love music and I have dedicated a lot of my time to what I love. I have been in the Children s Chorus of Crane (CCC), played piano, and been in the Clarkson Golden Knotes a cappella group. From all of these musical experiences, I learned to become a better musician. I learned that the benefit of producing music outweighs the time and dedication I must put into it. I have experienced the satisfaction of performing music for other s enjoyment. These are talents I will be able to take with me forever. When I was younger, I was in the CCC from 3rd grade to 10th grade. I learned dedication. I was only nine years old when I started singing in the choir once a week for two hours straight. I learned what was expected at a very formal concert. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Golden Knotes met twice a week, two hours each practice. I learned grew both musically and as member of a student organized club. I learned how student leadership works and how the atmosphere of a college clubs. RELIGION Although I am not very religious, I attended the Unitarian Universalist Church of Canton starting in 2nd grade. This year I was much less active, but I still kept in touch with the church youth group. I take to heart the U.U. church principles. The seven principles overlap the values I have been taught at home, and that LRCS practices. I also admire how religion can bring people of all ages into one caring community. I value the connections I have made and the members of the church have been very supportive of me. SUPPORT SYSTEM My strong support system is the main reason I feel prepared to graduate high school and begin college. family and friends FAMILY My family has been nothing but supportive, loving, and caring. They taught me the value of love from a young age. My parents taught me right from wrong, and my sister taught me to hold my temper. These three people are my mentors, my family, and my best friends. FRIENDS I have been extremely lucky, I have become very close to my small circle of friends. I am graduating with Nora Bradford and Gwen Smith, two of my longest lasting friendships. I also have stayed best friends with Sarah Rivers, and most recently, I was luck enough to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Unrequited Love In Romeo And Juliet The theme of love is central to Romeo and Juliet. Discuss the different types of love that Shakespeare explores in the play. Introduction: In William Shakespeare s, Romeo and Juliet, the main theme of the play is love. Shakespeare explores many different types of love including idealistic love, unrequited love and family love. The love between the two protagonists, Romeo and Juliet, is idealistic. They both dream of perfection in their relationship. Unrequited love is portrayed by Romeo at the beginning of the play when he loves Rosaline but she does not love him back. It is also briefly looked upon when Paris wants to marry Juliet but she wants to marry Romeo. The nurse loves Juliet like a daughter and has raised Juliet her entire life; ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Rapa Nui People Research Paper The Rapa Nui people are form Easter Island. Today you wont find any of those people. The Rapa Nui people are responsible for the statues that we see today on Easter Island. The Rapa Nui people are also responsible for the destruction of their own land. There believe that their religion would take care of them lead to the destruction of their land. The Rapa Nui people are responsible for the way that Easter Island is seen today, not nature, and because of what they did they are no longer around today. The people of Rapa Nui came to the island of Easter Island during the fifth century. When the people arrived they brought dogs, chickens, edible rats, sugar cane, bananas, sweet potatoes, and mulberry for making bark cloth (Wright 121). The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Favelas Essay Introduction The street parties and music of the favelas of Rio de Janeiro, called baile funk, are a topic that has been studied by relatively few scholars. Perhaps it is due to the violent nature of the parties, as one person familiar with the realities of favelas states [Do researchers] have any idea what a real favela is like? 14 year old kids with AR 15s, AK 47s, and MAC 11s all around? (Robinson, 2004, p. 1). Furthermore, it is difficult to gain an honest account of the cultural significance from the point of view of people who have not grown up in the favelas and build their impressions of the favelas through the lens of the media. Yet, the moral panic as a result of the negative perception of bailes funk from outsiders is a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Gangs dictate and control the operation of more than six hundred identifiable favelas as they battle for power, resulting in more than fifty homicides per week. The police believe they are fighting in a civil war of resiliency, killing nearly nine hundred people living in favelas per year. Despite the moral panic of outside citizens, one in five people living in Rio de Janeiro identify themselves as favelados , leading them to fight for what they consider to be normal life within the favelas (Favela on Blast, 2008). A subculture has emerged in the favelas since the early 1980s, shaped by street parties called bailes funk, literally defined as funk balls . The bailes funk are the heart of the favelas consisting of street parties driven by a musical genre of dance and hip hop, which was developed in the favelas and influenced by Miami bass and African style music, called funk carioca (Favela on Blast, 2008). The music makes frequent use of samples and looped tracks, often resulting in unoriginal content with minimal production. The music is identifiable as loud, sexual, shockingly vulgar, and focuses on subjects such as romance, sex, violence, humor, and social aspects of the favelas (Sneed, 2008). Brazilian funk does not sound similar to funk genres typical of other countries from around the world. With the emergence of funk carioca, a new subculture was born. Funk proibidรฃo, meaning prohibited funk , is the result of authorities trying to hide ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. The Moral Argument for the Existence of God Essay example The Moral Argument for the Existence of God Kant did NOT put forward a moral argument and anyone who said he does is wrong!!!! Kant rejected all attempts to argue from the world to God, he regarded such an exercise as impossible. However he thought that God was a POSTULATE of practical reason. If you share Kant s assumptions, then it becomes necessary to assume that there is a God. Kant s reasoning.... 1. All human beings desire and seek happiness 2. All human beings ought to be moral and do their duty 3. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Of course, it may well be that the Universe is not fair Kant had a deep sense of trust in the fairness of the Universe and if this is rejected then the postulates are not needed. Argument from absolute moral values =================================== A different approach to that of Kant comes from those who argue from the existence of some absolute moral values. Rashdall put forward this argument but it was developed by Sorley. Sorley claims: 1. There is an absolute moral law. Sorley supports this claim with the following reasons: 2. People are conscious of an absolute moral law 3. People acknowledge the demands that this law makes on them even if they break it 4. No finite mind grasps the whole of what this represents 5. Ideas exist only in minds 6. Therefore there must be a supreme mind, beyond all finite minds, in which this absolute moral law exists. Sorley claims that unlike Natural Law which is descriptive of human nature, the Moral Law is prescriptive. It describes not what IS but what SHOULD BE. The Natural Law approach to Ethics stems ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Tabernacles Research Paper Evangelical Christians from over 80 countries are set to fly to Jerusalem to join the celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles of the Jewish festival Sukkot and also to show their support for the modern state of Israel. Sukkot 2017 will start on the evening of Oct. 4 and will end at night on Oct. 11. It is a harvest style feast celebrating the Jewish Exodus and the Israelites journey through the wilderness. The first day of the occasion is marked by special prayers and meals, and each day there is a waving ceremony of four plants enumerated in the Torah, The Mirror explained. Thousands of evangelical Christians from all over the world are expected to hit the streets of Jerusalem next month for the celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. The New Features Of Windows Server 2012 After reviewing the requirements of the GAI and taking into consideration the infrastructure that is already in place I have created a proposal that should meet the requirements of the organization needs. Some of the new features of Windows Server 2012 that I will be utilizing in order to ensure the organization needs are met will be the Work Folders and Direct Access feature for the users that will be utilizing the remote sites. The Hyper V, Storage Tiering and DHCP for fault tolerance, IP availability which I will be going further in depth during the proposal. For the deployment of the Servers in the organization I felt 3 physical servers at a minimum would be best in terms of ensuring all the users have access to the same services. Two servers will act as a main server will be located at the Los Angeles site while one will be located at the New York site the third server will act up as a backup for the two in the event of one failing and will be located at the Los Angeles location. I will be installing the Server 2012 Datacenter edition for flexibility and scalability the servers will not have Server Core installed but will be set up for the desk top experience. Which include the GUI to ensure that the incoming technicians will have ease of use when maneuvering around the services on the servers. Also each server will mirror the other as far as roles and features so as not to cause future conflicts. Considering the size of the organization right now which consist of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Space Debris Research Paper Space Debris People were looking up at the night sky and dreaming about flying to the stars for over thousands of years. Myths and legends of many nations of the world are full of stories about the journeys to the Moon and the Sun. Currently, manned space crafts and space stations have become almost commonplace in everyday life. Space exploration is undoubtedly essential and necessary stage of the progress of human civilization, but it entailed all the negative aspects of anthropogenic activities. The atomic age polluted the huge space of the Earth, which requires billions of dollars for a cleanup. Now, it turned out that near Earth space became littered as well. However, it is much more difficult and expensive to clean it up. Space debris ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In 1983, a smack particle hit the porthole of the space shuttle Challenger (Nelson 2014). It did not break through but left a noticeable imprint. After landing, craft specialists thoroughly inspected the damage and concluded that it was a chip of paint, which peeled off some other spacecraft. In general, the United States has the richest history of similar cases. One of the most famous incidents occurred with the Atlantis shuttle in 2006 when a small particle of debris pierced the radiator panel, one wall of the cargo hold, and ultimately stuck in the opposite one (Young 2006). The following year, the Endeavour shuttle got a hole of few inches in its hull. Another debris of 0.4 inches in diameter punctured the Hubble Space Telescope array (Pelton 2013). At the same time, other countries suffer from this problem as well and even worse. For example, the Russian communications satellite Express AM11 collided with a micro particle of debris, which damaged the thermal control system (Broadcasts ... 2006). As a result, the satellite broke down and left the Far East without television for some time (Broadcasts ... 2006). This case ties into another problem associated with the effectiveness of the satellites functioning in Earth ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Leadership in 12 Angry Men In the film 12 Angry Men, a group of twelve jurors are deciding the fate of a young boy accused of murdering his father. Throughout the juries dilleration, one man exhibits all of the qualities of leadership. This man is juror number 8 played by Henry Fonda. Fonda not only exhibits the the 10 qualities of a leader but he uses these qualities to lead the entire jury to a vote of not guilty (Fonda Lumet, 1957). Early on in the film Fonda shows the first quality of leadership vision. Vision can be defined as the leaders ability to know what is needed and how what is needed can be achieved (book). In the case of 12 Angry Men, Henry Fonda has a vision that he and the other jurors have the responsibility to consider the facts in the case ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For Fonda the entire film is him doing just that. Being that Fonda what the only one at the beginning to vote not guilty, he used his enthusiasm to bring the rest of the jurors over to his way of think. A good example of this is how he convinced juror number 9 (the old man) that there could be doubt in the witness that was an older gentleman like he was. By showing juror 9 that there were flaws in the evidence and the witnesses he was able to gain another follower. His enthusiasm for getting the ruling right is what drove him to be able to make this happen time and time again with every juror (Fonda Lumet, 1957). Next we are introduced to Fonda s leadership quality of Stability. Stability is the quality of a leader to discern emotions from fact and keep personal beliefs separate from the task at hand (book). In the film we see this when Fonda discerns that racism of another juror is not acceptable. He says to juror 6 that it s always difficult to keep personal prejudice out of a thing like this (Fonda Lumet, 1957). In this statement he is showing his own abilities to discern what prejudice is and how he is trying to keep it from influencing his decisions. The fifth quality of leadership expressed by Fonda in the film was that of Concern for Others. In this quality of leadership the leader values those they lead as fellow human beings and not just as those that are there to serve (book). The whole premise behind the film directly ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Corporate Law Essay THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE COMMLAW 7011 CORPORATE LAW (M) BUSINESS SCHOOL Week 3, Semester 1, 2012 TUTORIAL QUESTIONS WEEK 3 (Commencing Monday 12 March) Acknowledgement: These Tutorial Questions were originally devised by Martin Markovic, Senior Lecturer, Business School, University of Adelaide. Question 1 A, B and C are long time friends from University days. They share common interests especially with respect to making money. A is a computer programmer for a bank, B is a chartered accountant and C a corporate lawyer. While having drinks after work one evening in May, A indicated that he had become disenchanted with the lack of challenge at his work. He ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In July, A, B and C entered into a joint venture agreement with D whereby: (i) A, B and C were granted the sole distribution rights for the products in South Australia for a fee of 20% of the annual net profits of A, B and C s business; (ii) A, B and C agreed to comply with any marketing instructions issued by D; (iii) A, B and C agreed to purchase all their computing products exclusively from D. This was most unusual as all their competitors purchased products from a range of computing companies. (iv) D had a right to inspect the business venture s books of accounts and a right to receive quarterly statements. In December, at a computing trade exhibition, A is overcome by an exciting range of new products being offered by IBN Computers Ltd. He immediately attempted to phone B and C on his mobile phone but was unsuccessful. A, being the impetuous person he was, couldn t wait and ordered $250,000 of computing products from IBN. Provide advice with respect to: (i) the nature of the relationship between A, B and C;
  • 30. (ii) the nature of the relationship between A, B and C and D; (iii) The legal consequences of the $250,000 order with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Remember By James Rose Alternate Ending James Rose carefully removed his silk blazer and then took the contents of his carefully tailored trousers and laid them on a table in front of the person he was talking to. The first item he laid out was his cell phone and then he proceeded to lay out a brand new pink ball gag, two pairs of handcuffs, and a syringe which was followed by a pair of pliers so razor sharp they could remove a finger at the bone and another pair of needle nose pliers that could remove a fingernail with a quick jerk. Also in the room was a 5 gallon pail of water already full as well as a car battery with two wires emanating from the positive and negative wires. You see James Rose was not a very nice man and the purpose of his being in the room was not pleasant at ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Remember, you said you would take me out tonight as you have been gone the last two weeks, I will see you in 45, I have made reservations at the Italian place and I look hot if I do say so myself. Heart This was his new wife texting. Her name was Nathalie and she was a little younger than he was, but James knew one thing and that he was in love. Nathalie was his Northern Lights, the woman who made him hard and made him romantic and was the sun upon which he orbited. So the man about Dmitri s age sighed and took the syringe and carefully took the stopper off. His dark hair parted to one side and his tailored shirt that couldn t hide his muscular build, but what fascinated you were his blue eyes. They were a shade of blue never before seen. We will have to continue this conversation later , stabbing the needle into Dmitri s thigh and watching him. Ten seconds later, Dmitri s head went to one side and a careful examination of his eyelids indicated he was out cold. Pocketing his items, Jim went to the security code and punched in the number and walked outside. He went to his brand new black Tesla and started it up, going home to his new wife. His was a love that the job couldn t get in the way ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Harry Potter And The Novel The Rye The complexity and Rowling s willingness to take on difficult and contemporary issues such as racism, genocide, classism, and difference makes Harry Potter and the Philosopher s Stone uniquely valuable. While both books can be regarded as controversial due to the moral fibre of them, Catcher in the Rye, captures an adolescent protagonist wavering between childhood and adulthood. Holden Caulfield, a confused teenager, explores how adult life appears complex and incomprehensible to teenagers on the brink of entering it. Likewise, Harry Potter focuses on a timid young boy, unsure of his abilities. While both characters are young and dissatisfied with the world around them, Harry finds ways to resemble positive change and adjusts to the world surrounding him. Holden, however, refuses to acknowledge that adulthood scares him, using the museum to symbolise something that remains unchanged. By the museum representing childhood as a world of innocence, curiosity and honesty, readers are able to distinguish that adulthood to Holden is a world of superficiality and hypocrisy and phoniness. (Reference) Harry Potter and the Philosopher s Stone, and The Catcher in the Rye both depict bildungsroman. A bildungsroman being defined as a novel that recounts the development of an individual from childhood or adolescence to maturity, to the point at which the protagonist recognizes his or her place and role in the world (Murfin Supryia 39). While Holden Caulfield is an unusual ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Reflective Essay About My Mandala During the past few weeks in Global Perspectives we explored our personal culture, and the influences that shape it. Our task was to create a mandala: a circular set of symbols that convey the contrast between the sun and shadow sides of our personality. While the sun side is the disposition other people see, the shadow side captures unseen aspects of our personality. In this reflection, I further examine how I embody the characteristic behind each symbol and how I came to possess this characteristic. First, on the sun side (right), the uppermost symbol is a firecracker, which represents my exuberance. Firecrackers are loud, colorful, and unpredictable. Being the youngest of my friends and family, I have always been loud craving attention and achieved it through antics, similar to a firecracker exploding. However, as exciting as some consider firecrackers, to some they are scary. My loud personality and my never ending energy sometimes send the wrong impression, and I come off as a little hard to handle. Though my family was part of the reason I wanted get attention, but I was the one would would rather be noticed all the time, than blend in to the background, this is why I classify this as something I developed by my free will. This is the one trait that many people first notice about me, which is why I think ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I do not usually get mad when people wrong me, but rather, I pile it within myself like a dam; I cannot forget, but I move on. However, again, much like a dam, when I am aggravated to a certain extent, I lose it. All my piled up anger will come out at once like a tidal wave. This characteristic, I believe, was groomed within me because of my genetics, my mother is much the same, she never seems to get angry, yet when she is pushed too far, she get s very ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. The Study of Hostage Drama in Quirino Grandstand THE STUDY OF HOSTAGE DRAMA IN QUIRINO GRANDSTAND CHAPTER1 INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The aim of the dissertation is to research the diplomatic negotiating style of the Filipino law enforcement by analyzing the events in its diplomatic history, namely the bilateral negotiations with the Philippines during august 23, 2010. For the past few days since the embarrassing hostage crisis that has brought international shame again to our country, it has been reflecting on how we as a Filipino people can collectively move forward from this incident. In cyberspace, many people continue to express anger, rage, disappointment, frustration and sadness about how our government particularly the Philippine National Police (PNP) ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Believe that majority of our police force are good and well meaning Filipino public servants who went into the service to help our country. If the political leaders for the past 5 years only used our funds properly instead of putting it in their own pockets then that would have been able to develop an elite police force that would be able to handle any type of crisis situation in a very effective manner. Making no excuses for the Aquino administration because like said, they should ve been in full control the moment the hostage crisis started but in reality they are also inheriting a poorly trained and equipped PNP from the previous administration. Don t forget that Aquino has been in power for barely two months while Robredo was just appointed as DILG chief in the middle of July. It is with this reason that really appalled by the way two very staunch supporters of former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, Senator Miguel Zubiri and Albay s Rep. Edcel Lagman, are now trying their darndest best to play hero and pin all the blame on Aquino and Robredo. If they are really serious that they want to help our country and improve our image in the international community, then perhaps they can begin by probing and supporting an investigation on all the anomalies and corruption that happened during their boss term. Now, what can do to finally move forward? The greater challenge for us Filipinos is to understand ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. The Development of the American Constitution Essay The Articles of Confederation were approved by all the early American states in 1781, but by 1787, it was apparent that the Articles were insufficient for the young nation to operate on. A convention was formed with the priority job being to revise the Articles of Confederation; however, they only concluded that an entire new structure was needed to fulfill the demands of the growing country. The Constitution was then born. The Constitution provided the structure of government and power that was needed to achieve a strong union. This structure saved the American republic from collapse while under the Articles of Confederation. George Washington himself called the end of the Articles a happy termination (Document A). He commended Henry ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The government must be able to prevent a tyranny of the majority, prevent a tyranny of the minority, have sufficient powers to create conditions for both short and long term economic development, and formulate and conduct a more effective foreign policy. It was not long, however, before core conflicts emerged between different interest groups. Bankers and debtors disagreed; there was economic competition between states, along with conflicts over western land ownership. Despite the enormous gap between advocates of the differing approaches, a number of important compromises were worked out. For instance, the Commerce Compromise which regulated trade between states and the Great Compromise which dealt with representation for the states in Congress. The delegates also divided power within national government. They created three branches: the legislative, the executive, and the judicial. During this process, there was considerable disagreement about the powers of the executive, or presidential, branch. This branch of the government was given a great deal of power, and the Articles of Confederation had had no executive branch. However, much less attention was given to the judiciary. There was no mention of judicial review at this time. While the changes made the government at this time were more than sufficient, they were still not perfect. But what is a perfect government? Does it even exist in our ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. A1 Steak Sauce Case Problem / Issue A.1. Steak Sauce is a brand of Kraft Foods with little competition in the steak sauce market. The product currently has the majority dollar and volume market shares in the steak sauce market. However, unit and volume sales have remained flat. In February of 2003, A.1. becomes aware of new competition entering the steak sauce market. Lawry s, which is owned by Unilever, has announced an April 1 launch of its own steak sauce. Lawry s has approached Publix and requesting the Memorial Day ad with a two for $5 price. Publix is requesting that A.1. match Lawry s pricing or A.1. will lose its place in the ad. Alternatives and Analysis A.1.. could mount a frontal attack on Lawry s. This would require A.1.. to lower its ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... o A.1. has never been seriously challenged by another brand. Currently, A.1. has no reason to believe that Lawry s could become serious competition. Disadvantages o A.1. stands to lose part of its current market share due to the extreme price difference between its steak sauce ($0.50 / ounce regularly) and Lawry s new steak sauce ($0.36 / ounce regularly). o Currently A.1. is guaranteed to receive chief ad placements during the important holiday weekends. If A.1. makes no changes, there is a high probability that A.1. will lose these placements as Publix is already considering Lawry s for the Memorial Day ad. Recommendation I would recommend a combination of two of the alternatives above. First, I would recommend that A.1. strengthen its relationships with its suppliers and distributors. Although A.1. would incur additional expenses in the form of legal fees and sales representative time, the benefits it could gain would be extremely useful in competing against Lawry s. A.1. would ensure a high quality product, adequate shelf space, and principal display space. These would reinforce A.1. as the preferred steak sauce and provide additional brand awareness. Second, I would recommend that A.1. alter its advertising program for the upcoming year. With Lawry focusing on May, June, and July with its advertising program, A.1. needs to match it to maintain its current brand awareness. A.1. has been the number one brand of steak sauce people ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. The Heros Journey In Shrek And The Hero s Journey A movie is more than just a story. A movie sparks imagination. A movie displays the hero s journey. Shrek, a movie known to most children as well as adults, is about an ogre who goes on an adventure. The adventure is very remarkable in the world of fantasy and unquestionably demonstrates the baseline of all stories, the hero s journey. Shrek undoubtedly shows the stages of a hero s journey throughout the entire movie series as well as vital information needed for the person watching the film to feel the passions that the main character feels during the duration of the movie. In the hero s journey, the hero or main character goes through a series of events. The first stage of the hero s journey is the ordinary world. In the movie Shrek, Shrek lives in a vacant swamp, living without a relationship with the outside world. He enjoys the peacefulness of living by himself, until he is no longer by himself. Lord Farquaad sends fairy tale creatures to exile on Shrek s swamp, ruining the way Shrek lives his life at home. Shrek leaves to go to the Lord s castle. He is then told that to get his precious swamp back, he needs to rescue Princess Fiona. This is Shrek s call to adventure. Shrek is a willing hero. This is shown when Shrek states he would do anything to get his swamp back. He willingly left as fast as he could, so he could return back to his old way of life. Shrek leaves his ordinary world when he leaves his house, then goes to the Lord s castle. Shrek leaves the Lord s castle sets his way out to the castle which encases Princess Fiona. Donkey, Shrek s mentor, helps Shrek throughout his tests. Shrek s enemy is prevailed as soon as the movie starts. Shrek s rival would be Lord Farquaad because he wishes to only marry the princess, so he can be a monarch. The earliest test would be where Shrek goes against the Lord s men in a fight. This is where the Lord decided Shrek s expedition. Without Donkey, Shrek would have never found the Lord s castle. Shrek proceeds to go through another test. He must rescue Princess Fiona from the highest room in the tallest tower, without dying from the dragon or the lava that encircles the fortress where Fiona is held hostage until someone liberates her from her bedroom in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Property in Second Treatise of Civil Government and... Property in Second Treatise of Civil Government and Robinson Crusoe Both John Locke s Second Treatise of Civil Government and Daniel Defoe s Robinson Crusoe deal with the question of property. In these two texts, the following questions arise: when does common property become an individual s property; and what factors make the appropriation of property justifiable or not? These questions may be answered by looking at each author s political views, followed by how they are incorporated in their work. Locke outlines the procedures for the transition of property to private ownership, while Defoe details the way Crusoe appropriates property (i.e., food, accommodations, and slaves) during the course of his stay on the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... But even though the topic came up incidentally, Locke had much to say about it. He dedicated an entire chapter in his Treatise to discussing property and its importance in the laws of nature and government. Throughout Chapter V of his Second Treatise, Locke uses the term property ...to connote that something is one s own, either inclusively or exclusively. That is, anything which is in any sense one s own is one s property. This seems to be the conventional seventeenth century use of the term (Tully 112). Locke argues that natural reason...tells us, that men, being once born, have a right to their preservation (Locke 352). After establishing this principle, Locke continues to surmise that God has given the earth...to mankind in common. But this being supposed, it seems to some a very great difficulty how any one should ever come to have a property in any thing (Locke 353). This puzzling question may have different answers that all seem relative. Nonetheless, says Locke, every man is his own property and this nobody has a right to but himself (Locke 353). But, beyond this view, where else does private property originate? According to Locke, common property becomes individual property the moment one adds his or her labor to it. As Locke argues, The labour of his [the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Due Process Clause Case Study within the confines of the Due Process Clause, the Supreme Court said that the simple but controlling question is whether the state has given anything for which it can ask in return. Applying the same ideas, the Supreme Court stated that the power of a state to impose use tax collection obligations and liability upon a remote seller could be proper in a variety of circumstances. However, the Court found that a state may not impose a duty of tax collection onto a seller whose only connection with customers in the State is by common carrier or the mail. Subsequently, the Supreme Court held that physical presence is the requirement for use taxation and the Illinois statute in question violated both the Due Process Clause and the Commerce ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... While Illinois sales totaled just over $2 million, both of those figures are substantial when considering the date of the National Bellas Hess decision. The dissent notes that the corporation s mailing list includes five million names, and the company even allowed sales on credit a feature that exemplifies how sophisticated National Bellas Hess was in a time before the advancement of modern technology. There is no doubt that such a large scale corporation that did continuous solicitation in the Illinois market had a sufficient nexus to require them to remit the use taxes back to the state. The company was never simply using the facilities of interstate commerce to serve customers in Illinois, but rather it was regularly and continuously engaged in exploitation of the consumer market. The company engaged in the benefits of the state as if it were a brick and mortar retail store, and to excuse Bellas Hess from [its] obligation is to burden and penalize retailers located in Illinois who must collect the sales tax from their customers. The activity the company directed into Illinois was not minor or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Essay on Business Marketing Examine the nature of the distinctive managerial, organisational and developmental characteristics of small businesses vis ร  vis well resourced large companies. What are the implications of such distinctiveness for small businesses attempting to achieve sustained growth? Entrepreneur is someone who takes a risk and initiates to take up an opportunity in the market for any goods or service to be sold to the consumers. All decisions are made by the entrepreneur as he is the risk taker and this obviously involves people working under him for example managers. All the capital is raised, decisions are made by the entrepreneur and business activities are monitored by the owners itself. As Bolton(1971) describes in his report small ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Branson had earned enough money from his record shop to buy a country estate, in which he installed a recording studio. He leased out studio time to fledgling artists, including multi instrumentalist Mike Oldfield and controversial bands like the Sex Pistols, whom other companies were reluctant to sign. Virgin Records won praise for exposing the public to obscure avant garde music, but Branson sold the Virgin label to EMI in 1992, to help fund his airline company. Branson had formed Virgin Atlantic Airways in 1984, and he went on to launch Virgin Trains in 1997, Virgin Mobile in 1999, and Virgin Blue in Australia in 2000. Branson continues to launch new business ventures, with Virgin healthcare announcing in January 2008 that it would open a chain of health care clinics that would offer conventional medical care alongside homeopathic and complementary therapies. Virgin Money also bought the Northern Rock bank in 2011. (https://www.brightsidestartuploans.org/knowledge bank/business and finance/famous businesspeople/famous entrepreneurs richard branson) Richard Branson started of small and is now one of the richest entreprenuers in the world, infact he is looking forward to more challages and anyone can submit their business venture on the Virgin website andhe may consider if he is interested. However not everyone is so lucky and not all entrepreneurs are willing to take high risk and to grow their business on a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. The Republican Platform The Republican platform discusses several elements that are in contrast with the TDP. The subject of school choice is described as the ability to allow parents to choose their children s school. The use of educational funds would be given to use in public, private, charter, or for home schooling. The school choice is proposed to by funded by tax credits and or exemptions. One founding principle that is listed in the platform is that separation of the public facilities at schools be only used for biological genders, this falls in line with the Judeo Christian Principles that are continually mentioned within the platform. An intense sense of faith and government is seen throughout the Republican Party platform document. In addition, there is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In unison, both Democratic and Republican Party s discuss the need to reinstate the Glass Stegall banking reform of 1931, which separated the commercial and investment banking industries. Texan, either Democrats or Republicans can be united under what is considered The American and Texan Creed. This is the Political values that united us in the state. There are various elements that make up our values, equality, freedom, consent of the governed, and capitalism. Texans fit into an even more specified list of values, we can analyze this by what is called The American and Texas Creed of Individualism, Liberty, Equality, Constitutionalism, Democracy. All aspects can be viewed in varying elements of both the Republicans and Democratic platforms. Individualism is mentioned in our political ideologies as being an element that is reflective of the ideas of Libertarians and Conservatives, but this element is part of the Texan Creed. It is this variant in values that gives Texas its political environment. This value is listed in both party platforms and can be viewed throughout it by countless ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Sharepoint SharePoint SharePoint 2010 Sites: A Single Infrastructure for All Your Business Web Sites Benefits Easily Share and Publish Information SharePoint sites are easy to make. In fact, the full set of features in SharePoint 2010 Sites can help anyone build a site from start to finish. Several out of the box features provide instant value by helping a site owner build the first page right away. Still other features make it simple to modify pages change content, add interaction, or apply a design theme. Novice or expert, anyone can quickly create, customize, and publish a site that looks great and meets a specific business need. Ensure Broad Adoption SharePoint sites are as easy to use as they are to make. That s because SharePoint 2010 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Combining traditional content management, social capabilities, and powerful search, it is as natural to manage as it is to use. With its simple, behind the scenes administration, you can quickly set up compliance policies, while its familiar interface lets your people work just as they would in Microsoft Office. The result is well managed information that is easy to find, share, and use. Benefits Increase Productivity and Information Value Closely connected to Microsoft Office, SharePoint 2010 Content provides a familiar user experience. People are comfortable with the system, so they use it. They find the information they need more easily, and their work is managed from start to finish. Drive Compliance and Reduce Risk SharePoint 2010 Content makes it easy to tag content, enforce retention schedules, declare records, and apply legal holds. With these measures, you can address the need for compliance and reduce the risk of mistakes when information is archived or disposed. Fewer Systems and Easier Integration SharePoint 2010 manages documents, records, Web content, and rich media on a single platform, helping you reduce IT costs. Using interoperability standards like CMIS, XML, and REST to connect to legacy ECM systems, SharePoint 2010 also helps your company get more value from its current investments. Compliance Everywhere Manage versions, apply retention ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. The Propaganda, the Ministries, and the Leader North Korea is an extreme isolated country and is known for continuously violating human rights. Defectors, North Koreans who escaped the isolated country, continue to report that North Korea maintains a record of consistent, severe human rights violations, stemming from the government s total control over all activity (North Korea: Government). The similarities between North Korean society and the society in the dystopian novel 1984 by George Orwell are very much alike. A government constructed by sole trust in a supreme leader, complete control over the media, and sectioned ministries with individual roles that restrict the people from various free will behaviors and thoughts are the factors that have facilitated the control over the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Because the government controls all media and the Internet is not a factor in the society, the North Korean population is dependent and trustworthy of their government compared to the one billion plus social media users worldwide (Bullas, Jeff). Social media in the unrestricted world allows for people s voices be heard and influence others not allowing a government to sustain many firm statements on any topic without considering the response from the population. The media is not the only source of control in isolated North Korea and Oceania. Ministries are constructed to keep the population from rejecting or rebelling the government. Ministries in both North Korea and Oceania are the main sources along with the superior leader that applies the isolating restrictions on their populations. In Oceania, the Ministry of Love (deals with torturing and punishing those against the party), the Ministry of Peace (deals with all the aspects of the war), the Ministry of Truth (deals with propaganda and changing past documentations), and the Ministry of Plenty (deals with rationing food and goods). The ministries in North Korea only include the Ministry of Public Safety which is in charge of law and order as well as court. The courts are in charge of political ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Why Should The Amazon Rain Forest Be Developed Picture this. A beautiful tropical forest, with lush plant life and a huge variety of animals. The forest is huge, covering 40% of South America, Including 60% of Brazil, 13% of Peru, 10% of Colombia, and various parts of other countries, including Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. It is a little over half the size of the United States. This gorgeous example of natural beauty is called the Amazon Rain Forest. The resources of the Amazon Rain Forest should be developed, but they should be developed sustainably. The Amazon Rain Forest should be developed because it is full of resources, as well as many medicinal plants. It could really boost the economy of South America, mainly Brazil, if used well. There are many reasons why the Amazon Rain Forest should be developed. The first reason why the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They can become, not struggling nations, but growing nations, with a good economy, that can finally enter the world stage. A different reason why the Amazon should be developed is, Many organizations have shown that medicinal plants, fruits, nuts, oil, and other resources like rubber, chocolate, and chicle can be grown and gathered in a sustainable way. (Sustainable Development of the Amazon Rain Forest, 1) This proves that we can use the Amazon without destroying it. We can use the useful plants in the Amazon, but preserve its natural beauty. Another reason why we should use the resources of the Amazon is, Ecotourism can help local people by offering jobs as wildlife guides, park rangers, and service workers in hotels, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Corporate Finance Ch 1 Solutions Solutions to Chapter 1 The Firm and the Financial Manager 1. real executive airplanes brand names financial stock investment capital budgeting financing 2. A firm might cut its labor force dramatically which could reduce immediate expenses and increase profits in the short term. Over the long term, however, the firm might not be able to serve its customers properly or it might alienate its remaining workers; if so, future profits will decrease, and the stock price will decrease in anticipation of these problems. Similarly, a firm can boost profits over the short term by using less costly materials even if this reduces the quality of the product. Once customers catch on, sales will decrease and profits ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A personal IOU financial c. A trademark real d. A truck real e. Undeveloped land real f. The balance in the firm s checking account financial g. An experienced and hardworking sales force real h. A bank loan agreement financial 10. Capital budgeting decisions Should a new computer be purchased? Should the firm develop a new drug? Should the firm shut down an unprofitable factory? Financing decisions Should the firm borrow money from a bank or sell bonds? Should the firm issue preferred stock or common stock? Should the firm buy or lease a new machine that it is committed to acquiring? 11. The stock price reflects the value of both current and future dividends the shareholders will receive. In contrast, profits reflect performance in the current year only. Profit maximizers may try to improve this year s profits at the expense of future profits. But stock price maximizers will take account of the entire stream of cash flows that the firm can generate. They are more apt to be forward looking. 12. a. This action might appear, superficially, to be a grant to former employees and thus not consistent with value maximization. However, such benevolent actions might enhance the firm s reputation as a good place to work, might result in greater loyalty on the part of current employees, and might contribute to the firm s recruiting efforts. Therefore, from a broader perspective, the action may ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Oklahoma Heart Disease Heart disease is known widely all over the world. It is the number one cause of death in the United States, especially in the state of Oklahoma. Even though America is counted as one of the most developed countries in the world, it is still facing an issue of finding a cure for these deadly diseases. However there can be solutions that can be implemented and used. Including raising taxes on unhealthy food and building sidewalks and tracks. In Oklahoma, the top causes of death are heart diseases and strokes (Heart Disease and Strokes). It is Oklahoma s leading killer for both men and women, resulting in more than 9,000 deaths in 2012 (Understanding Heart Disease). Some of these heart diseases are Coronary Artery Disease, which is narrowing ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Exercising helps eliminate all the extra fat and waste that surrounds the heart. Also quitting smoking avails the whole body, especially the heart. Smoking cigarettes causes about 1 in every 5 deaths in the United States each year. (National Institutes of Health). Tobacco has many chemicals that harm the organs in the body. It also damages the blood vessels, which increases the risk of atherosclerosis (Smoking Cardiovascular Disease (Heart Disease)). The carbon dioxide that is coming from the cigarette binds to the hemoglobin, a substance that is found in red blood cells, preventing the blood from carrying a full load of oxygen that is needed to sustain the body. Making it harder to breath and stressing the heart. Smoking also damages the heart vessels, which affects how well the blood flows around the body making the heart work more. For some people, such as women who use birth control pills and people who have diabetes, smoking poses an even greater risk to the heart and blood vessels. Cigarettes have nicotine in them which produce adrenaline, therefore causing the heart to work harder and gaining a high blood pressure and rate ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Romeo And Juliet Sampson Monologue SAMPSON Gregory, you cannot let them make fun of us like that, it is not on I want tolerate it nor will you and I know that for a fact. GREGORY (Making fun of Sampson) True that will make us look like fools. SAMPSON Gregory what I meant was if they make us infuriate I am going to have to pull out my sword and want to fight them and when I do so you are going to want to join in. GREGORY Maybe you should learn self control and maybe while you are at it take a couple of breaths and calm down so you want get infuriate and you and you want have to pull out your sword in other words learn self control and then you will prevent the rest from happening. SAMPSON You know I do not know how to learn self control and you should know by now I hit hard ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... GREGORY Angry enough to run away scaredy cat. You won t stand and fight pussy. SAMPSON A Montague Dog from that house will make me angry enough to take a stand for you and me. If I pass one of them on the street, I ll take to the grass side of the street of the highway and make them have to walk on the road. GREGORY Have you ever in your life heard treat people the way you want to be treated. SAMPSON The Montague Family are like girls and like nearly everyone says girls are weak so I am going to treat them like girls. GREGORY The fights are between our bosses and we are men who work for them. SAMSON I believe it is all the same, I ll show them what I am made of by being a stricked boss after I have frightened the men then I will be nice to the women and then trick them and I will murder the women! GREGORY The fights are between our bosses and we are men or work for them. SAMPSON It s all the same. I ll be a strict man to them. After I fight the men, I ll be nice to the women and show them the good side of me then out of know where I will trick them and kill them! GREGORY Kill them are you in saying!! What do you think our boss will ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...