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Google Fraud Essay
Executive Summary / Introduction
Google Inc (Google) is the world leader in internet searches. By 2007 63% of internet searches were through Google, surpassing other search engines such as
Yahoo and Microsoft MSN. Goggle has also developed web based tools such maps, toolbars, G Mail and acquired the popular you Tube. After dominating the
web search industry since its search engine was introduction in 1998, however, Google has attracted many competitors who try to provide millions of users
worldwide with similar services. Many believe that there is room for competition and as a result, Yahoo!, Amazon.com and Microsoft MSN are fostering
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A business whose ad receives thousands of clicks from sources that have no intention of making a purchase may run through its marketing budget quickly and
have to drop out of the ad game altogether. Businesses have tried to use click fraud to drive up the cost of competitors ads and put them at a competitive
disadvantage. Google credits customers for invalid clicks. It also has a system in place to detect click fraud before customers are charged. Google was the
object of class actions suits, where they had to settle out of court for failing to do anything concrete about click fraud. Yahoo was also subject of class actions
for the same reason.
Google s declared code of conduct is Don t be evil , a phrase which they went so far as to include in their prospectus for their 2004 IPO, noting, We believe
strongly that in the long term, we will be better served as shareholders and in all other ways by a company that does good things for the world even if we forgo
some short term gains.
At its peak in early 2004, Google handled upwards of 84.7% of all search requests on the World Wide Web through its website and through its partnerships
with other Internet clients like Yahoo!, AOL, and CNN. In February 2004, Yahoo! dropped its partnership with Google, providing an independent search
engine of its own. This cost Google some market share, yet Yahoo! s move highlighted Google s own distinctiveness, and today the verb to
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Managed Care Case Study
DISCUSS THE SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS THE MANAGED CARE HAS MADE ON TODAY S HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY IN THE UNITED
STATES
Health care management is the profession that provides direction to organization that delivers personal health services and leadership. It refers to a system of
managing the health needs of health care seekers taking into consideration, the cost of accessing health as well as the wide range of factors that can generate
improvement in the scope of health care. Health care management is based on the fact that health care is imperative yet expensive.
The cost of health care is one aspect of managed care as it plays a significant role in the health care delivery system. It is one major factor considered in the
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Generally a fixed premium per enrollee which includes all health care services is provided for in a contract after a negotiated premium between the employers
and MCO. As an employee, my company has such an arrangement with a managed Care Organization to finance my dependents health care and myself. This
has helped to curb the incidents of staying away from work as a result of not having available funds to seek medical attention. It makes it easy and less
stressful knowing that my health needs are being taken care of at a time where I may not have enough time when I face health
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Modern Potentials And Applications Of Ferrofluids
Ferrofluids are nanoscopic shards of magnetic particles suspended in organic fluids or water. What are the modern potentials and applications of ferrofluids?
Ferrofluids have current applications in a variety of fields and continue to have potentials for further advancements in others. With research of the first
ferrofluid in 1963 by Steven Papell with N.A.S.A., ferrofluids have been used to provide advancements in the field of technology. In modern times, ferrofluids
are used in speakers for their relationship with magnetism and heat; as well ferrofluids are used in computer hard drives for their unique magnetic fluidic
properties. Additionally, ferrofluids have potentials in the field of bio medical engineering, including: advancements ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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Within the bio medical industry, ferrofluids could improve M.R.I. image rendering and assist in the treatment of cancer patients. M.R.I s use the intermediate
magnetic relaxation periods of organs, which is the amount of time it takes a tissue to react and equalize to a magnetic force, to construct an image. These
periods vary only slightly, thus creating dim and low resolution images; but if one was to saturate an organ with an easily manipulated magnetic fluid, such as
a ferrofluid, one could see with great contrast the difference between native and foreign tissues. This usage would allow examiners to better identify tumors or
unhealthy organs. In like ideas, the localizability of a portion of ferrofluid by a magnetic field, associated with the fact that any liquid may be turned into a
magnetic fluid, (Scherer Figueiredo Neto 725) can be used to manipulate medication in a way to reduce side effects and increase the effectivity of the
treatments. Researchers believe this may be a way to reduce the enervating effects of chemotherapy, thus improving the overall treatment. Ferrofluids would
present in the medication, and doctors could use magnetic influences to manipulate the location and longevity of the medication; along with this manipulation,
doctors could lower the dosage because they no longer have to take in to consideration the dispersal of the medication throughout the body, simply the
centralized
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Conductivity In Ivy Creek
Conductivity is the measure of how well water can conduct an electrical current (Shahady, 2010). At each creek cite the conductivity varied, at Claytor Big
Otter was record to be at 57.5 µs/cm, making it the lowest record for the whole study. Peaksview Ivy Creek was record at 108 µs/cm and Target Rock Castle
Creek at 285 µs/cm, the highest recorded. The term pH is used to indicate how alkaline or acidic water is determined on a scale from 1.0 to 14.0 (Shahady,
2010). The pH at each different creek seemed to be around the number. At Claytor Big Otter it was record to be 7.0 and at Target Rock Castle Creek was 7.65,
this means that the water is alkaline, meaning there are more hydroxide ions than hydrogen ions. Claytor Big Otter
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Semiotic Deconstruction Analysis Of Calvin Klein Jeans
Calvin Klein is an American multinational fashion company founded in 1968. Since their inception, they have always been known as a top end designer brand,
branching out to related clothing markets. Calvin Klein is notorious with creating brands within their chosen product. For example Calvin Klein Jeans and
Calvin Klein Underwear s are brands in themselves. However they have also branched out into other related markets providing products such fragrances,
sportswear, watches and jewellery. Calvin Klein unlike contemporary top end brand designer have been very controversial in their past effort to market their
brand. For example in 2010, Calvin Klein released an advert in an effort to bring attention to Calvin Klein Jeans, however it was viewed ... Show more content
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However prior to this it is important to discuss the fact that we are now living in an era of an attention economy. In today s age, consumers are overwhelmed
by the paradox of choice so many choices to make, and no easy way to distinguish among the offerings (Davenport, Harris 2009). Furthermore, since
consumers are bombarded with advert offering its important to avail of whatever attention a brand gets. Thus an attention economy is an approach of
management that treat human attention as scare resources and applies an economic theory to make use of that attention; hence the ability of the brand to
channel attention creates great value. A semiotic description is consequently a vital means by which we might begin to understand how an image captivates our
imaginations. The founder of modern linguistics, Ferdinand de Saussure, argued that at one point in time language would be part of a comprehensive science
of signs, which would study the production of meaning (Culler, 2001). In other words, the appeal of images comes through the stories or meanings that are
being depicted, which eventually leads to an emotion or experience being felt by people in an attention economy. To greater understand a semiotic analysis I
will now provide an in depth look into my Calvin Klein watch advert. To display the theory behind my advert I will be exploring the use of denotations,
connotations found in my advert. As well as describing various rhetorical styles
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Kamil Running Record Analysis
Running Record/Retelling Assessment
The examiner conducted a set of running records in order to assess Kamil s reading performance and identify his instructional reading level. Instructional
reading level Kamil was asked to read a story from Reading A Z Benchmark titled A Night in the Trees . The results of the assessment are summarized in the
following table:
Level Word Count Accuracy Time Rate Self correction Retelling Score
T (F P P) 177 97% 1:28 121
(NPR 50) 1:5 15
Kamil read the story with 97% accuracy, which is independent reading level. His reading rate was 121 words per minute, which is just below 50th percentile
according to national norms (Hasbrouck Tindall, 2006). The results of this running record assessment were lower than ... Show more content on
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His reading rate was slower on this text than the previous passages; Kamil was able to read 79 words per minute. When compare this results to national samp
le, Kamil s reading rate was between 10th and 25th percentile. Kamil had difficulty reading the words. He sounded out several words, omitted and replaced
others. Kamil also uttered short vowels in the words scrapes and bruises. It is the opinion of the examiner that Kamil used mostly visual cues when decoding
an unknown word. His self correction rate was 1:8, which indicates that Kamil did not self monitor himself effectively. When asked to retell the story, Kamil
was able to identify half of the major events. He recognized flashback and without prompting told the examiner how he calculated Rosalind s age. He also
stated a problem and resolution, however omitted some important setting and character elements. According to A Z criteria, Kamil scored 11 points for
retelling/comprehension, which fell into developing level. After examining carefully the running record and retelling forms, it is the opinion of the examiner
that this text seemed to be difficult to read and this level might frustrate Kamil in future. Therefore, the examiner decided that Kamil s instructional level is U
(F P Level
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Kate Chopin s Desiree s Baby
The Formalistic Approach to Desiree s Baby
Kate Chopin s narrative of Desiree s Daughter created a sense of ambiguity among the reader until the last few sentences
of the story. However, the Formalistic Approach to Literature helps one to review the texts and notice countless relationships
between the detailed components and conclusion of the story. These elements draw clues and foreshadow the events that
happen throughout the duration and climax of the narrative. Close reading will help one to depict the devices used to help
carry the audience through the plot and suggest the resolution. Some of the most prominent devices used by Chopin are word
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That sudden change from the repetition of soft subtle
colors to a term that in its context has a more bold sound triggers the listener s ears. That phrase stands out and resounds in
the reader s subconscious throughout the entire plot. When Madame Valmonde reached L Abri, she shuddred at the sight of
the child as she always did. Foreshadow that the child had the most significance in the story was evident through this as well
as the title. Furthermore, not only was Madame Valmonde puzzled by the sight of the child, so was nurse Zandrine as she
turned her face to gaze across the fields to avoid the responsive look toward her on Madame Valmonde s face after she
scanned the baby. The story emphasizes the fright, sadness, and bafflement among the women concerning the child. Madame
Valmonde insists that this is not the baby and after Desiree s explanation admits that it indeed has changed. Regardless,
Desiree is so overjoyed with the happiness of her husband and how he s changed positively because of his new son that she
for some dissonant reason feels fearful just as well. Within a few paragraphs, Chopin expressed tension and awe that hinted
toward how the baby would serve in the story.
One of allusions in Desiree s Baby was the idea of abandonment. Not only
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Honor Society Application
I made my decision to attend Bishop State Community College after high school because it was important to my parents and myself to have a great transition
from high school to college at a gradual pace; with the goal of eventually transferring to an university. I was extremely focus on finding a career that match my
passion in the areas of sciences and the years I would like to spend on my education. I never gave a thought about looking into honor societies at my college.
In fact, I did not think I had the qualification to be invited to join any honor society; for Instant, I assume I had to have a large resume of volunteering and had
the assumption that my grade point average had to be higher than a 3.5 grade point average.I also mistakenly ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
They help to expose different varieties of career choices that I never thought about before joining the program. We also had available though Phi Theta Kappa
s website, informational college tools for students to help decide what type of school to transfer that will fit our two year pre requirement track and our
declared degree. My best experience with my honor society is that I finally was able to narrow my list and decided from my love of physics and anatomy, that I
should declare radiology as my major upon transferring. My most memorable experience that will forever stay with me, was the day my chapter advisor
invited me to Phi Theta Kappa International convention in 2012 in Nashville,Tennessee. Members who attended the four day long Honors Institute and
Leadership Conference were treated to educational forums, presentations on a variety of topics, and special guest. We were welcomed by the international
officers and Phi Theta Kappa Executive Director. From that moment on, I knew the event would change my life. It felt empowering to be surrounded with
students from more than 1,200 chapter members from each state in the United States, U.S. Territories, British Virgin Islands, Marshall Island, Canada,
Germany, Federal States of Micronesia, United Arab Emirates, Republic of Palau, and Peru. It was the empowerment of knowing I have endless choices of
Universities and colleges after my completion of community college and to know that their are other student like myself who also decided to take the route of
community college; not because they did not do well in high school or previous colleges, but their choice of community college was for the purpose of the
reasonable cost of tuition, and having a moderate pace of learning new objective and lesson during class, while also preparing student for academic transition
into a four year
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Salinger s The Catcher Of The Rye
The Underlying Literary Movements in The Catcher in the Rye Everybody has their problems. Everyone has their downsides, their pitfalls, their quirks.
Holden Caulfield, the protagonist of the novel The Catcher in the Rye (written by J.D. Salinger), is definitely worse than most people. The book is a flashback
in which Holden reflects upon is flunking out of four private high schools. If this wasn t enough, after his most recent expulsion from Pencey Prep, you d
expect a person to try and improve his life; Holden is the exception to this generalization. The entire book focuses on his downward spiral towards depression
as he reconciles with his past. Throughout the story, we see Holden adopt a variety of personas as he contemplates the past, exhibiting ideals that reflect
moments in American literature. Thus, we see him grow as a person and review ideals as Holden tries to gain a sense of who he is and what the next steps he
needs to take to forward his life. A prime example of Holden s emulation of literary ideals comes when the reader is given the ultimatum of whether Holden is
truly a psychotic person or if there is deeper meaning towards his slow slip into psychosis. The moment goes in depth on the postmodernism theme when
Holden describes to his sister his beliefs towards the poem Comin Thro the Rye. Through his eyes, he imagines a field of rye; thousands of kids playing in
acres upon acres of rye and no supervision. Now take that field and add a cliff severing the
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In May 2006 British investigatory reporter Andrew...
In May 2006 British investigatory reporter Andrew Jennings book Foul! The Secret World of FIFA: Bribes, Vote Rigging and Ticket Scandals (Harper Collins)
caused contestation within the football world by detailing an alleged international cash for contracts scandal following the collapse of FIFA s marketing partner
ISL, and disclosed how some football officials have been encouraged to secretly repay the sweeteners they received. The book also alleged that vote rigging
had occurred in the fight for SeppBlatter s continued control of FIFA.
After the release of Foul! BBC television exposé by Jennings and BBC producer Roger Corke for the BBC news program Panorama was broadcast. In this
hour long program, screened on 11 June 2006, Jennings and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
He claimed they appeared on a list of 175 bribes paid by ISL, totaling about $100 million. A former ISL executive said that there were intuitions within ISL
that the company was only awarded the marketing contract for successive World Cups by paying bribes to FIFA officials. The program also alleged that
another current official, Jack Warner, has been involved in reselling World Cup tickets to brags; SeppBlatter said that FIFA had not investigated the allegation
because it had not been told about it via official channels .
The Programcriticized FIFA for allegedly requiring World Cup host bidding nations to agree to implement special rules for the World Cup, including blanket
tax freedom for FIFA and sponsors, and limitation of workers rights. It supposed that governments of conjuring nations are required to keep the details of the
required laws confidential during the bidding process; but that they were revealed by the Dutch government, which refused to agree to them, as a result of
which it was told by FIFA that its bid could be adversely affected. According to the program, following Jennings earlier investigations .Jennings was banned
from all FIFA press conferences,
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Radiologic Technologist Ethical Dilemmas
Ethical Dilemma An example of an ethical dilemma for a radiographer is presented in this essay. In addition, the explanation of why the situation presents a
dilemma and what is the expected ethical behavior are also provided. Finally, the essay also contains the description of both unfavorable and positive outcomes
that are possible in this ethical situation. Example of an Ethical Dilemma During a routine radiology procedure a radiologic technologist finds it very clear that
the patient has a rare form of bone disease. However, the doctor after casually glancing at the image comes to a conclusion that there is nothing wrong with the
patient, and the pain that the patient is complaining about is just a common pain, that will go away without any medication or procedure. What can the
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Who is to choose in this situation? The problem of conflicting professional duties is also present in this case. On one side, the doctor is a professional
colleague within the same hospital, and also the expert in understanding the radiographic image and diagnosing the problem. A radiologic technologist should
not cross the professional boundary by questioning the doctor about his/her diagnosis. On the other hand, it is the right of the patient to know the real problem,
and get the medical care that he/she deserves. Especially in case of radiologic procedures, the patient has no way of determining whether the procedures have
been performed properly or not. The consequence of the misdiagnosis by a doctor can even be life threatening for the patient, if the appropriate medical care is
not provided at the correct time. Expected Ethical
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The House On A Rainy Day And Lucy
Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy Pevensie are four siblings sent to live in the country with the eccentric Professor Kirke during World War II. The children
explore the house on a rainy day and Lucy, the youngest, finds an enormous wardrobe. Lucy steps inside and finds herself in a strange, snowy wood. Lucy
encounters the Faun Tumnus, who is surprised to meet a human girl. Tumnus tells Lucy that she has entered Narnia, a different world. Tumnus invites Lucy to
tea, and she accepts. Lucy and Tumnus have a wonderful tea, but the faun bursts into tears and confesses that he is a servant of the evil White Witch. The
Witch has enchanted Narnia so that it is always winter and never Christmas. Tumnus explains that he has been enlisted to capture human beings. Lucy
implores Tumnus to release her, and he agrees.
Lucy exits Narnia and eagerly tells her siblings about her adventure in the wardrobe. They do not believe her, however. Lucy s siblings insist that Lucy was
only gone for seconds and not for hours as she claims. When the Pevensie children look in the back of the wardrobe they see that it is an ordinary piece of
furniture. Edmund teases Lucy mercilessly about her imaginary country until one day when he sees her vanishing into the wardrobe. Edmund follows Lucy
and finds himself in Narnia as well. He does not see Lucy, and instead meets the White Witch that Tumnus told Lucy about. The Witch Witch introduces
herself to Edmund as the Queen of Narnia. The Witch feeds Edmund
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Case Study Of Cyanide
A BRIEF STUDY ABOUT THE MATERIALIZATION AND TOXICOLOGICAL PROFILE OF CYANIDE
I. Overview
Problem Statement
The purpose of the research is to determine chemical and physical properties of cyanide, to know its applications, and its primary effects to the human body.
Introduction
The incident about the death of a customer and the owner himself who consumed milk teas from a stall called ErgoCha has circulated the news and has spread
all over the country. According to some articles, the customers said that the milk tea from the said stall along Bustillos Street in Sampaloc, Manila tasted
different. Consequently, the owner also tasted the product to prove that the product is no different to what they have been serving. To their surprise, both ...
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It can be used in many applications such as making paper and extracting gold. However, it can be also be fatal to the human body. Concretely, cyanide
poisoning can bring abnormalities like seizures up to cardiac arrests. The chemical compound is generally reactive, and can kill people in minutes. In this
research, the properties and effects will be discussed through definition and previous applications involving the topic.
II. Presentation of Research
Definition
Cyanide is relatively every chemical compound that has monovalent combining cyano group. CN group is made out of a carbon atom triple bonded to a
nitrogen atom. This chemical compound is monovalent since it is able to form only one covalent bond.
A cyanide molecule also has a strong tendency to bind with other atoms or compounds, yielding a variety of different products. The type of atom or compound
to which the cyanide molecule bonds determines the properties and toxicity of the resulting product.
There are two kinds of cyanide: organic and inorganic. Organic cyanides are typically called nitriles. Here, the CN group is linked by a covalent bond to a
carbon containing group. Inorganic cyanide on the other hand is a negatively charged polyatomic ion. These kinds of cyanide are considered as the salts of
hydrocyanic acid which are highly toxic.
Manifestations and
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The Music Industry Has Become A Like Money Making Wizard
The music industry has grown tremendously in the recent years. Long are the days when either our parents used songs and dance to pass down the ways of
tradition to the youth or music being a hobby or pass time. In this age and era, music has proven to be more than just hobby or a vessel to ferry tradition down
the lineage but a suitable career choice for talented youths. It has also helped shape the future of many youths e.g. RnB heavyweight Akon whose life history is
an example that sheds light to the saying from grass to grace . The music industry has now become a like money making wizard where people just go and
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a) 100 b) More than 100 3. Has music affected the economic behavior of youths? a) Yes b) No 4. Has music created job opportunities for youths? a) No b) Yes
5. Music has been a course of study in the university and colleges a) True b) False 6. Music has affected the working behavior of youths a) True b) False 7. Has
music led to the diversity in careers? a) Yes b) No 8. Music developed the G.D.I of the economy to change and upgrade the livelihoods of the youths a) True b)
False 9. Music has brought together people from different ethnic and social backgrounds a) True b) False 10. Music has led to brain drain a) True b) False 11.
Youth musicians have emulated successful musicians a) True b) false INTERVIEW 2 1. How has music affected the economic behavior to an extend that the
youths are living a comfortable life?
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2. Which are some of the job opportunities that music has created?
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3. How has music led to drastic changes in working behaviors and the way youths relate to their employers (record labels)?
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Oppression and Spiritual Deterioration in William Blake s...
Oppression and Spiritual Deterioration in William Blake s Poem London
London
I wander thro each charter d street, 1
Near where the charter d Thames does flow, 2
And mark in every face I meet, 3
Marks of weakness, marks of woe. 4
In every cry of every Man, 5
In every Infant s cry of fear, 6
In every voice, in every ban, 7
The mind forg d manacles I hear: 8
How the Chimney sweeper s cry 9
Every blackning Church appalls, 10
And the hapless Soldier s sigh, 11
Runs the blood down Palace walls. 12
But most thro midnight streets I hear 13
How the youthful Harlot s curse 14
Blasts the new born Infant s tear, 15
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The groups (Church, Palace, Husbands) are chastised by Blake for their contractual interest in others, but lack of responsible concern.
In lines three and four, the author begins to point out the visual evidences of society s spiritual malaise. Blake uses the word mark several times to show the
reader the problems he sees have outward signs marks of weakness, marks of woe. In stanza two, Blake leaves the visible evidence for the audible evidence,
and we begin to hear the groans of a fallen world. Man and infant cry one in experience, one in innocence yet, both in a fallen world, both raising a pained
voice. From line three on, the poem is filled with mournful, weary, destructive sounds the pounding out of the mind forg d manacles ; the sad weep! weep! of
the chimney sweeper (Blake 33); the dying soldier s sigh; the harlot s explosive, withering curse. All of these sounds contribute to the picture of society reeling
in the deadly stages of metastasizing cancer.
Repetition is at its most concentrated use in stanza two where the word every is used five times (seven times overall in the poem). Blake certainly wants the
reader to know that the signs of oppression and slavery are everywhere and on every face no one is exempt.
In line seven, Blake again skillfully uses a word with multiple meanings. Ban can be a curse, condemnation, marriage proclamation, or young French soldier.
As a
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Caesarean Scar Defect Essay
Sonographic evaluation of caesarean scar defects in speculation of obstetric and gynaecologic sequelae
In the recent decade, there was a significant increase in the rate of caesarean section delivery, either because of closer fetal monitoring during labour or
because of availing the technology to anticipate antepartum and intrapartum complications. The most common cause of elective caesarean section is a previous
caesarean section (CS). As the number of women with the caesarean section is on the increase, the implications of caesarean section scar defects (CSD) are
looked into as cause for various clinical symptoms both in obstetrics and gynaecology. Many studies were conducted on the sonographic evaluation of scar
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The studies were conducted both on pregnant and nonpregnant women. The scar defects were evaluated based on shape, size, and thickness of residual
myometrium. In an unscarred, the lower uterine segment (LUS) is viewed as three layered structure. The inner layer includes chorioamniotic membrane and
endometrial layer. Middle layer includes myometrium, and outer layer includes peritoneal reflection and bladder wall (Cheung 2004). As the pregnancy
progress, the LUS develops and the layers changes in sonographic resolution. Myometrium becomes thinner gradually and less distinguished later on in the
pregnancy. Whereas in as scarred uterus different layers are not well demarcated, the LUS is comparatively thin. It is considered as scar defect if there is a
window or defect in the myometrium. The CS scar was measured in two planes, transverse and sagittal. In the sagittal plane, scar depth, width and residual
myometrial thickness (RMT, between hypoechoic indentation at the bottom of the scar to the hyperechoic line of the uterovesical fold) measured and the
length of the scar measured in the transverse plane (Naji 2012).
Gotoh H et al. (2000) have assessed the changes in LUS thickness from 19weeks to 39 weeks in women with previous caesarean delivery (caesarean group)
and compared with the LUS thickness in nulliparous and multiparous women (control group). Serial measurements of the thickness of LUS showed a steady
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The Pros And Cons Of Political Parties
In a letter to Jonathan Jackson in October, 1789, John Adams wrote, There is nothing which I dread so much as a division of the republic into two great parties,
each arranged under its leader, and concerting measures in opposition to each other. This, in my humble apprehension, is to be dreaded as the greatest political
evil under our Constitution , yet in modern day society, this is exactly the way the government is set up. Political parties, or, similar politically minded people
who work as a group to influence public policy by getting candidates elected to office, are in control of the current government. In the United states political
parties compete each other to gain more political power and for the ability to put their policies into effect. As a result of events in history leading up to today,
there are now two major political parties in the US. The United States is known to have a variety of political parties within it, but the Republican and
Democratic parties have shown through the strongest, disagreeing with each other on most political and social issues, but being able to find some agreement on
others. There are minor parties, but none so far have been able to gain the support needed to win a national election. Political parties had beginnings outside of
the US, when they were first thought of in Greece. During the late 1600 ancient Greeks had a senate with two groups that represented people with different
interests, called the Plebeians and the Patricians. The
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Conservation Of Whale Carcass
While the Japanese government justifies these actions by claiming that the research they are performing is ultimately for better management and conservation
of cetaceans, these hunts are unnecessary. Instead of killing whales to perform these tests, there are non lethal research methods that could be used instead.
According to the Japanese Whale Research Program under Special Permit in the Antarctic, also known as JARPA II, the data that they collect includes the
monitoring of whales and krill abundance, the feeding ecology of whales, the effects of contaminants on cetaceans and their habitat, competition among whale
species, and elucidation of temporal and spatial changes in stock structure (2016). Although this research is important, all ... Show more content on
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The Faroese only perform the yearly hunt, or grindadrap, if all of their conditions are met. In a National Geographic article by Jane Lee in 2014, the grind only
happens if the animals are close to shore, and this has to occur on one of their 23 pre approved beaches. The weather and waves have to be calm enough and
there have to be enough participants. None of the species that the Faroese target are endangered and they try to cut through the neck and break the spinal cord
so that death occurs quickly. While tribes such as the Faroese adhere to these unspoken rules on ethics, there are Japanese groups that do not adhere to these
ethics and want to take advantage of the subsistence whaling plan. The Japanese largely do not perform the hunts on a small, aboriginal scale anymore, but
have industrialized the whole process and simply wish to be granted higher quotes to hunt more whales. This brings into focus the ethics of the hunts. In an
essay by Paul Watson, cetaceans are extremely intelligent creatures that share much more similarities with humans than previously thought (2014). Whales
have highly developed brains, are able to show a variety of behaviors that can be associated with certain emotions, can discriminate humans from prey or other
sea creatures, and exist in highly developed social circles. They share more similarities with humans than previously thought and deserved to be treated with
this regard in mind. While some aboriginal hunters
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The Legal Principles Of The Case Of Salomon V. Salmon And...
The legal principle on company law established by the case Salomon v Salomon Co Ltd is that a company upon incorporation is a body corporate which is
recognized by law to have a separate legal entity from its members and officers. The company and members are two separate bodies. This is known as the veil
of incorporation. Thus, the debts of the company cannot be recovered from its members. For example, the debts of the company cannot be recovered from its
member. Rather than the director or its member, a company is normally liable for any breach by itself. A company is an artificial legal person that exists
independently of the individuals who at any given time are the members of the corporate body. In the case of Salomon V Salomon Co Ltd, even though
Salomon managed the business solely by himself, yet in law Salomon and the company is separate body as the company has incorporated.
As a legal entity by itself, company can:
1. Enjoy perpetual existence and has its own legal personality.
2. Has its own legal personality.
3. Is separate from its members and officers and the change of its members and officers does not affect its legal personality.
4. Sue and be sued in its own name.
5. Deal with property itself.
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According to section 16(6) of the Companies Act 1965, upon incorporation, the persons whose names appear in the company s register of members from time
to time shall be the members of the company and together they shall be a body corporate. Under section 16(5) of the Companies Act 1965, the body corporate
enjoys separate legal entity with an existence that does not depend on the identity of its members and members of the company shall be liable to contribute to
the assets of the company in the event of being wound up. However, the liability of the members will depend on whether the company is a limited company or
an unlimited
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How and Why Did American Popular Culture Influence...
The 1950s and 1960s were times of unprecedented change, and Australian society was influenced greatly by American popular culture, through various
mediums, such as: music, film, television and fashion. This especially affected teenagers. It will be explained how Australian society was impacted by
American popular culture, and also why American popular culture had such an affect. Australian developed its own responses to these influences, and the
extent of this will also be explored. The 1950s meant the emergence of the teenager; it also brought peace and prosperity to many. And during the fifties there
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During the tour parents and police were ignored, and Australian teenagers were lapping it up, the overseas excitement was finally there for then to fully be a
part of. But the psychedelic styles of the sixties were so strong and unsympathetic to other styles that it was inevitable that Psychedelia departed as quickly as
it arrived. The fifties and sixties were completely different in so many ways; the times had changed a lot in the transition of decades. The types of music, for
one, were in great contrast. By the sixties the rock n roll and pelvic thrusting of the fifties had transformed into the pop, rock and folk music of the likes of the
Beatles, the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan. Teenagers changed a lot over the two decades a lot, too. The tight pant, leather jacket bodgies, with their greased
hair, and the widgies, with their rope petticoats and flared dresses, were replaced by the teenagers of the Psychedelic era. These teenagers preferred the swirled
shapes and bright colours, with their newly found mini skirts, and for the guys it was paisley shirts. Although the two decades were different in themselves,
there is still a parallel running between the two. Both were times of change, with popular culture culminated for the newly recognised youth, each decade had
their own brand of pop music, and their own brand of teenagers. However, the teenagers of the sixties, despite the overuse of
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Explain Why It Is Important To Take A Child s Temperature
Taking Your Child s Temperature
Knowing how to take your child s temperature is important so you can identify fevers and treat illnesses properly. A normal temperature range is between 96°F
(35.8°C) and 99°F (37.3°C). To find out what temperature is normal for your child, take your child s temperature when he or she is well.
Whenever you take your child s temperature, write it down. Record the time, date, and any symptoms your child has.
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF THERMOMETERS?
There are several different types of thermometers. No matter which type you use, you should always use a thermometer that provides a digital reading. Types
of thermometers recommended for safe use include:
Digital multi use thermometer. This type can read the temperature of the body in the mouth (orally), in the rectum (rectally), or under the arm (axillary). ...
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This type is designed to be placed against the side of the forehead. It picks up the heat from the temporal artery, which runs across the forehead.
Tympanic thermometer. This type is designed to be inserted gently into the ear canal. It records the heat from a child s eardrum.
There are a few types of thermometer that are not recommended for use because they may not be safe or they may not provide an accurate reading. Types of
thermometers not recommended for use include:
Glass mercury thermometers. Mercury is dangerous to your child s health and to the environment. The glass in this type of thermometer can break, which
could result in injury.
Temperature strips. These disposable strips have chemically treated dots that register temperature.
Pacifier thermometer. This type is shaped like a pacifier and is used to measure a child s temperature orally.
IS THERE A PREFERRED METHOD FOR TAKING MY CHILD S
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Professionalism In Corrections
The increase of professionalism in corrections facilities and among correction officers is critical and not everyone is cut out to perform such tasks.
Furthermore, historical flaws among correction institutes and adapting to new ways in rehabilitating offenders have transitioned into a more professional
process than earlier correction institutes. One early reformer, Richard A. McGee, changed the nature of corrections in California by upgrading the physical
plants and staffing patterns, by institutional research, and by developing alternatives to imprisonment , (Siegel Bartollas, 2014, p. 345). Furthermore, the small
transition that McGee implemented was a new movement in taking correction facilities to a new direction and creating a more professional environment
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The American Correctional Code of Ethics has seventeen codes that reflect how a correctional officer must adhere to in regards to ethics and integrity (Siegel
Bartollas, 2014). Therefore, integrity and ethics are simply doing the right thing regardless of the situation that has developed. All of these elements concoct a
professional workplace among corrections as well as any law enforcement capacity and are the driving force for advancing to an even more professional
workplace. Professionalism among correction facilities and staff members goes beyond the scope of rules and guidelines on paper, as each staff member must
treat an inmate with dignity and respect as well as their colleagues (Siegel Bartollas, 2014). In my opinion, the key to ascertaining professionalism begins with
each employee wanting to make a difference in someone s life and understanding the difference between professional and
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Descriptive Essay About Bo Jackson
There are many athletes in this world that prove themselves as if they are not like any other you will see in the current generation. There are ones that jump as
far as a kangaroo and be as strong as a crocodile s jaws snap; but there is only one of these proven athletes that has all of these assets down and can do them
better. Bo Jackson was one of those individuals that you honestly questioned if he was human or if he was a gift from aliens who wanted to create a perfect
athlete. From hitting balls, to throwing and carrying them, anyone who watched Bo for more than 5 minutes had almost create an image in their head of how
perfectly he did everything. With all these combined Bo jackson showed how he was a modern hero with his born talents, his strength and fearlessness, and of
course his talent in gaining followers to watch him perform his magic. From the transitions of baseball to football and the high jumping to sprinting, even at a
young age many knew that Bo was not the average bird in the flock. His talent and expertise showed his strength in being a part of a noble birth and it was not
the hardest to spot. Even with the early disabilities of his childhood haunting him in his room day after day, the stuttering would finally stop with his strength
being available at the mite of his now present anger. During school kids would know of the beast of a child to not mess with because of the speed at which Bo
threw crab apples to others in fights and the myths or truths of him killing pigs with only the small rocks shown on the ground. Fake or true, almost every story
that was heard, told, explained that included Bo, almost always seemed to be real to everyone. Even with the public knowing he was great at an older age, with
the starting of his youth, every kid that had heard of him knew, he was not normal. As his age grew larger and larger, the way of fighting and supposedly being
violent had come to a stop with the opportunity of high schools sports coming up right around the corner. The general populous knew of his strength and skill
in outdoor activities but no one was aware of how spectacular he could or was going to be with high school sports. Before football season even started many of
the teachers and
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Classic Airlines Marketing Challenge
Classic Airline s marketing challenge.
To acquire a new customer is far more costly than to maintain an existing one. This is phenomenon every company is well conversant, be it in the service
industry or otherwise, this phenomenon is clearly evident to classic airlines which is facing challenges of increasing its service value in the context of a learner
consumer budget. Many jobs in the travel industry are being downsized as a result of e commerce. This has resulted to many players I the industry to use this
as an opportunity to leverage their proven techniques in improving their customer relationship management (CRM) systems, in order to introduce a planning
process which will increase customer loyalty.
To achieve this however companies must use all possible resources available at their disposal to maximize growth and profitability by putting their eye on
strategic marketing., this entails informed market forecast potential and future demand which can be achieved by establishing long term marketing objectives.
Classic airlines in this case are facing an organizational issue in respect to its external and internal programs which have not been able to satisfy the needs and
wants of stakeholders. This has resulted in the shift of customers to other airlines in the quest to satisfy their needs; as a result the company has recorded poor
sales and hence poor profits (milaly tokhi).
Lack of innovation and rising costs are the major reasons why the company is facing such
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Thibodaux Chamber Of Commerce Essay
Thibodaux Chamber of Commerce [Name of the writer]
[Name of the institution] Thibodaux Chamber of Commerce
Introduction For this situation, the discriminating part is in the execution of new framework is highlighted which is to connect the chamber of commerce
exercises to the smart phones application. The business profiles included for this situation are Leon Lassite, Vice President of Marketing, Jeff Hedge, Vice
President of Public Finance, Simon Kovecki, Systems Analyst and Greg Ginder, President of Unitrak Software Corporation.
The principle issue that emerged in the chamber of commerce was identified with issues confronted amid the usage process. The new smart phone application
framework couldn t be viably worked because of the absence of coordination and cooperation between the key elements of chamber of commerce . The non
strong part of an engineering supplier, Unitrak is additionally highlighted where the software merchant did not help in the execution process. To accomplish
adequacy of the key choices, it s critical for the business supervisors to minimize the data framework governmental issues.
Discussion
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The two key entities that were critical for the new software s success were not supportive to Lassiter s idea. Hedges and Kovecki considered the new system as
Lassiter s system rather than the organization s system. The key members and the staff were not consulted and their feedback was not given importance during
the entire process. As a result, it was not a team work but rather a single man s work which ultimately lost its track. The animosity and jealousy among the key
business managers resulted in information systems politics where no one was ready to work together as a team. They had their differences and individual
interests which of course led towards failure of new software implementation at Thibodaux chamber of commerce (Bhindi Duignan,
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Substance Use Disorders Are Chronic And Recurrent. Impulse...
1.6 Guiding principals 1.6.1 Longitudinal data analysis Substance use disorders are chronic and recurrent. Impulse control, which is a predisposition to and/or
a consequence of substance use disorders, is also a core behavioral domain underlying many HIV risk behaviors. Unlike some HIV risk behaviors such as
engaging in unprotected sex, substance use disorders are more proximally associated with brain biology. In order to study HIV risk behaviors among injection
drug users, we will use the data in a longitudinal manner rather than reducing the data to a cross section or single measure (e.g., lifetime dependence). The
reason is that a longitudinal data provides more valuable information about the long term trajectories of the HIV risk behaviors of injection drug users. This
information may yield a phenotype that reflects severity and intensity in a way that is more strongly related to the underlying biology of the trait. Using
longitudinal ALIVE injection data, we borrow the concept of pack years to create our phenotype, injection years, (Caporaso et al., 2009) and analyze the
composite HIV risk phenotypes of the trajectories of the participants. (Smith et al., 2015) The lives and relationships of injection drug users tend toward
instability; hence, there exists virtually no perfect attendance record for any single participant in this study. For this thesis, we accessed the ALIVE cohort, a
longitudinal community based study, and we use statistical approaches to impute the
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Advantages And Disadvantages Of Discharge Of A Contract
TASK 2 2.1 Introduction The main objective of entering into a contract is generally to see it through to completion. In a simplified example, in the case of a
construction contract between an employer and a contractor, the employer gets his project constructed and the contractor gets his payment. However, not every
contract will achieve its goal. It is not uncommon for a contractual relationship to terminate in the course of its performance, without achieving its objective. In
this task, we had a scenario which our training appraisal is due shortly. Furthermore, our supervisor had told us the he will be testing our knowledge on the
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If both parties have continuing obligations then generally the consideration will be simply each of them giving up their rights under the contract. The only time
consideration becomes an issue is where one party has fully performed their part of the contract when the other has not. The non performing party must then
provide consideration to make the agreement binding. Also if the agreement is made by deed there is no requirement to provide consideration. There is in
effect a contract to end a contract. According to Section 64 of the Contract Act 1950 (Act 136), which states that, Every promise may dispense with or without
remit, wholly or in part, the performance of the promise made to him, or may extend the time for such performance, or may accept instead of it any satisfaction
which he thinks fit . As an illustration of the situation, B promises to paint a picture for C. But then, C forbids B to do so afterwards. Thus B is no longer bound
to perform the promise. As it is the agreement of the parties which binds them, so by their further agreement or consnt the contract may be terminated. The rule
of law in this regard is as follows, Eodem modo quo quid constituitur, eodem modo destruitur which means things may be destroyed in the same manner in
which it is constituted. Types of discharge by agreement: 1. Novation 2. Rescission 3. Alteration 4.
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Fairytales are not what they seem. Essay
INTRO
Sex. Pure unadulterated sex. When we think of sex, it is not usually in the context of a fairytale. Fairytales are for children, virgin ears. Over the years,
fairytales have been cleaned up for young ears we have become accustomed to the bland Disney versions of tales. How many of us can recount a version
separate from the animated classics of our childhood? It is truly hard to believe that sometimes there are much more racy versions of these same tales.
Today, I d like to share one such variation of Little Red Riding Hood called In the Company of Wolves, written by Angela Carter. I will recount ancient
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She has been loved too much to know how to be scared.
It was the middle of winter, and the silence of the woods seemed to close down upon our heroine like a pair of jaws. Suddenly she heard a distant howl of a
wolf, and she sprang to the handle of a well concealed knife, but nobody was there. Suddenly, a clamor among the bushed produced a fully clothed and very
handsome young man holding a very large rifle. They walked along the worn path for some time together laughing like old friends. It was only a mere half
mile to go till the warmth and safety of her grandmother s house when the dashing young stranger proposed a bet. He insisted that with the help of a compass,
he would surely make it to the grandmother s house before she would on the path. A game was made of it, and if he won, he was to have a kiss. At the mention
of the kiss, Little Red lowered her eyes and blushed, commonplace of rustic seduction. Although it was getting dark, she wanted to dawdle on her way so that
the handsome gentleman would win his wager. She forgot to be afraid of the beasts.
TR*: It was this wager that was to signal the end of innocence for our young heroine.
The handsome young man arrived at grandmother s house first with a trace of blood on his chin. He knocked on the door with his hairy knuckles and
announced himself in high soprano as her granddaughter. After entering he removed his disguise, and granny could see his matted hair streaming down his
white shirt, lice moving within it.
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Smell versus Taste with Food
Taste and smell are something we use every day. From the moment we wake up,we are smelling things all around us. We taste food every single time it enters
our mouth. But, do we really know how each of them work?
Every time we put something in our mouths we are able to taste it. Taste is one of the five senses: touch, smell, hear, vision, and taste. Small structures,
papillae, found on the surface of the tongue, upper esophagus, and epiglottis are responsible for taste. We have over 10,000 taste buds or papillae. They were
first discovered by Georg Meissner(1829 1905) and Rudolf Wagner(1805 1864).The process of tasting is called gustation. Chemical substances in solutions
stimulate the cells and they send nerve impulses to the brain, we detect this as taste. The word taste is derived from a Latin word, taxare, meaning to feel , to
touch of to judge.
When an individual puts a substance in their mouth, five distinct tastes can be detected. These five distinct sensations or qualities are sweet, salty, sour, bitter,
and umami. When any of these tastes touch the tongue, the receptors send signals to the brain on what to interpret. Each taste has a different chemical reaction.
For example, when saliva breaks down sodium ions (Na+) or acids, your tongue detects it as salty or sour(Light,2009). The chemical break down for a sweet
taste is hard to specify because many chemical elements are involved.
Taste buds are located all around the tongue, the cheeks, and the
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Essay Summer and Smoke
Summer and Smoke
Mr. Thomas Williams (Tennessee,) was born in Columbus, Mississippi to Cornelius Coffin and Edwina Dankin Williams, March 26 1911. Thomas family
moves to Missouri in 1918, and between the years of 1929 and 1939 Tennessee attends three different universities. After having written his first Blanche
DuBois scene, from A Streetcar named Desire, in December of 1944, he took a few months break and wrote his first draft of Summer and Smoke. As a result,
the character Alma is seen having a parallel to Blanche. Also in the year 1937, Tennessee s sister Rose is institutionalized for schizophrenia. Typically patients
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Eventually, October 6, 1948, interestingly enough, the play opened before it was eventually published by New Directions on November 17, 1948. Also,
Summer and Smoke was re written and published in 1965 under the new title: The Eccentricities of a Nightingale, which was eventually, by Dramatic
Publishing s changed back to Summer and Smoke. Original scenic design was created by Jo Meizner, who had created a Skeletonized view of John s office,
and an equally Victorian view on the right, and, in between the town square, presided over by the statue of a kneeling Angel (Bordman.) Original stars of the
show included Todd Andrews, as John, and Katherine Balfour, as Alma. The production ran for only 100 performances, after being constantly compared to and
eventually replaced by A Streetcar named Desire. Part of the reason why critics believe this show was so unsuccessful is because Margo Jones went about this
blind eyed, and only had the guide of Tennessee when she went to visit him, they
blame the poor outcome of this show on its poor staging and directing.
The London premiere of Summer and smoke opened April of 1952, at Circle and Square Theater, starring Geraldine Paige and running for 356 performances,
clearly this production was much better received than the opening production in New York. Washington s Arena Stage and the Williamstown Theater Festival
also
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Jiu-Jitsu V. s Boxing
Did you know the UFC was not always the way it is now. It used to be a battle where it pitted one martial art versus another, wether it be Jiu Jitsu v.s Boxing or
Muay Thai v.s Judo and many other combinations. There were no rules, some thing were frowned upon like punches to the groin, hair pulling or even, fish
hooking. There were also no weight classes, unlike the modern UFC they pitted fighters like, Teila Tuli( 6 ft 1 in. 460 lbs) vs Gerard Gordeau( 6 ft 5 in. 216
lbs) this was because they thought weight did not matter because the most skilled person can take down a person of any size. Royce Gracie Co founder of the
UFC chooses younger brother ,Rorin Gracie, to represent his family because of his submission skills after submitting
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Canine Hip Dysplasia
This study was designed to determine the genetic correlations between canine hip dysplasia (CHD) and canine elbow dysplasia (CED) in German shepherds.
The study was extended to the genetic correlation of the dogs diagnosed as borderline for both hip and elbow dysplasia. Hip dysplasia is abnormal formation
of the hip socket causing a painful arthritis in the joints; it is a polygenic trait affected by environmental factors. Elbow dysplasia is caused by abnormal
growth of cells, vague tissue, or bone resulting in elbow pain. Materials used were radiographic examination data taken from the German breeding association
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This study was done with 843 German shepherd dogs, because German shepherds are the largest purebred dog population in Europe with an estimated 35%
prevalence for CHD (large number for phenotypic and genetic variance). Within the total of 843 German shepherds only 405 were males and 438 were
females. The control was the birth season; only dogs born between 2000 2005 were included in this study. In the study, they used radiographs, CHD scores,
and EDTA blood samples for all the dogs from the official guidelines of the Federation Cynologique International (FCI). CHD scores were scaled by CHD A
being normal hip joints, CHD C having slight signs of CHD, CHD D with moderate signs, and CHD E had severe signs of CHD. Only 277 out of 843 were
CHD A classified as unaffected and 557 were CHD C, CHD D, or CHD E classified as affected for the purpose of this study. Various techniques were used in
this study to find the SNPs associated with CHD like PCR products, NucleoSpin Kit 96, PTC and , DYEnamic ET Terminator Cycle Sequencing Kit,, and
many more. A GeneMapper was used to evaluate the data of the study. As they studied 37 SNPs in 95 CHD cases, those SNPs were located in 13 dog
chromosomes (CFA1, 3, 4, 8, 9, 16, 19, 26, 29, 32, 33, 34, and 35);
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Fourth Amendment Pros And Cons
A man in Bentonville, Arkansas, named James Andrew Bates is being accused of the murder of Victor Collins. Victor Collins was found in the hot tub owned
by Bates in November of 2016. Police had found other suspicious evidence including the use of 140 gallons of water during the middle of the night, on the
night that Collins was murdered. Alexa is designed to continually listen to words, specifically wake up words that catch her attention. Police are hoping that
words were said during the night that could have triggered Alexa to begin recording what it heard. Amazon refused to allow the investigators to have access to
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This is supported by Riley v. United States, as a phone is the same thing as a computer, just with different ways of operation. Similarly, a device that listens to
you and has the capability to reach the internet, access information, or communicate should also be considered a computer. Something that contains personal
information and is fully owned and only used by the owner, such as a personal computer, cell phone, or listening device, has a reasonable expectation of
privacy. Victor Collins also holds the right to privacy within his own home. Payton v. New York has set the precedent for expecting privacy within your own
home. Alexa is a device that is used within your own home, and therefor cannot be searched without a warrant. If we were to give them the right to search
smart house technology, it would undermine the whole idea of public versus private
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Advantages And Disadvantages Of Composites
1 CHAPTER. 1 COMPOSITES 1.1 Introduction A composite is when two or more different materials are combined together to create a material which is
superior and unique and holding different properties than earlier. Light weight high strength materials are essential in fabrication of aerospace structures like
airframes, rocket motor casings, nozzles and wings. The composites are the materials formed by embedding fibers in the plastic that add characteristics like
high resistance to fatigue, anticorrosive, high tensile strength or stiffness with weight savings up to 25 45% compare with conventional metallic designs.
Composites possess greater reliability, which are capable to meet the design requirements, easier to achieve smooth aerodynamic profiles against drag
reduction and high resistance to impact damage. The capacity to tailor the fundamental material properties of a cover has permitted new ways to deal with the
plan of air flexible flight structures. The above preferences make an interpretation of into aero plane as well as into the rocket frameworks that can go with
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Epoxies are widely used in primary construction composite materials for high strength performance, adhesives, casting compounds, sealants, varnishes and
paints as well as laminating resins. Epoxies generally have higher values of fracture toughness than polyesters and vinyl esters which may result in superior
fatigue performance of the laminates. There are two types of epoxies one with bisophenol A and another is novolac type compositions are commercially
available. These resin systems are curable both at room and high temperatures. Epoxies are most suitable to prepreging, filament winding and laminating
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Research Paper On Brazil Hair Extensionss
Brazil is known for a number of things such as for its beautiful picturesque, spell binding beaches and for the frenzy of its festivals. But there is one more thing
for which Brazil is uniquely known and that is for hair. The women in Brazil have beautifully slaying hair that can tempt any women for having such hair.
Now, It s a good news all those women who wish to have hair like Brazilians. They can take a sigh, as the Brazilian Clip in hair extensions are now available
everywhere, both in markets and on online platforms to make their wish come true. You can order these hair extensions online and get your desired look.
Brazilian hair extensions are the most popular in the world because of its supreme quality, texture and the results after wearing them. Many times it has been
awarded as the best hair extension selling product with good feedbacks from the customers.
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You can change these clip in extensions very quickly without any efforts. They are also available in various sizes depending upon the length of your hair. They
can also be bleached into your desired colour and restyled in the manner you want. They are shedding free and do not tangle. Moreover, there have been no
chemicals used in its manufacture and do not smell. You can wash them with your own shampoo for smelling great. It is best if you use a non sulphate
shampoo to prevent harm. You can also use hair dryers to dry your clip in extensions. They are long lasting if properly taken care of; they can last for 2 to 2.5
years. Because of all the stupefying qualities, Brazilian clip in hair extensions are famous worldwide. They are easy to carry and are attractive in their
appearance that can make anyone envious of your killer looks. These hair extensions can prove to be the best choice for
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Examples Of Social Hierarchy In Macbeth
In Macbeth, William Shakespeare expertly reflects the severity of the social hierarchy of the Elizabethan era through challenging the social order. In this dark
tragedy, the murder of King Duncan upsets the social hierarchy. Macbeth, an honourable thane, commits the ultimate sin, betraying the rightful king and
usurping the throne of Scotland. This plunges Scotland into chaos, even so that the universe is thrown off balance. In the Elizabethan era, it is prohibited for an
individual to attempt to move into another social rank. Some can be penalized to death. For example in society, you would never see a civilian in the yeomanry
class attempting to become noble. Macbeth overthrowing the righteous king encourages civilians to move up this social ladder. It also encourages rebellion and
defiance, ultimately weakening the social hierarchy.
Furthermore, a king is expected to be fair, wise, and generous. Macbeth is supposed to be like King Duncan, who thought of the common good. During
Macbeth s reign, he acts upon greed, anger, and selfishness. He is consumed by his ambition. On the other hand, we have Lady Macbeth. A queen s
responsibility was to produce a male heir and help soften the king s image. However, Lady Macbeth was the total opposite. She had no heir and instead of
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Macbeth s relationship with the servant solidifies Angus s previous statement of Macbeth. Angus was a thane, a member of the noble class. He said, those he
commands move only in command, / Nothing in love. Now does he feel his title / Hand loose about him, like a giant s robe / Upon a dwarfish thief. Macbeth
wrongfully steals Duncan s throne and in no way does his nature come close to Duncan s royal nature. Thus, Macbeth s subjects are not loyal to him and do not
obey him by
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Theme Of The Secret Between Barbara Delinsky
The Forgotten Treasure: A Mother s Interminable Love Love. Love is like the waves. It can hit you like a tsunami of gaiety and sorrow. But, the delight you get
when you are able to ride on it is indescribable; do not get drowned though! It is indescribable for it is profound. As broad as love can be, it is mostly
associated with romantic feelings towards the opposite sex. But is that what love is all about? Or are we forgetting something important in regards to love?
With the worn out themes of love, guilt and tragedy; shaped over years and strengthened through literary devices such as characterization, conflict, and mood,
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McKenna was at the hospital and it was all her fault and nothing her friends could say would make it better. (Delinsky, 18) In here, the main conflict which is
the dissonance caused by the incident escalates as Grace starts to face social discrimination and social obligations. She starts to feel the weight of the
unprecedented accident her stubbornness caused. In here, the sense of guilt is very impregnable. However, the addition of the strong guilt Grace feels, adds
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second chromosome. He also suffers from multiple heart defects, scoliosis, immune deficiencies, and developmental delays. The child s oral preparatory, oral
transport, pharyngeal, and esophageal stages of swallowing were observed during the modified barium swallow. The child was first presented with a liquid.
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positions in ministry while others are against following some quotations from the word of God. Those who hold the view of women becoming elders and
preachers in churches today, protest the fact that we are all one before God. There is neither male nor female following Galatians 3: 26 28. This is to
confidently assert the fact that the sexes are joint heirs with Christ of full salvation. Some are standing on the fact that God gave the Holy Spirit to His children
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Actually women played crucial role in the early church: they assisted in composing letters (Romans 16:22), carried apostles messages to local churches (I Cor.
4:17), sought to encouraged the believers on Paul s behalf (I Thes. 3:2), reported to Paul about the state of the churches under their care ( I Thes. 3:6) and some
them hosted churches in their homes (I Cor. 16:19). We have to be like the Bereans to carefully study and be able to rightly divide. God does not change but He
changes His administration in different dispensations. I do believe Paul was called as an apostle to the church the body of Christ, therefore whatever pattern he
gave us as pertaining leadership in the church should be strictly followed without questions. There two main passages in the New Testament that Paul gives
which might seem to be prohibition against the ministry of women I Corinthians 14:34; I Timothy 2:12). It will be good to go through theses scriptures and
bring out the truth of what Paul intended. I Corinthians 14:34 35, Paul wrote: As in all the congregations of the saints, women should remain silent in the
churches. Thy were not allowed to speak, but must be in submission, as the law says. If they want to know about something, they should ask their own
husbands at home; for it is disgraceful for a woman to speak in church. I believe Paul made this statement due to the rampant disorder that was going on at the
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  • 2. Google Fraud Essay Executive Summary / Introduction Google Inc (Google) is the world leader in internet searches. By 2007 63% of internet searches were through Google, surpassing other search engines such as Yahoo and Microsoft MSN. Goggle has also developed web based tools such maps, toolbars, G Mail and acquired the popular you Tube. After dominating the web search industry since its search engine was introduction in 1998, however, Google has attracted many competitors who try to provide millions of users worldwide with similar services. Many believe that there is room for competition and as a result, Yahoo!, Amazon.com and Microsoft MSN are fostering partnerships with smaller technology companies and making significant capital investments in order to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A business whose ad receives thousands of clicks from sources that have no intention of making a purchase may run through its marketing budget quickly and have to drop out of the ad game altogether. Businesses have tried to use click fraud to drive up the cost of competitors ads and put them at a competitive disadvantage. Google credits customers for invalid clicks. It also has a system in place to detect click fraud before customers are charged. Google was the object of class actions suits, where they had to settle out of court for failing to do anything concrete about click fraud. Yahoo was also subject of class actions for the same reason. Google s declared code of conduct is Don t be evil , a phrase which they went so far as to include in their prospectus for their 2004 IPO, noting, We believe strongly that in the long term, we will be better served as shareholders and in all other ways by a company that does good things for the world even if we forgo some short term gains. At its peak in early 2004, Google handled upwards of 84.7% of all search requests on the World Wide Web through its website and through its partnerships with other Internet clients like Yahoo!, AOL, and CNN. In February 2004, Yahoo! dropped its partnership with Google, providing an independent search engine of its own. This cost Google some market share, yet Yahoo! s move highlighted Google s own distinctiveness, and today the verb to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Managed Care Case Study DISCUSS THE SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS THE MANAGED CARE HAS MADE ON TODAY S HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY IN THE UNITED STATES Health care management is the profession that provides direction to organization that delivers personal health services and leadership. It refers to a system of managing the health needs of health care seekers taking into consideration, the cost of accessing health as well as the wide range of factors that can generate improvement in the scope of health care. Health care management is based on the fact that health care is imperative yet expensive. The cost of health care is one aspect of managed care as it plays a significant role in the health care delivery system. It is one major factor considered in the evaluation of health ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Generally a fixed premium per enrollee which includes all health care services is provided for in a contract after a negotiated premium between the employers and MCO. As an employee, my company has such an arrangement with a managed Care Organization to finance my dependents health care and myself. This has helped to curb the incidents of staying away from work as a result of not having available funds to seek medical attention. It makes it easy and less stressful knowing that my health needs are being taken care of at a time where I may not have enough time when I face health ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Modern Potentials And Applications Of Ferrofluids Ferrofluids are nanoscopic shards of magnetic particles suspended in organic fluids or water. What are the modern potentials and applications of ferrofluids? Ferrofluids have current applications in a variety of fields and continue to have potentials for further advancements in others. With research of the first ferrofluid in 1963 by Steven Papell with N.A.S.A., ferrofluids have been used to provide advancements in the field of technology. In modern times, ferrofluids are used in speakers for their relationship with magnetism and heat; as well ferrofluids are used in computer hard drives for their unique magnetic fluidic properties. Additionally, ferrofluids have potentials in the field of bio medical engineering, including: advancements ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Within the bio medical industry, ferrofluids could improve M.R.I. image rendering and assist in the treatment of cancer patients. M.R.I s use the intermediate magnetic relaxation periods of organs, which is the amount of time it takes a tissue to react and equalize to a magnetic force, to construct an image. These periods vary only slightly, thus creating dim and low resolution images; but if one was to saturate an organ with an easily manipulated magnetic fluid, such as a ferrofluid, one could see with great contrast the difference between native and foreign tissues. This usage would allow examiners to better identify tumors or unhealthy organs. In like ideas, the localizability of a portion of ferrofluid by a magnetic field, associated with the fact that any liquid may be turned into a magnetic fluid, (Scherer Figueiredo Neto 725) can be used to manipulate medication in a way to reduce side effects and increase the effectivity of the treatments. Researchers believe this may be a way to reduce the enervating effects of chemotherapy, thus improving the overall treatment. Ferrofluids would present in the medication, and doctors could use magnetic influences to manipulate the location and longevity of the medication; along with this manipulation, doctors could lower the dosage because they no longer have to take in to consideration the dispersal of the medication throughout the body, simply the centralized ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Conductivity In Ivy Creek Conductivity is the measure of how well water can conduct an electrical current (Shahady, 2010). At each creek cite the conductivity varied, at Claytor Big Otter was record to be at 57.5 µs/cm, making it the lowest record for the whole study. Peaksview Ivy Creek was record at 108 µs/cm and Target Rock Castle Creek at 285 µs/cm, the highest recorded. The term pH is used to indicate how alkaline or acidic water is determined on a scale from 1.0 to 14.0 (Shahady, 2010). The pH at each different creek seemed to be around the number. At Claytor Big Otter it was record to be 7.0 and at Target Rock Castle Creek was 7.65, this means that the water is alkaline, meaning there are more hydroxide ions than hydrogen ions. Claytor Big Otter ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Semiotic Deconstruction Analysis Of Calvin Klein Jeans Calvin Klein is an American multinational fashion company founded in 1968. Since their inception, they have always been known as a top end designer brand, branching out to related clothing markets. Calvin Klein is notorious with creating brands within their chosen product. For example Calvin Klein Jeans and Calvin Klein Underwear s are brands in themselves. However they have also branched out into other related markets providing products such fragrances, sportswear, watches and jewellery. Calvin Klein unlike contemporary top end brand designer have been very controversial in their past effort to market their brand. For example in 2010, Calvin Klein released an advert in an effort to bring attention to Calvin Klein Jeans, however it was viewed ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However prior to this it is important to discuss the fact that we are now living in an era of an attention economy. In today s age, consumers are overwhelmed by the paradox of choice so many choices to make, and no easy way to distinguish among the offerings (Davenport, Harris 2009). Furthermore, since consumers are bombarded with advert offering its important to avail of whatever attention a brand gets. Thus an attention economy is an approach of management that treat human attention as scare resources and applies an economic theory to make use of that attention; hence the ability of the brand to channel attention creates great value. A semiotic description is consequently a vital means by which we might begin to understand how an image captivates our imaginations. The founder of modern linguistics, Ferdinand de Saussure, argued that at one point in time language would be part of a comprehensive science of signs, which would study the production of meaning (Culler, 2001). In other words, the appeal of images comes through the stories or meanings that are being depicted, which eventually leads to an emotion or experience being felt by people in an attention economy. To greater understand a semiotic analysis I will now provide an in depth look into my Calvin Klein watch advert. To display the theory behind my advert I will be exploring the use of denotations, connotations found in my advert. As well as describing various rhetorical styles ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Kamil Running Record Analysis Running Record/Retelling Assessment The examiner conducted a set of running records in order to assess Kamil s reading performance and identify his instructional reading level. Instructional reading level Kamil was asked to read a story from Reading A Z Benchmark titled A Night in the Trees . The results of the assessment are summarized in the following table: Level Word Count Accuracy Time Rate Self correction Retelling Score T (F P P) 177 97% 1:28 121 (NPR 50) 1:5 15 Kamil read the story with 97% accuracy, which is independent reading level. His reading rate was 121 words per minute, which is just below 50th percentile according to national norms (Hasbrouck Tindall, 2006). The results of this running record assessment were lower than ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... His reading rate was slower on this text than the previous passages; Kamil was able to read 79 words per minute. When compare this results to national samp le, Kamil s reading rate was between 10th and 25th percentile. Kamil had difficulty reading the words. He sounded out several words, omitted and replaced others. Kamil also uttered short vowels in the words scrapes and bruises. It is the opinion of the examiner that Kamil used mostly visual cues when decoding an unknown word. His self correction rate was 1:8, which indicates that Kamil did not self monitor himself effectively. When asked to retell the story, Kamil was able to identify half of the major events. He recognized flashback and without prompting told the examiner how he calculated Rosalind s age. He also stated a problem and resolution, however omitted some important setting and character elements. According to A Z criteria, Kamil scored 11 points for retelling/comprehension, which fell into developing level. After examining carefully the running record and retelling forms, it is the opinion of the examiner that this text seemed to be difficult to read and this level might frustrate Kamil in future. Therefore, the examiner decided that Kamil s instructional level is U (F P Level ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Kate Chopin s Desiree s Baby The Formalistic Approach to Desiree s Baby Kate Chopin s narrative of Desiree s Daughter created a sense of ambiguity among the reader until the last few sentences of the story. However, the Formalistic Approach to Literature helps one to review the texts and notice countless relationships between the detailed components and conclusion of the story. These elements draw clues and foreshadow the events that happen throughout the duration and climax of the narrative. Close reading will help one to depict the devices used to help carry the audience through the plot and suggest the resolution. Some of the most prominent devices used by Chopin are word choice, reference, and repetition. Each of these ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... That sudden change from the repetition of soft subtle colors to a term that in its context has a more bold sound triggers the listener s ears. That phrase stands out and resounds in the reader s subconscious throughout the entire plot. When Madame Valmonde reached L Abri, she shuddred at the sight of the child as she always did. Foreshadow that the child had the most significance in the story was evident through this as well as the title. Furthermore, not only was Madame Valmonde puzzled by the sight of the child, so was nurse Zandrine as she turned her face to gaze across the fields to avoid the responsive look toward her on Madame Valmonde s face after she scanned the baby. The story emphasizes the fright, sadness, and bafflement among the women concerning the child. Madame Valmonde insists that this is not the baby and after Desiree s explanation admits that it indeed has changed. Regardless, Desiree is so overjoyed with the happiness of her husband and how he s changed positively because of his new son that she for some dissonant reason feels fearful just as well. Within a few paragraphs, Chopin expressed tension and awe that hinted toward how the baby would serve in the story. One of allusions in Desiree s Baby was the idea of abandonment. Not only ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Honor Society Application I made my decision to attend Bishop State Community College after high school because it was important to my parents and myself to have a great transition from high school to college at a gradual pace; with the goal of eventually transferring to an university. I was extremely focus on finding a career that match my passion in the areas of sciences and the years I would like to spend on my education. I never gave a thought about looking into honor societies at my college. In fact, I did not think I had the qualification to be invited to join any honor society; for Instant, I assume I had to have a large resume of volunteering and had the assumption that my grade point average had to be higher than a 3.5 grade point average.I also mistakenly ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They help to expose different varieties of career choices that I never thought about before joining the program. We also had available though Phi Theta Kappa s website, informational college tools for students to help decide what type of school to transfer that will fit our two year pre requirement track and our declared degree. My best experience with my honor society is that I finally was able to narrow my list and decided from my love of physics and anatomy, that I should declare radiology as my major upon transferring. My most memorable experience that will forever stay with me, was the day my chapter advisor invited me to Phi Theta Kappa International convention in 2012 in Nashville,Tennessee. Members who attended the four day long Honors Institute and Leadership Conference were treated to educational forums, presentations on a variety of topics, and special guest. We were welcomed by the international officers and Phi Theta Kappa Executive Director. From that moment on, I knew the event would change my life. It felt empowering to be surrounded with students from more than 1,200 chapter members from each state in the United States, U.S. Territories, British Virgin Islands, Marshall Island, Canada, Germany, Federal States of Micronesia, United Arab Emirates, Republic of Palau, and Peru. It was the empowerment of knowing I have endless choices of Universities and colleges after my completion of community college and to know that their are other student like myself who also decided to take the route of community college; not because they did not do well in high school or previous colleges, but their choice of community college was for the purpose of the reasonable cost of tuition, and having a moderate pace of learning new objective and lesson during class, while also preparing student for academic transition into a four year ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Salinger s The Catcher Of The Rye The Underlying Literary Movements in The Catcher in the Rye Everybody has their problems. Everyone has their downsides, their pitfalls, their quirks. Holden Caulfield, the protagonist of the novel The Catcher in the Rye (written by J.D. Salinger), is definitely worse than most people. The book is a flashback in which Holden reflects upon is flunking out of four private high schools. If this wasn t enough, after his most recent expulsion from Pencey Prep, you d expect a person to try and improve his life; Holden is the exception to this generalization. The entire book focuses on his downward spiral towards depression as he reconciles with his past. Throughout the story, we see Holden adopt a variety of personas as he contemplates the past, exhibiting ideals that reflect moments in American literature. Thus, we see him grow as a person and review ideals as Holden tries to gain a sense of who he is and what the next steps he needs to take to forward his life. A prime example of Holden s emulation of literary ideals comes when the reader is given the ultimatum of whether Holden is truly a psychotic person or if there is deeper meaning towards his slow slip into psychosis. The moment goes in depth on the postmodernism theme when Holden describes to his sister his beliefs towards the poem Comin Thro the Rye. Through his eyes, he imagines a field of rye; thousands of kids playing in acres upon acres of rye and no supervision. Now take that field and add a cliff severing the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. In May 2006 British investigatory reporter Andrew... In May 2006 British investigatory reporter Andrew Jennings book Foul! The Secret World of FIFA: Bribes, Vote Rigging and Ticket Scandals (Harper Collins) caused contestation within the football world by detailing an alleged international cash for contracts scandal following the collapse of FIFA s marketing partner ISL, and disclosed how some football officials have been encouraged to secretly repay the sweeteners they received. The book also alleged that vote rigging had occurred in the fight for SeppBlatter s continued control of FIFA. After the release of Foul! BBC television exposé by Jennings and BBC producer Roger Corke for the BBC news program Panorama was broadcast. In this hour long program, screened on 11 June 2006, Jennings and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He claimed they appeared on a list of 175 bribes paid by ISL, totaling about $100 million. A former ISL executive said that there were intuitions within ISL that the company was only awarded the marketing contract for successive World Cups by paying bribes to FIFA officials. The program also alleged that another current official, Jack Warner, has been involved in reselling World Cup tickets to brags; SeppBlatter said that FIFA had not investigated the allegation because it had not been told about it via official channels . The Programcriticized FIFA for allegedly requiring World Cup host bidding nations to agree to implement special rules for the World Cup, including blanket tax freedom for FIFA and sponsors, and limitation of workers rights. It supposed that governments of conjuring nations are required to keep the details of the required laws confidential during the bidding process; but that they were revealed by the Dutch government, which refused to agree to them, as a result of which it was told by FIFA that its bid could be adversely affected. According to the program, following Jennings earlier investigations .Jennings was banned from all FIFA press conferences, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Radiologic Technologist Ethical Dilemmas Ethical Dilemma An example of an ethical dilemma for a radiographer is presented in this essay. In addition, the explanation of why the situation presents a dilemma and what is the expected ethical behavior are also provided. Finally, the essay also contains the description of both unfavorable and positive outcomes that are possible in this ethical situation. Example of an Ethical Dilemma During a routine radiology procedure a radiologic technologist finds it very clear that the patient has a rare form of bone disease. However, the doctor after casually glancing at the image comes to a conclusion that there is nothing wrong with the patient, and the pain that the patient is complaining about is just a common pain, that will go away without any medication or procedure. What can the radiologic technologist do in this situation? ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Who is to choose in this situation? The problem of conflicting professional duties is also present in this case. On one side, the doctor is a professional colleague within the same hospital, and also the expert in understanding the radiographic image and diagnosing the problem. A radiologic technologist should not cross the professional boundary by questioning the doctor about his/her diagnosis. On the other hand, it is the right of the patient to know the real problem, and get the medical care that he/she deserves. Especially in case of radiologic procedures, the patient has no way of determining whether the procedures have been performed properly or not. The consequence of the misdiagnosis by a doctor can even be life threatening for the patient, if the appropriate medical care is not provided at the correct time. Expected Ethical ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. The House On A Rainy Day And Lucy Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy Pevensie are four siblings sent to live in the country with the eccentric Professor Kirke during World War II. The children explore the house on a rainy day and Lucy, the youngest, finds an enormous wardrobe. Lucy steps inside and finds herself in a strange, snowy wood. Lucy encounters the Faun Tumnus, who is surprised to meet a human girl. Tumnus tells Lucy that she has entered Narnia, a different world. Tumnus invites Lucy to tea, and she accepts. Lucy and Tumnus have a wonderful tea, but the faun bursts into tears and confesses that he is a servant of the evil White Witch. The Witch has enchanted Narnia so that it is always winter and never Christmas. Tumnus explains that he has been enlisted to capture human beings. Lucy implores Tumnus to release her, and he agrees. Lucy exits Narnia and eagerly tells her siblings about her adventure in the wardrobe. They do not believe her, however. Lucy s siblings insist that Lucy was only gone for seconds and not for hours as she claims. When the Pevensie children look in the back of the wardrobe they see that it is an ordinary piece of furniture. Edmund teases Lucy mercilessly about her imaginary country until one day when he sees her vanishing into the wardrobe. Edmund follows Lucy and finds himself in Narnia as well. He does not see Lucy, and instead meets the White Witch that Tumnus told Lucy about. The Witch Witch introduces herself to Edmund as the Queen of Narnia. The Witch feeds Edmund ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Case Study Of Cyanide A BRIEF STUDY ABOUT THE MATERIALIZATION AND TOXICOLOGICAL PROFILE OF CYANIDE I. Overview Problem Statement The purpose of the research is to determine chemical and physical properties of cyanide, to know its applications, and its primary effects to the human body. Introduction The incident about the death of a customer and the owner himself who consumed milk teas from a stall called ErgoCha has circulated the news and has spread all over the country. According to some articles, the customers said that the milk tea from the said stall along Bustillos Street in Sampaloc, Manila tasted different. Consequently, the owner also tasted the product to prove that the product is no different to what they have been serving. To their surprise, both ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It can be used in many applications such as making paper and extracting gold. However, it can be also be fatal to the human body. Concretely, cyanide poisoning can bring abnormalities like seizures up to cardiac arrests. The chemical compound is generally reactive, and can kill people in minutes. In this research, the properties and effects will be discussed through definition and previous applications involving the topic. II. Presentation of Research Definition Cyanide is relatively every chemical compound that has monovalent combining cyano group. CN group is made out of a carbon atom triple bonded to a nitrogen atom. This chemical compound is monovalent since it is able to form only one covalent bond. A cyanide molecule also has a strong tendency to bind with other atoms or compounds, yielding a variety of different products. The type of atom or compound to which the cyanide molecule bonds determines the properties and toxicity of the resulting product. There are two kinds of cyanide: organic and inorganic. Organic cyanides are typically called nitriles. Here, the CN group is linked by a covalent bond to a carbon containing group. Inorganic cyanide on the other hand is a negatively charged polyatomic ion. These kinds of cyanide are considered as the salts of hydrocyanic acid which are highly toxic. Manifestations and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. The Music Industry Has Become A Like Money Making Wizard The music industry has grown tremendously in the recent years. Long are the days when either our parents used songs and dance to pass down the ways of tradition to the youth or music being a hobby or pass time. In this age and era, music has proven to be more than just hobby or a vessel to ferry tradition down the lineage but a suitable career choice for talented youths. It has also helped shape the future of many youths e.g. RnB heavyweight Akon whose life history is an example that sheds light to the saying from grass to grace . The music industry has now become a like money making wizard where people just go and become rich and famous. With each ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... a) 100 b) More than 100 3. Has music affected the economic behavior of youths? a) Yes b) No 4. Has music created job opportunities for youths? a) No b) Yes 5. Music has been a course of study in the university and colleges a) True b) False 6. Music has affected the working behavior of youths a) True b) False 7. Has music led to the diversity in careers? a) Yes b) No 8. Music developed the G.D.I of the economy to change and upgrade the livelihoods of the youths a) True b) False 9. Music has brought together people from different ethnic and social backgrounds a) True b) False 10. Music has led to brain drain a) True b) False 11. Youth musicians have emulated successful musicians a) True b) false INTERVIEW 2 1. How has music affected the economic behavior to an extend that the youths are living a comfortable life? ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2. Which are some of the job opportunities that music has created? ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3. How has music led to drastic changes in working behaviors and the way youths relate to their employers (record labels)? ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Oppression and Spiritual Deterioration in William Blake s... Oppression and Spiritual Deterioration in William Blake s Poem London London I wander thro each charter d street, 1 Near where the charter d Thames does flow, 2 And mark in every face I meet, 3 Marks of weakness, marks of woe. 4 In every cry of every Man, 5 In every Infant s cry of fear, 6 In every voice, in every ban, 7 The mind forg d manacles I hear: 8 How the Chimney sweeper s cry 9 Every blackning Church appalls, 10 And the hapless Soldier s sigh, 11 Runs the blood down Palace walls. 12 But most thro midnight streets I hear 13 How the youthful Harlot s curse 14 Blasts the new born Infant s tear, 15 And blights with plagues the Marriage hearse. 16 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The groups (Church, Palace, Husbands) are chastised by Blake for their contractual interest in others, but lack of responsible concern. In lines three and four, the author begins to point out the visual evidences of society s spiritual malaise. Blake uses the word mark several times to show the reader the problems he sees have outward signs marks of weakness, marks of woe. In stanza two, Blake leaves the visible evidence for the audible evidence, and we begin to hear the groans of a fallen world. Man and infant cry one in experience, one in innocence yet, both in a fallen world, both raising a pained voice. From line three on, the poem is filled with mournful, weary, destructive sounds the pounding out of the mind forg d manacles ; the sad weep! weep! of the chimney sweeper (Blake 33); the dying soldier s sigh; the harlot s explosive, withering curse. All of these sounds contribute to the picture of society reeling in the deadly stages of metastasizing cancer. Repetition is at its most concentrated use in stanza two where the word every is used five times (seven times overall in the poem). Blake certainly wants the reader to know that the signs of oppression and slavery are everywhere and on every face no one is exempt. In line seven, Blake again skillfully uses a word with multiple meanings. Ban can be a curse, condemnation, marriage proclamation, or young French soldier. As a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Caesarean Scar Defect Essay Sonographic evaluation of caesarean scar defects in speculation of obstetric and gynaecologic sequelae In the recent decade, there was a significant increase in the rate of caesarean section delivery, either because of closer fetal monitoring during labour or because of availing the technology to anticipate antepartum and intrapartum complications. The most common cause of elective caesarean section is a previous caesarean section (CS). As the number of women with the caesarean section is on the increase, the implications of caesarean section scar defects (CSD) are looked into as cause for various clinical symptoms both in obstetrics and gynaecology. Many studies were conducted on the sonographic evaluation of scar defects, and only a few ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The studies were conducted both on pregnant and nonpregnant women. The scar defects were evaluated based on shape, size, and thickness of residual myometrium. In an unscarred, the lower uterine segment (LUS) is viewed as three layered structure. The inner layer includes chorioamniotic membrane and endometrial layer. Middle layer includes myometrium, and outer layer includes peritoneal reflection and bladder wall (Cheung 2004). As the pregnancy progress, the LUS develops and the layers changes in sonographic resolution. Myometrium becomes thinner gradually and less distinguished later on in the pregnancy. Whereas in as scarred uterus different layers are not well demarcated, the LUS is comparatively thin. It is considered as scar defect if there is a window or defect in the myometrium. The CS scar was measured in two planes, transverse and sagittal. In the sagittal plane, scar depth, width and residual myometrial thickness (RMT, between hypoechoic indentation at the bottom of the scar to the hyperechoic line of the uterovesical fold) measured and the length of the scar measured in the transverse plane (Naji 2012). Gotoh H et al. (2000) have assessed the changes in LUS thickness from 19weeks to 39 weeks in women with previous caesarean delivery (caesarean group) and compared with the LUS thickness in nulliparous and multiparous women (control group). Serial measurements of the thickness of LUS showed a steady ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. The Pros And Cons Of Political Parties In a letter to Jonathan Jackson in October, 1789, John Adams wrote, There is nothing which I dread so much as a division of the republic into two great parties, each arranged under its leader, and concerting measures in opposition to each other. This, in my humble apprehension, is to be dreaded as the greatest political evil under our Constitution , yet in modern day society, this is exactly the way the government is set up. Political parties, or, similar politically minded people who work as a group to influence public policy by getting candidates elected to office, are in control of the current government. In the United states political parties compete each other to gain more political power and for the ability to put their policies into effect. As a result of events in history leading up to today, there are now two major political parties in the US. The United States is known to have a variety of political parties within it, but the Republican and Democratic parties have shown through the strongest, disagreeing with each other on most political and social issues, but being able to find some agreement on others. There are minor parties, but none so far have been able to gain the support needed to win a national election. Political parties had beginnings outside of the US, when they were first thought of in Greece. During the late 1600 ancient Greeks had a senate with two groups that represented people with different interests, called the Plebeians and the Patricians. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Conservation Of Whale Carcass While the Japanese government justifies these actions by claiming that the research they are performing is ultimately for better management and conservation of cetaceans, these hunts are unnecessary. Instead of killing whales to perform these tests, there are non lethal research methods that could be used instead. According to the Japanese Whale Research Program under Special Permit in the Antarctic, also known as JARPA II, the data that they collect includes the monitoring of whales and krill abundance, the feeding ecology of whales, the effects of contaminants on cetaceans and their habitat, competition among whale species, and elucidation of temporal and spatial changes in stock structure (2016). Although this research is important, all ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Faroese only perform the yearly hunt, or grindadrap, if all of their conditions are met. In a National Geographic article by Jane Lee in 2014, the grind only happens if the animals are close to shore, and this has to occur on one of their 23 pre approved beaches. The weather and waves have to be calm enough and there have to be enough participants. None of the species that the Faroese target are endangered and they try to cut through the neck and break the spinal cord so that death occurs quickly. While tribes such as the Faroese adhere to these unspoken rules on ethics, there are Japanese groups that do not adhere to these ethics and want to take advantage of the subsistence whaling plan. The Japanese largely do not perform the hunts on a small, aboriginal scale anymore, but have industrialized the whole process and simply wish to be granted higher quotes to hunt more whales. This brings into focus the ethics of the hunts. In an essay by Paul Watson, cetaceans are extremely intelligent creatures that share much more similarities with humans than previously thought (2014). Whales have highly developed brains, are able to show a variety of behaviors that can be associated with certain emotions, can discriminate humans from prey or other sea creatures, and exist in highly developed social circles. They share more similarities with humans than previously thought and deserved to be treated with this regard in mind. While some aboriginal hunters ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. The Legal Principles Of The Case Of Salomon V. Salmon And... The legal principle on company law established by the case Salomon v Salomon Co Ltd is that a company upon incorporation is a body corporate which is recognized by law to have a separate legal entity from its members and officers. The company and members are two separate bodies. This is known as the veil of incorporation. Thus, the debts of the company cannot be recovered from its members. For example, the debts of the company cannot be recovered from its member. Rather than the director or its member, a company is normally liable for any breach by itself. A company is an artificial legal person that exists independently of the individuals who at any given time are the members of the corporate body. In the case of Salomon V Salomon Co Ltd, even though Salomon managed the business solely by himself, yet in law Salomon and the company is separate body as the company has incorporated. As a legal entity by itself, company can: 1. Enjoy perpetual existence and has its own legal personality. 2. Has its own legal personality. 3. Is separate from its members and officers and the change of its members and officers does not affect its legal personality. 4. Sue and be sued in its own name. 5. Deal with property itself. 6. Liable for its debts, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... According to section 16(6) of the Companies Act 1965, upon incorporation, the persons whose names appear in the company s register of members from time to time shall be the members of the company and together they shall be a body corporate. Under section 16(5) of the Companies Act 1965, the body corporate enjoys separate legal entity with an existence that does not depend on the identity of its members and members of the company shall be liable to contribute to the assets of the company in the event of being wound up. However, the liability of the members will depend on whether the company is a limited company or an unlimited ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. How and Why Did American Popular Culture Influence... The 1950s and 1960s were times of unprecedented change, and Australian society was influenced greatly by American popular culture, through various mediums, such as: music, film, television and fashion. This especially affected teenagers. It will be explained how Australian society was impacted by American popular culture, and also why American popular culture had such an affect. Australian developed its own responses to these influences, and the extent of this will also be explored. The 1950s meant the emergence of the teenager; it also brought peace and prosperity to many. And during the fifties there were far more American films released in Australia, and they became more popular than many Australian films. Films were of great influence ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... During the tour parents and police were ignored, and Australian teenagers were lapping it up, the overseas excitement was finally there for then to fully be a part of. But the psychedelic styles of the sixties were so strong and unsympathetic to other styles that it was inevitable that Psychedelia departed as quickly as it arrived. The fifties and sixties were completely different in so many ways; the times had changed a lot in the transition of decades. The types of music, for one, were in great contrast. By the sixties the rock n roll and pelvic thrusting of the fifties had transformed into the pop, rock and folk music of the likes of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan. Teenagers changed a lot over the two decades a lot, too. The tight pant, leather jacket bodgies, with their greased hair, and the widgies, with their rope petticoats and flared dresses, were replaced by the teenagers of the Psychedelic era. These teenagers preferred the swirled shapes and bright colours, with their newly found mini skirts, and for the guys it was paisley shirts. Although the two decades were different in themselves, there is still a parallel running between the two. Both were times of change, with popular culture culminated for the newly recognised youth, each decade had their own brand of pop music, and their own brand of teenagers. However, the teenagers of the sixties, despite the overuse of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Explain Why It Is Important To Take A Child s Temperature Taking Your Child s Temperature Knowing how to take your child s temperature is important so you can identify fevers and treat illnesses properly. A normal temperature range is between 96°F (35.8°C) and 99°F (37.3°C). To find out what temperature is normal for your child, take your child s temperature when he or she is well. Whenever you take your child s temperature, write it down. Record the time, date, and any symptoms your child has. WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF THERMOMETERS? There are several different types of thermometers. No matter which type you use, you should always use a thermometer that provides a digital reading. Types of thermometers recommended for safe use include: Digital multi use thermometer. This type can read the temperature of the body in the mouth (orally), in the rectum (rectally), or under the arm (axillary). ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This type is designed to be placed against the side of the forehead. It picks up the heat from the temporal artery, which runs across the forehead. Tympanic thermometer. This type is designed to be inserted gently into the ear canal. It records the heat from a child s eardrum. There are a few types of thermometer that are not recommended for use because they may not be safe or they may not provide an accurate reading. Types of thermometers not recommended for use include: Glass mercury thermometers. Mercury is dangerous to your child s health and to the environment. The glass in this type of thermometer can break, which could result in injury. Temperature strips. These disposable strips have chemically treated dots that register temperature. Pacifier thermometer. This type is shaped like a pacifier and is used to measure a child s temperature orally. IS THERE A PREFERRED METHOD FOR TAKING MY CHILD S ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Professionalism In Corrections The increase of professionalism in corrections facilities and among correction officers is critical and not everyone is cut out to perform such tasks. Furthermore, historical flaws among correction institutes and adapting to new ways in rehabilitating offenders have transitioned into a more professional process than earlier correction institutes. One early reformer, Richard A. McGee, changed the nature of corrections in California by upgrading the physical plants and staffing patterns, by institutional research, and by developing alternatives to imprisonment , (Siegel Bartollas, 2014, p. 345). Furthermore, the small transition that McGee implemented was a new movement in taking correction facilities to a new direction and creating a more professional environment among correction institutes. Indeed, notable mentions for their dedication in emerging corrections ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The American Correctional Code of Ethics has seventeen codes that reflect how a correctional officer must adhere to in regards to ethics and integrity (Siegel Bartollas, 2014). Therefore, integrity and ethics are simply doing the right thing regardless of the situation that has developed. All of these elements concoct a professional workplace among corrections as well as any law enforcement capacity and are the driving force for advancing to an even more professional workplace. Professionalism among correction facilities and staff members goes beyond the scope of rules and guidelines on paper, as each staff member must treat an inmate with dignity and respect as well as their colleagues (Siegel Bartollas, 2014). In my opinion, the key to ascertaining professionalism begins with each employee wanting to make a difference in someone s life and understanding the difference between professional and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Descriptive Essay About Bo Jackson There are many athletes in this world that prove themselves as if they are not like any other you will see in the current generation. There are ones that jump as far as a kangaroo and be as strong as a crocodile s jaws snap; but there is only one of these proven athletes that has all of these assets down and can do them better. Bo Jackson was one of those individuals that you honestly questioned if he was human or if he was a gift from aliens who wanted to create a perfect athlete. From hitting balls, to throwing and carrying them, anyone who watched Bo for more than 5 minutes had almost create an image in their head of how perfectly he did everything. With all these combined Bo jackson showed how he was a modern hero with his born talents, his strength and fearlessness, and of course his talent in gaining followers to watch him perform his magic. From the transitions of baseball to football and the high jumping to sprinting, even at a young age many knew that Bo was not the average bird in the flock. His talent and expertise showed his strength in being a part of a noble birth and it was not the hardest to spot. Even with the early disabilities of his childhood haunting him in his room day after day, the stuttering would finally stop with his strength being available at the mite of his now present anger. During school kids would know of the beast of a child to not mess with because of the speed at which Bo threw crab apples to others in fights and the myths or truths of him killing pigs with only the small rocks shown on the ground. Fake or true, almost every story that was heard, told, explained that included Bo, almost always seemed to be real to everyone. Even with the public knowing he was great at an older age, with the starting of his youth, every kid that had heard of him knew, he was not normal. As his age grew larger and larger, the way of fighting and supposedly being violent had come to a stop with the opportunity of high schools sports coming up right around the corner. The general populous knew of his strength and skill in outdoor activities but no one was aware of how spectacular he could or was going to be with high school sports. Before football season even started many of the teachers and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Classic Airlines Marketing Challenge Classic Airline s marketing challenge. To acquire a new customer is far more costly than to maintain an existing one. This is phenomenon every company is well conversant, be it in the service industry or otherwise, this phenomenon is clearly evident to classic airlines which is facing challenges of increasing its service value in the context of a learner consumer budget. Many jobs in the travel industry are being downsized as a result of e commerce. This has resulted to many players I the industry to use this as an opportunity to leverage their proven techniques in improving their customer relationship management (CRM) systems, in order to introduce a planning process which will increase customer loyalty. To achieve this however companies must use all possible resources available at their disposal to maximize growth and profitability by putting their eye on strategic marketing., this entails informed market forecast potential and future demand which can be achieved by establishing long term marketing objectives. Classic airlines in this case are facing an organizational issue in respect to its external and internal programs which have not been able to satisfy the needs and wants of stakeholders. This has resulted in the shift of customers to other airlines in the quest to satisfy their needs; as a result the company has recorded poor sales and hence poor profits (milaly tokhi). Lack of innovation and rising costs are the major reasons why the company is facing such ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Thibodaux Chamber Of Commerce Essay Thibodaux Chamber of Commerce [Name of the writer] [Name of the institution] Thibodaux Chamber of Commerce Introduction For this situation, the discriminating part is in the execution of new framework is highlighted which is to connect the chamber of commerce exercises to the smart phones application. The business profiles included for this situation are Leon Lassite, Vice President of Marketing, Jeff Hedge, Vice President of Public Finance, Simon Kovecki, Systems Analyst and Greg Ginder, President of Unitrak Software Corporation. The principle issue that emerged in the chamber of commerce was identified with issues confronted amid the usage process. The new smart phone application framework couldn t be viably worked because of the absence of coordination and cooperation between the key elements of chamber of commerce . The non strong part of an engineering supplier, Unitrak is additionally highlighted where the software merchant did not help in the execution process. To accomplish adequacy of the key choices, it s critical for the business supervisors to minimize the data framework governmental issues. Discussion The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The two key entities that were critical for the new software s success were not supportive to Lassiter s idea. Hedges and Kovecki considered the new system as Lassiter s system rather than the organization s system. The key members and the staff were not consulted and their feedback was not given importance during the entire process. As a result, it was not a team work but rather a single man s work which ultimately lost its track. The animosity and jealousy among the key business managers resulted in information systems politics where no one was ready to work together as a team. They had their differences and individual interests which of course led towards failure of new software implementation at Thibodaux chamber of commerce (Bhindi Duignan, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Substance Use Disorders Are Chronic And Recurrent. Impulse... 1.6 Guiding principals 1.6.1 Longitudinal data analysis Substance use disorders are chronic and recurrent. Impulse control, which is a predisposition to and/or a consequence of substance use disorders, is also a core behavioral domain underlying many HIV risk behaviors. Unlike some HIV risk behaviors such as engaging in unprotected sex, substance use disorders are more proximally associated with brain biology. In order to study HIV risk behaviors among injection drug users, we will use the data in a longitudinal manner rather than reducing the data to a cross section or single measure (e.g., lifetime dependence). The reason is that a longitudinal data provides more valuable information about the long term trajectories of the HIV risk behaviors of injection drug users. This information may yield a phenotype that reflects severity and intensity in a way that is more strongly related to the underlying biology of the trait. Using longitudinal ALIVE injection data, we borrow the concept of pack years to create our phenotype, injection years, (Caporaso et al., 2009) and analyze the composite HIV risk phenotypes of the trajectories of the participants. (Smith et al., 2015) The lives and relationships of injection drug users tend toward instability; hence, there exists virtually no perfect attendance record for any single participant in this study. For this thesis, we accessed the ALIVE cohort, a longitudinal community based study, and we use statistical approaches to impute the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Advantages And Disadvantages Of Discharge Of A Contract TASK 2 2.1 Introduction The main objective of entering into a contract is generally to see it through to completion. In a simplified example, in the case of a construction contract between an employer and a contractor, the employer gets his project constructed and the contractor gets his payment. However, not every contract will achieve its goal. It is not uncommon for a contractual relationship to terminate in the course of its performance, without achieving its objective. In this task, we had a scenario which our training appraisal is due shortly. Furthermore, our supervisor had told us the he will be testing our knowledge on the discharge of contract. He explained that the contract can be discharged in several ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... If both parties have continuing obligations then generally the consideration will be simply each of them giving up their rights under the contract. The only time consideration becomes an issue is where one party has fully performed their part of the contract when the other has not. The non performing party must then provide consideration to make the agreement binding. Also if the agreement is made by deed there is no requirement to provide consideration. There is in effect a contract to end a contract. According to Section 64 of the Contract Act 1950 (Act 136), which states that, Every promise may dispense with or without remit, wholly or in part, the performance of the promise made to him, or may extend the time for such performance, or may accept instead of it any satisfaction which he thinks fit . As an illustration of the situation, B promises to paint a picture for C. But then, C forbids B to do so afterwards. Thus B is no longer bound to perform the promise. As it is the agreement of the parties which binds them, so by their further agreement or consnt the contract may be terminated. The rule of law in this regard is as follows, Eodem modo quo quid constituitur, eodem modo destruitur which means things may be destroyed in the same manner in which it is constituted. Types of discharge by agreement: 1. Novation 2. Rescission 3. Alteration 4. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Fairytales are not what they seem. Essay INTRO Sex. Pure unadulterated sex. When we think of sex, it is not usually in the context of a fairytale. Fairytales are for children, virgin ears. Over the years, fairytales have been cleaned up for young ears we have become accustomed to the bland Disney versions of tales. How many of us can recount a version separate from the animated classics of our childhood? It is truly hard to believe that sometimes there are much more racy versions of these same tales. Today, I d like to share one such variation of Little Red Riding Hood called In the Company of Wolves, written by Angela Carter. I will recount ancient folklore of werewolves, introduce the sexually charged characters as I walk with you through the seemingly familiar yet much ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She has been loved too much to know how to be scared. It was the middle of winter, and the silence of the woods seemed to close down upon our heroine like a pair of jaws. Suddenly she heard a distant howl of a wolf, and she sprang to the handle of a well concealed knife, but nobody was there. Suddenly, a clamor among the bushed produced a fully clothed and very handsome young man holding a very large rifle. They walked along the worn path for some time together laughing like old friends. It was only a mere half mile to go till the warmth and safety of her grandmother s house when the dashing young stranger proposed a bet. He insisted that with the help of a compass, he would surely make it to the grandmother s house before she would on the path. A game was made of it, and if he won, he was to have a kiss. At the mention of the kiss, Little Red lowered her eyes and blushed, commonplace of rustic seduction. Although it was getting dark, she wanted to dawdle on her way so that the handsome gentleman would win his wager. She forgot to be afraid of the beasts. TR*: It was this wager that was to signal the end of innocence for our young heroine. The handsome young man arrived at grandmother s house first with a trace of blood on his chin. He knocked on the door with his hairy knuckles and announced himself in high soprano as her granddaughter. After entering he removed his disguise, and granny could see his matted hair streaming down his white shirt, lice moving within it. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Smell versus Taste with Food Taste and smell are something we use every day. From the moment we wake up,we are smelling things all around us. We taste food every single time it enters our mouth. But, do we really know how each of them work? Every time we put something in our mouths we are able to taste it. Taste is one of the five senses: touch, smell, hear, vision, and taste. Small structures, papillae, found on the surface of the tongue, upper esophagus, and epiglottis are responsible for taste. We have over 10,000 taste buds or papillae. They were first discovered by Georg Meissner(1829 1905) and Rudolf Wagner(1805 1864).The process of tasting is called gustation. Chemical substances in solutions stimulate the cells and they send nerve impulses to the brain, we detect this as taste. The word taste is derived from a Latin word, taxare, meaning to feel , to touch of to judge. When an individual puts a substance in their mouth, five distinct tastes can be detected. These five distinct sensations or qualities are sweet, salty, sour, bitter, and umami. When any of these tastes touch the tongue, the receptors send signals to the brain on what to interpret. Each taste has a different chemical reaction. For example, when saliva breaks down sodium ions (Na+) or acids, your tongue detects it as salty or sour(Light,2009). The chemical break down for a sweet taste is hard to specify because many chemical elements are involved. Taste buds are located all around the tongue, the cheeks, and the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Essay Summer and Smoke Summer and Smoke Mr. Thomas Williams (Tennessee,) was born in Columbus, Mississippi to Cornelius Coffin and Edwina Dankin Williams, March 26 1911. Thomas family moves to Missouri in 1918, and between the years of 1929 and 1939 Tennessee attends three different universities. After having written his first Blanche DuBois scene, from A Streetcar named Desire, in December of 1944, he took a few months break and wrote his first draft of Summer and Smoke. As a result, the character Alma is seen having a parallel to Blanche. Also in the year 1937, Tennessee s sister Rose is institutionalized for schizophrenia. Typically patients with schizophrenia are at times progressive, at times intermediate and can regress at anytime. They also ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Eventually, October 6, 1948, interestingly enough, the play opened before it was eventually published by New Directions on November 17, 1948. Also, Summer and Smoke was re written and published in 1965 under the new title: The Eccentricities of a Nightingale, which was eventually, by Dramatic Publishing s changed back to Summer and Smoke. Original scenic design was created by Jo Meizner, who had created a Skeletonized view of John s office, and an equally Victorian view on the right, and, in between the town square, presided over by the statue of a kneeling Angel (Bordman.) Original stars of the show included Todd Andrews, as John, and Katherine Balfour, as Alma. The production ran for only 100 performances, after being constantly compared to and eventually replaced by A Streetcar named Desire. Part of the reason why critics believe this show was so unsuccessful is because Margo Jones went about this blind eyed, and only had the guide of Tennessee when she went to visit him, they blame the poor outcome of this show on its poor staging and directing. The London premiere of Summer and smoke opened April of 1952, at Circle and Square Theater, starring Geraldine Paige and running for 356 performances, clearly this production was much better received than the opening production in New York. Washington s Arena Stage and the Williamstown Theater Festival also ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Jiu-Jitsu V. s Boxing Did you know the UFC was not always the way it is now. It used to be a battle where it pitted one martial art versus another, wether it be Jiu Jitsu v.s Boxing or Muay Thai v.s Judo and many other combinations. There were no rules, some thing were frowned upon like punches to the groin, hair pulling or even, fish hooking. There were also no weight classes, unlike the modern UFC they pitted fighters like, Teila Tuli( 6 ft 1 in. 460 lbs) vs Gerard Gordeau( 6 ft 5 in. 216 lbs) this was because they thought weight did not matter because the most skilled person can take down a person of any size. Royce Gracie Co founder of the UFC chooses younger brother ,Rorin Gracie, to represent his family because of his submission skills after submitting ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Canine Hip Dysplasia This study was designed to determine the genetic correlations between canine hip dysplasia (CHD) and canine elbow dysplasia (CED) in German shepherds. The study was extended to the genetic correlation of the dogs diagnosed as borderline for both hip and elbow dysplasia. Hip dysplasia is abnormal formation of the hip socket causing a painful arthritis in the joints; it is a polygenic trait affected by environmental factors. Elbow dysplasia is caused by abnormal growth of cells, vague tissue, or bone resulting in elbow pain. Materials used were radiographic examination data taken from the German breeding association for German Shepherd dogs (GSD). These examinations recorded of hip joints associated with CHD and elbow joints associated with CED. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This study was done with 843 German shepherd dogs, because German shepherds are the largest purebred dog population in Europe with an estimated 35% prevalence for CHD (large number for phenotypic and genetic variance). Within the total of 843 German shepherds only 405 were males and 438 were females. The control was the birth season; only dogs born between 2000 2005 were included in this study. In the study, they used radiographs, CHD scores, and EDTA blood samples for all the dogs from the official guidelines of the Federation Cynologique International (FCI). CHD scores were scaled by CHD A being normal hip joints, CHD C having slight signs of CHD, CHD D with moderate signs, and CHD E had severe signs of CHD. Only 277 out of 843 were CHD A classified as unaffected and 557 were CHD C, CHD D, or CHD E classified as affected for the purpose of this study. Various techniques were used in this study to find the SNPs associated with CHD like PCR products, NucleoSpin Kit 96, PTC and , DYEnamic ET Terminator Cycle Sequencing Kit,, and many more. A GeneMapper was used to evaluate the data of the study. As they studied 37 SNPs in 95 CHD cases, those SNPs were located in 13 dog chromosomes (CFA1, 3, 4, 8, 9, 16, 19, 26, 29, 32, 33, 34, and 35); ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Fourth Amendment Pros And Cons A man in Bentonville, Arkansas, named James Andrew Bates is being accused of the murder of Victor Collins. Victor Collins was found in the hot tub owned by Bates in November of 2016. Police had found other suspicious evidence including the use of 140 gallons of water during the middle of the night, on the night that Collins was murdered. Alexa is designed to continually listen to words, specifically wake up words that catch her attention. Police are hoping that words were said during the night that could have triggered Alexa to begin recording what it heard. Amazon refused to allow the investigators to have access to the records because they believe it violates their user s privacy and it seems to be overboard or inappropriate in their opinion. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This is supported by Riley v. United States, as a phone is the same thing as a computer, just with different ways of operation. Similarly, a device that listens to you and has the capability to reach the internet, access information, or communicate should also be considered a computer. Something that contains personal information and is fully owned and only used by the owner, such as a personal computer, cell phone, or listening device, has a reasonable expectation of privacy. Victor Collins also holds the right to privacy within his own home. Payton v. New York has set the precedent for expecting privacy within your own home. Alexa is a device that is used within your own home, and therefor cannot be searched without a warrant. If we were to give them the right to search smart house technology, it would undermine the whole idea of public versus private ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Advantages And Disadvantages Of Composites 1 CHAPTER. 1 COMPOSITES 1.1 Introduction A composite is when two or more different materials are combined together to create a material which is superior and unique and holding different properties than earlier. Light weight high strength materials are essential in fabrication of aerospace structures like airframes, rocket motor casings, nozzles and wings. The composites are the materials formed by embedding fibers in the plastic that add characteristics like high resistance to fatigue, anticorrosive, high tensile strength or stiffness with weight savings up to 25 45% compare with conventional metallic designs. Composites possess greater reliability, which are capable to meet the design requirements, easier to achieve smooth aerodynamic profiles against drag reduction and high resistance to impact damage. The capacity to tailor the fundamental material properties of a cover has permitted new ways to deal with the plan of air flexible flight structures. The above preferences make an interpretation of into aero plane as well as into the rocket frameworks that can go with high speed under extreme warm condition amid reentry period of the rocket. Despite ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Epoxies are widely used in primary construction composite materials for high strength performance, adhesives, casting compounds, sealants, varnishes and paints as well as laminating resins. Epoxies generally have higher values of fracture toughness than polyesters and vinyl esters which may result in superior fatigue performance of the laminates. There are two types of epoxies one with bisophenol A and another is novolac type compositions are commercially available. These resin systems are curable both at room and high temperatures. Epoxies are most suitable to prepreging, filament winding and laminating ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Research Paper On Brazil Hair Extensionss Brazil is known for a number of things such as for its beautiful picturesque, spell binding beaches and for the frenzy of its festivals. But there is one more thing for which Brazil is uniquely known and that is for hair. The women in Brazil have beautifully slaying hair that can tempt any women for having such hair. Now, It s a good news all those women who wish to have hair like Brazilians. They can take a sigh, as the Brazilian Clip in hair extensions are now available everywhere, both in markets and on online platforms to make their wish come true. You can order these hair extensions online and get your desired look. Brazilian hair extensions are the most popular in the world because of its supreme quality, texture and the results after wearing them. Many times it has been awarded as the best hair extension selling product with good feedbacks from the customers. The Brazilian Clip in hair extensions are available in an abundance of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... You can change these clip in extensions very quickly without any efforts. They are also available in various sizes depending upon the length of your hair. They can also be bleached into your desired colour and restyled in the manner you want. They are shedding free and do not tangle. Moreover, there have been no chemicals used in its manufacture and do not smell. You can wash them with your own shampoo for smelling great. It is best if you use a non sulphate shampoo to prevent harm. You can also use hair dryers to dry your clip in extensions. They are long lasting if properly taken care of; they can last for 2 to 2.5 years. Because of all the stupefying qualities, Brazilian clip in hair extensions are famous worldwide. They are easy to carry and are attractive in their appearance that can make anyone envious of your killer looks. These hair extensions can prove to be the best choice for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Examples Of Social Hierarchy In Macbeth In Macbeth, William Shakespeare expertly reflects the severity of the social hierarchy of the Elizabethan era through challenging the social order. In this dark tragedy, the murder of King Duncan upsets the social hierarchy. Macbeth, an honourable thane, commits the ultimate sin, betraying the rightful king and usurping the throne of Scotland. This plunges Scotland into chaos, even so that the universe is thrown off balance. In the Elizabethan era, it is prohibited for an individual to attempt to move into another social rank. Some can be penalized to death. For example in society, you would never see a civilian in the yeomanry class attempting to become noble. Macbeth overthrowing the righteous king encourages civilians to move up this social ladder. It also encourages rebellion and defiance, ultimately weakening the social hierarchy. Furthermore, a king is expected to be fair, wise, and generous. Macbeth is supposed to be like King Duncan, who thought of the common good. During Macbeth s reign, he acts upon greed, anger, and selfishness. He is consumed by his ambition. On the other hand, we have Lady Macbeth. A queen s responsibility was to produce a male heir and help soften the king s image. However, Lady Macbeth was the total opposite. She had no heir and instead of softening the king s rigor, she encouraged it. This contrast ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Macbeth s relationship with the servant solidifies Angus s previous statement of Macbeth. Angus was a thane, a member of the noble class. He said, those he commands move only in command, / Nothing in love. Now does he feel his title / Hand loose about him, like a giant s robe / Upon a dwarfish thief. Macbeth wrongfully steals Duncan s throne and in no way does his nature come close to Duncan s royal nature. Thus, Macbeth s subjects are not loyal to him and do not obey him by ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Theme Of The Secret Between Barbara Delinsky The Forgotten Treasure: A Mother s Interminable Love Love. Love is like the waves. It can hit you like a tsunami of gaiety and sorrow. But, the delight you get when you are able to ride on it is indescribable; do not get drowned though! It is indescribable for it is profound. As broad as love can be, it is mostly associated with romantic feelings towards the opposite sex. But is that what love is all about? Or are we forgetting something important in regards to love? With the worn out themes of love, guilt and tragedy; shaped over years and strengthened through literary devices such as characterization, conflict, and mood, Barabara Delinsky comes up with a novel befitting of a bestseller masterpiece, The Secret Between ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... McKenna was at the hospital and it was all her fault and nothing her friends could say would make it better. (Delinsky, 18) In here, the main conflict which is the dissonance caused by the incident escalates as Grace starts to face social discrimination and social obligations. She starts to feel the weight of the unprecedented accident her stubbornness caused. In here, the sense of guilt is very impregnable. However, the addition of the strong guilt Grace feels, adds more spice to the story and continues to dig further the readers hearts and minds. With the mind blowing conflicts that occurred, the story progresses with readers having greater anticipation and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Modified Barium Swallow Case Study The video that was observed was a three year child that was given a modified barium swallow. The child is diagnosed with a microdeletion of the twenty second chromosome. He also suffers from multiple heart defects, scoliosis, immune deficiencies, and developmental delays. The child s oral preparatory, oral transport, pharyngeal, and esophageal stages of swallowing were observed during the modified barium swallow. The child was first presented with a liquid. During the oral preparatory stage, the child closed his mouth when given the liquid and to prepare for the next stage of swallowing. The child did not complete the oral transport stage because the liquid remained in the oral cavity. The clinicians then proceeded to present the child ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. The Role Of The Women The role of the women in ministry is a controversial topic that has divided Christendom today. There are those who hold the fact that women have a right to positions in ministry while others are against following some quotations from the word of God. Those who hold the view of women becoming elders and preachers in churches today, protest the fact that we are all one before God. There is neither male nor female following Galatians 3: 26 28. This is to confidently assert the fact that the sexes are joint heirs with Christ of full salvation. Some are standing on the fact that God gave the Holy Spirit to His children including male and female for the propagation of His kingdom (I Corinthian 12:7). From the creation story in (Genesis ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Actually women played crucial role in the early church: they assisted in composing letters (Romans 16:22), carried apostles messages to local churches (I Cor. 4:17), sought to encouraged the believers on Paul s behalf (I Thes. 3:2), reported to Paul about the state of the churches under their care ( I Thes. 3:6) and some them hosted churches in their homes (I Cor. 16:19). We have to be like the Bereans to carefully study and be able to rightly divide. God does not change but He changes His administration in different dispensations. I do believe Paul was called as an apostle to the church the body of Christ, therefore whatever pattern he gave us as pertaining leadership in the church should be strictly followed without questions. There two main passages in the New Testament that Paul gives which might seem to be prohibition against the ministry of women I Corinthians 14:34; I Timothy 2:12). It will be good to go through theses scriptures and bring out the truth of what Paul intended. I Corinthians 14:34 35, Paul wrote: As in all the congregations of the saints, women should remain silent in the churches. Thy were not allowed to speak, but must be in submission, as the law says. If they want to know about something, they should ask their own husbands at home; for it is disgraceful for a woman to speak in church. I believe Paul made this statement due to the rampant disorder that was going on at the Corinthian church. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...