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How To Determine If I Should Use A Template Or Custom...
1. In order to determine if I should use a template or custom build a site, I would evaluate the needs
for the website first. For instance, if a website is small, needs to be changed constantly, and the
customer wants a website that looks like other business s, a template would be the best use because
one can implement a CMS like Wordpress. However, if a client needs to have more flexibility in terms
of usage and wants an overall better site/experience that in unique, a custom built website is the best
because a developer can tailor to the individual needs.
2. In an ideal world, a developer should have every tool available to them so they can produce only the
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Yet I was afraid to invest normally through an exchange because I had no idea how to. Instead I took
all three of these ideas and strung them together with code to create a machine learning algorithm that
can trade a cryptocurrency profitably. While the idea is not entirely original, it is done in the stock
market everyday, the way I went about doing/ thinking about it was creative. I saw a problem that I
needed to answer, so I used everything that I had around me to get to the answer.
4. If I were a lead for a project, my default management style would have to be pull. In todays market,
I feel it is more beneficial to be a pull manager because one is fostering the development of a team.
Instead of being looked up to for all the answers, the manager is a part of the team and helps create the
discussion on how do we solve the problem at hand. This style of management creates a lot of
interactions between employees which creates a sense of purpose and this leads to creative ideas being
offered because the employee is a part of something greater; usually these creative ideas are generally
the solutions a push manager would implement anyways. Pull management has a good deal of
secondary benefits when solving an issue, although it can take more time to solve the original problem
because of the long route. In a situation where a solution is needed right away, push
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Tzar Nicholas II Research Paper
Tzar Nicholas II
Tzar Nicholas II was born on 18 May 1868 in Tsarskoe Selo, Russia. Tzar Nicholas II inherited his
father s throne when Alexander III when he died in 1894.The autocrat was twenty six when his dad
died. One month later he married Princess Alexandra of Hesse Darmstadt. Alexandra, the
granddaughter of Queen Victoria. Once he ascended the throne, Nicholas II had to have children
quickly, in order to secure a future heir to the throne.Princess Alexandra preferred to spend the most of
her time at the .They had a daughter named Olga, in 1895. The next year,Tzar Nicholas II was
officially coronated. During a public celebration of the coronation thousands of people were
stampeded. Unaware, Nicholas II and Alexandra were joyful and they went on to celebrate the
coronation. The couple s unawareness made a poor first ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Next by a third, named Maria in 1899. And another, named Anastasia, in 1901. In 1904 Alexandra
gave birth to the male heir Alexei. The royal family was really happy because Alexiei was a boy.The
family s happiness soon ended when Alexei was diagnosed with hemophilia. On January 5, 1905,
Father George Gapon led a peaceful demonstration of workers in St. Petersburg. The demonstrators
protested to Nicholas II to improve working conditions, Troops opened fire on the demonstrators,
killing more than a thousand people in what would come to be called the infamous Bloody Sunday. In
reaction, indignant workers throughout Russia went on strike. Soon thousands of uprisings took place
and were suppressed by Nicholas II s troops, serving to further increase tensions.
During WWI, Russia encountered major defeats and was caused due to extreme poverty and high
inflation. The Russian public blamed Tzar Nicholas II for his poor military decisions, and Alexandra
for her little role in government. Because Alexandra was originally from Germany people thought that
she might have even sabotaged
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My Experience in the Military
Marcus Pennie Written Communication September 9, 2012 My darkest hour was also the moment I
became a man. When all my years of training, all the blood, sweat, and tears of running, aiming, skills
training, and hand to hand combat had finally been put to the test. My first kill. It wasn t a proud
moment but it was one on necessity and choice that I ve played over and over again and I still get the
same result. It would have gone exactly the same. September 21st 1999, 1327 Zulu time. We were
flying over Almaty, Kazakhstan. The rattling of the POS tin can they call an airplane was really
making me queasy. Man less than an hour before we land. It s not coming soon enough. I thought.
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I was holding up until the pain from the slice began to overwhelm me and I felt woozy. I felt like this
was it, I am going to lose my grip and this knife was about to go into my face. I quickly thought of
everything that would follow and everything that has happened to me up to that point in an instance.
Then as if a blessing from God, the door burst open and I redirected my focus to the door. So did he,
which was his mistake. I quick glanced back at him and noticed two things. His eyes were off of me
and his push weakened just for a second. The only second I needed. I pivoted my upper half to my
right and pulled his arm towards where my head once was, jamming the knife into the hardwood floor.
I brought my right elbow into his head and he toppled over. I reached for my side arm, rolled away, up
on to one side, aimed and fired twice. My pistol and eyes both rose up and to the left to the doorway
and fired three more times. Both enemies, cancelled. I took what seemed like an eternity to curse,
catch my breath and regroup myself. I stood up and realized the fight wasn t over. I still had to make it
to my unit. I made my way through the apartment I earlier crashed into, out into the hallway and back
up to the roof. I noticed insurgents on the rooftop directly behind me making half ass shots at me. I
leapt to the next
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Labor Movement Of The United States
Labor Resistance Throughout American history, many cultures have come to the United States in
search of a better life. Some cultural groups were brought here as indentured servants. In many cases
these different cultural groups have been separated from main stream culture, and have been exploited
for labor. Many of these people have become naturalized citizens, but were not subjected to the same
equality of the dominant Anglo Saxon race. Some individuals from these cultures began families, and
even though their children were born as American citizens, they were still treated as alien. A
comparison and contrast between four such cultures, African American, Asian American, Native
American, and Mexican American will demonstrate the oppression that these groups faced in terms of
labor and how they reacted. The Chinese and African people began to see a shift in how they were
used for labor or what type of labor they did. Due to the dwindling white indentured servants in
Virginia, and an increased demand for tobacco, Africans became a key source for labor for plantation
owners. (Sweet, 2004) During this time, punishment for Africans began to show more severity.
Another trend showed how plantation owners valued African workers over the white workers. This
value however, was demonstrated by much higher work quotas as well as longer times of required
service. These trends humiliate the Africans into enslavement. Slaves resistance to slavery came in
many forms. Resistance is
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Beethoven Symphony Essay
Tyler Martin
Advanced Orchestration
Symphony no. 5 in C minor Beethoven s intent behind this piece is creating diversity out of unity. The
unifying idea of the work is a series of three short notes followed by one long note. The diversity of
the simple unifying idea therein is generated by the use of timbral development techniques and
expansion of the orchestra; however, there are several performance practices and technical issues that
impact the work s total realization. The score referenced throughout this essay is the Kalmus
Miniature Orchestra Scores version. Beethoven takes his initial motif, which is quite simple, and
fleshes it out via timbral orchestration. Throughout each movement, he carefully places developmental
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The first appearance of the full original motif is in measure fourteen, made of three eighth notes and
an agogically emphasized eighth on the downbeat of the next measure. This particular rendition is
used throughout this movement to hold bring sections of it together on a macro level (mm. 21, 23, 30,
79 85, etc.). Various instruments throughout the movement also adapt three short notes as pick notes
or as set up sections for a string of lesser articulated notes(mm. 15 Violins, 76 77 Violin II and Viola,
etc.). For the first time in music history, movement three sees the emancipation of the low strings. The
introductory statement of the movement is not made with violin, high wind, or even viola; it is made
with the celli and basses. The two instruments lend a sort of dark cast to the line that sounds
anticipating, almost in a foreboding sense. The anticipation is met with the original motif at measure
nineteen played by horns and accompanied by strings, which is then texturally expanded into the
entire orchestra, much like it has been at time in the previous two movements (mm. 19 44). This
movement, again conveniently in three, allows the motif to be interwoven throughout in much the
same way as the second movement while the theme from the beginning measures is also developed.
Further diversity is generated through the use of
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Cannabis Argumentative Essay
A recreational toy for some, and a life changing medicine for others: which is the real face of such a
notorious substance? Cannabis, like many other psychoactive drugs, has been a prominent thorn in
society s side since the start of the twentieth century and perhaps even from before. Should we
continue to view it as we have, or do we take recent discoveries into account and turn over a new leaf?
According to current statistics, cannabis is the most widely used illegal drug in the UK. Interestingly,
however, cannabis is not a plant native to the British Isles. It has been theorised that the plant,
stemming from Continental Europe, was introduced towards the end of the Roman Occupation. Yet,
little is known about its early uses. Surviving ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Hemp produced more durable fibres than stinging nettles or flax, and made it ideal for use in ropes,
nets, and canvas. This feature was all the more supplemented by the method of cultivation. If hemp
was sown close together, the individual plants needed to compete with each other for light. As such,
they would be forced to grow taller than their competition, resulting in long stems high in cellulose.
As England s navy grew, so too did the demand for hemp. In 1533, King Henry VIII compelled
landlords to set aside 1/240th of their tillable land to the growing of hemp; thereby ensuring an
adequate supply of fibre. Elizabeth I increased the production yet again, and even went as far as to
impose a fine of £5 (around $2000 USD) on any eligible landlord who refused to grow it.
Eventually, however, the demand had increased to the extent that the British Isles were no longer able
to supply an adequate volume of hemp. Indeed, this was one of the main forces behind the British
drive to colonize new lands. Its hardiness and ease of cultivation made it ideal for growth in the
colonies. Moreover, the ships that transported supplies and protected these colonies also increased the
demand. After countless months of travel these ships would need repair. On average, each ship would
have had its two hundred tonnes of rigging and sailcloth replaced every two
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Informative Essay On Being A Paramedic
Flight medic is a very hard job, its not easy to be a hero but in the end it was worth the hard work. A
Flight Medics job is to save people, 99% of their patients are usually very injured and in very much
need of medical attention were an ambulance would be too slow to transport them. This job is a
resemblance to being an EMT and a paramedic. Flight medics are also first responders, the only
difference is that they get to ride a helicopter and have a little bit more training than EMT and
paramedics do, if needed they can also put iv fluids and give certain medications that EMT can do.
Like all first responder Flight bedics are CPR certified, they have many gadgets that could save many
lives and care for injuries. Its very important for them to observe the patient and find out who s/he is
so when they get to the hospital the doctors know exactly what to do. ... Show more content on
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Before you can get on the road to become a successful flight medic you will need to have your
diploma. You will also need your EMT certification which you can take a five month class which you
can start when you re 16. another easy thing to get you up and running is to become CPR certified.
There is many places that give free classes, you also need 400 hours of instruction till you become an
EMT. To become one step higher need 1200 hours of classes to become a paramedic and or flight
medic which can lead to your bachelors degree. You also need to take a class called scope of practice
we re you will learn how to stitch wounds and learn about
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Assessment of Therapeutic Effects of Subcutaneous...
Background and Objective: Neurologic literatrure about therapeutic effect of subcutaneous
corticosteroids in patients with migrainous chronic daily headache is scare. Aim of this research is
assessment of therapeutic effects of this management in the patients.
Methods: Consecutive patients with migrainous chronic daily headache in our headache clinic
enrolled a prospective before and after therapeutic study during 2010 2013. Fourty mg
Metylprednisolone was divided in four subcutaneous injection doses. Two injections were done in
right and left suboccipital area exactly at retromastoid cervicocranial junction and two injections were
performed in lower medial frontal area exactly at medial right and left eye brow limit. A headache
daily was filled out by the patient before and one month after intervention. The severity of pain was
classified based on the Pain Intensity Instrument, using a 0 to 10 point numeric rating scale. Paired t
test and Chi square served for statistical analysis.
Results: 504 patients (378 females, 126 males) with migrainous chronic daily headache underwent the
study. Dramatic, significant, moderate and mild or no improvement constituted 28.6%, 33.3%, 23.8%,
and 14.3% of the post treatment courses respectively. Therapeutic effect of intervention on mean pain
scores was significant; t=7.38, df=20, p=.000. Two cases developed subcutaneous fat atrophy in
frontal injection site and 3 cases experienced syncope during injection.
Conclusion: Subcutaneous
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Immigrant Contribution
The 2 exerts, A Quilt of a Country and The Immigrant Contribution are total opposites but have to
same meaning behind them. A Quilt of a Country focuses more on the places immigrants come from
and how they all make American culture. Although The Immigrant Contribution focuses more on what
immigrants brought to the U.S., and how it changed our country. But together they have a totally
different meaning behind them, that no matter where we come from, what we look like, or how
important our contributions are we are all American. In the area of religion, all the major American
faiths were brought to this country from abroad. (Kennedy26). All of our ancestors have come from
some place other than North America, with so many differents ways of
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Pros And Cons Of Being A Tulalane
Just picturing myself as a Tulane student gives me shivers. Tulane boasts that of the most prestigious
colleges: distinguished faculty, intimate class sizes and a campus graced with abundant greenery. All
of these elements are very attractive to me as a student, but what is that captivates me? The
philanthropic nature of every student.
Hello and thank you for attending the general assembly of 2040, I am proud to announce we have
developed a new potent plan to decrease global poverty. I have thought about this moment for many
years, and finally it is here. In this moment, I, Yaa Amissah Aidoo, am addressing the general
assembly of the United Nations as the first ever woman secretary general. I dream of becoming a
leader who makes the world
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Informative Speech On Hypnotism
Specific Purpose: As a result of my speech, my audience will know the background and realistic uses
of hypnotism today.
Central Idea: Hypnotism is not just a cool magic trick but an effect psychological therapy.
Introduction:
(Attention getter) Picture someone waving a pocket watch back and forth in front of someone s face,
your first thought is that that person is being hypnotized, right? That s because that s what we all grew
up seeing in cartoons and cheesy movies. Most people don t expect that hypnotism is more than a
performance act involving a pocket watch or magician. (Credibility) But according to the APA
(American Psychology Association) hypnosis is a form of treatment for a number of psychological
and medical conditions with the most researched area being in pain relief. (central idea) Hypnotism is
not just a cool stage trick but an effect form of psychological therapy. (preview statement) Today, I
will explain to you what hypnotism is, how it came to be, and the practical uses of it today. ... Show
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Body:
I. The history of hypnotism had evolved greatly since the concept was first introduced.
A. Franz Mesmer was the first person to introduce the idea of hypnosis in the 18th century.
1. His idea of hypnosis centered around magnetism which was later disproven but essentially, he
believed a magnetic force flowed through the hypnotist to the person being hypnotized. Coined the
term mesmerize
2.
B. James Braid coined the term hypnosis hypnotism
1. He coined this term after the Greek god Hypnos of sleep.
2. Developed that hypnosis was a
C. The phenomenon of hypnotism interested many physicians.
1. Hypnotism became accepted as a combination of psychologically mediated responses to
suggestions.
2.
Transition: Now that we ve laid a foundation down with the history, let s talk about what hypnosis
really
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Who Is Kitcher Inescapable Eugenics
I support the guidelines outlined by Kitcher for the use of genetic information because of their
responsible and ethical nature. I believe that future generations will benefit as a direct consequence of
these guidelines. I shall begin by defining eugenics as the study of human genetics to improve
inherited characteristics of the human race by the means of controlled selective breeding.
Chapter 8 of Kitcher s novel, Inescapable Eugenics, identifies past abuses of eugenics resulting from
inaccurate, misleading information; abuses that include dominant groups using eugenics to
discriminate against other undesirable groups.
In 1933, the Nazi s exercised eugenics as a direct way to rid individuals who were portrayed as unfit
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By the conditions above, Kitcher states one main precondition. This precondition is the ability to form
a sense of self in order to set one s own personal values and to also take course of ones future path of
life . In Kitcher s point of view, the use of genetic information concerning embryos or fetuses is
permissible if and only if Fragile X, Lesch Nyhan, neurofibromatosis, and other similar severe
syndromes prevent even a modest quality of life . Under these circumstances, Kitcher justifies the
need for the use of genetic information to restore the ability to attain a decent quality of life and to
have the ability to satisfy desires that individual s value. Kitcher rejects relying on objective science, a
science that sometimes falsely labels diseases according to society views and biases. For example,
masturbation and homosexuality were falsely labeled as disorders. The outcomes of objective science
are unreliable and bring about social prejudices instead of promoting health and life .
A moral justification for genetic treatment is only as accurate as the justification of disease. In the
realms of objective science and the use of genetic testing, Kitcher argues that the basis for terminating
a pregnancy due to a severe syndrome can also lead to the basis for termination due to an undesired
sex or possibly even homosexuality. Ultimately, Kitcher supports only a minimalist approach to the
use of
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The State Of The United States Lotteries
In the United States, lotteries are coordinated by the legislature amid the colonial and revolutionary
period to raise assets which would be used to support infrastructure, bridges and schools. Amid the
post civil war, Congress authorized a progression of preventive policies which banned lottery
activities. From 1895 to 1963, each state banned lotteries and vetoed them as a source of
compensation. Consequently, in 1963, the state lottery was reinstated as a government, enterprise and
an origin of income by the state of New Hampshire. In many states the administration runs the lottery
as an imposing business model on a substantial scale for organized gambling. The only legal
competition that the lottery has, is with other state governments, ... Show more content on
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The profit from managing the state lottery is measured as a tax on tickets sold for 60% of the public
adults that play (Hyman, 2014, p397).
When the soldiers had crucified Jesus, they divided his clothes among the four of them. They also
took his robe, but it was seamless, woven in one piece from top to bottom. So they said, Rather than
tearing it apart, let s throw dice for it. This fulfilled the Scripture that says, They divided my garments
among themselves and threw dice for my clothing. So that is what they did (John 19:23 24 NLT)
Lotteries are in a general sense not the same as other gambling in one essential way: they are afforded
only by the state. The lottery is more than a disputable approach to add a minimal expenditure to state
capitals. Some may argue that lotteries are a tax on the underprivileged, a tax on individuals who are
mathematically challenged, even a tax on the stupid, but most people don t actually believe the lottery
is a tax. According to Henry Fielding Lotteries are taxable, upon all the fools in creation; And Heav n
be praised, it is easily raised, Credulity s always in Fashion; For, Folly s a Fund, will never lose
Ground; While Fools are so rife in the Nation (Henry Fielding, 1989, p 215). As stated by Business
Insider lotteries are regressive taxes on underprivileged individuals, in that a ticket costs somewhat
more for a deprived individual than a wealthy individual, and punitive taxes on poor people and
uneducated
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The Effects Of Static Frictional Force On The Motion Of...
8.0 Discussion
8.1 Analysis of Results
By analysing the data obtained from the experiment, two main trends were identified. Excluding
surface B (desk), the first trend observed showed that the amount of static frictional force resisting the
motion of the wooden block was substantially greater when the object was placed on a rough surface,
as opposed to when it was placed on a smooth surface.
This is understood through the numerical data compiled in Table 7.1, which indicates that surface A
(tiles) considered to be the smoothest surface in the experiment only had a friction coefficient value of
0.2401, whilst surface C (wood) considered to be the roughest surface indicated a much higher
coefficient value of 0.432. These results were found to correspond with almost all surfaces tested, with
surface D (carpet) found to have the second lowest coefficient value of 0.2477, and surface E
(bitumen), being found to have a much higher static friction coefficient value similar to that of wood
of 0.4233. This trend is further visualised in Graph 7.2, where the gradient line of Ff (rise) over Fn
(run) represents the coefficient of friction of each material the steeper the gradient, the higher the
coefficient value. Excluding surface B, the results gathered from the more rigid surfaces in the
experiment ( C E) are seen to form steeper gradients when plotted on the graph than the results
gathered by the smooth surfaces (B D), hence signifying that rougher materials
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The Woman Warrior Essay
Assignment 3
Question #1: Thinking in terms of the actual controversies surrounding The Woman Warrior, in Chin s
parodic essay what is Frenchtown a direct reference to? Who are the Chinese in his essay paralleled to
in U.S. culture?
Answer: Frenchtown is a direct reference to the people whom have criticised the book The Woman
Warrior. These people have criticised his similiar story The Unmanly Warrior . This connection makes
this story parallel to The Woman Warrior. To elaborate more, the myth of Joan of Arc is similar to the
myth of Fa Mu Lan. This story, like the story of Fa Mu Lan is a figment of pure imagination. The
similar essay describes a little french girl who is living in China and her perspective on life being
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Firstly, think about why Chin would have such a vehement response to Kingston s fictionalizations.
What might he think is at stake in representing or rewriting the story of Fa Mu Lan in the way that
Kingston does? Do you agree or disagree with critics who have faulted the novel for its
mistranslations, interpretations of folklore, inauthenticity, and
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Biography Of Louis Armstrong
Louis Armstrong was born on August 4th 1901 in New Orleans. He lived in a bad area called The
Battlefield. His family was very poor and he dropped out of school in the 5th grade to start working.
He sung as a street musician, sold coal, collected junk, and more. He worked for a Jewish family, the
Karnofskys, and they became friends. The Karonfskys often invited him over for meals and
encouraged his singing. In 1912, on New Years Eve, he fired his stepfather s gun at the sky and was
immediately arrested. Armstrong was sent to Colored Waif s Home for Boys. There he received his
first official cornet lessons. He started to play with small bands in local clubs, at funerals, at parades,
and more. He earned a reputation as an excellent musician
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The Importance Of Deep Cryogenic Treatment
In a study by (González, Rodríguez et al. 2017) the influence of deep cryogenic treatment followed by
a double tempering at 150°C on the erosive wear resistance of high velocity oxy fuel (HVOF) WC
10Co 4Cr coating was evaluated. Austenitic 304 stainless steel plates (400 mm_95 mm_7 mm) were
used as substrates. Agglomerated and sintered WC 10Co 4Cr Praxair spherical powder with particle
size ranging between 20 and 45 µm was used as feedstock. The coatings were fabricated by the HVOF
spray process using their own deposition parameters. Cryogenically treated coatings displayed better
erosive resistance at low impact angles such as 30° and both particle impact testing velocities i.e.100
m/s and 130 m/s. In contrast, at higher angles between ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Also, refined layers with nano grains (grain size of approximately 40 nm) were formed in the
cryogenically burnished surface, in which an average hardness increase of 9.5%, 17.5% and 24.8%
within the 200 m depth are achieved in comparison with the hardness values obtained from dry
burnishing, at the corresponding burnishing speeds of 25, 50 and 100 m/min. Refined surface layers
with ultra fine grains or nano grains could be generated during the burnishing process due to imposed
severe plastic deformation and the associated dynamic recrystallization (DRX). These harder layers
with compressive residual stresses induced by the burnishing process also provide added benefits by
enhancing wear/corrosion resistance and increasing the fatigue life of the components. (Tillmann,
Hollingsworth et al. 2015) suggested the thermally sprayed fine structured WC 12Co coatings finished
by ball burnishing and grinding as an innovative approach to protect forming tools against wear.
Thermal spraying is presented as a cost efficient and more flexible approach to protect the surface of
forming tools against wear.. The planar samples were used to ascertain the sliding and rolling wear
behavior within two standardized test methods (Ball on Disc and Taber Abraser tests). The coated dies
were smoothened by ball burnishing as well as grinding and afterwards
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Masculinity And Style In Hemingway And Carver
Masculinity and Style in Hemingway and Carver. The following will present the themes of
masculinity in relation to style in Raymond Carver and Ernest Hemingway. Both are major figures of
20th century US fiction, and both write about characters that struggle with male or masculine identity
and social expectations. These struggles often mean that other characters in their stories are the
victims. In other words, the problems that the characters experience, are both internalized but also
externalized toward others and this will be examined with specific author selections. It will be argued
in the following that there is a minimalism recognized at many levels of the style for both authors, but
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There is workplace degradation that happens to male characters in Carver stories, and these characters
are in turn, viewed as expressing these personal frustrations on those around them (Hall 177).
Hemingway wrote extensively about a character that will be examined in the following named Nick
Adams, and their own biographical parallel is a First World War experience that results in a dynamic
that gets played over and over. The character of Nick Adams like the figure of Hemingway, had to
return to a world after a shattering emotional war experience, and a good dimension of that world is
defined by the male expectations of it. The following will examine the theme of masculinity in
relation to style using two specific RC short stories. Cathedral and Why Don t you dance? are very
similar in structure and are useful for comparison. Both characters involve the dynamic of a couple
with a challenged relationship who encounter another male. In both stories, it is a younger couple, and
in both stories, the older male is partially defined by some eccentric and important features. In
Cathedral , the blind friend of a wife and her husband meet for the first time and there is a tension
between the couple over a few differences of expectations. In Why Don t you dance? , a young couple
walking along together encounter an older man who has
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The Relationship Between Gender And Power In A Streetcar...
The relationship between gender and power in A Street Car Named Desire
In the play A Streetcar Named Desire, author Tennessee Williams creates a strong relationship
between gender and power, and asserts that when both are unchecked and combined a force is created
which leads people to have no remorse while pursuing their desires. When the four main characters of
the play interact we see how this force is detrimental to the weaker characters. Being both immensely
masculine and powerful causes Stanley to torment the other main characters while chasing what he
wants. While Blanche possesses a domineering personality she is not masculine meaning society does
not grant her the same level of power Stanley possesses, allowing him to triumph over her. Mitch is
masculine but does not boast enough confidence to be powerful, and is therefore bullied and
manipulated by Stanley. As Stella is neither masculine nor confident and powerful, she falls victim to
repeated physical and emotional abuse by Stanley. With his overly masculine and domineering
personality, Stanley is a prime example of a top ranking alpha male. If his authority is challenged, he
responds violently to reinforce his position as the superior being. Williams depicts Stanley as an
extremely macho man who enjoys heartiness with men, his drink and food and games, his car, his
radio, everything that is his, that bears his emblem of the gaudy seed bearer (Sc. 1, P. 16) and is the
commander of his household. Additionally,
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The Fly By Katherine Mansfield
The story The Fly, n by Katherine Mansfield in 1922, paints the picture of an old man who referred to
as the boss, who is grieving from some sort of tragic event that happened to him. Continuing to read
through the story, the narrator goes on to inform the reader that the boss son was killed in World War I,
and that the boss is still reeling from the death of his son. From a little hinted symbolism we can
connect that the fly itself represents the grief that the boss is going through, while the inkwell and life
are two of the same, and that the ink blots are the boss attempts at trying to fight the grief that has
overcome his life due to the tragic event that transpired. When the narrator first talks about the fly, it is
at the moment that the boss is looking at the photograph of his son and talking about how he passed
away six years earlier. The fly is said to have fallen into his broad ink pot, and was trying feebly but
desperately to clamber out again. The fly is seen as trying to get out of the pot. Very feebly, the boss
helps the fly out of the pot with his pen. The fly in this story comes to represent the boss that the grief
is going through because no matter how hard the fly tries to get out of the pot by itself, it could not
without a little bit of help. Unlike Woodifield, who got over the death of his son, unlike Macey, who
was not close to the son, the boss could not get over the death of his son. In addition, we are told that
the boss has been
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Clare s Chocolates
1. Identify three key characteristics of the marketing concept. (150 words)
The first characteristic is to satisfy the majority of customers, Clare chocolate have to find out who
have a need for their product and also who is most likely to buy it, they need to consider the following
factors, age, gender and other factors in order to determine how their products would fit into the
customers lifestyle. The second characteristic would be identifying their customer s needs and finding
out what a customer would be looking for in Clare Chocolate products, by doing this Clare Chocolate
would have to use customer focus groups, surveys/questionnaires and gather this information based on
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By doing this they need to gather Information about best products, find out pricing strategy, measure
the best price compared to other similar products and also promote product market research is very
important to satisfy customers.
There 2 field of market research techniques Clare s Chocolate can use one is quantitative data where
the most common sources of quantitative data include:
Surveys, Observations, Secondary data
And the Second one is Qualitative Data which include:
Interviews, Focus groups, Secondary data, Observations,
Clare s chocolate used observation technique where they research that majority of customers are
women s in age group of 25 50
5. Explain the process of market segmentation and targeting, and the benefits of segmentation and
targeting to Clare s Chocolates. (150 words)
Market segmentation is gathering of potential buyers into groups, that have common needs and it will
help you to market your products and services effectively. So that you have more understanding how
to market your products and
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Justification Of Agreement Research Paper
Cashel McCarthy
ECON 240
Justification of Agreement
December
WTO GAMMA Round Malaysia s Trade Agreements
Malaysia is one of the fastest growing and most open economies of our decade (World Bank 2017). Its
geographical location plays a large role in this. Malaysia neighbors Singapore, Thailand, and borders
the Gulf of Thailand and the Malacca Straight. The east and west sides of the country are completely
exposed to bodies of water and near the global trade route which enhances the country s accessibility
and facilitates development and foreign trade. Malaysia s GDP is 296.4 billion USD (2016 WB) and is
expected, by the OECD to grow at 4.2% in 2017.
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Skilled workers are managers, professionals, and technicians and associate professionals. The
production of integrated circuits in Malaysia demands semi skilled workers, reinforcing that labor is
Malaysia s abundant factor of production resulting the country s comparative advantage in electronic
integrated systems.
EVIDENCE:
According to the H O model countries export products that use their abundant and cheap factors of
production and import goods that use the countries scarce factors. In the case of Malaysia, it is
electronic integrated circuits. As stated before, it amounts to 40% of the country s total exports.
Although Malaysia s comparative advantage is in manufacturing electronic goods, its productivity is
decreasing. Malaysia s comparative advantage good does not fully align with the Heckscher Ohlin
(HO) Model which suggests that trade occurs between countries that have different resources where
one is labor abundant and the other capital abundant. In the case of Malaysia and its three major trade
partners who are capital abundant exports the same good that they import from Malaysia which is
labor abundant..
Although manufactured goods are where the comparative advantage lies, the country s productivity is
slowly decreasing and is being overrun by foreign competitors. This is due to the global economy
slowdown Malaysia has struggled to upgrade its industrial sector
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Case Study Of Nokia
BRIEF ON CENTRAL ISSUE/ MAIN FOCUS AREA
Due to continuous innovation in technologies, cost of production has been reduced drastically and has
caused the emergence of new devices in the global handset market and competition among companies
have been increased heavily for survival. It has forced companies to change their business strategies.
Few big companies acquired small companies to increase their market share, few followed a brand
extension strategy by launching new products and hence increased their market penetration. For this
reason, an integration between Microsoft and Nokia, two market leaders in their own rights, may
create new opportunities to challenge the market.
This acquisition and consolidated case study discusses the acquisition of Nokia by Microsoft.
Throughout this case study, we will try to explore following key aspects in the aforesaid consolidation
between Microsoft and Nokia, as per the scenario of 2010 11:
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The alike is tried through side by side short liners given in Appendix A.
SWOT ANALYSIS INFORMATION
A SWOT analysis (alternatively SWOT matrix) is a structured planning method used to evaluate the
strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats involved in a project or in a business venture.
SWOT analysis helps a marketer or decision maker to evaluate thoroughly the difficulties/challenges
involved in the project and helps in taking a decision to change in strategy.
NOKIA s SWOT analysis
Strengths :
 Nokia s brand value. It is one of the most popular brands across world.
 Easy to use phones.
 Have advanced technology in manufacturing handheld devices and in multinational mobile network
through Nokia Siemens Network.
 Mobile for all in all the price ranges.
 Nokia Phones had a high resale value Weaknesses :
 Poor Management.
 Lack in
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Two Different Philosophical Views in Grendel and Beowulf...
Beowulf and Grendel are two tales similar in many ways, yet different from each other. These stories
are like a coin; you cannot have one side without the other. Just as the sides of a coin share the same
coin, these stories share a similar plot, a setting, and tell of the same events. The sides of a coin also
have differences as do Beowulf and Grendel. In the case of these two tales this difference is in their
respective philosophical views. Beowulf portrays the philosophical views of life that many people still
regard today. Those views helped to shape and define the ideal Dane in their culture. For example, the
traits looked for among the Danes were honesty, bravery, and humility. These three requirements in
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In contrast to the Danes of Beowulf , Grendel searched for his very reason of existence by asking the
questions Why? and How? for answers. Grendel started off in the book struggling with finding
meaning in his life while watching the people clearly doing things that gave their lives meaning. He
became upset as he saw that he couldn t deter their spirits no matter what he did and started to feel
jealous of their self found purpose. He realized that through various ways the people attained meaning.
In response to his confusion over their self discovered purpose, Grendel started listening to the Shaper
s words when he spoke to the people shaping their very beliefs which confused Grendel even more on
the meaning of life. After listening to the Shaper for a while, readers can see Grendel in a state of
contradiction. He started off killing people as a simple, bestial monstrosity but in the end he is shown
as quite intelligent and capable of choosing whether to kill or not. Soon, Grendel started seeking
answers to his questions from a dragon. The dragon s very philosophy on life was that there is no
meaning of life which started to influence Grendel. Upon Grendel s persistent questions of Why? , the
dragon told him You improve them, my boy! Can t you see that yourself? You stimulate them! You
make them think and scheme...You are, so to speak, the brute existent by which they learn to define
themselves
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The First And Only President Of The Philippine Republic
The Philippine Republic The First Philippine Republic popularly known as Malolos Republic was
inaugurated at the Barosoain Church on January 23, 1899. This was also the first republic in Asia.
Emilio Aguinaldo took his oath of office as the President of the Republic. He stated the aspiration of
the nation to live under the democratic regime of the Philippine Republic, free from the yoke of
foreign domination . The people rejoiced; appropriate festivities marked the day throughout the land.
1. Emilio Aguinaldo (1899 1901)
The first and only president of the First Republic (Malolos Republic)
signed the Pact of Biak na Bato, creating a truce between the Spanish and Philippine revolutionaries
known as the President of the Revolutionary Government
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Ferdinand E Marcos (1965 1986)
Was Senate President for three years
Was president of the Philippines for 21 years
first president to win 2nd term
declared martial law on September 22, 1972
Achievements (1964 1969):
Immediate construction of roads, feeder roads and permanent bridges,
A generator with an electric power capacity of one million kilowatts (1,000,000 kW),
Water services to eight regions and 38 localities
Revitalized the judiciary, the national defense posture and the fight against smuggling, criminality, and
graft and corruption in the government
Mobilized the manpower and resources of the Armed Forces of the Philippines
Hired technocrats and highly educated persons to form part of the cabinet
North Diversion Road (now, North Luzon Expressway) was constructed with the help of the AFP
engineering construction battalion
Vietnam War; over 10,450 Filipino soldiers were sent to South Vietnam under the designation of
Philippines Civil Affairs Assistance Group (PHLCAAG)
Events During (1969 1972)
Re elected because of his impressive performance
Philippines experienced higher inflation rate and devaluation of the Philippine peso in
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Essay On Trial Jury
Trial Jury Essay Thoughtout the trial of the jury, I ve saw all three characters stand against their case
and try to defend their case. Even though, the character and defense attorney give great evidence
against the reason on committing sin. The prosecutors did a well job of giving opposing side of the
defendant. This caused me to wonder which out the the three characters committed the greatest sin.
The First defendant, Hester Prynne was a wife of Roger Chillingworth. though her testimony, she
gives a brief summary to concluded that he was irresponsible husband. Based on him just leaving
Hester and getting drunk with his friends when he s gone away. While that main thing that the
defendants says, is that she committed this sin based on thinking that Chillingworth was dead. Thus,
Hester went out with Dimmesdale unknowing that Chillingworth was still alive somewhere in the
forest. This what makes Hester sin innocent that she made. Meanwhile, the prosecutor s states that she
consistently doesn t let Chillingworth see Peral and was trying to hide her sin from her real husband,
even though it against the law to break one of the holy commandments. The Second defendant, Arthur
Chillingworth was away from Hester for years. He did this in research in medicine with the Native ...
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Though it was a close tie with Hester. Dimmesdale knew that by participating in having sexual
relationships with Hester was something that a reverend shouldn t be doing even if she didn t had a
husband in the first place. Dimmesdale as a reverend and having a special duty to follow the path of
enlightenment and not to commit sin to make it heaven was a fail task for dimmesdale to do. The
Temptation that Dimmesdale received on committing this sin was a challenge that Dimmesdale must
face and walk away. But he committed this sin and he shall now face the consequences that he knew
that the wrong thing to
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The Golden Ass Literary Analysis
The beloved tale of Cupid and Psyche takes up a large portion of The Golden Ass, relative to the other
anecdotal interludes. Given the central placement, length and style, many readers have questioned its
relevance to the overarching story. Is it an artistic interlude providing a reprieve from harsher
circumstances, like the long description of Achilles shield in the Iliad, or does it advance the story?
While it is tempting to view the tale as an artistic interlude, the Tale of Cupid and Psyche perpetuates
the demonization of women in The Golden Ass, draws parallels between Psyche and Lucius, and
foreshadows the tragic fate of Charitë. Firstly, in the story of Cupid and Psyche, Psyche s two sisters
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For example, he describes the heart of the baker s wife as a regular cesspool and he continuous to
describe her as malicious, cruel, spiteful, lecherous, drunken, selfish, obstinate, [and] as mean in her
petty thefts as she was wasteful in her grand orgies (The Golden Ass tr. Graves, 203). The description
of her heart as a cesspool, attacks the very nature of the women; in her heart, at her core, she was a
filthy, contemptable being. His following list of insults, further emphasizes his strong disdain for her.
Likewise, Apuleius uses Psyche s two sisters to further his wicked characterization of women. The
younger of Psyche s two sisters asserts that she will be ashamed to call [herself] a woman if she does
not see Psyche toppled down from her pinnacle... and flung into the gutter (109). Here, the sister
equates being a woman with taking violent, jealous action against her own flesh and
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Analysis Of Husky Energy Inc.
Husky Energy Inc. is a recognizable company to many Canadians. Most people just know it as The
Husky and see it as just merely an oil company operated through North America. Although Husky
Energy Inc. is centred in Alberta and Saskatchewan, it is a worldwide enterprise. China, Greenland,
and Libya all have Husky Energy within their countries (Husky Energy Inc.). Now privately owned,
the business value is at 28 billion as of October 2009 (Warnock, 1) and continues to growing
exponentially. They are continuing expansion, becoming much more than a gas and oil supplier. They
understand the changes are essential in being a successful corporation. A company facing as much
competition as this energy company must conduct E Scans to decipher ... Show more content on
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It is used as an investable stock, where you can become a shareholder in the company and receive a
dividend from Husky. That is their mission: To maximize returns to shareholders in a socially
responsible manner (Warnock, 2). Their goal is to grow from continued increase in value from their
shares without being fiscally negligent while doing so. They want people to pay for their company
shares and this is there carrot for doing so. They are on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSE) as HSE
and are valued at $22.68 (11:21AM 10/15/15) but were peaked early in the year at nearly $30 per
share (The Globe and Mail Stock Quote). Husky Energy Inc. is a company that produces several
different forms of energy but most specifically known for their crude oil work. They do work with
natural gas and several different kinds of oil (Warnock, 1). They are well known for their gas and
diesel sales as the Husky or Husky Truck Stop gas bars. They began as a small oil refinery back in
1938 out of Cody, Wyoming, U.S (History). Their growth began slowly, but 1970 s, they had grown
nationally, were able to be sold on the stock market in North America, and exceeded 1 billion dollars
in value (History). Natural gas is becoming a huge player in the Husky Energy Inc. plan as they have
natural gas asset Liwan valued at 6.5 billion split at 49/51 with China s CNOOC Ltd. (Catteneo). The
relationship between CNOOC has been going on for many years thanks to their current owner. The
value of the
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Importance Of Pollution Prevention Act 1990
THE BARRIERS TO EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE POLLUTION PREVENTION
ACT OF 1990
BABAJIDE DARE FAGBOLA
American Military University
EVSP411: Environmental Policy, Regulation, and law
Prof: Lisa Browning
NOVEMBER, 2017
The Pollution Prevention Act 1990 (PPA) came into existence in order to raise the interest in reducing
pollution from the source or in another word Pollution Prevention in a way which encourages efficient
cost reduction practice from the source.
This policy by the United State according to this act mandated that pollution be prevented and most
especially reduced from the source. It further states that, in an instance where pollution in unavoidably
or unable to be prevented, then recycling of such waste should be done considering the safety and well
being of the environment and the people. In a case where it is not possible to prevent pollution or
recycled, such need to be treated in a safe manner to protect to reduce any hazardous environment
(Burnett, 2000).
The act explains source reduction as such practice that will reduce the quality of all hazardous
substance, pollution or any contaminant that enters waste stream or that is released to the environment
before it is recycled, treated or disposed. It is a means to reduce any hazards caused to the health of
the public and the ecosystem in connection with the release of any pollutant.
PPA empowered EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) to develop and co ordinate all pollution
prevention strategies
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Identity In Romeo And Juliet
William Shakespeare wrote many plays, including Romeo and Juliet. The real title of the play is The
Extraordinary and Lamentable Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet takes place Verona in
the mid 1300 s. The idea of identity heavily impacts the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. By the end of
the play, family affiliation, gender, social class, and age all contribute to the tragedy of the play. Today
s idea of identity is drastically different than the 1300 s, but at the same time, they are very much
fraternal. In Romeo and Juliet, Romeo and Juliet s families were enemies, this caused them to have
forbidden love for one another. At the masquerade ball, Romeo and Juliet danced together, when
Romeo left, Juliet asked the Nurse who he was and the Nurse ... Show more content on
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Lord Capulet is Juliet s father and he says, Go you to Juliet ere you go to bed. Prepare her, wife,
against this wedding day (Act 4, Scene 4, Page 2, Line 32 33). Lord Capulet tells his wife and
daughter what to do and they are expected to bow down to him and listen to him. Lord Capulet tells
his wife that Juliet is getting married to Paris, and for her to go and tell Juliet the news. Lord Capulet
does not ask Juliet if she wants to marry Paris, he tells her that she is going to marry him and Juliet
does not agree, Ere he, that should be husband, comes to woo.I pray you, tell my lord and father,
madam, I will not marry yet. And when I do, I swear It shall be Romeo, whom you know I hate,
Rather than Paris. (Act 3, Scene 5, Page 6, Lines 119 123). In this part of the play, Lord and Lady
Capulet think that Juliet despises Romeo for killing her cousin, but Romeo and Juliet are married.
Since women are supposed to do what their fathers tell them to do, Juliet is supposed to marry Paris,
but her father does not know that she went behind his back to marry Romeo. The idea of being a
woman in the 1300 s contributes to the drama and tragedy of the
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Critical Infrastructure Paper
Critical Infrastructure
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Keith Summerall
September 6th, 2015
Abstract
America s critical infrastructure encompasses a large number of sectors such as agriculture, food,
water, public health and emergency sectors as well as providing the essential goods and services
Americans need to survive.
Critical Infrastructure
Protecting America s critical infrastructure and key assets is a formidable challenge. Our
technologically complex society creates an infinite amount of potential targets. It is pretty much
impossible to protect all of our assets all of the time.
There are thousands of critical infrastructure assets spread across the country and it is a monumental
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Risk can be defined as R=f(C, V, T). R stands for the level of risk and helps to establish priority for a
critical infrastructure asset. C stands for the consequences of an attack on a particular target in terms
of general public health. V is an assessment of the vulnerability of a target. Some targets are more
easily attacked than others (Gaines and Kappeler, 2012). T stands for the likelihood that a target will
be attacked. Once security goals have been established and risk has been assessed the next thing to do
is establish security priorities. This should help planning and coordination between agencies with the
allocation of resources. A larger amount of resources will be needed for assets with higher risk than
the others. Prevention and mitigation efforts include various processes and security approaches or a
combination of measures. This process will help to provide substantial information relative to securing
critical infrastructure assets as well as implementing cost effective security measures (Gaines and
Kappeler,
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The Setting In The Most Dangerous Game
A man falls overboard and is lost at sea. He washes up on a strange island with no means of escape
and no possible way of contacting anyone to rescue him. He is trapped on the island. This is one way
the setting of The Most Dangerous Game enhances the plot by adding suspense, action and mystifying
image in the readers of the setting and adding an atmosphere of mystery.
The first area that the setting enhances the plot is in the feeling of suspense in the story. If the story
hadn t taken in a place with thick forest, a large swamp, and most of all being on an island, this story
wouldn t have as interesting or suspenseful as it is. Since the setting is on an island with only
Rainsford and Zaroff, this gives a feeling of being trapped. As there is no escape but if the story was
on the mainland there would be a much easier means of escape. The forest also adds greatly to the
plot, as without the forest Rainsford could not have hid as well as he did, set many traps to help even
odds, and beat the Zaroff at his own game and ambush him in his own home. Without these key
setting pieces, The Most Dangerous Game would have been a much duller story.
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The mystery the setting gives to the story is one of the major plot components that keeps The Most
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If the setting hadn t been on the ocean in the beginning, it would have been impossible for Rainsford
to have ever fallen overboard and wash up on Zaroff s island. If Rainsford had never washed up on the
island, there never would have been a hunt and the event that happen during the hunt. Without the
setting being a thick overgrown jungle, Rainsford would have never been able to survive for as long as
he did. The jungle setting allowed Rainsford to make liberal use of traps and false trails to trick Zaroff
and buy himself time.
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Dental Floss Persuasive Speech
What if all of a sudden you found yourself in an emergency situation you hadn t had the opportunity to
prepare for? Your mind would immediately go into overdrive looking for things you have on hand that
you could use to survive. There are plenty of everyday items you have around your house that can
easily be used as survival tools. And today we are going to talk about one that almost no one would
consider or even know how to use as a survival tool and that is dental floss. Here are 22 ways you can
use dental floss to survive in an emergency. 1. Cutting Food. Dental floss can easily cut through a
wide variety of foods, such as: meat, fruits, fish, eggs and more. 2. Starting A Fire. Waxed dental floss
can be tied around dry sticks or bundles
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Love And Nurturing In Mary Shelley s Frankenstein
For human beings, decisions are made by how one feels. People who are rejected and disliked can feel
degraded and insignificant. Feeling this way can influence regretful and unjustifiable actions. This
would be why love and nurturing is so important for human beings. As seen in Frankenstein, the
rejection caused the monster to feel miserable and alone. He lashed out causing countless tragedies
and misfortunes for Victor Frankenstein and those around him. If the monster had only been cared for,
this series of unfortunate events could have been prevented.
Think of the monster as a young child. He was just brought to life and he longs for love and care from
his creator. Likewise, young children want love from their parents. Imagine all of those
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Information Is Based On Age And Gender
Information/Measurement My information is based on Age and Gender. Most of my mathematical
data will use (years) as its units. However for standard deviation and the Chi Squared test the expected
values will be reduced to 3 significant figures. As for the P values and the Critical values will be given
in exact numbers. Mathematical Process As described in my introduction, I have found the mean,
median, mode, and range of both genders. I got this data table from
(http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0005061.html). This link leads to a table from the U.S Bureau of the
Census. The table is displaying the median age at first marriage between the years of 1890 2010. The
median of both genders were found in the 14th spot in the data table.The mode was observed in both
genders. Also observed was that the most occurring ages for both male and female happened in the
same 10 year time span. The process of finding the mean was shown below. Table 1: Raw Data
collected from http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0005061.html Year Males Females 1890 26.1 22.0
1900 25.9 21.9 1910 25.1 21.6 1920 24.6 21.2 1930 24.3 21.3 1940 24.3 21.5 1950 22.8 20.3 1960
22.8 20.3 1970 23.2 20.8 1980 24.7 22.0 1990 26.1 23.9 1993 26.5 24.5 1994 26.7 24.5 1995 26.9
24.5 1996 27.1 24.8 1997 26.8 25.0 1998 26.7 25.0 1999 26.9 25.1 2000 26.8 25.1 2001 26.9 25.1
2002 26.9 25.3 2003 27.1 25.3 2005 27.0 25.5 2006 27.5 25.9 2007 27.71 26.0 2008 27.6 25.9 2009
28.1 25.9 2010 28.2 26.1 Data Table 2:
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What Did William Wilberforce Accomplish In Life
What did William Wilberforce accomplish in life? Why do we remember William Wilberforce? Why
was the Bible so important to him? William Wilberforce was a philanthropist, politician, legislator,
and abolitionist of slavery who grew up in Hull, a large seaport city on the northeast coast of Great
Britain, and as a child he went to the traditional Anglican church. By the age of 16, he went to
Cambridge University, where he met his good friend William Pitt the Younger who became a loyal
supporter. Later in his life, he started to have doubts about his faith and culturally accepted the waters
of aloofness and skepticism toward anyone who took Christian faith seriously. During his college
years, Wilberforce and Pitt would go to Parliament to watch debates on many subjects, mostly about
the fate of the American colonies. Wilberforce quickly became extremely popular and ... Show more
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The much worked, muched prayed for dream of the abolition of the slave trade finally became a
reality. He was now forty eight years old and had contended with life threatening illnesses over the
years. His battle was not over. That wasn t the end he also set out to persuade other major powers of
the world France, Spain, Russia, especially to adopt abolition. He knew that the United States were
also determined to the root of evil. William s greatest accomplishment was the abolishment of the
slave trade and that is why we remember him today, and he kept the bible close to him because he was
faithful. One of the most interesting things was William s ability to work with others who disagreed
him, for example Charles James Fox, an opponent to William in political battles, knew that was saved
by grace. In addition, he also gave his talents, time, energy to God s purposes was able to do so much.
At last William died of the flu on July 29, 1833 in Chelsea, and was buried in Westminster
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The Relationship Between Playing Musical Instruments And...
Over the years various researchers have raised concern about the relationship between playing musical
instruments and performance in math. Performing well in math is a significant requirement in passing
an examination. For this reason, extensive research has been conducted on some of how students can
improve their performance in math. According to Cindy Zhan, playing music instruments engages the
right hemisphere of the brain. On the other hand, tackling math problems involves the left hemisphere
of the brain. Playing musical instruments thus creates a correlation between the two brain hemispheres
and increases the brain thinking capacity. My prediction is that playing musical instruments greatly
increases a student s performance in math. The main purpose of this investigation is to determine
whether there is a relationship between playing musical instruments and increased performance in
math. Data that will be collected include the math grades (American Grading System) of students
playing musical instruments as well as for those who do not. The math scores will be used to
determine how high students scored an overall grade in math and how good they are in playing
musical instruments. The data which will be used will take the average score for 100 or more students
both who play the instruments and those who do not. I will investigate the relationship between math
scores and play various musical instruments. I will collect data on the math scores of students playing
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Panama And Paradise Papers
Outcry over the revelations indicated in the Panama and Paradise Papers demonstrates the significant
public concern with the usage of international tax havens. While tax arbitrage is often legal, many
stakeholders have serious ethical and legal reservations about a firm s tax avoidant behaviors.
Investors are becoming increasingly aware of the regulatory and reputational risks encountered in
secretive low tax jurisdictions. Furthermore, stockholders and creditors are also troubled that firms
engaging in tax avoidance are distracted from other activities that would enhance firm value.
Corporate tax avoidance matters, however, are difficult to analyze without consistent geographical
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Furthermore, Form 10 K tax footnote disclosures are complex and relevant information is often not
available nor easily extracted. While sporadic data leaks such as the Panama Papers can potentially
influence how the actions of a MNE are viewed, leaked information is often suddenly available,
incomplete, or not comparable to other companies operating in the same industry or country,
potentially leading to cognitive overload.
Country by country reporting (CBCR) represents an alternative to these disclosure practices and better
guarantees that sufficient taxes are paid in the locations where profits are generated. CBCR provides
consistent jurisdiction based, profit and tax information without regard to significance thresholds or
management reporting preferences. Specifically, CBCR guidelines would require firms to provide
country specific information regarding the nature of corporate activities, net assets, profit before
income tax, income tax accrued and paid, accumulated earnings, and the number of employees.
Tax fairness campaigners, including the Tax Justice Network and Publish What You Pay, contend that
the jurisdiction based data is of pivotal value to many stakeholder interests and would be utilized to
enhance the stakeholder decisions of current and potential investors, consumers, employees,
regulatory agencies, governments, and other concerned parties. Users could more clearly ascertain the
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Cold Blood
In the non fiction novel In Cold Blood, Truman Capote (1965) gives his own narrative of the Holcomb
tragedy in which a family of four living out on a secluded farm were slaughtered with a shotgun by the
collaboration of two individuals for a seemingly few dollars. In this novel, Capote gives a thorough
character description of the two murderers, Richard Hickock and Perry Smith, as he recreates their
experience (much as he sees it as it would be from their eyes). He gives accounts preceding the event,
through it, and eventually into their trial and execution. From the descriptions Capote provides, a
psychological analysis of the mental states of Hickock and Smith can be asserted. Richard Hickock
can be seen as possessing significant traits ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Richard Hickock can be seen as possessing significant traits of psychopathy, while his partner Perry
Smith is seen with traits similar to that of a life course persistent offender. Through the described
personality characteristics and brief histories of Hickock and Smith, this essay will address this
assertion with the two in question as individuals themselves, within their relationship to each other,
and also as other characters see and analyze their psychological well being.
The reader gets to know Perry Smith very well throughout the novel and acquires the sense that
Capote feels sympathetic to his situation as compared to that of Hickock. Smith, introduced as much
the loner type, is described by the narrator and the character Smith himself (in a letter to a psychiatrist)
as growing up in a low socio economic bracket with a broken family accompanied by a lack of love
and stability characterizing his childhood (and continuing on to adulthood in which is the state of
which the book...
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In the non fiction novel In Cold Blood, Truman Capote (1965) gives his own narrative of the Holcomb
tragedy in which a family of four living out on a secluded farm were slaughtered with a shotgun by the
collaboration of two individuals for a seemingly few dollars. In this novel, Capote gives a thorough
character description of the two murderers, Richard Hickock and Perry Smith, as he recreates their
experience (much as he sees it as it would be from
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  • 1. How To Write The "Why This Major" College Essay 1. Step To get started, you must first create an account on site HelpWriting.net. The registration process is quick and simple, taking just a few moments. During this process, you will need to provide a password and a valid email address. 2. Step In order to create a "Write My Paper For Me" request, simply complete the 10-minute order form. Provide the necessary instructions, preferred sources, and deadline. If you want the writer to imitate your writing style, attach a sample of your previous work. 3. Step When seeking assignment writing help from HelpWriting.net, our platform utilizes a bidding system. Review bids from our writers for your request, choose one of them based on qualifications, order history, and feedback, then place a deposit to start the assignment writing. 4. Step After receiving your paper, take a few moments to ensure it meets your expectations. If you're pleased with the result, authorize payment for the writer. Don't forget that we provide free revisions for our writing services. 5. Step When you opt to write an assignment online with us, you can request multiple revisions to ensure your satisfaction. We stand by our promise to provide original, high-quality content - if plagiarized, we offer a full refund. Choose us confidently, knowing that your needs will be fully met. How To Write The "Why This Major" College Essay How To Write The "Why This Major" College Essay
  • 2. How To Determine If I Should Use A Template Or Custom... 1. In order to determine if I should use a template or custom build a site, I would evaluate the needs for the website first. For instance, if a website is small, needs to be changed constantly, and the customer wants a website that looks like other business s, a template would be the best use because one can implement a CMS like Wordpress. However, if a client needs to have more flexibility in terms of usage and wants an overall better site/experience that in unique, a custom built website is the best because a developer can tailor to the individual needs. 2. In an ideal world, a developer should have every tool available to them so they can produce only the best websites. Although, most IDE s and other necessary tools that are used ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Yet I was afraid to invest normally through an exchange because I had no idea how to. Instead I took all three of these ideas and strung them together with code to create a machine learning algorithm that can trade a cryptocurrency profitably. While the idea is not entirely original, it is done in the stock market everyday, the way I went about doing/ thinking about it was creative. I saw a problem that I needed to answer, so I used everything that I had around me to get to the answer. 4. If I were a lead for a project, my default management style would have to be pull. In todays market, I feel it is more beneficial to be a pull manager because one is fostering the development of a team. Instead of being looked up to for all the answers, the manager is a part of the team and helps create the discussion on how do we solve the problem at hand. This style of management creates a lot of interactions between employees which creates a sense of purpose and this leads to creative ideas being offered because the employee is a part of something greater; usually these creative ideas are generally the solutions a push manager would implement anyways. Pull management has a good deal of secondary benefits when solving an issue, although it can take more time to solve the original problem because of the long route. In a situation where a solution is needed right away, push ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Tzar Nicholas II Research Paper Tzar Nicholas II Tzar Nicholas II was born on 18 May 1868 in Tsarskoe Selo, Russia. Tzar Nicholas II inherited his father s throne when Alexander III when he died in 1894.The autocrat was twenty six when his dad died. One month later he married Princess Alexandra of Hesse Darmstadt. Alexandra, the granddaughter of Queen Victoria. Once he ascended the throne, Nicholas II had to have children quickly, in order to secure a future heir to the throne.Princess Alexandra preferred to spend the most of her time at the .They had a daughter named Olga, in 1895. The next year,Tzar Nicholas II was officially coronated. During a public celebration of the coronation thousands of people were stampeded. Unaware, Nicholas II and Alexandra were joyful and they went on to celebrate the coronation. The couple s unawareness made a poor first ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Next by a third, named Maria in 1899. And another, named Anastasia, in 1901. In 1904 Alexandra gave birth to the male heir Alexei. The royal family was really happy because Alexiei was a boy.The family s happiness soon ended when Alexei was diagnosed with hemophilia. On January 5, 1905, Father George Gapon led a peaceful demonstration of workers in St. Petersburg. The demonstrators protested to Nicholas II to improve working conditions, Troops opened fire on the demonstrators, killing more than a thousand people in what would come to be called the infamous Bloody Sunday. In reaction, indignant workers throughout Russia went on strike. Soon thousands of uprisings took place and were suppressed by Nicholas II s troops, serving to further increase tensions. During WWI, Russia encountered major defeats and was caused due to extreme poverty and high inflation. The Russian public blamed Tzar Nicholas II for his poor military decisions, and Alexandra for her little role in government. Because Alexandra was originally from Germany people thought that she might have even sabotaged ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. My Experience in the Military Marcus Pennie Written Communication September 9, 2012 My darkest hour was also the moment I became a man. When all my years of training, all the blood, sweat, and tears of running, aiming, skills training, and hand to hand combat had finally been put to the test. My first kill. It wasn t a proud moment but it was one on necessity and choice that I ve played over and over again and I still get the same result. It would have gone exactly the same. September 21st 1999, 1327 Zulu time. We were flying over Almaty, Kazakhstan. The rattling of the POS tin can they call an airplane was really making me queasy. Man less than an hour before we land. It s not coming soon enough. I thought. Then came the dreaded command that started the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I was holding up until the pain from the slice began to overwhelm me and I felt woozy. I felt like this was it, I am going to lose my grip and this knife was about to go into my face. I quickly thought of everything that would follow and everything that has happened to me up to that point in an instance. Then as if a blessing from God, the door burst open and I redirected my focus to the door. So did he, which was his mistake. I quick glanced back at him and noticed two things. His eyes were off of me and his push weakened just for a second. The only second I needed. I pivoted my upper half to my right and pulled his arm towards where my head once was, jamming the knife into the hardwood floor. I brought my right elbow into his head and he toppled over. I reached for my side arm, rolled away, up on to one side, aimed and fired twice. My pistol and eyes both rose up and to the left to the doorway and fired three more times. Both enemies, cancelled. I took what seemed like an eternity to curse, catch my breath and regroup myself. I stood up and realized the fight wasn t over. I still had to make it to my unit. I made my way through the apartment I earlier crashed into, out into the hallway and back up to the roof. I noticed insurgents on the rooftop directly behind me making half ass shots at me. I leapt to the next ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Labor Movement Of The United States Labor Resistance Throughout American history, many cultures have come to the United States in search of a better life. Some cultural groups were brought here as indentured servants. In many cases these different cultural groups have been separated from main stream culture, and have been exploited for labor. Many of these people have become naturalized citizens, but were not subjected to the same equality of the dominant Anglo Saxon race. Some individuals from these cultures began families, and even though their children were born as American citizens, they were still treated as alien. A comparison and contrast between four such cultures, African American, Asian American, Native American, and Mexican American will demonstrate the oppression that these groups faced in terms of labor and how they reacted. The Chinese and African people began to see a shift in how they were used for labor or what type of labor they did. Due to the dwindling white indentured servants in Virginia, and an increased demand for tobacco, Africans became a key source for labor for plantation owners. (Sweet, 2004) During this time, punishment for Africans began to show more severity. Another trend showed how plantation owners valued African workers over the white workers. This value however, was demonstrated by much higher work quotas as well as longer times of required service. These trends humiliate the Africans into enslavement. Slaves resistance to slavery came in many forms. Resistance is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Beethoven Symphony Essay Tyler Martin Advanced Orchestration Symphony no. 5 in C minor Beethoven s intent behind this piece is creating diversity out of unity. The unifying idea of the work is a series of three short notes followed by one long note. The diversity of the simple unifying idea therein is generated by the use of timbral development techniques and expansion of the orchestra; however, there are several performance practices and technical issues that impact the work s total realization. The score referenced throughout this essay is the Kalmus Miniature Orchestra Scores version. Beethoven takes his initial motif, which is quite simple, and fleshes it out via timbral orchestration. Throughout each movement, he carefully places developmental and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The first appearance of the full original motif is in measure fourteen, made of three eighth notes and an agogically emphasized eighth on the downbeat of the next measure. This particular rendition is used throughout this movement to hold bring sections of it together on a macro level (mm. 21, 23, 30, 79 85, etc.). Various instruments throughout the movement also adapt three short notes as pick notes or as set up sections for a string of lesser articulated notes(mm. 15 Violins, 76 77 Violin II and Viola, etc.). For the first time in music history, movement three sees the emancipation of the low strings. The introductory statement of the movement is not made with violin, high wind, or even viola; it is made with the celli and basses. The two instruments lend a sort of dark cast to the line that sounds anticipating, almost in a foreboding sense. The anticipation is met with the original motif at measure nineteen played by horns and accompanied by strings, which is then texturally expanded into the entire orchestra, much like it has been at time in the previous two movements (mm. 19 44). This movement, again conveniently in three, allows the motif to be interwoven throughout in much the same way as the second movement while the theme from the beginning measures is also developed. Further diversity is generated through the use of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Cannabis Argumentative Essay A recreational toy for some, and a life changing medicine for others: which is the real face of such a notorious substance? Cannabis, like many other psychoactive drugs, has been a prominent thorn in society s side since the start of the twentieth century and perhaps even from before. Should we continue to view it as we have, or do we take recent discoveries into account and turn over a new leaf? According to current statistics, cannabis is the most widely used illegal drug in the UK. Interestingly, however, cannabis is not a plant native to the British Isles. It has been theorised that the plant, stemming from Continental Europe, was introduced towards the end of the Roman Occupation. Yet, little is known about its early uses. Surviving ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Hemp produced more durable fibres than stinging nettles or flax, and made it ideal for use in ropes, nets, and canvas. This feature was all the more supplemented by the method of cultivation. If hemp was sown close together, the individual plants needed to compete with each other for light. As such, they would be forced to grow taller than their competition, resulting in long stems high in cellulose. As England s navy grew, so too did the demand for hemp. In 1533, King Henry VIII compelled landlords to set aside 1/240th of their tillable land to the growing of hemp; thereby ensuring an adequate supply of fibre. Elizabeth I increased the production yet again, and even went as far as to impose a fine of £5 (around $2000 USD) on any eligible landlord who refused to grow it. Eventually, however, the demand had increased to the extent that the British Isles were no longer able to supply an adequate volume of hemp. Indeed, this was one of the main forces behind the British drive to colonize new lands. Its hardiness and ease of cultivation made it ideal for growth in the colonies. Moreover, the ships that transported supplies and protected these colonies also increased the demand. After countless months of travel these ships would need repair. On average, each ship would have had its two hundred tonnes of rigging and sailcloth replaced every two ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Informative Essay On Being A Paramedic Flight medic is a very hard job, its not easy to be a hero but in the end it was worth the hard work. A Flight Medics job is to save people, 99% of their patients are usually very injured and in very much need of medical attention were an ambulance would be too slow to transport them. This job is a resemblance to being an EMT and a paramedic. Flight medics are also first responders, the only difference is that they get to ride a helicopter and have a little bit more training than EMT and paramedics do, if needed they can also put iv fluids and give certain medications that EMT can do. Like all first responder Flight bedics are CPR certified, they have many gadgets that could save many lives and care for injuries. Its very important for them to observe the patient and find out who s/he is so when they get to the hospital the doctors know exactly what to do. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Before you can get on the road to become a successful flight medic you will need to have your diploma. You will also need your EMT certification which you can take a five month class which you can start when you re 16. another easy thing to get you up and running is to become CPR certified. There is many places that give free classes, you also need 400 hours of instruction till you become an EMT. To become one step higher need 1200 hours of classes to become a paramedic and or flight medic which can lead to your bachelors degree. You also need to take a class called scope of practice we re you will learn how to stitch wounds and learn about ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Assessment of Therapeutic Effects of Subcutaneous... Background and Objective: Neurologic literatrure about therapeutic effect of subcutaneous corticosteroids in patients with migrainous chronic daily headache is scare. Aim of this research is assessment of therapeutic effects of this management in the patients. Methods: Consecutive patients with migrainous chronic daily headache in our headache clinic enrolled a prospective before and after therapeutic study during 2010 2013. Fourty mg Metylprednisolone was divided in four subcutaneous injection doses. Two injections were done in right and left suboccipital area exactly at retromastoid cervicocranial junction and two injections were performed in lower medial frontal area exactly at medial right and left eye brow limit. A headache daily was filled out by the patient before and one month after intervention. The severity of pain was classified based on the Pain Intensity Instrument, using a 0 to 10 point numeric rating scale. Paired t test and Chi square served for statistical analysis. Results: 504 patients (378 females, 126 males) with migrainous chronic daily headache underwent the study. Dramatic, significant, moderate and mild or no improvement constituted 28.6%, 33.3%, 23.8%, and 14.3% of the post treatment courses respectively. Therapeutic effect of intervention on mean pain scores was significant; t=7.38, df=20, p=.000. Two cases developed subcutaneous fat atrophy in frontal injection site and 3 cases experienced syncope during injection. Conclusion: Subcutaneous ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Immigrant Contribution The 2 exerts, A Quilt of a Country and The Immigrant Contribution are total opposites but have to same meaning behind them. A Quilt of a Country focuses more on the places immigrants come from and how they all make American culture. Although The Immigrant Contribution focuses more on what immigrants brought to the U.S., and how it changed our country. But together they have a totally different meaning behind them, that no matter where we come from, what we look like, or how important our contributions are we are all American. In the area of religion, all the major American faiths were brought to this country from abroad. (Kennedy26). All of our ancestors have come from some place other than North America, with so many differents ways of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Pros And Cons Of Being A Tulalane Just picturing myself as a Tulane student gives me shivers. Tulane boasts that of the most prestigious colleges: distinguished faculty, intimate class sizes and a campus graced with abundant greenery. All of these elements are very attractive to me as a student, but what is that captivates me? The philanthropic nature of every student. Hello and thank you for attending the general assembly of 2040, I am proud to announce we have developed a new potent plan to decrease global poverty. I have thought about this moment for many years, and finally it is here. In this moment, I, Yaa Amissah Aidoo, am addressing the general assembly of the United Nations as the first ever woman secretary general. I dream of becoming a leader who makes the world ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Informative Speech On Hypnotism Specific Purpose: As a result of my speech, my audience will know the background and realistic uses of hypnotism today. Central Idea: Hypnotism is not just a cool magic trick but an effect psychological therapy. Introduction: (Attention getter) Picture someone waving a pocket watch back and forth in front of someone s face, your first thought is that that person is being hypnotized, right? That s because that s what we all grew up seeing in cartoons and cheesy movies. Most people don t expect that hypnotism is more than a performance act involving a pocket watch or magician. (Credibility) But according to the APA (American Psychology Association) hypnosis is a form of treatment for a number of psychological and medical conditions with the most researched area being in pain relief. (central idea) Hypnotism is not just a cool stage trick but an effect form of psychological therapy. (preview statement) Today, I will explain to you what hypnotism is, how it came to be, and the practical uses of it today. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Body: I. The history of hypnotism had evolved greatly since the concept was first introduced. A. Franz Mesmer was the first person to introduce the idea of hypnosis in the 18th century. 1. His idea of hypnosis centered around magnetism which was later disproven but essentially, he believed a magnetic force flowed through the hypnotist to the person being hypnotized. Coined the term mesmerize 2. B. James Braid coined the term hypnosis hypnotism 1. He coined this term after the Greek god Hypnos of sleep. 2. Developed that hypnosis was a C. The phenomenon of hypnotism interested many physicians. 1. Hypnotism became accepted as a combination of psychologically mediated responses to suggestions. 2. Transition: Now that we ve laid a foundation down with the history, let s talk about what hypnosis really ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Who Is Kitcher Inescapable Eugenics I support the guidelines outlined by Kitcher for the use of genetic information because of their responsible and ethical nature. I believe that future generations will benefit as a direct consequence of these guidelines. I shall begin by defining eugenics as the study of human genetics to improve inherited characteristics of the human race by the means of controlled selective breeding. Chapter 8 of Kitcher s novel, Inescapable Eugenics, identifies past abuses of eugenics resulting from inaccurate, misleading information; abuses that include dominant groups using eugenics to discriminate against other undesirable groups. In 1933, the Nazi s exercised eugenics as a direct way to rid individuals who were portrayed as unfit or ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... By the conditions above, Kitcher states one main precondition. This precondition is the ability to form a sense of self in order to set one s own personal values and to also take course of ones future path of life . In Kitcher s point of view, the use of genetic information concerning embryos or fetuses is permissible if and only if Fragile X, Lesch Nyhan, neurofibromatosis, and other similar severe syndromes prevent even a modest quality of life . Under these circumstances, Kitcher justifies the need for the use of genetic information to restore the ability to attain a decent quality of life and to have the ability to satisfy desires that individual s value. Kitcher rejects relying on objective science, a science that sometimes falsely labels diseases according to society views and biases. For example, masturbation and homosexuality were falsely labeled as disorders. The outcomes of objective science are unreliable and bring about social prejudices instead of promoting health and life . A moral justification for genetic treatment is only as accurate as the justification of disease. In the realms of objective science and the use of genetic testing, Kitcher argues that the basis for terminating a pregnancy due to a severe syndrome can also lead to the basis for termination due to an undesired sex or possibly even homosexuality. Ultimately, Kitcher supports only a minimalist approach to the use of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. The State Of The United States Lotteries In the United States, lotteries are coordinated by the legislature amid the colonial and revolutionary period to raise assets which would be used to support infrastructure, bridges and schools. Amid the post civil war, Congress authorized a progression of preventive policies which banned lottery activities. From 1895 to 1963, each state banned lotteries and vetoed them as a source of compensation. Consequently, in 1963, the state lottery was reinstated as a government, enterprise and an origin of income by the state of New Hampshire. In many states the administration runs the lottery as an imposing business model on a substantial scale for organized gambling. The only legal competition that the lottery has, is with other state governments, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The profit from managing the state lottery is measured as a tax on tickets sold for 60% of the public adults that play (Hyman, 2014, p397). When the soldiers had crucified Jesus, they divided his clothes among the four of them. They also took his robe, but it was seamless, woven in one piece from top to bottom. So they said, Rather than tearing it apart, let s throw dice for it. This fulfilled the Scripture that says, They divided my garments among themselves and threw dice for my clothing. So that is what they did (John 19:23 24 NLT) Lotteries are in a general sense not the same as other gambling in one essential way: they are afforded only by the state. The lottery is more than a disputable approach to add a minimal expenditure to state capitals. Some may argue that lotteries are a tax on the underprivileged, a tax on individuals who are mathematically challenged, even a tax on the stupid, but most people don t actually believe the lottery is a tax. According to Henry Fielding Lotteries are taxable, upon all the fools in creation; And Heav n be praised, it is easily raised, Credulity s always in Fashion; For, Folly s a Fund, will never lose Ground; While Fools are so rife in the Nation (Henry Fielding, 1989, p 215). As stated by Business Insider lotteries are regressive taxes on underprivileged individuals, in that a ticket costs somewhat more for a deprived individual than a wealthy individual, and punitive taxes on poor people and uneducated ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. The Effects Of Static Frictional Force On The Motion Of... 8.0 Discussion 8.1 Analysis of Results By analysing the data obtained from the experiment, two main trends were identified. Excluding surface B (desk), the first trend observed showed that the amount of static frictional force resisting the motion of the wooden block was substantially greater when the object was placed on a rough surface, as opposed to when it was placed on a smooth surface. This is understood through the numerical data compiled in Table 7.1, which indicates that surface A (tiles) considered to be the smoothest surface in the experiment only had a friction coefficient value of 0.2401, whilst surface C (wood) considered to be the roughest surface indicated a much higher coefficient value of 0.432. These results were found to correspond with almost all surfaces tested, with surface D (carpet) found to have the second lowest coefficient value of 0.2477, and surface E (bitumen), being found to have a much higher static friction coefficient value similar to that of wood of 0.4233. This trend is further visualised in Graph 7.2, where the gradient line of Ff (rise) over Fn (run) represents the coefficient of friction of each material the steeper the gradient, the higher the coefficient value. Excluding surface B, the results gathered from the more rigid surfaces in the experiment ( C E) are seen to form steeper gradients when plotted on the graph than the results gathered by the smooth surfaces (B D), hence signifying that rougher materials ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. The Woman Warrior Essay Assignment 3 Question #1: Thinking in terms of the actual controversies surrounding The Woman Warrior, in Chin s parodic essay what is Frenchtown a direct reference to? Who are the Chinese in his essay paralleled to in U.S. culture? Answer: Frenchtown is a direct reference to the people whom have criticised the book The Woman Warrior. These people have criticised his similiar story The Unmanly Warrior . This connection makes this story parallel to The Woman Warrior. To elaborate more, the myth of Joan of Arc is similar to the myth of Fa Mu Lan. This story, like the story of Fa Mu Lan is a figment of pure imagination. The similar essay describes a little french girl who is living in China and her perspective on life being French but in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Firstly, think about why Chin would have such a vehement response to Kingston s fictionalizations. What might he think is at stake in representing or rewriting the story of Fa Mu Lan in the way that Kingston does? Do you agree or disagree with critics who have faulted the novel for its mistranslations, interpretations of folklore, inauthenticity, and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Biography Of Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong was born on August 4th 1901 in New Orleans. He lived in a bad area called The Battlefield. His family was very poor and he dropped out of school in the 5th grade to start working. He sung as a street musician, sold coal, collected junk, and more. He worked for a Jewish family, the Karnofskys, and they became friends. The Karonfskys often invited him over for meals and encouraged his singing. In 1912, on New Years Eve, he fired his stepfather s gun at the sky and was immediately arrested. Armstrong was sent to Colored Waif s Home for Boys. There he received his first official cornet lessons. He started to play with small bands in local clubs, at funerals, at parades, and more. He earned a reputation as an excellent musician ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. The Importance Of Deep Cryogenic Treatment In a study by (González, Rodríguez et al. 2017) the influence of deep cryogenic treatment followed by a double tempering at 150°C on the erosive wear resistance of high velocity oxy fuel (HVOF) WC 10Co 4Cr coating was evaluated. Austenitic 304 stainless steel plates (400 mm_95 mm_7 mm) were used as substrates. Agglomerated and sintered WC 10Co 4Cr Praxair spherical powder with particle size ranging between 20 and 45 µm was used as feedstock. The coatings were fabricated by the HVOF spray process using their own deposition parameters. Cryogenically treated coatings displayed better erosive resistance at low impact angles such as 30° and both particle impact testing velocities i.e.100 m/s and 130 m/s. In contrast, at higher angles between ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Also, refined layers with nano grains (grain size of approximately 40 nm) were formed in the cryogenically burnished surface, in which an average hardness increase of 9.5%, 17.5% and 24.8% within the 200 m depth are achieved in comparison with the hardness values obtained from dry burnishing, at the corresponding burnishing speeds of 25, 50 and 100 m/min. Refined surface layers with ultra fine grains or nano grains could be generated during the burnishing process due to imposed severe plastic deformation and the associated dynamic recrystallization (DRX). These harder layers with compressive residual stresses induced by the burnishing process also provide added benefits by enhancing wear/corrosion resistance and increasing the fatigue life of the components. (Tillmann, Hollingsworth et al. 2015) suggested the thermally sprayed fine structured WC 12Co coatings finished by ball burnishing and grinding as an innovative approach to protect forming tools against wear. Thermal spraying is presented as a cost efficient and more flexible approach to protect the surface of forming tools against wear.. The planar samples were used to ascertain the sliding and rolling wear behavior within two standardized test methods (Ball on Disc and Taber Abraser tests). The coated dies were smoothened by ball burnishing as well as grinding and afterwards ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Masculinity And Style In Hemingway And Carver Masculinity and Style in Hemingway and Carver. The following will present the themes of masculinity in relation to style in Raymond Carver and Ernest Hemingway. Both are major figures of 20th century US fiction, and both write about characters that struggle with male or masculine identity and social expectations. These struggles often mean that other characters in their stories are the victims. In other words, the problems that the characters experience, are both internalized but also externalized toward others and this will be examined with specific author selections. It will be argued in the following that there is a minimalism recognized at many levels of the style for both authors, but this essay will explore the minimal ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There is workplace degradation that happens to male characters in Carver stories, and these characters are in turn, viewed as expressing these personal frustrations on those around them (Hall 177). Hemingway wrote extensively about a character that will be examined in the following named Nick Adams, and their own biographical parallel is a First World War experience that results in a dynamic that gets played over and over. The character of Nick Adams like the figure of Hemingway, had to return to a world after a shattering emotional war experience, and a good dimension of that world is defined by the male expectations of it. The following will examine the theme of masculinity in relation to style using two specific RC short stories. Cathedral and Why Don t you dance? are very similar in structure and are useful for comparison. Both characters involve the dynamic of a couple with a challenged relationship who encounter another male. In both stories, it is a younger couple, and in both stories, the older male is partially defined by some eccentric and important features. In Cathedral , the blind friend of a wife and her husband meet for the first time and there is a tension between the couple over a few differences of expectations. In Why Don t you dance? , a young couple walking along together encounter an older man who has ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. The Relationship Between Gender And Power In A Streetcar... The relationship between gender and power in A Street Car Named Desire In the play A Streetcar Named Desire, author Tennessee Williams creates a strong relationship between gender and power, and asserts that when both are unchecked and combined a force is created which leads people to have no remorse while pursuing their desires. When the four main characters of the play interact we see how this force is detrimental to the weaker characters. Being both immensely masculine and powerful causes Stanley to torment the other main characters while chasing what he wants. While Blanche possesses a domineering personality she is not masculine meaning society does not grant her the same level of power Stanley possesses, allowing him to triumph over her. Mitch is masculine but does not boast enough confidence to be powerful, and is therefore bullied and manipulated by Stanley. As Stella is neither masculine nor confident and powerful, she falls victim to repeated physical and emotional abuse by Stanley. With his overly masculine and domineering personality, Stanley is a prime example of a top ranking alpha male. If his authority is challenged, he responds violently to reinforce his position as the superior being. Williams depicts Stanley as an extremely macho man who enjoys heartiness with men, his drink and food and games, his car, his radio, everything that is his, that bears his emblem of the gaudy seed bearer (Sc. 1, P. 16) and is the commander of his household. Additionally, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. The Fly By Katherine Mansfield The story The Fly, n by Katherine Mansfield in 1922, paints the picture of an old man who referred to as the boss, who is grieving from some sort of tragic event that happened to him. Continuing to read through the story, the narrator goes on to inform the reader that the boss son was killed in World War I, and that the boss is still reeling from the death of his son. From a little hinted symbolism we can connect that the fly itself represents the grief that the boss is going through, while the inkwell and life are two of the same, and that the ink blots are the boss attempts at trying to fight the grief that has overcome his life due to the tragic event that transpired. When the narrator first talks about the fly, it is at the moment that the boss is looking at the photograph of his son and talking about how he passed away six years earlier. The fly is said to have fallen into his broad ink pot, and was trying feebly but desperately to clamber out again. The fly is seen as trying to get out of the pot. Very feebly, the boss helps the fly out of the pot with his pen. The fly in this story comes to represent the boss that the grief is going through because no matter how hard the fly tries to get out of the pot by itself, it could not without a little bit of help. Unlike Woodifield, who got over the death of his son, unlike Macey, who was not close to the son, the boss could not get over the death of his son. In addition, we are told that the boss has been ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Clare s Chocolates 1. Identify three key characteristics of the marketing concept. (150 words) The first characteristic is to satisfy the majority of customers, Clare chocolate have to find out who have a need for their product and also who is most likely to buy it, they need to consider the following factors, age, gender and other factors in order to determine how their products would fit into the customers lifestyle. The second characteristic would be identifying their customer s needs and finding out what a customer would be looking for in Clare Chocolate products, by doing this Clare Chocolate would have to use customer focus groups, surveys/questionnaires and gather this information based on a common customers expectation of their products. Last key characteristic ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... By doing this they need to gather Information about best products, find out pricing strategy, measure the best price compared to other similar products and also promote product market research is very important to satisfy customers. There 2 field of market research techniques Clare s Chocolate can use one is quantitative data where the most common sources of quantitative data include: Surveys, Observations, Secondary data And the Second one is Qualitative Data which include: Interviews, Focus groups, Secondary data, Observations, Clare s chocolate used observation technique where they research that majority of customers are women s in age group of 25 50 5. Explain the process of market segmentation and targeting, and the benefits of segmentation and targeting to Clare s Chocolates. (150 words) Market segmentation is gathering of potential buyers into groups, that have common needs and it will help you to market your products and services effectively. So that you have more understanding how to market your products and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Justification Of Agreement Research Paper Cashel McCarthy ECON 240 Justification of Agreement December WTO GAMMA Round Malaysia s Trade Agreements Malaysia is one of the fastest growing and most open economies of our decade (World Bank 2017). Its geographical location plays a large role in this. Malaysia neighbors Singapore, Thailand, and borders the Gulf of Thailand and the Malacca Straight. The east and west sides of the country are completely exposed to bodies of water and near the global trade route which enhances the country s accessibility and facilitates development and foreign trade. Malaysia s GDP is 296.4 billion USD (2016 WB) and is expected, by the OECD to grow at 4.2% in 2017. Malaysia s current comparative advantage, the country s ability to produce goods at lower ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Skilled workers are managers, professionals, and technicians and associate professionals. The production of integrated circuits in Malaysia demands semi skilled workers, reinforcing that labor is Malaysia s abundant factor of production resulting the country s comparative advantage in electronic integrated systems. EVIDENCE: According to the H O model countries export products that use their abundant and cheap factors of production and import goods that use the countries scarce factors. In the case of Malaysia, it is electronic integrated circuits. As stated before, it amounts to 40% of the country s total exports. Although Malaysia s comparative advantage is in manufacturing electronic goods, its productivity is decreasing. Malaysia s comparative advantage good does not fully align with the Heckscher Ohlin (HO) Model which suggests that trade occurs between countries that have different resources where one is labor abundant and the other capital abundant. In the case of Malaysia and its three major trade partners who are capital abundant exports the same good that they import from Malaysia which is labor abundant.. Although manufactured goods are where the comparative advantage lies, the country s productivity is slowly decreasing and is being overrun by foreign competitors. This is due to the global economy slowdown Malaysia has struggled to upgrade its industrial sector ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Case Study Of Nokia BRIEF ON CENTRAL ISSUE/ MAIN FOCUS AREA Due to continuous innovation in technologies, cost of production has been reduced drastically and has caused the emergence of new devices in the global handset market and competition among companies have been increased heavily for survival. It has forced companies to change their business strategies. Few big companies acquired small companies to increase their market share, few followed a brand extension strategy by launching new products and hence increased their market penetration. For this reason, an integration between Microsoft and Nokia, two market leaders in their own rights, may create new opportunities to challenge the market. This acquisition and consolidated case study discusses the acquisition of Nokia by Microsoft. Throughout this case study, we will try to explore following key aspects in the aforesaid consolidation between Microsoft and Nokia, as per the scenario of 2010 11: a) Strategic business ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The alike is tried through side by side short liners given in Appendix A. SWOT ANALYSIS INFORMATION A SWOT analysis (alternatively SWOT matrix) is a structured planning method used to evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats involved in a project or in a business venture. SWOT analysis helps a marketer or decision maker to evaluate thoroughly the difficulties/challenges involved in the project and helps in taking a decision to change in strategy. NOKIA s SWOT analysis Strengths :  Nokia s brand value. It is one of the most popular brands across world.  Easy to use phones.  Have advanced technology in manufacturing handheld devices and in multinational mobile network through Nokia Siemens Network.  Mobile for all in all the price ranges.  Nokia Phones had a high resale value Weaknesses :  Poor Management.  Lack in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Two Different Philosophical Views in Grendel and Beowulf... Beowulf and Grendel are two tales similar in many ways, yet different from each other. These stories are like a coin; you cannot have one side without the other. Just as the sides of a coin share the same coin, these stories share a similar plot, a setting, and tell of the same events. The sides of a coin also have differences as do Beowulf and Grendel. In the case of these two tales this difference is in their respective philosophical views. Beowulf portrays the philosophical views of life that many people still regard today. Those views helped to shape and define the ideal Dane in their culture. For example, the traits looked for among the Danes were honesty, bravery, and humility. These three requirements in the Danes were but ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In contrast to the Danes of Beowulf , Grendel searched for his very reason of existence by asking the questions Why? and How? for answers. Grendel started off in the book struggling with finding meaning in his life while watching the people clearly doing things that gave their lives meaning. He became upset as he saw that he couldn t deter their spirits no matter what he did and started to feel jealous of their self found purpose. He realized that through various ways the people attained meaning. In response to his confusion over their self discovered purpose, Grendel started listening to the Shaper s words when he spoke to the people shaping their very beliefs which confused Grendel even more on the meaning of life. After listening to the Shaper for a while, readers can see Grendel in a state of contradiction. He started off killing people as a simple, bestial monstrosity but in the end he is shown as quite intelligent and capable of choosing whether to kill or not. Soon, Grendel started seeking answers to his questions from a dragon. The dragon s very philosophy on life was that there is no meaning of life which started to influence Grendel. Upon Grendel s persistent questions of Why? , the dragon told him You improve them, my boy! Can t you see that yourself? You stimulate them! You make them think and scheme...You are, so to speak, the brute existent by which they learn to define themselves ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. The First And Only President Of The Philippine Republic The Philippine Republic The First Philippine Republic popularly known as Malolos Republic was inaugurated at the Barosoain Church on January 23, 1899. This was also the first republic in Asia. Emilio Aguinaldo took his oath of office as the President of the Republic. He stated the aspiration of the nation to live under the democratic regime of the Philippine Republic, free from the yoke of foreign domination . The people rejoiced; appropriate festivities marked the day throughout the land. 1. Emilio Aguinaldo (1899 1901) The first and only president of the First Republic (Malolos Republic) signed the Pact of Biak na Bato, creating a truce between the Spanish and Philippine revolutionaries known as the President of the Revolutionary Government led the Philippines in the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Ferdinand E Marcos (1965 1986) Was Senate President for three years Was president of the Philippines for 21 years first president to win 2nd term declared martial law on September 22, 1972 Achievements (1964 1969): Immediate construction of roads, feeder roads and permanent bridges, A generator with an electric power capacity of one million kilowatts (1,000,000 kW), Water services to eight regions and 38 localities Revitalized the judiciary, the national defense posture and the fight against smuggling, criminality, and graft and corruption in the government Mobilized the manpower and resources of the Armed Forces of the Philippines Hired technocrats and highly educated persons to form part of the cabinet North Diversion Road (now, North Luzon Expressway) was constructed with the help of the AFP engineering construction battalion Vietnam War; over 10,450 Filipino soldiers were sent to South Vietnam under the designation of Philippines Civil Affairs Assistance Group (PHLCAAG) Events During (1969 1972) Re elected because of his impressive performance Philippines experienced higher inflation rate and devaluation of the Philippine peso in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Essay On Trial Jury Trial Jury Essay Thoughtout the trial of the jury, I ve saw all three characters stand against their case and try to defend their case. Even though, the character and defense attorney give great evidence against the reason on committing sin. The prosecutors did a well job of giving opposing side of the defendant. This caused me to wonder which out the the three characters committed the greatest sin. The First defendant, Hester Prynne was a wife of Roger Chillingworth. though her testimony, she gives a brief summary to concluded that he was irresponsible husband. Based on him just leaving Hester and getting drunk with his friends when he s gone away. While that main thing that the defendants says, is that she committed this sin based on thinking that Chillingworth was dead. Thus, Hester went out with Dimmesdale unknowing that Chillingworth was still alive somewhere in the forest. This what makes Hester sin innocent that she made. Meanwhile, the prosecutor s states that she consistently doesn t let Chillingworth see Peral and was trying to hide her sin from her real husband, even though it against the law to break one of the holy commandments. The Second defendant, Arthur Chillingworth was away from Hester for years. He did this in research in medicine with the Native ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Though it was a close tie with Hester. Dimmesdale knew that by participating in having sexual relationships with Hester was something that a reverend shouldn t be doing even if she didn t had a husband in the first place. Dimmesdale as a reverend and having a special duty to follow the path of enlightenment and not to commit sin to make it heaven was a fail task for dimmesdale to do. The Temptation that Dimmesdale received on committing this sin was a challenge that Dimmesdale must face and walk away. But he committed this sin and he shall now face the consequences that he knew that the wrong thing to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. The Golden Ass Literary Analysis The beloved tale of Cupid and Psyche takes up a large portion of The Golden Ass, relative to the other anecdotal interludes. Given the central placement, length and style, many readers have questioned its relevance to the overarching story. Is it an artistic interlude providing a reprieve from harsher circumstances, like the long description of Achilles shield in the Iliad, or does it advance the story? While it is tempting to view the tale as an artistic interlude, the Tale of Cupid and Psyche perpetuates the demonization of women in The Golden Ass, draws parallels between Psyche and Lucius, and foreshadows the tragic fate of Charitë. Firstly, in the story of Cupid and Psyche, Psyche s two sisters embody Lucius reoccurring view of women as evil and sexually insatiable. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example, he describes the heart of the baker s wife as a regular cesspool and he continuous to describe her as malicious, cruel, spiteful, lecherous, drunken, selfish, obstinate, [and] as mean in her petty thefts as she was wasteful in her grand orgies (The Golden Ass tr. Graves, 203). The description of her heart as a cesspool, attacks the very nature of the women; in her heart, at her core, she was a filthy, contemptable being. His following list of insults, further emphasizes his strong disdain for her. Likewise, Apuleius uses Psyche s two sisters to further his wicked characterization of women. The younger of Psyche s two sisters asserts that she will be ashamed to call [herself] a woman if she does not see Psyche toppled down from her pinnacle... and flung into the gutter (109). Here, the sister equates being a woman with taking violent, jealous action against her own flesh and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Analysis Of Husky Energy Inc. Husky Energy Inc. is a recognizable company to many Canadians. Most people just know it as The Husky and see it as just merely an oil company operated through North America. Although Husky Energy Inc. is centred in Alberta and Saskatchewan, it is a worldwide enterprise. China, Greenland, and Libya all have Husky Energy within their countries (Husky Energy Inc.). Now privately owned, the business value is at 28 billion as of October 2009 (Warnock, 1) and continues to growing exponentially. They are continuing expansion, becoming much more than a gas and oil supplier. They understand the changes are essential in being a successful corporation. A company facing as much competition as this energy company must conduct E Scans to decipher ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is used as an investable stock, where you can become a shareholder in the company and receive a dividend from Husky. That is their mission: To maximize returns to shareholders in a socially responsible manner (Warnock, 2). Their goal is to grow from continued increase in value from their shares without being fiscally negligent while doing so. They want people to pay for their company shares and this is there carrot for doing so. They are on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSE) as HSE and are valued at $22.68 (11:21AM 10/15/15) but were peaked early in the year at nearly $30 per share (The Globe and Mail Stock Quote). Husky Energy Inc. is a company that produces several different forms of energy but most specifically known for their crude oil work. They do work with natural gas and several different kinds of oil (Warnock, 1). They are well known for their gas and diesel sales as the Husky or Husky Truck Stop gas bars. They began as a small oil refinery back in 1938 out of Cody, Wyoming, U.S (History). Their growth began slowly, but 1970 s, they had grown nationally, were able to be sold on the stock market in North America, and exceeded 1 billion dollars in value (History). Natural gas is becoming a huge player in the Husky Energy Inc. plan as they have natural gas asset Liwan valued at 6.5 billion split at 49/51 with China s CNOOC Ltd. (Catteneo). The relationship between CNOOC has been going on for many years thanks to their current owner. The value of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Importance Of Pollution Prevention Act 1990 THE BARRIERS TO EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE POLLUTION PREVENTION ACT OF 1990 BABAJIDE DARE FAGBOLA American Military University EVSP411: Environmental Policy, Regulation, and law Prof: Lisa Browning NOVEMBER, 2017 The Pollution Prevention Act 1990 (PPA) came into existence in order to raise the interest in reducing pollution from the source or in another word Pollution Prevention in a way which encourages efficient cost reduction practice from the source. This policy by the United State according to this act mandated that pollution be prevented and most especially reduced from the source. It further states that, in an instance where pollution in unavoidably or unable to be prevented, then recycling of such waste should be done considering the safety and well being of the environment and the people. In a case where it is not possible to prevent pollution or recycled, such need to be treated in a safe manner to protect to reduce any hazardous environment (Burnett, 2000). The act explains source reduction as such practice that will reduce the quality of all hazardous substance, pollution or any contaminant that enters waste stream or that is released to the environment before it is recycled, treated or disposed. It is a means to reduce any hazards caused to the health of the public and the ecosystem in connection with the release of any pollutant. PPA empowered EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) to develop and co ordinate all pollution prevention strategies ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Identity In Romeo And Juliet William Shakespeare wrote many plays, including Romeo and Juliet. The real title of the play is The Extraordinary and Lamentable Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet takes place Verona in the mid 1300 s. The idea of identity heavily impacts the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. By the end of the play, family affiliation, gender, social class, and age all contribute to the tragedy of the play. Today s idea of identity is drastically different than the 1300 s, but at the same time, they are very much fraternal. In Romeo and Juliet, Romeo and Juliet s families were enemies, this caused them to have forbidden love for one another. At the masquerade ball, Romeo and Juliet danced together, when Romeo left, Juliet asked the Nurse who he was and the Nurse ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Lord Capulet is Juliet s father and he says, Go you to Juliet ere you go to bed. Prepare her, wife, against this wedding day (Act 4, Scene 4, Page 2, Line 32 33). Lord Capulet tells his wife and daughter what to do and they are expected to bow down to him and listen to him. Lord Capulet tells his wife that Juliet is getting married to Paris, and for her to go and tell Juliet the news. Lord Capulet does not ask Juliet if she wants to marry Paris, he tells her that she is going to marry him and Juliet does not agree, Ere he, that should be husband, comes to woo.I pray you, tell my lord and father, madam, I will not marry yet. And when I do, I swear It shall be Romeo, whom you know I hate, Rather than Paris. (Act 3, Scene 5, Page 6, Lines 119 123). In this part of the play, Lord and Lady Capulet think that Juliet despises Romeo for killing her cousin, but Romeo and Juliet are married. Since women are supposed to do what their fathers tell them to do, Juliet is supposed to marry Paris, but her father does not know that she went behind his back to marry Romeo. The idea of being a woman in the 1300 s contributes to the drama and tragedy of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Critical Infrastructure Paper Critical Infrastructure DSC 3013 Keith Summerall September 6th, 2015 Abstract America s critical infrastructure encompasses a large number of sectors such as agriculture, food, water, public health and emergency sectors as well as providing the essential goods and services Americans need to survive. Critical Infrastructure Protecting America s critical infrastructure and key assets is a formidable challenge. Our technologically complex society creates an infinite amount of potential targets. It is pretty much impossible to protect all of our assets all of the time. There are thousands of critical infrastructure assets spread across the country and it is a monumental task for the DHS to protect them. The USA patriot act defined critical infrastructure assets ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Risk can be defined as R=f(C, V, T). R stands for the level of risk and helps to establish priority for a critical infrastructure asset. C stands for the consequences of an attack on a particular target in terms of general public health. V is an assessment of the vulnerability of a target. Some targets are more easily attacked than others (Gaines and Kappeler, 2012). T stands for the likelihood that a target will be attacked. Once security goals have been established and risk has been assessed the next thing to do is establish security priorities. This should help planning and coordination between agencies with the allocation of resources. A larger amount of resources will be needed for assets with higher risk than the others. Prevention and mitigation efforts include various processes and security approaches or a combination of measures. This process will help to provide substantial information relative to securing critical infrastructure assets as well as implementing cost effective security measures (Gaines and Kappeler, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. The Setting In The Most Dangerous Game A man falls overboard and is lost at sea. He washes up on a strange island with no means of escape and no possible way of contacting anyone to rescue him. He is trapped on the island. This is one way the setting of The Most Dangerous Game enhances the plot by adding suspense, action and mystifying image in the readers of the setting and adding an atmosphere of mystery. The first area that the setting enhances the plot is in the feeling of suspense in the story. If the story hadn t taken in a place with thick forest, a large swamp, and most of all being on an island, this story wouldn t have as interesting or suspenseful as it is. Since the setting is on an island with only Rainsford and Zaroff, this gives a feeling of being trapped. As there is no escape but if the story was on the mainland there would be a much easier means of escape. The forest also adds greatly to the plot, as without the forest Rainsford could not have hid as well as he did, set many traps to help even odds, and beat the Zaroff at his own game and ambush him in his own home. Without these key setting pieces, The Most Dangerous Game would have been a much duller story. 2 Potempa The mystery the setting gives to the story is one of the major plot components that keeps The Most Dangerous Game a constant page turner. Right ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... If the setting hadn t been on the ocean in the beginning, it would have been impossible for Rainsford to have ever fallen overboard and wash up on Zaroff s island. If Rainsford had never washed up on the island, there never would have been a hunt and the event that happen during the hunt. Without the setting being a thick overgrown jungle, Rainsford would have never been able to survive for as long as he did. The jungle setting allowed Rainsford to make liberal use of traps and false trails to trick Zaroff and buy himself time. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Dental Floss Persuasive Speech What if all of a sudden you found yourself in an emergency situation you hadn t had the opportunity to prepare for? Your mind would immediately go into overdrive looking for things you have on hand that you could use to survive. There are plenty of everyday items you have around your house that can easily be used as survival tools. And today we are going to talk about one that almost no one would consider or even know how to use as a survival tool and that is dental floss. Here are 22 ways you can use dental floss to survive in an emergency. 1. Cutting Food. Dental floss can easily cut through a wide variety of foods, such as: meat, fruits, fish, eggs and more. 2. Starting A Fire. Waxed dental floss can be tied around dry sticks or bundles ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Love And Nurturing In Mary Shelley s Frankenstein For human beings, decisions are made by how one feels. People who are rejected and disliked can feel degraded and insignificant. Feeling this way can influence regretful and unjustifiable actions. This would be why love and nurturing is so important for human beings. As seen in Frankenstein, the rejection caused the monster to feel miserable and alone. He lashed out causing countless tragedies and misfortunes for Victor Frankenstein and those around him. If the monster had only been cared for, this series of unfortunate events could have been prevented. Think of the monster as a young child. He was just brought to life and he longs for love and care from his creator. Likewise, young children want love from their parents. Imagine all of those ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Information Is Based On Age And Gender Information/Measurement My information is based on Age and Gender. Most of my mathematical data will use (years) as its units. However for standard deviation and the Chi Squared test the expected values will be reduced to 3 significant figures. As for the P values and the Critical values will be given in exact numbers. Mathematical Process As described in my introduction, I have found the mean, median, mode, and range of both genders. I got this data table from (http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0005061.html). This link leads to a table from the U.S Bureau of the Census. The table is displaying the median age at first marriage between the years of 1890 2010. The median of both genders were found in the 14th spot in the data table.The mode was observed in both genders. Also observed was that the most occurring ages for both male and female happened in the same 10 year time span. The process of finding the mean was shown below. Table 1: Raw Data collected from http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0005061.html Year Males Females 1890 26.1 22.0 1900 25.9 21.9 1910 25.1 21.6 1920 24.6 21.2 1930 24.3 21.3 1940 24.3 21.5 1950 22.8 20.3 1960 22.8 20.3 1970 23.2 20.8 1980 24.7 22.0 1990 26.1 23.9 1993 26.5 24.5 1994 26.7 24.5 1995 26.9 24.5 1996 27.1 24.8 1997 26.8 25.0 1998 26.7 25.0 1999 26.9 25.1 2000 26.8 25.1 2001 26.9 25.1 2002 26.9 25.3 2003 27.1 25.3 2005 27.0 25.5 2006 27.5 25.9 2007 27.71 26.0 2008 27.6 25.9 2009 28.1 25.9 2010 28.2 26.1 Data Table 2: ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. What Did William Wilberforce Accomplish In Life What did William Wilberforce accomplish in life? Why do we remember William Wilberforce? Why was the Bible so important to him? William Wilberforce was a philanthropist, politician, legislator, and abolitionist of slavery who grew up in Hull, a large seaport city on the northeast coast of Great Britain, and as a child he went to the traditional Anglican church. By the age of 16, he went to Cambridge University, where he met his good friend William Pitt the Younger who became a loyal supporter. Later in his life, he started to have doubts about his faith and culturally accepted the waters of aloofness and skepticism toward anyone who took Christian faith seriously. During his college years, Wilberforce and Pitt would go to Parliament to watch debates on many subjects, mostly about the fate of the American colonies. Wilberforce quickly became extremely popular and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The much worked, muched prayed for dream of the abolition of the slave trade finally became a reality. He was now forty eight years old and had contended with life threatening illnesses over the years. His battle was not over. That wasn t the end he also set out to persuade other major powers of the world France, Spain, Russia, especially to adopt abolition. He knew that the United States were also determined to the root of evil. William s greatest accomplishment was the abolishment of the slave trade and that is why we remember him today, and he kept the bible close to him because he was faithful. One of the most interesting things was William s ability to work with others who disagreed him, for example Charles James Fox, an opponent to William in political battles, knew that was saved by grace. In addition, he also gave his talents, time, energy to God s purposes was able to do so much. At last William died of the flu on July 29, 1833 in Chelsea, and was buried in Westminster ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. The Relationship Between Playing Musical Instruments And... Over the years various researchers have raised concern about the relationship between playing musical instruments and performance in math. Performing well in math is a significant requirement in passing an examination. For this reason, extensive research has been conducted on some of how students can improve their performance in math. According to Cindy Zhan, playing music instruments engages the right hemisphere of the brain. On the other hand, tackling math problems involves the left hemisphere of the brain. Playing musical instruments thus creates a correlation between the two brain hemispheres and increases the brain thinking capacity. My prediction is that playing musical instruments greatly increases a student s performance in math. The main purpose of this investigation is to determine whether there is a relationship between playing musical instruments and increased performance in math. Data that will be collected include the math grades (American Grading System) of students playing musical instruments as well as for those who do not. The math scores will be used to determine how high students scored an overall grade in math and how good they are in playing musical instruments. The data which will be used will take the average score for 100 or more students both who play the instruments and those who do not. I will investigate the relationship between math scores and play various musical instruments. I will collect data on the math scores of students playing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Panama And Paradise Papers Outcry over the revelations indicated in the Panama and Paradise Papers demonstrates the significant public concern with the usage of international tax havens. While tax arbitrage is often legal, many stakeholders have serious ethical and legal reservations about a firm s tax avoidant behaviors. Investors are becoming increasingly aware of the regulatory and reputational risks encountered in secretive low tax jurisdictions. Furthermore, stockholders and creditors are also troubled that firms engaging in tax avoidance are distracted from other activities that would enhance firm value. Corporate tax avoidance matters, however, are difficult to analyze without consistent geographical disclosures. Unfortunately, there is a significant lack of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Furthermore, Form 10 K tax footnote disclosures are complex and relevant information is often not available nor easily extracted. While sporadic data leaks such as the Panama Papers can potentially influence how the actions of a MNE are viewed, leaked information is often suddenly available, incomplete, or not comparable to other companies operating in the same industry or country, potentially leading to cognitive overload. Country by country reporting (CBCR) represents an alternative to these disclosure practices and better guarantees that sufficient taxes are paid in the locations where profits are generated. CBCR provides consistent jurisdiction based, profit and tax information without regard to significance thresholds or management reporting preferences. Specifically, CBCR guidelines would require firms to provide country specific information regarding the nature of corporate activities, net assets, profit before income tax, income tax accrued and paid, accumulated earnings, and the number of employees. Tax fairness campaigners, including the Tax Justice Network and Publish What You Pay, contend that the jurisdiction based data is of pivotal value to many stakeholder interests and would be utilized to enhance the stakeholder decisions of current and potential investors, consumers, employees, regulatory agencies, governments, and other concerned parties. Users could more clearly ascertain the purpose of a firm s involvement in a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Cold Blood In the non fiction novel In Cold Blood, Truman Capote (1965) gives his own narrative of the Holcomb tragedy in which a family of four living out on a secluded farm were slaughtered with a shotgun by the collaboration of two individuals for a seemingly few dollars. In this novel, Capote gives a thorough character description of the two murderers, Richard Hickock and Perry Smith, as he recreates their experience (much as he sees it as it would be from their eyes). He gives accounts preceding the event, through it, and eventually into their trial and execution. From the descriptions Capote provides, a psychological analysis of the mental states of Hickock and Smith can be asserted. Richard Hickock can be seen as possessing significant traits ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Richard Hickock can be seen as possessing significant traits of psychopathy, while his partner Perry Smith is seen with traits similar to that of a life course persistent offender. Through the described personality characteristics and brief histories of Hickock and Smith, this essay will address this assertion with the two in question as individuals themselves, within their relationship to each other, and also as other characters see and analyze their psychological well being. The reader gets to know Perry Smith very well throughout the novel and acquires the sense that Capote feels sympathetic to his situation as compared to that of Hickock. Smith, introduced as much the loner type, is described by the narrator and the character Smith himself (in a letter to a psychiatrist) as growing up in a low socio economic bracket with a broken family accompanied by a lack of love and stability characterizing his childhood (and continuing on to adulthood in which is the state of which the book... Read Full Essay In the non fiction novel In Cold Blood, Truman Capote (1965) gives his own narrative of the Holcomb tragedy in which a family of four living out on a secluded farm were slaughtered with a shotgun by the collaboration of two individuals for a seemingly few dollars. In this novel, Capote gives a thorough character description of the two murderers, Richard Hickock and Perry Smith, as he recreates their experience (much as he sees it as it would be from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...