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Mrs Mallard Oppression
The Story of an Hour , is a short story written by Kate Chopin in 1894. Throughout this time frame,
the Women s Suffrage Movement was going on as well as the constrained traditions of feminine roles.
Men were known to be dominant and this short story connects very well with this time frame. In The
Story of an Hour , Kate Chopin addresses many of the concerns that are central to feminism, by using
verbal, situational and dramatic irony, as well as imagery and flashback, unveiling the issues of
oppression and suppression in women. The main character of the story Mrs. Mallard, is firstly
introduced to the reader. She is a women afflicted with a heart trouble and because of this heart
trouble, there is great care taken to give her the news ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
To the readers surprise, Louise dies of a heart attack at that very moment. When the doctor came there
said to she had died of a heart disease of joy that kills (308). While the Mallards marriage was
functional and not horribly cruel, Louise still appreciated the new found freedom that she had when
she thought her husband was gone. She died not only from a heart attack but at the realization that she
would have to go back to a sub surd role, a repressed situation, she would not live for just herself but
she would have to bend her will to someone else, and this robbing of the freedom is what really killed
her. Josephine, Brentley and the doctor believed that Louise was overwhelmed with joy at seeing her
husband alive that the shock kills her, given her fragile heart condition. However the reader is privy to
the thoughts in Louise s head and may interpret the ending differently. Seeing Louise s heart breaking
sense that her freedom and autonomy was now dashed to the ground is what really killed
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Examples Of Transactional Analysis
Transactional Analysis is a theory in psychology developed by Dr. Eric Berne. It is a method for
studying relationships and interactions between individuals, considering that people have multi
faceted personalities. It also examines how a person interacts towards other people based on the notion
that an individual s personality can change over time. Transaction is the fundamental unit of social
intercourse, which is the basic element of this study. According to Berne, if two or more people come
across each other, one of them will speak or acknowledge the presence of the others. Another person
will then respond in a way related to what the other has said (Berne, 2015). The transactions between
people can be affected by ego states. An ego ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Primarily, Life Position refers to the general attitude about life a person has that affects every
transaction. Life Positions are basic beliefs about one s self and other people which are used to justify
our decisions and behaviours (Mountain Associates, 2013). There are four Life Positions namely,
Friendly Weakness, Hostile Weakness, Friendly Strength and Hostile Strength. The first type of life
position is the Friendly Weakness or I m not OK, you re OK . This type of life position is
characterized by feeling helpless as compared to other people. A person in this life position feels
depressed and inferior to other people (Newton, 2015). He/she may accept criticisms and negative
strokes from others readily. Another type of life position is called the Hostile Weakness or I m not OK,
you re not OK . An individual exhibiting this life position feels desperate, useless, and frustrated.
He/she may lose interest and hope in life. This attribute is often showed by people who are overly
depressed and unable to cope with the real world (Newton,
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Love Versus Lust the Deconstructive Analysis Toward Ernest...
LOVE VERSUS LUST
THE DECONSTRUCTIVE ANALYSIS TOWARD ERNEST HEMINGWAY S NOVEL
A FAREWELL TO ARMS
Submitted to fulfill the final assignment of
Mata Kuliah Kajian Sastra Inggris Mutakhir
Magister Ilmu Susastra
Universitas Diponegoro
Nama : Tri Arie Bowo
NIM : 13010212410012
MAGISTER ILMU SUSASTRA
UNIVERSITAS DIPONEGORO
SEMARANG
2013
LOVE VERSUS LUST
THE DECONSTRUCTIVE ANALYSIS TOWARD
ERNEST HEMISNGWAY S NOVEL
A FAREWELL TO ARMS
Tri Arie Bowo
Magister Ilmu Susastra Universitas Diponegoro
Abstract
Literature is an autonomous artwork. It can be interpreted from its own part. The relation of parts of a
literature work creates meaning. The meaning obtained from relation of parts in literary work is
unreliable. A ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
I thought she was very beautiful.
Henry impression toward Catherine is not enough to justify his action toward Rinaldi. Catherine was
the woman whom Rinaldi after. Rinaldi was the best friend of Henry but Henry betrayed Rinaldi just
because of Catherine. It inferred that Henry s impression toward Catherine was not just beauty but
also something called love. Rinaldi s love towards Catherine was deep. Rinaldi was willing to learn
English because he wanted to get close to Catherine. Furthermore, Rinaldi would like to marry
Catherine. Rinaldi s love toward Catherine can be found as follows:
I was very dusty and dirty and went up to m y room to wash. Rinaldi was sitting in the bed with a
copy of Hugo s English Grammar. He was dressed, wore his black boots, and his hair shone.
Rinaldi: I am now in love with Miss Barkley. I will take you to call. I will probably marry Miss
Barkley. Rinaldi: I must make on Miss Barkley the impression of a man of sufficient wealth. You are
my great and good friend and financial protector.
Quotation above expressed Rinaldi s love toward Catherine and Rinaldi and Henry s friendship.
Rinaldi and Henry was the brother at arm. Henry was willing to lend his money to Rinaldi but he was
not willing to give Catherine to Rinaldi. It was obvious that Catherine is the precious thing in Henry s
life; that precious thing is love. Henry was an atheist which means that he did not believe in God.
Henry revealed
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The Pros And Cons Of Augmented Reality And The Virtual World
Technology, as of the year 2015, is so advanced that realism in a virtual world is a reality, But as
human beings we are always wanting more and our obsession to reproduce the world and human
experience in a virtual setting as brought us to the next step. On the spectrum between virtual reality,
which takes computer generated environments, and the real world, augmented reality is as close to the
real world as it gets in regards to technology. Augmented Reality or AR, takes our environment and
what we see around us and adds graphics, sounds, videos and GPS data to it. It superimposes these in
real time. Augmented reality already has and will continue to have a significant impact on how we see
the world around us in years to come. There are so ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Which is a pair of glasses with siri like voice recognition. The user can give commands whilst wearing
the glasses. It controls services such as initiating chats, taking a picture or video, recognises location
based queries such as directions, and projects icons in the corner of the lense.
The pros and cons of Google Glass and similar devices.
PROS: It is hands free. Being able to use technology without the need for hand interaction is a
massive bonus and is the way technology in the future will aim to be. No smartphone is needed
because everything is voice activated.
It makes your life easier and reduces the need for a smartphone because you are looking at the
environment around you instead of at screen. If you were using google maps you woud not have to
look down at a screen because it would be in front of you.
You are always connecting to the web so no matter where you are you don t have to worry about
signal or connection or data charges because you have constant connection.
CONS: Wearing the glasses could take a toll on your vision. The constant computer screen that is right
in front of your eye can cause headache and pain in the eye. It could also damage the development of
kids vision if worn a lot the same as prolonged time watching
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Proposal For Board Of Supervisors
4.) The structure and work on the boards and commissions are that the supervisors representing
Districts 1 and 4 shall be entitled to nominate not more than two persons for membership on the
commission and the remaining supervisors shall each nominate not more than one person for
membership on the commission. Within one year of after each supervisorial redistricting, the board of
supervisors shall review all of which supervisors shall be entitled to more than one nomination.
5.) Get alerted in Alameda about emergencies and other important community information by signing
up for our AC Alert System. The system that will provide for you with critical information quickly in a
variety of situations, such as earthquakes, fires, severe ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Following is just a few (of many) aspects that make Alameda a highly desirable relocation spot:
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Affordable clean and renewable energy from municipal power
Available land in entitled business parks
Proximity about three major international airports (Oakland, San Francisco and San Jose)
A skilled and educated workforce
Significant local business incentives
Lower cost of doing business compared to surrounding cities
All the benefits of the Bay Area without the inconveniences of a major metropolitan community
Alameda is also committed to retaining local businesses and attracting quality jobs to the area to also
attract the green and clean tech industries. To further these goals as the City is an active member of
regional economic development organizations that including the East Bay Economic Development
Alliance and the East Bay Green Corridor Partnership.
8.) Yes, I would want to live in Alameda county. The 3 things that would make this county attractive is
the historical places that are located in Alameda , the beach and neptune beach. These place have a lot
of meaning to the county of Alameda. Would be amazed to live here because of all the wonderful sites
to visit and see their. To work their would be wonderful also because it s a workplace of businesses in
Alameda. This county can also be a less desirable place to live and work because it is expensive to live
their, non stop traffic and people coming and going to the
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Richard E. Walton s Article
1. Control: Design and Diagnosis Richard E. Walton s article From control to commitment in the
workplace is a groundbreaking work which advocates that managers evolve from using the control
strategy to ultimately adopting the commitment strategy. The discussion below considers his
description of a control organization by looking at a case study. The case study which will be put
under the microscope for the discussion focuses on developments which have led to degradation in
how the workforce is managed at the Slade Company. By highlighting elements of their approach used
to manage employees, and then providing examples, it will be clear that control strategy was being
used. Further, an examination of defects in the implementation of the ... Show more content on
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and he does not have anyone to fill his role. This resulted in workers leaving work before their shift
was up, and having a co worker clock out for them. Otto was also not able to control how workers
interpersonal relations and their performance. There were informal groups created and in the case of
the group led by Tony Sarto, they interacted mostly among themselves, to the detriment of division
and against what was the norm within the company. For instance, when the group did overtime on the
weekends, they operated as a team regardless of work assignments (Slade, p.3). The hierarchy
mechanism was also flawed because, Otto s brother, Herman Schell lacked proper supervision. This is
compounded by the fact that all of the 38 workers in the plating division had to be overseen by one
person, without support. Within a control organization there is also the notion that work is mainly to
get a fair day s pay for a fair day s work; managers see workers as a variable cost (Walton, p.78). At
Slade this was evident in how workers were perceived and compensated. They were paid $1.25 an
hour for 60 hours a week and were paid at the overtime rate for hours exceeding then normal 60 hours.
Exhibit 5 which is the Plating Room Personnel chart provides a deeper understanding of how
management viewed workers as a variable cost. It shows how workers are ranked and considers their
years of service, all
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Rock ‘N’ Roll Music Has Widely Influenced Music And Society
Rock n roll music has widely influenced music and society and continues to do so today. Rock n roll
emerged in the 1950 s a time where whites and blacks were heavily segregated. Rock and roll music
not only changed the nation s current musical norms, but indicated the joy of the emerging youth
culture of the generation. It influenced artists whether black or white to come into the mainstream
music. Famous artists still remembered today also influenced rock and roll. Those pioneers helped
change the musical norms and the overall history of music. White rock n rollers helped build a ladder
for black artists to come into the scene. It was certain that rock n roll made it possible for greater
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When first entering in America, British folk music was distinguished by three chord tunes, sparse
instrumentation (with some fiddlers), mostly male performers, improvisation, the singers sporadic
shouts (Scottish yips ), Christian themes served up in hundreds of hymns, and a secular collection of
songs that told stories, generally about love and lost love, using metaphor and symbol to tell those
stories (Allen 101). By the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, British music changed and
became Americanized. Vocal harmonizing slowly evolved, and fiddlers were accompanied by those
who played banjo, an African American opening. Tambourines and bones (tapping out rhythms using
pork rib bones) were a minstrel show contribution (Allen 102). When African Americans were forced
into slavery and brought to North America in the 1600s, they brought their own musical traditions and
sounds. Slaves who were on the Mississippi River Valley delta soil developed what will later be
introduced as blues music. On the plantations, slaves greatly changed British American hymn singing.
They took non religious British American songs and turned it into their own forms of music that
followed their culture and taste of music. Blues emerged in the early twentieth century at the same
time country music became settled from its folk roots. Blues music talked about the indifferences
African American slaves were going through at that time. The blues voiced human
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Landscape Easel Analysis
Have you ever wanted to know what painting was like well in this paragraph you will find out how. In
this quote Although art is an individual expression, the tools and techniques of the artists tend to be
somewhat consistent ( Painting Tools ). This statistic reveals that although art is your own way of
doing it but, when comes to using tools and skills people who like to paint is somewhat the same when
it comes to using the techniques for painting. Painters need to know what types of paint and brushes to
use when painting, as well as have the right technique and skills so what they can learn how to use
paint in different ways. Do you want to know about the easel and how they ... Show more content on
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This tools was important and helpful for many artist it help in many ways like the Landscape easel
helped accommodate the work in plein air. Also portraits were popular in history people use to paint
portraits to of people to let out stress or just to calm down and relax. Like this quote it states Early in
the history of the country, however, portraits began to appear. The early settlers in America were too
busy establishing themselves in a new country to be very concerned with painting.
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How The Somoza Family Changed Nicaragua
During most of the 20th century, Nicaragua was controlled by a dictatorship. The Somoza family
controlled Nicaragua from 1936 1979. The first member of the Somoza family who ruled Nicaragua
was Anastasio Somoza Garcia. He spoke fluent English and went to college at Louisiana State
University. He fostered strong relations with the United States and because of that received quite a bit
of money from the United States. Due to this, the economy of Nicaragua rose greatly and had one of
the richest capital cities in all of Central America (Townson, 1999). But on December 19, 1972, a
devastating 6.2 magnitude earthquake that hit the country and forever changed Nicaragua. The
epicenter of the quake was near to the capital city of Managua and ... Show more content on
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The Somoza family controlled Nicaragua from 1936 1979. The first member of the Somoza family
who ruled Nicaragua was Anastasio Somoza Garcia. He spoke fluent English and went to college at
Louisiana State University. He fostered strong relations with the United States and because of that
received quite a bit of money from the United States. Due to this, the economy of Nicaragua rose
greatly and had one of the richest capital cities in all of Central America (Townson, 1999). But on
December 19, 1972, a devastating 6.2 magnitude earthquake that hit the country and forever changed
Nicaragua. The epicenter of the quake was near to the capital city of Managua and it caused
unprecedented destruction. Over 2/3 of Nicaragua s citizens were displaced by this terrible earthquake
and ten thousand people were killed (Revels, 2014).
Unfortunately, the corrupted Somoza family was the only one who received any benefit from the
earthquake. In the wake of the earthquake, the United States poured tons of money into Nicaragua.
However, instead of going to rebuilding the country, the money was swindled by the Somoza family.
They took the money from the people and then bought up land from people for much less than it was
worth. By 1979, the Somoza family was estimated to be worth $1 billion (Townson,
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Empathy Belly Research Paper
While wearing the empathy belly, I experienced many physical and mental challenges. There were
many obstacles I had to overcome and deal with the uncomfortableness. After wearing the belly for
only a few short hours, I now have even more sympathy for women who have to go through this for
nine months. I experienced many symptoms while wearing the belly. The most noticeable symptom I
noticed was my heart rate. Having a heart condition and wearing the belly probably wasn t the best
idea since it cause my heart rate to increase and I had a palpitation. It makes me wonder what it would
be like if I was actually pregnant. Would I be able to carry a baby without it drastically effecting my
health? I noticed that it was harder than normal to breathe because of the metal balls on my ribs. I was
sweaty and felt like walking from class to class was a chore. The only part of my body that actually
hurt was my ribs because of the balls. Walking in the belly was very awkward and uncomfortable. It
didn t slow me down, but I had to waddle from side to side because it was in the way of my legs. The
metal balls moved ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
It didn t change my views of pregnancy because I know how hard it is to carry a child from hearing
from pregnant women, even though every woman s pregnancy is different. Although it was
uncomfortable, I think it was a beneficial experience because I now have a taste of what pregnancy is
like and how rough it is. I have so much more sympathy for pregnant women now because not only do
they have to experience the physical effects, they also have to experience the mental effects. I give
props to pregnant women because I don t think I d be able to handle it for nine weeks. If a teenage girl
wanted to get pregnant too, I would tell her to wear the belly for a day and see if it changes her mind.
Pregnancy and having a child is a ton of work, and most teenagers cannot handle that amount of
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Pros and Cons of Legalising Marijuana
Cannabis is becoming increasingly widespread and increasingly common in modern day society for
both recreational use and for medication. The article by Craig Reinarman, Criminalisation, legalisation
and the mixed blessing of medicalisation in the USA generates many controversial issues of cannabis.
The two sided debate between embracing medical use of the drug through the therapeutic benefits and
the link between cannabis and psychosis is explored. This issues also stems the question of the
legitimacy of legalisation and criminalisation of cannabis and how key concepts are raised including
moral entrepreneur and social locus . In today s society as cannabis is becoming increasingly
normalised , the theory that cannabis is a gateway drug also arises.
Despite the current marijuana laws, medical research has shown a variety of therapeutic benefits that
arise from the use of cannabis. (Gowling et al. 1998, p. 446)) Revealed that Over the years, cannabis
has been claimed to increase appetite, relax the muscle, improve mood, relieve anxiety and combat
pain and nausea . As a result of these advantages, medical marijuana advocates support and has
pushed for the legalisation of cannabis. However, it is argued that harmful effects can arise,
demonstrating an association between cannabis with psychosis. Psychosis is a condition of the mind,
involving a loss of contact with reality . Hall (1998) stipulated that A high doses of
tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the
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Examples Of Magical Realism In Pan s Labyrinth
After watching the movie Pan s Labyrinth, I believe it deals with some Magical Realism which is
artistic genre that involves realistic narrative and naturalistic technique that is combined with surreal
elements of a dream or fantasy. This genre includes fantasy elements but often has real world social
and political problems. This is why I do believe that the movie Pan s Labyrinth does have aspects of
magical realism, because in the Ofelia, one of the characters, believes in fantasy. The movie also is set
five years after the Spanish Civil War, so the movie includes many political problems. In the movie,
there are a lot of examples of Magical Realism. The movie Pan s Labyrinth begins with a little girl
named Ofelia reading fairy tales. Ofelia
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Daisy Buchanan and Myrtle of The Great Gatsby by F. Scott...
Daisy and Myrtle: The Women of The Great Gatsby
Fitzgerald s The Great Gatsby is a fascinating work that details the corruptive influence of greed. The
main character is a man named Gatsby. The two main female characters are Daisy and Myrtle. These
two women provide an interesting contrast while complementing each other at the same time. Daisy is
living a life of luxury while Myrtle is struggling to make ends meet. They both play major roles in the
novel, and, although their intentions seem pure and promising enough, they both are doomed to
succumb to greed which causes eventual death.
Even though Daisy and Myrtle are the extremes of one another, there are still haunting bonds between
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She aches to be part of an elite class like Daisy, but instead, she is married to a man who is hard
working and honest but does not have the passion that she craves. Wilson, Myrtle s dumb witted
husband, owns a garage. Because Wilson is a passive aggressive character, he does not want to admit
to himself that his wife would cheat on him, even though Tom makes it apparent that Myrtle is more
his wife or property than she will ever be to Wilson. For example, when Tom visits Myrtle at the
garage Myrtle orders Wilson to fetch some chairs while she gives her true lover a warm greeting.
Wilson gives to Myrtle his complete trust in the same way he provides Myrtle with what she asks for,
but she abuses it. She takes her husband for granted while at the same time, she gazes at Tom sitting
on a pedestal she has made for him. Tom is the man that can make Myrtle s every fantasy come true,
but also the man that will lead to her early death. Myrtle is seen to be a fun and floozy mistress, but
not as a real wife. She, as superficial as it may be, is not someone that Tom could take to parties and
introduce to his parents. Myrtle controls Wilson, while Tom manipulates her simply for enjoyment.
For example, Tom tells Myrtle that the reason they could never wed is because his wife, Daisy, is
Catholic and she would never stand for a divorce. In this scene, Catherine, Myrtle s sister, tells Nick
Carraway, the narrator, about the reasons why Tom and Myrtle may never come
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Tone Injection Essay
This technique increases the constellation size so that each of the point in the original basic
constellation can be mapped into several equivalent points in the expanded constellation. Since
substituting a point in the basic constellation for a new point in the larger constellation is equivalent to
injecting a tone of the appropriate frequency and phase in the multicarrier signal, therefore, this
technique is called tone injection. The extra degrees of freedom, which is generated as each symbol in
the data block can be mapped into one of the several equivalent constellation points, can be utilized
for peak to average power ratio reduction. The distance between the original and extended points is D.
The receiver remains unaltered. D is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Various works are available in literature mainly focusing on complexity reduction of optimization
problem. A gradient algorithm is proposed where the gradient of clipping noise mean square error is
calculated and optimization of signal to clipping noise ratio is done in place of peak to average power
ratio and order of complexity is O(N). A truncated IDFT algorithm is proposed where in place of
calculating entire IDFT values, it calculates on maximal IDFT element thus reducing complexity of
optimization process. The basic idea is to divide the group in two halves of N/2 and leave the half with
lesser energy and move in similar way till we reach the maximum energy element, however this
scheme may not always give correct maximal IDFT element, it also costs in lower peak to average
power ratio reduction. For designing the peak cancelling signal clipping noise is analysed and several
iterations of clipping and filtering are used till desired peak cancellation signal is generated.
References also proposed an adaptive scaling algorithm and constant scaling algorithm for tone
reservation. LSA TR method with fast convergence is proposed which is based on least square
approximation and used to find the peak cancelling signal faster than clipping control TR method.
References used genetic algorithm to find the optimal PRC set, it also discussed an adaptive amplitude
clipping tone reservation algorithm (AAC TR) to solve the optimization
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Colonization of Bangladesh
Colonization of Bangladesh Bangladesh, a developing country, is relatively unknown in the globalized
world and is often confused with its dominant neighbor, India. The country as we see it now did not
exist even 50 years ago. The purpose of this paper is to detail how the region was colonized, how
Bangladesh came to be and a brief overview of how it is doing now. As most geographers know that
there is an intense relationship between Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, for good reason too. They
were all part of the same colony once and hence when we talk about the colonization of Bangladesh,
we must mention details from those of India and Pakistan. Colonization of India Imperial colonization
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Extractive colonies on the other hand, were used by the colonizers solely for their resources and thus
the extraction of their resources and the lack of any advanced government institutions and frameworks
leads to them performing worse relative to settlement colonies, as defined in terms of income per
capita. Since Pakistan, India and Bangladesh were all part of colonial India, it is logical to assume that
these three countries will experience similar levels of development. I will attempt to deduce this using
GNI per capita, GDP per capita and the HDI Index. Figure 1 GNI per Capita: Figure 2 GDP Per
Capita: Figure 3 Human Development Index: It is clear from the data above that India has outpaced
both Pakistan and Bangladesh in recent times leading me to believe that the proposed theory does not
hold true for Bangladesh. This is probably because the British set up different types of colonies in
different regions, causing dissimilarities in growth. Pakistan and Bangladesh has been virtually the
same on the HDI index but Pakistan beats Bangladesh in both GNI and GDP per capita. There are
several major factors contributing to Bangladesh s poor growth. Some of which are, but not restricted
to, limited exports,
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Britain as an Awkward Partner in the European Community...
Britain as an Awkward Partner in the European Community
Britain emerged from the war in a relatively favourable position, compared to its European
neighbours. In 1946 industrial production was as high as at any time pre war, and increasing quite fast.
By the end of the year exports had regained their pre war level along with this there was little
unemployment and retail prices remained fairly stable. All this contrasted strongly with the situation in
France, Germany and Italy. Indeed in the late 1940 s and into the early 1950 s Britain s economy
performed better then it s European counterparts. Churchill suggested that France and West Germany
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The official line on Britain s non entry being , we are not willing to make prior commitment to a
scheme whose terms of membership are unknown. This also underlines the fact that Britain wanted to
continue as before and thought it could, at the time Britain was producing about one half of the coal
and steel in Europe.
Right from the conception of the European union Britain has stood aloof from the union being very
cautious and wary. From as far back as the creation of the European Steel and Coal Community in
1952 Britain has shown its unwillingness and reservations about joining Europe. The ECSC was set
up under the Treaty of Paris in 1951 with 6 countries signing. These countries were France, Italy,
Luxemburg, Holland and Belgium. Britain was expected to join the ECSC but this was not the case.
Britain at the time had a far superior economy in strength than the rest of its European counterparts
and felt the union would only inhibit them Economically.
In 1955 a congress was held on the creation of a general customs union, to which Britain did not deem
important enough to send more than a civil servant. However even he was recalled from the
conference. This demonstrated the arrogance of Britain at the time that felt that these Treaties and
agreements did not warrant their involvement. Further adding to their
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Essay on Bombardier Aerospace Company Report
BOMBARDIER AEROSPACE
Team 3 Project Report
COMM 210/CA Summer 2009
Amine Benasla
Camila Fitzgibbon
Luxi Zeng
Qi Zhang
Yuan Yuan Zhu
Concordia University
John Molson School of Business
Table of Contents
1. Introduction.......................................................................................3
2. Growth Phase and Vision.........................................................................5
3. Innovation and Strategy..........................................................................7 3.1. Key to
Success.........................................................................7 3.2.
Innovation..............................................................................8 3.3.
Strategy..................................................................................9
4. Sigmoid Curve...................................................................................10
5. Picking People....................................................................................11
6. Social Responsibility............................................................................12 6.1. J. Armand Bombardier
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They remain with their own differences, lacking of communication and information exchange.
However, such work method started to lose its power when the company began to face the increasing
competition and encounter new needs brought by the economic downturn in 2001. Bombardier
Aerospace met its first revolution phase and they were then forced to look back on their technology
base, restructure and develop a new strategy for the company s further development. The solution
provided by Greiner is to find a strong manager who can swiftly pull the organization together. In this
case, Bombardier Aerospace differs from the companies Greiner described. To find such a manager
was easier for the former. First, Bombardier Aerospace, as part of Bombardier Inc, is not completely a
newly established organization. Qualified managers can be transferred and distributed from the main
company to other segments. Secondly, the four manufacturers under Bombardier Aerospace also have
their own experienced managers who existed a long time before the acquisition. What is in fact
difficult is the task itself. In stead of employees, Bombardier Aerospace has to put the subsidiary
manufactories together. It is the crucial time for Bombardier Aerospace to make the right decision.
The chosen manager has to demonstrate a systemic understanding of the entire organization well
enough to be able to bring it together effectively. For sure, the technology architecture and
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The Controversy Of Cloning And Genetic Engineering Essay
Introduction
God and Nature first made us what we are, and then out of our own created genius we make ourselves
what we want to be... Let the sky and God be our limit and Eternity our measurement Marcus Garvey
(1887 1940).
Cloning and genetically modifying humans is now more attainable than ever due to strides made by
science. With a relatively short history, cloning and genetic engineering have been a new concept for
many people in society with the first proof of cloning being dolly the sheep, the first successful clone
born by the somatic cell nuclear transfer procedure [1]. Cloning over the years has evolved and now
could be used to someday help people requiring organ transplants, recover from traumatic injuries and
aid infertile couples with its reproductive possibilities [4].
On the other hand, genetic engineering can also be a great benefit as through gene therapy, genetic
diseases can be prevented and quite possibly being wiped from existence. Another benefit of genetic
engineering is that it can also allow infertile couples to have a baby but to do this would require the
genetic information of a surrogate alongside the couple s genetic information [12]. This could result in
many complications which is why there is a great controversy on this matter. Although cloning is
known by a plethora of people, whereas the minority of the population knows of genetic engineering
which brings up the question, what is genetic engineering?
Simply put, genetic engineering is the
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Why Should Balloon Be Banned
Balloons are a very enjoyable thing. But they might have a dark side. They are harmful to many of our
earth s environmental factors, such as, wildlife, natural resources, and toddlers could be very affected
by them as well. This is why balloons should be banned.
Balloons are a negative impact on wildlife. They effect a lot of sea creatures, because many sea
animals mistake them for food. According to the text, dead whales and sea turtles have been found
with pieces of balloons in their stomachs. Birds are affected by them too. According to the article,
Birds get tangled in the strings. When birds get tangled in these strings, it kills them because they can t
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Helium is a very useful resource and balloons are taking way too much. According to the text, Helium
is also a rare natural resource; the known supply of it on earth is limited. We could be using it for
many other things. According to Should Balloons Be Banned, It even helps send rockets into space
Helium is a recourse that we need to stop wasting on balloons.
Although balloons can be a fun party decoration, if you don t be careful when they pop, babies could
choke on them. According to the text, Balloons bring people so much joy. But when a younger relative
has to go to the doctor because they swallowed bits of balloons, they might not be as much fun. Babies
could be harmed. According to the text, Children can choke or suffocate on uninflated or broken
balloons When you choke you could die. Therefore balloons are negative because they harm babies.
In conclusion, balloons should be banned because they harm wildlife, they take up a natural resource
that we are running out of, and they kill toddlers. Although balloons are very fun to be around, they
are negative towards many other
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Different Approaches to Screen Violence Essays
Different Approaches to Screen Violence
Violence is a strong issue in society. In a world that is surrounded by terrorism, aggression and crime,
the way violence is represented in the media can be crucial. Most viewers define violence as an act
that breaks out of a personal comfort zone and therefore opinions of how violent a scene is can differ.
Arguments for the link between violence in the media and real life focus on the perpetrator of violence
being unable to acknowledge the difference between reality and the fiction portrayed in film. These
opinions however, are frequently the results of a public who use violent films as a scapegoat for
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This hits the audience with a sense of reality and makes the emphasis with the character. There is a
soundtrack that plays when a jump cut takes place to the two main characters walking down a street.
This music plays a contrast between the normal lifestyle, and when they are at fight club.
In Drunken Master, sound is important in establishing the scene. The synchronous diagetic sounds of
punching and kicking are overly exaggerated. This emphasises the violence but at the same time
makes the scene become less severe and somewhat comical. There is no music at the start of the
scene; this creates realism and a tense atmosphere. After a pause in the action, the first piece of
dialogue is spoken. Jackie Chan is taunted and challenged. As Jackie accepts his opponents proposal
an incidental piece of music begins to play. It is a fast heroic piece, with obvious oriental influences.
This gets the audience involved in the scene and makes them feel empathy for Jackie. Sound plays an
important part in both scenes, and helps to add to and take away from the way violence is portrayed.
There are many similarities that give off different effects in each scene.
Fight Club uses a montage of fast cuts, which increases the pace and makes the scene look visually
impressive. There is no slow motion editing
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Importance of Financial Ratios
Important Financial Ratios in Investment Analysis
Introduction
Financial ratios are derived ratio numbers from the financial statements of a company. Depending on
the task, financial ratios can serve to various purposes in accounting, legal, M A uses, etc. For
investors, financial ratios are very powerful in two ways: indentifying the company s unique
competitiveness and evaluating its stock price level. The first part helps investor find a truly valuable
company and the second part helps investor buy the stock at a bargain price.
Comparison of Financial Ratios
With few exceptions, a great company must have strong competitiveness in its products, operation or
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In general the more liquid the current assets, the less the margin needed above current liabilities
(Graham, Meredith, p.34, 1998). The quick ratio is more descriptive than the current ration since it
excludes the inventory. For example, Apple, Inc. at the end of Sep 2010 has total current assets
$41,768m with cash and cash equivalents of $11,261m and total current liabilities $20,722m. The
current ratio of Apple is 2.02 and quick ratio 0.54, which are quite superior compared to other
industrial players (Table I). Obviously, we will have no wonder about Apple s profitability when we
are playing with an iPhone 4.
Profitability Ratio
Profitability ratios are direct signs of the company s business strengths. Return on equity is perhaps
the most important goal in operating a company is to earn net income for its owners (Wild, Shaw,
Chiappetta, p.697, 2008). A stable and higher than industry average ROE affirms that the company has
long term competitive advantage in its products or services over competitors that will ensure its future
earning and growth prosperity. The ROE of Apple is 35.28%, which win the top place in the personal
computer sector. It is worth mentioning that professional investors widely employ the so called
DuPont model, which is the net margin times total assets turnover times equity multiplier to compute
the
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Balance Sheet and Statement of Cash Flow
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BALANCE SH EET AN D STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
After studying this chapter, you should be able to:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Explain the uses and limitations of a balance sheet. Identify the major classifications of the balance
sheet. Prepare a classified balance sheet using the report and account formats. Determine which
balance sheet information requires supplemental disclosure. Describe the major disclosure techniques
for the balance sheet. Indicate the purpose of the statement of cash flows. Identify the content of the
statement of cash flows. Prepare a basic statement of cash flows. Understand the usefulness of the
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USEFULNESS OF THE BALANCE SHEET
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Liquidity era tio ns
How quickly will my assets convert to cash?
By providing information on assets, liabilities, and stockholders equity, the balance sheet provides a
basis for computing rates of return and evaluating the capital structure of the enterprise. As our
opening story indicates, analysts also use information in the balance sheet to assess a company s risk2
and future cash flows. In this regard, analysts use the balance sheet to assess a company s liquidity,
solvency, and financial flexibility. Liquidity describes the amount of time that is expected to elapse
until an asset is realized or otherwise converted into cash or until a liability has to be paid. 3 Creditors
are interested in short term liquidity ratios, such as the ratio of cash (or near cash) to short term
liabilities. These ratios indicate whether a company, like Amazon, will have the resources to pay its
current and maturing obligations. Similarly, stockholders assess liquidity to evaluate the possibility of
future cash dividends or the buyback of shares. In general, the greater Amazon s liquidity, the lower its
risk of failure.
GROUNDED
The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, showed how vulnerable the major airlines are to falling
demand for their services. Since that infamous date,
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Stand Up For Yourself Analysis
One common theme from both books is to stand up for yourself and your beliefs. For example, Sarah
Byrnes won t let anyone bully her or her friends in school. She has a tough outer shell. Hope Yancey,
on the other hand, isn t fighting for herself. She s defending G.T. and his campaign, and hoping that
G.T. will be elected so they can have a fair mayor. Hope believes that Eli Millstone is unfair and
favoring Real Fresh Dairy. They both share the idea that you should stand up for what you think is
right. Another idea that both stories share is to stay positive no matter the circumstances. Hope always
stays hopeful and positive no matter how many times she moves or is knocked down. The same goes
for G.T., he had leukemia, but even though he
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Speech At The 2016 Play Conference Hosted By The Us Play
Fran, thank you for allowing me to attend the 2016 Play Conference hosted by the US Play Coalition.
I attended three sessions on Monday, April 4th, and the experience was highly beneficial for my future
career and built on many topics I have learned this semester so far. The exposure to Parks, Recreation,
and Tourism Management professionals allowed me to see possible futures for myself. The first
session I attended was on the education track; it was given by Debbie Stevens Smith and was entitled
The Kinesthetic Classroom: Why, How, and When. Ms. Smith, an early childhood professor at
Clemson University, spoke about why it is vital for teachers to create classrooms incorporating play
and movement, gave some advice on how to achieve this, and told us when we could incorporate
movement during the day. The most interesting new thing I learned during this session was about the
Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor; she compared this to miracle grow for the brain. Basically,
exercise encourages the growth of new neurons and synapses, thus increasing brain mass and mood
regulation. She also spoke about Finland, a nation with the highest test scores in the world; their
teachers give students a 15 minute break for physical activity for every 45 minutes of instruction. This
shows that, despite what many educators and policymakers think, more recess time improves school
performance. Another interesting fact I learned was that 85 percent of children are kinesthetic learners,
so by
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Age Degeneration Essay
Age Related Macular Degeneration
Age related macular degeneration (AMD) is an eye disease related to aging. The disease causes you to
lose your central vision. Your central vision is what allows you to see objects clearly and to do daily
tasks like read and drive.
There are two main types of AMD:
Dry AMD. People with this type lose their vision slowly. Some people notice very little change in
their vision as they age. This is the most common type of AMD.
Wet AMD. People with this type lose their vision quickly.
CAUSES
This condition is caused by damage to the part of the eye that provides you with central vision
(macula). Dry AMD happens when deposits in the macula cause light sensitive cells in the macula to
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Things may not seem as bright as they once were.
Decreased ability to recognize faces.
One eye seems worse than the other.
Decreased ability to adapt to dimly lit rooms.
Straight lines appear crooked or wavy. This is a symptom of wet AMD.
DIAGNOSIS
This condition is diagnosed based on your symptoms and an eye exam. During the eye exam:
Eye drops will be placed in your eyes to enlarge (dilate) your pupils. This will allow your health care
provider to see the back of your eye better.
You may be asked to look at an image that looks like a checkerboard (Amsler grid). Early changes in
your central vision will cause the grid to look distorted.
You may be given a test called a fluorescein angiogram. In this test a dye is injected into a vein and
pictures are taken as the dye travels through the eye. This test shows if you have dry or wet AMD.
TREATMENT
There is no cure for this condition, but treatment can help slow down how fast it gets worse.
Treatment may include:
Taking vitamin C, vitamin E, beta carotene, zinc, and antioxidants.
Having laser surgery to destroy new blood vessels or leaking blood vessels in your
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Stephanie Grote-Garcia Biography
Author of Engaging Readers, Increasing Comprehension, and Building Skills: The Power of Patterned
Books, Stephanie Grote Garcia is a specialist in literacy skills for struggling readers. Her passion for
teaching reading and diagnostic skills stems from her speech and literacy problems as a child
(December, 2012). First obtaining a Reading Specialist and Master Reading Teacher, Grote Garcia
then received her doctorate of Philosophy in Curriculum and Instruction and Special Education from
Texas A M University Corpus Christi.
Grote Garcia started her professional career as a K 2nd reading instructor at an elementary school in
Texas (December). Following, she worked as a Reading Specialist in an urban school with struggling
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Over all, her work has been cited 440 times in other scholarly works. Considered a reliable source
among her peers, her writing consists of analyzing what is hot and not in common core literacy
standards, the utilization of pattern books in the classroom, reading techniques for mentally or
physically disabled students, utilizing Pinterest as a tool in developing content knowledge, and
diagnostic and correction of reading habits. Additionally, in 2007 Grote Garcia contributed to a
scholarly article on professional resources. Furthermore, several of her articles have been published
Literacy Today. The submission process for Literacy Today simply involves an individual submitting a
question, pitch, or article to the provided email on their website on Literacy Today s website
(December). Overall, Stephanie Grote Garcia s professional opinion is that educators need to stay on
top of the hottest trends in literacy development and comprehension building in the classroom (Google
Scholar). This includes the utilization of pattern books, reevaluating common core s literacy impact on
struggling readers, and developing a student s knowledge base in struggling readers. Throughout all
the material that she has contributed to, all possess the common thread of developing literacy skills in
students.
Besides her literary work, Stephanie Grote Garcia has given several presentations within her field.
First, in 2013 she delivered a presentation on Enhancing Pedagogical Reasoning Through Technology
at Sam Houston State University (College and Career Readiness Initiative, 2013). Additionally, in
2015, Grote Garcia delivered a lecture titled Social Media as a 21st Century Playground (Social Media
as a 21st Century Playground, 2015). This presentation was given at the University of the Incarnate
Word, where she teaches part
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Political Bias
Everywhere we look and listen there is bias. News stations and news reporters claim that they are
unbiased by are they really? Brooke Gladstone s, The Influencing Machine deciphers the different
types of biases. News stations such as CNN report on politics and news related to politics. The New
York Times reports on breaking news stories such as 9/11 or Boston Bombings. The Today reports on
breaking news stories and stories for the family. Bias comes in all forms and shapes from the
newspaper we read in the morning to the news we watch at night. There will always be political bias,
whether it is election season or the middle of the politicians term. It is prior knowledge of many that
CNN favors the Liberals on the political spectrum. The editors of CNN are very politically biased and
often times showcase the positive side of the Liberals and the negative side of the Conservatives. In
the article, Liberals Win Big the writer, Zelizer, writes about a major victory for the Liberals. The
Supreme Court on June 26, 2015 sided with the Liberal advocates and ruled that states cannot ban
same sex marriage. This ruling of The Supreme Court was a huge accomplishment for the Liberals,
but a major loss to the Conservatives. This article showcases the positive side of ... Show more content
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We can watch, listen to it, and read it. Nothing is unbiased. No news station or newspaper is unbiased.
Everything has bias whether it is subtle or not so subtle. I have bias for almost everything. I have bias
for stores, perfume, clothes, shoes, food, and even laundry detergent. I make decisions based on bias. I
choose to watch CNN because it has a Liberal bias. I read The New York Times because I share the
same opinions as the editors. I watch The Today Show because I value the opinions of the cast.
Without knowing it, bias is a huge component in how we live our lives. Bias plays a part in what we
watch, listen and even eat. The world is made of bias whether it is good or
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Egg Lab
It is time to take measurements and collect data. Take a ruler and measure the height of both eggs. The
take a bit of yarn (enough to wrap around the eggs) and wrap the yarn around both eggs separately to
get their individual circumferences. Then place both eggs on the grams scale individually to get their
weights. Observe their color and shape to get some qualitative data. Rinse the beakers and fill both
with 125 ml of water each. Place one egg in a beaker and place the other egg in the other beaker.
Record the density by subtracting the current reading of water in the cup by the original amount of
water in the beaker. To begin the experiment, remove the egg shells from the eggs. Take one beaker
and fill it with 100 ml of vinegar. Take ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Rinse the beakers and fill both with 125 ml of water each. Place one egg in a beaker and place the
other egg in the other beaker. Record the density by subtracting the current reading of water in the cup
by the original amount of water in the beaker.Leave both eggs in their beakers alone for 48 hours.
After the 48 hours, take both eggs out of their beakers. Clean both beakers for reuse. Fill one beaker
with 125 ml of corn syrup. Fill the other beaker with 125 ml of water. Lave bother eggs in their
beakers alone for another 48 hours. After the 48 hours, take both eggs out of their beakers. It is time to
take measurements and collect data. Take a ruler and measure the height of both eggs. The take a bit of
yarn (enough to wrap around the eggs) and wrap the yarn around both eggs separately to get their
individual circumferences. Then place both eggs on the grams scale individually to get their weights.
Observe their color and shape to get some qualitative data. Rinse the beakers and fill both with 125 ml
of water each. Place one egg in a beaker and place the other egg in the other beaker. Record the
density by subtracting the current reading of water in the cup by the original amount of water in the
beaker. Clean up and the experiment is
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A Student Of A Disadvantaged Elementary School And Co...
As a student of a disadvantaged elementary school and co director and mentor for Project F.A.M.E.
(Fostering the Arts to Motivate Excellence) Summer Camp, I found that that low self esteem and self
degradation accounts for many of the social and academic ills of black and low income children. My
aspiration to teach was first ignited by my desire to expose underprivileged black children to their
African American history and greatness (earlier on in their lives) to dispel the narrative that black
children are biologically inferior. I believe it is fundamental to reverse the psychological oppression
that is often pre ingrained into the minds and spirits of young (especially African American) children.
Expressly, I believe if children can understand and learn about their predecessors resilient and
tenacious spirits, then they are inclined to gain a greater sense of self and perform better in academic
environments. In another light, I yearn for an understanding of pedagogical strategies that births
critical thinkers, creative problem solvers, and a culturally aware people. Arguably, the purpose of
education is comprised of four primary pillars that encourage the growth of a whole being so that he
or she can fruitfully contribute to society; as an illustration, education seeks to foster the development
of intellectual, social, economic, and political capacities. The school is a prominent growth house for
children s guided development and socialization. The most
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U.s. Taxpayers Paid $ 256 Billion For Healthcare
In 1980, U.S. taxpayers paid $256 billion for healthcare services. In 2012, they paid nearly $2.8
trillion for healthcare services (Centers for Medicare Medicaid Services. 2012). This represents a
tenfold increase in a single generation. Although some of the most expensive medical conditions to
treat may not be preventable, there are a myriad of preventable diseases that add to the economic
burden that Americans carry each year. When one also considers the rise in childhood obesity rates
and other related and non related chronic illnesses, the role of nurses as educators in our schools and
communities has become critical to the continued success of our nation.
In 2009, data were collected by the National Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) that clearly
demonstrated the relationship between health risk behaviors and academic achievement in high school
students. Students with higher grades were less likely to engage in health risk behaviors such as
cigarette smoking, alcohol use, unhealthy diets, and increased sexual activity. Unfortunately, the
statistics reported by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for health risk behaviors in
American adults were grim. In 2012, 42 million adults reported that they smoked cigarettes and nearly
47% of American adults have at least one major risk factor for heart disease or stroke. These included
uncontrolled high blood pressure, uncontrolled high levels of LDL cholesterol, lack of aerobic
exercise, and poor nutrition.
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Role of Youth in National Development
ELEVENTH NATIONAL CLIENT CONSULTING COMPETITION 2010
KERALA LAW ACADEMY, THIRUVANANTHAPURAM
SEMI FINAL
My name is Ram Manohar. I am a farmer engaged in paddy cultivation as well as the Secretary of an
Association of farmers. I come from Thirunellveli district in Tamil Nadu. About five kilometers from
my farm land, a multinational company established a factory for producing soft drinks. The entire land
around the factory to an extent of 10 Sq.km was under paddy cultivation. The entire water requirement
for the company was from bore wells in the company premises. It is understood from the employees
of the company that each bore well is around 1000 ft deep. Since the establishment of the factory the
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19. The factory was closed during December 2009,till that time the factory was fully operational. 20.
The association has given written representation for compensation to the company on October 10th
2009. KERALA LAW ACADEMY MOOT COURT SOCIETY,Thiruvananthapuram
ELEVENTH NATIONAL CLIENT CONSULTING COMPETITION 2010
KERALA LAW ACADEMY, THIRUVANANTHAPURAM FINAL
My name is Sofia. I am a veterinary doctor and an expert in embryo transplantation technology. I am
an employee of a Company in Gujarat. I joined the company on 10/05/06. The notification for
selection stipulated that a five year bond has to be executed as a condition for selection. After
selection I executed the bond. At the time of selection I have surrendered my entire original
certificates to the company. The bond stipulated that I should work for minimum five years with the
company and in case of resignation, liquidated damages of Rs ten lakhs has to be paid. Furthermore
the bond contained a non competition clause which prohibited me from working in a similar
organization for ten years. All the selected candidates executed the bond. I was sent to Denmark for
routine training by the company. The company has agreed to enhance the salary to all employees w.e.f
01/01/08. However the company has not yet enhanced the salary citing financial crisis. There was an
offer from another company. I appeared for the interview and got selected. I was instructed to
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Management Team, Change Management And A Disaster Recovery...
IT Organization Structure The organization must use governance and best practices to ensure that the
right individuals are assigned to the appropriate roles that can support the merged organization. IT can
be a resourceful tool that facilitates growth requirements.
IT Security Privacy Companies are most vulnerable to data breaches when they exchange personal
information during a merger. Most organizations get so wrapped up in completing the deal, that they
neglect best practices. Therefore it is necessary to create a framework that guards employee and
customer data.
IT Operational Processes Ensuring that all processes and controls are in place to enable the framework
to run seamlessly. The framework should include a support management team, change management
and a disaster recovery contingency plan.
The Marriot and Starwood integration teams both worked long and hard to figure out which systems
from each organization were the most efficient. Early into the planning process we learned that a lot of
Marriott s tacit knowledge has yet to be transferred into explicit content. They had no real system in
place and the ones that they do, are not fully optimized. Marriott is a family run business that grew
into an organization; therefore they still have an old fashioned way of doing things. Their billing
functions are not electronic, as well as their files, payroll, etc. Starwood on the other hand since
infancy has always relied on technology to push the
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Federal Elections Committee Vs. United States
Carly Stevens
Sara Angevine
American Government
10 May 2016
Federal Elections Committee versus Citizens United
The increasingly popular organization, Citizens United, is focused on circumscribing government in
order to decentralize power and place it in the hands of the people ( Who We Are ). Their firm beliefs
are rooted in the ideas that the founding fathers had for this country based on values such as common
sense, good will, and honesty ( Who We Are). Citizens United Productions, or (CUP) is an award
winning documentary production crew run by Citizens United with the intention of revealing the truth
about particular candidates, which often tend to reveal damaging information about said candidate. (
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Furthermore, they must disclose that the candidate of which the advertising is about does not condone
the message ( Citizens United versus Federal Election Commission. ). The Supreme Court struck
down the law, thus essentially allowing unlimited funding of candidates from corporations. The
unrestricted access that campaigns have when funding grants legal impairment of those who are
unable to donate money as a corporation would, thus making the votes of the people matter less.
In the post civil war era until World War One lived many elites who prided themselves on their shoddy
and commercialized wealth, which can also be said about the current political climate existent in
America today. In the era termed The Gilded Age, by one Mark Twain, there also thrived a great deal
of political corruption due to huge amounts of money that existed in the economy, similarly to our
current political climate. Due to an influx of immigrants that localized to urban areas such as Chicago
there were high concentrations of people in relatively small areas creating problems for the welfare of
people ( Gilded Age Scandal and Corruption ). As it is the government s responsibility to aid those in
need, it was still not enough for many. In causality, organizations were created to fill the gap between
government could provide and what the people needed. These organizations did things like giving
material assistance to new arrivals, got people jobs, provided necessities for families in distress,
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Johann Sebastian Bach Research Paper
Johann Sebastian Bach s timeless work has continued to have an influential impact throughout the
centuries. Being an accomplished musician and composer of his time he has had many important roles
in his life. One namely, are the roles that he revolutionised, Kantor of St. Thomas church and Music
Director of Leipzig, Germany. Leipzig is a city located in the state of Saxony, Germany. During the
Renaissance it rose to prominence and in the Baroque period, stood as a wealthy city amongst
Hamburg and Frankfurt. Throughout the 16th century Leipzig endured, barely, the Thirty Year War
and plague (Stauffer). The city managed to develop and thrive afterwards and the influx of skilled
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Geck and Mann state that due to Bachs role as Kantor he couldn t take on the role of Capellmeister in
the way he would of wished too, much to his dismay (560). Perhaps this is why he was so involved in
the Collegium Musicum, because it provided him with opportunities to explore and deliver an
enriched music environment to the city of Leipzig. Stauffer discusses how Telemann should be
accredited for the formation of the group and it s impact on cultural life in Leipzig. After the parting of
Telemann and the collegium in 1705 there had been three directors; Melchoir Hoffman (1704 15),
Johann Gottfried Vogler (171515 20) and Georg Balthasar Schott (1720 29). During Bach s leadership
of the group, meetings were held in Zimmermans coffee house in the winter and Zimmermans garden
in the summer. They performed concerts with orchestra and choir in a semi public location. These
concerts were of importance as they started to gain popularity and become somewhat of a city interest
(Pankratz 325). The Collegium assisted Bach with composing and performing pieces, as he had ample
concerts and musicians to draw inspiration from. Bach realized the importance of having under him
the music at the Paulinerkirche as well so as to have help of university students in his presentation
(Pankratz
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Admit and Be Shameless
In the book, Wild by Cheryl Strayed, a women is lost is her mental aspect. She has been threw so
much that has been frowned upon. The death of her mother started the roller coaster for her. Cheryl
suffered greatly from her the incident as it caused her much grief. Cheryl is a strong woman as she
admits have wrongs yet unashamed of what she has been through to get to that point.
No matter the how bad the circumstance, some people still believe that it is a character flaw for Cheryl
to not feel ashamed of her actions. Some readers may think that no amount of grieving should cause a
couple to have to deal with infidelity issues.I can see where readers can think this because infidelity is
frowned upon in the bible. Also no one should be cheated on, breaking wedding vows and hearts along
the way.Those readers are not aware of the different ways of grieving. There are no limits to grieving
as one person could simply cry, while another may feel the need to kill.
Cheryl admitted that she ruined her married. She accepted the fact that her cheating would cause her
marriage to fall apart thats why she went ahead a agreed to the divorce. Cheryl told her husband what
she had been hiding for quite some time. I decided to tell Mark the truth. The list was long. I practiced
what I would say, trying to say it in the least painful way. It was impossible. It was time. ... I told him
that I had something to tell him and that it was not going to be easy . She tried to find the best way to
say
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Hong Kong s City Planning
Throughout the past 60 years, Hong Kong s city planning were tightly dependent on the growth of
public housing complexes, and vice versa. Years after the first public housing estate, Shek Kip Mei
estate was built, the government has studied and discovered that core districts, Kowloon and the
northern part of Hong Kong Island, have been rapidly populated that they are reaching their maximum
capacity due to the wave of baby boom and illegal immigrants from Mainland China who escape to
Hong Kong for the Cultural Revolution happening in the north . In order to cope with the large
numbers of newly arrived residents, the government has decided to develop satellite towns, now
renamed as newly planned community and new towns, at the surrounding areas of the traditional core
districts. (Hui and Lam, 2005). The source of land for these new towns is often reclaimed grounds.
Influenced by the British who were still colonized Hong Kong, the government took a reference of
British architect Sir Ebenezer Howard s idea of the garden city in 1898, who suggests that these newly
establish, city surrounding areas should plan to be self contained communities surrounding by
greenbelts that include areas of residence, industry and agriculture properties (March, 2004). In order
to make sure that there would be people moving into these relatively distanced new towns while at the
same time increasing available housing for the booming population, the government decides to locate
numbers of public
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Prince Hal in Shakespeare s Henriad Essay
Prince Hal in Shakespeare s Henriad The question that Shakespeare raises throughout the series of
Henry IV, Part I, Henry IV, Part II, and Henry V is that of whether Prince Hal (eventually King Henry
V), is a true manifestation of an ideal ruler, and whether he is a rightful heir to his father s ill begotten
throne. England is without a true king, being run by a ruler without the right of divine providence on
his side altogether, a very difficult situation for a young, inexperienced, and slightly delinquent Prince
to take on. The task of proving himself a reliable Prince and a concerned ruler is of utmost importance
to Hal, as he does not enjoy the mantle of divine right perhaps by being an excellent ruler, Hal can
make up for the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Furthermore, Shakespeare gives the audience the reason that Hal acts this way: after Hal is left alone,
he speaks his true mind, explaining that when this loose behaviour I throw off/ And pay the debt I
never promised,/ By so much shall I falsify men s hopes;/ And, like bright metal on a sullen ground,/
My reformation, glittering o er my fault,/ Shall show more goodly and attract more eyes/ Than that
which hath no foil to set it off./ I ll so offend to make offence a skill,/ Redeeming time when men
think least I will. (1H4, 1.2.199 207) Prince Hal shows a great deal of insight in this revelation; his
words show that he realizes he has a twofold boundary to overcome: first, he is seen as overly juvenile
and flighty by most of his father s men; second, and more importantly, Hal knows that he has no claim
to the divine right to rule, as he is not of Richard II s bloodline. It seems, then, that Hal knows full
well the way that men respond to the image of royalty, and [is] no less instinctive a politician than his
father, and is in fact the creator as well as the creature of political mythology, the author as well as the
hero of his legend (Ornstein, 137). By rising phoenix like out of the ashes, Hal knows that he will
make a more compelling impression on England than if he had been conventionally princely all his
life, and plays this dramatic advantage to
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Magna Carta Advantages
The rights of English citizens were strengthened from Magna Carta in 1215, by the Parliament in
1265, and in 1689 with the English Bill of Rights. In 1215, Magna Carta Came along where The
English people had won the right to participate in their government only after a long struggle, the key
victory to this struggle being the signing of Magna Carta, or Great Charter, by King John in 1215
which established the idea that the power of the monarch, or ruler, was limited. Not even the king was
above the law. (Ch. 4, Section 3). This evidence from the text states how the English people won their
right to participate in the government. In the text, it says The next major victory was the founding of
Parliament in 1265. The Parliament was
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International Business
Group Assignment: BHP BILLITON
International Business Theory amp; Practice (MGF 5966)
Lecturer/Tutor
Mr. Sharif Rasel
Name amp; ID
Junaidul Haque 263 512 50
Dalaphone Phengrattanavong 266 785 94
Girish Balar 274 718 53
Maike Nan 263 994 90
Due Date Week 11
Introduction
BHP Billiton, which is Broken Hill Proprietary Billiton, is an Anglo Australian multinational mining
and petroleum company. BHP started its operation in Melbourne in 1885 which is one of Australia s
largest and oldest companies, and it focused on development, discovery, production, and marketing of
natural resources. In value added flat steel products, BHP was also a market leader. In 1860, Billiton
was established in The Hague, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Meanwhile, the CSR activities create communities a trustworthy of the organization by contributing
benefit for society. For example, BHP Billiton has been a part of communities which made the grant to
ANDA project to help vulnerable and displaced people in Colombia. The company also invested $13.4
m in the five rivers conservation project. This will create secure, lasting conservation position for the
land and make an endowment for the long term management of the property in Tasmania, Australia.
Those projects have assisted human perception to think positive regarding the organization.
In addition, BHP Billiton works to improve risk profile by enhancing the identification and
management of health, safety, society and environment risks. The company has shown a reduction of
5.7 % in potential employee exposures to carcinogens and airborne pollutants. It is their sustainability
focus on people to maintain people and operation safe, concentrate on people health and well being as
well as developing their employee. Thus, it is a motive for the BHP Billiton s employee to bring up the
innovation.
Apart from that, BHP Billiton also developed a code of business conduct by initiated land and
biodiversity management plans for all of its operations as these included controls to prevent the
damage of the environment and compensation influence to biodiversity and ecosystems services. With
this plan, the firm has created the value of
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Claude Mckay s Life During The Harlem Renaissance
During The Harlem Renaissance, artists and writers of the time period would express themselves
through the experiences that they gain from the streets of Harlem. Claude McKay s writings from the
Harlem Renaissance demonstrates life during that time period by showing the Renaissance as defined,
and defied the boundaries of The Harlem Renaissance.
On September 15, 1889, Festus Claudius McKay was born in Sunny Ville Jamaica. His father was
Thomas Francis McKay, and his mother was Hannah Ann Elizabeth Edwards. His parents embraced
their Malagasy and Ashanti heritage and taught Claude at a young age to embrace his African pride.
Claude McKay was the youngest of eleven children and was sent to live with his eldest brother. His
brother, Uriah Theodore, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
He became aware of the beauty of the great European cathedrals, especially the Catholic ones in
Spain. He later realized that he believed in God in the early 1930s. In his poem Outcast he refers to
religion. It is first brought up in the beginning of the poem My spirit bondaged by the body, longs . He
is referring back to his heritage and his beliefs that he is further questioning. In the article Home At
Last , it states how Claude McKay became involved with the communist party, but later began to find
the religious outlooks of Christianity that were beneficial and inspirational.It is stated that McKay
made the decision to turn his political views into art that later turned into Christianity. Later on in the
poem, on lines 7 8, he states While to its alien gods I bend my knee . In the analysis this poem in the
article Thematic Trends in Claude McKay s Selected Poems of the Harlem Era , it is stated under the
topic of religion The persona having been taken away from the shores of Africa is made to embrace
alien gods in a foreign land. This states how he was stuck in the memory of his heritage and felt
imprisoned in a foreign land. A novel that Claude McKay wrote close to the end of the Harlem
Renaissance was discovered and showed the influence Communism had on his writing. The
manuscript was called Amiable With Big Teeth . According to News York Times, the manuscript was
A novel of
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Mechanotransduction, which is the process by which cells...
Mechanotransduction, which is the process by which cells converts mechanical stimuli to biochemical
signaling cascades, is involved in the homeostasis of numerous tissues. The mechanotransduction of
oscillatory shear stress by bone resident cells has gained special attention because of its role in
regulating bone formation, remodeling and disease. Mechanical forces, especially, fluid shear stress
has been observed to induce several cellular responses in osteoblastic cells, including intracellular
calcium influx, stress fiber formation, ATP, nitric oxide and prostaglandin E2 release, MAPK
activation and gene expression changes 1 5. In particular, there is intense interest in identifying the
primary molecular mechanism of the osteoblast ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Even cells that have been shown to sense mechanical forces (e.g, apical fluid shear) through changes
in the specific activities as a result of stress induced deformation at the apical surface, respond
differently to the same mechanical stimulus depending on the deformation at the basal surface (106).
Thus the physiologic response of the cell to any mechanical stress is governed by the physical state of
the whole cell, and not by changes in any single signaling molecules. This cellular mechano sensing
and corresponding responsiveness of a cell firstly governed by the stress imposed on it specifically at
the surface. In most of the mechanotransduction studies, the descriptions of the imposed force
amplitude are grossly mentioned (like...). But the force variations include magnitudal and vectorial
changes at sub cellular surface due to heterogeneous surface physical/rheological properties (surface
topology, fluidity and stiffness), which actually govern the spatial activation of the biochemical signal
are overlooked. In fact, the determination of spatial surface stress map is very necessary for
interpreting any type of cellular response that made by mechanical force. Thus, before analysis of the
mechanotransduction, in this chapter, we first computationally determined the cell surface shear stress
map using the cell surface topology information obtained by AFM. This stress map further can explain
the related spatial cellular activity as cellular deformation more
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Analysis Of Octavia Butler s Series Of The Parables
I entered Butler University as an English major believing that what we choose to read changes the way
we think, and literature shapes the society we live in. I later changed my major to International
Studies, an interdisciplinary course of study, which allowed me to foster my understanding of the
global society, the complexities of intercultural interactions, and the ability to apply political theories
to interpret one situation from multiple perspectives. When choosing the topic for my senior thesis, I
was torn between delving into a political crisis or taking the opportunity to re visit my love of
literature in an academic framework. Speculative fiction is the crossroads I have found between my
love of literature and my passion for ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Two prominent, but conflicting, interpretations are presented by Garrett Hardin and Elinor Ostrom.
Garrett Hardin first proposed in 1998 that the tragedy of the commons cannot be solved with a
technical solution, which he claims is the most socially acceptable type of solution. Hardin goes on to
point out and question social boundaries by challenging his reader to ask him or herself what is good
(Hardin 1244). He acknowledges that good is usually considered to be a varied concept that is open to
human interpretation and construction; however, natural selection commensurates the
incommensurable (1244). Hardin s proposal that freedom is the catalyst for ruin in a communal
society is one of his most controversial claims because he argues that autonomy leaves room for
selfish motivations that lead to the destruction of the overall good. For example, Hardin briefly
discusses world pollution. The atmosphere and oceans are shared resourced or commons for which
many people do not feel responsible, and thus, they are commons which have been damaged and
polluted, affecting both those culpable and inculpable of the created cesspool (1245). Hardin s
interpretation challenges traditional morals that stem
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Importance Of The Jury System
The American jury system is used most commonly in court, but many question if the jury system
should still be included in trials. The jury system should be kept in court trials because it will ensure
justice is properly made, allow citizens to be involved in the court system, allow citizens to be heard
by the government, and it reviews forgotten evidence shown in court. Some American citizens are
beginning to doubt the trial by jury aspect of court systems, but the majority still supports this system.
A jury is a group of people who decide the fate of the defendant. Juries play a large role in court
systems and help decide the punishment of the accused. Justice is something every human wants made
for someone when being accused of a crime. Having a jury will let unbiased citizens review the facts
and speculations discussed during a case and come to a decision. The use of different views from
multiple people helps look at evidence different ways and see hidden information. Joe Adamson
states, I think it is really great that we have science, but we also have common sense. These jurors
didn t buy into science fiction (Doc D). This statement represents that justice was made in regards of
the accused. The jurors studied the evidence and came to a decision using the facts and also hidden or
forgotten aspects of the case. A jury system allows citizens to be involved in the government by
participating in a trial by jury. Allowing citizens to be involved in a jury system shows
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Self-Confidence As An Emergency Nurse
Self confidence is viewed one of the most influential aspect in people s everyday lives (Bandura,
1986). As an emergency nurse responder, they are moderately confident in dealing efficiently with
emergency situations while performing basic life support to a victim. Moderately true can have its
contributors and factors why the emergency nurse responders mostly chose this instead of being
exactly true. One being, Moderately confident that the responders mentioned that they have joined or
gone through enough trainings/programs on basic life support for the responders to say they are
confident enough to apply what they have learned. Even being with the institution for a long period, in
this case a few responders have said upon interviewing that
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The Literary Works That I Will Be Featuring
The two literary works that I will be featuring are a short story and novel; both set centuries apart yet,
connect with one another in linguistic principles. Both horror writers and with this genre, semantics
can be quite fascinating. Both King and Poe, focus on the various levels of semantics horror and
psychological. The semantic perspective of Christine are that of modern day slang, teenage
symbolism. With semantic idioms and jokes, you would see the humor behind the man with the scary
mask. Christine s characters are teenagers, besides the a little parental irresponsibility, with these
hormonal teens, plus Christine. Arnie and Dennis, were full of idioms, such as, I just had this call to
nature, or I gotta take a whiz! (King) Some commonly used idioms were most directly, ones of love
and anger. Arnie due to the possession or should I say obsession of Christine, his vocabulary goes
from chess club nerb to garage bralling bully. The bully, Repperton was as rough and ignorant as they
come and he spoke like it. Keep your jock on, man or as Dennis put it, Eat me raw through a Flavor
Straw! (King) These guys were the kings of semantic idioms. The semantic perspective is about
understanding meaning in words and their sentence structure. Shifts in meaning changes, especially
with slang words. The meaning of this popular American English culture novel was a metaphorical
teenage love triangle. For Poe, his short story, The Tell Tale Heart would be dramatically
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Phoenix Jackson Hero
Many people in the world have a hero that they look up to. Some of the heros can be a parent, a
celebrity, or a certain relative. In the short story A Worn Path by Eudora Welty there is a woman that is
considered a hero. This women is a hero to her grandson. She did something that was unbelievable
and a great quantity of people would not even think of doing at one point in their lives. This hero is
named Phoenix Jackson. She is a old Negro woman that takes this path a lot that is in the woods and
she always walks plenty of miles to get to her destination. In this story Phoenix is a huge hero because
she goes on this huge adventure for her grandson. Phoenix goes on this huge adventure. She goes
through the woods and walks to town to go to the doctor s office and get medication for her grandson
because he is really sick. Phoenix Jackson will do anything to help her grandson. Far out in the
country there was an old Negro woman with her head tied in a red rag, coming along a path through
pinewoods (pg 47). This shows that the woods she walks through is a path that she walks through a lot
because she knows ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
When Phoenix gets to town, she is treated very hatefully by one of the women in the doctor s office.
Phoenix swallows her pride and ignores the woman s insults so that she can get what she came for, her
grandson s medicine. A charity case, I supposed, said an attendant who sat at the desk before her Are
you deaf?, Cried the attendant ( 52) The attendant was really rude but she just ignores her so she can
just get her grandson s medicine. That takes a lot of courage to do but she did it very well. She also
forgets why she was at the doctor s office. My grandson. It was my memory had left me. There I sat
and forgot why I made my long trip (53). Phoenix s memory is not that good so she is starting to
forget things so it makes it harder for her to do some things. She forgot about the medication for her
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Compare And Contrast Softball And Baseball Essay
Never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game, said the great Babe Ruth. Most
people think softball and baseball are the same sport, but although they are a lot alike they have a lot
of differences. Most people think the only difference between softball and baseball is the gender of the
player, but it s not. Though softball is mainly women and baseball is generally men, there is no rule
anywhere stating that women can t play baseball and men can t play softball. They have so many more
differences than people think. Softball and baseball come from the same origin and are based upon the
same general ideas. Even though softball and baseball seem similar they are actually different because
of the rules, the equipment, and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
While on base you can lead off but you have to wait until after the pitch has been released. The bases
are only spread 60 feet apart which is why the pitch has to be released before you can lead off in
softball. The ball is also different, the ball for softball is significantly larger and softer. The bats in
softball are usually thinner and made out of aluminum, while the gloves are larger. The gloves are
larger because the ball is larger. The last thing for softball is the pitching, the pitch itself is underhand.
The pitching mound is on a level surface with the batter and it is also closer to the batter.
Baseball is a similar sport but there are a lot of significant differences. The games last nine innings
and can also go into overtime. On base in the game the runner can lead off at anytime, the reason for
that is the bases are 90 feet apart. The ball is very small and because of that the gloves are smaller. The
bats in baseball are usually made out of wood. The pitching in baseball is odd, the mound is on a
slight hill making the pitching throw downward to hit the strike zone. The players pitch overhand
almost as if to just be throwing the ball. The mound is farther away from the batter in this
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Macdonald s Supersize Me
Want Macca s ...You must be crackers Note to the morbidly obese and the selectively deaf dumb and
blind: there comes a time when the Big Mac s ...Bite back! By Najam Mahmood Directed by Morgan
Spurlock, Supersize Me (released in theatres 2004) is a participatory documentary in which, in a nut
shell, Mr Spurlock himself happily sets off on nothing short of a 30 day Macdonald s binge in an
attempt to deteriorate his health and mind you succeeds beyond what his medical supervisors had
anticipated. Why? To show people that what even a blind man could see: Fast Food, or more
specifically, Macdonald s, is bad for you. Regardless of how ludicrous the experiment is due to the
outcome already being obvious, Spurlock excels in getting his argument ... Show more content on
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The actual way in which Mr Spurlock conducts these interviews is humourous, entertaining and just
genius. A good example is when Spurlock interviews a group of pre schoolers after he comes up with
the theory that perhaps it Is not the general public s fault that they consume such a ridiculous amount
of McDonald s, suggesting that such stupidity is the result of it being all people knew since they were
kids. In the interview, Spurlock shows the group of pre schoolers a number of photos of famous
people and asks each individual to name them. He finds that while half of them can hardly speak
properly, when shown a picture of McDonald s fries and Ronald McDonald, not one of them fails to
say McDonald s and that they all know who Ronald McDonald is, thus proving his theory. In my
opinion, however, the biggest contributing factor to the success of Supersize Me is simply the director
s magnetic personality and keen sense of humour. Little things Spurlock says or does like My
body...officially hates me or This is the best time of the day when I get to be fat on the bed with my
quart coke just serves to make the documentary all the more
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Detection Of Optic Disc Location
Automatic Detection of optic disc location in Color Fundus Retinal Images Using Circle Operator
Abstract In this work a method is proposed to detect optic disk (OD) automatically in color retinal
fundus image without using background mask and blood vessels. Based on the properties of OD, an
idea of circle operator is presented here. This method has been applied on six public databases and the
promising results are obtained. The experimental results indicate that this proposed method of
automatic OD detection has good accuracy and is also time efficient.
In modern ophthalmology, detection of optic disk is a very important step for retinal image analysis. It
is one of the main feature of extracting the anatomical structure of the retina as illustrated in Fig. 1(a).
Optic disk can be defined as the circular brighter region in retinal fundus image where blood vessels
converge and optic nerve is formed. OD detection is very indispensable for the computer aided
diagnosis of different eye diseases such as glaucoma detection and diabetic retinopathy [1]. Fig. 1(b)
represents the fundus image with retinal lesion.
Many optic disc detection methods have been proposed ear lier. In [4] [6], image brightness based
methods are proposed. In these methods it is expected that the OD usually resembles according to the
brightest pixels within fundus images. In [7] and [8], image variation based methods are proposed
based on the statement that the OD has a high image variation due to the
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  • 2. Mrs Mallard Oppression The Story of an Hour , is a short story written by Kate Chopin in 1894. Throughout this time frame, the Women s Suffrage Movement was going on as well as the constrained traditions of feminine roles. Men were known to be dominant and this short story connects very well with this time frame. In The Story of an Hour , Kate Chopin addresses many of the concerns that are central to feminism, by using verbal, situational and dramatic irony, as well as imagery and flashback, unveiling the issues of oppression and suppression in women. The main character of the story Mrs. Mallard, is firstly introduced to the reader. She is a women afflicted with a heart trouble and because of this heart trouble, there is great care taken to give her the news ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... To the readers surprise, Louise dies of a heart attack at that very moment. When the doctor came there said to she had died of a heart disease of joy that kills (308). While the Mallards marriage was functional and not horribly cruel, Louise still appreciated the new found freedom that she had when she thought her husband was gone. She died not only from a heart attack but at the realization that she would have to go back to a sub surd role, a repressed situation, she would not live for just herself but she would have to bend her will to someone else, and this robbing of the freedom is what really killed her. Josephine, Brentley and the doctor believed that Louise was overwhelmed with joy at seeing her husband alive that the shock kills her, given her fragile heart condition. However the reader is privy to the thoughts in Louise s head and may interpret the ending differently. Seeing Louise s heart breaking sense that her freedom and autonomy was now dashed to the ground is what really killed ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Examples Of Transactional Analysis Transactional Analysis is a theory in psychology developed by Dr. Eric Berne. It is a method for studying relationships and interactions between individuals, considering that people have multi faceted personalities. It also examines how a person interacts towards other people based on the notion that an individual s personality can change over time. Transaction is the fundamental unit of social intercourse, which is the basic element of this study. According to Berne, if two or more people come across each other, one of them will speak or acknowledge the presence of the others. Another person will then respond in a way related to what the other has said (Berne, 2015). The transactions between people can be affected by ego states. An ego ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Primarily, Life Position refers to the general attitude about life a person has that affects every transaction. Life Positions are basic beliefs about one s self and other people which are used to justify our decisions and behaviours (Mountain Associates, 2013). There are four Life Positions namely, Friendly Weakness, Hostile Weakness, Friendly Strength and Hostile Strength. The first type of life position is the Friendly Weakness or I m not OK, you re OK . This type of life position is characterized by feeling helpless as compared to other people. A person in this life position feels depressed and inferior to other people (Newton, 2015). He/she may accept criticisms and negative strokes from others readily. Another type of life position is called the Hostile Weakness or I m not OK, you re not OK . An individual exhibiting this life position feels desperate, useless, and frustrated. He/she may lose interest and hope in life. This attribute is often showed by people who are overly depressed and unable to cope with the real world (Newton, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Love Versus Lust the Deconstructive Analysis Toward Ernest... LOVE VERSUS LUST THE DECONSTRUCTIVE ANALYSIS TOWARD ERNEST HEMINGWAY S NOVEL A FAREWELL TO ARMS Submitted to fulfill the final assignment of Mata Kuliah Kajian Sastra Inggris Mutakhir Magister Ilmu Susastra Universitas Diponegoro Nama : Tri Arie Bowo NIM : 13010212410012 MAGISTER ILMU SUSASTRA UNIVERSITAS DIPONEGORO SEMARANG 2013 LOVE VERSUS LUST THE DECONSTRUCTIVE ANALYSIS TOWARD ERNEST HEMISNGWAY S NOVEL A FAREWELL TO ARMS Tri Arie Bowo Magister Ilmu Susastra Universitas Diponegoro Abstract Literature is an autonomous artwork. It can be interpreted from its own part. The relation of parts of a literature work creates meaning. The meaning obtained from relation of parts in literary work is unreliable. A ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I thought she was very beautiful. Henry impression toward Catherine is not enough to justify his action toward Rinaldi. Catherine was the woman whom Rinaldi after. Rinaldi was the best friend of Henry but Henry betrayed Rinaldi just because of Catherine. It inferred that Henry s impression toward Catherine was not just beauty but also something called love. Rinaldi s love towards Catherine was deep. Rinaldi was willing to learn English because he wanted to get close to Catherine. Furthermore, Rinaldi would like to marry Catherine. Rinaldi s love toward Catherine can be found as follows: I was very dusty and dirty and went up to m y room to wash. Rinaldi was sitting in the bed with a
  • 5. copy of Hugo s English Grammar. He was dressed, wore his black boots, and his hair shone. Rinaldi: I am now in love with Miss Barkley. I will take you to call. I will probably marry Miss Barkley. Rinaldi: I must make on Miss Barkley the impression of a man of sufficient wealth. You are my great and good friend and financial protector. Quotation above expressed Rinaldi s love toward Catherine and Rinaldi and Henry s friendship. Rinaldi and Henry was the brother at arm. Henry was willing to lend his money to Rinaldi but he was not willing to give Catherine to Rinaldi. It was obvious that Catherine is the precious thing in Henry s life; that precious thing is love. Henry was an atheist which means that he did not believe in God. Henry revealed ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. The Pros And Cons Of Augmented Reality And The Virtual World Technology, as of the year 2015, is so advanced that realism in a virtual world is a reality, But as human beings we are always wanting more and our obsession to reproduce the world and human experience in a virtual setting as brought us to the next step. On the spectrum between virtual reality, which takes computer generated environments, and the real world, augmented reality is as close to the real world as it gets in regards to technology. Augmented Reality or AR, takes our environment and what we see around us and adds graphics, sounds, videos and GPS data to it. It superimposes these in real time. Augmented reality already has and will continue to have a significant impact on how we see the world around us in years to come. There are so ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Which is a pair of glasses with siri like voice recognition. The user can give commands whilst wearing the glasses. It controls services such as initiating chats, taking a picture or video, recognises location based queries such as directions, and projects icons in the corner of the lense. The pros and cons of Google Glass and similar devices. PROS: It is hands free. Being able to use technology without the need for hand interaction is a massive bonus and is the way technology in the future will aim to be. No smartphone is needed because everything is voice activated. It makes your life easier and reduces the need for a smartphone because you are looking at the environment around you instead of at screen. If you were using google maps you woud not have to look down at a screen because it would be in front of you. You are always connecting to the web so no matter where you are you don t have to worry about signal or connection or data charges because you have constant connection. CONS: Wearing the glasses could take a toll on your vision. The constant computer screen that is right in front of your eye can cause headache and pain in the eye. It could also damage the development of kids vision if worn a lot the same as prolonged time watching ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Proposal For Board Of Supervisors 4.) The structure and work on the boards and commissions are that the supervisors representing Districts 1 and 4 shall be entitled to nominate not more than two persons for membership on the commission and the remaining supervisors shall each nominate not more than one person for membership on the commission. Within one year of after each supervisorial redistricting, the board of supervisors shall review all of which supervisors shall be entitled to more than one nomination. 5.) Get alerted in Alameda about emergencies and other important community information by signing up for our AC Alert System. The system that will provide for you with critical information quickly in a variety of situations, such as earthquakes, fires, severe ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Following is just a few (of many) aspects that make Alameda a highly desirable relocation spot: ↘ Affordable clean and renewable energy from municipal power Available land in entitled business parks Proximity about three major international airports (Oakland, San Francisco and San Jose) A skilled and educated workforce Significant local business incentives Lower cost of doing business compared to surrounding cities All the benefits of the Bay Area without the inconveniences of a major metropolitan community Alameda is also committed to retaining local businesses and attracting quality jobs to the area to also attract the green and clean tech industries. To further these goals as the City is an active member of regional economic development organizations that including the East Bay Economic Development Alliance and the East Bay Green Corridor Partnership. 8.) Yes, I would want to live in Alameda county. The 3 things that would make this county attractive is the historical places that are located in Alameda , the beach and neptune beach. These place have a lot of meaning to the county of Alameda. Would be amazed to live here because of all the wonderful sites to visit and see their. To work their would be wonderful also because it s a workplace of businesses in Alameda. This county can also be a less desirable place to live and work because it is expensive to live their, non stop traffic and people coming and going to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Richard E. Walton s Article 1. Control: Design and Diagnosis Richard E. Walton s article From control to commitment in the workplace is a groundbreaking work which advocates that managers evolve from using the control strategy to ultimately adopting the commitment strategy. The discussion below considers his description of a control organization by looking at a case study. The case study which will be put under the microscope for the discussion focuses on developments which have led to degradation in how the workforce is managed at the Slade Company. By highlighting elements of their approach used to manage employees, and then providing examples, it will be clear that control strategy was being used. Further, an examination of defects in the implementation of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... and he does not have anyone to fill his role. This resulted in workers leaving work before their shift was up, and having a co worker clock out for them. Otto was also not able to control how workers interpersonal relations and their performance. There were informal groups created and in the case of the group led by Tony Sarto, they interacted mostly among themselves, to the detriment of division and against what was the norm within the company. For instance, when the group did overtime on the weekends, they operated as a team regardless of work assignments (Slade, p.3). The hierarchy mechanism was also flawed because, Otto s brother, Herman Schell lacked proper supervision. This is compounded by the fact that all of the 38 workers in the plating division had to be overseen by one person, without support. Within a control organization there is also the notion that work is mainly to get a fair day s pay for a fair day s work; managers see workers as a variable cost (Walton, p.78). At Slade this was evident in how workers were perceived and compensated. They were paid $1.25 an hour for 60 hours a week and were paid at the overtime rate for hours exceeding then normal 60 hours. Exhibit 5 which is the Plating Room Personnel chart provides a deeper understanding of how management viewed workers as a variable cost. It shows how workers are ranked and considers their years of service, all ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Rock ‘N’ Roll Music Has Widely Influenced Music And Society Rock n roll music has widely influenced music and society and continues to do so today. Rock n roll emerged in the 1950 s a time where whites and blacks were heavily segregated. Rock and roll music not only changed the nation s current musical norms, but indicated the joy of the emerging youth culture of the generation. It influenced artists whether black or white to come into the mainstream music. Famous artists still remembered today also influenced rock and roll. Those pioneers helped change the musical norms and the overall history of music. White rock n rollers helped build a ladder for black artists to come into the scene. It was certain that rock n roll made it possible for greater acceptance, appreciation and a wider ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... When first entering in America, British folk music was distinguished by three chord tunes, sparse instrumentation (with some fiddlers), mostly male performers, improvisation, the singers sporadic shouts (Scottish yips ), Christian themes served up in hundreds of hymns, and a secular collection of songs that told stories, generally about love and lost love, using metaphor and symbol to tell those stories (Allen 101). By the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, British music changed and became Americanized. Vocal harmonizing slowly evolved, and fiddlers were accompanied by those who played banjo, an African American opening. Tambourines and bones (tapping out rhythms using pork rib bones) were a minstrel show contribution (Allen 102). When African Americans were forced into slavery and brought to North America in the 1600s, they brought their own musical traditions and sounds. Slaves who were on the Mississippi River Valley delta soil developed what will later be introduced as blues music. On the plantations, slaves greatly changed British American hymn singing. They took non religious British American songs and turned it into their own forms of music that followed their culture and taste of music. Blues emerged in the early twentieth century at the same time country music became settled from its folk roots. Blues music talked about the indifferences African American slaves were going through at that time. The blues voiced human ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Landscape Easel Analysis Have you ever wanted to know what painting was like well in this paragraph you will find out how. In this quote Although art is an individual expression, the tools and techniques of the artists tend to be somewhat consistent ( Painting Tools ). This statistic reveals that although art is your own way of doing it but, when comes to using tools and skills people who like to paint is somewhat the same when it comes to using the techniques for painting. Painters need to know what types of paint and brushes to use when painting, as well as have the right technique and skills so what they can learn how to use paint in different ways. Do you want to know about the easel and how they ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This tools was important and helpful for many artist it help in many ways like the Landscape easel helped accommodate the work in plein air. Also portraits were popular in history people use to paint portraits to of people to let out stress or just to calm down and relax. Like this quote it states Early in the history of the country, however, portraits began to appear. The early settlers in America were too busy establishing themselves in a new country to be very concerned with painting. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. How The Somoza Family Changed Nicaragua During most of the 20th century, Nicaragua was controlled by a dictatorship. The Somoza family controlled Nicaragua from 1936 1979. The first member of the Somoza family who ruled Nicaragua was Anastasio Somoza Garcia. He spoke fluent English and went to college at Louisiana State University. He fostered strong relations with the United States and because of that received quite a bit of money from the United States. Due to this, the economy of Nicaragua rose greatly and had one of the richest capital cities in all of Central America (Townson, 1999). But on December 19, 1972, a devastating 6.2 magnitude earthquake that hit the country and forever changed Nicaragua. The epicenter of the quake was near to the capital city of Managua and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Somoza family controlled Nicaragua from 1936 1979. The first member of the Somoza family who ruled Nicaragua was Anastasio Somoza Garcia. He spoke fluent English and went to college at Louisiana State University. He fostered strong relations with the United States and because of that received quite a bit of money from the United States. Due to this, the economy of Nicaragua rose greatly and had one of the richest capital cities in all of Central America (Townson, 1999). But on December 19, 1972, a devastating 6.2 magnitude earthquake that hit the country and forever changed Nicaragua. The epicenter of the quake was near to the capital city of Managua and it caused unprecedented destruction. Over 2/3 of Nicaragua s citizens were displaced by this terrible earthquake and ten thousand people were killed (Revels, 2014). Unfortunately, the corrupted Somoza family was the only one who received any benefit from the earthquake. In the wake of the earthquake, the United States poured tons of money into Nicaragua. However, instead of going to rebuilding the country, the money was swindled by the Somoza family. They took the money from the people and then bought up land from people for much less than it was worth. By 1979, the Somoza family was estimated to be worth $1 billion (Townson, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Empathy Belly Research Paper While wearing the empathy belly, I experienced many physical and mental challenges. There were many obstacles I had to overcome and deal with the uncomfortableness. After wearing the belly for only a few short hours, I now have even more sympathy for women who have to go through this for nine months. I experienced many symptoms while wearing the belly. The most noticeable symptom I noticed was my heart rate. Having a heart condition and wearing the belly probably wasn t the best idea since it cause my heart rate to increase and I had a palpitation. It makes me wonder what it would be like if I was actually pregnant. Would I be able to carry a baby without it drastically effecting my health? I noticed that it was harder than normal to breathe because of the metal balls on my ribs. I was sweaty and felt like walking from class to class was a chore. The only part of my body that actually hurt was my ribs because of the balls. Walking in the belly was very awkward and uncomfortable. It didn t slow me down, but I had to waddle from side to side because it was in the way of my legs. The metal balls moved ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It didn t change my views of pregnancy because I know how hard it is to carry a child from hearing from pregnant women, even though every woman s pregnancy is different. Although it was uncomfortable, I think it was a beneficial experience because I now have a taste of what pregnancy is like and how rough it is. I have so much more sympathy for pregnant women now because not only do they have to experience the physical effects, they also have to experience the mental effects. I give props to pregnant women because I don t think I d be able to handle it for nine weeks. If a teenage girl wanted to get pregnant too, I would tell her to wear the belly for a day and see if it changes her mind. Pregnancy and having a child is a ton of work, and most teenagers cannot handle that amount of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Pros and Cons of Legalising Marijuana Cannabis is becoming increasingly widespread and increasingly common in modern day society for both recreational use and for medication. The article by Craig Reinarman, Criminalisation, legalisation and the mixed blessing of medicalisation in the USA generates many controversial issues of cannabis. The two sided debate between embracing medical use of the drug through the therapeutic benefits and the link between cannabis and psychosis is explored. This issues also stems the question of the legitimacy of legalisation and criminalisation of cannabis and how key concepts are raised including moral entrepreneur and social locus . In today s society as cannabis is becoming increasingly normalised , the theory that cannabis is a gateway drug also arises. Despite the current marijuana laws, medical research has shown a variety of therapeutic benefits that arise from the use of cannabis. (Gowling et al. 1998, p. 446)) Revealed that Over the years, cannabis has been claimed to increase appetite, relax the muscle, improve mood, relieve anxiety and combat pain and nausea . As a result of these advantages, medical marijuana advocates support and has pushed for the legalisation of cannabis. However, it is argued that harmful effects can arise, demonstrating an association between cannabis with psychosis. Psychosis is a condition of the mind, involving a loss of contact with reality . Hall (1998) stipulated that A high doses of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Examples Of Magical Realism In Pan s Labyrinth After watching the movie Pan s Labyrinth, I believe it deals with some Magical Realism which is artistic genre that involves realistic narrative and naturalistic technique that is combined with surreal elements of a dream or fantasy. This genre includes fantasy elements but often has real world social and political problems. This is why I do believe that the movie Pan s Labyrinth does have aspects of magical realism, because in the Ofelia, one of the characters, believes in fantasy. The movie also is set five years after the Spanish Civil War, so the movie includes many political problems. In the movie, there are a lot of examples of Magical Realism. The movie Pan s Labyrinth begins with a little girl named Ofelia reading fairy tales. Ofelia ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Daisy Buchanan and Myrtle of The Great Gatsby by F. Scott... Daisy and Myrtle: The Women of The Great Gatsby Fitzgerald s The Great Gatsby is a fascinating work that details the corruptive influence of greed. The main character is a man named Gatsby. The two main female characters are Daisy and Myrtle. These two women provide an interesting contrast while complementing each other at the same time. Daisy is living a life of luxury while Myrtle is struggling to make ends meet. They both play major roles in the novel, and, although their intentions seem pure and promising enough, they both are doomed to succumb to greed which causes eventual death. Even though Daisy and Myrtle are the extremes of one another, there are still haunting bonds between them. Death is one of these ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She aches to be part of an elite class like Daisy, but instead, she is married to a man who is hard working and honest but does not have the passion that she craves. Wilson, Myrtle s dumb witted husband, owns a garage. Because Wilson is a passive aggressive character, he does not want to admit to himself that his wife would cheat on him, even though Tom makes it apparent that Myrtle is more his wife or property than she will ever be to Wilson. For example, when Tom visits Myrtle at the garage Myrtle orders Wilson to fetch some chairs while she gives her true lover a warm greeting. Wilson gives to Myrtle his complete trust in the same way he provides Myrtle with what she asks for, but she abuses it. She takes her husband for granted while at the same time, she gazes at Tom sitting on a pedestal she has made for him. Tom is the man that can make Myrtle s every fantasy come true, but also the man that will lead to her early death. Myrtle is seen to be a fun and floozy mistress, but not as a real wife. She, as superficial as it may be, is not someone that Tom could take to parties and introduce to his parents. Myrtle controls Wilson, while Tom manipulates her simply for enjoyment. For example, Tom tells Myrtle that the reason they could never wed is because his wife, Daisy, is Catholic and she would never stand for a divorce. In this scene, Catherine, Myrtle s sister, tells Nick Carraway, the narrator, about the reasons why Tom and Myrtle may never come ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Tone Injection Essay This technique increases the constellation size so that each of the point in the original basic constellation can be mapped into several equivalent points in the expanded constellation. Since substituting a point in the basic constellation for a new point in the larger constellation is equivalent to injecting a tone of the appropriate frequency and phase in the multicarrier signal, therefore, this technique is called tone injection. The extra degrees of freedom, which is generated as each symbol in the data block can be mapped into one of the several equivalent constellation points, can be utilized for peak to average power ratio reduction. The distance between the original and extended points is D. The receiver remains unaltered. D is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Various works are available in literature mainly focusing on complexity reduction of optimization problem. A gradient algorithm is proposed where the gradient of clipping noise mean square error is calculated and optimization of signal to clipping noise ratio is done in place of peak to average power ratio and order of complexity is O(N). A truncated IDFT algorithm is proposed where in place of calculating entire IDFT values, it calculates on maximal IDFT element thus reducing complexity of optimization process. The basic idea is to divide the group in two halves of N/2 and leave the half with lesser energy and move in similar way till we reach the maximum energy element, however this scheme may not always give correct maximal IDFT element, it also costs in lower peak to average power ratio reduction. For designing the peak cancelling signal clipping noise is analysed and several iterations of clipping and filtering are used till desired peak cancellation signal is generated. References also proposed an adaptive scaling algorithm and constant scaling algorithm for tone reservation. LSA TR method with fast convergence is proposed which is based on least square approximation and used to find the peak cancelling signal faster than clipping control TR method. References used genetic algorithm to find the optimal PRC set, it also discussed an adaptive amplitude clipping tone reservation algorithm (AAC TR) to solve the optimization ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Colonization of Bangladesh Colonization of Bangladesh Bangladesh, a developing country, is relatively unknown in the globalized world and is often confused with its dominant neighbor, India. The country as we see it now did not exist even 50 years ago. The purpose of this paper is to detail how the region was colonized, how Bangladesh came to be and a brief overview of how it is doing now. As most geographers know that there is an intense relationship between Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, for good reason too. They were all part of the same colony once and hence when we talk about the colonization of Bangladesh, we must mention details from those of India and Pakistan. Colonization of India Imperial colonization has had long lasting effects throughout ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Extractive colonies on the other hand, were used by the colonizers solely for their resources and thus the extraction of their resources and the lack of any advanced government institutions and frameworks leads to them performing worse relative to settlement colonies, as defined in terms of income per capita. Since Pakistan, India and Bangladesh were all part of colonial India, it is logical to assume that these three countries will experience similar levels of development. I will attempt to deduce this using GNI per capita, GDP per capita and the HDI Index. Figure 1 GNI per Capita: Figure 2 GDP Per Capita: Figure 3 Human Development Index: It is clear from the data above that India has outpaced both Pakistan and Bangladesh in recent times leading me to believe that the proposed theory does not hold true for Bangladesh. This is probably because the British set up different types of colonies in different regions, causing dissimilarities in growth. Pakistan and Bangladesh has been virtually the same on the HDI index but Pakistan beats Bangladesh in both GNI and GDP per capita. There are several major factors contributing to Bangladesh s poor growth. Some of which are, but not restricted to, limited exports, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Britain as an Awkward Partner in the European Community... Britain as an Awkward Partner in the European Community Britain emerged from the war in a relatively favourable position, compared to its European neighbours. In 1946 industrial production was as high as at any time pre war, and increasing quite fast. By the end of the year exports had regained their pre war level along with this there was little unemployment and retail prices remained fairly stable. All this contrasted strongly with the situation in France, Germany and Italy. Indeed in the late 1940 s and into the early 1950 s Britain s economy performed better then it s European counterparts. Churchill suggested that France and West Germany should lead the creation of a new Europe for justice, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The official line on Britain s non entry being , we are not willing to make prior commitment to a scheme whose terms of membership are unknown. This also underlines the fact that Britain wanted to continue as before and thought it could, at the time Britain was producing about one half of the coal and steel in Europe. Right from the conception of the European union Britain has stood aloof from the union being very cautious and wary. From as far back as the creation of the European Steel and Coal Community in 1952 Britain has shown its unwillingness and reservations about joining Europe. The ECSC was set up under the Treaty of Paris in 1951 with 6 countries signing. These countries were France, Italy, Luxemburg, Holland and Belgium. Britain was expected to join the ECSC but this was not the case. Britain at the time had a far superior economy in strength than the rest of its European counterparts and felt the union would only inhibit them Economically. In 1955 a congress was held on the creation of a general customs union, to which Britain did not deem important enough to send more than a civil servant. However even he was recalled from the conference. This demonstrated the arrogance of Britain at the time that felt that these Treaties and agreements did not warrant their involvement. Further adding to their ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Essay on Bombardier Aerospace Company Report BOMBARDIER AEROSPACE Team 3 Project Report COMM 210/CA Summer 2009 Amine Benasla Camila Fitzgibbon Luxi Zeng Qi Zhang Yuan Yuan Zhu Concordia University John Molson School of Business Table of Contents 1. Introduction.......................................................................................3 2. Growth Phase and Vision.........................................................................5 3. Innovation and Strategy..........................................................................7 3.1. Key to Success.........................................................................7 3.2. Innovation..............................................................................8 3.3. Strategy..................................................................................9 4. Sigmoid Curve...................................................................................10 5. Picking People....................................................................................11 6. Social Responsibility............................................................................12 6.1. J. Armand Bombardier Foundation................................................13 6.2. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They remain with their own differences, lacking of communication and information exchange. However, such work method started to lose its power when the company began to face the increasing competition and encounter new needs brought by the economic downturn in 2001. Bombardier Aerospace met its first revolution phase and they were then forced to look back on their technology base, restructure and develop a new strategy for the company s further development. The solution provided by Greiner is to find a strong manager who can swiftly pull the organization together. In this case, Bombardier Aerospace differs from the companies Greiner described. To find such a manager was easier for the former. First, Bombardier Aerospace, as part of Bombardier Inc, is not completely a newly established organization. Qualified managers can be transferred and distributed from the main
  • 20. company to other segments. Secondly, the four manufacturers under Bombardier Aerospace also have their own experienced managers who existed a long time before the acquisition. What is in fact difficult is the task itself. In stead of employees, Bombardier Aerospace has to put the subsidiary manufactories together. It is the crucial time for Bombardier Aerospace to make the right decision. The chosen manager has to demonstrate a systemic understanding of the entire organization well enough to be able to bring it together effectively. For sure, the technology architecture and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. The Controversy Of Cloning And Genetic Engineering Essay Introduction God and Nature first made us what we are, and then out of our own created genius we make ourselves what we want to be... Let the sky and God be our limit and Eternity our measurement Marcus Garvey (1887 1940). Cloning and genetically modifying humans is now more attainable than ever due to strides made by science. With a relatively short history, cloning and genetic engineering have been a new concept for many people in society with the first proof of cloning being dolly the sheep, the first successful clone born by the somatic cell nuclear transfer procedure [1]. Cloning over the years has evolved and now could be used to someday help people requiring organ transplants, recover from traumatic injuries and aid infertile couples with its reproductive possibilities [4]. On the other hand, genetic engineering can also be a great benefit as through gene therapy, genetic diseases can be prevented and quite possibly being wiped from existence. Another benefit of genetic engineering is that it can also allow infertile couples to have a baby but to do this would require the genetic information of a surrogate alongside the couple s genetic information [12]. This could result in many complications which is why there is a great controversy on this matter. Although cloning is known by a plethora of people, whereas the minority of the population knows of genetic engineering which brings up the question, what is genetic engineering? Simply put, genetic engineering is the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Why Should Balloon Be Banned Balloons are a very enjoyable thing. But they might have a dark side. They are harmful to many of our earth s environmental factors, such as, wildlife, natural resources, and toddlers could be very affected by them as well. This is why balloons should be banned. Balloons are a negative impact on wildlife. They effect a lot of sea creatures, because many sea animals mistake them for food. According to the text, dead whales and sea turtles have been found with pieces of balloons in their stomachs. Birds are affected by them too. According to the article, Birds get tangled in the strings. When birds get tangled in these strings, it kills them because they can t fly. When you let them go, as a tradition it affects wildlife in bad ways. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Helium is a very useful resource and balloons are taking way too much. According to the text, Helium is also a rare natural resource; the known supply of it on earth is limited. We could be using it for many other things. According to Should Balloons Be Banned, It even helps send rockets into space Helium is a recourse that we need to stop wasting on balloons. Although balloons can be a fun party decoration, if you don t be careful when they pop, babies could choke on them. According to the text, Balloons bring people so much joy. But when a younger relative has to go to the doctor because they swallowed bits of balloons, they might not be as much fun. Babies could be harmed. According to the text, Children can choke or suffocate on uninflated or broken balloons When you choke you could die. Therefore balloons are negative because they harm babies. In conclusion, balloons should be banned because they harm wildlife, they take up a natural resource that we are running out of, and they kill toddlers. Although balloons are very fun to be around, they are negative towards many other ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Different Approaches to Screen Violence Essays Different Approaches to Screen Violence Violence is a strong issue in society. In a world that is surrounded by terrorism, aggression and crime, the way violence is represented in the media can be crucial. Most viewers define violence as an act that breaks out of a personal comfort zone and therefore opinions of how violent a scene is can differ. Arguments for the link between violence in the media and real life focus on the perpetrator of violence being unable to acknowledge the difference between reality and the fiction portrayed in film. These opinions however, are frequently the results of a public who use violent films as a scapegoat for physical aspects that shape people s lives. Social ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This hits the audience with a sense of reality and makes the emphasis with the character. There is a soundtrack that plays when a jump cut takes place to the two main characters walking down a street. This music plays a contrast between the normal lifestyle, and when they are at fight club. In Drunken Master, sound is important in establishing the scene. The synchronous diagetic sounds of punching and kicking are overly exaggerated. This emphasises the violence but at the same time makes the scene become less severe and somewhat comical. There is no music at the start of the scene; this creates realism and a tense atmosphere. After a pause in the action, the first piece of dialogue is spoken. Jackie Chan is taunted and challenged. As Jackie accepts his opponents proposal an incidental piece of music begins to play. It is a fast heroic piece, with obvious oriental influences. This gets the audience involved in the scene and makes them feel empathy for Jackie. Sound plays an important part in both scenes, and helps to add to and take away from the way violence is portrayed. There are many similarities that give off different effects in each scene. Fight Club uses a montage of fast cuts, which increases the pace and makes the scene look visually impressive. There is no slow motion editing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Importance of Financial Ratios Important Financial Ratios in Investment Analysis Introduction Financial ratios are derived ratio numbers from the financial statements of a company. Depending on the task, financial ratios can serve to various purposes in accounting, legal, M A uses, etc. For investors, financial ratios are very powerful in two ways: indentifying the company s unique competitiveness and evaluating its stock price level. The first part helps investor find a truly valuable company and the second part helps investor buy the stock at a bargain price. Comparison of Financial Ratios With few exceptions, a great company must have strong competitiveness in its products, operation or management. Financial ratios are a valuable and easy way to interpret the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In general the more liquid the current assets, the less the margin needed above current liabilities (Graham, Meredith, p.34, 1998). The quick ratio is more descriptive than the current ration since it excludes the inventory. For example, Apple, Inc. at the end of Sep 2010 has total current assets $41,768m with cash and cash equivalents of $11,261m and total current liabilities $20,722m. The current ratio of Apple is 2.02 and quick ratio 0.54, which are quite superior compared to other industrial players (Table I). Obviously, we will have no wonder about Apple s profitability when we are playing with an iPhone 4. Profitability Ratio Profitability ratios are direct signs of the company s business strengths. Return on equity is perhaps the most important goal in operating a company is to earn net income for its owners (Wild, Shaw, Chiappetta, p.697, 2008). A stable and higher than industry average ROE affirms that the company has long term competitive advantage in its products or services over competitors that will ensure its future earning and growth prosperity. The ROE of Apple is 35.28%, which win the top place in the personal computer sector. It is worth mentioning that professional investors widely employ the so called DuPont model, which is the net margin times total assets turnover times equity multiplier to compute the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Balance Sheet and Statement of Cash Flow 2760T_c05_176 261.qxd 11/4/08 9:32 PM Page 176 C H A P T E R 5 BALANCE SH EET AN D STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS LEARNING OBJECTIVES After studying this chapter, you should be able to: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Explain the uses and limitations of a balance sheet. Identify the major classifications of the balance sheet. Prepare a classified balance sheet using the report and account formats. Determine which balance sheet information requires supplemental disclosure. Describe the major disclosure techniques for the balance sheet. Indicate the purpose of the statement of cash flows. Identify the content of the statement of cash flows. Prepare a basic statement of cash flows. Understand the usefulness of the statement of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... USEFULNESS OF THE BALANCE SHEET Op Liquidity era tio ns How quickly will my assets convert to cash? By providing information on assets, liabilities, and stockholders equity, the balance sheet provides a basis for computing rates of return and evaluating the capital structure of the enterprise. As our opening story indicates, analysts also use information in the balance sheet to assess a company s risk2 and future cash flows. In this regard, analysts use the balance sheet to assess a company s liquidity, solvency, and financial flexibility. Liquidity describes the amount of time that is expected to elapse until an asset is realized or otherwise converted into cash or until a liability has to be paid. 3 Creditors are interested in short term liquidity ratios, such as the ratio of cash (or near cash) to short term liabilities. These ratios indicate whether a company, like Amazon, will have the resources to pay its
  • 26. current and maturing obligations. Similarly, stockholders assess liquidity to evaluate the possibility of future cash dividends or the buyback of shares. In general, the greater Amazon s liquidity, the lower its risk of failure. GROUNDED The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, showed how vulnerable the major airlines are to falling demand for their services. Since that infamous date, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Stand Up For Yourself Analysis One common theme from both books is to stand up for yourself and your beliefs. For example, Sarah Byrnes won t let anyone bully her or her friends in school. She has a tough outer shell. Hope Yancey, on the other hand, isn t fighting for herself. She s defending G.T. and his campaign, and hoping that G.T. will be elected so they can have a fair mayor. Hope believes that Eli Millstone is unfair and favoring Real Fresh Dairy. They both share the idea that you should stand up for what you think is right. Another idea that both stories share is to stay positive no matter the circumstances. Hope always stays hopeful and positive no matter how many times she moves or is knocked down. The same goes for G.T., he had leukemia, but even though he ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Speech At The 2016 Play Conference Hosted By The Us Play Fran, thank you for allowing me to attend the 2016 Play Conference hosted by the US Play Coalition. I attended three sessions on Monday, April 4th, and the experience was highly beneficial for my future career and built on many topics I have learned this semester so far. The exposure to Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management professionals allowed me to see possible futures for myself. The first session I attended was on the education track; it was given by Debbie Stevens Smith and was entitled The Kinesthetic Classroom: Why, How, and When. Ms. Smith, an early childhood professor at Clemson University, spoke about why it is vital for teachers to create classrooms incorporating play and movement, gave some advice on how to achieve this, and told us when we could incorporate movement during the day. The most interesting new thing I learned during this session was about the Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor; she compared this to miracle grow for the brain. Basically, exercise encourages the growth of new neurons and synapses, thus increasing brain mass and mood regulation. She also spoke about Finland, a nation with the highest test scores in the world; their teachers give students a 15 minute break for physical activity for every 45 minutes of instruction. This shows that, despite what many educators and policymakers think, more recess time improves school performance. Another interesting fact I learned was that 85 percent of children are kinesthetic learners, so by ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Age Degeneration Essay Age Related Macular Degeneration Age related macular degeneration (AMD) is an eye disease related to aging. The disease causes you to lose your central vision. Your central vision is what allows you to see objects clearly and to do daily tasks like read and drive. There are two main types of AMD: Dry AMD. People with this type lose their vision slowly. Some people notice very little change in their vision as they age. This is the most common type of AMD. Wet AMD. People with this type lose their vision quickly. CAUSES This condition is caused by damage to the part of the eye that provides you with central vision (macula). Dry AMD happens when deposits in the macula cause light sensitive cells in the macula to slowly break down. Wet AMD happens when ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Things may not seem as bright as they once were. Decreased ability to recognize faces. One eye seems worse than the other. Decreased ability to adapt to dimly lit rooms. Straight lines appear crooked or wavy. This is a symptom of wet AMD. DIAGNOSIS This condition is diagnosed based on your symptoms and an eye exam. During the eye exam: Eye drops will be placed in your eyes to enlarge (dilate) your pupils. This will allow your health care provider to see the back of your eye better. You may be asked to look at an image that looks like a checkerboard (Amsler grid). Early changes in your central vision will cause the grid to look distorted. You may be given a test called a fluorescein angiogram. In this test a dye is injected into a vein and
  • 30. pictures are taken as the dye travels through the eye. This test shows if you have dry or wet AMD. TREATMENT There is no cure for this condition, but treatment can help slow down how fast it gets worse. Treatment may include: Taking vitamin C, vitamin E, beta carotene, zinc, and antioxidants. Having laser surgery to destroy new blood vessels or leaking blood vessels in your ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Stephanie Grote-Garcia Biography Author of Engaging Readers, Increasing Comprehension, and Building Skills: The Power of Patterned Books, Stephanie Grote Garcia is a specialist in literacy skills for struggling readers. Her passion for teaching reading and diagnostic skills stems from her speech and literacy problems as a child (December, 2012). First obtaining a Reading Specialist and Master Reading Teacher, Grote Garcia then received her doctorate of Philosophy in Curriculum and Instruction and Special Education from Texas A M University Corpus Christi. Grote Garcia started her professional career as a K 2nd reading instructor at an elementary school in Texas (December). Following, she worked as a Reading Specialist in an urban school with struggling readers and writers. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Over all, her work has been cited 440 times in other scholarly works. Considered a reliable source among her peers, her writing consists of analyzing what is hot and not in common core literacy standards, the utilization of pattern books in the classroom, reading techniques for mentally or physically disabled students, utilizing Pinterest as a tool in developing content knowledge, and diagnostic and correction of reading habits. Additionally, in 2007 Grote Garcia contributed to a scholarly article on professional resources. Furthermore, several of her articles have been published Literacy Today. The submission process for Literacy Today simply involves an individual submitting a question, pitch, or article to the provided email on their website on Literacy Today s website (December). Overall, Stephanie Grote Garcia s professional opinion is that educators need to stay on top of the hottest trends in literacy development and comprehension building in the classroom (Google Scholar). This includes the utilization of pattern books, reevaluating common core s literacy impact on struggling readers, and developing a student s knowledge base in struggling readers. Throughout all the material that she has contributed to, all possess the common thread of developing literacy skills in students. Besides her literary work, Stephanie Grote Garcia has given several presentations within her field. First, in 2013 she delivered a presentation on Enhancing Pedagogical Reasoning Through Technology at Sam Houston State University (College and Career Readiness Initiative, 2013). Additionally, in 2015, Grote Garcia delivered a lecture titled Social Media as a 21st Century Playground (Social Media as a 21st Century Playground, 2015). This presentation was given at the University of the Incarnate Word, where she teaches part ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Political Bias Everywhere we look and listen there is bias. News stations and news reporters claim that they are unbiased by are they really? Brooke Gladstone s, The Influencing Machine deciphers the different types of biases. News stations such as CNN report on politics and news related to politics. The New York Times reports on breaking news stories such as 9/11 or Boston Bombings. The Today reports on breaking news stories and stories for the family. Bias comes in all forms and shapes from the newspaper we read in the morning to the news we watch at night. There will always be political bias, whether it is election season or the middle of the politicians term. It is prior knowledge of many that CNN favors the Liberals on the political spectrum. The editors of CNN are very politically biased and often times showcase the positive side of the Liberals and the negative side of the Conservatives. In the article, Liberals Win Big the writer, Zelizer, writes about a major victory for the Liberals. The Supreme Court on June 26, 2015 sided with the Liberal advocates and ruled that states cannot ban same sex marriage. This ruling of The Supreme Court was a huge accomplishment for the Liberals, but a major loss to the Conservatives. This article showcases the positive side of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We can watch, listen to it, and read it. Nothing is unbiased. No news station or newspaper is unbiased. Everything has bias whether it is subtle or not so subtle. I have bias for almost everything. I have bias for stores, perfume, clothes, shoes, food, and even laundry detergent. I make decisions based on bias. I choose to watch CNN because it has a Liberal bias. I read The New York Times because I share the same opinions as the editors. I watch The Today Show because I value the opinions of the cast. Without knowing it, bias is a huge component in how we live our lives. Bias plays a part in what we watch, listen and even eat. The world is made of bias whether it is good or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Egg Lab It is time to take measurements and collect data. Take a ruler and measure the height of both eggs. The take a bit of yarn (enough to wrap around the eggs) and wrap the yarn around both eggs separately to get their individual circumferences. Then place both eggs on the grams scale individually to get their weights. Observe their color and shape to get some qualitative data. Rinse the beakers and fill both with 125 ml of water each. Place one egg in a beaker and place the other egg in the other beaker. Record the density by subtracting the current reading of water in the cup by the original amount of water in the beaker. To begin the experiment, remove the egg shells from the eggs. Take one beaker and fill it with 100 ml of vinegar. Take ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Rinse the beakers and fill both with 125 ml of water each. Place one egg in a beaker and place the other egg in the other beaker. Record the density by subtracting the current reading of water in the cup by the original amount of water in the beaker.Leave both eggs in their beakers alone for 48 hours. After the 48 hours, take both eggs out of their beakers. Clean both beakers for reuse. Fill one beaker with 125 ml of corn syrup. Fill the other beaker with 125 ml of water. Lave bother eggs in their beakers alone for another 48 hours. After the 48 hours, take both eggs out of their beakers. It is time to take measurements and collect data. Take a ruler and measure the height of both eggs. The take a bit of yarn (enough to wrap around the eggs) and wrap the yarn around both eggs separately to get their individual circumferences. Then place both eggs on the grams scale individually to get their weights. Observe their color and shape to get some qualitative data. Rinse the beakers and fill both with 125 ml of water each. Place one egg in a beaker and place the other egg in the other beaker. Record the density by subtracting the current reading of water in the cup by the original amount of water in the beaker. Clean up and the experiment is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. A Student Of A Disadvantaged Elementary School And Co... As a student of a disadvantaged elementary school and co director and mentor for Project F.A.M.E. (Fostering the Arts to Motivate Excellence) Summer Camp, I found that that low self esteem and self degradation accounts for many of the social and academic ills of black and low income children. My aspiration to teach was first ignited by my desire to expose underprivileged black children to their African American history and greatness (earlier on in their lives) to dispel the narrative that black children are biologically inferior. I believe it is fundamental to reverse the psychological oppression that is often pre ingrained into the minds and spirits of young (especially African American) children. Expressly, I believe if children can understand and learn about their predecessors resilient and tenacious spirits, then they are inclined to gain a greater sense of self and perform better in academic environments. In another light, I yearn for an understanding of pedagogical strategies that births critical thinkers, creative problem solvers, and a culturally aware people. Arguably, the purpose of education is comprised of four primary pillars that encourage the growth of a whole being so that he or she can fruitfully contribute to society; as an illustration, education seeks to foster the development of intellectual, social, economic, and political capacities. The school is a prominent growth house for children s guided development and socialization. The most ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. U.s. Taxpayers Paid $ 256 Billion For Healthcare In 1980, U.S. taxpayers paid $256 billion for healthcare services. In 2012, they paid nearly $2.8 trillion for healthcare services (Centers for Medicare Medicaid Services. 2012). This represents a tenfold increase in a single generation. Although some of the most expensive medical conditions to treat may not be preventable, there are a myriad of preventable diseases that add to the economic burden that Americans carry each year. When one also considers the rise in childhood obesity rates and other related and non related chronic illnesses, the role of nurses as educators in our schools and communities has become critical to the continued success of our nation. In 2009, data were collected by the National Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) that clearly demonstrated the relationship between health risk behaviors and academic achievement in high school students. Students with higher grades were less likely to engage in health risk behaviors such as cigarette smoking, alcohol use, unhealthy diets, and increased sexual activity. Unfortunately, the statistics reported by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for health risk behaviors in American adults were grim. In 2012, 42 million adults reported that they smoked cigarettes and nearly 47% of American adults have at least one major risk factor for heart disease or stroke. These included uncontrolled high blood pressure, uncontrolled high levels of LDL cholesterol, lack of aerobic exercise, and poor nutrition. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Role of Youth in National Development ELEVENTH NATIONAL CLIENT CONSULTING COMPETITION 2010 KERALA LAW ACADEMY, THIRUVANANTHAPURAM SEMI FINAL My name is Ram Manohar. I am a farmer engaged in paddy cultivation as well as the Secretary of an Association of farmers. I come from Thirunellveli district in Tamil Nadu. About five kilometers from my farm land, a multinational company established a factory for producing soft drinks. The entire land around the factory to an extent of 10 Sq.km was under paddy cultivation. The entire water requirement for the company was from bore wells in the company premises. It is understood from the employees of the company that each bore well is around 1000 ft deep. Since the establishment of the factory the water availability in the bore wells ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 19. The factory was closed during December 2009,till that time the factory was fully operational. 20. The association has given written representation for compensation to the company on October 10th 2009. KERALA LAW ACADEMY MOOT COURT SOCIETY,Thiruvananthapuram ELEVENTH NATIONAL CLIENT CONSULTING COMPETITION 2010 KERALA LAW ACADEMY, THIRUVANANTHAPURAM FINAL My name is Sofia. I am a veterinary doctor and an expert in embryo transplantation technology. I am an employee of a Company in Gujarat. I joined the company on 10/05/06. The notification for selection stipulated that a five year bond has to be executed as a condition for selection. After selection I executed the bond. At the time of selection I have surrendered my entire original certificates to the company. The bond stipulated that I should work for minimum five years with the company and in case of resignation, liquidated damages of Rs ten lakhs has to be paid. Furthermore the bond contained a non competition clause which prohibited me from working in a similar organization for ten years. All the selected candidates executed the bond. I was sent to Denmark for routine training by the company. The company has agreed to enhance the salary to all employees w.e.f 01/01/08. However the company has not yet enhanced the salary citing financial crisis. There was an offer from another company. I appeared for the interview and got selected. I was instructed to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Management Team, Change Management And A Disaster Recovery... IT Organization Structure The organization must use governance and best practices to ensure that the right individuals are assigned to the appropriate roles that can support the merged organization. IT can be a resourceful tool that facilitates growth requirements. IT Security Privacy Companies are most vulnerable to data breaches when they exchange personal information during a merger. Most organizations get so wrapped up in completing the deal, that they neglect best practices. Therefore it is necessary to create a framework that guards employee and customer data. IT Operational Processes Ensuring that all processes and controls are in place to enable the framework to run seamlessly. The framework should include a support management team, change management and a disaster recovery contingency plan. The Marriot and Starwood integration teams both worked long and hard to figure out which systems from each organization were the most efficient. Early into the planning process we learned that a lot of Marriott s tacit knowledge has yet to be transferred into explicit content. They had no real system in place and the ones that they do, are not fully optimized. Marriott is a family run business that grew into an organization; therefore they still have an old fashioned way of doing things. Their billing functions are not electronic, as well as their files, payroll, etc. Starwood on the other hand since infancy has always relied on technology to push the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Federal Elections Committee Vs. United States Carly Stevens Sara Angevine American Government 10 May 2016 Federal Elections Committee versus Citizens United The increasingly popular organization, Citizens United, is focused on circumscribing government in order to decentralize power and place it in the hands of the people ( Who We Are ). Their firm beliefs are rooted in the ideas that the founding fathers had for this country based on values such as common sense, good will, and honesty ( Who We Are). Citizens United Productions, or (CUP) is an award winning documentary production crew run by Citizens United with the intention of revealing the truth about particular candidates, which often tend to reveal damaging information about said candidate. ( Who We Are ). Recently, Citizens ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Furthermore, they must disclose that the candidate of which the advertising is about does not condone the message ( Citizens United versus Federal Election Commission. ). The Supreme Court struck down the law, thus essentially allowing unlimited funding of candidates from corporations. The unrestricted access that campaigns have when funding grants legal impairment of those who are unable to donate money as a corporation would, thus making the votes of the people matter less. In the post civil war era until World War One lived many elites who prided themselves on their shoddy and commercialized wealth, which can also be said about the current political climate existent in America today. In the era termed The Gilded Age, by one Mark Twain, there also thrived a great deal of political corruption due to huge amounts of money that existed in the economy, similarly to our current political climate. Due to an influx of immigrants that localized to urban areas such as Chicago there were high concentrations of people in relatively small areas creating problems for the welfare of people ( Gilded Age Scandal and Corruption ). As it is the government s responsibility to aid those in need, it was still not enough for many. In causality, organizations were created to fill the gap between government could provide and what the people needed. These organizations did things like giving material assistance to new arrivals, got people jobs, provided necessities for families in distress, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Johann Sebastian Bach Research Paper Johann Sebastian Bach s timeless work has continued to have an influential impact throughout the centuries. Being an accomplished musician and composer of his time he has had many important roles in his life. One namely, are the roles that he revolutionised, Kantor of St. Thomas church and Music Director of Leipzig, Germany. Leipzig is a city located in the state of Saxony, Germany. During the Renaissance it rose to prominence and in the Baroque period, stood as a wealthy city amongst Hamburg and Frankfurt. Throughout the 16th century Leipzig endured, barely, the Thirty Year War and plague (Stauffer). The city managed to develop and thrive afterwards and the influx of skilled refugees from foreign countries assisted in this development. Leipzig s ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Geck and Mann state that due to Bachs role as Kantor he couldn t take on the role of Capellmeister in the way he would of wished too, much to his dismay (560). Perhaps this is why he was so involved in the Collegium Musicum, because it provided him with opportunities to explore and deliver an enriched music environment to the city of Leipzig. Stauffer discusses how Telemann should be accredited for the formation of the group and it s impact on cultural life in Leipzig. After the parting of Telemann and the collegium in 1705 there had been three directors; Melchoir Hoffman (1704 15), Johann Gottfried Vogler (171515 20) and Georg Balthasar Schott (1720 29). During Bach s leadership of the group, meetings were held in Zimmermans coffee house in the winter and Zimmermans garden in the summer. They performed concerts with orchestra and choir in a semi public location. These concerts were of importance as they started to gain popularity and become somewhat of a city interest (Pankratz 325). The Collegium assisted Bach with composing and performing pieces, as he had ample concerts and musicians to draw inspiration from. Bach realized the importance of having under him the music at the Paulinerkirche as well so as to have help of university students in his presentation (Pankratz ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Admit and Be Shameless In the book, Wild by Cheryl Strayed, a women is lost is her mental aspect. She has been threw so much that has been frowned upon. The death of her mother started the roller coaster for her. Cheryl suffered greatly from her the incident as it caused her much grief. Cheryl is a strong woman as she admits have wrongs yet unashamed of what she has been through to get to that point. No matter the how bad the circumstance, some people still believe that it is a character flaw for Cheryl to not feel ashamed of her actions. Some readers may think that no amount of grieving should cause a couple to have to deal with infidelity issues.I can see where readers can think this because infidelity is frowned upon in the bible. Also no one should be cheated on, breaking wedding vows and hearts along the way.Those readers are not aware of the different ways of grieving. There are no limits to grieving as one person could simply cry, while another may feel the need to kill. Cheryl admitted that she ruined her married. She accepted the fact that her cheating would cause her marriage to fall apart thats why she went ahead a agreed to the divorce. Cheryl told her husband what she had been hiding for quite some time. I decided to tell Mark the truth. The list was long. I practiced what I would say, trying to say it in the least painful way. It was impossible. It was time. ... I told him that I had something to tell him and that it was not going to be easy . She tried to find the best way to say ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Hong Kong s City Planning Throughout the past 60 years, Hong Kong s city planning were tightly dependent on the growth of public housing complexes, and vice versa. Years after the first public housing estate, Shek Kip Mei estate was built, the government has studied and discovered that core districts, Kowloon and the northern part of Hong Kong Island, have been rapidly populated that they are reaching their maximum capacity due to the wave of baby boom and illegal immigrants from Mainland China who escape to Hong Kong for the Cultural Revolution happening in the north . In order to cope with the large numbers of newly arrived residents, the government has decided to develop satellite towns, now renamed as newly planned community and new towns, at the surrounding areas of the traditional core districts. (Hui and Lam, 2005). The source of land for these new towns is often reclaimed grounds. Influenced by the British who were still colonized Hong Kong, the government took a reference of British architect Sir Ebenezer Howard s idea of the garden city in 1898, who suggests that these newly establish, city surrounding areas should plan to be self contained communities surrounding by greenbelts that include areas of residence, industry and agriculture properties (March, 2004). In order to make sure that there would be people moving into these relatively distanced new towns while at the same time increasing available housing for the booming population, the government decides to locate numbers of public ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Prince Hal in Shakespeare s Henriad Essay Prince Hal in Shakespeare s Henriad The question that Shakespeare raises throughout the series of Henry IV, Part I, Henry IV, Part II, and Henry V is that of whether Prince Hal (eventually King Henry V), is a true manifestation of an ideal ruler, and whether he is a rightful heir to his father s ill begotten throne. England is without a true king, being run by a ruler without the right of divine providence on his side altogether, a very difficult situation for a young, inexperienced, and slightly delinquent Prince to take on. The task of proving himself a reliable Prince and a concerned ruler is of utmost importance to Hal, as he does not enjoy the mantle of divine right perhaps by being an excellent ruler, Hal can make up for the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Furthermore, Shakespeare gives the audience the reason that Hal acts this way: after Hal is left alone, he speaks his true mind, explaining that when this loose behaviour I throw off/ And pay the debt I never promised,/ By so much shall I falsify men s hopes;/ And, like bright metal on a sullen ground,/ My reformation, glittering o er my fault,/ Shall show more goodly and attract more eyes/ Than that which hath no foil to set it off./ I ll so offend to make offence a skill,/ Redeeming time when men think least I will. (1H4, 1.2.199 207) Prince Hal shows a great deal of insight in this revelation; his words show that he realizes he has a twofold boundary to overcome: first, he is seen as overly juvenile and flighty by most of his father s men; second, and more importantly, Hal knows that he has no claim to the divine right to rule, as he is not of Richard II s bloodline. It seems, then, that Hal knows full well the way that men respond to the image of royalty, and [is] no less instinctive a politician than his father, and is in fact the creator as well as the creature of political mythology, the author as well as the hero of his legend (Ornstein, 137). By rising phoenix like out of the ashes, Hal knows that he will make a more compelling impression on England than if he had been conventionally princely all his life, and plays this dramatic advantage to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Magna Carta Advantages The rights of English citizens were strengthened from Magna Carta in 1215, by the Parliament in 1265, and in 1689 with the English Bill of Rights. In 1215, Magna Carta Came along where The English people had won the right to participate in their government only after a long struggle, the key victory to this struggle being the signing of Magna Carta, or Great Charter, by King John in 1215 which established the idea that the power of the monarch, or ruler, was limited. Not even the king was above the law. (Ch. 4, Section 3). This evidence from the text states how the English people won their right to participate in the government. In the text, it says The next major victory was the founding of Parliament in 1265. The Parliament was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. International Business Group Assignment: BHP BILLITON International Business Theory amp; Practice (MGF 5966) Lecturer/Tutor Mr. Sharif Rasel Name amp; ID Junaidul Haque 263 512 50 Dalaphone Phengrattanavong 266 785 94 Girish Balar 274 718 53 Maike Nan 263 994 90 Due Date Week 11 Introduction BHP Billiton, which is Broken Hill Proprietary Billiton, is an Anglo Australian multinational mining and petroleum company. BHP started its operation in Melbourne in 1885 which is one of Australia s largest and oldest companies, and it focused on development, discovery, production, and marketing of natural resources. In value added flat steel products, BHP was also a market leader. In 1860, Billiton was established in The Hague, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Meanwhile, the CSR activities create communities a trustworthy of the organization by contributing benefit for society. For example, BHP Billiton has been a part of communities which made the grant to ANDA project to help vulnerable and displaced people in Colombia. The company also invested $13.4 m in the five rivers conservation project. This will create secure, lasting conservation position for the land and make an endowment for the long term management of the property in Tasmania, Australia. Those projects have assisted human perception to think positive regarding the organization. In addition, BHP Billiton works to improve risk profile by enhancing the identification and management of health, safety, society and environment risks. The company has shown a reduction of 5.7 % in potential employee exposures to carcinogens and airborne pollutants. It is their sustainability focus on people to maintain people and operation safe, concentrate on people health and well being as well as developing their employee. Thus, it is a motive for the BHP Billiton s employee to bring up the innovation. Apart from that, BHP Billiton also developed a code of business conduct by initiated land and biodiversity management plans for all of its operations as these included controls to prevent the damage of the environment and compensation influence to biodiversity and ecosystems services. With this plan, the firm has created the value of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Claude Mckay s Life During The Harlem Renaissance During The Harlem Renaissance, artists and writers of the time period would express themselves through the experiences that they gain from the streets of Harlem. Claude McKay s writings from the Harlem Renaissance demonstrates life during that time period by showing the Renaissance as defined, and defied the boundaries of The Harlem Renaissance. On September 15, 1889, Festus Claudius McKay was born in Sunny Ville Jamaica. His father was Thomas Francis McKay, and his mother was Hannah Ann Elizabeth Edwards. His parents embraced their Malagasy and Ashanti heritage and taught Claude at a young age to embrace his African pride. Claude McKay was the youngest of eleven children and was sent to live with his eldest brother. His brother, Uriah Theodore, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He became aware of the beauty of the great European cathedrals, especially the Catholic ones in Spain. He later realized that he believed in God in the early 1930s. In his poem Outcast he refers to religion. It is first brought up in the beginning of the poem My spirit bondaged by the body, longs . He is referring back to his heritage and his beliefs that he is further questioning. In the article Home At Last , it states how Claude McKay became involved with the communist party, but later began to find the religious outlooks of Christianity that were beneficial and inspirational.It is stated that McKay made the decision to turn his political views into art that later turned into Christianity. Later on in the poem, on lines 7 8, he states While to its alien gods I bend my knee . In the analysis this poem in the article Thematic Trends in Claude McKay s Selected Poems of the Harlem Era , it is stated under the topic of religion The persona having been taken away from the shores of Africa is made to embrace alien gods in a foreign land. This states how he was stuck in the memory of his heritage and felt imprisoned in a foreign land. A novel that Claude McKay wrote close to the end of the Harlem Renaissance was discovered and showed the influence Communism had on his writing. The manuscript was called Amiable With Big Teeth . According to News York Times, the manuscript was A novel of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Mechanotransduction, which is the process by which cells... Mechanotransduction, which is the process by which cells converts mechanical stimuli to biochemical signaling cascades, is involved in the homeostasis of numerous tissues. The mechanotransduction of oscillatory shear stress by bone resident cells has gained special attention because of its role in regulating bone formation, remodeling and disease. Mechanical forces, especially, fluid shear stress has been observed to induce several cellular responses in osteoblastic cells, including intracellular calcium influx, stress fiber formation, ATP, nitric oxide and prostaglandin E2 release, MAPK activation and gene expression changes 1 5. In particular, there is intense interest in identifying the primary molecular mechanism of the osteoblast ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Even cells that have been shown to sense mechanical forces (e.g, apical fluid shear) through changes in the specific activities as a result of stress induced deformation at the apical surface, respond differently to the same mechanical stimulus depending on the deformation at the basal surface (106). Thus the physiologic response of the cell to any mechanical stress is governed by the physical state of the whole cell, and not by changes in any single signaling molecules. This cellular mechano sensing and corresponding responsiveness of a cell firstly governed by the stress imposed on it specifically at the surface. In most of the mechanotransduction studies, the descriptions of the imposed force amplitude are grossly mentioned (like...). But the force variations include magnitudal and vectorial changes at sub cellular surface due to heterogeneous surface physical/rheological properties (surface topology, fluidity and stiffness), which actually govern the spatial activation of the biochemical signal are overlooked. In fact, the determination of spatial surface stress map is very necessary for interpreting any type of cellular response that made by mechanical force. Thus, before analysis of the mechanotransduction, in this chapter, we first computationally determined the cell surface shear stress map using the cell surface topology information obtained by AFM. This stress map further can explain the related spatial cellular activity as cellular deformation more ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Analysis Of Octavia Butler s Series Of The Parables I entered Butler University as an English major believing that what we choose to read changes the way we think, and literature shapes the society we live in. I later changed my major to International Studies, an interdisciplinary course of study, which allowed me to foster my understanding of the global society, the complexities of intercultural interactions, and the ability to apply political theories to interpret one situation from multiple perspectives. When choosing the topic for my senior thesis, I was torn between delving into a political crisis or taking the opportunity to re visit my love of literature in an academic framework. Speculative fiction is the crossroads I have found between my love of literature and my passion for ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Two prominent, but conflicting, interpretations are presented by Garrett Hardin and Elinor Ostrom. Garrett Hardin first proposed in 1998 that the tragedy of the commons cannot be solved with a technical solution, which he claims is the most socially acceptable type of solution. Hardin goes on to point out and question social boundaries by challenging his reader to ask him or herself what is good (Hardin 1244). He acknowledges that good is usually considered to be a varied concept that is open to human interpretation and construction; however, natural selection commensurates the incommensurable (1244). Hardin s proposal that freedom is the catalyst for ruin in a communal society is one of his most controversial claims because he argues that autonomy leaves room for selfish motivations that lead to the destruction of the overall good. For example, Hardin briefly discusses world pollution. The atmosphere and oceans are shared resourced or commons for which many people do not feel responsible, and thus, they are commons which have been damaged and polluted, affecting both those culpable and inculpable of the created cesspool (1245). Hardin s interpretation challenges traditional morals that stem ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Importance Of The Jury System The American jury system is used most commonly in court, but many question if the jury system should still be included in trials. The jury system should be kept in court trials because it will ensure justice is properly made, allow citizens to be involved in the court system, allow citizens to be heard by the government, and it reviews forgotten evidence shown in court. Some American citizens are beginning to doubt the trial by jury aspect of court systems, but the majority still supports this system. A jury is a group of people who decide the fate of the defendant. Juries play a large role in court systems and help decide the punishment of the accused. Justice is something every human wants made for someone when being accused of a crime. Having a jury will let unbiased citizens review the facts and speculations discussed during a case and come to a decision. The use of different views from multiple people helps look at evidence different ways and see hidden information. Joe Adamson states, I think it is really great that we have science, but we also have common sense. These jurors didn t buy into science fiction (Doc D). This statement represents that justice was made in regards of the accused. The jurors studied the evidence and came to a decision using the facts and also hidden or forgotten aspects of the case. A jury system allows citizens to be involved in the government by participating in a trial by jury. Allowing citizens to be involved in a jury system shows ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Self-Confidence As An Emergency Nurse Self confidence is viewed one of the most influential aspect in people s everyday lives (Bandura, 1986). As an emergency nurse responder, they are moderately confident in dealing efficiently with emergency situations while performing basic life support to a victim. Moderately true can have its contributors and factors why the emergency nurse responders mostly chose this instead of being exactly true. One being, Moderately confident that the responders mentioned that they have joined or gone through enough trainings/programs on basic life support for the responders to say they are confident enough to apply what they have learned. Even being with the institution for a long period, in this case a few responders have said upon interviewing that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. The Literary Works That I Will Be Featuring The two literary works that I will be featuring are a short story and novel; both set centuries apart yet, connect with one another in linguistic principles. Both horror writers and with this genre, semantics can be quite fascinating. Both King and Poe, focus on the various levels of semantics horror and psychological. The semantic perspective of Christine are that of modern day slang, teenage symbolism. With semantic idioms and jokes, you would see the humor behind the man with the scary mask. Christine s characters are teenagers, besides the a little parental irresponsibility, with these hormonal teens, plus Christine. Arnie and Dennis, were full of idioms, such as, I just had this call to nature, or I gotta take a whiz! (King) Some commonly used idioms were most directly, ones of love and anger. Arnie due to the possession or should I say obsession of Christine, his vocabulary goes from chess club nerb to garage bralling bully. The bully, Repperton was as rough and ignorant as they come and he spoke like it. Keep your jock on, man or as Dennis put it, Eat me raw through a Flavor Straw! (King) These guys were the kings of semantic idioms. The semantic perspective is about understanding meaning in words and their sentence structure. Shifts in meaning changes, especially with slang words. The meaning of this popular American English culture novel was a metaphorical teenage love triangle. For Poe, his short story, The Tell Tale Heart would be dramatically ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 51. Phoenix Jackson Hero Many people in the world have a hero that they look up to. Some of the heros can be a parent, a celebrity, or a certain relative. In the short story A Worn Path by Eudora Welty there is a woman that is considered a hero. This women is a hero to her grandson. She did something that was unbelievable and a great quantity of people would not even think of doing at one point in their lives. This hero is named Phoenix Jackson. She is a old Negro woman that takes this path a lot that is in the woods and she always walks plenty of miles to get to her destination. In this story Phoenix is a huge hero because she goes on this huge adventure for her grandson. Phoenix goes on this huge adventure. She goes through the woods and walks to town to go to the doctor s office and get medication for her grandson because he is really sick. Phoenix Jackson will do anything to help her grandson. Far out in the country there was an old Negro woman with her head tied in a red rag, coming along a path through pinewoods (pg 47). This shows that the woods she walks through is a path that she walks through a lot because she knows ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... When Phoenix gets to town, she is treated very hatefully by one of the women in the doctor s office. Phoenix swallows her pride and ignores the woman s insults so that she can get what she came for, her grandson s medicine. A charity case, I supposed, said an attendant who sat at the desk before her Are you deaf?, Cried the attendant ( 52) The attendant was really rude but she just ignores her so she can just get her grandson s medicine. That takes a lot of courage to do but she did it very well. She also forgets why she was at the doctor s office. My grandson. It was my memory had left me. There I sat and forgot why I made my long trip (53). Phoenix s memory is not that good so she is starting to forget things so it makes it harder for her to do some things. She forgot about the medication for her ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 52. Compare And Contrast Softball And Baseball Essay Never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game, said the great Babe Ruth. Most people think softball and baseball are the same sport, but although they are a lot alike they have a lot of differences. Most people think the only difference between softball and baseball is the gender of the player, but it s not. Though softball is mainly women and baseball is generally men, there is no rule anywhere stating that women can t play baseball and men can t play softball. They have so many more differences than people think. Softball and baseball come from the same origin and are based upon the same general ideas. Even though softball and baseball seem similar they are actually different because of the rules, the equipment, and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... While on base you can lead off but you have to wait until after the pitch has been released. The bases are only spread 60 feet apart which is why the pitch has to be released before you can lead off in softball. The ball is also different, the ball for softball is significantly larger and softer. The bats in softball are usually thinner and made out of aluminum, while the gloves are larger. The gloves are larger because the ball is larger. The last thing for softball is the pitching, the pitch itself is underhand. The pitching mound is on a level surface with the batter and it is also closer to the batter. Baseball is a similar sport but there are a lot of significant differences. The games last nine innings and can also go into overtime. On base in the game the runner can lead off at anytime, the reason for that is the bases are 90 feet apart. The ball is very small and because of that the gloves are smaller. The bats in baseball are usually made out of wood. The pitching in baseball is odd, the mound is on a slight hill making the pitching throw downward to hit the strike zone. The players pitch overhand almost as if to just be throwing the ball. The mound is farther away from the batter in this ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 53. Macdonald s Supersize Me Want Macca s ...You must be crackers Note to the morbidly obese and the selectively deaf dumb and blind: there comes a time when the Big Mac s ...Bite back! By Najam Mahmood Directed by Morgan Spurlock, Supersize Me (released in theatres 2004) is a participatory documentary in which, in a nut shell, Mr Spurlock himself happily sets off on nothing short of a 30 day Macdonald s binge in an attempt to deteriorate his health and mind you succeeds beyond what his medical supervisors had anticipated. Why? To show people that what even a blind man could see: Fast Food, or more specifically, Macdonald s, is bad for you. Regardless of how ludicrous the experiment is due to the outcome already being obvious, Spurlock excels in getting his argument ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The actual way in which Mr Spurlock conducts these interviews is humourous, entertaining and just genius. A good example is when Spurlock interviews a group of pre schoolers after he comes up with the theory that perhaps it Is not the general public s fault that they consume such a ridiculous amount of McDonald s, suggesting that such stupidity is the result of it being all people knew since they were kids. In the interview, Spurlock shows the group of pre schoolers a number of photos of famous people and asks each individual to name them. He finds that while half of them can hardly speak properly, when shown a picture of McDonald s fries and Ronald McDonald, not one of them fails to say McDonald s and that they all know who Ronald McDonald is, thus proving his theory. In my opinion, however, the biggest contributing factor to the success of Supersize Me is simply the director s magnetic personality and keen sense of humour. Little things Spurlock says or does like My body...officially hates me or This is the best time of the day when I get to be fat on the bed with my quart coke just serves to make the documentary all the more ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 54. Detection Of Optic Disc Location Automatic Detection of optic disc location in Color Fundus Retinal Images Using Circle Operator Abstract In this work a method is proposed to detect optic disk (OD) automatically in color retinal fundus image without using background mask and blood vessels. Based on the properties of OD, an idea of circle operator is presented here. This method has been applied on six public databases and the promising results are obtained. The experimental results indicate that this proposed method of automatic OD detection has good accuracy and is also time efficient. In modern ophthalmology, detection of optic disk is a very important step for retinal image analysis. It is one of the main feature of extracting the anatomical structure of the retina as illustrated in Fig. 1(a). Optic disk can be defined as the circular brighter region in retinal fundus image where blood vessels converge and optic nerve is formed. OD detection is very indispensable for the computer aided diagnosis of different eye diseases such as glaucoma detection and diabetic retinopathy [1]. Fig. 1(b) represents the fundus image with retinal lesion. Many optic disc detection methods have been proposed ear lier. In [4] [6], image brightness based methods are proposed. In these methods it is expected that the OD usually resembles according to the brightest pixels within fundus images. In [7] and [8], image variation based methods are proposed based on the statement that the OD has a high image variation due to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...