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Perversity and Lawrence’s Prussian Officer - Perversity and Lawrence’s Prussian Officer        Ferdinand de Saussure developed his "theory of the sign" as part of a more general course on linguistics he taught in the nineteenth century.  The "sign" represents the arbitrary relationship between the signifier (a word, or even a sound), and the signified (the meaning we give to the word or sound in our minds).  For example, the word "can" signifies a cylindrical container to me, but could mean something entirely different to someone who does not understand English.  The relationship of the word "can" to a can is completely subjective.  It's nothing but a trigger for my pre-existing notion of a can....   [tags: Prussian]
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Power Relationships in Hughes's "Father and Son" and Lawrence's "The Prussian Officer" - Power Relationships in Hughes's "Father and Son" and Lawrence's "The Prussian Officer" There are many similarities in plot and theme in Langston Hughes’ "Father and Son" and D. H. Lawrence’s "The Prussian Officer." While each story is told in a very different style, the general tone is similar in each. The focal point in each story is a relationship between one man in power, and another man who is a subordinate. The dominant man has generally benevolent feelings towards his subordinate, information which is related to the reader through an omniscient narrator....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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Comparing Rocking-Horse Winner, Prussian Officer, and Second Best - Differences in Rocking-Horse Winner, Prussian Officer, and Second Best Works by the same author often show the repeated use of certain words, images, or plots. In five short stories by the author, D.H. Lawrence, differences between social classes are the basis for conflict and provide the foundation for taboo relationships. These five stories are "The Rocking-Horse Winner," "The Prussian Officer," "Second Best," "The White Stocking," and "The Daughters of the Vicar." The inclusion of the motif of class differences in these particular works often leads to acts of violence or tragedy as the outcome....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]
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Analysis of Guy de Maupassant's Two Friends - We all have a place that we like to go to relax. For some, it is a quiet place and a good book to read. Others may enjoy spending quality time with friends and family. Guy de Maupassant enjoyed being near water. Maupassant “was a passionate lover of the sea and of rivers” (“Guy de Maupassant”). In his short story “Two Friends”, distant friends run into each other and decide to relive a peaceful activity they once shared: fishing. Maupassant’s love of the water influenced the content of this story....   [tags: franco-prussian, franco-german war]
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Community Education Officer and Inclusion - In order to understand the principles of inclusion and organisational structures which are in place within different professional contexts, it is important to expand on personal understanding of a variety of reflective learning models, as well as increasing awareness of inclusion and the diverse range of values which are contained within different ideologies of inclusive practices. Reflection on personal understanding of professional contexts and the variety of personal attributes which are required in order to develop and deliver to service users is equally important....   [tags: education, learning, Community Education Officer ]
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A Career as a Police Officer - It would be fulfilling to be a police officer because police officers help people in the community and keep it safe. They also enforce the law. They are the reason why people can live their lives in peace. If there is anyone in the community that citizens can trust it would be the police officers. Police officers have to accomplish many things in their workday. (Career Cruising.com) They have to write detailed reports and fill out forms.(Career Cruising.com) They are responsible for making sure that people obey the law and are kept safe at all times.(Career Cruising.com) They also observe the activities of suspects.(Career Cruising.com) Cops have to gather facts and collect evidence from...   [tags: safety issues, police officers]
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Career as a Military Officer - Career as a Military Officer I. Text research Definition: A military officer, a member of the U.S. Armed Forces, is responsible for the protection of U.S. citizens. This is a broad responsibility however and each officer has a distinct role that (s) he plays in the maintenance of national defense. As a member of the military, an officer signs a contract and must serve a number of years before retirement is possible. There are five branches of the U.S. Armed Forces. The Army is the senior service and fight mostly on land....   [tags: Military Officer U,S, Armed Forces Army Essays]
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Prussian Military Reforms - Innovation and Evolution: Prussian Military Reforms of the 19th Century The concept of war as a static and unchanging occurrence is an outdated and dangerous miscalculation. More accurately, war is a fluidic, evolving and shifting phenomenon constantly reinventing itself, rendering stagnant, inflexible principles potentially disastrous. Consequently, as students of war and future players in this transforming theatre, the study of eras of significant development is an extremely relevant pursuit....   [tags: European History] 2277 words
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Frederick II, the Great of Prussia - Frederick II, the Great, overcame the resource limitations within Prussia by mastering three aspects of the western way of war: the ability to finance war, possessing a highly disciplined military, and an aggressive mindset toward achieving quick decisive victory, which established Prussia as a major European power. Frederick II accomplished this feat while being surrounded by powerful neighbors that possessed larger populations, armies, and financial excess. His initial assessment on the state of his Prussian inheritance from his personal writings follows: …cast your eyes over the map, and you will see that the greatest part of my territories is dispersed…cannot mutually assist each other…...   [tags: notorious leaders of the past]
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The Franco-Prussian War - The Franco-Prussian war was waged between France and Prussia with a coalition of German States from July 15, 1870 to February 1, 1871. Prussian leadership of the German states had been confirmed after Prussia’s defeat of Austria in the Seven Weeks’ War in 1866. This threatened France’s position as the dominant power in Europe. The candidacy of Prince Leopold, for the Spanish throne, was one of the immediate causes of the Franco-Prussian war. It was Otto von Bismarck, the Prussian chancellor, and Spain’s de facto leader, Juan Prim who persuaded a very reluctant Leopold to accept the Spanish throne in June 1870....   [tags: Otto Van Bismarck, international tensions]
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From Warrant Officer to Police Officer - After completing the GEMS essay it was determined that I am an Upward Mobile Analyst; a technical expert. I agree with the conclusion that was made based on my responses to the survey. As a Warrant Officer in the Army National Guard I am expected to be a technical expert in my field, radar systems. I am also expected to be an expert in my career field as a police officer. I am expected to know the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and how to judiciously enforce them. I strive to learn and retain everything I can in order to be the most proficient soldier and police officer....   [tags: Vocational Traits] 694 words
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The Importance of the Chief Information Officer - The Chief Information Officer is also known by the title Information Technology Director. According to the US Department of Labor, “Chief Information Officers are responsible for the overall technological direction of their organizations.” (bls.gov). Contained within their various functions the Chief Information Officer has the ability to conduct the hiring of Information Technology professionals and other support personnel that can ably assist in accomplishing information technology related projects....   [tags: Corporate Organization]
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A Career as a Parole Officer - Parole Officer I am writing on being a parole officer. I am giving information on them. My mom was on probation so I have had my experiences with probation and how positively it could affect one’s life. They focus on keeping people that were in jail under control, when they get out. They need and use the same equipment as a police officer. They have some different equipment then police officers. They make lots of money. There are also different types of parole officers. A person needs at least a bachelor’s degree to become a parole officer....   [tags: degree, criminals, probation] 1323 words
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Detailed Overview of an HR Officer -   Contents Executive Summary: 4 Introduction: 5 Methodology and Limitation 5 1. Determining own Responsibility and Performance 5 1.1 Responsibilities and performance objectives: 5 1.2 Effectiveness in meeting objectives: 6 1.3 Recommendations for improvement: 6 1.4 How motivational techniques can be used to improve quality of performance: 7 Employee Assistance: 7 Interesting Work: 7 Fair treatments: 7 Open & frequent communications: 7 Competent supervision: 7 Career security: 7 Performance feedbacks: 7 Medical & health: 8 2 interpersonal& transferable skills 8 2.1 Development of interpersonal& transferable skills 8 2.2 Communication in various styles and level: 9 Oral communication with oper...   [tags: Work Objectives, Team Dynamics]
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Empowerment of the American Noncommissioned Officer - Empowerment of the American Noncommissioned Officer The United States Army history covers a period of over two centuries. Throughout the course of those years, the ever-increasing empowerment of the Noncommissioned Officers (NCO) has progressively taken on a more demanding role. These Soldiers are the most professional, educated and disciplined NCOs throughout the world. They have obtained an increasing empowerment through factors of education, technology, and modern tactics used from an all-volunteer Army....   [tags: army, United States, NCO, education, tactics]
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Interview to a Police Officer - Born and raised on the Big Island of Hawaii, Captain Sameul Jelsma of Pahoa Police Station has served as a police officer for more than two decades. He is the commander of the station and he oversees the lower Puna district. Before he joined the Hawaii Police Department, he served in the US military. When he was in the army, he decided to come back and serve his own community. He was initially enlisted as a patrol officer but his commitment and hard work rewarded him with promotions as the result of which he became a captain....   [tags: law enfocement, personal analysis] 594 words
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Evolution of the Police Officer - Police officers serve and protect the people in their community. The earliest police force was established around the 1750’s. Although the first police force in the modern sense came to be over 250 years ago, the purpose they had is the same as today. As with the rest of the world advancing and progressing, the police force has advanced in many ways which have made them a more efficient and capable unit, in order to more fully accomplish their purpose of serving their community. In the next few paragraphs you will learn how training, equipment, work environment and techniques have changed and evolved in the police force....   [tags: Law Enforcement ]
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Evaluation of Police Officer Candidates - Workforce selection practices have become more prominent over the years, particularly with law enforcement recruitments. This enhanced use of process selection allows for more advanced methods of assessing police officers. One reason for this extreme emphasis on selection systems is the elimination of unqualified police recruit applicants, thus ensuring that monetary resources are not wasted on the ill-equipped (Cochrane., Tett., & Vandecreek, 2003). Several factors impact the potential success or failure of police recruits, including tertiary studies; efficient communication skills; previous moral and ethical behaviour and psychological adequacy of recruits....   [tags: Selection of Law Enforcement Candidates]
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Interview With Chief Nursing Officer - An interview was conducted with the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) at an acute care facility. This discussion revolved around the following: her style of management, style of communication, decision-making skills, technical skills and delegating skills. Before sharing specific responses to each of these, the CNO wanted to clarify that because she was new to the organization and following someone who had been in this position for over 20 years, during the first year and transition phase, there were certain situations in which she was consciously adjusting her leadership style to fit the culture of the organization....   [tags: Interview Essays]
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The Franco-Prussian War - The Franco-Prussian War During the first half of the nineteenth century, Germany was made up of more than 30 small states, the largest and most dominant of which was Prussia. Prussia had decided that all of the states should all be united to create a bigger and better country, Germany. By the end of 1870 it had forced all of the German states to accept its authority and create the German Empire with the King of Prussia at its head (the Hohenzollen's). Everything was going to plan as Chancellor Prince Otto Von Bismarck (person who was behind the unification of Germany) had anticipated apart from the four large states in southern Germany who remained independent...   [tags: Papers] 581 words
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Officer Fatigue - Officer fatigue Officer fatigue can be a quite serious problem for police departments. Excess fatigue will generally reduce alertness, decrease performance and worsen mood. These symptoms can reduce officer's performance and safety with potentially life-threatening effects. Patrol officers are expected to remain alert and able to resolve complex, emotional, and potentially dangerous situations. They are expected to be able to multi-task, as well as stay alert during periods of inaction. These activities can be quite difficult for a fatigued officer to complete (Vila 1996)....   [tags: Police Departments, Moonlighting ] 1771 words
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Ethics Officer - Ethics Officer However, eliminating unethical behavior does not just stop in the education. Corporations must be governed throughout all their business transactions. The proposal is that all corporations that are publically traded and have shareholders must employ an ethics officer. The ethics officer will be immune from firings that are unjustified. They will not be part of an employment at-will doctrine (Cross & Miller, 2012). It is proposed that the ethics officer also be part of the corporation’s board of directors, and they have the ability to trump all decisions that are unethical....   [tags: Ethics ]
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Police Officer Discretion - Discretion of a police officer is the subject I would like to tackle. In this paper I will discuss the issues I have with the discretion, the problems with these discretions I have, and how some officers may use discretion to their advantage. By the conclusion of the paper the reader will be educated on the subject of discretion and the issues facing it. Discretion is defined by Pollock (2010) as, “having the authority to choose between two or more courses of behavior. Law enforcement professionals have a great deal of discretion regarding when to enforce the law, how to enforce it, how to handle disputes, when to use force, and so on....   [tags: Law Enforcement]
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Police Officer´s Responsibilities - When you think of police what does it mean to you. The responsibility of a police officer is to protect the public and to serve the community. Also, they detect and to prevent crime, police officers strive to maintain the law. New police officers work with the general duty as patrol divisions, that provides a range of experiences and assignments. The General duty of policing involves patrolling in assigned areas to enforce laws, protect public safety, and arrest criminal suspects either by car, foot, bicycle, or in some cases, horse....   [tags: community, law, safety] 564 words
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Career: Police Officer - CONTENTS PAGE Introduction: 1.1 Definition and description……………………………………………..pg 2 1.2 Qualifications…………………………………………………………….pg 2 Discussion 2.1 History……………………………………………………………………pg 2 2.2 Qualifications……………………………………………………………..pg 3 2.3 Duties………………………………………………………………………pg 3 2.4 Prospects………………………………………………………………….pg 4 2.5 Salary and Wages ……………………………………………………..pg 4 2.6 Unusual facts and information……………………………………….pg 4 Conclusion………………………………………………………………….pg 5 Recommendations……………………………………………………… pg 5 Bibliography ……………………………………………………………….pg 6 Pictures and diagrams…………………………………………………pg 7/8 Introduction: 1.1 Definition and description A police officer is a person...   [tags: Enforce Law, Make Arrests, Investigate Crime]
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Foreign Affairs Officer - What I Already Know Traveling all over the world to discover the allure, refinement, and life of a new culture sounds phenomenal, does it not. Because I do not want to be like Jay Gatsby from The Great Gatsby and travel all over the world from war or with my illicit money, therefore I have to get a legal and moral job that will permit me to do this. One day on the Internet I stumbled across the potential career of a foreign affairs officer. I concluded that I would have to look into this profession because it sounded quite interesting....   [tags: great recession, career, education]
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What does it Take to be a Police Officer? - ... There they had statistics of the number of officers that died in the United States each year and how they died. I didn’t know so many officers died every year. Reminded me of how dangerous being a police officer can be. More officers die on duty in the state of California than any other state. Other websites gave me a lot of insight on things like the pay scale, minimum requirements, the danger, what I should expect to do as a police officer and how demanding both physically and mentally the job can be....   [tags: career in law enforcement]
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Correction Officer Burnout - At any given time, a single corrections officer, can expect to be outnumbered by upwards of 400 inmates (Conover, 2011). It can be chilling to work in the midst of hundreds of inmates, some of which initiate attacks and inappropriate relationships. However, other issues have impacted the psychological health and physical safety of the staff. Detrimental factors have included heavy workloads, the prisons physical structure, and a lack of support from both peers and superiors. Each workplace issue has been in addition to role problems, specifically role ambiguity and role conflict (Schaufeli & Peeters, 2011)....   [tags: Law Enforcement ] 1756 words
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The Process of Becoming a Marine Corps Officer - The Marine Corps has been protecting America’s freedom and acting as a symbol of strength since 1775. The United States Marine Corps is a force for greatness, bound to the words liberty and justice, sworn to protect every American soul. Marines have battled on land, in air, and at sea for their country and many brave men and women have lost their lives in the line of fire. These brave soldiers are lead by intelligent officers who are strong leaders, quick decision makers, and possess great mental toughness....   [tags: ellite military forces]
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The Role of the Chief Knowledge Officer at Xerox - A new vocation has developed within corporations that drastically impacts the way companies manage their information and internal knowledge. This position has many titles, but most commonly is referred to as the CKO, the chief knowledge officer. The responsibilities of this position primarily focus on managing unstructured information and internal knowledge. Xerox refers to this raw data as assets, or more formally, “intellectual capital,” “knowledge assets,” or “intangible assets.” Because knowledge management is considered a tactical occupation, Xerox considers the CKO a part of the upper management team....   [tags: Business Management]
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Information Security Officer for Small Pharmacy - ... Vulnerabilities include lack of redundancy and back-ups, inadequate network management, lack of planning and implementation of communications cabling and inadequate incident handling (Mongie 2009). In addition to the threats and vulnerabilities inherited with wired local area networks (LAN) there are many more risks associated with the use of wireless and mobile technologies. The use of laptops, smartphones, and tablets create vulnerabilities that can fall outside our network securities measure....   [tags: medication, duties, threats, physical] 1919 words
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Bylaw Enforcement Officer Job Summary - JOB SUMMARY: Working in the Bylaw Services Division, the incumbent assists the Bylaw Enforcement Officers in a limited scope during the summer season. Responsibilities include: responding to burning and water / sprinkling complaints, collecting unpaid business licenses, completing inspections for businesses that operate without a business license, and collecting unpaid dog licenses. The work is differentiated from that of a Bylaw Officer by the more routine nature of complaints and infractions that are assigned....   [tags: Job Summary] 644 words
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Bizmarck's Responsibility for Prussian Domination of Germany by 1866 - Bizmarck's Responsibility for Prussian Domination of Germany by 1866 In 1866 Prussia defeated Austria, which enabled Bizmarck to dissolve the German Confederation and exclude Austria from German affairs for good. However there is a great historical debate over how much of a role Bizmarck actually played in the eventual Prussian domination of a united Germany. There is no doubt that he played an important part but other factors must be considered for instance how important the years previous to 1862 when Bizmarck came to power were....   [tags: Papers] 1014 words
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Bismarck Napoleon III and the Outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War - Bismarck Napoleon III and the Outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War Bismarck, Napoleon III, and the Outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War The unification of Germany threw all of Europe off its axis. With the formation of this new power there were now five major powers instead of four. This would work to unsettle age-old alliances and confuse the entire European continent for more than twenty years. Not least among the nations swept of their proverbial feet was France. France was a rival with the German alliance long before it merged into one state, but the new stability of a unified Germany made it a much more powerful entity....   [tags: Papers] 872 words
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The Career of a Police Officer - The Career of a Police Officer With many people going to school to become police officers it is important to know exactly what the job is about and the effects it has on a person. Many people think it is just sitting in your car and giving speeding tickets. In fact there are many life threatening things that occur while a person is on the job many of which can cause a severe amount of stress. Stress on the job can cause a person to become severely depressed and cause ones home life to fall to pieces....   [tags: Papers] 730 words
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Loan Officer: Helping to Build a Better World - One of the most important decisions that any high school student or young adult has to make is deciding what they want to spend the rest of their life doing. Coming into this year I didn't have a clue what I wanted to have as my career. Obviously everybody has their dream job, mine being a pro basketball player overseas, but everybody needs a backup plan if their dreams do not pan out. Recently, I started researching certain careers and taking tests ,such as the WISCareers interest inventory, to decide what career would fit my interests the best....   [tags: Career Essays]
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Personal Experience: My Dream of Become a Police Officer - ... Before being accepted into police academy you have to undergo a “psychology examination” (www.discoverpolicing.org 1). Meza 2 The exam is to make sure that the new recruits are trustworthy and mentally stable or sane. These exams are also taken to prevent any situations that have happened in the past with officers who were not sane. After you have passed all the paperwork, physical and mental exams, you are interviewed by the head staff of the police department. If approved you will be sent to the police academy where you will be trained for 14 weeks or 6 to 8 months (www.people.howstuffworks.com 2)....   [tags: criminals, community safety] 958 words
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Unmanageable Divisions: The Result of Bismarckian Politics in Turn of the Century Germany - ... An obvious difference of opinion that arose early during this period was on the issue of the separation of church and state; Catholics as well as Protestants opposed this obvious and blatant attack on their interests, while German liberals firmly sided with Bismarck on the issue. This separation of church and state also consequentially caused an even greater schism between the large, predominantly Catholic, Polish minority residing in Eastern Prussia, whose nationality was already suppressed by the required use of the German language in public spheres....   [tags: prussian military, turbulence, laws]
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Ted Conover´s Newjack and on Becoming a Correctional Officer - Ted Conover was from a relatively high class upbringing with good professional accomplishments and education. He was a journalist who came up with an idea to become a correction officer because he was denied access by the Department of Corrections from conducting interviews or research on intuitional grounds about the lives of correctional officers. In his book Newjack he spoke of a variety of things pertaining to prison life at Sing Sing....   [tags: Journalism, Jail, Inmates]
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Correctional Officer Stress: Cause, Implications, and Interventions - Correctional institutions are unique work settings because of the unpredictable nature of their physical environment and clientele. Correctional officers are responsible for supervising individuals whom are held against their will. The correctional officer’s main focus is that of security within the institution and for the community. However, they are typically faced with a limited amount of resources and thus must assume these responsibilities without adequate support. The relationship between work resources and job stress indicates that correctional work settings that emphasize involvement, coworker cohesion and managerial support can decrease stress levels (Waters, 1999)....   [tags: Prison Staff Burnout]
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The Importance of the Police Officer's Statement when Responding to a Crime - ... The Jurat is contained in the first paragraph of a statement and is a legal requirement which is outlined in Rule 3.6 of the Local Court Rules 2009 and it says, an endorsement referred to in Section 79 (3) of the Criminal Procedure Act 1986 must be contained in the following form, “This statement made by me accurately sets out the evidence that I would be prepared, if necessary, to give in court as a witness. The statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief and I make it knowing that, if it is tendered in evidence, I will be liable to prosecution If I have wilfully stated in it anything that I know to be false or do not believe to be true.” The jurat does tell the author that...   [tags: investigation, evidence, document] 1496 words
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The Terminal Stage of the Unification of Germany - ... The terminal stage of the unification of Germany was forced through the Franco-Prussian War, a war in which a coalition of German states led by Prussia defeated France. The war marked the end of French Hegemony in continental Europe and resulted in the establishment of a unified Germany. The rise of another powerful nation disturbed the established balance of power, which sparked the Great War. With the technological advancements form the previous centuries, the nations began to enhance their army and military power in order to glorify their nations; hence creating the Von Schlieffen Plan, German naval law, and Trans-Siberian Express....   [tags: franco-prussian war, unification] 977 words
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Unified Command, In Need of Training Staff Officer? - Rear Admiral Cornelio A. de la Cruz Jr. AFP said,"to develop its human resources to become professional citizen-soldiers imbued with proper values and relevant expertise through purposive and progressive education and training.The AFP does this by ensuring a number of highly qualified and competent personnel at all levels, in support of the shift of its mission from internal security operations to territorial defense, within the framework of modernized Armed Forces.” (J8, 2013) Generally the mission of the unified commands is to conduct joint operations against threats in their respected areas in order to established a secured environment, and assist local government in their development ac...   [tags: human resource management]
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