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Mill Operation Findings and Recommendations - 1. Executive Summary The visit covers the findings and recommendations related to the refurbishment of the first line, the mill operation and identifying the bottle neck that would obstruct the mill from operate at full capacity (60 ton per hour). The findings and recommendations are summarized in the following sub-sections with details described in the ensuing main sections. 1.1 The progress of the refurbishment for the old line, the work of changing the digester liner for four units of digester and the fibre cyclone replacement were seen in progress....   [tags: Site Analysis ] 1111 words
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Embarkation Planning - GENERAL 1000. GENERAL. The success of any military operation, whether movement is by land, sea, or air is often dependent upon proper embarkation planning and execution. In order for 1ST MAW organizations to embark aboard ships or aircraft on short notice, commanders must ensure their units maintain the highest degree of embarkation readiness at all times. 1001. PLANNING 1. The timely and effective embarkation of personnel, supplies and equipment aboard aircraft and ships can only be achieved through detailed planning and careful execution of established plans during the embarkation phase of an operation....   [tags: Military ] 3351 words
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Techniques for Improved Pronunciation - Techniques for improved pronunciation If we take the view that pronunciation does matter and that accent can be reduced in adults, then what can be done. Various classroom techniques and procedures have been developed for improving the pronunciation of adult ESL learners (van Loon 2002; Smith & Beckmann 2005; Frazer ……. These are briefly presented below, in chronological order, under headings which: (a) summarise the major focus of each technique, (b) acknowledge the author/s name/s and (c) show the year of publication A focus on stress and pausing - van Loon - 2002....   [tags: Language ] 1773 words
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Portfolio of Evidence - Portfolio of Evidence Failing my Portfolio of Evidence has given me the opportunity to reflect on my strengths and weaknesses, recognising the mistakes I made. Such as being to descriptive instead of reflecting on what I have learnt in my essays. With this understanding I am able to redress my approaches such reflecting on my learning outcomes and formatting my arguments into a critical analysis. Through my feedback from my tutor it was noted that this was one of the reasons why I failed the model....   [tags: Reflection ]
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SOPH Exploratory Study - STUDY DESIGN: This exploratory study was carried out using both qualitative and quantitative research methods. A survey of SOPH websites and semi-structured interviews with SOPH course directors were used to generate data for qualitative analysis. Quantitative analysis was done on data provided by the University of Bedfordshire and the University of Birmingham on MPH students’ background and performance. STUDY SETTING: This study was carried out on SOPH in the UK. Universities offering Public Health at post-graduate level were selected for inclusion in the study....   [tags: Research Analysis] 1848 words
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Responsibility Value - Responsibility Value Reason for Responsibility It is arguable that a corporation’s only purpose is to maximize returns to the shareholders of that company. It is widely accepted that corporations should stay within the boundaries of the law. However, the obligation that a corporation has towards society is often vague. A corporation that has greater ethical standards shows responsibility and character to their community to which includes employees, consumers, the environment, and all other stakeholders....   [tags: Ethics ]
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Historical Periods of Canadian History - ... The periods of Canadian history are subordinate to the subclass, By period. This is subordinate to History, which is subordinate to Canada. Canada falls within the class British America. This hierarchical relationship is represented as figure 1 in appendix A. As in DDC, the schedules represent areas of Canadian history chronologically. The historical periods represented in the schedules, Early to 1603, 1603-1736, and 1763- are coordinate. The periods that follow are subordinate to the initial periods listed....   [tags: Canadian History ]
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Medication Administration Errors - ... “The odds of MAE are found to increase by 60% if a nurse is interrupted during the preparation phase.” (Biron, A. D., Lavoie-Tremblay, M., & Loiselle, C. G., 2009) Distractions, failure to follow five rights of medication administration and being tired and exhausted further increase the chances of MAE. In the case scenario, the nurse could be working overtime (12.5 hours) than usual. As working long hours deteriorates one’s health and can result in mental and physical incapability and also increases the chances of MAE....   [tags: Nursing ]
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Strategic Management: History & Strategy - ... These factors can be researched with the help of approaches such as Ansoffs corporate strategies (refer appendix 3). Implementation of the outcomes created with Ansoffs model can be implemented with three strategic methods; organic development, mergers and acquisitions and strategic alliances. The key considerations in strategic decision making can then follow a systematic and well researched decision making process which allows confidence that all major aspects of a decision about the future have been covered....   [tags: Organizational Issues]
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Inception and Termination of the Intervention - ... The Sidewalk’s appendix with the story of “Interventions” is an evidence of the public character that Duneier has begun to develop through his study of the people on Sixth Avenue. The story consists of how Mitchell Duneier decides to intervene and introduces a proposal to make the street vendor’s lives easier and more convenient. Duneier wants to help resolve the hassle that the unhoused men face when they have to move around with their magazines and personal belongings and also lessen the frustration of the Business Improvement Districts (BID) and police officers with how the vendors sometimes tend to leave their belongings and merchandises under their tables....   [tags: Sociology, Duneier, Sidewalk] 1718 words
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Edmund Husserl’s The Crisis of European Sciences and Transcendental Phenomenology - ... To better appreciate and comprehend traits within the life-world, one should understand the possible relationships between life-world meaning and theoretical meaning. There is a viewpoint that life-world meaning is separate from theoretical meaning, and, on the contrary, there is the position that life-world meaning rests upon theoretical meaning; it is a presupposition. It seems that Husserl, in The Crisis, is undecided on which position he believes to be the most accurate. His attitude in the life-world section of The Crisis, regarding the theoretical meaning and life-world relationship, appears to be non-biased or perhaps uncertain....   [tags: Philosophy, Perception, Metaphysics]
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Real Estate Accounting: New Regulations - ... This provision could lead to increased defaults within the real estate sector. Finally, the “securitizer” sells the tranches to investors who become the “ultimate lenders” in hedge funds, pension funds, or financial institutions (Carey, 92-93). The different loans held by the lender “should be classified as notes receivable from participants in the financial statements of a defined contribution plan, measured at the outstanding principal amount plus accrued but unpaid interest” (FASB). The financial crisis initiated from factors starting in the mid-1990’s set the stage for the financial crisis from 2007 to 2009....   [tags: The Financial Crisis] 1546 words
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Human Interpreter Services - ... Change can be very difficult for individuals as well as organizations. Change theories are ways to help and ease people into change, therefore, completing implementation with less difficulty. John Kotter’s theory of eight phases of change are ideal for the implementation of Nextalk. In Kotter’s theory, change is brought about from emotion. Campbell (2008) explains “when behavior is fueled by emotion, it is more likely to last longer than when fueled by analysis because it will be resistant to negative emotions ....   [tags: Communication, Translation] 1535 words
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An Ethnographic Study on Children’s Culture - ... Due to the institution’s location, the teachers and principle are extremely strict with the children on how they should act, giving them standards which may deny children from accessing their own culture. This influences these children to act in certain ways, ways in which they believe the society wants them to act. This is shown one day when I attended an assembly regarding the failing rate of the grade sixes. Throughout the assembly, the principle was educating the children on how they should behave in school which led him to his point that the cause of the failing rate (60%) was because of the “coloured” kids (Appendix, Day 6)....   [tags: Sociology, Childhood, Culture] 786 words
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The Effects of the Ageing Population on the British Welfare State - ... Tax amounts, the government’s welfare state and resources will be further stretched beyond their means. 2- The Causes behind Population Trends The populations trends noted in the above section are due to a combination of factors, such as a decline in fertility and low mortality rates. The fact that Post-World War II baby boomers are now approaching retirement age are also taken into consideration and discussed. 2.1- Decline in Fertility Rates Bongaarts (2011, p. 3) has outlined that since the 1950’s the average births per woman rate (bpw) has dropped from 2.7 bpw to 1.3 bpw in the general European population....   [tags: British Politics, Funding, Resources] 2100 words
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INOCULATION TO DISABILITY AND DEATH - ... A sharp and persisting rise in children autism diagnose, started following the introduction, in 1978, of the MMR vaccine (measles, mumps, rubella) when also mercury-laced Hepatitis B and Hemophilus- influenza- type-b vaccines were introduced. Previously these vaccines had been inoculated separately. After the three were combined into the MMR vaccine’s formula, and added with Hepatitis and Influenza ones containing mercury, the incidence of autism began abruptly increasing. Comparable increases have taken place in ADHD (attention deficit hyperactive disorder) and learning disabilities diagnosis....   [tags: Medical Research]
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How Islamic Architecture in Spain Changed from the Seventh Century to the Mid-sixteenth Century - ... These features included the prayer niches and prayer hall, each characterized by its unique design. These elements became essential to be held by each and every mosque in the world. A mosque must have these features in order to let religious practices take place. Each element in the Great Mosque of Córdoba represented the task to be done. These elements were the Gibla, Mihrab, Minbar, and the Minarat (The tower). The Gibla wall specifies the direction that the Imaam should face and prayers should face as well and do their prayer, the direction where the Gibla points must be the Kaaba (House of God), where all the prayers are dedicated....   [tags: Architecture, Islam, Spain]
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Reforming Canada’s Healthcare System - ... Policies to Address Anesthesiologist Distribution The Canadian government has failed to train, recruit, and retain enough anesthesiologists for the needs of Canada’s increasing and aging population. As a result, existing shortages have been worse and is affecting the quality of care and accessibility to health services. “In order to eliminate this shortage the government, hospitals, healthcare organizations, and policymakers should work together on the development of integrated services that could alleviate the shortage” (Bass, 2004)....   [tags: Healthcare]
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Justification of Choices of Polemic Arguments - ... The article by Medscape however manages to formalize the issue and limit the use of emotional persuasion in communicating there message while supplying a variety of divers sources to support the logically based arguments made (see appendix 1 for further analysis of rhetorical principles in the texts). When comparing the communicative strengths of the articles the Medscape article is a more valuable asset to the website. Both articles utilise all of the rhetorical principles in forming their arguments, meaning that valid and persuasive messages were formed in both cases with appeals to logos, pathos and ethos visible....   [tags: Homosexuality ]
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Education for Sustainable Development - ... This lesson calls on students’ observation abilities and allows them to express their findings in their own words. The class may also enjoy seeing how sunlight is absorbed in different colored soil surfaces (see Appendix E). Again, students will have to use the power of observation to complete this experiment. Other lessons and activities include teaching students how to grow a garden, water conservation, and waste reduction (GEF.org, 2012). As a school community, the third, fourth and fifth grade students can act as ambassadors to promote the 3Rs concept – reduce, reuse, recycle....   [tags: Education]
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Diagnosing Medical Disorders - ... A person diagnosed for a certain mental disorder will certainly worry about the effect of diagnosis on him/her. This person could also face a considerable challenge because of stigmatisation. The other disadvantage is that once a person is diagnosed for a disorder people focus on the illness or disorder of the person rather than person as a unique individual. DSM IV as one of the classification system therefore has the same effect. Specifically, according to kring, Davison, Neale, and Johnson (2007), the DSM IV classification produces too many fragmentation of mental disorders that some of these diagnosis seem to exist to diagnose any one that goes in to the mental health system otherwise these diagnoses are problems that are placed in the DSM IV because of lack of appropriate research....   [tags: psychology]
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Tuberculosis in the United Kingdom - ... Each approaches have different aims, methods and means of evaluation as well as different objectives on preventing diseases (Ewles & Simnet, 2003), ensuring the people or clients are well informed and are able to make their own health choice, help the client to acquire their own skill and confidence to “take greater control over their health” (Naidoo & Wills, 2004) and to be able to change policies and environments in order to facilitate healthy choices (Naidoo & Wills, 2004). The appropriate approach for this health promotion is through an educational approach....   [tags: public health]
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Cyber Bullying - ... Websites such as http://www.bullying.org/ are also dedicated to support. According to Mr M. Campbell (2008) statistics for cyber bullying are highly fluctuated as results vary largely. Bullying Prevalence Study (2007) suggests that 7.3% of Queensland students attending year 9 have encountered a form of cyber bullying and 7.8% of year 9 students nationally have encountered cyber bullying (refer appendix 1). The Health Education survey showed that 38% of students would block a bully after harassment in the pre survey and 61% after the action plan was enabled, whereas Bullying Prevalence Study(2007) suggested that 18.5% of students would block bullies (refer appendix 2)....   [tags: informative essay]
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A Comparison of Pride in King Lear and The Duchess of Malfi - The Sin of Pride Exposed in King Lear, and The Duchess of Malfi   In this brief monograph, we shall be hunting down and examining various creatures from the bestiary of Medieval/Renaissance thought. Among these are the fierce lion of imperious, egotistical power, a pair of fantastic peacocks, one of vanity, one of preening social status, and the docile lamb of humility. The lion and the peacocks are of the species known as pride, while the lamb is of an entirely different, in fact antithetical race, that of humility and forgiveness....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays] 1555 words
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From Village to City - From Village to City Over the years of history, there have been many civilizations. We will look at the earliest of all civilizations known to man. From Village to City began in 8000BC and spanned all the way into 3000BC. This essay we will look at the 6 key features of this civilization. The development of a city: The first city to be built was Jericho, in the Middle East Map: This map is a picture of what the division of land would have looked like in those times. Clearly identified here, it is possible to see Babylon, Ur, and Eridu....   [tags: World History Essays] 1326 words
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Kant's Attack on the Amphiboly of the Concepts of Reflection - Kant's Attack on the Amphiboly of the Concepts of Reflection ABSTRACT: In the neglected 'Amphiboly of the Concepts of Reflection,' Kant introduces a new transcendental activity, Transcendental Deliberation (Kemp Smith calls it 'Transcendental Reflection'). It aims to determine to which faculty a representation belongs and does so by examining the representation's relationships to other representations. This enterprise yields some powerful ideas. (1) Some of the relationships studied have great interest, numerical identity in particular....   [tags: Philosophy Philosophical Essays]
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Lateritic Soils in the Tropics: The Problems and Management Possibilities - Lateritic Soils in the Tropics: The Problems and Management Possibilities The soil name "laterite" comes from a Latin word "later" meaning brick. It is an appropriate name, as soils under this classification are characterized by forming hard, impenetrable and often irreversible pans when dried (Soils and Soil Fertility 1993). Lateritic soils are also characterized by their low soil fertility. Due to the high rate of weathering, and resulting low charge minerals, the soil is unable to retain the nutrients needed for plant growth (Ibid., Coleman 1989)....   [tags: Soil Ecology Tropics Papers]
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Chemical Transport During Surface Irrigation - Chemical Transport During Surface Irrigation Surface irrigation, the most prominent method used for irrigating agricultural crops, is the flowing of water across the field surface. As the water flows, it infiltrates into the soil. The amount of water applied to the field is regulated by the length of time that the water is allowed to flow. Surface irrigation can be subdivided into following four types based the amount of water flow control; wild flooding, graded boarders, level boarders and furrow irrigation....   [tags: Agriculture Farming Papers]
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Why Girls Become Strippers - Why Girls Become Strippers For years men and women alike have wondered the same question, that is, “Why do girls become strippers?” Well, there are three main reasons. The first reason being the opportunity for monetary gain to better their future. In Ganttageep's article, “Exotic Dancing: Illusion and Fantasy, An Exotic Dancers Path to Power”, he shows this desire for money in this following quote, “When asked why they got into the world of exotic dancing many women state that money is the main reason,” (Ganttageep.) In addition, there own personal desires play a huge role in their life changing decision....   [tags: Exotic Dancing Stripper Essays]
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Discipline As Folklore - Discipline As Folklore There is no need to argue whether discipline has a role in society. The types, severity, and appropriateness are debatable, but it surely serves a purpose. This applies on a global scale, with groups such as NATO and the UN, all the way down to individual households. The family unit acts as a training camp for upcoming members of a community by teaching children what is expected of them through example and discipline. Though the methodology varies from household-to-household, culture-to-culture, place-to-place; we all have had to answer to authority at some point or another....   [tags: essays papers] 825 words
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Cadbury’s - Cadbury’s Departments Inside a business there are many different functional departments all created to help the company in its organizational methods. There are many different departments involved with Cadbury’s, as there are in any business all used for different functions. These are: · Marketing and Sales · Finance · Administration and IT support · Operations · Research and Development · Production · Customer Services · Human Resources Many of these all blend in together on the area of their focus but still all play an important part in the running of the business....   [tags: Business and Management Studies] 3361 words
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Black Friday: Tornado In Canada - Black Friday: Tornado in Canada "The roof was caving in and I thought I was going to die. It was like your worst nightmare!" said Mary Grandish. Most people think they will die when they see,or hear of a tornado heading their way. Although all the details of the formation of a tornado are not yet understood, it is known that tornados are the result of great instability in the atmosphere and often appear during severe thunderstorms (see appendix #1 for a scientific explaination on how it really starts)....   [tags: essays research papers] 665 words
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Coda Lidencing - The first question about this topic would be: Why would a word-final consonant have to be syllabified in an onset, and not in a normal post-nuclear rhymal complement (Coda) position. After all, we have this position in word internally, and this Coda is so important as it differs some languages to others called “CV languages”. First of all, Coda is an old term, back to the time that all consonants which occur after a nucleus could be simply attached to the rhyme in the form: (1) ,where C could even accommodate 2 consonants when N is neither a long vowel nor a heavy diphthong....   [tags: essays research papers] 1442 words
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competition - Examine the concept of competition. Explain how it works in market economies. In what way is it a crucial part of the business environment. 1000 words In this essay I have analysed the different types of competition and market structures, and linked this to a current world example. I’ve discussed the neo-classical and dynamic approaches to competition and have studied Michael Porter’s Five Force model. Systemic and structural competitiveness has been mentioned, and market economies are examined including technical and allocative efficiency....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Mad Cow Disease - Mad Cow Disease Bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), better know as Mad cow disease is a relatively new disease. Most sources state that BSE first showed up in Great Britain in 1986 [Dealler p.5] but some say it popped up in 1985 [Greger p.1]. However the official notification was not until 21 June, 1988 [Dealler stats. p.1]. Spongiform encephalopathies are invariable fatal neurodegenerative diseases and there is no treatment nor is there a cure for this disease [Greger p.1]. The recent scare of BSE has arisen because of the contraction of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD: see Appendix B) in humans from eating beef products....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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New Nightclub - New Nightclub Introduction ============ My business idea is a new nightclub based in Tenby, Pembrokeshire. The nightclub will initially serve the music and social entertainment market, promoting bands and music acts from all over Wales, and also playing music that the customers want to hear. The genres of music played and performed will depend on the results of my forthcoming questionnaire. I expect there will be a demand for this service as the only competition in or around the Tenby area is The Night Owl and The Sands, neither have live music....   [tags: Papers] 611 words
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The Importance of Motivation and Ability in a Successful Competitive Performance - The Importance of Motivation and Ability in a Successful Competitive Performance In this essay I will investigate whether motivation is more important than ability in team games, racket sports and individual activities. By looking at sources on the Internet, in text books and sports papers; as well as adding graphic examples, I should hopefully be able to answer this question. Before I begin however, I must build up a series of definitions in order to help explain the question. The Edexcel Advanced PE book describes motivation as the 'Drive to Strive', while Kent describes it as 'the internal state which tends to direct a person's behaviour towards a goal'....   [tags: Papers] 975 words
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Comparing Dziga Vertov's Film, Man with a Movie Camera and Run Lola Run - Comparing Dziga Vertov's Film, Man with a Movie Camera and Run Lola Run " The main and essential thing is : the sensory exploration of the world through film. We therefore take as a point of departure the use of the camera as a keno-eye, more perfect than the human eye, for the exploration of the chaos of visual phenomena that fills space." - Dziga Vertov , Manifesto The Council of Three (1923) The innovative theories and filmmaking techniques of Dziga Vertov revolutionized the way films are made today....   [tags: Compare Contrast Comparison Movie Essays]
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Benefits of Sexual Education - Benefits of Sexual Education We live in a time of heightened sexual activity. The United States has suffered a great increase in sexually transmitted diseases and teenage pregnancy. One out of every ten teenage girls in the United States between the ages of 15-19 become pregnant. As a result, five of every six pregnancies are unintended. Ninety-two percent of all these “unintended” pregnancies are conceived premaritally. There is such a high rate of teenage pregnancy because of two main things: one, teenagers believe that conception is rare and two, they never anticipated intercourse to occur, therefore they never use any type of contraceptives....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Sex Ed Essays] 1267 words
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What Determines the Price and Volume of Houses in Bishops Stortford and What Does the Future Hold - What Determines the Price and Volume of Houses in Bishops Stortford and What Does the Future Hold Introduction The problem that will be investigated in this coursework is the problem of what determines the price and volume of sales of a detached (semi detached, terraced) house or flat in Bishop’s Stortford and what are the prospects for house prices and sales in the future. I am looking into this problem because it will help me personally because I, myself, might need to find a house that I can afford to buy in the future....   [tags: essays papers]
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