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Summer Internship at Seaside Communications - This year, Seaside Communications has done an excellent job of providing local students with great summer employment. So much more important than just "summer employment" are the experiences and opportunities that this great company has provided to its summer-time employees. Seaside Communications has demonstrated a great connection within their district by really establishing their "Seaside In Your Community" logo with full hearts through events, flyering, and phone calls. First, starting off on the summer employment with Seaside Communications, the new employees were introduced to events....   [tags: Business Management] 871 words
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Cromer's Development as a Popular Seaside Resort - Cromer's Development as a Popular Seaside Resort The statement in the question is very definate and does not allow for the fact that there may have been other factors that helped Cromer to develop. It is basically saying that it was completely down to Clement Scott that this happened. However, I think that there were other factors which contributed equally if not more than Scott. Between the 1870s when Kelly's Directory described Cromer as a "fashionable bathing place" and 1908 when it was already being described as a "seaside resort and bathing place" many things happened to affect the development of Cromer....   [tags: Papers] 879 words
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The Seaside Music Festival Wrap Up-May 21st and 22nd - The Seaside Music Festival Wrap Up-May 21st and 22nd In the early 1900s it was a challenge to come up with a scheme to build on oceanfront property and attract people to come there. Now, generations later, the little town of Seaside Heights has received so much attention that it’s a wonder they haven’t transplanted The Brooklyn Bridge to Toms River just so tourists would be more comfortable crossing into the land of sea, sun and sin. The lure of Seaside Heights has attracted every legion of people from all over the tri-state area to this family oriented town for years....   [tags: Event Analysis ] 1431 words
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Weston-Super-Mare's Growth as a Seaside Resort - Weston-Super-Mare's Growth as a Seaside Resort From the mid to 1800's onwards, seaside resorts became increasingly popular as holiday destinations for Royalty and the upper class, then later on for the middle class and working class. There are a number of reasons for why Weston managed to succeed in being a popular seaside resort and why Portishead did not. In 1864 Birnbeck Pier was built in Weston. The pier, which connected the mainland to an island (the first of its kind in Britain) opened in 1867....   [tags: Papers] 509 words
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The Effect of Tourism in the Seaside Towns of Cromer and Southend-on-Sea - The Effect of Tourism in the Seaside Towns of Cromer and Southend-on-Sea Tourism is the world’s fastest growing industry. Every country in the world is putting significant amounts of money into tourism. It increases the amount of income coming into the area. IT means there will be better Facilities, such as shops, transport etc… Employment rises. Roads are better looked after, and the economy becomes greater. Yet tourism also has its disadvantages. It produces more litter in the initial and surrounding areas....   [tags: Papers] 3469 words
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The Key Features in the Development of Seaside Holidays from 1901 to the 1930's - The Key Features in the Development of Seaside Holidays from 1901 to the 1930's Seaside holidays were pioneered in the late 1800's and quickly became popular. By the beginning of the 20th century they were even more popular with more people actually having the money and free-time available to go on holiday. One reason for this rise in popularity was the decreasing number of hours people worked in a week. A 100 years ago, the average length of a manual workers week was 55 hours....   [tags: Papers] 492 words
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Holidays in Albania - Have you ever thought about having exciting and incredibly cheap vacations. Albania might be the right choice. According to My Travel Guide, Albania is ranked the fourth among ten places worth visiting in Eastern Europe (“Top 10 Eastern European Destinations”). One can encounter three kinds of vacations in this Mediterranean country: winter, summer, and cultural. The ideal places to spend your winter vacations are the Albanian Alps. They are situated in the northern Albania, where tourists have discovered amazing mountains, landscapes with isolated charm-full valleys, and ancient traditions....   [tags: Travel]
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Most Important Changes Ushered in by The Industrial Revolution in Britain - Most Important Changes Ushered in by The Industrial Revolution in Britain The industrial revolution saw many changes to Britain from work to transport. A very important change was the development of the railway system. The railway system changed the face of Britain forever. The development of the railways meant that Britain could become a superpower. The railways changed Britain in many ways from social to economic. An economic change that occurred during the creation of railways was a new level of trade....   [tags: History, Britain, Industrial Revolution] 845 words
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Scott Liss & the Sixty-Six- The Blackpool Letters - Scott Liss & the Sixty-Six- The Blackpool Letters Liss and crew are poster boys of risk here, mixing many expansive musical influences and scoring big on “The Blackpool Letters. I admired the skill and patience spent culling sounds and sculpting flytrap arrangements on this cd. As Scott says, “watching it take shape as the songs and through the production is the best part. I love the creative process the most. I could spend days, weeks, in the studio doing nothing but writing and recording, experimenting with sounds and techniques.” Produced by Liss in conjunction with Paul Ritchie, (Parlor Mob) the disk owes its edgy dark sound in part to Scott’s penchant for alternate tunings, especially...   [tags: Music Review] 1254 words
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The Development of the Travel and Tourism Industry and the Factors Affecting it Today - The Development of the Travel and Tourism Industry and the Factors Affecting it Today Contents The development of the travel and tourism industry Page 3-4 Factors that have led to the growth in travel and tourism Page 4-6 Future developments in travel and tourism Page 6-7 Factors affecting the travel and tourism industry today Page 8-9 Bibliography Page 10 The Development of the Travel and Tourism Industry Throughout history, people have travelled across Britain for purposes of trade, education, religion and to fight in battles....   [tags: Papers] 2105 words
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Contribution of Countryside Tourism to the UK Travel and Tourism Industry - Contribution of Countryside Tourism to the UK Travel and Tourism Industry Across the UK there are 4 main categories of tourist and visitor attractions. These categories are: · Large City/Large Town, · Seaside, · Countryside/Village, · Small Town. The table above shows that; domestic trips to the countryside area, has now gone into second place out of the 4 categories of tourist and visitor attractions. Over recent years (since 2000) there has been a slight decrease from 24% (2000) to 22% (2003)....   [tags: Economics] 1043 words
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Treasure Island - A Mirror Of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Childhood? - Treasure Island - A Mirror of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Childhood. Often there can be seen many parallels between a writer’s life and experiences and his or her works. A biographical approach to Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island is not easy, as at first sight the characters don’t have much in common with the author and up to the time the story was written, Stevenson hadn’t visited the West Indies or other exotic places. But there still are possibilities to link Stevenson’s biography with his work....   [tags: Treasure Island Robert Louis Stevenson] 1304 words
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Experimental Medication on Children with Autism and Fragile X Syndrome - Imagine being a parent who just had a baby. One’s baby doesn’t speak when it should, it stops walking, then finally it stops making eye contact. There is no communication at all. Surely, most parents would be concerned and take one’s child to a pediatrician to discover what is wrong. That’s when one is told the child has Autism or Fragile-X Syndrome. Knowing the difference between Autism and Fragile-X could potentially have a major impact on the choice one make when it comes to a child. As a result of using experimental drugs on children with Autism and Fragile-X Syndrome, children have been negatively affected, entire families have been negatively affected, and new disability characteristi...   [tags: health, psychiatry, disabilities]
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Economic Impacts of Climate Change on Georgia - Introduction Policymakers the nation over are currently looking for answers for check nursery gas emanations and to help us adjust to the looming effects activate by past outflows. The level headed discussion to date has principally concentrated on the apparent expenses of elective results, yet their can likewise be critical expenses of inaction. Environmental change will influence our water, vitality, transportation, and open health frameworks, and state economies as environmental change affect an extensive variety of critical investment divisions from agribusiness to assembling to tourism....   [tags: Climate Change Essays]
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New Urbanism in The Truman Show - The Town of Seahaven Island is spiritually uplifting, quaint, and completely artificial. Everything and everyone, including the main character, Truman, are predictable in habit and pattern. Nothing happens spontaneously or out of synch. When Truman steps out of his usual routine, the entire town must leap into choreography of damage control. Carefully anticipated, controlled perfection must be restored, but this portrayal of contemporary urban life, however exaggerated, may be inappropriate (Rees; 2003; 104)....   [tags: movies, films, film analysis] 1203 words
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Mel Gibson’s "The Man Without a Face": A Cry against Discrimination - Mel Gibson’s The Man Without a Face is a touching story about a boy chasing his dream and his strange yet brilliant mentor, McLeod. In the film, Chuck Norstead is a troubled young boy from a broken home who finds a friend in the town outcast, McLeod. When the town discovers this friendship, they are quick to separate the duo and brand McLeod as a child molester, despite Chuck’s fervent denials. While this seems unjust and heinous, I cannot help but recall a certain story by the name of The Scarlet Letter....   [tags: Mel Gibson, Man Without a Face, Discrimination, ] 434 words
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What can a cigarette hide? - Lively tourists have invaded the coast of Nassau in a beautiful summer day. As the sea caresses the shore it fills the air with the loving sound of its waves thus creating a perfect romantic gateway. While people are enjoying the lovely weather in the seaside, a life changing moment is taking place in one of the tables in a waterfront restaurant in Nassau. The simple gesture of lighting a cigarette marks the beginning of a new life for Charlotte Vale. In the presented still image, we can see a fashionable young lady....   [tags: Film Critique] 754 words
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Initial Data Center Consolidation Plan - Initial Data Center Consolidation Plan Defense Management Data Center Table of Contents Introduction 3 Agency Approach, Rationale and Timeline 6 Agency Governance Framework for Data Center Consolidation 8 Agency Governance Framework for Data Center Consolidation 8 Initial Assessment 9 Appendix A: Initial Data Center Consolidation Plan Template.............................................10 Introduction The objective of the Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) is to reduce the overall energy use and footprint of the DMDC data centers located in Seaside, CA; Auburn Hills, MI; Rosslyn, VA; and Alexandria (Beauregard), VA....   [tags: Business Management] 1137 words
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The Transformation of Auto Technology - Technology transforms auto safety, By Jeff Gelles, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Posted: 02/24/2011 11:55:15 AM PST, Updated: 02/24/2011 01:26:32 PM PST. Jeff Gelles offers a view about auto safety and the actions that car companies have taken. Features and gadgets frequently make the customers ride more pleasant occasionally remain as luxury options. Ford's Marisa Bradley said: "Our tech strategy is really about democratizing technology for the masses - rolling out technology that you would think would only be available on a higher-priced car." Some technology features to observe is land departure warnings, blind-spot warnings, drowsiness detection, & frontal-collision warning....   [tags: Autos, Car Insurance] 1417 words
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Why Cromer Changed After the Coming of the Railways - Why Cromer Changed After the Coming of the Railways Before the coming of the railways Cromer was an established watering place, popular with the upper class. No other classes could take their holidays in Cromer because a horse drawn carriage, which was the only way to get to Cromer in those days, was too expensive. Then came the railways in the mid-nineteenth century and the fashionable watering places were available for all to enjoy. After the railways had been built, several factors came into play which would ensure that Cromer would never be the same again, transforming it into a popular seaside resort....   [tags: Papers] 949 words
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Coastal Erosion Problems in Walton on the Naze - Coastal Erosion Problems in Walton on the Naze The reason for doing this piece of coursework is to investigate the coastal erosion problems in Walton on the Naze. In this project I will be answering one main question: What should be done about the erosion of the Naze. Walton on the Naze is a seaside resort along the coast of Essex just 8 miles south of Harwich, it is the most easterly part of the Essex coastline and it is surrounded by the North Sea. Walton is situated in southeast England and in north Essex, near Clacton (11km direct), Colchester (27km direct), and Brightlingsea (19km direct)....   [tags: Papers] 2417 words
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A Movement for Wildlife Conservation - A Movement for Wildlife Conservation The Florida panther, Cape Sable seaside sparrow, and Kemp's ridley sea turtle are classified in different vertebrate categories, but they all have something in common; they are on the endangered list. These animals' lives, as well as hundreds of other species' lives, are in danger as their survivial and reproduction rates decline. Animals are becoming endangered primarily because of the effects human activities have on environmental change. Environmental concerns are causing changes through increasing amounts of water pollution and development and destruction of natural habitats....   [tags: Environment Nature Ecology Essays Papers]
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Motif #1 - In the craggy seacoast town of Rockport, Massachusetts stands one of the most painted and photographed landmarks in New England. (L’Ecuyer, 2009) As a picture perfect backdrop, many art galleries and tourist brochures proudly exhibit this renowned structure. Simply known as Motif #1, its historical as well as cultural significance to the town is displayed for all to see. The building was originally used as a fishing shack that housed fishing gear and fish since the American Civil War. (Bartllett, 2002) Motif #1 was built in 1880 on what is known as Bradley Wharf which gave fishermen easy access for storage....   [tags: Art ]
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New Urbanism - New Urbanism New Urbanism, a burgeoning genre of architecture and city planning, is a movement that has come about only in the past decade. This movement is a response to the proliferation of conventional suburban development (CSD), the most popular form of suburban expansion that has taken place since World War II. Wrote Robert Steuteville, "Lacking a town center or pedestrian scale, CSD spreads out to consume large areas of countryside even as population grows relatively slowly. Automobile use per capita has soared, because a motor vehicle is required for nearly all human transportation"1....   [tags: Suburban Developement Planning Essays]
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Llandudno Urban Study - Llandudno Urban Study Introduction Aim: 1. To study the land use pattern of Llandudno 2. To establish Llandudno's sphere of influence 3. To see the size of the CBD in Llandudno 4. To study Llandudno as a retail and tourism centre Hypotheses The hypotheses that I am going to use in this project are the following: 1. Llandudno has sphere of influence and this serves the hole of Conwy County; 2. The CBD can be found by the number of pedestrians; 3....   [tags: Papers] 1401 words
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Of Mice and Men written by John Steinbeck and The Ostler written by Wilkie Collins - The two stories iam going to compare are Of Mice and Men written by John Steinbeck in 1937 and The Ostler written by Wilkie Collins in 1985. For this assignment I am going to compare and contrast the themes and languages of two poems. The two poems I am going to describe are 'Old Father' written by Hugh Boatswain and 'Island Man' by Grace Nicholas. Old Father is about a certain immigrant who lives in England in the winter of 1959. The poem is written in a West-Indian dialect. The poem is about a black man who denies his roots and wants to become like a 'White Man'....   [tags: English Literature] 842 words
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Analysis of the Ways the Director Builds Suspense and Scares the Audience in Jaws - Analysis of the Ways the Director Builds Suspense and Scares the Audience in Jaws We studied the film “JAWS”, which was made by award winning director Steven Spielberg. ==================================================================== “JAWS” was based on Peter Benchley’s number one best-selling novel in 1974. The Plotline for the film is about a police officer, a scientist, and a grizzled sailor who set out to kill a great white shark, which has been menacing the seaside community of Amity Island....   [tags: Papers] 2456 words
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Hide and Seek by Vernon Scannell and Half Past Two by U.A. Fanthorpe - "Hide and Seek" by Vernon Scannell and "Half Past Two" by U.A. Fanthorpe Task: Compare two poems of the same theme in detail. In this essay I will be looking at two poems, which are similar in theme and discussing their similarities. I will be using the poems "Hide and Seek" by Vernon Scannell and "Half Past Two" by U A Fanthorpe. These poems are similar to each other because their main theme is growing up, as the poems are set in the mind of a child. The first poem called "Hide and Seek" by Vernon Scannell is an unusual poem as it takes a lot of imagination to fully understand the poem....   [tags: Vernon Scannell U.A. Fanthorpe Poems Essays] 2163 words
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J.B.Priestley’s play, An Inspector Calls - Eva Smith's Diary - Dear Diary This month had started off good as I went on holiday with some of my friends to Brighton. Tracey loved it and we didn't want to leave. When we got back life went downhill. When we got back to Mr. Birling's factory we asked for a pay rise as we spent most of our money on the holiday. The reason we asked far a rise was that we need some money to get food and other things. It was actually Tracey's idea to ask far a pay rise from twenty-two and six to twenty five shillings a week. But Mr....   [tags: An Inspector Calls] 992 words
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The Importance of Setting in The Awakening - The Importance of Setting in The Awakening              Setting is a key element in Chopin's novel, The Awakening   To the novel's main character, Edna Pontellier, house is not home. Edna was not herself when enclosed behind the walls of the Pontellier mansion. Instead, she was another person entirely-- someone she would like to forget. Similarly, Edna takes on a different identity in her vacation setting in Grand Isle, in her independent home in New Orleans, and in just about every other environment that she inhabits....   [tags: Chopin Awakening Essays]
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The Worst Vacation Of My Life - I used to spend the last part of my summer vacation with my uncle and aunt. As a continuation of a long-ago-established tradition we decided going to York - a small, picturesque tourist town at the seaside, located in the southeastern part of Maine. On the 27th of August, early in the morning we went to my uncle’s car with the entire luggage, prepared to leave and spend a nice, relaxing vacation, far away from the problems of the city. Unfortunately the unpleasant surprises started from the first second of our vacation....   [tags: Summer Vacation Essays] 881 words
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The Arguments For and Against Coastal Protection Schemes - The Arguments For and Against Coastal Protection Schemes The sea is constantly eroding the coastline. This destroys property, and people living nearby have reduced value on their houses. Natural beauty spots and walks are lost, reducing tourism in seaside towns. Solutions to this are coastal protection schemes that slow the waves down and delay the process of erosion on the cliffs. The arguments for sea defence schemes are as follows… Sea protection plans help to prevent further loss of economy caused by coastal erosion, for example; reduced property prices in 'at-risk' areas, less tourism due to destruction of tourist spots (which results in less money), and the...   [tags: Papers] 406 words
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