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Developing Future Transportation Needs

- Petroleum is the major source of energy that powers all transportation. Petroleum when burned releases harmful chemicals into the air that depletes the ozone. Ozone depletion leads to increased UV radiation on the earth’s surface. In turn, increased radiation levels leads to a greater number of cancerous cells and more deaths. About 3.5 million people get skin cancer in the United States every year (“Skin Cancer Facts”). Radiation, from the sun’s UV rays, also affects plant life, marine ecosystems, and biogeochemical cycles....   [tags: petroleum, chemicals, UV radiation]

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Family Portrayal in the Film The Castle

- The Castle is a movie primarily about a family sticking together and their fight for the right to live in their own home. The Castle’s portrayal of family is both positive and negative. The Castle depicts many positive images of the family throughout the movie. From the very start of the film, it is easy to see that the Kerrigans are a very close knit family. They always eat their dinner together, with the TV turned ‘down’, and talk about their day. Around the dinner table the family shows support for each other, and recognizes anything a family member may have achieved, like when Darryl beams with pride telling the family about how Dale dug a hole....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Makings of a Good Lawman

- The Makings of a Good Lawman Gunsmoke is about the violence that moved throughout the west and the united states marshal Matt Dillon along with his sidekick Chester, who moved along solving the crimes and lending a hand to anyone who needed it along the way. The staring cast of Gunsmoke was William Conrad as Matt Dillon, Howard McNear as Doc, Parley Baer as Chester, Georgia Ellis as Kitty. Usually the west is describes as a time in history filled with outlaws, gun fights, ghost towns, wagon journeys along trails, it was a time when people picked up and moved hearing of the next booming city where more gold can be found, more money to be made or the way of life was better than before....   [tags: Television Media TV Essays]

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Sports Is A Popular Online Game

- Introduction Fantasy sports is a popular online game that consists of 56 million participants in North America and has been around since 1963. Participants select imaginary or virtual teams of real players of a professional sport. These teams that they created compete based on the statistical performance of their selected players in actual games.Once the season begins, players track their teams through an online site or an app and can choose to play against a group of friends or play against actual strangers online....   [tags: Game, Play, Player, Fantasy sports]

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Adventure and Revenge in Men of Iron by Howard Pyle

- Men of Iron is a historical fiction novel by Howard Pyle. The novel begins in England in the year 1400, the year following the abdication of the “weak, wicked, and treacherous” Richard II and the rise of Henry IV. The novel centers on the life of a young Myles Falworth, son of Lord Gilbert Reginald Falworth. The story is one of adventure and revenge following the life of Myles from his childhood to his knighthood and eventual marriage to Lady Alice. In this time, he is torn away from his childhood home and trained in knighthood involving the social, physical, and social aspects....   [tags: knight, defeat, hierarchy]

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Analysis Of The Poem ' Coming On Sigrid '

- “Come on Sigrid. I want to get to the feast!” Tilda huffed, bouncing on the balls of her feet as her new periwinkle blue dress swished about her. “You won’t miss the feast, Tilda, it will last the entire night.” Sigrid assured her from where she sat in front of the dresser, fiddling with her hair. “But what if I miss the food!” Tilda moaned. “Well, that would be a tragedy.” Sigrid nodded, biting back a smile. “Just think of all those tarts and sugar cakes that you would miss out on.” Tilda glowered....   [tags: Debut albums, 2009 singles]

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A Brief Biography of Gilbert Keith Chesterton

-     Gilbert Keith Chesterton, more often referred to as just G.K., was born the son, grandson, and great-grandson, of house agents, or men who sold homes for a living. He was born in London, 1874, and was raised in a healthy, Christian home, which led to his clear worldview. He was a very intimidating man, at 6' 4" and weighing 300 pounds. Three aspects are attributed to Chesterton: he was a journalist, an author, and a man of great influence.     At first, Chesterton had aspired to become an artist, so never went to college, but instead attended Slade Art School....   [tags: journalist, author, man of influence]

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Total Quality Management Strategies in an Organization

- Total Quality Management Strategies in an Organization Introduction Total Quality Management (TQM) is the optimization and incorporation of all the tasks and developments of a industry in order to deliver for excited clients through a procedure of constant development. Quality management contains the construction of approaches, setting objectives and aims, development and executing the strategies; and using mechanism systems for observing response and taking helpful schedules. An organization’s value management applications are of two pleats, nourishing customer’s expectancy and upgrading the overall industry effectiveness (Dale, B....   [tags: Managing, Production]

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Tattoos Are Seen All Over The World

- Tattoos are seen all over the world. Many of them are viewed differently based on one’s definition of the meaning to the tattoo. The definition varies from country to country, state to state, city to city and even person to person. The number of different views on tattoos seemed to be a surprise to some people. Most people think that you are either for it or against it. But with in those two general opinions, there are actually many sub-views under the main opinions. There are people out there in the world who a have a number of prejudgments based on tattoos....   [tags: Tattoo, Body modification, Sociology, Body art]

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Recruitment and Selection Procedures for Maradonas

- Introduction The guide serves to reflect the restaurant’s criteria of hiring its waiters/ waitresses and A Maitre D for the commencement of its operations in UK. The process shall begin with interviews which will be followed by practical activities, and induction. A mock interview and its results are also outlined. Interview Questions and Ideal Answers Waiters/waitresses: 1) What are your qualifications. The aim here is to find out the minimum qualification of the candidate. Ideally, he/she must have completed primary education with some technical education and / or experience in the field....   [tags: Restaurant Management]

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Analysis of Red, Green, and Murder

- ... But that wasn’t the only suspecting she had. As it turns out Pat Gabaldon, a cowpuncher for the H-Bar-T who stepped in to help in Torrances situation, disappears, the trailer, and the truck Torrance had. The rest of the cattle were found roaming the highway. Gasterner knows that even if Gabaldon planned to sell the truck he wouldn’t have left the horses behind. Then the truck is reported crossing the border with two people in it and none of them are Gabaldon. Dale Torrance didn’t seem to be in the clear zone either....   [tags: criminals, predictable, death, title]

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The Latest Advances In Drug Manipulations Of The Immune System

- INTRODUCTION In order to provide a detailed analysis of recent pharmacological developments involving the human immune system, it is firstly necessary to introduce the innate and adaptive immune responses . Immunosuppressants and immunomodulators will be differentiated between and a selection of new and often experimental drugs belonging to each category will be provided. Specific drugs will be described including the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics involved with each type. The possible clinical uses will be alluded to along with details from recent research....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Satan or Santa?

- Satan or Santa. To Whom It May Concern: I regret to inform you that, effective immediately, I will no longer be able to serve Southern United States on Christmas Eve. Due to the overwhelming current population of the earth, my contract was renegotiated by North American Fairies and Elves Local 209. I now serve only certain areas of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan. As part of the new and better contract I also get longer breaks for milk and cookies so keep that in mind. However, I'm certain that your children will be in good hands with your local replacement who happens to be my third cousin, Bubba Claus....   [tags: social issues]

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The Emergence of Surf Music

- The Emergence of Surf Music Many different music styles emerged during the early 1960's. One of these music styles that was perhaps the most prominent music style to ever come out of Southern California was Surf Music. Surf music was a short-lived phenomenon that occurred from 1961 to 1965 (Nostalgia, 2002). Along with the surf music craze, Hollywood also started producing numerous movies about surfing, including Gidget, and Endless Summer (St. James Encyclopedia, 2003 and Nostalgia, 2002)....   [tags: Papers]

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Robert Owen

- Robert Owen was born in Newtown, Montgomeryshire (Wales) on May 14, 1771, the sixth of seven children. His father was a sadler and ironmonger who also served as local postmaster; his mother came from one of the prosperous farming families of Newtown. Owen attended the local school where he developed a strong passion for reading. At the age of ten he was sent to seek his fortune in London with his eldest brother, William. After a few weeks, Owen found a position in a large drapery business in Stamford (Lincolnshire) where he served as an apprentice....   [tags: Biography Robert Owen]

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Margin Call, the Movie

- Margin Call depicts a realistic take on what happens inside a Wall Street firm. It is about a company that is downsizing their workers because of a firm’s crisis. One of the victims, Eric Dale, was working on a major analysis when he was laid off. He hands his coworker Peter Sullivan his USB, which contains the major analysis. Peter stays late and cracks the issues and calls his coworkers and bosses in about the financial disaster he had discovered. He had discovered that the company is about the crash....   [tags: film analysis]

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Herring V. United States

- Herring v. United States 129 S. Ct. 695 Search & Seizure (2009) Facts: On July 7, 2004 the defendant, Bennie Dean Herring, went to the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department to recover something from his impounded truck. Herring was a familiar face to the law enforcement. While Herring was at the Department, Investigator Mark Anderson asked his warrant clerk, Sandy Pope to check for outstanding warrants for Herring. When Sandy found nothing, Anderson asked Pope to check with Sharon Morgan, she works for the Dale County....   [tags: Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution]

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Herring V. United States

- Herring v. United States 129 S. Ct. 695 Search & Seizure (2009) Facts: On July 7, 2004 the defendant, Bennie Dean Herring, went to the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department to recover something from his impounded truck. Herring was a familiar face to the law enforcement. While Herring was at the Department, Investigator Mark Anderson asked his warrant clerk, Sandy Pope to check for outstanding warrants for Herring. When Sandy found nothing, Anderson asked Pope to check with Sharon Morgan, she works for the Dale County....   [tags: Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution]

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- Hoosiers      Coach Norman Dale embodied a number of personal characteristics which enabled him to be the quality leader he was in the movie Hoosiers. His toughness, optimism, motivation, farsightedness, and self confidence assisted Coach Dale in gaining the loyalty of the team and the attention of the town. They also helped him to change the losing ways of the early team into the state champion team they ended up to be. Additionally, a number of environmental factors played a role in his success....   [tags: Movie Film Essays Hoosiers]

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Interview With Men In Non-Traditional Roles

- Men In Non-Traditional Roles This paper takes a look into the lives of three males breaking out of their gender stereotyped roles in society. These males avoid the boundaries traditional thinking has tried to impose on them and embark on their own as what they like to call "pioneers in the men's equality movement." Introduction: The Men First off, this paper will introduce the three "pioneers"; changing only their names for the sake of privacy--per request....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Studies Pursued and Boys and Girls

- Studies Pursued and Boys and Girls “What is considered inherently interesting is knowledge about men. Because men control the records, and the value system, it is generally believed that it is men who have done all the exciting things: it is men who have made history, made discoveries, made inventions and performed feats of skill and courage – according to men. These are the important activities and only men become the curriculum.” (Dale Spender 1982) The above quite reflects the findings and attitude of Dale Spender, a female sociologist....   [tags: Papers]

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The Dust Bowl

- Rays of golden sunlight were piercing the blue sky. Today was a hot day. There had been no rain in the last month. A young child was playing in the field while his father was harvesting the crops. The boy was playing among the newly harvested golden vegetables. There were a lot more vegetables than he remembered from years past. The boy knew they were going to sell most of this harvest. Where are the other plants that he remembered. Why was corn the only thing growing. Why is it in straight lines instead of winding around the property like it normally did....   [tags: dust storms, harvesting crops, farmers, storms]

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The Tibetan People

- It is accepted that the Tibetan individuals are the relatives of the human Pha Treglan Changchup sempa who is a legendary monkey precursor of the Tibetan individuals. Tibetans hone the religion of Buddhism. The Tibetan individuals are an ethnic assembly who are local to Tibet. The evaluated populace is 6.5 million. Tibetan live in China and in India Nepal and Bhutan. These urban areas are vigorously populated with Tibetans. In Nepal there is around 20,000-60,000. Tibetans talk the Burman dialect and additionally talk Indian because of the populace source in India....   [tags: education, housing, culture]

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Biodiesel vs. Ethanol

- Biodiesel vs. Ethanol Both biodiesel and ethanol are derivatives of biomass that have been processed to create a liquid biofuel. Both types of biofuels have been touted as secure and environmentally safe alternatives to fossil fuels, however the research verifying these claims is extensive but often contradicting. In the following paper, the efficiency and quality of the two types of biofuel will be discussed. The effects of variables such as source materials and production techniques on efficiency and quality will be considered....   [tags: Compare Contrast Fuel Essays Papers]

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Compbell Soup Overview

- 1. Company Overview Founded in 1869, Campbell Soup Company is one of the leaders in manufacturing & marketing branded consumer food products with approximately 24,250 employees world wide, total revenues of 6.7 billion, 36 manufacturing plants in 10 nations, and over 2000 products on the market. Over the years, Campbell Soup Company has diversified into number of businesses - from frozen dinners to retail garden centers. However Soup has been its core business. Some major brands of Campbell Soup Co....   [tags: Business Management Strategy Market]

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The Castle by Rob Sitch

- Darryl’s life is worth fighting for. “You can’t buy what I’ve got.” ‘The Castle’ directed by Rob Sitch, about one man, his family and neighbours on the verge of being homeless. Darryl Kerrigan, the “backbone of the family” won’t stand for that. Of course no one can buy what he has. He’s spent almost his entire lifetime building what he has, why should he give it up. Darryl’s way of life is simple yet filled with family values. 3 Highview Crescent is the home to Darryl, his wife Sal and their 3 children: Wayne, Steve, Tracy and Dale....   [tags: essays research papers]

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- Hoosiers As driving into Hickory, Indiana, a tiny town, I see that every house has a basketball hoop on the side of their barn. The little town consists of one main street. It has the local supermarket, barbershop, hardware store and some other small stores. While driving on the main street, I noticed that everyone notices a stranger coming into town. That is how small Hickory is. Driving into the high school parking lot I see that the girls dominate the young men by far. Looking around I also see that everyone is talking about the basketball game that night....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Environmental Laws vs. Economic Freedom

- Sustainability Vega-Gordilio and Alvarez-Arce (2003) states economic freedoms exist in the following conditions; property acquired without the use of force, fraud, or theft is protected from physical invasions by others. Economic freedoms exist when individuals are free to use, exchange, or give their property to another as long as their actions do not violate the identical rights of others (Vega-Gordilio & Alvarez-Arce, 2003). Environmental laws are established by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) who works with state, federal, and other government agencies to issue limitations on individuals and organizations in order to protect the environment, endangered species, and others from...   [tags: U.S. Government ]

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Critique on the Nursing Article Critical care patients’ experience of the helmet continuous positive airway pressure

- This assignment aims to critically analyse a chosen nursing research article “Critical care patients’ experience of the helmet continuous positive airway pressure” by Dimech (2011) and was published in the Journal of Nursing in Critical Care (JNCC). It will examine both the strengths and limitations of the study by weighing various elements of the research undertaken and its value and implication for nursing practice. It will use a critiquing tool by (Ryan, 2007) (see Appendix 1). Evidence based practice (EBP) is to offer the best care possible to individual patients and use professional judgement to determine nursing care in order to improve patient outcome and even save lives (Moule and He...   [tags: Research Methods, Clinical Practice]

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Legalization Of The Plantation, Build A Spot For The Pot, Legalize The Need For Weed

- Legalization of the plantation, build a spot for the pot, legalize the NEED for WEED. Marijuana consists of the flowers and leafy parts of the hemp plant Cannabis sativa. Worldwide approximately 190 million people use cannabis, primarily for the narcotic effect of the chemical THC. Seriously, just legalize it already, according to former police chief of Seattle, Washington, and a board member of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition “With 100 million Americans having used pot at least once-including the president, his two immediate predecessors, the mayor of New York and countless other luminaries from all walks of life-and with an estimated 25 million regular users, marijuana consumption is d...   [tags: Cannabis, Drug addiction, Hemp, Psychoactive drug]

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My On The Beach Resort And Casino 's Land And Sea Buffet

- Friday, January 15, 2016 I walked into work and clocked in at 3pm. I did what I do every Friday, which is set up the Quinault Beach Resort and Casino’s land and sea buffet. With my usual buffet crew Jackie, Dale, Michael and Jeremiah. I had Michael gathering utensils for the food, Jeremiah filling our crab boats with ice to keep our seafood and salads fresh. Dale was setting up our carving station for the prime rib and seared ahi tuna. I asked Jackie to double check with the kitchen on our chaffer count, we use them to keep the food warm....   [tags: Learning, Understanding, Aerosmith, Answer]

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Court Cases Challenging the First Ten Amendments to the Constitution

- The Bill of Rights is a document that stands as law in all 50 United States and protects the citizens of the U.S. from various unlawful punishments that would infringe on these rights which are considered universal to all those who legally reside in the country. These amendments are extremely important to us as citizens of the U.S. because they give us a set of guidelines to model our behavior and speech after, as well as allow us to defend ourselves from censorship of various forms that may be cast upon us by government, organizations, or other persons....   [tags: politics, punishment]

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Interaction With Law Enforcement From Montana Yellow Stone County Sheriff

- The Kimmell’s had their true first interaction with Law Enforcement from Montana Yellow Stone County Sheriff’s a few days after the intense search. Also, which calmed the nerves of the Kimmell’s, was they knew George Jensen back from high school. Before any questions were asked, George asked if “they would like to have a family member of clergyman to join them. Or even a friend?” (Kimmell p.29). The detectives knew the news was going to be difficult. They had to break the bad news to the Kimmell’s that they had found a body which they believed was their Lisa....   [tags: Police, Crime, Law]

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I Had The Privilege Of Attending A Schola Cantorum Concert

- I had the privilege of attending a Schola Cantorum concert this month at the University of Arkansas. The concert was wonderfully directed and performed very well. The choir is incredibly talented, they sounded wonderful. The concert featured accompaniment by a Baroque style organ that was built here in Arkansas. The organ is absolutely beautiful. It took five years to build, and it is well worth that time. The organ accompanied the first two pieces played at the concert. Being able to listen to the organ in concert for the first time was such a privilege....   [tags: Music, Johann Sebastian Bach, Piece, Part]

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One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, by Ken Kesey

- Every American has grown up with these words, lived by these words, and thusly, accepted them as a given: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.” This sentence has made its place in the United States Constitution as well, and there are variations of this all over the world—“liberté, egalité, fraternité” (liberty, equality, fraternity) in France, “Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit” (unity, justice, and freedom) in Germany, and many more....   [tags: Thematic Analysis, Equality]

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Animals And Humans Mate Choice Strategies And Gender Differences

- The structure of this essay is based on animals and humans mate choice strategies and gender differences and similarities. These factors are intertwined with males and females reproduction success for choosing the right mate and bearing the parental cost involved in the offspring upbringing. (Trivers, 1972, 1985).Animal males from the evolutionary perspectives seek fertile, strong, females as a security for their offspring reproduction. These males’ strategize for their mate choice by advertising their masculinity as men ready for a mate....   [tags: Reproduction, Male, Gender, Sexual dimorphism]

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A Dissent Study on Gender Studies in India

- Studying the difference between sex and gender, Nivedita Menon a feminist critic argues, “The initial move was to use the term sex to refer to the biological differences between men and women, while gender indicated the vast range of cultural meanings attached to that basic difference.” Further she states that this kind of distinction is important for feminism to mark because the subordination of women had been fundamentally justified on the grounds of the biological differences between men and women....   [tags: social issues, sex, gender]

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The Effect of Physical Education on Academic Achievement

- The controversial topic in the realm of physical education is if physical education should remain in schools. Higher up’s are complaining about test scores and suggesting that cutting physical education programs would lead to better test scores. Technically, this would lead to more time spent sitting in a desk and listening to lectures in class, which is supposed to improve test scores. So, the solution to increase test scores is to take the small chance of physical activity that children receive during the school day and keep them almost completely sedentary for six-plus hours....   [tags: tests scores, children education]

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Medical Marijuana Should Be Legalized in All States

- “According to the United Nations, 158.8 million people around the world use marijuana—more than 3.8% of the planet’s population” (, 2014). Marijuana is one of the most widely used illicit drugs in the world (Sewell). It has received a plethora of criticism in the past and its negative reputation has carried on throughout history, making the legalization of marijuana one of the most controversial topics today. Marijuana does not deserve the reputation it receives, and in actuality it serves many medicinal purposes for the human body....   [tags: drug, canavis, taxing issues, alcohol, tobacco]

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The Push and Pull Factor of Sydney, Australia

- In this essay I will be discussing the issue of push and pull factors of Sydney`s climate and environment. Sydney has long been hospitable city for people from Australia and around the world. Some people come here to visit, and some stay forever. Furthermore, people move here to find work and accommodation. Location of Sydney Sydney is the largest city in Australia area of 12,144.6 km ² which has a population 4.5 million people (2009). City is located on the southeastern coast of Australia, near the Pacific Ocean....   [tags: climate, environment, work, risk]

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The End of Large Department Stores and Malls

- The biggest department stores in the mid-1960s were Macy's, Hudson's, and Marshall Field. Hudson's had 25 floors; two of its four below-ground floors were basement stores, where 60 departments did up to 25% of the store's business. At its peak in mid-century, Hudson's employed over 12,000 employees and welcomed 100,000 shoppers a day. Hudson’s even had its own telephone exchange (Capitol), and the nation's third largest switchboard, with only by the Pentagon and the Bell System larger. Across all major cities, the downtown department stores were enormous, with elevators and escalators....   [tags: Shopping, Internet]

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Analysis Of Mary Shelley 's ' Frankenstein '

- America has many days dating back in history which need to be celebrated. To illustrate, the fourth of July is very important to Americans because it is the the day they have gained their independence and freedom. Celebrating the most memorable day of the country, citizens have made fireworks and barbeque a tradition every year with family and friends. The fourth of November,Thanksgiving, is also commemorated by fellow Americans with a traditional and delicious turkey. Inhabitants of America reminisce on their life and share what they are thankful for....   [tags: Frankenstein, James Whale, Novel]

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Analysis Of The Book ' Nick Hitchon '

- Nick Hitchon, a boy from a middle class, was a farmer’s son from Yorkshire Dale in rural England. Form the series it is understood that he was not well privileged boy growing up. His parents did have much money. However, nick has ideological beliefs than a culture or pattern of living based on artifacts. At early age he was interested in moon and stars. His ambition did not fall short as he started his journey at age 14 when he joined boarding school. Besides his educational life, his attitudes towards life such as girls, sex, and politics seems was rather narrow....   [tags: Social class, Working class, Married in America]

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Global Warming And Its Effects On Human Activity

- Global warming is a topic of discussion that many people can debate or try to avoid. It is often argued that the causes of global warming are either caused by humans, nature, or both. Some of these people don’t even have a clue about the impact they have on Earth and the ozone layer. Some people may not even know what causes global warming. If people don’t know how they are contributing to global warming, how are they going to contribute to stop it. Humans affect global warming by activities that range from driving to expanding their family....   [tags: Global warming, Carbon dioxide, Greenhouse gas]

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The And Ethical Values Align With Business Objectives

- eliefs and ethical values align with business objectives, they can prove to be effective in building teams because rapport and trust quickly ensues. Strong corporate cultures ease communication of roles and responsibilities to all individuals. Employees know what is expected of them, how management assesses their performance and what forms of rewards are available (Davoren, 2015). Employee engagement is an often discussed topic within the Human Resources fraternity, and with good reason. Prior research has been clear for decades that employee engagement drives both higher levels of performance and retention of staff....   [tags: Employment]

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Work Based Learning Module Within The Capabilities Unit

- Description During March 2016, in Stage 1 of the pharmacy degree, I attended a two day work placement in a community pharmacy as part of the Work Based Learning module within the Capability unit. The purpose of Work Based Learning is to increase engagement with learning and to develop skills specific to patient pathways. This will link to Stage 4 of the MPharm course in which the main unit is Patient Centred Care. Therefore, it is imperative that I enhance my patient education skills through my own education....   [tags: Nonverbal communication, Learning, Pharmacy]

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Recommendation on means of measuring employee productivity

- ... Many scholars consider the ties an individual has with others and organizations to be prisms that reflect identity (need source). Pride in one’s workplace is a key driver for employee engagement. When employees are proud of their workplace it is often because they share the values of their organization on a personal level and therefore have greater personal incentive to continually perform well. 4. I feel as though my opinions are considered by my superiors. Here employees are asked to measure the degree of which they feel they can contribute to the company as a whole....   [tags: human resource management]

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The Movie ' My Cousin Vinny '

- Background Information The 1992 comedy crime film, My Cousin Vinny, written by Dale Launer and directed by Jonathon Lynn portrays the communication disorder known as stuttering. Stuttering is a fluency disorder in which the rhythm and flow of speech is disrupted and differs significantly from what is socially accepted as ‘normal’. Stuttering has proven to be one of the most common communication disorders portrayed in media and literature; however, the reason behind including a stutter (ranging from barely there to extremely excessive) in a character’s script tends to vary....   [tags: Stuttering, Cluttering, Speech disorder]

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A Very Powerful Topic On The World

- In this paper I would like to discuss a very powerful topic in not only the business, but in our everyday lives. However, in the business world this is an absolute must to be paying attention to at all times. I will share with you throughout this paper some written material that I have read as well as some experiences I have had. First let’s look at my title. “The Power of Communication.” There is a difference that I will be explaining to the best of my ability according to my understanding in this particular area....   [tags: Communication, Writing, Graphic communication]

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Maryland Organization Promotes Safety On Domestic Terrorism

- Michaels, Andrew. "Maryland Organization Promotes Safety in Response to Domestic Terrorism." Maryland Organization Promotes Safety in Response to Domestic Terrorism. N.p., 27 Aug. 2015. Web. 08 Oct. 2015. Howard County Times is a local newspaper in Columbia, Maryland. However, this article was also published through the Emergency Management website. Emergency Management is a website that publishes articles that aim to protect and inform communities. The National Center for Citizen Safety founder Lois Blevins and member Angie Kozlowski discuss recent attacks and ways that the public should react....   [tags: Terrorism, Federal Bureau of Investigation]

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Cell Phones And Its Effects On Society

- According to Dr. Dale from Psychology Today, fifty-six percent of all Americans, own a cell phone and 20% claim to use their cell phones while sexually interacting with their partners (Dale 2015). Technology has not too long begun its advancement. These technological devices allowed ways for easier communication over time, which means people no longer need to call an individual to make plans or to exchange ideas. Today cell phones, tablets, and computers are essential tools for the function of an individual in society....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Drug addiction]

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Spanking The Disciplinary Laws Should Be Legal

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The True Stories of Tax Cheaters

- Last week, we talked about the IRS Criminal Investigation unit, which just released their Fiscal 2012 report. That report was filled with the sort of dry statistics you would expect from an IRS annual report: 5,125 total investigations launched, 202 crooked tax preparers indicted, 199 identity thieves sent to prison, and 64 months average time behind bars for money launderers. But the report also includes dozens of stories of tax cheats who really just should have known better — and some whose stories are so entertaining we just had to share them....   [tags: IRS, tax, fraud]

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Hypercholesterolemia has Signicantly Increaed in Maylasia

- Undeniably, high levels cholesterol in blood or hypercholesterolemia has become a significant part and parcel concern in billions of people across the globe. However, due to craving for an assortment of delicacies Malaysian food with different culinary styles, number of Malaysians with hypercholesterolemia rose by leaps and bounds over the past six years. (Elvina Fernandez, 2012) Consultant cardiologist and Malaysian Heart Foundation director Datuk Dr Khoo Kah Lin indicated that 33.33% of Malaysians suffered from hypercholesterolemia, the major cause of death in Malaysia since 30 years ago, contributed by sedentary lifestyles and dietary habits, shown in Figure 1....   [tags: healthy, cholesterol, food]

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The Quest for the Historical Jesus

- The Quest for the Historical Jesus John Dominic Crossan vs. Dale Allison: Two Different Ways to Look at Mysterious Figure For someone so well known, Jesus is someone the historical world knows little about. Around this religious figure revolves a strange phenomena. Most people could probably tell you something Jesus stood for, or the gist of something he said, just off the top of their head. But someone who has spent years studying Jesus within a historical context, would probably have a hard time pinpointing anything Jesus really said....   [tags: Christianity, History]

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The Bitter Truth - Original Writing

- She wanted to be stronger; she wanted to not be selfish. But the bitter truth was that her heart was waging a war against her. "Fíli, wait!" She cried out just before he reached the door. He whirled around. "I 'm sorry!" He cried out. "I 'm sorry for thinking this was something else, I 'm sorry for thinking that you might..." "But I do." She called out. She was truly crying now, tears falling down her cheeks. "I do..." He stared at her, the moonlight incandescent in her blazing eyes, eyes that stripped him utterly bare, then he picked that moment....   [tags: Crying, Tears, 2007 singles, Debut albums]

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The New Frontier : Data Analytics

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Active Duty Military And Their Families

- Problem: Active duty military and their families, and single Airmen living off base at their current duty station are having to leave their dogs behind prior to being stationed on a base that requires the family to live on base due to current Air Force restrictions on base housing policies. Current Air Force Instructions 32-6001 (AFI 32-6001) and AFI 32-6007, limit the breeds of dogs that can reside in family housing. These same AFIs ban dogs for what the Air Force has deemed aggressive behavior....   [tags: Dog, Dog breed, Pit Bull]

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Organizational Project Management : Design Management

- Organizational project management. Organizational project management is a concept that can used by the project manager to achieve the goals and objectives of the project. The project manager may use the organizational structure by either offering support to the direct actualization of the project or by aiding in the management of the project. A good approach and practices in an organization will assist in the devising an integrated way, to manage organizations portfolios and projects. OPM as stated by Dale Richards in his you tube video, applies the concept of management of portfolios in a holistic way in order to achieve the required results in an organization....   [tags: Project management, Management]

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The Death Penalty Should Be Abolished

- Dale Johnston, who is now 82, was sentenced to death in 1984 for shooting his stepdaughter and fiancé. However, the case was built on police and prosecutorial misconduct and withheld evidence so it fell apart on appeal and Johnston was a free man. The real killer confessed to killing the two teens and was sentenced life in prison. Dale Johnston is suing the state for damages for serving close to seven years on death row for a horrible murder that he did not commit. Since 1773, 144 people on death row have been exonerated....   [tags: Capital punishment, Crime, Prison, Death row]

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My Family Has An Interesting Background

- My family has an interesting background. One of my grandfathers was a real cowboy - riding on horseback while chasing cattle - while my other grandfather was a cartoonist as well as a drummer. They taught their fun tricks and lessons to my family and me since we were small. My cowboy grandpa would rope us and let us practice with his rope on our fence. He also loved to tell us stories. My cartoonist grandfather, unfortunately, I do not remember much about him. But what I do remember is that we displayed his art and had photographs of his drummer days....   [tags: Family, Grandparent, Drawing, Teacher]

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Friday Night Lights Rhetorical Analysis

- A town, a team, a dream. Friday Night lights document the 1988 football season of Permian High School in Odessa, Texas. Bissinger explores the various themes of the novel and uses conceit to colorfully describe the contrasting attitudes towards sports and academics. In the small town of Odessa bases Fridays nights in the fall are dedicated to Permian football. As a result of the obsessive attitude towards football a ridiculous amount of pressure is thrusted upon the coaches and players. Bissinger tackled the many problems in the town such as extreme pressure to perform, racism, and the relationship between parent and child....   [tags: Bissinger, football, Odessa, Texas]

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Solving the Childhood Obesity Epidemic

- Obesity has increased drastically in today’s society. Alarmingly, present day generations show childhood obesity to be a growing crisis. Viewed as an epidemic, childhood obesity is sweeping across the United States and creating a public health crisis (Henry). Obesity in young children is contributed by different factors. Many are based off of lifestyles and peer pressure in schools and in households. “According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2004), over 16 percent of children and adolescents from 6 to 19 years of age are overweight and/or obese” (Green 915)....   [tags: overweight, nutrition, children, physical activity]

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Media Influences on Childhood Obesity

- Recently my 13 year old brother received his second phone, an IPhone 4s. I could not believe it a 13 year old carrying around one of the best pieces of technology in our world. Since then my brother’s free time outside running around has decreased drastically. His eyes and hands are glued to his IPhone 4s. Finding him playing basketball or throwing a football around in my yard when I go home on the weekends has become less and less. This is just one of thousands of children whose physical activity has suffered due to technology....   [tags: Health, Electronic Devices]

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Sigmund Freud and Defense Mechanism

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Fast Food Restaurants and Obesity

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Death Penalty and its Execution

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The Utilisation Of An Assistant

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Benefits Of Students Attending College

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Mr. Wagamese And Bilbo Baggins

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Why I Am An Expert

- “You can do this. Believe you can do this. Yes. You can, just one more time!” The thoughts rattled around and around in my head with increasing momentum, just like one of those circus motorcycle stunt riders who circle and loop in a mesh sphere at dangerous speeds. “Besides, I don’t have a neon sign flashing “New Kid” above my head, so in a school this large it won’t be immediately obvious.” I quietly whispered to myself as I tried to bolster my confidence. I should be an expert at this by now, nine moves- including four different countries- but this never really gets any easier; in fact, I think this might be the toughest one yet....   [tags: High school, Academic term, Grade, High School]

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- My Life’s Expected Punches Friday January 15, 2016 I walked into work and clocked in at 3pm. I did what I do every Friday, which is set up the Quinault Beach Resort and Casino’s land and sea buffet. With my usual buffet crew Jackie, Dale, Michael and Jeremiah. I had Michael gathering utensils for the food, Jeremiah filling our crab boats with ice to keep our seafood and salads fresh. Dale was setting up our carving station for the prime rib and seared ahi tuna. I asked Jackie to double check with the kitchen on our chaffer count, we use them to keep the food warm....   [tags: Learning, Understanding, Aerosmith, Answer]

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Three Examples Of Charismatic Leaders

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Cultural Event That I Attended

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Benefits Of Children Becoming Vaccinated

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Climate Change : Global Warming

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Business Process Management

- Business Process Management  Introduction  For every business there is a process in place. For some businesses, there are a number of laid down processes. These processes actually form the building units of the business which is pre-requisite to end results of the business. Zairi (1997) defined a process as an approach for converting inputs into outputs. Davenport (1993) defined process as a structured, measured set of activities designed to produce a specified outcome for a particular customer or market.W e need to realize that these processes might be performed routinely by members of staff of the organisation who are also the operators, without bearing the ultimate end results in mind....   [tags: Business Management Analysis]

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The Genetic Screening Controversy

- In the last few decades, there has been astonishing advances in the comprehension of how genes affect tasks of various cells throughout the human body. Genetic screening informs one about a predisposition or carrying of a disease (Konstantinopoulous PA, Karamouzis MV, Papavassiliou AG, 2009:63). Although knowledge from genetic screening is tremendously beneficial, it may also have detrimental effects on society. The information of one’s genes could cause genetic discrimination (McNamee MJ, Muller A, van Hilvoorde I, Holm S....   [tags: Biology, Genetic Discrimination]

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Legalizing Drugs Like Marijuana

- Society has always seen smoking cannabis as a taboo culture. But, is marijuana as bad as society thinks it to be. Cannabis has been illegal since 1930 in the United States in the vain hope that, it will actually abate the production and use of marijuana. But prohibition has done more harm than good. It has done nothing but costing tax payers money, filling prisons with nonviolent criminal and creating a black market. Now the question would be, how do we get rid of this. Let’s make its use legal....   [tags: Smoking, Society, Cannabis, Taboo Culture]

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The Art of Teaching

- "Lifelong self-images are formed by how successful we are in school." (Discover Your Child's Learning Style, 7) "To educate is to develop mentally, morally, or aesthetically especially by instruction" (Webster). Education has been the foundation of America since the beginning of her time. Whether that education was through experiences, parental guidance, or public schooling, education has always guided America's people. In our current time there are many questions as to how we will educate the next generation....   [tags: education process, growth of human mind]

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