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Self Help Guide to Overcoming Shyness and Self Doubt

- In your younger years would you most likely be clinging to your mom’s leg. Did you kind of bob your head behind those in front of you when the teacher was looking for a volunteer. Still doing that now. Shyness and overpowering self-doubt are apparently very common, and they can paralyse you from moving forward in certain areas of life. But it doesn’t mean that you can’t deal with this issue that is trying to stunt you. You don’t have to be paralysed by shyness. There is every expectation that you can shine the image of the One Who created you....   [tags: mindset, experience, shyness]

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Socialism and Capitalism in The Jungle, by Upton Sinclair

- The Jungle The Jungle, by Upton Sinclair, emphasizes the importance in changing to become a thriving society through socialism. Sinclair writes his novel to show the corruption that occurs as a result of capitalism. Jurgis’ family is in search for a better life in America where he believes he will make enough pay to support his family. The novel shows that poverty is in control over the working class, but the working class still has a desperation for money. In The Jungle, Upton Sinclair pushes for Socialism by showing Jurgis’ struggle to find work, the hardships of the packingtown workers, and the inequality of all men in this capitalistic society....   [tags: Poverty, Society, Work]

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Analysis Of The Movie ' Daddy Day Care '

- Daddy Day Care is a film directed by Steve Carr in 2003. The movies writer was Geoff Rodkey and the production companies that where involved in this movie included Revolution Studios, Davis Entertainment and Day Care Productions. This movie follows an African American family. The family has two parents, Charlie and Kim Hinton, with their four-year-old son, Ben Hinton. The family seems to be in the middle class with Charlie being the sole provider and Kim benign a stay at home mom. The movie starts with Kim wanting to go back to work, which leads to putting Ben in an exclusive and expensive preschool....   [tags: Family, Parent, Mother, Father]

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Is Now Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ( Adhd )

- Introduction The disorder that is now attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is marked by symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsiveness. While these symptoms were first described clinically in 1902 by Sir George Frederick Still, discussion of similar constellations of symptoms have been described in stories and anecdotally many years before (Lange, Reichl, Lange, Tucha, Tucha, 2010). The purpose of this paper is to provide a broad overview of the history of ADHD, from those anecdotal stories to the more formal diagnostic criteria in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM)....   [tags: Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder]

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Nike : The Apparel Powerhouse Of The 21st Century

- Nike Case Study The apparel powerhouse of the 21st century, and the market leader in athletics, it is no question that business has been booming for Nike. Nike has a massive artillery of recognizable catchphrases and a pair of logos that sum up the brand under one great roof to leave no question on their impact on society. Considering the massive growth that Nike has continued to follow over the last five years their revenue had increased 10%, and $1,775 million just in the last year (Nike Financials 2016)....   [tags: Brand, Brand management, Nike, Inc.]

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Personal Narrative: A Day In My Favorite City

- Stepping out of Port Authority, I watched the city for a moment. I absorbed everything. I missed the town for the several months that had passed since my last visit. I smelled the toasted, sugary nuts from street vendors, I heard the cab horns honking, I watched people cross streets all together in a mob, as soon as the red hand changed to a walking person. I listened to people saying hello, and people saying goodbye to each other outside of the bus station. I watched a cab pass with an ad for the Chicago Broadway show on top of it....   [tags: essay about myself, Personal Experience]

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Two Cultural Products Of The Civil Rights Movement

- In this assignment I will analyse two cultural products of the civil rights movement in America. I have chosen to analyse song lyrics and speeches which were inspired by the civil rights movement and date back to the time when the civil rights movement was well underway. I will examine the song lyrics of Bob Dylan in his song entitled “Only a Pawn in Their Game”. I will also briefly look at the lyrics of Nina Simone in her song entitled “Mississippi Goddam” and Phil Ochs’ lyrics in his song entitled “Too Many Martyrs”....   [tags: Black Civil Rights Movement]

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Information Security System: The Case of Target Corp.

- Nowadays, information security is one vital part of a company to develop and maintain its information system. As technology became more advanced in terms of creating and utilizing, the more threats a company’s information system will face. A threat is a person or organization that seeks to obtain or change data illegally, without the owner’s permission and knowledge. In addition, a vulnerability is an opportunity for threats to gain access to individual or organizational assets (Kroenke 309). Apparently, a threat will lead to a company’s vulnerability gradually; Target Corporation is one specific example that has faced this type of risk in this case....   [tags: attacks on company data]

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Distorted Body Image and Excessive Dieting: Anoerxia Nervosa

- According to the DSM-5, “Anorexia Nervosa is characterized by distorted body image and excessive dieting that leads to severe weight loss with a pathological fear of becoming fat”. It is a mental condition which affect’s one’s both physical and mental health. Anorexia Nervosa is a condition that causes an individual to starve themselves even if they are already underweight because they fear they will become overweight and have a distorted body image. It is more common than woman than men, especially woman that are age of 15-35....   [tags: eating disorders]

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NIKE Inc.: Why It Is Such a Leader

- ... NIKE has enormous brand loyalty due to the image they have created of reliability and trust among consumers, as well as strong brand recognition. “The influence of the brand is also apparent in the fact that NIKE has well acknowledged athletes and celebrities which will promote the brand if it is considered to be “cool” to wear. Athletes such as LeBron James, Roger Federer and others such as Andrew Luck where each of these people represents a different sport from basketball to tennis to American football respectively....   [tags: athletic, show, branding, company]

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The Need for Regulations on the Death Penalty

- ... Crimes will still likely occur even if the sentencing increases from 30 years to life imprisonment. (Kyle Gibson) The idea of also public executions creates fear within society to not committing such horrific crimes. As of today, a poll in 2013 suggests that 62% of Americans favor the death penalty for people who are convicted of murder, while only 26% opposed. (Huffington Post) The idea of capital punishment, by the control of state governments, first began in the early 1790s. Over the years, many Americans have thought about an “Eye for an Eye” justice, which is known to be an idea of punishment that result in a crime equal to the defendants committed crime....   [tags: murder, punishment, expenses]

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The Treatment Of Ptsd During World War II

- Research Question: Topic: “Upon Louis’s return to the United States, he struggled with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), though medical authorities did not classify such a condition until the 1970’s. Has PTSD always been a condition of warfare, or is it a modern phenomenon. How do war veterans cope with PTSD. Has the Department of Defense progressed in its treatment of PTSD since WWII?” Question: What are some of the factors that occurred in prisoner of war camps in Japan, during World War II, which would cause soldiers to develop posttraumatic stress disorder, and how would POW’s deal with PTSD....   [tags: Psychological trauma]

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No Role Models Of The Rapper J Cole

- “No role models and I 'm here right now No role models to speak of Searchin ' through my memory, my memory, I couldn 't find one.”(Cole) In these lyrics you can get a taste of how this is song to relate to some of the youth who had grew up with no role model and or father. In the song, No Role Modelz, the rapper J Cole speaks on the issues developing as a young adult without a role model, or growing up without a father to help shape him into a better man in this world and how without fame he would be treated differently, while being analyzed using a cultural criticism lens....   [tags: Mother, Sociology, Da Baddest Bitch, Debut albums]

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The Effects Of Higher Education On Public Schools

- Stuart Rojstaczer talks about how higher education in the United States has decreased substantially these days. High grades are very common among college students when they should not be that high. Schools are handing out easy A’s to those who do not deserve them, decreasing the quality of education. Even more astonishing is the fact that students are spending less time studying and more time drinking and partying, students are consuming more alcohol than ever and degrade in a really fast way. Also Stuart Rojstaczer talk about that in private schools grades are much higher than in public schools, but virtually everyone was experiencing grade inflation....   [tags: College, High school, Harvard University]

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"Lord of the Flies" by William Golding

- Lord of the Flies “is both a story with a message” and “a great tale of adventure”. The novel Lord of the Flies by William Golding is an allegorical novel representing what the world was like during World War II. The novel is about a group of boys who survive a plane crash during the Blitzkrieg. The boys are stranded on an island and must find a way to survive until they are rescued. Most of the characters do not even know each other before the crash happens. As the novel progresses, the characters begin to show their different personalities....   [tags: Lord of the Flies, William Golding]

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Strong Arm Steady Equals Ill Hip Hop

- Madlib is on point and in focus bringing with him his usual assortment of samples only a true loop digger could find. With the help of a large group of talented and hungry MC's, this is exactly the type of album that true underground hip hop fiends salivate over. If you are in this group I would recommend that you wear a bib when you listen to the record. There's a lot more to say, but that's the long and short of it. Hit that more link if you need further exposition/explanation or if you are just the curious type....   [tags: Album Review]

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Strength, Personality, and Style Assessments & Motivation

- In my paper regarding strength assessments from the Rath’s Strengths Finder 2.00 (Rath) I learned how it can improve the development of my leadership. About a year ago I took the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment (The Myers & Briggs Foundation); I was identified as an ENTJ and ENFJ (split personality). I recently took another assessment detailing with my style (Style Analysis). The strength finder 2.0 assessment defined my top five leadership strengths; the Myers Briggs defined my personality; and this new assessment defining my style behavior....   [tags: Human Resources]

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The Issues of Breast Cancer in Nigeria

- “Mrs. Claire Anyanwu has visited her doctor everyday for the past week. She was at the convention last month. Women were encouraged to go for medical checkups. She was luckily diagnosed early enough to be treated of ‘mild breast lumps.’ It is an ailment that could lead to breast cancer. We are happy to see women respond to our awareness programs.” said Dr. Rosa Phil (1). In her article, Dr. Phil commends Mrs. Anyanwu for taking action against breast cancer as she recommends all women do the same....   [tags: Health Care ]

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Organizational Behavior and Building a Winning Environment

- Corporations create strategies for their teams to deliver outcomes on daily basis, so they can achieve profit and market share within their respective industry.  They have turned to successful sports coaches to motivate and teach their management leaders how to build great teams and create a winning environment.   Katz, & Koenig (2001) states, "Managers often look to sports for inspirational examples and useful models of teamwork."  Over the last decades, coaches like Phil Jackson, Pat Summit, Joe Torre, and Pat Riley have given speeches regarding teamwork and winning culture.  According to Katz & Koenig (2001), "the lessons managers can learn from sports team fall into two categories: how t...   [tags: Organizational Issues]

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The Success of Sitcoms Through National Identity

- National identity through sitcoms greatly influences how a nation or culture represents its shared unity within humor and determining how successful a TV series will be. Identity plays a major role in the media world especially in television. Nevertheless, the successful sitcom “Modern Family” is the best example on how American culture interprets humor based upon the shows context of how a typical family operates on a daily basis. “Modern Family” is the first family show to be filmed as a “mockumentary”, which is a television show viewed through a documentary style that creates a parody (New York Times)....   [tags: modern family, tv series]

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The Barbed Wire Was Used During Wwi

- Barbed wire was also used during WWI in no man’s land, which meant that soldiers who would go running through the open lands would get entangled and become easy targets. According to Joanne Liu, graduate from Brown University with a B.A. in political science and economics states, “No-man 's-land was the open space between the friendly trench and the enemy trench” (Liu). Basically, Liu is saying that the no man’s land was the open field area that was in between the opposing armies. Trench warfare was also a major factor involved in WWI....   [tags: Trench warfare, World War I, World War II]

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The Titleist Brand And Marketing Mix Strategy

- Background on Titleist The Titleist brand was inspired by an event which occurred in 1932.  An amateur golfer, Phil Young, missed a putt while playing in a match with his friend.  Convinced that it was the ball 's fault, Young and his opponent went to the hospital, x-rayed the golf ball in question and found that its core was, in fact, off-center. With this discovery, Phil Young persuaded Fred Bommer, to “head up the Acushnet Golf Division” (Titleist Story - (2016).  They set out to develop the highest quality and best performing golf ball in the world; one that would be uniform and consistent in quality, ball after ball....   [tags: Golf, Marketing, Golf ball, Professional golfer]

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12 Hours Of Death : Election Month

- 12 hours of death:Election month Written by Jhovani Cordero Jhovani R cordero 1000 Can St suite Movie,Fort worth 82452 Step 1: 12 hours of death:Election Month Step 2: What if the goverment set up 12 hours of death without any police,hospital/Ambulances or nothing else that will help available for 12 ho...   [tags: Security guard, Security, Mobile phone]

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A Brief History of Nike, Inc.

- Nike, Inc. In Perspective Introduction: In order to understand Nike’s success one needs a brief history of the company. Two entrepreneur spirited men, Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight, established Nike, Inc. They met in 1950, where Bowerman was a track and field coach for the University of Oregon, and continually sought ways to “give his athletes a more competitive advantage.” There he met Knight while he attended the University of Oregon. Knight however obtained an MBA in finance later at Stanford....   [tags: Beginning, Success, Standards]

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The 1995 - 1996 Chicago Bulls

- Have you ever wondered who is the best team to ever play basketball. They probably have a good regular season record, they won the finals, and they probably have some star caliber players. The 1995 Chicago Bulls fit that description. They had a great regular season winning seventy-two games. They dominated the league winning the division, the league, and the finals. None of this would be possible without their star players. They consisted of many star player including Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and Dennis Rodman....   [tags: basketball, season, games, players, team]

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Ethics in Business: Overview of Nike

- ... Knight finally got a call back from the manufactures of tiger shoes, and made knight the distributor of tiger shoes, which gave Bowerman and idea that he and knight should be partners to provide his footwear design to tiger shoes (Nike, Inc.). Also Nike was, and still is privately owned company which means it has no shareholders therefore it could not treat them unethically. Nike’s Unethical Treatment in Advertising and of Consumers Nike does have flaws, which often originate from its unethical actions....   [tags: Company, Actions]

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Women’s Sports Struggles for Media Attention

- Few would argue that women’s sports struggles for media attention. In Australia, newspapers deliver a far greater reportage on men’s sports, and when female athletes are reported on, they are often treated in an ignorant way. News stories are usually written in an exaggerated style and focus more on personal matters rather than the actual sporting performance of the female athlete. In this era of equality and open-minded attitudes, how can this be. Tonight, Media Watch reports on this issue as we examine Australian media’s representation of all-rounder, Ellyse Perry....   [tags: ethics, newspapers, reportage]

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The Company Men: Actor John Wells

- The movie which released on January 21, 2011 introduces us to Televison veteran actor John Wells who makes his debut with The Company Men, a message drama which stands on decadence and falls short on plot content. The film has a sympathetic approach but it is a predictable plot of business executives coping the substantial layoffs during an economic recession. Fine intentions and an unusual powerful cast that was more than enough to attract audiences from various diversities. It centers around GTX, a fictional Boston shipbuilding company that has evolved into a transportation conglomerate, the story follows several workers and their families during a period this economic downturn .When the...   [tags: film analysis, drama]

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Unbroken Review : Unbroken And Lows

- Unbroken Review In the movie Unbroken directed by Angelina Jolie shows the highs and lows of Louie Zamperini 's life. Released on Christmas Day of 2014, Unbroken will make viewers go from happiness to horror to relief all within two hours of the film. This movie shows the true struggles of what Louie Zamperini had to go through in his life. Unbroken will touch your heart; it is an amazing story about a strong hearted man. Louie Zamperini, an American Olympian runner who was set to compete in the 1940 Olympics’ in Tokyo was cancelled because of World War 2....   [tags: World War II, Film, Angelina Jolie, Actor]

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Influencing Children 's Influence On Children

- Influencing Children Children are born to be loved, cared for and taken care of with our entire being. Unfortunately we sometimes forget that we are also responsible for shaping them into adults that have to function in the real world someday. Children today are far worse than they were twenty years ago. Due to the lack of discipline, the advancement of technology and the growing number of teen pregnancies, the influence parents have in their children’s lives is deteriorating. Children of teen parents fall victim to many statistics of how they will develop emotionally....   [tags: Adolescence, Teenage pregnancy, Mother, Human]

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Nike 's Marketing Plan For Nike

- Nike is multinational company that is occupied in the design, development, and manufacturing of worldwide and sales of footwear, apparel, accessories and service. Nike was originally founded as Blue Ribbon Sports in May 30, 1971 The name was converted over to Nike by Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight. This is a brand that has been around for a very long time. As years progress, Nike have expanded their business in other countries. Nike has 858 retail store locations worldwide. With most of those locations being in other countries, Nike had to develop a way to advertise to different countries in other languages....   [tags: Advertising, Marketing, Nike, Inc.]

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Honoring Those Who Served This Veterans

- Honoring Those Who Served This Veterans Day Meet the Villages Veterans Club Honor, Service, Fellowship, and Pride describes the Veterans Club in The Villages. So on this Veterans Day, it’s only fitting that we honor those who protected the liberty and freedom of the United States and those we call allies. A non-profit formed in the spring of 2015, this organization was the vision of Ken Carter, from US Air Force, and Steven Bosma and Bob Semple, both in the Army during the Korean War. Though formed a little more than a year ago, it’s already 115 members strong and with every branch of the military represented....   [tags: World War II, Korean War, Cold War, Veteran]

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All Shall Love Me And Despair

- Jean Thompson’s short story, All Shall Love Me and Despair shows that proves that the feeling of love makes people compromise even if it can be harmful to themselves. When one finds them self constantly questioning every action they do when around a specific person, they may want to reconsider their relationship with that person. I believe this because one should be able to be comfortable, and them self, especially around those that they love. Annie and Scout are a couple who loves each other, but Annie second guesses most of her actions around Scout....   [tags: Love, Emotion, Romance, Lust]

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The Suffering Of The Present Time

- [18] I consider that the suffering of the present time are not worth comparing with the glory about to be revealed to us. This is both a statement of consolation and encouragement in face of the present reality faced by Christians in Rome. The suffering of the present time represents a moment of eschatological time anticipated in the present comparing with the glory about to be revealed. As C.K. Barrett writes, “Paul now goes on to describe the interim period, showing how Christians should take courage both from the prospect of glory and from the assistance already given by the Holy Spirit.” Accordingly, the cost of present suffering is less than the glory that is to be experienced in the f...   [tags: Christianity, Jesus, Time, Future]

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William Faulkner is a Giant

- “The man himself never stood taller than five feet, six inches tall, but in the realm of American literature, William Faulkner is a giant.”(Padgett, He was a Nobel Prize- winning novelist and a short story writer. Faulkner was acclaimed as one of the twentieth century’s greatest writers. From The Sound and the Fury in 1929 to Go Down, Moses in 1942, was considered his greatest artistic achievement and accomplished more artistically then most artists in their lifetime of writing. (Padgett, William Cuthbert Falkner (as his named was then spelled) was born in New Albany, Mississippi on September 25, 1897....   [tags: Biography]

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The Risks of Cosmetic Surgery

- Shortly after the horrific death of Donda West, son Kanye West appeared on the Dr. Phil show to discuss the risks of getting plastic surgery. Donda died the following day after a tummy tuck and breast reduction surgery. Her plastic surgeon, Dr. Jan Adams is to blame. In another case, young Lori also went under the knife of Dr. Jan Adams and also appeared on the Dr. Phil show after a frantic experience. In Lori’s case, she wanted to fix one implanted breast because it was unusually saggier than her other breast....   [tags: Plastic Surgery]

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How to Prevent Recurring Dreams

- ... With this in mind, the specifics of the dreams are recorded as much as possible and categorized according to similar symbols and patterns. Finally, this journal can be examined and consequently, symbols and patterns of the recurring dreams are analyzed. It means that every time those dreams occur again, the dreamer can consult this journal. Accordingly, recurring dreams will be considered more objectively. The next stage to deal with recurring dreams is to train self-discipline(Steinbock, 2010)....   [tags: nightmares, journal, self-discipline, control]

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Life Changing Impacts Of Cloning

- When most people think of cloning they think of an abundant army of soldiers in all white uniforms or a sheep with a very short life. These however, do not capture the true ability of cloning potential. The United States government should provide more funding for cloning research because of the marvelous potential cloning can have for people with genetic diseases, spinal cord injuries, infertility, and organ failure. In this essay I will talk about the life changing impacts cloning can have on people’s lives....   [tags: Cloning, Human cloning, Organ transplant]

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Gender Violence And Sexual Violence

- Gender violence bears many names depending on the context in which it happens. In the home or any place we call home, gender violence is called domestic violence, intimate partner violence or spousal abuse. It involves relationship violence, which may include stalking, sexual harassment, rape, sexual assault, prostitution and sex trafficking. The majority of the cases on gender violence are dominantly defined by male aggressors. Countless individuals are unwilling to discuss issues relating to gender violence due to the negative stigmas, unfortunately a sundry of individual suffer in silence....   [tags: Domestic violence, Violence, Child abuse, Abuse]

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Top Causes Of Manager Failure

- Top Causes of Manager Failure For every company, Managers form the backbone. They have an important role to play and it is important that they have to be very efficient in getting their subordinates to finish the tasks, in order for the company to be successful. It is a good exercise to evaluate the managers in order to know and assess their strengths and weaknesses. I have worked with two managers in my career so far and it was a different experience working with each one of them. Working with the first manager Mr....   [tags: Management, Communication, The Saturdays]

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The Time Of Time Travel

- We Like It, We Love It, We Want Some More of It: The Allure of Time Travel Time travel has been a growing theme in literature and film since the Father of Science Fiction, H.G. Wells, introduced the idea in his 1895 novel, The Time Machine. Since the novels release, writers and movie producers have drawn from Well’s imaginative ideas and expanded it to unexpected hype. Time travel has evolved over time from a dream into something that many believe is possible. The hundreds of successful movies and novels using time travel have caused me to ask the question, what is it about time travel that is so appealing....   [tags: Time travel, Time, H. G. Wells, The Time Machine]

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The Jungle By Upton Sinclair

- During the industrial revolution in the United States, many immigrants from different countries and backgrounds flocked to the big cities of New York, Chicago, and even Pittsburgh. Many of these immigrants, who were mostly of Irish, Lithuanian, or Italian decent, had immigrated in hopes of finding the American Dream. When they arrived in the United States, however, they were greeted with something they never would have even guessed. The workplace was extremely filthy, very dangerous, and the immigrants barely made enough money to live....   [tags: Industrial Revolution, Factory, Cotton mill]

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The Concept Of Virtue Ethics

- Engineers, per the Merriam-Webster dictionary, are “persons who design, build, or maintain engines, machines, or public works.” Despite the literacy of the definition, engineers are humans by nature, and humans, are the key ingredient to humanity. Humanity is a word derived from the Latin word ‘humanitas’, which stands for human nature and kindness. Therefore, an engineer is not solely accountable for the ability to design and build, but rather, an engineer has the obligation to his/her own moral compass in the greater purpose of attributing to humanity....   [tags: Virtue, Ethics, Virtue ethics, Prudence]

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Philmont Trek

- Wiping the sweat from my brow I called a halt to the crew. Phil and I dumped our packs and found a comfy boulder to rest on. I looked back to where the last guys were coming from back down the trail. They had stopped talking a while back and marched slowly along the dirt trail. Phil produced an energy-bar he’d saved from breakfast and began to munch on it as I drained another water bottle. After the refreshing drink I laid back against the rock and stared up at the pine trees. But a moment later, hearing grumble about sore legs, I sat up, grinning, “By the map we only have another couple hours.” After one look Phil recognized the sarcasm and followed suit, “Is that all....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Discrimination in Employment

- Discrimination in Employment Equal Pay Act passed in 1970. This implemented the European principle of Equal pay contained in Treaty of Rome Article 119 (now 141) and sets out a broad definition of pay. Although the EPA is limited in application in that the comparison is between a man and a woman presently employed by the same employer, Article 119 of the Treaty of Rome which requires 'equal pay for identical work' between the sexes confers a similar right to every worker in the Common Market....   [tags: Papers]

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Different Views on Cloning

- When people think of the word cloning they think of evil scientist in a dark laboratory’s full of dangerous and scary instruments of science for conducting experiments, when actually the word clone means, “a cell, cell product, or organism that is genetically identical to the unit or individual from which it was derived (” In the past 50 years the science community has made many discoveries such as the cures for different life threatening diseases, different techniques of approaching different types of cancer, and different uses for the practice of cloning....   [tags: Cloning]

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Nike’s “My body” Campaign

- Real Beautiful Woman “If you have a body, you are an athlete,” said Bill Bowerman. ( In the world of advertising, the mass media provides images of the right men and attractive women and attempts hereby to impose the ideal image in the minds of society. By showing Nike’s strategy involving transforming traditional patriarchal images and stories into images of female authority that are socially acceptable to its intended consumers. These pictures of Nike’s “My body” campaign in 1995 looks into what a real women is through intertextual and picture analysis to get a look into the woman's deep emotions about body image and make that beautiful, confident, and high esteemed Nike woman a d...   [tags: Health & Beauty]

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Investigation of Scriptural References

- Investigation of Scriptural References We find one hundred and ninety times the Hebrew verb rûm, “to be high, or to be exalted” in the Old Testament. Basically rûm represents either the “state of being on a higher plane,” or the “movement in an upward direction.” The second emphasis represents what is done to the subject or what it does to itself. Like the stormy wind that lifts up the waves of the sea (Ps. 27:5). God is the Most High, the great king over all the earth and exalted far above all gods (Pss....   [tags: Religion Bible]

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Free will vs. Determinism

- Free will vs. determinism is an argument as complex, intertwined, and co-dependent as nature vs. nurture or the age-old question of whether it was the chicken or the egg that came first. Philosophers have contemplated the question for ages, and arrived at no satisfactory answer. While considering which topic to address for this assignment, I posed the question of free will vs. determinism to a philosopher friend, whose response was “I don’t care.” He feels that the question is not worth asking because it will not impact our actions anyway....   [tags: Socrates, Thinking]

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Nike: Moving Beyond Sweatshops

- Nike Inc takes pride in being an ethical company. Nike places their responsibility to their stakeholders, internal and external, at the top of their priority list. They expend great of time, money, and resources to ensure that they are fulfilling their ethical duty, and achieving the highest standards of ethical responsibility. Because of Nike’s efforts to maintain their ethical integrity, Nike is a good corporate citizen. Nike’s motto says that Nike Inc was founded on a handshake. Their goal from the beginning was to build business with their partners based on trust, teamwork, honestly, and mutual respect....   [tags: Nike's Labor Practices]

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Nike's Brand Development Efforts

- ... At the time it was created by university student Caroline Davidson who just charged $35 for her design. Recently Andy Payne, the logo expert and creative director of Interbrand said: "This is one of my favourite logos. It's one of the only logos without words accompanying it. Over time it has gained equity and confidence to set itself free from the word Nike and that is a very brave step for a brand to take. Again it is a logo that can be seen in any colour and you still recognise it as Nike." ( This comment illustrates the fact and importance of how important is to get the l...   [tags: marketing strategies]

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Nike, Inc. in Perspective

- Introduction: In order to understand Nike’s success one needs a brief history of the company. Two entrepreneur spirited men, Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight, established Nike, Inc. They met in 1950, where Bowerman was a track and field coach for the University of Oregon, and continually sought ways to “give his athletes a more competitive advantage.” There he met Knight while he attended the University of Oregon. Knight however obtained an MBA in finance later at Stanford. Knight persuaded the Onitsuka Co....   [tags: business and historic analysis]

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My Neighbors, The Johnsons

- Everyone has stressor(s) that they’ve experienced, whether it is recent or from the past. For this assignment I decided to interview my neighbors, the Johnsons. They graciously opened up about their lives and family matters. However, Johnsons are their pseudo-names due to confidentiality. The Johnsons consists of three siblings; Terry, Dana and Vern, and their parents Lilly and Arnold Johnson. The Johnsons are from Charleston, South Carolina. But moved to Richmond, Virginia forty years ago. They are a Christian, middle class African American family....   [tags: Family, Grandparent, Marriage, An American Family]

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Dr. Flint 's Life

- Linda becomes pregnant again with Mr. Sands child, this threw Dr. Flint over the edge he cut all her hair and insulted her every day saying he would make her suffer till her last day for this “crime” against him. She gave birth to a daughter named Ellen. She know what’s in store for slave girls. Dr. Flint notice who the father was by looking at the baby girl he was so angry she fainted. She made several attempts in having her and her children bought but the Doctor would not budge. Dr. Flint had an obsession with Linda and offered for her and her kids to live in the cottage he built and all she and to do is sew for his family and she could live there and be “free” she refused and was sent to...   [tags: Slavery in the United States, Slavery]

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The Conventions of the Soap Opera Genre with Reference to at Least Two Programmes

- The Conventions of the Soap Opera Genre with Reference to at Least Two Programmes The soap opera genre originated in America in the 1930s as a radio programme. It was targeted at housewives who tuned in while doing their household chores. Soaps included many domestic issues to keep the audience interested. The name “soaps” came from advertising slots between programmes. As the soaps were aimed at housewives, the adverts mainly consisted of products of a domestic nature. “Coronation Street” was Britain’s second soap, following “The Groves”....   [tags: Papers]

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Performance and Permanence in Sixties Literature

- Performance and Permanence in Sixties Literature         What is art. Any generation of artists defines itself by the way it answers this question. The artists of the 1960s found their answer in the idea of art as experience. Art was not something that happened; it was something that happened around you, with you, to you. In the moment of creation, and in that moment alone, there was art. For artists of the Sixties, art was vibrant and alive, and thus to say a product was finished was simply to say it was dead....   [tags: Sixties 60]

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The Politics of Obesity in America

- Although the "sizism" movement may have surfaced from the personal problem of an outspoken person, this movement is a political issue that needs to be addressed accordingly. Obesity is not only attributed to physiological but environmental factors as well. Americans are larger than they were 40 years ago (i.e. weigh more, are fatter, and less fit). "Approximately 55% of American adults are overweight" (Fattening 1). Many Americans resolve to lose weight, through do-it-yourself, non-clinical, or clinical means, yet there is no method that offers long-term weight loss....   [tags: Papers]

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Persuasive Articles on Gun Control

- Persuasive Articles on Gun Control Persuading an audience can be done in several different fashions, one of which is Hugh Rank’s Model of Persuasion. Rank’s model states that two major strategies are used to achieve the particular goal of persuasion. These strategies are nicely set into two main schemas; the first method is to exaggerate an aspect of something, known as “intensify.” While the second is to discredit it, which is referred to as “downplay.” Al Franken, Jeffrey Snyder, Harlan Ellison, and George Will, have all written persuasive articles about gun control....   [tags: Persuasion Argumentative Gun Control Essays]

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Graduation Speech: Life's Defining Moments

- I was watching a re-run of the "Dr. Phil" show the other day, and he was offering advice to someone who had an anger problem. Dr. Phil asked him to recall the top 10 defining moments in his life, which is where the secret to his anger problem was supposed to lie. So, I began thinking about what are the top ten defining moments in my life. The birth of my daughter was the first thing that came to my mind. She made me a mother, along with a 24-hour worrier and an insomniac. As I began to dwell more on the topic I realized that going to college has not only been one of my defining moments, it has made me who I am....   [tags: Graduation Speech, Commencement Address]

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Total Synthesis of CP Compounds

- Total Synthesis of CP Compounds Man's fascination with the many uses that can be found with the exploitation of natural substances has been demonstrated time and again throughout history, but the stage was set at the turn of the century for organic chemists to begin to focus on utilizing natural compounds for the benefit of medicinal and industrial uses. The discoveries of penicillin, aspirin, and other naturally occurring useful compounds in the earlier parts of the century set the stage for the utilization and exploitation of biologically active compounds as a molecular science....   [tags: Papers]

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Nike Financial Statement Analysis

- Nike Financial Statement Analysis INTRODUCTION In this research, I will analyse the financial statement of this company and some others part of this firm which help us to better understand how it works. I will explain what is its strengths and weaknesses and also who is its direct concurrences. In addition, I will describe the firm and its management. I will explain where this company come from and how this brand became so famous across the world in a short period of time. Firstly, Nike is an American company specialized in sportswear such as shoes or clothes, but also in all sports equipments....   [tags: Business Finance Accounting]

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My Life Is Green

- My Life is Green It’s not what people want to hear. The subject is illegal, and expressing interest in it makes you look crazy in some people’s eyes. In high school you can’t write a paper about smoking pot or doing drugs without the possibility that the teacher will turn you in or send you to a counselor. Talk about it to the wrong people and you can set yourself up for some trouble. There’s plenty of people that do smoke or have smoked in the past, probably more than most people realize. Society has the wrong opinion on most drug users; the fact is that people can go to jail longer for marijuana possession than child predators do....   [tags: pot weed marijuana legalization]

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Ibanez Guitars

- Ibanez is one of the most well-known guitar companies in the world. The Hoshino Company began as a sheet music store and later evolved into a music product company out of Nagoya, Japan (Ibanez). The company Hoshino started to distribute a Spanish guitar named Ibanez. About forty years after that the company opened up and bought a store in Philadelphia, which is now their headquarters. These guitars were made famous by the lead guitarist of KISS. The first production guitars are still out there, and are a very big and highly valuable collection item....   [tags: Business Analysis ]

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Learning Forgiveness

- Learning Forgiveness When I opened my yearbook, I began to reminisce about my half year of high school in China. As I flipped through the pages of the yearbook, a picture of an old man with a benevolent smile caught my eyes. Daydreaming about the incident, my eyesight became hazy, and I felt my hands becoming swollen, which always refreshes my memory of his profound words. His name is Mr. Zang, my high school teacher in China. A very thin and tall man, Mr. Zang is very caring and always tries to understand the students' concerns and finds joy in having conversations with them....   [tags: Personal Narrative Essay Example]

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Author Amy Tan

- One’s ability to craft their own identity often starts out with determining their inner set of ideologies and values. New York Times bestselling author, Amy Tan, is one of many great examples who was able to mirror her own values into her bestselling novel, The Kitchen God’s Wife. Known for incorporating mother-daughter relationships into her stories, Tan uses her novel to allow readers an inside look into her personal set of beliefs and values. The story follows a Chinese immigrant living in America, Winnie, who tries to reconnect with her “Americanized” daughter by reciting her story of the struggles she faced while living in Shanghai....   [tags: New York Times Bestseller, The Kitchen God's Wife]

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Psychological Egoism (Philosophy Paper)

- Psychological Egoism (Philosophy Paper) Psychological egoism is the view that people are always selfish. When was the last time you did a good deed. Did you do it for its own sake, or for your own. The egoist says that all of us are necessarily self-regarding. I shall argue that this view is incorrect. First we should ask, what kind of claim is this. Is it an a priori claim, or a generalization from experience. If it were the latter, we could never conclusively prove it: we could never show that necessarily all actions are selfish....   [tags: miscellaneous]

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Women and Styles Before and During World War I: The Gibson Girls

- Before World War I woman were referred to as Gibson Girls. Gibson girls were the exact opposite of the woman in the 1920. Gibson Girls would wear their hair long and lose. They wore long skirts and high collars and did not date (Jennifer Rosenberg, p.1). Gibson girls were thought of as the ideal woman but after World War I times changed. Woman were tired of waiting for their men to return home and they wanted to live their lives to the fullest. Women now followed the trends of the flappers who were the “ It Girls” of the twenties....   [tags: long hair, the charleston]

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The Hitman Study: The Correlation of Violent Video Games and Aggression

- In 2005, the American Psychological Association suggested that the correlation between violent video games and aggression is stronger than the correlation with television. Some notable scholars have question this correlation, and wondered if it was infact true. This debate came up again after the Virginia Tech Shootings, when Philip McGraw, commonly known as Dr. Phil, and Jack Thompson blamed it on the violent video games. In 2007, the Virginia Tech Review Panel discovered that Seung-Hui Cho, the shooter, did not play video games at all....   [tags: theories, learning, social, exposure]

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Alex Ferguson Shares His Life Story in The Ferguson Life Story

- Sir Alex Ferguson was the most important man in football for the past 25 years. In result of all his qualifications through the years, Sir Alex began to gather his thoughts for his own book. Given the measure of his achievements, and the brilliance of the football teams he created over 27 years at Old Trafford, Alex put together a 402-page continuation of the Ferguson life story. He shares his achievements, significant moments and thoughts for the first time in his life. Not only is it incredible to hear about Ferguson’s life but also to hear it from the man himself....   [tags: football, manager, club]

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History of African Americans in the U.S.

- History shows that slavery consisted of African Americans being treated inferior to whites. Slaves were mostly African Americans and even though today slavery is over people still look at blacks as less important than whites. Slavery has impacted our society today because people are still prejudice and discriminatory towards African Americans, they are still living in poverty and don’t have proper education and they don’t have an equal opportunity for jobs. Still today African Americans continue to lag behind whites....   [tags: Race]

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Book Review of Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight"

- The first book in the Twilight saga as said by the author in the Amazon interview is about finding true love and is conveniently entitled Twilight. Stephenie Meyer was partial to calling it Forks, the name of the little town Bella goes to live. Her name was chosen because Stephenie Meyer would have named her daughter that if she had one. It fit so nicely with Edward. Bella's full name is Isabella Swan. Isabella goes to live in Forks, a little town that really does exist on the map on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State....   [tags: Twilight, Stephenie Meyer,]

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John Boehner ( R Oh )

- John Boehner (R-OH), who has served as the Speaker of the House of Representatives since 2011, and as a member of the House since 1985, announced on Friday that he would be stepping down from his position as Speaker, and Congressman. This signifies a changing of the guard in Republican Party leadership. It also represents an upcoming change in the line of Presidential succession, as the Speaker is next in-line after the Vice President. The Speaker is the most powerful member of the legislative branch, and is the “presiding officer” of that branch....   [tags: President of the United States, Republican Party]

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Relation Between Globalization and Branding

- Globalization is about all those things that affect the reach and influence of firms, as well as governments, as they expand their horizons internationally. Firms have changed the way they participate in trade and the global economy. In rest of the world, market opportunities contrast with the slow growth of mature markets in Europe and the U.S. This has encouraged firms in the food production and distribution industries, from Deere & Co. and Du Pont/Pioneer to McDonald's and Wal-Mart, to emphasize global expansion strategies....   [tags: globalization, branding, brand]

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Kevin Rayburs Run

- 1968, Six o'clock in the morningThe Olympic village was quiet in its lazy sleep, but Kevin Reybur was already awake, and ready to run. The easy 8-mile morning workout was only a part of the blonde-haired phenomenon's training schedule. Later in the afternoon he would suffer through fifteen miles of pace-work and intervals on the golf cart paths and quiet streets of the peaceful suburbs of Mexico City.Despite his short legs and strong upper body -unusual characteristics for a distance runner- Kevin was really a man born to run....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Grateful Dead

- Throughout history there have been many musical "influences". One extremely important influence to modern music is The Grateful Dead. The group was formed in 1965 by bluegrass - enthusiast Jerry Garcia on guitar and vocals, Ron "Pigpen" McKernan on vocals and organ, Bob Weir on guitar and vocals, classical music student Phil Lesh on bass and vocals, and Bill Kreutzmann on drums. From the beginning, they brought together a variety of influences, from Garcia's country background to Pigpen's feeling for blues (his father was an R&B radio DJ) and Lesh's education in contemporary serious" music....   [tags: essays research papers]

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In chapter 5 a lot of different ideas come out about the beast.

- In chapter 5 a lot of different ideas come out about the beast. Lord of the Flies In the lord of the flies there where a lot of things happening on the island but one thing that was mentioned through out the story was the beast, there where a lot of different sightings and mentioning of it. The firs time the beast is mentioned is in chapter 2 when a younger child asks Ralph what he is going to do about the beast, he asks Ralph through piggy as the child is to scared to say it in front of everybody....   [tags: English Literature]

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The Struggle of Dreams Displayed in the Film Field of Dreams

- The Struggle of Dreams Displayed in the Film Field of Dreams Chasing a dream is an adventure worth taking a risk. Achieving them is just the very beginning to one's happiness. Childhood is spent mostly daydreaming about the future, however, the question is asked, "Will these dreams come true?" To pursue dreams, one requires hope, patience, and effort if they are to be fulfilled. Bette Davis once said, "To fulfill a dream, to allow to sweat over lonely labor, to be given a chance to create, is the meat and potatoes of life....   [tags: Papers]

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A Critical Analysis of Michael Jordan and the New Global Capitalism

- A Critical Analysis of Michael Jordan and the New Global Capitalism In the history of business, there has been a clear record of industry heads finding something or someone as a mainstay and bedrock for their respective companies or corporations; there is often a chief product that keeps many businesses afloat, even in the rough times. Apple found it's own in 2001 with the iPod. McDonald's has had the Big Mac since the late 1960s. Nike, however, found their goldmine in a person with Michael Jordan....   [tags: Michael Jordan Capitalism]

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Dykes Organize: The Founding of the Lesbian Avengers

- Dykes Organize: The Founding of the Lesbian Avengers The Stonewall riots opened the doors to the rise and fall of numerous different homosexual actions groups. The differences in the groups were like night and day and the theories behind them changed with the times. In the 1990’s a group made its debut by coming out strong and forceful. Their handbook stated, “We need you. Because we are not waiting for the rapture. We are the apocalypse.” This became part of a dyke manifesto. A manifesto that changed lesbian views, a manifesto that brought with it a ‘fierce lesbian movement’, it brought confrontation to lesbian politics....   [tags: Essays Paper]

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The United States' Tax System and Flat Tax

- The United States' Tax System and Flat Tax The United States tax system is in complete disarray. Republicans and Democrats agree that the current tax code is complex, unfair, and costly. The income tax system is so complex; the IRS publishes 480 tax forms and 280 forms to explain the 480 forms (Armey 1). The main reason the tax system is so complex is because of the special preferences such as deductions and tax credits. Complexity in the current tax system forces Americans to spend 5.4 billion hours complying with the tax code, which is more time than it takes to manufacture every car, truck and van produced in the United States (Armey 1)....   [tags: Papers]

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