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High Speed Pursuit : Chase Or Not At Chase?

- High Speed Pursuit: To Chase or Not to Chase. Since the origin of crime, criminals have attempted to evade justice. This is evident when criminals tamper with evidence, take hostages, and attempt to flee the scene. With the introduction of the automobile, fleeing the crime scene has become dramatically simpler. As technology increases, these automobiles are safer, handle better, and go faster than ever before. The police therefore are forced into pursuit with their own automobiles, endangering the lives of officers and civilians....   [tags: Police, Crime, Automobile, Car chase]

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Letter Of The Letter From Chevy Chase Bank

- say it’s over I’m saying it because I need the closure. Thank you for the heartaches and pain enjoy what you are doing out there with your women if you can good-bye Melvin. Allen went to work early the next morning. Time for court was rolling around fast while I was waiting for Ms. Everson to pick me up. The mail came early there was a letter from Chevy Chase Bank garnishing money from my bank account. They had taken control of my account removed what they wanted and left me with 33 cents to my name....   [tags: Public transport, Bus stop, Bus, Chevy Chase]

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Samuel Chase

- Samuel Chase 1743-1811 In the year 1786, at the pressing invitation of his friend, Colonel Howard, he removed from Annapolis to Baltimore. By this gentleman, he was generously presented with a square of ten lots of land, upon a spot in which he erected a house, in which he lived until his death. On his removal from Annapolis, the corporation of that city tendered to him the expressions of their respect, in the following address: "Sir, the mayor, aldermen, and common councilmen of the city of Annapolis, impressed with a due sense of the services rendered to this corporation by you, in the capacity of recorder thereof, do take this occasion to assure you of their entire approbation...   [tags: Judge Biography Chase]

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Barbara Chase-Riboud's Hottentot Venus

- For this book report, I choose the book written by Barbara Chase-Riboud called Hottentot Venus. This book is about a real female from the KhoeKhoe nation and her tragic life. This Young Khoisan, Ssehura, is an orphan in South Africa around the 1700s. After becoming a slave by a Dutch Afrikaner, her name changed to Saartjie (means Little Sarah in Dutch.) As the story goes on, it explains more of Saartjie’s culture, which includes the grooming to be more desirable for marriage. In Khoisan’s culture, female massage their buttocks with special ointment so they will swell, and their genitalia are also stretched....   [tags: Hottentot Venus Barbara Chase Riboud]

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The Chase

- Leaving the jewelry store at a rather accelerated pace, a common, plain- clothed man with a parcel tucked under his arm jumped into his white, slightly dirtied Ford Bronco. He then hurriedly concealed the package under the front passenger seat making certain to prevent it from being seen from people passing by. He then tore out of the parking lot attempting to avoid drawing attention to himself or his accompanying bundle. He knew it would only be a matter of minutes before the police would be on his trail and he couldn't have them catching him so he would have to make certain he covered all his tracks and make it as difficult as he could for his pursuants as he could....   [tags: Creative Writing Essays]

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Chase Jarvis : A Modern Photographer

- Chase Jarvis is a famous modern photographer born in Seattle, Washington. His parents had no ties to photography, one being a Police officer and the other working in a biotech company. Chase had no early intentions of being a photographer. He got his degree in Physiology at the San Diego State University. He was admitted to the University under a soccer scholarship. Chase was one week away from graduation when his Grandfather passed away and left him all his photography gear, and when he took a trip to Europe his love for photography took off (“Biography”) ....   [tags: Photography, Camera, Image, Hasselblad]

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Biography of Richard Trenton Chase

- I. Biography Richard Trenton Chase, who would later be known as The Sacramento Vampire, was born on May 23, 1950 in Sacramento, California . As a child he was known to set fires and torture animals, his parents were constantly arguing until they divorced, there are also people who claim that he allegedly was abused by his mother as a child. As he grew into adolescence he began to heavily abuse alcohol and drugs, from which he is said to have developed Hypochondria. In high school he received grades of C's, D's, and F's, and he didn't have any lasting relationships....   [tags: Serial Killer, Blood Drinking]

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Richard Chase: The Vampire of Sacramento

- In this world, there are bad people, and there are evil people, and then there's serial killers. The Vampire of Sacramento, aka Richard Chase was one of the most terrifying, and brutal serial killer that has ever walked the face of this planet. His demonic killing was not done out of hatred, but out of fear. He feared for his life every time he slaughtered one of his victims. His schizophrenic mind convinced him that the Natzis were actualy posining Richard, and in order for him to live, he must drink the blood of the victims and eat the remains....   [tags: notorious serial killers]

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JP Morgan Chase & Co

- JPMC, also known as JP Morgan Chase & Co., is one of the oldest financial institutions. JPMorgan Chase & Co. is the name of the holding company and the firm serves its customers and clients under its Chase and J.P. Morgan brands. Global Influence: JPMC has a history of over 200 years, operates in more than 60 countries. It has its corporate headquarters in New York City, which is currently a leading global financial services firm serving millions of consumers, small businesses and many of the world's most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients....   [tags: JPMC]

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Fraud in JPMorgan Chase

- JPMorgan Chase is one of the oldest financial functioning financial institutions in America today, dating back to over 200 years ago. JPMorgan Chase is currently the largest bank in the United States with estimated total assets being equal to $2.5 trillion. They have branches in over 60 countries and employ upwards of 260,000 employees. The company was founded in 2000, when Chase Manhattan Corporation and J.P. Morgan & Co. merged together. However the Chase Manhattan Corporation was formed in 1995 when the Bank of Manhattan Company bought out the Chase National Bank....   [tags: finances, laundering, criminal]

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JPMorgan Chase and Company

- JPMorgan Chase and Company JPMorgan Chase and Company was set up in 1968 as a corporation by Delaware law. It is the leader in financial transaction processing and asset management, financial services for consumers and businesses, and also investment banking. This company is the servant to millions of customers in over 70 countries. The principle bank branches include JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association and Chase Bank USA, NA. JPMorgan Chase's principal non-bank branch is J.P. Morgan Securities, Inc....   [tags: banking, financial transaction processing]

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JP Morgan Chase Bank

- Introduction The banking industry is under pressure in today’s business climate. Banks have been through big changes. There is opportunity, but there is also increasing competition. To be the preferred bank means changing “good enough” into a unique value proposition. And that means changing the way people have always done things, change on this level requires cutting edge technology. Change cannot be achieved with a simple directive or surface adjustment especially within the banking industry....   [tags: banking industry, business analysis]

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The Social Cyber Chase

- Killing Us Softly (The Social Cyber chase) The twenty first century is the age of the “Internet” which guarantees people information at the touch of their fingertips. Intelligence of any subject can be acquired- personal or private- in a matter of seconds. This method of public privacy is practiced by numerous social networking websites, which hold personal data of its users. Facebook and Twitter have promised to engulf people with their warmth, keeping them interacted with friends, updated with trends, and connected with society....   [tags: intelligence, internet, social network]

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Richard Trenton Chase

- “You’re impossibly fast and strong. Your skin is pale whit and ice cold. Your eyes change color and sometimes you speak like -- like you’re from a different time. You never eat or drink anything. You don’t go out in the sunlight…” (Bella, from the movie Twilight) At that point in the movie Twilight, Bella is putting pieces together that Edward Cullen is a vampire, but can vampires actually be real in real life. All that is really needed to be considered a vampire is by the want and urge to drink human blood....   [tags: The Dracula Killer]

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Movie Analysis : ' Mind For Our Chase '

- Working on this project with my group, which included me, Lauren, Madison, and Miguel, was interesting. Being someone who would want to get the work done while still deliver acceptable results, I have to say that we were mostly on top of this particular project, and that our results at least provided a serviceable short film, which is better than I expected despite that we almost worked on this last minute. It started off slow at first, as some scheduling issues prevented us to meet-up regarding where to go with our project’s story and so forth until March 29th—exactly a week before this project’s deadline....   [tags: Film, Actor, Jason Robards, American film actors]

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Analysis Of The Book ' A Wild Sheep Chase '

- The Asian literature is quite different in terms of character admiration than that of previous reviewed section. It is apparent that the characters did not suffer near as much quite as much tragedy as that of other cultures, but yet still generate thair own respect in terms of admiration. While still having to rise above the rest ,these characters seem to have to deal with less in the first place. Two prime examples of this are Policeman 663 in ChungKing Express and Rat in the book A Wild Sheep Chase....   [tags: Character, Protagonist, The Sopranos]

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Whalen v. J.P. Morgan Chase

- Introduction Human Resources (HR) is responsible for monitoring employee job classifications. The framework of the job description and job analysis ensures a company is compliant and compensates employees fairly. Companies have two options for determining how to categorize their workers, based on the Fair Standards Labor Act (FSLA); employers must recognize an employee job classification as an exempt employee or non-exempt employee. The guidelines suggest the nature of the work performed by the employee determines which classification a company selects....   [tags: Overtime Pay Court Case]

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Analysis of the Mission and Vision Statements of JPMorgan Chase

- Introduction This paper will analyze the mission and vision statements of JPMorgan Chase & Co against the performance of the organization. An evaluation of how well the company lives out its mission and vision statement will be provided. The organization’s strategic goals link to the company’s mission and vision will be assessed. An analysis of the company’s financial performance to determine the link between the company’s strategic goals, strategy, and its financial performance. A competitive and marketing analysis of JPMorgan Chase & Co will be conducted to determine its strengths and opportunities....   [tags: Mission Statements Analysis]

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Urban Legend of the The Monster's Chase

- The Monster's Chase Background and Story It was late on a weekday night a couple of weeks ago when I was unexpectedly told an urban legend by a friend of mine in my dorm. I brought up a report I had to prepare about a local urban legend and my desire to find someone who knew a tale of the “Goatman,” a famous figure in folklore. My friend immediately recounted to me a story about a hairy monster that sounded rather similar. He had been told the story by a member of his group one night at a youth hostel in Japan during an organized trip....   [tags: Urban Legends]

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Dissociative Identity Disorder : The Soldiers For Truddi Chase

- When Rabbit Howls, during the time of its publication, provided the first personal detail of a person with multiple personalities, known today as Dissociative Identity Disorder. In order to cope with the severe trauma caused by sexual abuse from her stepfather, Truddi Chase develops ninety-two personalities. These ninety-two voices refer to themselves as the Troops. Ninety-two voices live within her, most of them hidden from the shell of the woman, born in order to act as an empty shell for these voices, empty of almost all memories....   [tags: Personality psychology]

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Men of Comedy: Adam Sandler and Chevy Chase

- Throughout the history of comedy, many actors and actresses have come and gone and left behind their hilarious movies and stand-up shows. Adam Sandler and Chevy Chase are good examples of how comedy has helped shape the face of acting. Comedy is very important in today’s society, with famous actors and blockbuster hits. Comedy is fun for the whole family, and it is the most watched form of movie out there. Most people find enjoyment out of a good laugh with their friends and family. It is a form of entertainment that has been around for a very long time, and I don’t see it going away anytime soon....   [tags: Saturday Night Live, actors]

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White Collar Crime at JP Morgan Chase

- Corporate crime has become increasingly common over the past couple of decades. It seems that every big corporation today has some type of dark side. With the constant trials against corporate officials it seems that many high profile companies can no longer be trusted. We can no longer look at our banks the same either; JPMorgan Chase in the recent two years can be added to corporate crime list. They have committed crimes against its costumers and the government by rigging their bids for investments for years, improper home insurance rates, and overcharging military veterns....   [tags: Business Ethics]

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The Strategy of 'Proxy War' According to Christopher Chase-Dunn

- With the advances of modern military technology and more specifically, nuclear weaponry, in the past half-century, war between great powers has seemingly become a relic of the past. The prospect of mutually assured destruction has radically transformed military and diplomatic strategy since the end of the Second World War. Rather than direct confrontation between great powers these states now elect for more indirect means at challenging their opponents. One manifestation of these changes has been the emerging importance of proxy wars as a means to confront and challenge powerful states without directly provoking them....   [tags: nuclear weaponry, military strategy]

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Margaret Chase Smith’s “Declaration of Conscience”

- In the “Declaration of Conscience,” Margaret Chase Smith addresses the American public and the United States Senate during a time of political unrest. Communist accusations and a “national feeling of fear” has brought upon this speech. Even with an upcoming election, the Republican Party decides a freshman woman senator would speak to the public, an uncommon practice at the time . In this paper, I will argue that Margaret Chase Smith’s “Declaration of Conscience” proves her credibility as a woman politician....   [tags: Political Science]

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Analysis of Manhunt: The 12-Day Chase for Lincoln´s Killer

- Manhunt: The 12-Day Chase for Lincoln’s Killer is a captivating novel that depicted the horrific assassination of Abraham Lincoln. James L. Swanson wrote this gripping tale and is an attorney and Lincoln scholar as well as the Edgar award-winning author of works such as Lincoln’s Assassins: Their trial and Execution, and Bloody Crimes: The Chase for Jefferson Davis and the death pageant for Lincoln’s corpse. Manhunt is a bestselling book that offered the reader insight to what motivated Booth to murder the president as well as the hunt for his murderer, John Wilkes Booth....   [tags: theater, booth, lincoln]

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The Great Tuna Boat Chase and Massacre case

- The Great Tuna Boat Chase and Massacre Case has Ecuador claiming that the United States is in violation of its 200-mile territorial sea. From it’s inception, Ecuador had accepted the customary three mile limit as the demarcation of its territorial waters. However, after 130 years, Juan Valdez achieved power in 1952. Under his regime, he proclaimed that the three mile boundary was never meant to be considered a fixed and unalterable boundary, and that historical practices as well as the natural features of the area justified a 200-mile territorial sea....   [tags: Conflict, Territorial Waters, Ecuador]

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The Chase

- She ran as fast as she could across the sandy beach towards the light on the hill. She thought about screaming for help but she knew no one would hear her above the sound of the waves. She had been running for more than ten minutes from an unseen assailant. She only heard a sound. The sound seemed to follow her just as fast as she ran. She knew that safety would come from the light. Who was chasing her. What did they want from her. The light was now less than a mile away but she would have to push harder and harder as the path led up the hill....   [tags: Creative Writing Essays]

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Happy Birthday Chase

- Happy Birthday Chase Life moves by quickly, but from the start of life to the end there are a special days where you celebrate the day of your birth. There are also particular birthdays that you show more special interest to than others. Some of which being, when you finally become a teenager, turning sixteen so you're finally able to drive, turning eighteen signifies you as an adult, turning twenty-one means you can buy alcohol, and if you're lucky enough turning a hundred means you've lived to be just plain old....   [tags: Descriptive Personal Narrative Birthday]

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Analysis of the Chase Scene in Blade Runner

- The chase scene is a key part of the film as it influences the viewer's overall opinion of the main character, "Roy". Throughout the film "Roy" is interpreted as the "villain" and "Deckard" seen as the "hero". However this scene creates sympathy for "Roy" and portrays him as a saviour figure. Ridley Scott, the director, does this using a range of technical, cultural and symbolic codes. These are the semiotic codes this essay will explore. Technical codes are the use of technical techniques used to create a certain atmosphere, mood or feeling....   [tags: Film, Movies]

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Dose it really matter?

- Bob Chase explains in "Fear of Heights" that society praises those who are popular or who made a name for themselves in extracurricular activities. Likewise, they frown upon those who 'hide' behind books and socialize with only two or three friends. As Bob Chase explains however, the changing U.S. economy requires workers with high-tech skills, which requires a high level of learning. With society unwilling to change its view on popular students as opposed to those who will become the next doctor, scientist, etc., it seems that the U.S....   [tags: Bob Chase, Fear of Heights]

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Regulatory Compliance Requirements For Managerial Accounting

- Regulatory Compliance Requirements for Managerial Accounting with emphasis on Financial Institution Impacts Regulatory compliance, ensures that financial institutions deliver fair dealing when conducting business with consumers and business partners. As a result, financial institutions have to ensure that their products, services and finance related activities, are in compliance with relevant laws, regulations and aligned with standards of good industry practice. Part of the ongoing effort of many financial institutions, is to reduce compliance risk....   [tags: Bank, Financial services, JPMorgan Chase]

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The Collapse Of The Housing Crisis

- The collapse of the housing market and subsequent rash of foreclosures that resulted in the United States illustrates the importance of the lending market and the laws that define it. The Uniform Commercial Code, Federal and State laws and common law are all elements that define the legal relationship between those that lend money and those that borrow it. Understanding of these laws, however, is only one component of the system. When someone who has borrowed money to buy a home is unable to repay it, there are alternatives that exist to prevent the forcible removal of that person and sale of the property....   [tags: Debt, Loan, Foreclosure, JPMorgan Chase]

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The Long Term Career Choice

- In the long-term career choice, my career aspiration will be focused on what my career serves me. I am looking to grow and contribute more than I am today in my next position. If I follow that I know I will be successful financially, personally, and professionally. My first job after college I would love to work as Investment banker or IT support specialist as it would be a good fit for me because it will help me professionally as I will be able to learn more skills and as I learn more, I will be satisfy personally....   [tags: Employment, Learning, Term, JPMorgan Chase]

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Case Study of Chase Corrolin

- Agency Context and Background The Agency The LGBTQ & Diversity Resource Center exists on the Newark campus of Rutgers University. The acronym LGBTQ stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer or questioning. The mission of this agency is to provide support for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning students on campus, as well as allies of the community. Currently the Resource Center is operating out of renovated closet space in Conklin Hall. It is a very recent addition to Rutgers Newark....   [tags: Diversity Resource Center, LGBTQ]

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Impact Of The Civil War On The United States

- Saquin Adams March 1, 2015 Mid-Term paper Although the Civil War was helpful to both types of industries, the people maintained a run up in the United States. Factories that produce steel, oil, and other materials became larger and needed many more workers. The industry growth in the United States was not only affected by the Civil War alone, but affected by brilliant mind geniuses that became leaders in big businesses and had large revenue under there tittle. After the Civil War, American industry grew rapidly and stronger....   [tags: John D. Rockefeller, ExxonMobil, JPMorgan Chase]

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Why Nike Shoes Are Better Than Tennis Shoes

- Brand also plays a role in what customers purchase. The brand also ties in with luxury products/services because typically brand name items are expensive but do the same exact thing as off brand product/services, “branding enhances customers’ familiarity and comfort level with your products or services” (Abrams, 2008, par.12). For example, I feel that Nike shoes are better than tennis shoes from Walmart. The brand Nike is well known and mostly everyone has a pair of Nike shoes. Or take for instance the Jordan shoes why do people stand in long lines to get theses shoes because of their brand....   [tags: Bank, Cheque, Credit card, JPMorgan Chase]

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Ruby Friday And Red Lobster

- Ruby Tuesday and Red Lobster Hi Mr. Jarrod. As I know you are expecting an important client coming in from out of town, and I would like to help you decide by telling you about the differences and similarities between two of my favorite restaurants. Hopefully, you find one of them suitable enough for your business dinner. I have been to many restaurants in town, but so far Ruby Tuesday and Red Lobster are my favorite ones. Ruby Tuesday and Red Lobster are two similar restaurants with a slight difference in menu, service speed, and price....   [tags: Food, Restaurant, Seafood, Cordelia Chase]

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Task Force Group II : Module For Reljj Bank

- AML Task Force Group II: CDD Module for RELJJ Bank Jagjeet Bhamra Rosa Gutierrez Erica Means Lizbeth Pineda Jacqueline Takyi-Yeboah Roosevelt University   At RELJJ Bank, we are committed to customer satisfaction and ensuring that our customers banking activities are both private and safe for all parties involved. The banking institution community has evolved over the last decades thanks to the introduction of the internet and exposure to the national and international banking markets....   [tags: JPMorgan Chase, Bank, Bernard Madoff, Banking]

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Doctor And The Doctor 's Office

- 1. What captured the patients about this doctor’s office was the respect the patients received from the doctor and the respect for the patients time (Jacobs & Chase, 2011). The doctor’s office did there absolute best to be on time for every appointment and the doctor’s office gave the patients respect by letting them know when something came up where the doctor was going to be late (Jacobs & Chase, 2011). When the doctor had an emergency, the office gave the patients choices to either wait or reschedule their appointment (Jacobs & Chase, 2011)....   [tags: Patient, Physician, Telephone, Illness]

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What 's That Changed Up Ahead?

- “Hey, what’s that. Up ahead?” He slowed. A garbage truck’s rear-end hung out of a ditch. “Chase, it’s my parent’s car!” “Wait!” he said when she opened the passenger side door before the car had come to a complete stop. “Virginia!” He threw open his door and went after her, up the center of the deserted highway. He caught up with her in time to tell her to check the passenger while he checked the driver’s side. “Be careful,” He shot across the upside down car. Going down on his knees he looked through the glass to see Mr....   [tags: Debut albums, 2005 singles]

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How I lost My Hand´s Mobility

- Being a 12-year-old boy and bored are the two ingredients that made the recipe for disaster this particular day. It would be a day I would remember for the rest of my life. I now know that I should be aware of all of my actions and the consequences that follow… It was about 6:00 at nightin the afternoon when my best friend, Chase, and I decided to go play a little soccer at the John Tyler Soccer Fields. Let me tell you a little something about my partner-in-crime, Chase. Chase was a devious 12 –year-old just like me....   [tags: Pre-teen, Mischief, Boys]

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Analysis Of The Book ' The Great Gatsby ' By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- Chase spent the rest of the day at the garage. Working was where he did his best thinking and he had an entire fleet of trucks to finish in two weeks. Jake and Troy had two out of the bays waiting for pick up with three more coming tomorrow. The new client was a huge poultry company referred by Frost Enterprises and Chase thought that interesting considering the intimacy he shared with the owner’s wife last night. Beautiful and , Chloe. Chase thought. With every breath his mind was on Chloe Frost....   [tags: Thought, Mind, English-language films]

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Chase.com's Quest for a Global Web Presence

- Chase.com's Quest for a Global Web Presence Overview ======== Chase.com and Chase Manhattan together are an international powerhouse in commercial banking. The bank has been continually growing since the merger in 1955 between The Chase National Bank and The Bank of Manhattan Company; another merger with the Chemical Banking Company of New York in 1996 made Chase the largest bank holding company in the US. It was the takeover of J.P Morgan in 2000, which lead to Chase becoming the powerhouse of international banking....   [tags: Papers]

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JPMorgan - Corporate Social Responsibility

- ... Arguably one of the largest blemishes on JPMorgan’s reputation is their reckless handling of several thousand military families mortgages, including active duty personnel in Afghanistan. The class action suit brought against the bank found that they were in clear violation of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act enacted in 1942 which lowers mortgage rates to 6 percent, and bars foreclosure proceedings of active duty personnel. According to Bloomberg, the bank agreed to pay $56 million to settle claims it overcharged service members and return homes that were wrongfully foreclosed on....   [tags: business analysis, strategies]

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Understanding the Concept of Ecological Niche

- INTRODUCTION The concept of ecological niche can be considered as one of the most important theoretical background in ecology. This was developed over several decades by various researchers in the world. The development process of the niche concept primarily tried to answer basic observational questions such as why does an organism perform as it does. why does it live where it lives. why does it eat what it eats. how do organisms interact with one another. which organisms can coexist with one another....   [tags: Hutchinson, organism performance and development]

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Nobel Prize For Physiology Or Medicine

- Alfred Day Hershey grew up to become a winner of the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1969 for his world changing genetic discovery. In 1952, at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York with his research assistant, Martha Chase, through an experiment, discovered that phage DNA enters the bacterial cell and then directs the cell to produce more bacteriophages. This experiment proved that DNA (deoxyribose nucleic acid) is the genetic material of bacteriophages as well as other organisms, opposed to the prior belief that protein was the genetic material of organisms....   [tags: DNA, Genetics, Gene, Bacteria]

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The Tv Series The Joe Schmo Show And Modern Family

- In the TV series The Joe Schmo show and Modern Family there are two main themes that occur. The first theme was instant, stereotypes and it is the first thing you notice when watching these shows. The second theme is honesty and both shows have a twist on the idea of honesty. The reality TV shows gives the illusion of real life. The Joe Schmo show by spike TV is a very stereotypical show with the gay black dude and an over achieving Asian. Chase is surrounded by stereotypes in which he believes real....   [tags: Reality television, Television program]

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The Blind Assassin By Margaret Atwood

- In her novel, The Blind Assassin, Margaret Atwood leads us into the lives of Iris and Laura Chase, who are the descendants of a rich and influential Ontario family. The story is told through Iris’ perspective and as it goes on, we are introduced to all of the Chase family including Iris and Laura’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norval Chase. The novel focuses primarily on the relationship dynamics among the Chase family and specifically emphasizes on Laura and Iris’s relationship. Almost immediately, the reader is inclined to believe that Iris is the heroine of the story, until we learn that Iris has committed several atrocities against her sister and husband....   [tags: Marriage, Family, Novel, Iris Associates]

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Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter

- Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter is, at times, a piece that seems intended to drive one beyond any hope of reasoning. Its occasionally overpowering allegorical symbolism or its seemingly eclectic mythology can certainly seem like a purist allegory designed to imbue in one the fear of eternal sin. However, when one takes the time to read beyond the simple story and to realize the true nature of Hawthorne's verbal artistry, it becomes clear that the piece is, as stated by Richard Chase, “a novel with beautifully assimilated allegorical elements” (149)....   [tags: Literary Techniques, Book Critique]

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Disneyland Hong Kong

- In this case analysis I will first show the requirements the company had for its financing. Then I will provide an analysis of the main pros and cons for Chase in connection with the deal. Lastly I will show how both affected the pricing as well as the execution of the deal. In order to build the new Disneyland in Hong Kong a new non-recourse entity, Hong Kong International Theme Parks Ltd (HKITP) was formed. While the owners supported the project with substantial amounts of equity (Disney and Government) as well as with subordinated debt (Government), Disney had significant requirements for the financing portion of the remaining needed amount....   [tags: Case Study Analysis Disneyland Hong Kong]

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The Importance Of Pursuing Love Is No Different Than Hunting A Deer

- Pursuing love is no different than hunting a deer. Both Lovers and hunters chase after something; they both desire success. However, there comes a time where both hunters and lovers do not catch what they are chasing; they must decide whether to give up or not. Sir Thomas Wyatt creates this very moment in Whoso List to Hunt. Within this sonnet, the poet explains the hunt for unrequited love in terms of the speaker hunting a female deer. The sonnet’s tone reveals that the speaker questions whether to give up or not....   [tags: Deer, Hunting, Sonnet, Poetry]

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Passion or Money? That is the Question

- A person walks by. Completely average, completely not worth paying attention to, but they walk by. They could have been famous from inventing the ‘next great thing’ but instead nobody knows their face from another, because the person walking never did complete their passion, and everyone just keeps going throughout their day, never realizing the potential in one another. That person could have been following their passion in their work, and they would have had been everything that is desirable in this earthly world, but instead of chasing their dreams- what they called a fantasy- that individual settled for the perfect life of mediocrity....   [tags: Outcomes, Positivism]

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Robert Ressler Coined the Term Serial Killer

- ... Finally, but most importantly, most serial killers exhibit the Macdonald triad when they are infants. This triad is highly correlated with later violent tendencies, including serial killing. The triad includes fire-setting, animal cruelty, and enuresis (bed-wetting). A highly debate issue around serial killers is the reason behind their actions. Although many theories exist about the reason why serial killers act the way they do, the most common theory is that they are searching for some type of psychological satisfaction....   [tags: fbi, mental disease]

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Why We Know Dna Is Hereditary

- How We Know DNA is Hereditary Ever since taking biology, every child knew that DNA is hereditary, meaning that the offspring’s DNA is a sum of their parents’ DNA. But how do we know that is true. There have been multiple experiments performed within the last century that prove or lead up to the fact that DNA is hereditary material. Early genetic testing started when Frederick Griffith’s experiment on the significance of Pneumococcal types was published in 1928. In this series of experiments he researched pneumonia in attempt to develop a vaccine....   [tags: DNA, Genetics, Bacteria, Escherichia coli]

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The Fatal Choices of Storm Chasing in the United States

- The Great Plains is one of the United States’ most captivating places. With it’s soft ocean of green valleys, the roaring ever-changing wind gust, and the daily blanket of sunshine. However, as nice as living in the Great Plains sounds, the grand terrain is almost overcome by the dark fatal forces; the weather. The weather in the Great Plains is as predictable as playing poker blindfolded, with its deafening storms and house-relocating twisters no one could imagine such as natural force exists. As intimating as this sounds, some Great Plain folk find storm chasing a wild addicting thrill....   [tags: great plains, tornado, storm]

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Clinical Drug Trials on Humans

- Clinical drug trials are tests on drugs to find out if the outcome is a cure to the disease or not. In other words, clinical drug trials are done to figure out the effectiveness of the drug. Clinical drug trials are ethical because the scientists are trying to find hope and cures to diseases that may be taking over a person’s life. Chase, who has fragile X syndrome, showed signs that the drug he took in a clinical drug trial, minocycline, was working when he began to develop the abilities to understand things and respond to others....   [tags: ethics, disease, cure, drugs]

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Free Personal Narratives: Camping!

- Camping. "Hey, be careful and don't do anything stupid," my dad said to me right before I hopped into Chase Miller's dark blue Chevy S-10 with a camper shell on the back. I looked at Chase and Tyler Becker and said, "Let's go camping." As Chase pushed down the gas pedal, a big cloud of black smoke shot out of the back of the truck and the smell of burning motor oil filled the cab. It was in July, and we wanted to go camping. I asked my dad if we could go up to our family's cabin in Elk Springs, which is near Montrose....   [tags: Personal Narrative Writing]

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Custom Fabricators, Incorporated Case Study

- Custom Fabricators, Incorporated Case Study Since its release in 1994, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has impacted the manufacturing sector in the United States. Manufacturing organizations such as Custom Fabricators, Inc (CFI) have been forced to find ways to cut costs to remain competitive. In the United States, NAFTA has contributed to the reduction of employment in high- wage traded-goods industries, growing wage inequality, and a steady decline in demand for workers without a college education....   [tags: Business Strategy Management Analysis]

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Crank, Crack, Whatever You Want To Call It, in Ellen Hopkins’, Crank

- ... She states that she has never felt anything near amazement like that in her life, hence falling in love with the drug and bringing the addiction back to Nevada with her. While settling back in with her stable family, Bree meets two boys named Brendan and Chase whom both have connections to the monster. In desperation for a fix one day, Bree puts herself in dangerous situation and basically “lets” Brendan rape her in change for, “a date with the monster.” After the event, they do not speak, allowing Chase and Kristina to bond more, until eventually they fall in love....   [tags: evolution, destruction, addiction]

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Ovid's Phoebus and Daphne Compared to Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream

- ... In Ovid’s “Phoebus and Daphne”, Phoebus was shot with an arrow of unconditional love and Daphne with one to reject love. Being in the woods, they enter a chase where Phoebus tries to chase and woo Daphne. In Shakespeare’s A Midsummers Night’s Dream, Helena chases after Demetrius, which is an opposite version of Ovid’s story. He claims that “This is the way a sheep runs from the wolf, a deer from the mountain lion, and a dove with fluttering wings flies from the eagle: everything flies from its foe, but it is love that is driving me to follow you…”, that being a metaphor that woman are usually chased by mean like a predator from its prey....   [tags: analytical essay]

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The American Dream in Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck

- ... George says, “God a ’mighty, if I was alone I could live so easy. I could go get a job an’ work, an’ no trouble. No mess at all, and when the end of the month comes I could take my fifty bucks and go into town and get whatever I want.”(Page 11, line 2-6.) By saying this, George is letting the readers and Lennie know that he has two American dreams, and one is easier than the other. I believe that once readers understand the laziness and lack of determination that most of human kind has, this quote can foreshadow how even men back then know to face reality when it comes down to it....   [tags: lonely, determination, george and lennie]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- The thrill of the chase, the excitement in the dream, the sadness of the reality is all represented in the green light that encompasses Jay Gatsby’s attention in The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. The meaning contained in the green light consumed Gatsby in ways that demonstrated an unhealthy obsession in which five years of his life was spent attempting to get Daisy. The moment that dream became attainable to him, she fell right into his reach only to crush his heart. Five years were wasted on a dream that he really could not see....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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The Unfolding of the Y-Rent Scam

- After the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 many New Yorkers and New Jerseyians were looking for a safe haven away from the turmoil of the aftermath. Many sought this refuge in the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania. Touting a short drive to New York City, many local home construction companies saw this as an opportunity to sell houses and turn a profit. Many of these companies were reputable and upstanding businesses that produced a quality product at a market ready price. However, some of these companies were not so upstanding and as a result many unsuspecting homeowners were scammed out of thousands of dollars and just as many ended up in foreclosure....   [tags: Rain Tree Homes]

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The Day I Chipped My Tooth

- The Day I Chipped My Tooth July 15th, 2009 will be the day that would cause me to change how I eat certain foods. On that day, I chipped my very first tooth. I was about twelve years old. It was funny how the whole incident took place. The story begins something like this. I woke up and got ready, like a normal summer day. I could hear the cicadas chirping like usual, the sun shining as bright as a flashlight, and could feel the sticky humid air, which is typical in Kansas during the summer. I had previously stayed a night at Jordaan’s house....   [tags: High school, Middle school, Sahara]

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Is Television Harmful for Children?

- Is Television Harmful. I have always found the controversy over children being harmed by television shows interesting. I feel that over the years this topic has changed quite significantly. I know as I was growing up watching television was considerably acceptable since the majority of shows were educational. However, as the shows progress to be less education and more entertainment based, it appears that television is corrupting the minds earlier than my generation. Due to this difference, I began wondering if there are any differences in theories about this topic for kids growing up in the 90’s and the kids growing up today....   [tags: brain development]

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Notes On Travel Credit Cards

- Travel credit cards Best travel credit card Travel cards have many variations: airline and hotel cards that earn frequent customer points or cards that earn you rewards points to redeem later for any travel. There are many variables to compare when choosing the best travel card: sign up bonus, annual fee, ongoing rewards rate and travel perks. Here’s our editors’ top picks for the best travel cards. General travel reward cards Chase sapphire Benefits Biggest sign up bonus - if you spend $4,000 on the card in the first 3 months of your account you will receive 50,000 bonus points - that’s equal to $625 if used for travel on Chase travel portal....   [tags: Credit card, MasterCard, Loyalty program]

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Will School Vouchers Improve Public Schools?

- It is a growing debate in an area that American society cannot afford to ignore, as the discussion on voucher schools directly affects our youth, the very foundation of our country. Many cities across the United States have proposed school voucher programs in an effort to improve the education of inner-city children that come from low-income families. However, with this proposition arises certain questions that cannot be avoided. Although proponents of school vouchers argue differently, challengers of the system expressly state that the taxpayer-funded voucher system infringes upon our First Amendment rights....   [tags: School Choice Essays]

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Just Another Day at the Office

- Just Another Day at the Office Personal computer (pc) repair technicians and doctors have a lot in common. Patients arrive at the doctor’s door bearing all manner of complaints or problems. I am sure doctors have seen and heard about every type of ignorant stunt a person can think of or do. My name is Skeeter Jones, and I have been a pc repair technician for approximately fifteen years. Like a doctor, I thought I had seen and heard of every crazy stunt imaginable until I received a call from Headaches, Incorporated about a computer crash....   [tags: English Literature Essays]

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Wyatt and Spenser

- Wyatt and Spenser’s poems both depict a hunter who temporarily gives up his pursuit for different reasons. Wyatt’s hunter believes he has no chance with the woman because of the rank and position of the suitor she already has. He considers it necessary to warn others. Spenser’s hunter feels it is useless to chase anymore because he is not getting any closer to winning. The attitudes of the hunters are developed after the chase in each poem. One attitude is developed when the hunter realizes he is being shown that the woman belongs to someone else....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Comparison of the Confederate and Union Economies

- The Confederation and the Union had variant economic statuses, the Union's being more stable than the South’s because of its successful sales of bonds, its more dependable form of wealth, and the fact that it was a preestablished country with wartime funding experience. Though the Union’s banking system was far from perfect, its superiority placed the Union ahead of the South financially. The Union developed a technique that boosted the sales of bonds, while the South gained very little from their sales....   [tags: the South vs the North, US civil war]

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The Conceit, Characterization And Tone Of The One Hundred And Eighty Third Sonnet

- The conceit, characterization and tone of the one hundred and forty third sonnet make this particular sonnet interesting to analyze. The collection of sonnets was written by William Shakespeare around the mid-1590s and published by Thomas Thorpe in 1609. “Sonnet 143” describes a woman who "sets down her babe and makes all swift dispatch." Her attention has been restrained by the idea of taking possession of a feathered creature that has run away (line 3). In this sonnet, Shakespeare creates a rivalry of role-play between a man in pursuit of a woman, who is compared to a housewife and a mother, and the love interest the woman in pursuing....   [tags: Love, Romance, Romeo and Juliet, Crying]

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The Political Structure of the Maya in the Late Classic Period

- Many advances in archeological and epigraphic research has shed new light on Maya civilization, however, there is still much discussion on the political structure and how it was formed. The Maya is a Mesoamerican civilization noted for its advanced form of civilization. It reached its highest state of development during the Classic period which ranges from approximately 200-900 AD. Early in the Classic period (292-434 AD), there were several city-states found throughout the Maya lowland region with no defined hierarchy of settlement or regional capitals....   [tags: Ancient Civilizations ]

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The Society Of Lincoln 's Cabinet Members And Their Female Partners

- Mrs. Goodwin forms this book about the lives of Lincoln 's cabinet members and their female partners, by exploring the four rivals in the 1860 Republican presidential nomination race and introducing us to nineteenth-century politics as experienced by these men and their companions. This is a biographical depiction of President Lincoln and the men who made up his cabinet from 1861-1865, three of which ran against Lincoln in the presidential election of 1860. Republican spokesman William Henry Seward climbs his way through the New York political arena with the help of powerful newspaperman Thurlow Weed....   [tags: Abraham Lincoln, American Civil War]

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My Dream Car For A Granite Crystal 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee

- Being able to afford a Granite Crystal 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4x4 SUV is currently an unaffordable dream I would love to make a realistic goal. I would like the jeep to be fully loaded with: heated leather seats, remote engine start, back-up camera, moon roof and much more. My grandmother once said, “You can make all your dreams come true, as long as you set your heart to it.” Although I may not be able to afford my dream car today, there is still hope in making this dream become a reality....   [tags: Interest, Debt, Loan, Credit card]

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Application Essay- Reasons I Should be Accepted into Trade Quest

- I took Business Studies GCSE and passed, but since that’s not enough to get me into Trade Quest, I’ve written around 2000 words to explain why I should be accepted. Trading I’m sure that most students applying to Trade Quest will have some form of trading experience. I like to read books about trading and I research stocks, but have no ‘real’ experience. Around a year ago, mid-2008, I wanted to buy approximately 200 shares in Apple (which, at the time, would’ve cost around $3000) but never went through with it....   [tags: admissions essays]

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The Pursuit Of The Magical Dream By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- The Pursuit of the Illusionary Dream Individuals often tend to forget what reality truly is and chase a dream which is not real. In the process, they forget the difference between right and wrong and engage in immoral actions in order to acquire their goal. In The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, individuals have the desire to chase the American Dream. A dream which revolves around discovery, individualism, and happiness; that a person from any social class can potentially become a wealthy individual....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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Fear : The Prey Cycle For Our Dogs

- Fear is physical; for our dogs and many times for us as well. Fear is also intimately involved in the prey cycle for our dogs. Every step in the predatory sequence produces it 's own internal rewards via the production of hormones and endorphins. These chemicals create tension and pleasure seeking feelings in the dog so that the hunt continues long enough to gain the prize. Once the prey is killed the tension is release, the hormones, endocrines and endorphins are absorbed back into the body and the dog becomes calm....   [tags: Predation, Dog, Apex predator, Debut albums]

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Short Story : A Man With A Gopro

- Paumgarten’s story of a man with a GoPro accurately described how people think of their lives in today’s society. People are more focused on capturing a moment than living in a moment. A saying that I hear from my friends, “Pics or it didn’t’ happen” immediately came to mind after reading Paumgarten’s depiction of how our culture is changing. Paumgarten talks about the professional mountain biker Aaron Chase. Chase is sponsored by GoPro to have the cameras mounted to his helmet, then he uses it so the company can use his footage for their advertisements....   [tags: Suicide, The Bridge, Golden Gate Bridge, Plane]

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Police Brutality: Use of Excessive Force

- What is police brutality. Police brutality is an act of misconduct done by a member law enforcement through the use of an extreme amount of force to physically, mentally, or emotionally attack a member of society. Many law enforcement officers, those sworn to protect and serve, have abused their rights and authority to ferociously assault and manipulate citizens, even if they were innocent. Citizens who have been attacked have been left with physical and emotional scars that can never go away; in some cases, it has even caused death....   [tags: Black Lives Matter]

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Fourier-Transform Raman Spectroscopy: Solid Sample Analysis

- Historical Development of FT-Raman Spectroscopy Preliminary Information of FT-Raman Development Throughout the historical development of innovative instrumental techniques, the aim has always been to make improvements that would allow for a greater yield of accuracy to be achieved in a given assay, more precision within measurement, and a higher capability of detectability. With that being said, this aim towards improvement was the driving force that resulted in the development of many sophisticated analytical techniques today....   [tags: Historical Development, Preliminary Information]

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