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Corporate Logos on Jerseys Have Many Positive Effect

- In the past year, the NBA has been thinking about following suit with the English Premier League by gaining sponsorships with companies. With these sponsorships involves putting logos on jerseys. The NBA has three different jersey designs in mind, and all of them have the corporate logo on it; either in the middle, dominating the shirt, on the lower front of the shirt, or a small shoulder patch on the front of the jersey. The financial gains that these sponsorships have potential to make the NBA, ranges from 1 to 20 million dollars a year....   [tags: NBA, english premier league]

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Lou Gehrig’s Farewell Speech

- Lou Gehrig’s Farewell Speech Throughout the course of American history, there have been copious amounts of famous speeches, spoken by many different people. From political figures to sports players; these people have provided deep thoughts and great insights about who they are and the world we live in today. Being a sports enthusiast, a memorable speech comes to my mind. Lou Gehrig’s “farewell speech”, given on July 4th, 1939, to more than 62,000 fans at New York City’s Yankee Stadium, has become a cornerstone in the history of baseball in America....   [tags: New York Yankees Baseball Essays]

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The Police On Jersey Registered Car

- The facts The police in Jersey received an intelligence report in 2007 that D has perfected and concluded arrangements to transport a consignment of drugs by car from Amsterdam to France which will be shipped to Jersey. The Jersey authorities consented to the installation of tracking and an audio recording device in D 's Jersey registered car. The installation of the tracking device was given approval by the French, Belgian and Dutch authorities. However, the French and Dutch authorities did not grant approval to the request for the audio monitoring....   [tags: Judge, Jury, Crime, French language]

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New Orleans : A New World

- Every place in the world has at least two different views; to some the place is a home and to others it is a culture, a building, a new world that is to be awed and viewed for the small amount of time the tour bus drives past. A places meaning can change as events happen, but at some point the new memory will become the norm. New Orleans is seen as a place that was hit with a tragedy, but has recovered. The pictures to a tourist are full of beads from Mardi Gras, street corner voodoo shops, bowls of Cajun food, warm beignets covered with powder sugar, and a big Cathedral right in the middle of the French Quarter....   [tags: New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina, New York City]

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Does God Wear A Jersey?

- Does God Wear a Jersey. When sports come to mind, the smells of nachos, frozen lemonade, and hot dogs swirl around in old memories. The noises of clapping and cheering come to mind as the audience is filled with excitement for the oncoming action. Something that does not come to thought right away though is the idea that American sports traditions are increasingly similar to religious practices even indigenous religious practices. While in America it is easy to consider ourselves far more advanced than the tribes of the mid 1700 's there are major similarities between these ancient traditions and our current sports practices such as the use of symbols and rituals as sacred, the pattern of a...   [tags: Religion, Native Americans in the United States]

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A Report On New York City

- Traffic. Hundreds and thousands of people crowding the sidewalk. Diverse food places to get your grub on. All of these elements in my environment sort of work in a harmonious pattern in a place I call home, New York City. When I ask people about New York City they usually associate it with the extraordinary buildings that pierce the sky or the congested sidewalks with people desperate to shop in the famous luxury stores in which celebrities dwell. Even though I grew up here, I somehow manage to get lost within the Big Apple....   [tags: New York City, Madison Square Garden]

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The New City Of New Orleans

- There is no doubt that after all it has been through the city of New Orleans has earned its title as one of the most historic cities in American history. People share a cultural memory here, a cultural memory that blends legacies from Europe, West Africa, Native America and many other cultures to create the unique atmosphere difficult to find anywhere else. In addition, regardless of all the harsh realities the city has been through, such as, war, economic booms and bust, river floods, and Hurricane Katrina it still remains standing today....   [tags: New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina, City]

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New Zealand And New Australia

- New Zealand used to have free from corruption stable democratic political system which creates a superior government supported environment for a range kind of business. (Pears Trust, 2012) It welcomes new investors and helps New Zealand businesses smoothly operate, grow, plan for the future and be flexible in local and international market. Nevertheless, government still has intervention which positively or negatively influencing on New Zealand business. From the latest news there is ongoing discussion in Treasury of New Zealand about to set up a new rule for the Auckland’s mortgage market by new loan-to-income scheme asking a minimum 30 percent of down payment due to purchasing property (Ni...   [tags: New Zealand, Tourism, Dairy farming, Dairy]

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Moving to a New School

- Have you ever felt uncomfortable, scared, nervous, and confused. Well new students feel this way whenever they move to a new school. They have no idea if they'll make friends or if anyone would like them. But with the ambassador program new students will right away feel comfortable in their new surroundings, able to learn a new language and know their way around our school faster than someone who's been there for three years. If we had this program, they just might make a friend right away. Feeling comfortable and feeling safe in your new surroundings is something everyone especially when you're new in a school....   [tags: New Student]

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New Stadium And New York Yankees

- Table of Contents Discussion of new stadium as owner of the New York Yankees and where the building will be, how the facility can increase revenues by installing more seats or having fewer seats to create more demand, and how I 'd make this facility more fan friendly. Discussion of free agents, coach, trades, draft, farm system, and innovative ideas I 'd have as new General Manager for the New York Yankees. in this discussion, a three year plan will be addressed as to how I 'd attempt to elevate the enjoyment of the sport while hopefully implementing a successful program in which could get us to win a championship....   [tags: Major League Baseball, New York Yankees]

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Analysis Of ' Brave New World '

- Both A “Brave New World” and events from our own world disprove the statement that individuality is seen as a threat to a harmonious society. In the book Huxley introduces the characters Bernard, Helmholtz, and John as outsiders. They do not fit into the societies that they are a part of which threatens the system Mustafa Mond and the other world leaders have instilled into the society. The accusation above is flawed and incorrect. Individuality was seen as a threat to a harmonious society however it is not a threat....   [tags: Dystopia, Brave New World, World, New World]

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New Zealand Is Considered A Democracy

- New Zealand is considered a democracy. This means that ideally all people are equal and have the right to decide how the country is run. However, currently it is only for people that are over 18 years of age. This should remain so, and the voting age should not be lowered to 16. 16 Year olds should not be allowed to vote due to their legal restrictions on what they are allowed to do. According to New Zealand law, people who are of 16 years of age cannot leave home without parental consent, cannot be tried in an adult court and cannot undergo medical or dental procedures without parental consent....   [tags: New Zealand, Democracy, Statistics New Zealand]

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The New Testament

- Over four hundred years passed between the story of the Old Testament and the story of the New Testament. During this time the Greek and the Roman empires emerged as the world powers. Romans had conquered Jerusalem and the Judaism religious practices had changed as well. The synagogue was their place of worship and played a prominent role in their Sabbath observances. Rabbis were teachers of the Jewish religion and focused on the Torah, the Old Testament Pentateuch (Duvall, Hayes, 2012). In the beginning of the New Testament the angel Gabriel’s conception announcement breaks God’s silence with the introduction of key characters, John, who paved the way for Jesus Christ and was born to Elizab...   [tags: Jesus, New Testament, Christianity]

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Los Angeles And New York

- Los Angeles and New York are both great places to live in and to visit on a vacation. This two cities have never really seen each other eye to eye by the people who live there. The cities being on opposite sides of the United States doesn’t help the situation, its west coast and east coast rivalry. These cities have a rivalry that has gone on for so long it astonished me deeply. The history behind both cities are very similar, but very different all at the same time. First thing that L.A. and N.Y....   [tags: New York City, Los Angeles, New York]

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Experiencing New Orleans Through Media

- Visiting Maple Street The visit to the Maple Street Book Store was one of my first real introductions to the history of New Orleans. Walking in the neighborhoods of New Orleans – or walking anywhere in general, actually – gives one a different view of the sceneries than if one were to drive through the neighborhoods. The houses in New Orleans all have a distinctive flavor to them, and passing by John Kennedy Toole’s house on the corner of the street showed that even though he was this terrific writer, he was still somewhat normal and similar to everyone else....   [tags: New Orleans]

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Analysis Of The Documentary ' New Orleans '

- New Orleans is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States. The city, nicknamed the “Big Easy”, brings people from all over the country. Its unique and vibrant culture and fascinating history just draws people in whether it is to celebrate a well-known festival like Mardi Gras or to visit the very Congo Square where Jazz music was born. This beauty of New Orleans is one of the reasons why the summer of 2005 was so devastating. On the 23 of that August, Hurricane Katrina was set to make contact with the area where New Orleans was located....   [tags: New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina]

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The Key Roles Of The New Testament

- Throughout the New Testament we see Jesus take on a profusion of significance roles as he fulfills the prophecies within the Old Testament. These roles hold great weight of significance that helps explain who Jesus truly was. Prophet, priest, and king are the three key roles that are momentous in comprehending the sovereignty of Jesus. The role of Prophet represents Jesus ,in the New Testament, as the living and walking word of God. Jesus was the incarnation. In other words, he was God with flesh on, completely equal and inseparable from God....   [tags: Jesus, Christianity, New Testament]

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A New Deal For The United States

- “This Nation asks for action, and action now”4. Franklin Delano Roosevelt hit the ground running the day he took the office as President: I pledge you, I pledge myself, To a New Deal for the American people.4 The first one hundred days, FDR began his idea to help bring the upside down United States out the depression it was in. “In the latter half of the 1930s, with the country in the grip of the Great Depression, the Supreme Court reversed course” to FDR’s “legislative agenda for economic recovery”5....   [tags: New Deal, Great Depression]

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The Book ' The New Testament '

- “Most Favorite Book in the New Testament” The selection of choice for my most favorite Book of the New Testament is the Epistle to Philippians. My reasoning for this book being my favorite, is it’s a major part of my being here today. In reality, during this time in my life things was going bad and knew really nothing about God. And yet, wanting to be happy, feel some kind of love and peace in my heart again as a child. The Book of Philippians gave me back my life as you will see. Thank God for His Word....   [tags: New Testament, Jesus, Bible]

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The Benefits of the New Deal

- Professor Burton W. Folsom Jr. argues that the high taxes, special-interest spending to certain banks, railroads, farmers and veterans of the New Deal created an anti-free market as well as a poor business environment. Henry Morgenthau Jr. was the secretary of the treasury and a very powerful man, mostly due to his friendship with President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. According to the First Lady, Morgenthau was one of the only men in the world who could tell the President he was wrong and still get away with it....   [tags: New Deal Essays]

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The New Orleans Rate Of Subsidence

- How did human actions contribute to increasing the devastation in this area. Parts of New Orleans are below sea level and surrounded by bodies of water. Built on a natural levee next to the Mississippi river, the city has experienced cyclical flooding since its founding in 1718. Throughout the centuries, human intervention has reconstructed the landscape in a number of ways which has made New Orleans more vulnerable to storms and flooding: destruction of sand bars; deforestation along the riverbank; construction of ditches and levees; drainage of swamps; and the construction that accompanies urbanization and industrialization....   [tags: New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina]

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Proposal to Launch a New Magazine

- 1.0 Overview of the consumer magazine market Over the years, there has been a change in where people obtain their information, news and entertainment. The new technology improvements such as mobile phones, laptops and tablets have changed dramatically the magazine industry. Generally said, consumer magazines must acquire loyal and satisfied customers in order to be successful in the market. Furthermore, the production and success of a magazine highly depends on advertisers and subscriptions....   [tags: New Magazine Startup]

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The New Testament Of The Bible

- Long time ago, there was only one religion, Judaism. However as time passing by, the society had a lot of changes. Because of the changing of emperors and the geographic changes, Judaism occurred a lot of variations with those changes. More and more branches started to emerge under the Judaism. Christian became the strongest branch and had their own theological beliefs. Then Christian gradually began to separate from the Judaism. In the Bible, the New Testament part recorded the faith of Christianity....   [tags: Jesus, New Testament, Christianity]

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Emerging And New Market Opportunities

- emerging or new market. It can originate from new technology or new market opportunities (Eliashberg, J., Lilien, G. L., & Rao, V. R. 1997). Literature defines product development as exploiting an untapped market opportunity and turning it into a value product for customer satisfaction. Development and introduction of a new product requires extensive research on understanding customer needs, market structure, emerging trends and analysing the internal & external competitive market environments. To evaluate customer satisfaction previous researches provide strong relationship between customer satisfaction and product quality, product features and value for money....   [tags: Marketing, New product development]

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The Migration Of New Zealand

- In New Zealand, the immigrant population significantly consists of Pacific peoples, where there are a distinct group of 20 cultures and languages. Samoan Community is the highest among the population of New Zealand, then following are Cook Islanders, Tongans etc.…This paper will analyse the Tongan subgroup in particular, however other sub-groups will also be discussed. Pacific peoples were welcomed to New Zealand as workers during the 1950’s to the 1970’s. In the 1950’s, there was a post-war economic boom, which resulted in having a large demand of labour, which increased the immigration from many Polynesian nations....   [tags: New Zealand, Polynesia, Immigration]

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Farmers and the New Deal

- The farmers of the Great Depression did benefit from “New Deal”. The New Deal was mainly focused one them and the government tried many ways and started many organizations to help them from being taken advantage of like they had been in previous years. As Raymond Moley saw it the first New Deal was radical different from normal American life styles. This New Deal put much more power into the central Government, but this was a necessary evil mostly in the economic playing arena of agriculture, due to the farmers were on the edge of anarchy....   [tags: Farmers, New Deal, history, ]

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Summary : ' The New Testament '

- Explanation Achtemeier, Green and Thompson begin in the first chapter by discussing what the New Testament is by stating that, “the New Testament is a collection of twenty-seven separate documents that, together with the Old Testament, has exercised such significant influence in the history of the world that its impact would be difficult to measure and hard to exaggerate” (Achtemeier, Green and Thompson 1). The writers posit that the intention of the book is to shed light on the New Testament from three different perspectives or angles....   [tags: New Testament, Bible, Jesus, Christianity]

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The Great Depression : The New Deal

- The Great Depression was a dark time when a lot of people suffered, and struggled. What is thought to have helped end the Great Depression in 1939 was an act called the New Deal. The New Deal didn 't really end the great depression. It just helped redefine the role of the federal government. The New Deal was a series of programs enacted by the U.S. government between 1933 and 1938. Herbert Hoover 's response to the Stock Market Crash, was to let the markets fix themselves. This was not an idea which was liked by many....   [tags: New Deal, Franklin D. Roosevelt]

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The New Testament And The Old Testament

- The New Testament is just an updated version of the Old Testament, which involves Jesus the Messiah. The New Testament is extremely similar to the Old Testament, they both talk about different laws which God has passed down to the people, what God expects and so on. The only difference that seems to take place is that in the Old Testament, God gives the law or passes the law down to the chosen people, the Jews; but in the New Testament, Jesus explains and shows the people how to fulfill God 's laws, how to live by God 's words....   [tags: New Testament, Christian terms, God]

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The Growth Of The New England

- The 17th century lifestyle in New England differed greatly from the lifestyle in the South and England at the time. New England colonists reaped the benefits of longevity and as a result, many families grew to be extremely large and developed. The colonists, primarily united under the shared goal of escaping religious persecution, established many small towns that were one of the first to exercise democracy. Education was also an important part of the New England lifestyle. Due to the climate, the economy in New England was vastly different compared to the South....   [tags: Slavery, Thirteen Colonies, New England]

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The Skills Of A New Testament Leader

- After receiving this assignment of analyzing the skills of a New Testament leader, I first wondered whom I should analyze. Should I have analyzed Jesus, Mary, or even one of the apostles. I feared writing about Jesus for I could not give enough justification for great Jesus was of being a leader. After giving it much thought, I decided I would look into Saul, the Jew of Jews and persecutor of the young Christian church, who later becomes Paul the Apostle and founder of many churches across Europe and Asia Minor....   [tags: New Testament, Paul of Tarsus, Christianity]

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The New Testament And The Gospel Message

- Simply stated, “the word "gospel" means simply good news.” With that definition, then the good news would summarize all of the information found in the New Testament and the teachings of Jesus Christ. The Apostle Paul recaps the most basic components in the gospel message. These are found in 1 Corinthians 15:1-8, specifically listed in 15:3-4 (NRSV) “For I handed on to you as of first importance what I in turn had received: that Christ died for our sins in accordance with the scriptures, and that he was buried, and that he was raised on the third day in accordance with the scriptures,”....   [tags: Christianity, Jesus, Gospel, New Testament]

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The Testament Of The New Testament

- Among the pages of the New Testament, a story is told of a man named Jesus who came, lived, died, and was resurrected from the dead. Thereupon the story enthuses on the spreading of Christianity throughout the city of Jerusalem and then throughout the Empire of Rome. The chronicles conclude with God’s future promise of a New Kingdom and resurrection of his people. However, to truly understand the story of the New Testament one must analysis these contents further. At the forefront of the New Testament, it is important to note that Jesus come to earth to fulfill the promises made by Yahweh in the Old Testament....   [tags: Christianity, Jesus, New Testament, Bible]

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The Canonization Of The New Testament

- In this paper, there will be a discussion about the canonization of the New Testament. Along with an investigation of who was involved in this process. The people and institution looked at will include the following: Marcion, Irenaeus, Origen, Synod of Hippo, and God. First, let us look at the canonization of the New Testament. The first available list of the New Testament books is called the Muratorian Canon and it dates somewhere around A.D. 150. It has the four Gospels, Acts, 13 letters of Paul, Jude, 2or 3 letters of John, and the revelation of John....   [tags: New Testament, Bible, Christian terms]

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The New Testament Of The Bible

- The Foundation the Canon Almost 1,982 years ago Joshua (whose name means Yahweh is salvation ) was crucified. Since that time a substantial amount of writings both canonical and non-canonical were written about Him and His teachings. I learned in the past that there are certain qualifications that have to be passed in order for a writing to be considered canon and placed in the New Testament of the bible, however when looking back through history I see something quite different has taken place....   [tags: New Testament, Christianity, Christian terms]

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The Old Testament And New Testament

- There are hundreds upon thousands of ancient text that have been discovered, read, and debated among scholars and people of interest. Out of all these ancient texts, the Bible is considered the greatest collection of ancient writings that have truly influenced the world for generations. The Christian Bible consist of 66 or more books that are divided into two sections, the Old Testament and New Testament. The Old Testament consist of books that were written before the time of Jesus Christ. The New Testament consist of books written during and after the time of Jesus Christ....   [tags: New Testament, Christianity, Bible, Jesus]

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New Years Celebration at Wagha Border

- Since my childhood, I have been celebrating New Year at my home sitting in front of TV watching the New year programs, or by wishing my friends New Year late night via sms. But, this time I celebrated my new year differently, in a very special way that I had never thought of and never planned for it. I would never forget the night of 31st December 2009 and the first day of New Year i.e.1st January 2010. Last year we had NOSPLAN (National Organization of Student of Planning) in the SPA, Delhi, in the month of Jan ’09....   [tags: New Year's Even, New Year, Wagha Border,]

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New York, By Senator John Kasich

- New York, NY. -- Ohio Governor John Kasich drew a stark contrast between himself and his two fellow GOP rivals in an impassioned speech Tuesday morning in Midtown Manhattan." "Two paths," Kasich said, in a prepared speech from the women 's National Republican Club in New York City. "One choice, The path that exploits anger and encourages resentments that turns fear into hatred and divides people. This path solves nothing, demeans our history, weakens our country and cheapens each of us. It has but one beneficiary and that is to the politician who speaks of it." "The other path is the one America has been down before....   [tags: New York City, New York, United States]

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New Orleans, Louisiana, And Charleston

- Established by English colonists in the late seventeenth century, Charleston, South Carolina, received its name from King Charles II of England. Throughout its history the small port city of Charleston supplied the eastern U.S. with trade, culture, and seafood. Meanwhile, in Louisiana, the development of a trading port at the mouth of the Mississippi River was under way. New Orleans, founded in 1722 by French explorers, received its named after the Duke of Orléans. Established fifty years apart, eight hundred miles away, and by different European nations, New Orleans and Charleston can easily be assumed very diverse....   [tags: New Orleans, Louisiana, Mississippi River]

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Text Of The New Testament

- I.THE TEXT OF THE NEW TESTAMENT The New Testament has had its original text copied carefully and been preserved for hundreds of years. We have been able to find over 5,700 manuscripts depicting the New Testament in many different translations. Even though we have these manuscripts, the first formal printing of the New Testament did not appear until 1516. This text was very successful, but it, “did make inevitable minor mistakes, which textual criticism seeks to reverse” (442). When we look at how the New Testament and many other ancient books, we see that it was done in ways much different than how books are written today....   [tags: New Testament, Bible, Biblical canon]

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Graduation Speech : New Year

- “Just as you usher in lights, lanterns and other forms of illuminations to welcome the New Year, may the New Year usher in for you new hopes, dreams and aspirations.” (Quote) This is but one of the many greetings of Chinese New Year’s that the Chinese population share and just as we will be ushering in a new semester late January, in china they will be preparing to usher in the Chinese New Year which will fall on Jan. 28 2016. Even though it starts early in January, the Chinese people will be preparing by cleaning up their homes and shrines for the joyous celebration that will last 15 days....   [tags: Chinese New Year, Chinese calendar]

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Tourism Industry Of New Zealand

- Tourism is an outstanding asset to all visitor target destinations and way of life .It is the leading source of revenue for New Zealand through visitors and local tourists major contribution to the host destination economy. It is an important foreign exchange earner which grants the most income, jobs and growth as we depend on it .The report " The State of the Tourism Industry "produced by the Tourism Industry Association New Zealand and Lincoln University, appears in Tourism 2025, the New Zealand Strategic plan ....   [tags: Tourism, New Zealand, Cruise ship]

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The New American Standard Concordance

- The New American Standard Concordance translates the following Old Testiment Hebrew words as “repent”, nā·ḥǎm, šûḇ, and “repentance”, šû·ḇā(h). Additionally the NASU translates the following New Testament Greek words as “repent”, metanoeō, and “repentance”, metanoia. Of these two New Testament word, the two most prevalent to the basic salvation of a Christian are metanoeō, and metanoia. These will be compared and contrasted herein. The most common definition of the word metanoeō is a change of mind....   [tags: New Testament, Jesus, Christian terms]

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Was Christianity A New Religion?

- World Religion “Christianity” Case, Shirley Jackson. 1908. “Was Christianity a New Religion?”. The Biblical World 32 (6). The University of Chicago Press: 417–27. Shirley Jackson article provides a clear example on her opinion on whether or not Christianity was a new religion. She stated “That the world was not exactly without religion when Christianity first appeared”. Her article describes how she believes that Christianity cannot claim to be new in the sense as the first religion. When Christianity was first discovered it entered the world as competitor not as the first that was discovered....   [tags: Christianity, Religion, Judaism, New Testament]

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The New Zealand Hospitality Industry

- Part A) The New Zealand hospitality industry faces many challenges, including but not limited to; labour, competition and profit margins. Identify three major challenges that you think are important to the success of New Zealand hospitality businesses- define and describe the challenges using data from the sources listed below. New Zealand’s hospitality industry has many challenges to overcome, which I have mentioned in this essay. This industry is one of the main contributing industries to the New Zealand economy (Statistics New Zealand, 2013)....   [tags: Employment, Management, New Zealand, Marketing]

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New Signs Of Who Jesus

- The New Testament encapsulates what the title depicts, new signs of who Jesus is and evidence of what humankind’s future will bring, due to whether they chose life with Him or not. It is a blueprint designed by prominent biblical people as a way to share their testimonies and spiritual guidance for future Christians, while waiting for Jesus’ second coming. These books offer foundational building blocks to help form a durable faith in God, for no one knows when the Messiah will return…Therefore, it is beneficial to know the spectrum of identities that depict Jesus, particularly the declaration of Him as ‘God the Son’, as to appreciate His roles, in particular for me personally (to avoid false...   [tags: New Testament, Jesus, Christianity, God]

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New Testament View Of Leadership

- NEW TESTAMENT VIEW OF LEADERSHIP In his book Biblical Eldership: An Urgent Call to Restore Biblical Church Leadership, author Alexander Strauch defends a bible-based leadership structure designed to govern the church. He argues that a plurality of elders is biblically modeled, apostolically appointed, and best suited to both the familial nature of the Church and the exclusive headship of Christ over her. He defines eldership in the biblical terms of shepherding and concludes that the primary responsibilities of biblical elders are to nurture the flock on God’s Word, lead well, cover the flock against the destructive antics of false teachers, and care for hurting or drifting sheep....   [tags: New Testament, Jesus, Leadership, Bible]

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What Makes A New Tool?

- INTRODUCTION It is common to hear leaders in church planting organizations describe the type of planters they are looking for in just a few words. Many church planting recruiters prefer candidates whom they would describe as “apostolic” rather than “shepherding,” “entrepreneurial” rather than a “pastoral” or “nurturing,” and typically more extroverted than introverted. Good anecdotal reasons support these preferences; however, the juxtaposition of “apostolic” and “entrepreneurial” with “shepherding,” “pastoral” and nurturing has begun to warp the meaning and diminish the value they can potentially offer to the discussion of assessing potential church planters....   [tags: Leadership, Assessment, New Testament, Shepherd]

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Criticizing The New Testament Paper

- Criticizing the New Testament Paper The big news mentioned in the Old Testament was the coming of the Messiah but the big question is “when”. The Gospels were written about the life and times of Jesus. The synoptic view of Matthew, Mark, and Luke can also to be said on how they got their information as in straight from the source or second hand from other people. As for John, John had some similarities but not enough to be considered together with other writers of the Gospels. John had a different view of Jesus because of the very close relationship they had together....   [tags: Bible, New Testament, Jesus, Christianity]

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Criticizing The New Testament Paper

- Criticizing the New Testament Paper Therefore, the big news mentioned in the Old Testament was the coming of the Messiah, but the big question is “when”. The Gospels were written about the life and times of Jesus. The synoptic view of Matthew, Mark, and Luke can also to be said about how they got their information as in straight from the source or second hand from other people. As for John, John had some similarities, but not enough to be considered together with other writers of the Gospels. John had a different view of Jesus because of the very close relationship they had together....   [tags: Jesus, New Testament, Bible, Christianity]

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America 's New York City

- It is hard to pin point one important aspect from a diaspora community, but if you look at them individually you can learn so much. These diasporic community and even New York City as a whole have a sense of nationalism, “which are united people of similar language, religion, culture, and history,” (the year of revolution notes) who are proud of where they came from and who they represent now. New York City has always been increasingly growing to become a foreign city, and each year more and more foreigners claim that city to be their home....   [tags: New York City, Statue of Liberty, New York]

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The New Testament

- In this essay, I would like to address the trend of how people’s mindsets’ have led to misinterpretation of the situation which has in turn led to the rejection of God. In the above scripture, Israel rejects God as their king and asks for God to appoint them an earthly king. The New Testament sees the rejection of Jesus as the prophesied saviour because He did not fit their profile of the saviour. In today’s contemporary society, many people carry the same attitude of the Israelites that God does not understand and that we know better....   [tags: Bible, New Testament, God, Old Testament]

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The New Testament

- It’s sometimes difficult to understand why the Jews of the New Testament didn’t just believe Jesus straightaway. Instead, He had to deal with doubts and propaganda from them, especially the Sadducees and Pharisees. But we have to remember the events of the Bible did not occur in a vacuum but in fact are part of the tapestry of the world’s history. There’s an estimated 300 to 400 years between the end of the Old Testament and the start of the New Testament. When Jesus comes on the scene, the Jews are under forced Roman rule which includes the presence of Roman soldiers as part of their everyday life....   [tags: Jesus, New Testament, Christianity, Old Testament]

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The New Testament

- We have covered several books of the New Testament in the following weeks. One of the questions we dealt with was what does rapture mean. "Paul wrote about the rapture mainly to comfort Thessalonian Christians who had been recently bereaved by the death of loved ones (see Thessalonians 4:13). They did not have doubts that those would someday be resurrected. But they were grieving because they thought their loved ones would miss experiencing the glorious events attending Christ 's return. Their big questions were, WHEN we will be resurrected, and HOW will it happen." The rapture is the return of Jesus to gather up the church....   [tags: New Testament, Bible, Jesus, Paul of Tarsus]

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The Big Three Religions Of New World

- In a world where full of choices and competition, it only makes since that religion should be full of options as well. The big three religions in the world were founded well over 1000 years ago, and were born in a much different time period in which people live in today. New World Religions are the missing puzzle piece for some who do not feel at home with the worlds older Religions. New world religions have some benefits as they provide religious practices based out of the modern world. By using science and the study of nature, new world religions help some find religions who do not feel at home with the worlds older religions....   [tags: Religion, New religious movement]

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No Control of Happiness in Brave New World

- Brave New World, acknowledges government control which results in the failure of a society. It is a world created where everything is under control, being observed, and synthetic. The society was manufactured in a test tube therefore, it was factory made. The people were born and developed in the test tubes, so their human nature became adapted so an individual cannot identify or approach it. Every little detail of a person's life is prearranged. These people's lives revolve around their community, their existence, and security; never their individual happiness....   [tags: Brave New World Essays]

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Modern New Religious Movements ( Nrms )

- Modern New Religious Movements (NRMs) have been around since the turn of the nineteenth century. Today there are some serious NRMs out there and then some that may just be the fad of the moment . . . like the hemline with not much of a personal commitment. Britannica defines NRMs as “the generally accepted term for what is sometimes called, often with pejorative connotations, a “cult.” The term new religious movement has been applied to all new faiths that have arisen worldwide over the past several centuries....   [tags: Religion, New religious movement]

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Comparing Jesus And Paul On The New Testament

- Jesus and Paul are two crucial characters in the New Testament. They both depict the Gospel on which Christianity is based upon, but there is debate about rather these two versions of the Gospel are complementary. Scholars like George Shaw claim that Paul is “anti-Christian,” and he “produced a fantastic theology” (Shaw 415-416). On the other hand, I believe that even though Jesus and Paul may present the Gospel different at times, they are still advocating the same religion. Through the understanding of the Gospels and Paul’s letters it is clear that Jesus and Paul have the same underlining goals and values....   [tags: New Testament, Christianity, Bible]

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Sports Culture in New Zealand: Rugby

- Sports Culture in New Zealand Perspective Sport Culture rugby, in particular plays a major role in the creation of New Zealand’s national identity over the past 140 years. New Zealand is identifiable with its strong ties to Rugby on an international scale. Introduced as contact sport by European men it grew, Rugby Union Clubs began to emerge in cities and towns all over the nation. Sport culture allowed pakeha and Maori to unite, as previously the solidarity of New Zealand culture dwindled beneath the Maori Land Wars of the 19th century....   [tags: Sports, Rugby, New Zealand]

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The Nonfulfillment of New Haven’s Aspirations

- Between the early to mid 1600’s, British outcasts had begun to venture out to North America to seek religious freedom. However, many of these settlers weren’t making the perilous voyage across the Atlantic for solely religious reasons. The colony of New Haven was an organized settlement that was both religiously and economically inclined. However, despite their unity and good work ethic, the colony was unable to achieve much significance by the turn of the century. Ever since the colonists arrived in New Haven, they encountered many difficulties that at first thwarted them from creating a thriving economy, and eventually shattered what hopes they had of creating the strong and influential ha...   [tags: New Haven, Davenport, puritans]

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New York City - Original Writing

- Dear cockroaches who attacked me, on the streets of Brooklyn, New York City, I hate you, I hate you in ways you wouldn’t imagine, I’m not sure you have an imagination. But that’s beside the point. Before I get to bashing you I just want to tell you a little about myself, speaking of the circumstances we didn’t get the proper introduction. I’m a Chicago girl, I’ve only come across bugs when every I go into basements and I can tell you I don’t do that much often. I’ve been afraid of butterflies, grass hoppers and other insects since well who knows when....   [tags: New York City, Chicago]

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Victoria's New Defense to Homicide Laws

- I INTRODUCTION Since the abolishment of provocation, Victoria’s defensive homicide laws have been viewed as more equal and accessible. Although they are criticized in some aspects, the defensive homicide laws that New South Wales hold are viewed as outdated and gender-bias, therefore leading to the conclusion that Victoria should retain its current law, instead of favoring that in NSW. II DEFENCES TO HOMICIDE IN VICTORIA: PRIOR TO 2005 Prior to 2005, Victoria and NSW shared similar defences to homicide, including that of provocation....   [tags: New South Wales legislature]

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New France

- Location The location of New France was North America. North America was an area colonized by France which stretched from New Foundland to Hudson Bay to the Rocky Mountains all the way down to the Gulf of Mexico. All the territory was divided into 5 different colonies and those colonies were: Canada, Acadia, Hudson Bay, New Foundland(Plaisance), and Louisiana. Why Did Settlers Come to New France. Some settlers came for jobs and others came because either the king was going to give them money....   [tags: New France]

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A Brave New World

- In this world where people can acquire anything they need or want, we have to wonder, “Is the government controlling us?” Both the governments in A Brave New World and in the United States of America offer birth control pills and have abortion clinics that are available for everyone, thus making birth control pills and abortion operations very easy to acquire. Although both governments offer birth control pills and abortion clinics, A Brave New World’s government requires everyone to take the pills and immediately get an abortion when pregnant....   [tags: A Brave New World, Govenrment Control]

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The New Orleans, Louisiana

- New Orleans, Louisiana is a naturally diverse city where delicious food, jazz and creative people meet. On May 07, 1718 a Frenchman by the name of Sieur de Bienville founded the prudent port city of New Orleans which is also measured five feet below sea level. The city of New Orleans was named in honor of the Duke of Orleans that very same year. New Orleans is described to be a human gumbo because of its unique collaboration of ethnicities and occupations. The demographics of the populace of the city of is primarily made up of French, Spanish, African American and Caribbean descendants....   [tags: New Orleans, Louisiana, Hurricane Katrina]

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New Forms of Communications

- To begin explaining this construct that has emerged since the digital media appeared, and during the last decade has been strengthened because of the new creation of digital devices and new forms of communication and use of technological tools, it is convenient to make clear first the concept of the term literacy itself, which according to Kern (2000, p. 16) “Literacy is the use of socially-, historically-, and culturally-situated practices of creating and interpreting meaning through texts. It entails at least a tacit awareness of the relationships between textual conventions and their contexts of use and, ideally, the ability to reflect critically on those relationships....   [tags: new digital devices, digital literacy]

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The New Immigrants Of The United States

- particularly in the western states and regions. He urged Germans to get away from the political mayhem and constrained financial chances of Germany to begin another, more liberated life on the American prairie. Coming to America: “New” Immigrants (1870-1920) The "new" influx of settlers came to America between the 1870 's and the 1920 's. These outsiders came in expansive numbers from southern and eastern European nations, for example, Italy, Greece, Poland, and Russia and in addition Asian countries like China....   [tags: New York City, United States, Eastern Europe]

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A New Deal For The American People

- In his book, A New Deal for the American People, Roger Biles analyzes the programs of the New Deal in regards to their impact on the American society as a whole. He discusses the successes and failures of the New Deal policy, and highlights the role it played in the forming of American history. He claims that the New Deal reform preserved the foundation of American federalism and represented the second American Revolution. Biles argues that despite its little reforms and un-revolutionary programs, the New Deal formed a very limited system with the creation of four stabilizers that helped to prevent another depression and balance the economy....   [tags: Great Depression, New Deal, Franklin D. Roosevelt]

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Development Of Repentance And The New Testament

- Outline • Introduction • Thesis statement • Development of repentance in the Old Testament • Development of repentance in the New Testament • Table showing the timeline of the Old and the New Testament • Areas of dispute • Conclusion Introduction Repentance in general refers to that act of remorsefulness or regretting from what you have done. In the bible, repentance has been greatly covered in both the Old and the New Testament (Maranville 1). The New Testament has a total of twenty seven books with some of them touching on the repentance as a topic....   [tags: Jesus, Bible, Christian terms, New Testament]

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Art And Architecture : The New Age

- For as long as humanity has existed, art and architecture has played an intricate role in society. The early individuals of this world utilized wall paintings as a means of expressing their emotions and daily rituals. Furthermore, architecture, while serving first and foremost as a means of creating proper shelters and establishments, it also gave way to a new method of showing creativity in a bold physical appearance. With the development of Catholicism, new ideologies came to be, therefore uttering a new age, a means of seeing the world in a different perspective....   [tags: New Testament, Christianity, Old Testament, Bible]

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Analysis Of ' Brave New World '

- In Brave New World, it is necessary for the characters to have sex with multiple partners as a way to satisfy their emotional needs, namely love, and this contentedness takes away reasons for starting a rebellion. Early in the text, the Director of the Hatchery in London leads a group of aspiring around the lab as he explains: “Family, monogamy, romance. Everywhere exclusiveness, a narrow channeling of impulse and energy. ‘But everyone belongs to everyone else,’ [Mustapha] concluded, citing the hypnopaedic proverb” (Huxley 40)....   [tags: Nineteen Eighty-Four, Brave New World]

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Family Structure Of The New Zealand

- Family Structure In Auckland, New Zealand In Aukland, New Zealand or in general,family life is much so similar to western countries and the U.S.A. Even though their social values are different from ours, with social class system implemented from poverty,middle & upper middle class and then rich, they share similar family structures. They on the other hand have a firm belief in social equality,and don’t have a strong class systems nor major social tensions. They are friendly and respectable people, Aukland The biggest city is where asians,pacific islanders and immigrants have settled....   [tags: Marriage, Same-sex marriage, Wedding, New Zealand]

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The Old Testament And New Testament

- Old Testament Final how the Old Testament and New Testament are related. All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: One of the ways we know that the Old Testament and the New Testament are related is the both contain the infallible written word of God. (2 Timothy 3:16) (Myers) The affiliation between the Old Testament and the New Testament echoes both the endurance and incoherence amongst the Christian and Israelite....   [tags: New Testament, Bible, Jesus, Old Testament]

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New Deal And The Paradigm Shift

- Elena Pearson Mrs. Bowman and Ms. Combs AP Language and Composition, Block 6 US History, Block 4 April 13, 2015 New Deal and the Paradigm Shift in Federal Government In the early 1900’s, the Great Depression began and had devastating effects on many American citizens. People who were once proud, independent people began to look for help from those around them, having no means to provide for themselves and to their welfare and good being. The Federal Government that was originally uninvolved with citizens’ matters started to look for ways to help the American people and the New Deal program was created....   [tags: New Deal, Great Depression, Franklin D. Roosevelt]

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Digital The Digital Of New Zealand

- 3. Digital landscape in New Zealand To understand the digital landscape in New Zealand first we need to look some information about the country according to Statistics New Zealand there are 4,242,028 estimate residentsPeople (2013 Census, 2013)that corresponds 0.06% of the world population or is the 127 on the list of countries by population. We can understand this information that New Zealand is a small country when we talk about population and that reflects that according to Ministry of business 97% (459,300) of enterprises in New Zealand are Small Business and 69% (326,000) of the business have no employees(Ministry of business, 2014)....   [tags: Marketing, New Zealand, Small business, Business]

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The Poverty Of New York City

- There are so many people suffering in New York City and around the world because they are unable to afford basic necessities for themselves and their families; many are living well below the poverty level. This is because New York City has a major income gap, the biggest gap in any county in the United States (Roberts, 2014). Over the past twenty years, the income gap has just gone up and will continue to rise if we do not find out why it is happening and how to stop it. According to Roberts (2014), “The top 5 percent of households earned 864,394, or 88 times as much as the poorest 20 percent…” (pg.1)....   [tags: Poverty, United States, New York City]

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The Expansion Of A New City

- In the early 1900’s the dense urban living is greatly affecting Europe. The popularity of the automobile is slowly beginning to rise amongst the every day citizen and there are already raised train railways. The European Futurist are looking to raze old cities to create more space for a new city, and maximize efficiency of space, and there are also the proponents for the Garden City looking to lessen the congestion of cities and promote a healthier lifestyle. The European Futurists envisioned a city that was “…active, mobile, and everywhere dynamic, and the modern building like a gigantic machine.” This city was to be modern, demolishing the old city that existed and abolishing ornamentat...   [tags: City, Industrial Revolution, New York City]

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The City Of New York City

- The city was blinding me with shining lights that you could see from space. It was glistening in the night and dull by day. There were cars parked all alongside the streets and traffic jams every corner. The place that I visited was New York City over the summer about three years ago. My mom and I stayed with my aunt who lives in Poughkeepsie, which is about thirty minutes outside of New York City. Poughkeepsie is a small town that you find outside of a big city, it was a small family owned shops that consisted of knick knacks and second-hand stores....   [tags: New York City, Empire State Building, Manhattan]

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The Old Testament And New Testament

- Who wrote the Bible. I can assure you that not many people have ever really asked themselves this question and really looked behind it to find out the answer. Several people have probably never wondered who since when they think of the Bible, they think of God. “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” I can personally say I have never really thought about who wrote it, since I have always believed it was God himself. For me the Bible is more than just a book, it is a word of God....   [tags: New Testament, Old Testament, Jesus, Bible]

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Pitching For The New York Yankees

- When people think of baseball, pitchers normally come to mind: starters, relief pitchers and then there are the closers. The closer is a crucial asset for a baseball team, without an outstanding closer a team could fold in the last inning of the game. To be a great closer, one must have excellent control, the ability to outwit a batter, and movement on their pitches. In order to be remembered as one of the all-time greatest closers, they must have the statistics as well as effective pitches. Mariano Rivera, the most well-known closer for the New York Yankees, was able to use his background to further his love for baseball by accomplishing many goals set during his career while also setting...   [tags: Major League Baseball, New York Yankees]

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