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Redeye 's 24 Hour Production Of Shrek

- Redeye’s 24 Hour production of Shrek: The Musical can be defined as a performance. Although normally deemed as a musical event or sports game, essentially, a performance is an event that can captivate an audience which consists of an action, interaction or relationship. The performances can be planned and practiced or be spontaneously done at one’s aggression. Performances normally involve multiple participants as well as spectators and change the identity of the performer. Redeye’s 24 Hour production of Shrek: The Musical can be properly called a performance because the ensemble, both actors, directors, managers, and stage crew, diligently worked for twenty-four hours timelessly rehearing,...   [tags: Performance, Audience, Normal distribution]

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Evaluating a Production of Othello

- Evaluating a Production of Othello The Royal Exchange Company put on the version of Othello we watched and it was directed by Braham Murray. It was approximately three hours long. The cast was: Lorraine Ashbourne Emilia John Branwell Brabantio / 2nd Gentleman John Cording Lodvico / 1st Gentleman Emma Darwell-smith Desdemona Paterson Joseph Othello Katherine Kelly Bianca Richard Metcalfe Montano / Senator Joseph Murray Cassio Andy Serkis Iago Sam Sprunell Roderigo Will Tacey Duke / Gratiano Ben Toye Officer / Gentleman Dan Willis Ensemble Officer The play opens with a completely black stage....   [tags: Papers]

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Production Report on Thriller Film

- Production Report on Thriller Film For my production unit, I chose Brief 1: Thriller Film. This is due to my interest in them and the confidence I have in producing my own, which I found from GCSE television advertising work and in my ability to deconstruct existing films. In order to fulfil my brief successfully, I had to perform several areas of research, which will make the product look like products in real life and show that I know and can use the appropriate codes and conventions....   [tags: Papers]

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Drama Production of Blood Brothers

- Drama Production of Blood Brothers Preparation. For our drama production on open day we preformed four scenes from "Blood Brothers" by Willy Russell. Firstly we discussed which scenes we would like do to and why. We eventually decided to act out the opening scenes of the play so that our audience could really get a feel for what the play was about and get to know the characters better as they would only be able to get a sample of the character. We then cut some of the lines and scenes that we didn't think would be necessary for the message that we where trying to get across....   [tags: Blood Brothers Essays]

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Film Production of a Thriller

- Film Production of a Thriller The opening sequence of a new thriller, including the titles, aimed at a 15 or 18 certificate audience (approximately two minutes duration). SECTION ONE. We began the ball rolling, by researching into target audiences . To begin with we got information from the BFI (British Board of Film Classification), on the two film certificates 15 and 18. We finally chose the certificate that would allow us to manipulate audiences in the best possible way. In the end the final decision went with the 18 certificate , It allowed us more freedom of speech and we agreed it allowed us to use more conventions that are expected in a thriller....   [tags: Papers]

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Agricultural Determinism: How Mode of Production Shapes Society

- Of all the natural variables in the development of culture in the New World, none have had so great an impact as those that determined the rise and spread of agriculture as the primary mode of food production. The adoption of agriculture allowed the earliest societies of North America to have surpluses of their most valuable resources. These surpluses allowed those within the community to be able to spend time on tasks unrelated to food production for the first time. This led to the development of many of mankind's foundational inventions, and gave way to the kind of occupation specialization that we see in society today....   [tags: the impact of agriculture on the world]

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The Production of Knowledge in both the Arts and the Natural Sciences

- Production of knowledge is generally seen in a positive light. However, when ethics and morality become involved in the process of production, judgements will undoubtedly be made that may seem to limit the availability of that knowledge. Ethical judgements are made by the combination of a knower, his or her standard of value, and the situation itself. In the field of the arts and natural sciences, ethics plays a crucial role in the extent one may possibly be allowed to go to when discovering new knowledge....   [tags: ethical judgements, methods, limits]

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The Market Revolution Caused The Decline Of Small Scale Production

- The market revolution caused the decline in small-scale production for local use into a rise in large-scale production in manufacturing. The market revolution is the expansion of the marketplace that occurred in early nineteenth century, the construction of new roads and canals that interconnected for the first time. The Erie Canal provided a successful source of transportation, states got involved and spent money into the transportation networks that stimulated economic growth. With the rise of the economic growth there comes problems....   [tags: United States, Economics, Industrial Revolution]

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The Triumph of Food Production over Hunting and Gathering

- ... “The main cost of children in this [foraging] context is that women have great difficulty carrying two or more young children at once, and therefore prefer to space births at least four years apart.” Women that don’t have to go and constantly gather food are able to watch their children more, and because they are living in one place they can have children at an increased rate. Returning to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, the first set of needs has been discussed. It is seen that they are possibly met in both types of societies, but easily maintained in food producing societies....   [tags: evolution of civilization and man]

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Lean Production And Activity Based Management ( Abm )

- most companies are blindsided to this factThe articles talk about lean production and Activity Based Management (ABM), their benefits, how to implement them and challenges faced during the implementation process. Analysis: First step in the (ABM) process is search for low and no value activities within each office process, because those process could be either eliminated or outsourced to a vendor. I totally agree with this step because the vendor might has the resources and expertise required to perform them with cheaper cost than it would be if were performed internally....   [tags: Financial audit, Auditing, Audit, Implementation]

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John Caird's Vision for His Production of Hamlet

- ... 27 Oct. 2013. Google. Clay, Carolyn. “Down-to-earth Dane: Simon Russell Beale’s Hamlet is a mensch.” The Phoenix (Boston). 19-26 Apr. 2001. Phoenix Media/Communications Group. Web. 27 Oct. 2013. Google. Crompton, Sarah. “How to play Hamlet.” The Telegraph. 28 Apr. 2001. Telegraph Media Group. Web. 27 Oct. 2013. Google. Filipski, Kevin. “Hamlet On Wry.” The Brooklyn Paper. Community Newspaper Group. 28 May 2001. Web. 27 Oct. 2013. Google. Gamerman, Amy. “Theater: This Too Too Solid Flesh --- John Caird's `Hamlet' Reveals A Cuddly, New Age Guy; A Soft Gut and a Soft Heart.” The Wall Street Journal (New York)....   [tags: Shakespear goes to the movies]

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Production Sharing And Buyback Contract On Oil Industry

- Student Name:
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Literature Review Word Count:   Production Sharing and Buyback Contract on oil industry, which one is more valuable for the government in developing countries. Over the century, oil is remaining the dominant source of the hydrocarbon energy among the world countries. Government and oil companies create numerous calculation methods in accordance to find a best method that beneficial for both sides. Prompted by the article of Pongsiri (2004), many articles has review the calculation methods the cost distribution of oil exploration and exploitation....   [tags: Petroleum, ExxonMobil, Contract]

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Production of Alcohol by Fermentation

- Production of Alcohol by Fermentation Introduction/ Aim: Yeasts are microbes that produce carbon dioxide and alcohol from sugars. This is called fermentation. In this assignment I am going to try two methods of making alcohol from fruit juice (apple juice). One uses ‘free’ yeast cells; the other uses ‘immobilized’ yeast cells. The process of using microorganisms to make useful products from an energy source is called fermentation. This is carried out in large vessels (open or closed) called fermenters....   [tags: Papers]

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International Firms And The Globalization Of Their Sourcing, Production, And Marketing

- 4. Discuss the forces that are leading international firms to the globalization of their sourcing, production, and marketing. Globalization is huge part of the success of some the biggest firms today, from Apple, General Electric, to Google. It allows a business to develop international. It allows reduced costs by maximizing production known product lines, allowing to expand into different markets gives a more competitive edge and expanding to new technology helps to increase to a bigger company, having more political edge within trade agreements....   [tags: International trade, United States, Unemployment]

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Reducing and Controlling The Impact Factory Production on the Environment

- ... This may be due to less understanding or engaging themselves to one direction that is economical profitability. Changing perspectives of the impacts of the cement production especially on top management bodies is the first step to bring reducing and controlling mechanism. In addition, according the data from the local inhabitants the majority (65.0%) are illiterate. This shows they have no ability to mitigate or adapt the consequence of cement production. Therefore, the factor better to focus on preparing capacitating strategies to train the local community....   [tags: greenery activities, renewable energy]

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Agricultural Methods For Food Production And Distribution Across The World

- The saying goes, “the Earth does not belong to man. Man belongs to the Earth”. Society needs to remember that they do not create or sustain Mother Earth. Instead of seeking to dominate and control Earth, humanity needs to respect and protect the environment. In order to survive, an individual requires food, water and clean air. The only way to achieve sustainability is by taking care of the planet which in turn, produces the fruits and gives society the resources it needs to survive. When the agricultural revolution occurred and reached the United States, it helped produce large amounts of food to feed the growing population....   [tags: Agriculture, Agricultural economics]

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The World Of Production, By Karl Marx And Friedrich Engels

- In the world of production, rarely is anything produced with innocent curiosity. One may believe that products are produced as and when they are demanded. However, the demand for a product is the first step in production. Desire is the first product and is that which produces an object to be consumed. This leads to exploitation of both consumers—who believe they are receiving what they freely demanded—and the workers—who create the product under taxing conditions and receive little retribution. This is a common but often unseen practice in contemporary culture....   [tags: Karl Marx, Marxism, Communism, Friedrich Engels]

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Energy Sources Of Solar Hydrogen Production For A Large Scale

- Harvesting renewable energy sources has become an increasing demand to meet the global energy consumption. Hydrogen is an ideal renewable energy source that can be stored, transportable, and convertible to electricity using fuel cells as clean energy source without producing CO2. A key challenge, however, is to produce cost-effective and environmentally friendly renewable hydrogen for a large scale. To this end, many researchers are developing advanced process to produce hydrogen from a sustainable resource....   [tags: Solar cell, Renewable energy, Fossil fuel]

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The Triumph of Food Production over Hunting and Gathering

- The human race was once completely dependent on hunting and gathering as its source for caloric intake. But today, that is not the case. We live in a society where that is continuously becoming more global, and that large, global population is being supported by modern food production. But what factors caused this switch to take place. The main contributors, over the last several thousand year, were the increase in calorie yield, the stability, and the benefits derived from domesticate-able animals that all result from food production....   [tags: caloric intake, self-actualization]

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The Consequences of Factory Farms and Animal Product Production

- In American society today, animal consumption has become a primary source of food in everyday, family life. It is common to have meat on the table two to three meals a day, but the problem with this is the demand for meat and dairy products has increased greatly, creating a need for faster production. Factory farms, also known as confined animal feeding operations (CAFOS,) have been the solution created by the food industry to meet the demands of consumers. This research exposes the consequences of the mass production of animals....   [tags: Meat, Inhumane]

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Effects of Human Capital on Maize Production in Ghana

- ... The following were the scope of the GLSS 5: • Household: Housing characteristics, agricultural inputs, crop production, expenditure on food items consumed, assets, savings and loans; • Individuals: Demographic characteristics like education, health, economic activity, migration and tourism of individuals in the household; and • Community: Demographic characteristics of rural communities, economy and infrastructure, education, health and agriculture. Works Cited Becker, G. S. 1964. Human Capital: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis....   [tags: agriculture, economic growth and development]

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Glycolysis : An Essential Anaerobic Pathway For Atp Production

- 1. Glycolysis is an essential anaerobic pathway for ATP production in the body. There are various steps and processes that occur and lead to the production of various products and most importantly ATP. Let’s dive right into it and get started on the process of glycolysis. Glycolysis occurs in the cytosol of the cell and can be divided into three different phases, which include sugar activation, sugar cleavage, and lastly sugar oxidation and ATP formation. The first steps in glycolysis require ATP to get started, this can be thought of as the investment phase of glycolysis....   [tags: Cellular respiration, Adenosine triphosphate]

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Population Density Of Yucca Mcnenny Game Production Area

- Population Density of Yucca—McNenny Game Production Area, South Dakota Introduction Throughout the Great Plains and the Southwestern United States, Yucca glauca (yucca), is a common and widely distributed evergreen shrub. Within South Dakota, yucca can be found in a wide range of environments, including open prairies, forested regions, and harsh environments with limited access to water. The McNenny Game Production area, west of Spearfish, contains a prairie-like habitat with a variety of soil conditions, making it an ideal location to examine....   [tags: Statistics, Normal distribution]

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Why I Chose Media Studies Production

- I have always been fascinated by the written word, whether it be on television or in a magazine, the way in which we communicate our ideas and emotions via the 27 characters of the English language is a feat in and of itself. This is one of the many reasons why I chose Media Studies Production as one of my majors at Temple University. I am overjoyed to study the art of media in the School of Media and Communication and I intend to apply my skills in service of the world at large. While words and written media have been a concentration of mine, I have had a limited exposure to the production side of my practicum....   [tags: Media studies, Communication studies, Sociology]

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We Must Stop Industrial Food Production

- In the United States, the methods that food has been brought to market, engineered, and profited from is a point of intense debate and differing opinions. While no doubt remains that the growing population of country has created a need for cheap, reliable techniques of food production, the outcry against large corporate presence have fueled dissent. The idea of an Agrarian society, as championed by Thomas Jefferson, was supplanted by a commercial society long ago. The Industrial and Agriculture Revolutions began the trend of modernizing farming techniques and the influence of corporations have resulted in a highly efficient industry that is capable of meeting the demands of our people...   [tags: Cons of Factory Farming]

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Lean Production And Kaizen

- LEAN PRODUCTION – THE TOYOTA WAY Lean production is an approach to production developed in Japan. Toyota, the Japanese car manufacturer was the company that invented lean production. The whole aim of lean production is to reduce the quantity of resources used up in production. By doing this, lean production uses less of - factory space, materials, stocks, suppliers, labour, capital and time. Lean production reduces costs, increases efficiency and output and improves motivation. Lean production involves using a range of practices designed to reduce waste and improve productivity and quality....   [tags: Business Manufacturing]

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Elements of Lean Production

- Introduction "Lean" production theory was first used in Japanese factories. The Toyota production system is especially admired as a highly successful use of "lean" techniques. In general, lean production refers to manufacturing processes that improve upon mass production techniques to reduce cost, reduce time to produce, improve quality, and better respond to market demands. The benefits of lean production techniques have been documented in several studies, including a worldwide study of automotive industry....   [tags: MBA Applications]

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Flame-Retardant Compounds Increase Smoke Production

- Flame-retardant compounds are designed to decrease the flammability of polymeric materials but in many cases the presence of flame retardants in the polymeric materials increases smoke production and toxicity of degradation products. Smoke evolution and the degradation products, either particulate or gaseous is an important aspect of fire hazard. Smoke is defined as a cloud of particles individually invisible but due to light scattering and/or absorption of light, the particles appear opaque. It occurs due to incomplete combustion of the polymeric materials....   [tags: combustion, cotton, decomposition]

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Review of Macbeth Production

- Review of Macbeth Production On the 28th October 2002, I went to see a production of William Shakespeare's Macbeth, starring Sean Bean as Macbeth, and directed by Edward Hall. I was looking forward to seeing this particular production, as I am a huge fan of Lord Of the Rings, and was excited about seeing one of the cast on stage, and because of Sean Bean's performance in the film, I had high expectations of the play. The play opened with a massive thunder crack that had a large part of the audience (or, at the least our school party) accidentally throwing their sweets over the row in front of them in pure shock....   [tags: Papers]

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Showboat - Production Critique

- This paper is a critique of a production of Show Boat, a musical classic with compositions by Jerome Kern and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, which was performed and produced by NETworks Presentations LLC at Emens Auditorium on the 14th of February 2001. Clayton Phillips, the director of the production, attempted to test the waters of racial discrimination by exploring controversial themes such as prejudice and interracial relationships. Show Boat takes an enlightened approach to ethnic controversy by using both music and drama to express the feelings and hopes of the characters to the audience....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Practical Production Evaluative Commentary.

- Practical Production Evaluative Commentary PLANNING * The aim of the media text was to create an effective and well organized video informing ITV of the teacher's award. * The audience we aimed at was the pupils in our class and the few teachers who may be watching, but generally for the pupils. * The research and planning undertaken was spread out evenly between our group. I was researching the technical side to our presentation, for example the cameras we can use the software facilities etc....   [tags: Papers]

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production and cost curve

- Production/Cost Curves Every company has some kind of Revenue and they all have costs that are associated with running the company. It is also true that if a company wants to increase their Revenue, their costs will increase too. It is every company’s goal to maximize revenue and either through Production or Services, and minimize cost. These things are easy to figure out, but actually identifying the production and figuring out how it will increase or decrease with change is very difficult....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Production Of Olive Oil

- Production Of Olive Oil INTRODUCTION Olive oil is a pale yellow to greenish oil extracted from the fruit of the European olive tree (Olea europaea L.), which originated in the Mediterranean area. The olive is originally native to the eastern Mediterranean region but the cultivated form is now grown throughout that area and in other parts of the world with Mediterranean-type climates. It hardens at refrigerator temperatures - around 10 degrees F. Today a market certainly exists for olive oil, since the U.S....   [tags: Foods Process Essays]

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Scottish Widow Production Report

- Scottish Widow Production Report BRIEF: to produce the opening of a new thriller, including titles, aimed at a 15 or 18 certificate audiences. Mainstream audiences are still characteristically thought of (by Hollywood mainstream producers) as 18-25 and male, but recently there has been some evidence of lowering the age to 15 and recognising that a mainstream audience includes women. The use of mise-en-scene in thrillers to create suspense is approached in many different ways....   [tags: Papers]

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Film and video production

- Film and Video Production: Becoming the Future of the Silver Screen Every so often a movie is released with such tense anticipation and glamorous visual art that the public is drawn to this dramatic rendition of life in the theatre. For even just two hours or so, you are put into a different lifestyle. Action, drama or comedy it may be. We are thrust into a different way of thinking. We are forced to learn the characters thoughts and feelings. The hard work and artistic skill that goes into these magnificent films is not an easy thing to mimic....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Gas Production by Yeast

- Gas Production by Yeast The apparatus we used in the first experiment are as follows: Syringe, fresh yeast, three solutions of glucose at concentrations of 1%, 5% and 10%, enamel dish, boss head, small crystallising dish, glass rod, spatula, 10cm measuring cylinder, stop clock, thermometers and a water bath. Prediction I predict that as I increase the concentration of glucose, the more bubbles will be produced. Method My partner and I placed one spatula of fresh yeast into a glass beaker, 5cm3 of 1% glucose was added to the beaker slowly bit at a time, my partner and I mixed the two together thoroughly....   [tags: Papers]

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Banana Production

- Banana Production 1. BANANAS: THE PRODUCTION CHAIN In 1996 world production of the most important fruits was around 400 million tons. Bananas compete with grapes for second place behind citrus, both accounting for 13-14% of total world fresh fruit production. Banana production has been increasing by around 3% per year over the last decade. Bananas are grown in all tropical regions and are one of the oldest known fruits. Because they are used as a staple food, they are of importance for domestic consumption, growing quickly and being harvested the whole year round....   [tags: Papers]

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Mass Production

- Mass Production Mass production is the manufacture of products of uniform quality in large quantities using a standardised mechanical process or assembly line. After a short post-war depression, the American economy grew rapidly in the early 1920s. By 1926, the standard of living in the USA was the highest it had ever been in the country's history and America was officially the richest nation in the world. Natural resources such as oil were abundant and this gave the USA an advantage that no other country enjoyed at that level....   [tags: Economics]

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Production Pit

- Production Pit Zizek wants to know of Tarkovsky, “Does his cinematic materialism effectively provide the adequate “objective correlative” for his narrative of spiritual quest and sacrifice, or does it secretly subvert his narrative?” (254). He looks to Tarkovsky’s writings, which he takes as Russian obscurantist religious mysticism, but ignores the answers already present in Tarkovsky’s film. The basic dynamic he considers is a questioning of the relationship between two given elements of the film, its narrative theme (which Zizek takes as an overall gnosticism, along the theological lines that spirituality demands moving up and away from the body) and its textured visual/aural...   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Production Notes

- Production Notes Preface The slides and video that are found on this web site are recordings of a production of Measure for Measure mounted at the College of the Holy Cross in the fall of 1996. In February, 1997, the production was re-mounted at Brandeis University as part of the American College Theatre Festival. The following notes formed the conceptual basis for the production. First Response In the final months of the twentieth century, Measure provides us with a searing allegory about a society that is divided severely along economic and social lines....   [tags: College Theatre Festival Papers]

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Production Report

- Production Report Planning At the beginning of our Foundation Production, we were given four scenarios which we could do; they were a Thriller Movie, a Children’s Television Programme, A magazine or a Radio Advert. After looking at them carefully, I decided to produce an opening sequence of a Thriller Movie. The sequence had to be at least two minutes long. For this I had to Analysis three existing Media Texts, make a storyboard for my movie, a script for the story, planning a schedule, making the actual production, etc....   [tags: Papers]

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cocaine production

- Cocaine Production in Columbia Columbia is the largest coca producing country in the world. Over 70% of our nation’s cocaine is produced and manufactured in Columbia (“battles won” 1). The cocaine production in Columbia is different than the rest of the Andean countries because it is grown on plots of land that are gigantic, whereas in Peru and Bolivia coca is grown on small plots of land. Cocaine producing plants are poor farmer’s biggest cash crop. Battles are fought every day between the government and farmers over thousands of acres that produce the raw material for cocaine....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Production Planning

- Production Planning Introduction The intention of this project is to demonstrate the function of production planning in a non - artificial environment. Through this simulation we are able to forecast, with a degree of certainty the monthly requirements for end products, subassemblies, parts and raw materials. We are supplied with information that we are to base our decisions on. The manufacturer depicted in this simulation was actually a General Electric facility that produced black and white television sets Syracuse, New York....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Food Production

- Over the 10,000 years since agriculture began to be developed, peoples everywhere have discovered the food value of wild plants and animals, and domesticated and bred them. The most important crops are cereals such as wheat, rice, barley, corn, and rye; sugarcane and sugar beets; meat animals such as sheep, cattle, goats, and pigs or swine; poultry such as chickens, ducks, and turkeys; animal products such as milk, cheese, and eggs; and nuts and oils. Fruits, vegetables, and olives are also major foods for people....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Evaluation of a Strategy for Increase in Car Production

- Evaluation of a Strategy for Increase in Car Production The Morgan motor company is a small conservative company that is based in the north of England that is a producer of hand made, high quality cars. The purpose of the strategy is to identify the cause of the problem that is currently meaning that Morgan can only produce around nine cars per week. Despite this the company has much strength in the way that it operates, for example the company has a background of being very traditional....   [tags: Papers]

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Media Production Write-Up

- Media Production Write-Up The title of our piece we produced is “flash back” My group consisted of umar hanif, haseeb yasin, sohail javed, raheel bashir, micahel edwards and my self. We all agreed to create the opening ten minutes of a film. When working in a group with more than two people there will always be some disagreement due to contrasting ideas. This will inevitability causes difficulty with particular aspects with the film’s production. Finally after much debate our story is based on gang war....   [tags: Papers]

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Potential for Large Scale Ethanol Production

- Potential for Large Scale Ethanol Production Recent legislation by the Congress of the United States has created a mandate for 5 billion gallons of renewable fuel (notably ethanol) to be consumed annually by 2015. In light of this recent push for alternative fuels, many different biomass solutions have been considered to meet the energy need for the 200 million cars on the road. While the most efficient bio-fuels are derived from palm oil and sugarcane, the Unites States has begun to focus on the more regional corn crops to produce new renewable fuels....   [tags: Renewable Fuel Ethanol Essays Papers]

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The Production Techniques of Whitby Morrison Ltd

- The Production Techniques of Whitby Morrison Ltd On Tuesday 13th August 2002, I visited Whitby Morrison Ltd. This firm specialise in manufacturing ice cream vans that are specific to the customer's demands. This firm is a sole trader and a private company. This small family company based in Crewe have been around for 50 years and they also export their vans to customers outside the U.K. The visit consisted of a guide around the site, observing the many stages that an ice cream van goes through....   [tags: Papers]

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Production Of Ethanol Should Not Take Place

- Everyday we take some form of energy. Energy through food, energy through heat to keep us warm, and energy for fuel. And I mean gasoline , gasoline is a necessity that keeps our infrastructure and economy running. However the price of this necessity has risen from a dollar to three dollars, and it’s been coupled with our ongoing fight against global warming. Due to this and many more reasons, the State of Union address the 20 by 10 Plan, that is a reduction of gasoline usage by 20% by the next ten years....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Environment]

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Elements of Style in The Production The Streets of Crocodiles

- Elements of Style in The Production The Streets of Crocodiles The production of The Street of Crocodiles presented by Theatre de Complicite at the Queen’s Theatre in London exhibits evidence of a broad variety of theatrical styles. Adding to the complexity of the shows’ rich composition is the truth that it is a devised piece of theatrical work. The groups’ body of work has been widely regarded as innovative, garnering a number of major awards and nominations in the recent past. Dedicated to the collaborative manner in which this production has been developed, the inventors of this staging have guaranteed an intricate weave of dramatic elements....   [tags: Papers]

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Production Processes at Kristen's Cookie Company

- Kristen’s Cookie Company Missing Charts We have studied Kristen’s Cookie Company’s planned production process, and have drawn a number of conclusions based on our analysis. The understanding of our analysis will be facilitated by the following flow chart, which shows each step along the production process. The coloration denotes work performed by each member of the two-person workforce, and capacity and timing are specified below for each step: From the above chart, we see that when the process is continuing at maximum efficiency, filling one order of a dozen cookies will take 26 minutes....   [tags: Business]

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Pre-production Thriller Sequence

- Pre-production Thriller Sequence My opening sequence will be based on the horror genre, but more specifically, on the thriller sub-genre. This sub-genre has many standard conventions and I will examine these conventions along with their effectiveness in influencing the audience. Conventions are what make up genres and therefore, by using appropriate conventions in a film, the audience is able to quickly recognize the genre and therefore have a better understanding of the plot and what the film is going to be like....   [tags: Papers]

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Baz Luhrmann's Production of Romeo and Juliet

- Baz Luhrmann's Production of Romeo and Juliet Romeo seems like a passionate, romantic and excitable young man. He seems to like the idea of being in love, although I would suggest the feelings he has for Juliet begin only as infatuation and grow throughout the balcony scene. In the beginning of the scene Romeo is portrayed as determined, wary and possibly a little frightened as he knocks over furniture and scrambles up the trellis. His eyes are continuously darting around and you get a sense of desperation because he is panting....   [tags: Papers]

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An Account of ATP Production in Living Organisms

- An Account of ATP Production in Living Organisms All cells must do work to stay alive and maintain their cellular environment. The energy needed for cell work comes from the bonds of ATP. Cells obtain their ATP by oxidizing organic molecules, a process called cellular respiration. Glucose is the primary fuel molecule for the cells of living organisms. Every living organism must do cell respiration. Most eukaryotic organisms are aerobic. Aerobic respiration is required in order to obtain enough energy (ATP) from the oxidations of fuel molecules to survive....   [tags: Papers]

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Evaluation of a live Production Blood Brothers

- Evaluation of a live Production Blood Brothers Blood Brothers was written by Willy Russell, It was first performed at the Liverpool Playhouse in January 1983. It is a musical / comedy drama set in Liverpool in the 1980’s. We went to see it at the Phoenix Theatre. When we were on our way to see the production I was quite excited and was looking forward to it very much as I had been told by some pupils at my school it was very good. When we arrived at the theatre and sat down in our seats the stage and layout looked very big....   [tags: English Literature]

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Production of a Promotional Advertisement for an Energy Drink

- Production of a Promotional Advertisement for an Energy Drink To create my product titled “Black Rhino.” I did research in the field of energy drinks. I have produced a single promotional advert, which advertises a brand new energy drink. I initially started my ideas by analysing existing products such as “Red Devil” and “Red Bull.” I deconstructed both these adverts and studied them in depth....   [tags: Papers]

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Surface Area and Rate of Oxygen Production

- Surface Area and Rate of Oxygen Production Investigate: To determine the relationship between surface area and rate of oxygen production when potato tissue is placed in Hydrogen peroxide solution Planning ======== My prediction I predict that the bigger surface area of the potato chips, the faster the rate of reaction of the hydrogen peroxide is being use up and the faster the oxygen is being given off....   [tags: Papers]

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Choosing the Best Sound Format for Production

- Choosing the Best Sound Format for Production There are many issues facing an audio professional who is considering getting into surround production, either for music, film, DVD, Internet, or multi-media. Whether you are recording, mixing, editing, or mastering, there is a lot of information that you need to be comfortable with before you can succeed in surround sound. Although this collection is a good start, it is by no means an exhaustive list or in-depth manual....   [tags: Papers]

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Analysis of Luhrman's Production of Romeo and Juliet

- Analysis of Luhrman's Production of Romeo and Juliet Baz Luhrman has effectively transported Shakespeare's, 'Romeo and Juliet' from a 16th century play to a 20th century film. Using the same text but different settings and resources, the film contains the essence of the play with technological advances. There are many things to consider when analysing the adaptation of a scene. Baz Luhrman has adapted the party scene by using many methods whilst still holding on to the original Shakespearian mixture of love, hate, excitement, foreboding and passion....   [tags: Papers]

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Weed Control Management in Crop Production

- Weed Control Management in Crop Production Eons ago, our ancestors were a nomadic peoples that relied on their physical abilities as well as luck to survive. Our ancestors were a people that obtained their food through hunting and gathering. With the intelligence inherent of the human race, our ancestors soon realized that the hunting and gathering life style was not very reliable, nor did it allow much in the way of free time. The search began for an easier way to get food. Soon people realized that if they grew their vegetables close by and put up fences to keep the animals in, they would have a fairly reliable and easily attainable food source....   [tags: Farming Agriculture Papers]

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The Ethics of Genetically Modified Food Production

- The Ethics of Genetically Modified Food Production As human technological innovation proceeds into the twenty-first century, society is faced with many complex issues. Genetic engineering and cloning, encryption and information security, and advanced weapons technologies are all prominent examples of technological issues that have substantial moral and ethical implications. Genetic engineering in particular is currently a very volatile subject. One important aspect of this field is GMO or Genetically Modified Organisms, which has far-reaching potential to revolutionize modern agriculture....   [tags: GMOs Genetically Modified Foods]

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Theatre Royal in Winchester production of '1984'

- Theatre Royal in Winchester production of '1984' 1984 Evaluation =============== On the 19th November 2002 myself, and a group of year eleven students went to the Theatre Royal in Winchester to watch a play named '1984'. The plays main theme was about a society being treated unfairly and not being able to have rights or individuality. It showed people being extremely restricted on what they could do both physically and mentally. Watching it, it made me feel fortunate to have the rights I have and that I am not constrained on what I can do....   [tags: Drama]

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Production Context of Bye Bye Blues

- Production Context of Bye Bye Blues In his essay on the historical fiction film, Leger Grindon writes: "History is no more than a useful device to speak of the present time. The historical film indulges its contact with the immediate and generally refuses the past its distinct and foreign character" (Grindon 189). It is exactly this distinct character, however, that director Anne Wheeler hoped to capture in her 1989 film Bye Bye Blues. In an interview taken during the film’s production, Wheeler explained: "I’m trying to present history as it was, not as we hope it was" (Hays 9)....   [tags: Anne Wheeler Bye Bye Blues Essays]

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Akai MPC2000 (MIDI PRODUCTION CENTER)

- AKAI MPC2000 MIDI PRODUCTION CENTER The following is a summary of the advanced features of the AKAI MPC2000, which include a built in sampler, sequencer and more. Here is a detailed general description of the AKAI MPC2000. Large 248 x 60 dot LCD display with graphics. 6 functions keys under the LCD display provide various functions on each page. Built-in 1.44 megabyte floppy disk drive to store both sequences and sound data. Built-in SCSI interface for storing data to external hard disk....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Economic and Environmental Benefits of Global Organic Production

- Economic and Environmental Benefits of Global Organic Production Although organic production as an entity is controversial, it is gaining momentum across the world in terms of sales. Organic foods have become more popular as people become more concerned about what it is they are consuming. This increased demand for organic products has lead to organic production on a global scale. With an increase in global organic production have come many benefits both economically and environmentally. Organic agriculture's aim is, 'to augment ecological processes that foster plant nutrition yet conserve soil and water resources....   [tags: Environment Environmental Essays Papers]

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I Remember Mama a Production by The Baton Rouge Little

- I Remember Mama a Production by The Baton Rouge Little Theatre left much to be desired in my mind. The real flaw in this unsuccessful production wasn't so much the occasional annoyances and quirks by the cast and director, it was the play itself. I felt that the local talent of The Baton Rouge Little Theatre was wasted on such a droll work. I found it difficult to stay focused on the play and instead found myself slightly annoyed and bored by the production and poor decision making process of the director....   [tags: Papers]

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A clear explaining how the production process and quality

- A clear explaining how the production process and quality assurance/control system employed by the business helps it add value to its product or service. Quality control can be defined as the means of inspecting or testing quality at various points in the production process or delivery of service. It is usually applied during or after production. It can also be described as the process of monitoring specific project results to determine if they comply with relevant standards and identifying ways to eliminate causes of unsatisfactory performance....   [tags: Business and Management Studies: Management]

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The Rise of Mexican Corn Production in the Face of Cheap Imports

- The Rise of Mexican Corn Production in the Face of Cheap Imports Mexico has completed sweeping changes in its economy and trade relations with the rest of the world. NAFTA is both a symbol and a means to insure the changes remain permanent. Mexico had hoped to generate economic growth through increasing trade with the United States. Economists expect there will be winners and losers when trade develops. Corn producers were expected to be one of the losing sectors. The NAFTA agreement was structured to help phase in the effects, but the sector felt the full pressure of international prices and trade flows very quickly....   [tags: Mexico Agriculture Trade Economy Corn Essays]

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Mass Production Causing the Economic Boom in America of the 1920s

- In my opinion the boom of 1920s America was caused by a number of different factors working together. No single factor could have caused the boom on the scale of what America experienced in the 1920s. The economy grew by a huge amount in a such a small space of time, it had to be several reasons why this boom was so big. The amount of cars in America had more than doubled from 9 million to a staggering 26 million. Even more so, the radios had risen from a measly 60,000 to a phenomenal 10 million....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Environmental Impact of Off-Shore Oil Exploration and Production

- Introduction The extraction of oil onshore has been ongoing for several decades. Offshore oil extraction is a process that began decades after onshore exploration had begun. For many years, scientists and the oil companies were certain that the exploration and production of petroleum from deep-water formations would not incur any sort of environmental damages. Several decades later, scientists learned new information from monitoring programs and research studies that offshore drilling did cause effects on the health of benthic organisms and other marine fauna in the proximity of offshore platform rigs....   [tags: Environment Environmental Pollution Preservation]

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The Production Process and Quality Assurance/Control System for Business

- The Production Process and Quality Assurance/Control System for Business Sainsbury has wide range of food products from toiletries to clothing’s, newspapers to house stuff, electrical equipment and CD’s and DVD’s etc. Many of these products are manufactured. Sainsbury pays big brand suppliers to make their products and put Sainsbury’s logo on. To make products of suitable standards and good quality, they have to go through several checks to ensure products are good. These include: š Quality Control: this is the old fashioned way to inspect food....   [tags: Papers]

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Group Production of Robert Thomas' 8 Women

- Group Production of Robert Thomas' 8 Women Our production of Robert Thomas' "8 women" was a result of the never ending effort of all cast and crew members. All being aware that a production could not be successful with only one person's input, every member of our drama class was part of a cohesive community. Earlier on in the year we, as a class had to determine a play that was suitable for a cast of "7 female" actors....   [tags: Papers]

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The King's Character in a Cinematic Production of Shakespeare's Henry V

- Although labeled as a history, the strength of Shakespeare's Henry V lies not in the events that occur in the play, but in the delicate portrayal of the characters involved. Shakespeare's audience would have already known the story of Henry V's campaign on France and thus would have had no reason to watch a play that simply re-enacted past events. Therefore, the appeal of such a play, as well as the themes and the content, would have been dependent largely on the characters themselves. It is obvious that the most prominent character is the man whose name the play carries - Henry V....   [tags: Henry V 5 Essays]

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Shortleaf Pine (Pinus echinata) and Pulp and Lumber Production

- Shortleaf Pine (Pinus echinata) and Pulp and Lumber Production Introduction Shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata) is commercially one of the four most important conifers in the southeastern United States. In fact, shortleaf pine has the widest range of all southern pines, spreading from Florida to New Jersey and from North Carolina to Oklahoma Sidney Investments, a firm based in Dallas, Texas, is considering the purchase of a 360 acre parcel of forested land located in the Quachita Mountains of eastern Oklahoma....   [tags: Economic Analysis]

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Marx's Idea of Workers' Alienation From the Production Process

- Alienation is a process in which humanity is progressively turned into stranger in world created by labour. (A. Swingewood 2000 p32). It succeeds in creating vast accumulations of wealth at one pole of society, an increase in value of thing achieved only at the cost of progressive defaulting human life itself. Alienation however, occur only when humanity having externalised itself, encounter it’s own activity, it essence, operating as an external, alien and oppressive power....   [tags: Workers' Alienation]

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Observation of a Production of Shakespeare's The Two Gentlemen of Verona

- Observation of a Production of Shakespeare's The Two Gentlemen of Verona The Two Gentlemen of Verona Shakespeare Bulletin Review Presented by ILLINOIS SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL at WESTHOFF THEATRE, Normal. IL. July 3-August 5, 1994. Directed by Calvin MacLean. Set and lighting by Kent Goetz. Costumes by Dan Wilhelm. Sound and music by Rick Peeples. Choreography by Connie de Veer. Fights by John Sipes. With Darrel Ford (Speed). Keytha Graves (Julia), Ted deChatelet (Proteus). Brian Herriott (Valentine), David Kortemeier (Antonio, Outlaw), Robert Kropf (Launce), Philip Thompson (Thurio), Patrice Wilson (Silvia)....   [tags: Papers]

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From Playwright to Production: the Process of Recreating Shakespeare

- From Playwright to Production: the Process of Recreating Shakespeare Works Cited Missing A full understanding of Shakespeare's plays is arrived at through the process of imaginatively recreating them. Reading a play, or watching a production, or being involved in a production, or reading what someone else has to say is not enough fully grasp any given play. All of these things must be done to achieve a deeper comprehension. On the following pages I will try to organize my ten week Shakespearean experience by drawing parallels between my own experience and the experience of the rude mechanicals and royal audience of A Midsummer Night's Dream....   [tags: William Shakespeare Essays]

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Agriculture and Food Production in the Old Kingdom Egypt

- Agriculture and Food Production in the Old Kingdom Egypt Agriculture and food production are quite literally the skills that feed a civilization. Old Kingdom Egypt excelled in this area. Egypt’s high success in agriculture was due to many things, ranging from a near constant climate, to the Nile and its annual inundations causing the land to be inexhaustible, to Egypt’s vast amount of other natural resources. This paper will only give a general overview of the more popular resources yielded by agriculture and food production in Old Kingdom Egypt....   [tags: Egypt Agriculture Crops Farming Essays]

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Anna Mackmin's Sheffield Theatres (2004) production of The Crucible

- Anna Mackmin's Sheffield Theatres (2004) production of The Crucible The first area to assess is the use of setting and scenery concerning this production of the play. The set of the play produces a very surreal and segregated atmosphere that appears to be very striking and unsettling for the audience. This was achieved in the opening scene primarily through the use of floorboards placed on a ploughed field, as Anna Mackmin, the Director stated "We wanted a space that was iconic… we needed to take into account the idea that this is a tiny world in the midst of a wilderness… so we have put wooden planks into a ploughed field."....   [tags: Essay on The Crucible]

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Geographic Distribution of Natural Resources for Energy Production

- Energy Distribution It is commonly known that natural resources are not distributed evenly around the world. As a result, energy is not distributed evenly around the world. In the present climate of the global economy, the distribution of energy presents conflicts between growing industry and already established industry. As a result, countries such as China, which are beginning to consume more resources, are turning to former methods of polluting natural resources such as coal because the resources they used to use are not as widely available....   [tags: Power Energy Global Warming Pollution]

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