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Lack of Truthful Labeling on Commercial Foods

- Lack of regulation and labeling on commercial food is a bigger issue than any American knows. The impact it has on our long term health and wellbeing is currently unknown. But what we do know is that, putting unknown substances into our body can be deadly. We need to become more educated as a society, and only allow truthful companies to stay in business, or make existing companies change their ways. If we don’t know what something is, do not buy it. This issue started when we became on industrial country....   [tags: Commercial Food, Health, Wellbeing]

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Hyundai Commercial Analysis

- The Hyundai commercial caught my attention due to its interesting plot. It seems to be a typical car advertisement until you look at it with deeper thought. The situation reveals something totally opposite of what they actually meant to do. Hyundai may have known exactly what they were doing, putting an advertisement out there that would not be easily forgotten. However the impact of this message can be an extremely negative image for Hyundai. The image they end up portraying can cause extremely negative publicity or send people the wrong message....   [tags: suicide, hyundai commercial]

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Analysis of Commercial Advertisement

- Analysis of Commercial Advertisement Television commercials are television programming produced by any organisation to provide message in the market about their product or services. It is one of the most popular methods to attract customer and provide them information about their products or services. Here we would be analysing TV commercial to understand it and its effects and whether it is proving for what it are made. We have heard a very common slogan named as “RedBulls Gives You Wings”. It is the very popular television advertisement of RedBulls energy drink with many advertisement prints and different characters....   [tags: television commercials, energy drinks]

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T.V. Commercial Review: IBM commercials

- Commercial Introduction This is a T.V commercial review, IBM. Develop your essay on your reaction to what you have discovered while completing this exercise. Analysis Corporations spend huge amounts of money to brag about how great they are. I guess commercials are a necessary evil, although it would be fun to ban them for a year and see how necessary they really are. Companies end up looking like a bunch of lapping dogs that follow us around begging for dollars. Moreover, because this is America, the imploring almost always works....   [tags: advertisement, companies, visual]

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The Importance of International Commercial Arbitration

- ... As for the law applicable to the arbitration agreement, in the absence of any choice an arbitral tribunal also has to determine the proper law to decide questions of existence and validity of the agreement. Proper determination of applicable law and subsequent its application have direct impact on the proper settlement of the dispute. Difficulties in detection of the applicable law, the procedure of determination itself and other related issues allow considering the topic of this paper as complicated and having the certain practical sense....   [tags: private law, dispute, proceedings]

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Bravery Promoted in an Audi Commercial

- ... Not having a date to your senior prom warrants a feeling of being unaccepted. Everyone has experienced a time in their life where they felt ostracized and hoped that they could have something to provide them with the courage to overcome their own anxieties. This commercial is portraying a coming of age story. It tells the audience about how driving an Audi is a privilege that can change a person’s outlook on life. With this advertisement, the Audi S6 is an object that provides the young man the courage to kiss the prom queen and park in the principal’s parking spot....   [tags: prom, confidence, superbowl]

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The Effectiveness of ASPCA's Commercial

- ... In the case of the ASPCA commercial the audience that is being targeted is fairly wide, anyone who has a soft spot for animals or seems to be sensitive in general would definitely stop and think about donating money to the cause. This commercial also had a version that aired during the holiday season, with the soft music of “Silent Night” playing in the background was meant to specifically target people during Christmas, which is the time of giving and kindness. The most powerful and affective aspect of this commercial is the way it uses pathos....   [tags: emotional, logos, suffering]

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Supporting the Growth of a Commercial Venture

- It’s been a year since opening day and your small business is thriving. However, this initial success is no reason to rest on your laurels. Commerce is a dynamic system. There’s no guarantee that entrepreneurs earning well today would still be in the same position in a decade. Brands need to constantly offer something new, while catering to customers’ needs. Yes, you have an annual budget. But there are times when supporting the growth a commercial venture requires additional financial backup....   [tags: additional financial backup, catering to customers]

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The Beginnings of Commercial Air Travel

- The First Commercial Flight “The first commercial flight in the United States occurred in Florida on Jan. 1, 1914, when Tony Jannus flew A. C. Pheil the 21 miles across the bay from St. Petersburg to Tampa in a two-seat Benoist at an altitude of 15 feet” (McDowell, 1995). It was no doubt an amazing breakthrough in the way that travel would be conducted from that very moment on. From 1783 when Jean Pilâtre de Rozier ascended about 500ft in a balloon and traveled approximately 5 ½ miles in 20 minutes ( to the dawn of the St....   [tags: Technology, American History]

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Structural Makeup of the Commercial Building

- Contents • Introduction • Site Analysis • Structural Make-up • Beam Calculations • Load Trace • Choice of Materials • Conclusion  Introduction This report will investigate the structural makeup of the commercial building we are working on as part of the Studio 2 module. The building has a single-storey basement that is to be used for car parking, with 5 upper storeys comprising of a café and open plan offices. This report investigates firstly the site that the building is situated on, secondly, the structural make-up of the building, thirdly the load trace and finally, materials used along with reasons for choosing them....   [tags: beam caculation, load trace]

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The Progress of Commercial Nuclear Power

- As begins every typical paper written on the progress of commercial nuclear power, a bit of history related to the nuclear power industry is custom. Beginning with the Generation I reactors (early prototype reactors), such as Shippingport, Fermi I and Magnox, which lead us to Generation II reactors (commercial power reactors), such as the more commonly known light water reactors; pressurized water reactors (PWR) and boiling water reactors (BWR). Other General II reactors include the CANada Deuterium Uranium reactor (CANDU), advanced gas-cooled reactor (AGR), and the voda voda energo reactor (VVER)....   [tags: nuclear power, power industry, terrapower]

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Management and Maintenance of Commercial Piggeries

- ... Further investigation will be required to monitor causes of significant weight changes. This disparity may be due to several factors including competitive floor feeding, formation of social hierarchy and aggressive interactions in group-housing systems. Limited pen space and closely situated feed drops may have exalted competitive feeding as dominant sows could readily access more feed, resulting in the poor body condition of other sows (Johnston & Li, 2013). Health and nutrition is more easily managed in crates compared to pens....   [tags: sows, housing, aggession]

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The Case of Commercial Surrogacy

- Surrogacy is a scientific alternative of the natural capability of women to procreate. It has turned into an appealing substitute for new couples because of adoption troubles, fertility issues, or high pregnancy risks. However, many still question the efficiency of surrogacy as an alternative to natural reproduction. Proponents mention the advantage of providing couples with an offspring. In fact, commercial surrogacy is deemed to be mutually beneficial; the surrogate earns money while a baby is given to the other contracting party....   [tags: Women, Pregnancy, Fertility Issues]

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The Coco Mademoiselle Perfume Commercial

- The ideal post-modern woman is a collage of charm, grace, beauty, strength and independence. This ideal is what Keira Knightley epitomizes in the Coco Mademoiselle perfume commercial. A far cry from the original feminist movement which was entrenched in politics this post-feminism created a realm where woman sought all the riches of the feminist movement but shunned the feminist title (Goldman 1992, 130). Keira is presented as a beautiful independent woman, who is free from the hold of men and sexually liberated....   [tags: Marketing, Post Feminism, Keira]

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Mistreatment of Commercial Farm Animals

- Mistreatment of Commercial Farm Animals America’s habitual complacency coexists with its lack of inquisitiveness. People used to know where their food came from because they asked. They knew the country, state, and most likely the farm as well. Currently, society is so far removed from the entire food process that their knowledge of its origin is limited to the grocery store it came from. This disconnection not only creates a lack of appreciation for the source, but a lack of interest in conditions, treatment, and final product too....   [tags: Food Policy]

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Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

- Technological advances have made it possible for commercial sexual exploitation of children to be exposed worldwide. Anyone can now use the internet to promote and arrange sexual encounters with children. This puts children at risk because the internet makes it possible for pimps to traffic children. Due to the advancement of technologies of the internet, children become easy victims of child prostitution and pornography. As a result, it increases the chance of children being physically, psychologically, and sexually harmed....   [tags: child pornography and prostitution]

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Business: Axe Commercial Research

- ... That did not indicate much, except the military related sense with all the postures and facial expressions of the men. Later on, after a few other scenes, the box reappeared and was placed on a little table which was gold in color with patterned carpet under it. Soon after the box was set, the whole setting of the sense came to a very Middle East liked environment with all the curtains, carpet, chairs and table. There was a woman in the middle of the scene with traditional head-covering custom on....   [tags: Health, well being, brand, company]

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Commercial Architecture and Globalization

- Commercial architecture does it respond to the identity surrounding it. Or does it merely respond to the conditions of Globalization. In order to answer the question above, in the following written piece I must explore the key elements of globalization and identity. I intend to relate both factors to commercial architecture, using the Hilton Tower in Manchester as a prime example. This written piece will effectively be split into two parts (Globalization and Identity). The first decade of the 21st century has seen globalization and identity emerge as the most critical challenge to society....   [tags: Architecture Essays]

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Commercial Surrogacy in India

- ... Allowing Indian women to provide for the education of their children empowers them and promotes gender equality. Significantly higher income through commercial surrogacy allows them to contribute to the family in a way that is generally inaccessible to them otherwise. Doctor Nayna Patel asserts that, "with the money, [surrogate mothers] are able to buy a house, educate their children and even start a small business. These are things they could only dream of before. It's a win-win situation” (Bhalla, Mansi)....   [tags: mothers, pregnancy, moral]

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Commercial and Communication Technology

- Today’s commercial and communication technology is far reaching. The world has become much smaller as technologies grow and allow people to communicate with others anywhere in the world. Commercial usually means profit. And for a business to profit it has to provide something the public wants. Technology today is in high demand and people want more and they want it as fast as possible. Instant gratification sells well. Commercial communications are in extreme demand and these applications range from phones to instant messengers....   [tags: Information Technology ]

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Boeing Commercial Aircraft Company

- Introduction The Boeing Commercial Aircraft Company which was founded in 1916 by is the largest aero-space company and the manufacturer of commercial and military aircraft in the world. When it comes to sales, Boeing is the number one U.S. exporter. Boeing’s military aircraft comes with satellite, missiles launch vehicles and advanced information and communication systems.Boeings main competitor was Mc Donnell Douglas but in 1996 the aerospace giants announced about their merge. Question 1 It is clearly understood that any industry that plays a role in the macro economy will experience the shift and variability of the economic environment....   [tags: Economy, Safety, Customer Service]

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The AMOCO Commercial Process

- ... In purification process, the crude terephthalic acid (a solid terephthalic acid that has been undergoing centrifugation and drying) will be dissolved in hot water to reduced 4-CBA to p-toluic acid. This reduction process is through catalytic hydrogenation on palladium catalyst. Then, the purified terephthalic acid is obtained [33]. Apart AMOCO process, the other catalytic process to produce terephthalic acid by direct oxidation was widely studied to make it as a chosen and dominant choice for terephthalic acid production industry....   [tags: chemical analysis]

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Commercial Architecture

- Architecture has been around since the beginning of humankind. It is how homes are designed, castles are built, and how there is a roof over your head. Many buildings that we live in, work in, or go to school in have all carefully been designed by highly trained Commercial Architects. Architecture, specifically Commercial Architecture, can seemingly defy gravity with sideways buildings or glass walkways dangling hundreds of feet into the air. Commercial Architecture is what designs the mile high skyscrapers and other vast commercial buildings, as well as awe-inspiring churches and museums, and spreads fresh ideas on designing....   [tags: design, skyscrapers]

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Commercial Whaling

- Commercial whaling is a serious world issue that has always been difficult for those who are in support and those who are against it. Each group defends their side with convincing arguments. Morally, whaling is wrong, but do the reasons for whaling outweigh the reasons to cease the primitive hunts. By studying the effects of whaling,realizing how culture has changed over time, and taking note of the money that would be saved, it can clearly be seen that there is no longer a current need for whaling to continue....   [tags: ecosystem, whale wards, sea shepherd]

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Fathead Commercial Analysis

- ... Commercials always seem to play out in an environment that most viewers can see themselves in, whether it is at a store or at the zoo. Fathead takes the same approach in their “Clay Matthews, Handyman” commercial. The commercial is set in what appears to be your average, middle-class home. This setting appeals to most people because an average home is what the majority of the population lives in. The commercial features fatheads plastered all over many different rooms of the house, which showcases just how good a fathead looks in any room of a person’s house....   [tags: product marketing and publicity]

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Commercial Stirs Controversy

- ... The people who took to social networking sites to discuss their concerns tend to believe the use of any language other than English is un-American. These outraged individuals think those featured in the commercial should assimilate to American culture. They fail to realize a commercial with people singing an American song and drinking an American beverage is assimilation in itself. Secondly, it is as if those who were against the Coca Cola commercial have forgotten our American heritage. America is a country founded by immigrants with different tongues....   [tags: super bowl, american football, marketing]

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Commercial Real Estate

- Commercial real estate is any property other than a single family home or a residential lot in a neighborhood. The commercial real estate market is handled very similarly industrial and residential real estate markets. The commercial real estate market goes through ups and downs just like any other investment market however investments into commercial real estate can be a very wise decision. Commercial real estate is similar to industrial and residential real estate in that when you buy it you are buying a building or land....   [tags: Real Estate]

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Peyton Manning-Gatorade Commercial

- Gatorade has been sponsoring the NFL for many years, starting in 1968. Its involvement with the sport has made the drink known to many today “The official drink of the NFL” (Gatorade). According to Naomi Klein “…the wave of mergers in the corporate world over the last few years is a deceptive phenomenon: it only looks as if the giants, by joining forces, are getting bigger and bigger”(4). And that is exactly what the corporation of Gatorade was trying to carry out. By joining its name with the NFL, which at that time was becoming a famous sport to watch, Gatorade has become the number one sport drink for athletes....   [tags: Advertising]

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The Effect of A Recruitment Commercial of the US Marines

- I felt like I was being thrust into a Call of Duty video game marathon with my older brothers, my sense of danger, haste, and adrenaline started pumping. As spontaneously as it sounds, I suddenly had the urge to sign up for the United States Marine Corps after watching the commercial. The advertisement completely captivated me; the music alone propelled my lethargic body into a vigilant state. The images raised my adrenaline and the commercial persuaded me, although flaccid, to try the Marines Corps....   [tags: Personal Narrative, Advertising, Gender Issues]

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How to Start a Commercial Finance Company?

- Currently all the small business houses or the SMEs are praising the support of commercial finance companies all over the world. Mostly these financial organizations are established to provide loan or financial support to a variety of business needs to commercial customers. They have no provision for the general people as they only target business clients. Ranging from small retail stores to the manufacturing firms can obtain loans. Professionals like doctors, dentists, lawyers, etc can also apply for loans from these lenders to expand their in-house business....   [tags: loan, financial, customers, business]

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The Impact Gatorade Commercial have on Athletes

- You’re in the middle of the most intense workout of the season, your muscles are burning, you tired, sweating, and thirsty. What better thing to drink to than Gatorade. Gatorade is the official and favorite drink of many professional athletes in sports worldwide, and when Gatorade makes commercials or starts an ad campaign, it tries to garner the attention of athletes or people interested in sports, and with the Gatorade commercial I’ve chosen nothings different. This commercial for Gatorade drinks targets athletes of both, male and female of all ages, by appealing to their need for achievement, aggression, and domination....   [tags: gatorade, kevin durant, dwyane wade]

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International Commercial Arbitration

- Arbitration: It is a process wherein the parties to a dispute present their dispute or disagreement to the discernment and wisdom of an impartial person or group (known as arbitrators) nominated by the mutual/reciprocal consent, who decides the dispute in a quasi-judicial procedure and the award passed by the arbitrators is final and binding on the parties to the dispute. Online Arbitration: If an arbitration procedure is conducted online then it is known as online arbitration. Online arbitration is a procedure of resolving disputes that has all elements of arbitration, including submission and accession to the arbitral tribunal....   [tags: dispute, online, convenience ]

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Commercial Food Photography

- ​Today we live in a world of technology. One of the biggest technology is the camera. Cameras found in almost everything. With all this technology there are also various types of photography out there. One of the most interesting kind is commercial photography. Specifically food commercial photography. These photographers in the food photography filed can take any old meal and make is look beautiful. ​When doing food photography it used to be from the eater's point of view. So it did not always look as appetizing as it could of....   [tags: art, food photography]

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Behind The Bag: Commercial Dog Food

- Behind the Bag: Commercial Dog Food As I began my employment as a PetSupermarket sales associate, I had not a clue of what I would come to learn about pet food. PetSupermarket is a pet store dedicated to contributing to the health of pets. They stick to the sale of premium pet food, foods with no harmful additives or preservatives. I was naïve about pet food before my employment, but through the countless seminars and interactions with pet food representatives, I became extremely conscious of what I should be feeding my pets, and unfortunately what I used to feed my pets....   [tags: grocery manufacturers, petsupermarket]

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Choosing a Career as a Commercial Airline Pilot

- Flying thousands of feet up in the sky is a dream of many young children, but very few actually end up as a pilot when they grow up. Commercial airline pilots will always be needed, but many people do not even think about choosing this as a career. Pilots have extremely important jobs. They must fly people place to place with no problems while at the controls of thousands of pounds of metal and flammable fuel, not to mention the many passengers. A pilot’s job is very risky, but it is also very rewarding....   [tags: qualifications, salary, responsibility]

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The Statute of Frauds and the Uniform Commercial Code

- Statute of Frauds The primary purpose of the “Statute of Frauds” (SOF) is to protect the interests of parties once they are involved in litigating a contract dispute (Spagnola, 2008). The relevant statutes are reliant upon state jurisdictions to determine whether the contract falls under the SOF, and whether the writing of the contract satisfies the requirements of the statute of frauds (Spagnola, 2008). However, all contracts are not covered under the SOF. In essence, for a contract to be deemed as legal by definition of the SOF, there must be verification of the following requirements for formation of the contract, which are as follows: (1) There must be least two parties to the contract,...   [tags: Contracts Disputes, Legal principles]

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Commercial Penetration Testing

- Commercial penetration testing is the process of controlled security assessment or audits performed in such a manner as to reveal weakness and vulnerabilities. These processes help expose infrastructure weaknesses which in turn allows a company to implement fixes for these security holes. While this process simulates real world attacks, it is not a random brute force undertaking. In commercial penetration testing there are standards and methodologies that provide a detailed roadmap of practical ideas and proven practices (Halfond, 2011)....   [tags: controlled security assessment]

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Expoitable Commercial Potential

- Defined by IEG (2013) as “cash and/or in-kind fee paid to a property in return for access to the exploitable commercial potential associated with that property”. The adoption and increasing adaptation of sponsorship exemplifies one of the most rapidly developing sectors of marketing communications activity. Evidenced by the fact that the total UK investment in this medium was only £4 million as recently as 1970 (Buckley, 1980; p10-14). However by 2015 the scale of expenditure in the worldwide market is estimated at £28.9bn and will become the largest stream of revenue in sport, compared to £28.6bn forecast from gate revenues according to PWC (2013)....   [tags: marketing, sponsors, research]

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An Emotional Connection Made with Audi Commercial

- ... As he arrives to prom, he parks in the principal’s parking spot and then struts into prom and kisses the prom queen passionately. The boy then proceeds to get punched by the prom king and the next part of the commercial you see the boy leaving prom all (AMPED UP) driving away in his Audi. On the screen you see the Audi logo with the slogan, “Bravery. It’s what defines us”. Audi’s tactics for this advertisement is not to convince someone to buy an Audi, but rather to elicit a sense of commonplace by creating a relatable situation....   [tags: prom, insecurity, relatable]

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Grocery, Inc. and Uniform Commercial Codes

- Grocery, Inc. Presentation Week five provided Learning Team A the opportunity to review and analyze seven case scenarios regarding Grocery, Inc. These case scenarios include, Grocery, Inc. Uniform Commercial Codes (UCC), renovation, minor employee, Gap Filing Rule, employee breach of contract, F.O.B., and supplier. Although, Grocery, Inc. is not involved directly with each scenario, consequentially, the learning team will also depict the store’s involvement indirectly. After reviewing and analyzing the seven scenarios for Grocery, Inc., the learning team obtained comprehensive knowledge of business uniform commercial code....   [tags: vendors, contracts, business]

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Commercial Space Travel

- PROLOGUE It was a time unlike no other other time that had occurred, planet Earth was flourishing and technology was advancing to levels never before imagined. That is until we paid too much attention to what was out there rather than paying attention to our own affairs and every nation contributed well over billions to what was thought to be the most successful space mission in the recorded history of mankind. But the mission did not exactly go as planned as there were a few dilemmas aboard a massive space vessel....   [tags: enceladus, saturn, universe]

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The High Commercial Use of Asbestos in Construction

- ... The EPA has constantly lobbied for the ban on asbestos. They proposed a “reduction in public exposure to asbestos over the next 15 years would ultimately prevent at least 1900 cancer deaths.” To understand how asbestos works you need to know that its fibrous and flame resistant. The real problem is when it becomes airborne by being disturbed, for example sledged or paved. It’s invisible to the human eye because it’s microscopic. When asbestos is airborne people inhale the fibers, thus attacking and scratching the lungs....   [tags: amphibole and chrysotile]

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The Determinants of Commercial Banks’ Lending Behaviour

- This chapter is a review of literature as presented by various authors and scholars pertaining to the objectives of the study. The literature review provides detailed explanation of theoretical issues surrounding the problem being studied as well as what research has already been done and how the findings link to the problem at hand. The chapter discusses the theoretical literature review and empirical review on the determinants of commercial banks’ lending behaviour (measured by the volume of loans and advances)....   [tags: credit, rates, collateral]

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Color Scheme of L'Oreal's Commercial Add

- L’Oreal’s ad only shows three colors in the page that is black, white, and lavender. The color scheme in any commercial ad is very important since the two contrasting colors will help make products stand out and appear more unique and enticing to consumers. The lavender color L’Oreal chose represents a sense of femininity and indicates that the ad is focused and targeted only towards women. The lavender symbolizes a woman’s femininity and royalty. On a black and white background, the lavender will be the only splash of color that will capture the consumers’ eye....   [tags: feminine, power, sex appeal]

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Commercial Sale of Genetically Modified Organism

- Commercial sale of Genetically Modified Organism(GMO) was first introduced in 1994 and from that point on society has been in a nonstop debate about the safety of Genetically Engineered food. GMOs consumes about 70% of products at your local grocery store (Cite). This means that that a majority of 70% or your food has been genetically altered and engineered with DNA from bacteria, viruses and other plants (cite). Opponents argue that GMOs pose Health risks, negative impacts to the environment, victimize farmers and corrupt politics....   [tags: food and drug administration, health risks]

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Audi´s Commercial During the Superbowl

- In 2013 the average price of a thirty second Super Bowl Advertisement was 3.8 million dollars (Media Life.) This high price is due not only to the large viewership but also the fact that less than one percent of viewers tune away during commercials during the Super Bowl (Media Life.) This year, Audi aired a one-minute commercial on Super Bowl Sunday featuring a teenage boy who becomes courageous when given they keys to his father’s car before prom. Exhilarated by his newfound confidence, he grabs the prom queen and kisses her....   [tags: ad, sexism, dominance, masculinity, gender]

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Allegiance Commercial Real Estate Services

- Allegiance Commercial Real Estate Services Hypothetical situation, an individual who works at Allegiance Commercial Real Estate Services overhears a conversation. A female executive assistant confides to her friend that her boss, who is the Designated Broker for the company, intends to manipulate the new real estate listings, with the company over the next 90 days to insure that he can take them with him without legal liability when he resigns and opens his own commercial real estate company. For the hypothetical situation, I will add names....   [tags: Ethics]

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Key Features of a Range of Commercial and Non-Commercial and Commercial Organizations

- Key Features of a Range of Commercial and Non-Commercial and Commercial Organizations An evaluation of the key features of a range of commercial and non- commercial organisations to illustrate differences in their funding and their business objectives PRIVATE SECTOR (Commercial) Private sector are companies owned by a particular group of people they mainly not government companies, the owners are individuals and can range from small one-person businesses to large multinational corporations who they main mission of the organisation is to generate profit and providing excellent service to their customers....   [tags: Papers]

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The Range of Commercial and Non-Commercial Organisations in Travel and Tourism

- The Range of Commercial and Non-Commercial Organisations in Travel and Tourism 1. The Public Sector All these organisations are connected to either the National Government, which is departments or ministries, or to local Government. Organization Chart This chart shows the range of commercial and non commercial organisations involved in Travel and Tourism. Government Organisations The role of the DCMS · The government organisation, the DCMS ( The Department for Culture Media and Sport....   [tags: Papers]

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Use of Pathos in an Ad Commercial

- Use of Pathos in an Ad Commercial The images which are used for advertisements, newspapers, or magazines usually include the significant purposes and ideas. Then, in many cases, they are described by ethos, pathos, and logos which are used frequently to catch viewers’ attentions. Even if the ads do not have concrete strategies and clear opinions, those ads may not be able to persuade the viewers. In other words, the excellent ads could use one of three persuasions. The following advertisement is the good example of embedded pathos in the advertisement....   [tags: Pathos Advertisment Essays]

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The Commercial Use of Mobile Telephones

- The Commercial Use of Mobile Telephones Around the 1980’s mobile telephones started showing up for commercial use. They were analog style, cumbersome and expensive to purchase. In the 1990’s digital technology was born and mobile phones became readily available to everyone and less expensive than the previous ten years. By 1998 over 30% of the world population within the areas of Europe, Asia, and North America had mobile telephones. With this type of usage of mobile telephones, Mobile Telephone Network plc (MTN) was born in 1993 attempting to earn their share in the South Africa market for mobile telephones....   [tags: Telephones Communication Technology Essays]

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Analysis of Axe Body Spray Commercial "Hot Putt"

- During the 2012 Olympics in London, Axe Body Spray released a commercial with an Olympic theme called “Hot Putt”. The commercial opens up with a tight shot of a ball placed on a pedestal while a woman is in the background walking towards it. In the shot the abdomen of the woman and her rose-colored red spandex shorts are seen only. The music in the background is very slow and dramatic. As the woman is walking towards the ball the camera lens is focused on her body for the shot until her hand touches the ball....   [tags: olympics, phallic, symbolism ]

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How to avoid Fraud or Abuse in Commercial Bundled Payments

- Introduction The Bundled payment is defined as the reimbursement of health care providers on the basis of expected costs for clinically defined episodes of care. It has been considered as a middle ground between fee for service reimbursement and capitation system. Bundled payment has been proposed in health care reforms in the United States as a strategy for reducing health care costs, especially during the Obama administration (Mechanic & Altman 2009). While federal and state health care laws make bundled payments difficult to structure and implement, both the Medicare program and commercial payers have embraced bundled payments as a means for reducing costs, and many providers view bundled...   [tags: bundled payment, reimbursement, healthcare]

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Is the Traffic Commercial or Private on Good Luck Road?

- ... As to why we chose Good Luck road as our test subject, is because that's where most of the equal opportunity of either traffic variables. There, we can test how rush hour and institutions affects the amount of vehicles and what type of traffic come through a specific time period and see how its biggest influential, the school, affects its operation. This will also prove to show how productive either college park and/ or new Carrollton is when it comes to business versus the public because of the interconnection between road ways....   [tags: maryland, business, environment]

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TV Commercial's Impact on Global Cultural Values in Malaysia

- INTRODUCTION This is a study about TV commercials and how it plays a role in influencing the global and local cultural values of a society. The purpose of this study is to identify the type of values that TV commercials in Malaysia portrayed, whether it is individualism, which usually associated to Western cultural values, or collectivism which are an East cultural values, and also to find out does it manage to influence Malaysians in our cultural values. In this study, we will be able to identify certain commercials that portraying two different values, and maybe we will be able to look at the impact of those commercials towards Malaysian....   [tags: marketing, differences, psychological]

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"Bean Counter": Analysis of Television Commercial for Apple

- Successful product advertisement relies upon the use of images and ideas that are easily recognizable by modern audiences and express a common point of view. Companies often use cultural stereotypes, exaggerated characters, and iconic representations of larger social groups to quickly and effectively portray a message about their product and the type of people who use it. Apple, the makers of Macintosh computers and electronics, use familiar stereotypes of computer users to appeal to their target demographic and increase the appeal of the items they are trying to sell....   [tags: advertising, technology]

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The Battle Between Commercial Software and Open-Source Software

- ... The history of FOSS has a strong connection with the ‘hackers’ in Massachusetts Institute of Technology. These hackers in 1970s created something ARPANET (known today as the internet). There were discussions to sell it commercially however the university and its hackers were strongly opposed to such an idea for they had worked with the ideology that sharing information is a virtue and they had a moral duty to provide knowledge to the world. These early hackers stayed true to this ideology and made their software completely free with the source code completely accessible....   [tags: connection, hackers, economic]

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How Drones Affect Personal and Commercial Activities

- From the birth of commercial airplanes to the present day the Federal Aviation Administration has handled the regulations of America’s skies in order to ensure the safety of the general population. The FAA has been successful in doing its job until the introduction of personals drones inspired by the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) used in the military in 2013. Since drones have much more capabilities than a regular hobby aircraft, the FAA has been given until 2015 to integrate drones into civilian airspace....   [tags: airplanes, aviation, radars]

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The Influence of Government on Country Industries and the Commercial Sector

- Government can actually influence the competitiveness of a country’s industrial and commercial sectors by using the competition law policy that apply to all economic agents such as commercial supply of goods and services , production and financial resources. for example the case study from automotive industry in India where the government was taking part in helping develop the automotive industry by supporting fund to whoever can come up with the best research. Government can also actually decrease the import barrier (import tax) to create the competition between the foreign firm and domestic firm as well....   [tags: Government ]

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The Emotional Appeal Utilized in Lebron James' PowerAde Commercial

- The Emotional Appeal Utilized in Lebron James' PowerAde Commercial Introduction Advertisements have become more common and can be found in almost all locations in the society; however they vary depending on the content and the medium they use to convey the information. It can be noted that television has become one of the most influential and powerful medium since it gives both visual and hearing attributes. Television is preferred by many organizations among them being Power ads since it gives a leading hand in competition since it basically influences the consumers not because of the unique product qualities but the mode at which the advertisement is made....   [tags: Marketing]

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International Regulatory Framework for Commercial Banking, The Basel Accords

- Introduction It is interesting to observe the operations of commercial banks with special emphasis on the ways and means that are put in place to deal with risks that may arise. In this chapter, the researcher will take a look at the kind of regulatory environment that has been internationally proposed for banks and the kind of changes that have happened over time. The researcher will start by addressing the reasons that attributed the international banking body to decide to make regulatory standards for all banks....   [tags: International Finance ]

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Effects of The New Defamation Act Upon Commercial Corporations

- The ‘long-standing’ legal principle under which commercial corporations could acquire a remedy against a defamatory act should, in the view of Lord Scott, have been left untouched. In support of this view, the new Defamation Act, which asks for corporations to prove ‘serious financial loss’ in order for a claim to be brought before the court, does appear to restrict corporations’ abilities to defend their reputation, which is of clear value to them. In addition, it has been suggested that the new act contravenes Article 1 of the Protocol to the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, with respect to corporations....   [tags: politics, fair trial]

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Fiberglass and Its Application for Standard Commercial Step Ladders

- Introduction This analysis focuses on the material selection of Fiberglass and its application for standard commercial step ladders. Step ladders are an integral tool in both construction and the workplace. They are additionally dangerous to use. Having come from a family that was involved in commercial construction, I have firsthand experience with very large step ladders. Still, one may consider such research into ladders as mundane and near pointless. Ladders cause over 164,000 trips to the emergency room and 300 deaths per year in the United States alone....   [tags: material selection fro product fabrication]

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Healthy or Hoax: Organic vs Commercial Food Produce

- Recently there has been a debate on whether organic and natural produce are healthier alternatives to commercial produce. Since this debate began, there are now grocery stores dedicated to providing products that are all essentially all natural or organic. Various examples of these grocery stores include Whole Foods, Trader Joes, Safeway, and Super Target. Skeptics of this argument suggest natural and organic food industries are all marketing ploys targeted toward consumers in search of healthier food choices....   [tags: food industry]

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Analysis of a Levi's Commercial

- Analysis of a Levi's Commercial When jeans were first produced in the 1870's, the majority of them were worn by miners, simply because of there durability. They also became popular in the 1950's and 60's because movie stars used to wear them and people, mainly teenagers, would copy what the actors in films were doing and were wearing. The generation of the 50's who were into Levi's jeans stayed in to jeans even in to their adult hood, but the jeans didn't really catch on with the new generation of teenagers....   [tags: Papers]

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Commercial Analysis for Virgin Australia´s Airline

- ... There are other apps useful to the active consumer and can be downloaded with the help of an android phone. 1.3 Proposed Message Strategy Adjustments: The commercial itself is very dynamic in nature. It shows the promise made by the organization to put the magic back in flying. It shows a completely changed and overhauled customer experience and the transformed look of Virgin Australia. The campaign shall feature in outdoor, print, broadcast and social media. The commercial which is shot on the salt plains in Sydney is very catchy and attractive but should focus more on the broadened concept of Virgin Australia....   [tags: costs, message, image]

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Digital Manipulation: Jennifer Aniston Aveeno Commercial

- Digital Manipulation - Jennifer Aniston Aveeno commercial Advertising is as old as civilization and commerce. In Latin, advertise means "to turn toward.". The purpose of advertising may also be to reassure employees or shareholders that a company is viable or successful. Egyptians used papyrus to make sales messages and wall posters. Commercial messages and political campaign displays have been found in the ruins of Pompeii and ancient Arabia. Lost and found advertising on papyrus was common in Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome....   [tags: Visual Ethics in advertising]

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The Progress and Setbacks in the Development of Commercial Nuclear Fusion

- In modern, first-world countries it is difficult to imagine life without the benefits of electricity. Yet this luxury often puts a strain on the human race’s financial and environmental responsibilities. For the nearly 1.2 billion people worldwide (The World Bank) without electricity nuclear fusion represents one of the most efficient potential energy sources being developed this century. The chemical properties of the fuel being manipulated by fusion technology promise an energy return far greater than what is needed to initialize a reaction....   [tags: Tritium Isotopes, Inertial Confinement]

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Use of Islamic Sharia Law in Commercial Transactions

- Islamic Sharia Law in commercial transactions involves several prohibitions such as those of riba and gharar. Muslim scholars have agreed that the damages caused by dealing with usury and gharar outweigh their benefits; they are forbidden in the Quran and Sunna. However, this prohibition does not necessarily mean that all contracts which contain gharar are invalid; for example, sallam contracts contain gharar. The reason for this is that the benefits have overshadowed the harms. Therefore, the objective of this essay is to analyse Islamic rules in the prohibition of both usury and gharar in an attempt to demonstrate that, although they are prohibited because their harms outweigh their benefi...   [tags: Sharia Law]

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Evaluating Yield Management in the Commercial Aviation Sector

- Introduction The intention of this essay is to critically evaluate yield management in application to the commercial aviation sector. Thorough studies and countless definitions of the term yield management will be included in order to deliver on how major airlines utilises this concept as management tool to maximise sales and gain competitive advantage from their competitors. An introduction of the concept first took place in 1985 when the American airlines commenced facing competition from the low cost airline Peopleexpress,which led the airline to “develop a revenue management program…a key element of this program was yield management” (Hayes and Miller, 2011)....   [tags: competition, revenue, airlines]

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Sales Force Training Enhances Commercial Consult Selling

- ... These industries include the pharmaceutical field, as mentioned in a source that discussed the impact of relationship quality on the outcome of the sales encounter (Feten & Zaiem, 2014). Only studies from the past five years will be included in this literature review in order to ensure that the above stated problem has not already been solved and the review will contain studies from a variety of sales environments. Literature Review Study # 1 Research on the topic of consultative selling over the past five years indicates that there is an increasing interest in the topic of consultative selling in business and industry....   [tags: business, techniques, customer]

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Efficient Commercial Services Market

- Efficient Commercial Services Market Commercial services are established all around the world and it mainly offers comprehensive, customized solutions to your international trade challenges and provides export promotion assistance through a variety of products and services. For example commercial services in the UK, promotes export of UK goods and services to strengthen the UK economy, maintain job security and create jobs protect and advocate for UK business interests abroad....   [tags: Papers]

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Offensive and Misleading Television Commercials

- Television commercials, something that is always on TV. They could be meant for advertising most of the time or aired to give people a bathroom break and what not. We hate it but there are times when it catches our fully undivided attention. There are people who just get annoyed by them and hate with a grudge. To me, I personally don’t like them unless one catches my eye. Majority of the Americans do not like commercials due to the fact that they can be inappropriate. One thing that happens for a fact is that television commercials are often amusing, misleading, irritating, sexist, or racist, etc....   [tags: advertising, commercials, ads]

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The Universal commercial Code

- The Universal commercial Code ( UCC) has been created to foster the free flow of commercial activity in the United States by making laws that are both reasonable and practical. Article 3 of this code deals with negotiable instruments. These contracts for payment serve as a substitute for actual money and make the flow of commerce move along at a faster rate. There are certain requirements that must be met for an item to be qualified as a negotiable instrument. First the instrument must be in writing....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Reading a TV Commercial

- Reading a TV Commercial The first bit in the advert shows a predominantly red background with dancers silhouetted in the bottom left hand corner. I think that the silhouette is in the corner because that isn't what we are supposed to see. Even though this image shows enjoyment and excitement as the feeling you get from coca-cola, this isn't what they are selling. In the bottom left hand corner as well there is a small logo saying, "dance". The writing in this caption is in much the same style as the coca-cola logo so this and the red could both be the first signs of coca-cola....   [tags: Papers]

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The Commercial Pokemon Trend

- The Commercial Pokemon Trend Imagine for a moment a little boy lifting his sleepy little head off his Pokemon pillowcase, climbing reluctantly out from underneath his warm Pokemon blanket, exchanging from his Pokemon pajamas into his favorite Pokemon T-shirt, drinking his morning juice from his beloved Pokemon cup. All the while, he is making his way into the family den to watch his favorite cartoon, Pokemon. A typical day begins like this for children in households all over the country. Evidence of the Pokemon phenomenon is everywhere: on television, in movie theaters, at fast-food restaurants and in products of every conceivable type....   [tags: Papers]

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Commercial Uses of Enzymes

- Commercial Uses of Enzymes The use of enzymes to modify foods has increased vastly and these fermentations are continuing to be important, however, a new type of enzyme industry has evolved which involves the use of harvesting enzymes from microorganisms. The production of enzymes from bacteria and fungi can be isolated from the growth media and cleansed and purified as necessary. Generally in industrial processes the enzyme is immobilised which allows t h enzyme to be re-used and also enable the products to be separated easily....   [tags: Papers]

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Corporate/Commercial Fraud

- Corporate/Commercial Fraud The Royal Canadian Mounted Police [RCMP] classifies corporate fraud into two different categories: fraud by a company and fraud against a company (para. 5). The RCMP explains fraud against a company can happen through “misappropriation of corporate assets by a company senior officer or by staff” (para. 5). Employees defraud companies with methods such as “fictitious revenues, concealed liabilities and expenses, and asset or revenue understatements or overstatements” where as fraud by a company happens by “providing incorrect or misleading information to shareholders or regulators, including financial reporting fraud – where incorrect or misleading information is p...   [tags: Business Ethics ]

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Commercial Banks

- Commercial Banks A commercial bank is a type of financial intermediary and a type of bank. It raises funds by collecting deposits from businesses and consumers via checkable deposits, savings deposits, and time deposits. It makes loans to businesses and consumers. It also buys corporate bonds and government bonds. Its primary liabilities are deposits and primary assets are loans and bonds. For Eg: - Bank of Baroda, Canara Bank, Dena Bank etc.Commercial banks work with short term funds. Their working capital consists mainly of moneys deposited by customers and withdrawable by them on demand or on short notice....   [tags: Banking Finance Economics]

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Commercial Identity

- Commercial Identity This is one of the best essays I ever wrote. It was also the easiest and quickest to write because I had fun doing it. It was amazing how much my writing improved when I decided to have fun with it. "Forced" writing never turns out well no matter how skilled the writer is. Although girls may tell you they don't judge a guy based on the brand of beer he drinks, they are lying. Bud Light's new spot shows two guys fail miserably when they offer two good looking (surprise, surprise) ladies the wrong beer....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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