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    Robertson Davies’ Fifth Business is a novel rich in interesting and unusual characters, whose names play an essential role in the progression of the story. When the life of a character takes a new turn, changing his or her name can help demonstrate that a character is undergoing a chance in identity. Characters change their names in order to reinvent themselves, escape from their pasts, and highlight internal desires. First off, the desire to reinvent oneself is widespread in this novel. Davies

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    In 1928, it was reported that “Most Indians lived in extreme poverty, suffering from a poor diet, inadequate housing and limited health care. Schools were overcrowded and badly resourced.” The parents of the girls from St. Lucy’s wanted them to have a better life and to have a human life. To do so the people from the Assimilation and St. Lucy’s would have to learn a new culture, so they can adapt to their new environment. They would have to have civilized mores to be able to succeed in the “real”

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    Changes in the Land by William Cronon

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    The Europeans changed the land of the home of the Indians, which they renamed New England. In Changes in the Land, Cronon explains all the different aspects in how the Europeans changed the land. Changing by the culture and organization of the Indians lives, the land itself, including the region’s plants and animals. Cronon states, “The shift from Indian to European dominance in New England entailed important changes well known to historians in the ways these peoples organized their lives, but it

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    Buddha once declared, "Desire is the root cause of all evil." While desires are unavoidable, rules and society contain them, preventing humans from completely giving in. When a group of boys land on an island in Lord of the Flies by William Golding, away from the binds of society, they band together to create their own civilization. However, they soon find difficulty maintaining order as their desires lure them away from productivity. Innocent people, such as these boys, act against their moral

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    the importance of improving corporate governance practices in order to stabilize the economic condition (Rahman, 2011). Thus, the corporate governance practices improvement was focusing on legislations and the capital market infrastructure (Rahman, 2011). Subsequent to the Asian financial crisis in 1997, the corporate governance reforms took place in Malaysia. According to Rashidah Abdul Rahman (2011), the reforms began with the formation of High Level Finance Committee in 1998 as the first step in

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    J. (2014) cultivation theory and displacement theory Haq, M. R., & Rahman, S. H. (2013) explains it’s a combination of the type of media viewed and the length of time it’s viewed for that has the most effect. This is back up by a study done by Simply Irresistible (2008) saying reality television is unethical because

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    Performance Management Appraisal System

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    perform. The research report was carried out to study the mind-sets of teachers from different ethnic background in Malaysia toward the new Performance-appraisal system, outcome-oriented performance appraisal or NPAS - New Performance Appraisal (Rahman, 2006). The study showed that teachers from different ethnic background were less favourable about the new system and there have since been many criticisms of the a...

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    The film scores in Indian films are very diverse from those found in Hollywood film. Hollywood films mainly consist of underscore except if the movie is a musical and has songs attached to the score. Bollywood is the Indian Hollywood, and is very large compared to Hollywood. Bollywood, on the other hand, has scores that mainly consist of songs. The scores for Indian films are considered filmi or masala film. Bollywood still has the underscore when a songs in not being performed. Many times during

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    were fashioned by hollow reeds and pipes were used on cadavers to study the function of cardiac valves. Then, in 3000 B.C., ancient Egyptians performed the first types of catheterization which started from the bladder using metal pipes (Choudhury, Rahman, Azam, and Hashem 75). With the very basic beginnings of inserting pipes and tubes, these ideas began to shape the minds of doctors. The first major breakthrough that led to the birth of catheterization was a description of blood flow and blood itself

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    Introduction The gizzard is an important edible by-product obtained during poultry processing. It yields about 3% of total dressed weight of broiler chicken. (Maiti et.al. 2009). Gizzard is mostly sold along with dressed broiler carcasses. However, it is less preferred by majority of the consumers because of its excessive toughness and the characteristic odd flavour. As such this part cannot be used in preparation of well-liked chicken products like tonduri, barbecue, momo etc., which are commonly

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