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    (data for year 2000) on the showers market. These are: Triton (545.500 units), Mira (390.000 units), Ganiesborough (203.500 units), Aqualisa (122.000 units) and Masco (120.000 units). If we focus on Electric Showers, Gainesborough (Aqualisa brand) is with 180.000 number of units sold on the 2nd place, behind Triton (479.000 units). In Mixer Showers category, Aqualisa is also second with 94.000 units (behind brand Mira with 200.000 units sold in year 2000). Company & market environment UK shower

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    Aqualisa Quartz

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    Aqualisa Quartz What is the Quartz value proposition to Plumbers and to the Consumers? The value proposition to the plumbers is the relative ease of installation that reduces the time by up to 1.5 days over a standard shower installation. The Quartz design allows for less repeat trips to fix problems at their own expense. Further, they can pass along the installation jobs to their apprentices. This frees them up to make more money on larger jobs and also ameliorates the shortage of plumbers

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    INTRODUCTION Aqualisa needs to configure a strategy to sell their new shower the Quartz. The newest most innovative shower is not selling like it should be. If they cannot get it off they ground they risk of losing market share to competition. Aqualisa have been doing well in the past years however, with lowered quality and improvement among the competition changes need to be made. The purpose of this analysis is to take a deeper look into Aqualisa to see what their best moves is in order to fix

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    Igneous Petrology of Cape Granites

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    Geological Setting The Cape Granite Suite formed about 560-520 Ma during the Saldanian orogeny which occurred between 780 to 510 Ma (Harris & Vogelli, 2010; Villaros, Stevens & Buick, 2009). This orogeny formed as a result of the convergence of the Rio de la Plata and Kalahari cratons during the formation of Gondwanaland (Harris & Vogelli, 2010). The granitoids of the CGS were intruded into the three terranes of the metasedimentary and metavolcanic Malmesbury Group which are divided by distinct

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    Diamonds in the Rough

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    Diamonds in the Rough Nature is full of many awe-inspiring things, from majestic mountains to carpets of flowers. There is much artistic creativity inspired by nature, but it is often of valleys, and streams. Rarely do we see the smaller pieces that make up such grand pictures. There are few people who appreciate the beauty of a single leaf, or a single drop of water. It is even rarer to find a person who finds beauty in a rock. For most people rocks are only beautiful if polished up and

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    Gemology Terminology Research

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    Please research the following terms and see what you come up with. Explain what each item is. Mineral - Minerals are something that occur naturally in nature. They are not a bi-product of plants and animals, which means they at inorganic. Minerals cannot be a liquid or gas, but have to be in a solid form. The chemical make up of each mineral defines what that mineral is. You can also see the atomic structure being a large part of what makes a particular mineral a mineral. Minerals are a large

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    Amethyst Research Paper

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    The Amethyst is my absolute favorite stone and always has been. Ever since I was young, I have been drawn to it. As purple is my favorite color and I just can’t seem to stay away from it, I love the vibrancy the color of the Amethyst gives off. It seems to me like a source of solace, and when I have one close in a time of need, it gives me the feeling of being wrapped in a comforting blanket. As it feels this way, I am sometimes tempted to put it against my face, as you would a childhood stuffed

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    Types of Silica

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    BACKGROUND Types of Silica Crystalline silica may be of several distinct types. Quartz, a form of silica and the most common mineral in the earth's crust, is associated with many types of rock. Other types of silica include cristobalite and tridymite. Potential for Exposure During Construction Concrete and masonry products contain silica sand and rock containing silica. Since these products are primary materials for construction, construction workers may be easily exposed to respirable crystalline

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    Compensated Resonator, Comb Drive Resonator, Piezoelectric Resonator. The design and analysis are all done in FEM (Finite Element Method) analysis tool. Keywords—Microelectromechanical system, resonators, comb drive, piezoelectric. Introduction The quartz crystal resonator has been replaced by MEMS resonator in last few decades. A MEMS Resonator having a good power consumption and it has an ability design a mixer-filter in a single chip without any off chip components. However the Resonator performance

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    47 to 1.4 billion years ago during the Paleozoic period of the Precambrian era. Many of the metamorphic rocks have been fractured and decayed due to physical and chemical weathering, but because quartzite consists of one of the strongest minerals quartz... ... middle of paper ... ...e morphed it into the quartzite that is seen surrounding the butte (4). Rocks that undergo this process are called metamorphic rock, which is the same as the rock seen years ago by dinosaurs and other extinct creatures

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