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    in the American Bottom. The Mississippi and Missouri Rivers served as channels of change to the area, bringing outside influences of many different peoples to an Indian-inhabited land. Like the constant flow of the rivers, there was a constant change in the American Bottom. The progress eventually developed the area into a center of economic activity and gateway to the west, but also excluded native and long-time residents. The Illinois Indians long dominated the American Bottom. They were a unique

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    What's at the Bottom of Nanotechnology? A small machine darts through the human blood stream. It fights through the traffic of blood cells on the way. Its mission is simple enough. It must find the infected cells, administer the treatment, and then leave the body. Sounds fantastic? It will soon sound very real. Imagine impenetrable vests for law enforcement officers, or clothes that could really deflect stains. Better yet, computers that are small enough to work on individual atoms. The

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    The View from the Bottom Rail The Lewinsky Scandal… A perfect example as to why we cannot accept everything at face value before carefully examining it first. Everyone thought President Clinton was behaving himself in the White House, but, as it turns out, he was most definitely not. This can be the same for history. We must carefully consider different aspects of articles so that we do no make the mistake of believing everything we read. In order to fully understand an article, we must understand

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    Puck and Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream

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    Puck and Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream When James Joyce was a teenager, a friend asked him if he had ever been in love. He answered, "How would I write the most perfect love songs of our time if I were in love - A poet must always write about a past or a future emotion, never about a present one - A poet's job is to write tragedies, not to be an actor in one" (Ellman 62). I mention this because - after replacing the word "comedy" for "tragedy" and allowing a little latitude on the

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    Looking Beyond the Bottom Line

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    Looking Beyond the Bottom Line Production of "low value products" is difficult to motivate in capitalist economies, but the task can be accomplished when viewed from a broadly-defined economic perspective. The key negative aspect at issue is the fact that "low value products" detract from a company's "bottom line" profits. A company's economic value is diluted both directly and indirectly when "low value products" are under consideration. Genetic engineering is seriously confronted with these

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    The Character of Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream The character of Bottom in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is frequently foolish, but he is not a fool. His exuberance and energy are allied to practicality and resourcefulness, with an alarming lack of self-consciousness. He, at any rate, is not at all tongue-tied before the duke, as Theseus has known others to be. We do laugh at Bottom in many situations, but should note that these are situations in which any man might seem ridiculous:

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    Critical Analysis of Arthur Levine's A Race to the Bottom A Race to the Bottom is a highly informative article detailing a study conducted by Arthur Levine. It relates to the quality of educational administration programs across various college and university campuses. This analysis will discuss the core concepts, logic, contexts, arguments and justifications, major points, and state my personal evaluation of the article. Core Concepts The major concepts of this article relate to the ineffectiveness

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    Euthanasia and the Hospitals' Bottom Line An important factor in debates over health care and treatment strategies is the issue of cost. It is tremendously expensive to provide the state-of-the-art care that the modern hospital offers. Concerns about where the money will come from to care for elderly citizens appear to be making the case for "mercy killing" even more compelling. Under financial pressure, hospitals are exercising their right to deny such expensive healthcare to the aged or seriously

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    Triple Bottom Line

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    consideration and the successful implication of Triple bottom line. However, the small and medium enterprises in Bristol also play an important role in contributing to the prize of this city. Therefore, Bearpit Social - a small coffee shop, which has been applied the business concept to have a suitable development plan as well as help Bristol develop more comprehensively. This report was written to help organisations understand more clearly about the Triple bottom line and how to implicate to improve the business

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    The Triple Bottom Line

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    Introduction In the typical business world, organisations seek to maximise profit and growth as the ‘bottom line’ in their pursuit of business survival. Such traditional methods of business accounting implemented by organisation have resulted in different types of social and environmental problems as they only measure performances in terms of economics (Gray & Bebbington 2001). For example, the performance of a manufacturing company is measured and reported solely on its monetary gain without taking

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