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    lower cost for businesses may have meant lower quality workplace items, lower salaries, less benefits, etc. These lower costs created an upset workplace environment for the employees. This upset has help found a new branch of science called Ergonomics. “Ergonomics is a relatively new branch of science which celebrates its 50th anniversary in 1999, but relies on research carried out in many other older established scientific areas, such as engineering, physiology, and psychology.” (http://www.ergonomics

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    Sufism

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    Sufism Sufism, otherwise known as Islamic Mysticism, is a branch of Islam. It deals with special powers that are contained in the Qur'an. It is a more philosophical approach, where a person tries to become one with nature, and feel the power of God. The term mysticism can be defined as the consciousness of the One Reality -- be it called Wisdom, Light, Love or Nothing. (Shcimmel 23) A Sufi tries to unite his will with God's will. They try to isolate themselves, so they can fear and become close

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    Wouldn’t it be difficult living without electricity? We live in a world where technology is constantly being innovated; therefore I feel it would be. In Topeka, especially on the eastern side of town, buildings are old and so are the power lines that energize them. These lines were designed based on the design of the infrastructures that were built around the same time. Since then a lot of development has occurred and has since caused problems due to power lines being above ground. The general design

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    Negotiating with Chinese

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    travel to institutes/universities/ministries - private advice companies with seat in Hongkong - finding a chinese single person who have good contacts (guanxi) - advertise in magazines and newspapers - contact Chinese great companies of the same branch and try to get in direct contact with them or to get informations about other possible partners - contact an other german company who already established their business in china and asking them to work as a contact person to china - asking the

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    The Legislative Branch

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    The legislative branch has the power to create the laws and declare war. The Legislative Branch is also known as congress. If a tie ever occurred in an election, this branch gets the power to break the tie and choose another president. This branch was created in article one of the constitution. The legislative branch is made up of the House of Representatives by one half and the Senate by the other half. The Senate has two representatives from each state. The House of Representatives bases the population

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    Preoccupation with the Maternal Body

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    In “Among School Children,” Yeats’ tête-à-tête with a tree provokes probable symbolic parallels. I am intrigued that Yeats addresses the tree directly as the “great-rooted blossomer” (61), and although the poem includes strong references to Greek imagery, Neo-Platonist philosophy, and Italian art, I think that because the poet speaks to the tree, he bestows personification which establishes the tree as the most prominent symbol in the poem. The tree symbolizes a force that is flourishing and unwavering

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    the legislative branch

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    The strongest branch of government is the Legislative Branch. The Constitution separates the powers of the United States government into three divisions known as the Executive, Judicial and Legislative branches. The powers of each branch are constantly regulated through a system of checks and balances. The system insures that no one branch becomes stronger than the other. However, listed in the Constitution are eighteen enumerated powers granted solely to Congress. More powers are granted to Congress

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    Prompt C I chose to write what a reader response criticism for the poem by Robert Frost “Out, Out”. I guess, I have a strange way of looking at things because this is not the first time I have a different opinion on what a poem or story means then the majority of the class. I don’t necessarily think everyone else is wrong, I just think I can justify my way of thinking also. In “Out, Out” we as a class talked about that the boy had a terrible accident and died and how everyone then went back to work

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    Forgotten Life

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    Forgotten Life I’m not entirely sure when I started having these nightmares but what I remember very vividly is how each nightmare turned out. Each night the nightmares grow consistently longer and longer. It also gets even more vivid each night I have it, I don’t know where these nightmares have come from but what I do know is that they are starting to sink me deeper into that place of a sense of hell. It’s like as if I am in a Nightmare in Elms Street kind of situation. I’m not entirely sure what

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    Conditional and Iterative Data Types

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    Conditional and Iterative Data Types Conditional and Iterative A programming language cannot be a programming language with out its conditional and iterative structures. Programming languages are built to accomplish the task of controlling computer input and output. A programmer must use every tool available to complete his/her given tasks, and conditional as well as iterative statements are the most basic items of programming which must be mastered. Many different programming languages

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