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    It is important to review The Office of Public Sector Development Commission of Thailand (OPDC) on behalf of Thai government that has shaped Thai university by putting KM strategies into its corporate strategic plan for the years 2006 to 2010 (Commission 2007). In 2006 Thai universities, in order to improve its performance in management, introduced the first phases of KM into the organisation. At that time, since KM was new to the staff, only a few staff understands KM. According to the annual

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    On The Road- A Success?

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    directions and who is this Dean guy anyway? Upon reading the novel a second time there's this fascination with all the characters and their actions. The tale unfolds with Salvatore Paradise, called simply: Sal. Sal is a writer, in his thirties, living in New Jersey (his whole life). He becomes obsessed (it seems) with a guy named Dean Moriarty. Dean is an interesting character- a con and a womanizer; he still becomes a guy that readers would want to be pals with. Dean and Sal have an interesting

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    On The Road

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    born in Massachusetts, in 1922. Kerouac quit school and joined the Merchant Marine, starting the travels which would become ‘On the Road’ his most acclaimed novel. It is said to be an account of Kerouac's ("Sal Paradise’s") travels with Neal Cassady ("Dean Moriarty"). According to Allen Ginsberg, Kerouac typed the first draft of On the Road on a fifty-foot long roll of paper. On the Road gave an outlet of release for the dissatisfied young generation of the late forties and early fifties. And although

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    Dizzy Dean Biography

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    Dizzy Dean “It ain’t braggin’ if you can back it up.” –Dizzy Dean. Dizzy Dean lived up to his famous quote throughout his baseball career. He had a daring character, and never backed down from a challenge. He was known as nonchalant, and boastful man. He did whatever he wanted and did not care about the consequences. Dean was not the most intelligent man, although he was very witty and always had sly remarks. He was an interesting character, and Robert Gregory defines him in great detail in

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    novelist who lives with his aunt in New Jersey. Sal’s best friend is Dean Moriarty. Sal idolizes Dean for his laidback cowboy style, his ease with women, and his all around joy in living. Over the course of the book, Dean marries, divorces, makes love to, and impregnates numerous women. Sal is considerably less promiscuous, but he doesn’t seem to hold women in any higher of a light than Dean does. To Sal and Dean, on their journey for a greater understanding of themselves, and life, women

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    unpredictable, dizzying tornado of energy named Dean Moriarty embodies Sal's attitude of the spiritual potential that life contains and Sal "shambles after" him, hoping to reach that potential. Sal's hero is regarded as a long-lost brother and in Dean's "excited way of speaking I [Sal] heard again the voices of old companions and brothers under the bridge..." Born in Denver, Dean's mother died young and his father became a drunk hobo, leaving Dean in a childhood complete with reform school and harmless

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    testing or getting accused of it knowing you didn't do it. Dean Cage and Raymond Towler are both Charged with crimes committed. Dean Cage was arrested for the crime of a 15-year-old girl being raped in the basement stairwell of an apartment building on the south side of Chicago("Dean Cage"). A young girl was raped in a apartment and he is accused out of others but they should have cameras around a apartment building so that leads to Dean Cages case but on the other hand Raymond Towler is also arrested

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    Dean Ornish Analysis

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    Simple changes in our lifestyles can yield such large results in our quality of life. Many people believe that advances in surgery or new medicine, in a pill form, are answers to many diseases that effect a mass amount of people. Dean Ornish believes that when utilizing his program, The Spectrum, we can treat these diseases by just simply changing parts of our lifestyle. Ornish believes that treating preventable diseases, naturally, without surgery or medicine is possible when participating in his

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    The First Rebel Who Changed The Entire World

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    he did this on purpose. James Dean, first rebel, was known for disobeying what he was taught by peers and went against what he was told, changing the youth and history in the United States of America. He introduced the thought that sex, violence, fast cars and not listening what others ridicule his actions, is the only way to go and if you were not doing that, you were a spineless coward who was afraid to stand up for yourself. All these actions led up to James Dean making a revolution of rebels

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    actor, James Dean. James Dean lived a short life, but in his time he influenced many people. James Dean has a role in history, in this essay, you will learn about his life, his importance, and his death and speculation surrounding it. James Dean’s whole life was a very wild ride. James Dean was born in Indiana in 1931. After his birth, his family moved to Santa Monica, California. Tragically, when James was nine years old, his mother, Mildred Dean, died of cancer. Knowing that Dean was very close

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