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  • Ian Fleming: A Biography

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    Ian Lancaster Fleming was born on 28th of May 1908 in Mayfair, London. He was the son of Valentine Fleming and Evelyn St Croix Rose. Valentine was a barrister and Member of Parliament and the son of Robert Fleming who was an extremely wealthy Scottish merchant banker. Evelyn was the daughter of a wealthy London solicitor. At the start of the First World War, Valentine joined the army and quickly rose to the rank of Major. He was killed by German shelling in France on the Western Front on 20th May

  • Stags and Hens - personal performance review

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    night in Liverpool for what was at that time, the present - reading the play, however, and comparing it with the portrayal of present day Liverpool I noticed no obvious changes. Another play that I have studied is ‘Blue Remembered Hills’ by Dennis Potter. This play was written in and is set in the heart of Devon in WW2 year 1943 with a cast of 5 boys and 2 girl characters; all of which are children around the age of 7. Composed for a cast of 5 female and 5 male characters, ‘Stags and Hens’

  • Mythical Pasts: Ethiopianism as a Revitalization Movement

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    Mythical Pasts: Ethiopianism as a Revitalization Movement Throughout history, identification with Ethiopian heritage has been a familiar concept to the Jamaicans who have suffered under slavery, colonialism and social oppression. This concept of "Ethiopianism" includes the appreciation of Ethiopia’s ancient civilization as well as its profound role in the Bible and world history. It has long been manifested in Jamaican culture as a means to identify with a glorious, righteous, and perhaps the

  • Concussions and Head Injuries in the National Football League

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    middle of paper ... ...rogram Teaches Kids Proper Way to Play."TwinCities. N.p., 11 Aug. 2013. Web. 8 Dec. 2013. Freeman, Mike. "NFL Isn't in Danger of Dying Soon, but You Can Hear Whispers."CBSSports. N.p., 7 May 2012. Web. 8 Dec. 2013. Dodd, Dennis. "Concussions and College Football: The Game Must Change -- or Perish." CBSSports. N.p., 22 Aug. 2013. Web. 7 Dec. 2013. Freeman, Mike. "Ten Ways to Fix the NFL's Growing Concussion Crisis." CBSSports. N.p., 10 May 2012. Web. 7 Dec. 2013. Schwarz

  • physiotherapeutic management of stroke

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    Introduction Cerebrovascular disease or the term stroke is used to describe the effects of an interruption of the blood supply to a localised area of the brain. It is characterized by rapid focal or global impairment of cerebral function lasting more than 24 hours or leading to death (Hatano, 1976). As such it is a clinically defined syndrome and should not be regarded as a single disease. Stroke affects 174-216 people per 10,000 population in the UK per year and accounts for 11% of all deaths in