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  • Distinctive Features of Near Death Experiences

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    Distinctive Features of Near Death Experiences It is estimated that only 5% of the population will have a NDE, this being a time when an individual is pronounced clinically dead but for some reason survives death and lives to try explain why and how they had this experience. Experiences like this are usually life changing. NDE are the link between whether there actually exist a separation between the physical body and the soul this is because the features of NDE’s are purely personal and

  • Analysis of the Distinctive Features of an Auteur, Stylistically and Thematically

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    Analysis of the Distinctive Features of an Auteur, Stylistically and Thematically The formal definition of the word ‘auteur’ is “A film director, especially one whose work is regarded as having some distinctively personal quality about it…this film director’s practice also has to comply with the ‘auteur theory’, which states that he/she must be considered the primary creative force in a motion picture”. This essay will argue whether Andrei Tarkovsky can be considered to be an auteur. The

  • The Distinctive Features of Natural Law and Situation Ethics

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    The Distinctive Features of Natural Law and Situation Ethics The theories of natural law and situation ethics are far from concrete, and the impact of the contemporary ‘new natural law,’ led by the American philosopher Germain Grisez, appears to be a great one. Yet despite modern modifications, the two concepts are essentially deep-routed within human thinking. However, they were formulated at opposite ends of the second millennium: St. Thomas Aquinas’ 13th century Summa Theologica developed

  • Main Features Of The Ontological Argument

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    argument are Anselm, Descartes, Malcolm, and Platinga and the main opponents are Aquinas, Kant, and Gaunilo. When looking at the weaknesses of this argument, it becomes clear that this argument fails at proving the existence of God. A first distinctive feature of the ontological

  • Biometrics in security

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    following four modules: 1. Sensor Module. The sensor module captures the biometric data from an individual. 2. Feature Extraction Module. The feature extraction module processes the biometric data to extract a feature set, or salient features. Any unnecessary or extraneous information from the feature extraction stage will be discarded. 3 3. Matcher Module. The matcher module compares the feature set against the stored templates in the database to generate matching scores. 4. System Database Module. The

  • Sufism or Tasawwuf: A Sect of Islam

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    central for S... ... middle of paper ... ...in the remembrance of God in order to achieve higher levels of spirituality and reach an ecstatic state in order to realise the Divine Truth ( Richard, 1982).The Muslim community has condemned certain distinctive practices of Sufism as it is seen as blasphemous and are claimed to have deviated from the mainstream Islamic principles. However it would be wrong to claim that Muslims disapprove of every belief and practice of Sufism. Despite the rejection of

  • Basque Language.

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    being spoken. “A standardized form of the Basque language, called Euskara Batua, was developed by the Basque Language Academy in the late 1960s”[1]. Basque has many distinctive linguistic features that makes Basque different from many Indo-European languages like German and French. A very interning and distinctive morphological feature of Basque would be the reduplication of words. “Reduplication in linguistics is a morphological process in which the root or stem of a word (or part of it) or even

  • Use of Scrum in Global Software Development (GSD)

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    various challenges in control, communication and coordination due to socio-cultural, geographical and temporal distance. Scrum is increasingly being applied in GSD as it supports teamwork between developers and customers. Scrum method offered a distinctive feature to mitigate the effects of socio-cultural and geographical but not temporal distance on coordination in GSD projects. This paper presents how Scrum helps to mitigate the effects of temporal distance which includes increased coordination costs

  • Condos Case Study

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    units per floor. Other distinctive features can include elevators that open directly into foyers of private units, water cascades, meditation enclaves and helipads, all of which add refinement and value. Put together, these features can make such properties distinctive trophies of the buyer’s hard work and success, if not, sound blue chip investments. Robinsons Luxuria –Specializing in seamless pampering In recognition of the demand and therefore

  • Romanesque and Gothic Architecture

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    the Church increased the demand for the increased presence in architectural monuments and during the Romanesque and Gothic periods, a great cathedral construction boom occurred across Europe. The Romanesque and Gothic architectural styles were distinctive in not only the massiveness of the Romanesque monuments and the introduction of the cruciform plan but also for the introduction of the Gothic era art within the Cathedrals which included the inclusion of art the radiating Rose Window, column figures

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