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    The Features of CBD

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    The Features of CBD The CBD is located in the centre of the town as shown in figures 11 and 23. It has many features all contributing to the overall feature of the CBD. The CBD is very different to the surrounding areas. The majority of CBDs have a pedestrian zone. This is demonstrated by figures 16 and 17 which show that in the CBD there is a large amount of pedestrians and no cars. This is a feature of

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    Features of Excel

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    Features of Excel The software that I am using to make my project is Microsoft Excel. Excel has feature that would help me make my project and make it better in a way. These features are written in detail below. Features include: · Formulas · Comments · Hyperlinks · Pivot Tables · Cell shading · Locking cells · Cell validation · Insert Pictures · Cell referencing · Using AUTO SUM · Conditional Formatting · Relative and absolute addressing · Charts

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    The Sun and Its Features

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    The Sun and Its Features Changes in the magnetic field of the sun affect us here on earth in a number of interesting ways. This magnetic field is caused by the flow of electrically charged ions and electrons on the sun, and if it didn't exist, the sun would be a much more boring star. The 11-year cycle of the sun's magnetic field accounts for many of the cool features of the sun: sunspots, solar flares, and aurora borealis. At the beginning of the cycle, the magnetic field is weak and there are

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    The Features of Conformity and Obedience Conformity: Debra Gray defines conformity as “A change in behaviour in response to real or imagined group pressure when there is neither direct request to comply with the group nor any reason to justify the behaviour change”. Conformity is the degree to which members of a group will change their behaviour, views and attitudes to fit the views of the group. The group can influence members via unconscious processes or via overt social pressure on individuals

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    The Redeeming Features of the Characters in Electra In Euripides' 'Electra', there are a number of parts, speaking and non-speaking, that reveal the redeeming features of the otherwise pitiful characters. This essay will consider the roles of Orestes, Electra, Clytemnestra, the Peasant and Aegisthus (whose actions are only reported to us). It is arguable that the characters are not redeemable due simply to the plot of the play: a son returns, kills his father's unworthy successor, his

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    The Features of Key Recruitment Documents Before a business starts recruiting new employees the human resources department compiles a job description and person specification for the specific job they have a vacancy for. The job description gives potential candidates a taste of what is expected of them in the job. The job description is also used after the vacancy has been filled to ensure that the job is being carried out properly. The person specification is focused on the applicant and

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    Safety Features in Automobiles

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    Safety Features in Automobiles "Motor vehicle crashes are the number one killer of Americans under the age of 34. Every 22 minutes someone is killed in a crash" (Vince and Larry). Since 1990, many new safety features have been put into vehicles to help save lives. These features are Antilock brakes, airbags, OnStar, and four-wheel drive or all wheel drive. "One of the best safety features available is anti-lock braking system" (Gillis). Antilock brake system (ABS) is a safety feature that keeps

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    Comparison of Features Used in Programs In Visual Basic variables are declared using Dim and then the name of the variable, which could be anything of your choice. Dim is short for DIMENSION. A Dim statement tells the computer to set up a place in the memory with the right dimensions to store a piece of data that has a certain data type. For example: Dim k As Integer Dim k As Integer sets up a place (location in memory) with the name k and enough space to hold a whole number. “k” is

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    Arthurian Features in That Hideous Strength

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    Arthurian Features in That Hideous Strength Tales change with every teller. Features may be added or subtracted, stories may be broken apart or combined. Often the story-teller will adapt the tale for his own purposes to emphasize some theme of his own. C. S. Lewis uses and modifies older sources in many ways in his novel That Hideous Strength, incorporating themes and portions of Arthurian literature to add color and emphasize the subjects of his plot. Lewis includes many direct references

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    The Particular Features Of The Employment System In Japan One of the unique and well known features of the Japanese employment system is permanent employment for workers. Japanese corporations responses to recessionary periods provide an opportunity to sort out the myths from the realities of the Japanese permanent employment system. During recessions Japanese companies forced to reduce their costs achieve reductions in several ways. First, they reduce the number of women and temporary workers

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