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    Romeo and Juliet Meet for the First Time This part of the play is very important because this is where Romeo and Juliet meet for the first time. The scene starts off with the servants preparing for the party that Lord Capulet is having. The words of the servants show that they are very busy. 'You are looked for and called for, asked for and sought for, in the great chamber.' That they are also quite excited and that are doing a lot of rustling and bustling about. 'Away with

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    Baz Luhrmann and Franco Zeffirelli have both made productions of Romeo and Juliet. Baz Luhrmann's version is very modern but still uses the old text. This film was made in 1997. Franco Zeffirelli sets his film with old looking sets and uses the old text. This film was made in the 1970's. Both films are set in Verona but the sets are very different. Franco Zeffirelli's seems to be set in Italy, with small stone roads. Baz Luhrmann's version however has large open spaces, hot weather and large

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    The Catcher In The Rye

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    phone’s a girl who’s number he received from a guy he meet once at a party; he said that the girl was “not exactly a whore or anything but didn’t mind doing it once in a while”. After Holden had spent a good amount of time trying to persuade her to meet him, because he was “feeling pretty horny”, the girl, Faith Cavendish, finally got him to register the answer of no into his brain. At this point Faith asked the main character if he would like to meet for drinks the next day, but he declined, because

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    adoption process

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    that is the most popular that is the type that I am going to concentrate. The reason that it is the most popular is because of four factors. The first is because the independent agency is flexible, secondly it allows the birth mother to personally meet and select adoptive parents, thirdly it allows the adoptive parents to quickly locate the birth mother rather Smith 2 then waiting several years for the agency to do it for them, and lastly the child can be placed in the home of the adoptive parents

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    comprehend. This is the same Matter from which our bodies are made, our physical nature. This is terrifying, alienating to Thoreau: "I stand in awe of my own body, this matter to which I am bound has become so strange to me . . . I fear bodies, I tremble to meet them." His purpose is met - he "witnesses his own limits transgressed". He senses that "his reason is dispersed." He tries to voice his feelings of alienation - and finds he is removed even from his voice, can only shout "Contact! Contact!" Wendy notes

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    can it be defined? To answer these questions we need to find the definition of industry first. An industry is a group of firms producing products and/or services that are close substitutes for each other(……). To be considered as an industry, it must meet three factors -- individual businesses, revenues of those businesses, and a common product. Now let’s see what tourism is. However, there is no single definition, that is to say no agreement on what tourism should be. There are some reasons: tourism

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    my friends say “Only if I had more time.” Well if they have spent less time chatting and more time studying things would be different. After a length amount of time of talking, people decided to meet. There have been so many horror stories about this. For example, [1] In January of 1998, a man meet a woman over the Internet called L. He thought he was in “true love”, because of all the time they spent chatting and talking over the telephone. He also thought he could trust her... ... middle

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    to design and produce goods or services that match buyer expectations, and creating and maintaining relationships with customers and suppliers. Marketing is essential to the success of any business. Its primary aim is to enable businesses to meet the needs of their customers and potential customers, whether then it’s for profit or not. To make my strategy successful for business it must: Ø Understand customer needs Ø Understand and keep ahead of competition Ø Communicate effectively

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    deals with the most important resource in the business – people. For any business to achieve its objectives they must plan their resources and one of their key resources is people. They need to get the right people and develop them well in order to meet the organisation’s aims successfully. As an organisation grows and expands, the human resource department will know that the organisation needs to recruit more staff and they plan carefully. Recruiting staff in an organisation is very expensive

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    staff employees will be the research and development and finance to which support the line employees. Functional areas of a business will all have their own objectives to meet that will relate back to the company’s overall objectives. Below will explain how each functional area of Kenwood helps the business to meet their overall strategic objectives. Marketing Marketing are responsible for producing a brand image for the company to increase customer awareness. Their main responsibilities

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