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    to the target language (TT). The general characteristic features of English and Arabic legal translation are lexical,

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    Should Campaign Funding be Limited?

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    The issue of campaign financing has been discussed for a long time. Running for office especially a higher office is not a cheap event. Candidates must spend much for hiring staff, renting office space, buying ads etc. Where does the money come from? It cannot officially come from corporations or national banks because that has been forbidden since 1907 by Congress. So if the candidate is not extremely rich himself the funding must come from donations from individuals, party committees, and PACs

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    Election of 1860: How Could Lincoln Have Lost the Election The election of 1860 brought a dramatic change to politics. The country had already been divided by the Northern states and Southern states. There were disagreements over whether the territories should be expanded and about each state entering the Union. In addition, slavery was also a major issue. Not only was Lincoln not even on the ballot in nine Southern states, he only won 2 of 996 counties in the entire south. Not only did Lincoln

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    Jimmy Carter

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    Carter was born on October 1, 1924, in Plains, Georgia. He was the first president to be born in the hospital (the Wise Clinic in Plains). His parents were James Earl Carter (born 1894, died 1953), and Lillian Gordy Carter (born 1898, died 1983). Jimmy had 3 siblings, Ruth Carter (Stapleton), Gloria Carter (Spann), and William Alton (Billy) Carter. Jimmy Carter’s ancestry was English, his religion is Baptist. He went to the following schools: - Plains High school, Georgia (1929-1941) - Georgia

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    Jalisco in Mexico

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    language of the Mexica or Aztecs) "xalli" - meaning sand or gravel - and "ixtli" - meaning face, or by extension, plane. Thus, Jalisco, remarkable for its sandy soil literally means "sandy plain”. Jalisco is seperated by the peaks of the Sierra Madre. Jalisco is known for having a complex landscape - now lofty plain, now rugged sierra - the area is however very good for fertility, and is as beautiful and varied as any in Mexico, ranging from fresh pine woods and cool pastures to lush tropical forest

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    Role Of Public Relations

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    The positive role and impact of public relations in a nation- building campaign. Public relations can be defined as the active attempt to restore and maintain a sense of community (Kruckeberg and Starck 1988, p. 11). It can form part of a social process in which organizations would invest time in developing relationships with people based on mutual trust in order to understand and appreciate their point of view. Taylor and Kent (2006, p. 302) see public relations as having "the unique potential

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    with force by France. Soon after being commissioned his father died, and he was forced to provide for his family. Napoleon spent the next seven years reading the works of the philosophers, and educating himself in military matters by studying the campaigns of the great military leaders of the past. The French Revolution and the European war that followed broadened his sights and presented him with new opportunities. Napoleon was a supporter of the French Revolution by all means. He went back and forth

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    internal and external stakeholders. Buffett’s investment acumen, integrated with these three rhetorical strategies, educates, influences and directs his audience towards issues of importance, such as social responsibility, as seen in his “Giving Pledge” campaign. Buffett has proved that credible leadership is not

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    How the West Was Won

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    the West was ?won?? For hundreds of years the early stories of the United States have been summed up by the expression, ?How the West was won.? The classic cowboy and Indian films have always portrayed the white settlers moving across America?s plains and mountains to be innocent at heart in their journeys to search for gold or save souls. The Indian was always a fierce, tomahawk-wielding warrior. Was Hollywood accurate in depicting this story? How might history look from a different point of

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    Effects of Popaganda films on World War II

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    minds of the masses of the world just as surely as military weapons engaged the enemy. Persuading the public became a wartime industry, almost as important as the manufacturing of bullets and planes. Both sides launched an aggressive propaganda campaign to galvanize public support, and some of these nation’s foremost intellectuals, artists, and filmmakers became warriors on that front. Propaganda in the broadest sense is the technique of influencing human action by the manipulation of representations

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