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    other who will be against protagonist. These characters are antagonist. Protagonist is most of the time noting without antagonist. Antagonist is noting with protagonist because they are against them so both are depended on each other. The police officer that caught Luke was on tough man. He must have been hard working to caught Luke. Time play a very important role in this book. It all if he was faster or if he had more time. The places did not matter as much. It could be changed if given a little

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    the month of October 1954, when he was twelve, his whole life destiny changed in an instant. Upon finding out that there was a police officer in the basement of a gym, Cassius went down in a horrendous state of mind exclaiming a "state wide bike hunt," and said he was going to beat up the person that stole his bike. The way his life changed was that the police officer asked him if he knew how to fight and he said "no." The policeman offered Cassius lessons in how to box so that he could seek out the

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    actors knew their lines of dialogue and exactly what they were talking about, which made it easy for the audience to follow along. The actors could clearly be heard and had clear enunciation, expect during the scene of the trial, in which, the police officer was on the stand. This was in part due to the fact that he was seated in an area beside the audience and it was hard to make out what he was saying because the audience was blocking him from my view. The voice the characters used was appropriate,

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    Luciano

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    possible, he needed to combine all of the crime “families” in the United States. He established this organization, la Cosa Nostra, and appointed a board of directors, including the legendary Al “Scar-face” Capone, with himself as the Chief Executive Officer. Luciano’s presence demanded respect from everyone and aided in the creation of the American Mafia, a malignant but far-reaching underworld force that, to this day, continues to flourish (Nash 251). Born to the name Salvatore Luciana on November 24

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    jeremiah healy

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    l973, and passed the Massachusetts Bar in 1974. He was an associate with a Boston law firm, from l974 to 1978, gaining a lot of courtroom experience. (Michaels, 2003) The Army ROTC helped pay for his education, and Healy served as a military police officer, leaving the Army in 1976 as a captain. He married Bonnie M. Tisler on Feb. 4, l978, the same year he began teaching at the New England School of Law in Boston. His first novel, Blunt Darts written during the summer of 1981, was rejected 28 times

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    take orders and do what there country is asking of them. However, even though each situation is different they both deal with some of the same emotional issues throughout each story. In the story, Shooting an Elephant, George Orwell was a police officer for the British government. In the story it is hard to tell if George was actually forced to go to Burma, but none the less he states, “As for the job I was doing, I hated it more bitterly than I can perhaps make clear” (Orwell 1539). This is almost

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    eyes go dead, the hell I send him to will seem like heaven after what I’ve done to him”- Sin City, 2005. The scene is taken from the number one movie in the Country, Sin City. Sin City shows a criminal killing a police officer without any remorse, after discovering the police officer killed his lover. Movie makers have always made crimes seem understandable to their audience, justifying murders committed by “good guys” and not the murders done by “bad guys.” Does this somehow have an affect on the

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    Managing Human Relations

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    management structure at Aussieco will prove the unstable and badly structured company’s position. Aussieco is an Australian company established in1962. The owner has been able to retain full control and ownership, acting as chairman and chief executive officer since the foundation of the business. Although he makes most final decisions, he is not involved with the daily running of the company. The executive managing director is the owner’s nephew. He is a neo-graduate with no industrial experience, completely

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    Marketing

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    (Spulber 7). Winning a market requires a company to have an aggressive investment and growth. Although many companies try to keep costs down for the consumer, low costs are not always the solution for every situation. It is generally the Chief Executive officer (CEO) who formulated strategies to connect markets. The CEO has to have the ability to for see the future of the company in order to make intelligent decisions. Wal-Mart was founded in 1962 by Sam Walton, who wanted to make a discount department store

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    Penicillin

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    could be diluted 1,000 times and still be effective in killing bacteria. After years of working on penicillin and going nowhere, many of his co-workers grew tired of hearing about it. The first real test for penicillin came when a 48-year-old police officer nicked himself shaving. After a time, Alexander's face became infected and he developed a temperature. When he was rushed to the hospital, the doctors believed that he had only hours to live. Then Dr Fleming and his crew started to treat this patient

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