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    Vocational

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    B. Assume that the holiday home is full (20 guests) for the whole period (30 weeks). Calculate the margin of safety and the sales price that could be charged per guest to break-even. -Margin of safety = maximum number of residents – break even -Max number of residents = 600 -Break even = 450 Therefore margin of safety = 600 – 450 = 150 guests When referring to the margin of safety equalling 150, in simple terms this means that the charity can drop 150 guests and still not make a

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    to then sell their catch to mainly local residents. Sheringham never became a major trading port. A possible reason for this might have been the absence of a large town nearby to export the products or the lack of a sheltered harbour. However, soon Sheringham became a popular holiday resort, now tourists could travel easier through a new railway link to the town. Now, tourism has become the main industry of Sheringham, and employs most residents of the town. The rest of the population are

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    Housing Limited

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    these doorways, that all collect the same stack of recyclable announcements, but I have the combination to unlock the one that corresponds with the big box, called my dorm room. In my mailbox, there was a flyer that was personally addressed to me: Residents of Pennypacker Hall. When the metal clasp that kept the contents a secret, was removed the first thing I saw was "NEED A PLACE TO LIVE NEXT YEAR?" It was an advertisement for some of the apartment complexes downtown. Disappointed that it was not

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    Deviance In Society

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    profession that has existed since the beginning of society. Prostitution is viewed as a sleazy way of making money. The United States outlaws this profession, because it degrades females. Yet it is legal, and accepted in the city of Las Vegas, Nevada. Residents in Nevada view prostitution, as any other job. Individuals become deviants when society decides to call the acts deviance. It is a labeling process put on the person. An example of deviant behavior would be the teen youth wearing ba...

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    collected during the rush, located in Appendix A, indicates the entrance arrival times of each student, the service time of the cashier, precooked, and interactive lines. The cafeteria serves about one hundred and fifty residents of Cambridge Hall and approximately one hundred residents from Nottingham Hall. The cafeteria serves hot foods, salads, snacks, sandwiches, and beverages. The data has given me information on the percentage of customers that preferred a hot meal (interactive and precooked) to

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    Homebuying 101: An Affordable Challenge For the past four weeks, Natalie Delsoin and 24 other Boston residents have been spending their Tuesday nights learning the ins and outs of affordable housing. Delsoin recently moved to Dorcester after a military stint in Germany, and she hopes to someday own a home. She plans on that day coming sooner rather than later. Delsoin’s biggest concern is her 2 year-old daughter. “I need a single family home that is safe… and safe for my child,” she said.

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    Casablanca

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    get to Spain and then to America, but refugees must obtain a fairly costly exit Visa to get onto the plane. In the middle of all this is Rick's cafe. Rick's former love Ilsa comes to Casablanca on her way to America and discovers Rick to be a resident there. The love triangle between Ilsa, her husband Laszlo, and Rick keeps the viewer in suspense until the very last minutes of the movie. This movie contains all the factors that a make a movie a classic. It has great performances by a top

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    Malcolm X

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    communities as dangerous and gang-infested. They continually rely on the reports of these areas for the bulk of their news and overlook the positive images that residents of these areas try to create. For example, KNTV news continually reports on the thefts and shootings in East San Jose but does not make an effort to show how residents are dealing with these situations. The day a local East San Jose church helped sway the city council to put a streetlight on a very busy intersection, the news pre-empted

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    Malaysian

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    PROTON'S bonnet badge shows a tiger, but a fish might be more appropriate because the state-backed Malaysian car-maker is going from being the largest resident in the small pond of its protected local market to being a minnow in the deep waters of the global car industry. the state-backed Malaysian car-maker is going from being the largest resident in the small pond of its protected local market to being a minnow in the deep waters of the global car industry Malaysia becomes a richer, more

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    materials as its means. Nick, the narrator as well as one of the main characters of The Great Gatsby, has moved to the East coast from the West to learn the bond business.  He rents a mid-sized bungalow on West Egg, where most of the other residents have adopted their wealth, which just happens to be next to the palace-like house of Gatsby, the main character of the story.  Nick's cousin Daisy and her husband Tom are a well-to-do couple who live on East Egg which is right across the bay

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