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...accidental as opposed to being intentional, and if an individual is murdered because of perceived intentional murder, then that would be tantamount to injustice. Contrapasso punishments are not good for the administration of justice (Lansing, 2000). Reference Lansing, R. (2000). The Dante Encyclopedia. New York, NY: Taylor & Francis... in the style of Dante Inferno The Contrapasso Punishment Contrapasso in his poem presented certain punishments for various sins people committed. He believed that every sin had its price to pay. For instance, when an individual is charged with murder, the person he was submerged in the blood level metaphorical for the blood amount the person he had killed shed when he...
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Essay Question Rewrite
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...accidental permutation that they occur. The importance of this argument is such that languages occur within a basic and defined set up that work with no superfluous structure variations. Such are foundational rules as they do not depend on tone or fluff.... A7. There is a difference when language is used especially without necessarily having the need to learn it. As explained by Mc Wholer, history shows how interaction between different language groups occurred such as in the case of Russians and Norsemans, Native Americans, and Europeans bringing up the need to communicate to a limited extent. Such languages become utilitarian as the acquisition of the language is not on a permanent basis. For this...
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Reading reflection and answering two questions
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...accidental but refers to one of the function of a teacher in ensuring that students operate within established regulations. Such a role is contrary to the imagination that managers only exist in large or commercial organizations. Questions Three Guidelines... reflection and questions October 30, Reading reflection and questions Reading Reflection The idea that establishing rules and procedures for preventing indiscipline is significant to class management was interesting to me (Borich, 2013). This is because the idea establishes the teacher’s role as a manager. A manager controls people, and management of class activities involves such control. The term management is therefore not accidental but refers ...
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Name And describe 3 types of sleep disorders
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...accidental falling asleep or such disruptions of sleep like sleep paralysis (inability to move the body when waking... Sleep Disorders There are three types of sleep disorders which are lack of sleep (insomnia), disturbed sleep (sleep apnea, REM sleep behavior disorder, restless leg syndrome and periodic limb movement disorder), and excessive sleep (narcolepsy). The disorders are defined by medical doctors as pathological conditions that interrupt normal sleeping process. Insomnia is one of the most common sleep disorders and is characterized by inability to fall asleep. The reasons for such condition are multiple, including wrong diet, stresses, diseases etc. The disorder interrupts normal life activity...
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Cybersecurity
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...accidental erasure of data is experienced. The loss is then only limited to the level of access that particular staff has. It is therefore appropriate to grant staff in the organization access to information only on a need basis. References Probst, C. W. (2010). Insider threats in cyber security. New York: Springer.... security Lecturer: The use of MD5sum program to check whether the information is accurate cannot be considered useful since MD5 is no longer a viable system for data encryption. Research has proved that the use of MD5 hashing to secure files is vulnerable to collision. Working demonstrations show that multiple files can be created to bear identical MD5 checksum and consequently breaking...
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Brief of case 1
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...accidental and unintentional activities that exposed other parties to risks in public places and noted that such cases do not identify negligence. (The New York Court of Appeal 1) Works cited The New York Court of Appeal. “Helen Palsgraf, Respondent v The Long Island Railroad Company, Appellant.” The New York Court of Appeal. May 29, 1926. Web. March 4, 2015. < http://www.courts.state.ny.us/reporter/archives/palsgraf_lirr.htm>.... 4 March Brief of case Case: Helen Palsgraf v. the Long Island Railroad Company, New York Court of Appeals 248 N.Y. 339 (1928) Procedure Palsgraf sued Long Island Railroad for negligence and was awarded. Long Island appealed but the court’s decision still favored Palsgraf. Lon...
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Nelson Goodmanss New Riddle Of Induction
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...accidental (that a given man now in this room is a third son does not increase the credibility of the statement asserting that other men now in this room are third sons and so does not confirm the hypothesis that all men now in this room are third sons) statements. Yet, both are cases in which the hypothesis is a generalization of the evident statement. Thus, Goodman argued: “only a statement that is lawlike – regardless of its truth or falsity or its scientific importance – is capable of recieviing confirmation from an instance of it; accidental statements... ?NELSON GOODMANS’S NEW RIDDLE OF INDUCTION The traditional problem of induction was popularized by David Hume and it reamined quite traditional...
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...Accidental Soldier's Account Of The War In Iraq The windstorm in the opening scene of John Crawford's The Last True Story I'll Ever Tell: An Accidental Soldier's Account Of The War In Iraq, paints a picture of a man caught up in a force of nature that parallels the soldier's experience in war. The sandstorm robs Crawford of his vision and he finds himself walking in circles unable to move toward any destination. This theme of desperation and frustration that he feels at not having control over the situation is woven throughout the stories as each is told. He did not enter the war with a strong sense... -month absence did to that relationship, but throughout the story we are given...
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Safety management
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...Accidental food poisoning Fire burns and accidental cause of fire that could risk the lives of hundreds of people Genetic defects from inhalation of poisonous gases Injuries from equipment used I n the laboratory It is, therefore, paramount that a laboratory worker exercises a lot of caution to safeguard his safety. The following are some of the safety precautions that a laboratory worker has to put n place to avoid the above risks: Wearing tight-fitting attire... Part II Safety Analysis for Laboratory workers Laboratory workers are at high risks of being involved in all forms of accidents. Depending on the nature of work a laboratory worker is engaged in, there are myriad possibilities of accidents;...
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Interactions of hazardous materials
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...accidental safety and the precautions that would minimize the chance of accidents. However... ? Interactions of Hazardous Materials No: Interactions of Hazardous Materials According to the given incident, the ‘class 8’ label on the tanker shows that the liquid is corrosive (like sulphuric acid, hydrochloric acid, Sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide). The NFPA diamond with a 0 at 12 o'clock, shows that the liquid will not catch fire, a 2 at 3 o'clock shows that the liquid will undergo violent chemical change under normal conditions, a 4 at 9 o'clock shows that the liquid is deadly and it should not be inhaled or allowed to touch a body part under any condition. A slashed W at 6 o'clock depicts that...
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Philosophy term paper
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...accidental (that a given man now in this room is a third son does not increase the credibility of the statement asserting that other men now in this room are third sons and so does not confirm the hypothesis that all men now in this room are third sons) statements. Yet, both are cases in which the hypothesis is a generalization of the evident statement. Thus, Goodman argued: “only a statement that is lawlike – regardless of its truth or falsity or its scientific importance – is capable of recieviing confirmation from an instance of it; accidental statements... NELSON GOODMANS’S NEW RIDDLE OF INDUCTION The traditional problem of induction was popularized by David Hume and it reamined quite traditional...
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MARKETING PLAN FOR PGI COMPANY
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...accidental damage, theft etc. Oh and outside the house as well. Well, accidental loss cover, the usual fire and theft that’s about it. Just fire and theft mainly. Just like the basic cover. Don’t want to spend too much money. The usual fire, theft, accidental damage, legal expenses insurance and all those telephone help lines –you know the repair, tradesman-sourcing etc. Oh just everything covered really, against everything. I do hate those exclusions. Just give me the money when I make a claim. I pay enough for it especially all those years I The usual fire, theft, accidental damage, legal expenses insurance and all those telephone... ?Human Resource Management Module Leader: Module MAN4146M 04/01...
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MANAGING ACTIVITIES TO ACHIEVE RESULTS
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...accidental events that have occurred in the production levels. In this context... ?Managing Activities to Achieve Results Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 TASK 3 The Roles and the Significances of Use of Standards in an Organisation 4 Performance Improvement 4 Cost Minimisation 5 Workplace and Environmental Safety 5 TASK 2 6 Analysing Health and Safety Situation and Issues in Sutton Chemicals Ltd 6 Measures to be Executed in order to Comply with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 8 Recommended Health Policy for Sutton Chemicals 10 TASK 3 11 Identifying Issues Raised from Change Management and Formulating Adequate Measures to Address Them 11 Conclusion 13 References 14 Introduction ...
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Primary Care Nursing Coursework
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...accidental childhood injury and the study by Bull (2006) examines pediatric attendance in Accident and Emergency... THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF HAVING CHILDREN NURSED IN The Advantages and Disadvantages of Having Children Nursed In both Mixed A&Es and Separate Children's A&Es [Writer's Name] [Institution's Name] The Advantages and Disadvantages of Having Children Nursed In both Mixed A&Es and Separate Children's A&Es (LITERATURE REVIEW) Introduction Accident and Emergency departments or A&Es are very important units within any clinical setting but Chow (1999), mentions that these units are also becoming popular in primary care which should mainly be used for GP referred cases. A&E cases i...
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Explain Aristotle's Notion of Substance
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...accidental attributes, and given the proximity of species to the particular, as opposed to the particular and the genus (a particular man and the genus animal), Aristotle asserts that "we may hold that of secondary substances species is more truly substance than genus" (Categories, 2b22). In the Metaphysics, Aristotle dismisses the possibility that "ideas", such as "mathematical objects" can exist apart... ?For the topic of substance, the most logical beginning in Aristotle, might be best realized by beginning with his logic, in particular, in the Categories the topic of predication itself. In Greek, kategoriai means predication (Peters 72). There is a parallelism with the doctrine of predication with...
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The jainist and Carvaka approach to ethics Are they compatible
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...accidental character and that the substance cannot exist without the essential character. In a soul for instance, the essential character is consciousness whereas the accidental character of soul is desire, pain, volitions, pleasures and passions (Bilimoria, Prabhu, & Sharma, 2007). In soul liberation, one has to get rid of the accide3ntal characters of the soul in self-denial in order to live in a manner that is desirable... ? Jainist and Carvaka approach to Ethics This paper will explore the Jainist and the Carvaka approach to ethics with a critical analysis of each approach to determine whether the two approaches are compatible. The paper will give a deeper insight into both the Jainist and the...
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Any engineering ethical issue. i prefer Bp oil spill if possible
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...accidental oil spill in terms of marine life within the petroleum industry’s history. The oil’s spread was expanded was winds blowing across the south shore as well as an impending cold front (Kerr 2010). Oil washed the beaches of Gulf Islands National Seashore as well as Louisiana’s coastal areas entering into Alabama and Mississippi. By October 2010, it had reached the West Bay in Texas and started to have underwater oil plumes as well (Gillis 2010... Oil Spill This was an oil spill which occurred in the Gulf of Mexico for a period of three months in the year The impact of the spill has continued to this day even though the well has been capped. The BP oil spill is regarded as the largest accidental...
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The Death of Kurt Cobain: The Unresolved Mystery of Rock-n-Roll America
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...accidental drug overdose, and lastly on murder. Kurt Cobain fashioned the grunge-alternative music but he is widely known as Nirvana’s lead singer. When he died at the top of his game on April 1994, thousands of his fans could hardly accept it (Cross 2001). Tom Grant has been fervently carrying out a search into unraveling the mysteries surrounding the death of the prominent rock star and raising the controversy if whether... The Death of Kurt Cobain: The Unresolved Mystery of Rock-n-Roll America The death of one of the most popular music icon, Kurt Cobain, shocked many people. His abrupt death raised numerous questions and suspicions about the nature of his demise. Many believe Cobain did not commit...
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Nursing Pharm
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...accidental administration of the drug in high dosages. Although the client does not show signs... Extra Credit for Exam # 3 Questions Why is heparin used as the anticoagulant for Ms Smith? Heparin, especially low-molecular-weight heparin (LMWH), is the conventional treatment choice proven to be safely administered for pregnant clients with Deep Vein Thrombophelibitis (Smeltzer et al., 2010). Specifically, heparin is used to prevent the formation of new clots due to venous stasis typical during pregnancy, and prevent further enlargement of pre- existing clots (Ignatavicius & Workman, 2010). 2. Why is some heparin ordered to be given by IV push and some heparin ordered to be given by IV infusion? Critical...
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Discussion 2 Week 5 Cost Management
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...accidental leaking of chemicals into the ground would be costly in terms of the extensive amount of cleaning up operations that would tantamount... Cost Management al Affiliation Cost Management Imagine that you are a manager of a chemical company. An accident has occurred in which chemicals leaked into the ground water nearby. The community is unaware of the accident. Compare the primary costs involved in cleaning up the water immediately (and thus confessing) versus hiding your culpability now and possibly paying more in the future. Predict the impact on profitability in both situations. Justify your response. The primary costs involved in cleaning up the water immediately, and confessing to the acciden...
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See Below week 6
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...accidental. Finally, the movie would be more captivating by including mathematical calculations for better understanding. References. Salkind, D. (2006). Encyclopedia of Measurement and Statistics (1st ed.). Thousand Oaks: SAGE Publications.... Statistics Affiliation Statistics. T statistic allows scientists to use example data to test hypotheses about an unknown populace mean. One of the advantage of the t statistic, is that the t statistic does not necessitate any knowledge of the population standard deviation (Salkind, 2006) Thus, the t statistic can be used to test hypotheses about an entirely unknown population; that is, both μ and σ are unknown. Thus the only available information about the...
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HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENTS work sheet
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...accidental marine oil spill in the history of the petroleum industry, is hydrocarbon poisoning in the environment. However, it also paved the way for the establishment of the Exxon- Valdez voraxial separator. July 2010 EVTN Voraxial Separator Trialed in Gulf Oil Spill The EVTN voraxial oil separator development by Fort Lauderdale uses the centrifugal by the gravity force to separate two or more different liquids. It was used during the 2010 BP Oil Spill, with effects such as the provision of industrial and environmental separation technology, the development of the company for both sells and manufactures, and the establishment of the Florida precision aerospace company... Historical Developments in...
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Ethical and Legal Implications of Medical Errors
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...accidental as opposed to intentional. Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) are common, with hospitals and healthcare facilities being solely responsible for the underlying errors and/or practices that lead to their occurrence within the caregiving process. Ethical Implications Codes of conduct... Ethical and Legal Implications of Medical Errors Introduction Medical practices and healthcare provision are critical aspects of individual and social welfare. Many healthcare providers display expertise in their line of production, although there are reported cases of errors in the medical practice. Medical errors occur at various levels of medical and health care practice, with most of these errors being...
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Is Hamlet Really Crazy
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...accidental but the suicidal acts are signs of insanity. This is because Hamlet is experiencing severe guilt and depression because of the death of his father. His world has been interrupted and turned by the demise of his father. Everything that Hamlet viewed as correct and good... Is Hamlet Really Crazy The idea of whether Hamlet was insane is an issue of individual interpretation. Modern scholars and audience are unable to ascertain the intentions of Shakespeare. Since no one from Shakespeare’s time exists to evaluate and interpret the intentions of Shakespeare’s production. Contemporary audiences and scholars have formed different and unique conclusions of whether Hamlet was insane or not. There is ...
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Forensic Interview With a Child Victim of Sexual Abuse
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...accidental disclosure through questions of the detective and was earlier comfortable with defining her imagery, she would have been more at ease with anatomical dolls. Since Sally is a considerably older child who is able to provide details that she could remember about specific events, use of cognitive interviewing would have been more appropriate although some of the techniques were used in the earlier part of the interviewer however further interview was not built on it. Therefore... running head: Forensic Interview Of A Child With Sexual Abuse Forensic Interview Child with Sexual Abuse Submitted to [Pick the In the given scenario, the victim is a considerably older child i.e. Sally, who is able to...
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Promoting Healthy Workplace
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...accidental piercing, safe patient handling which involves application of safety handling equipment such as safety gloves to protect nurses from contracting diseases, and finally environmental safety that involves keeping the environment at the work place safe and hygienic. 9. As part of Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, OHSN has come... Promoting Healthy Workplace of Affiliation 5. In both health facilities, latex allergic patients are identified upon admission and given red band with an indication of the allergy. The same information is recorded in medical charts and other relevant documents that appertains to the patient. Such a person is treated with a latex free gloves or in an environment...
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Burns
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...accidental injuries and even deaths worldwide, coming only after motor vehicle/ pedestrian injuries and drowning. Even though certain cases of injury do not require hospitalization, severe burn injuries can usually lead substantive morbidity or even death in certain cases, making burn injuries a significant aspect of consideration especially on the care that such patients require. Burnt patients usually differ from other critically ill patients in a number of ways. For the most-effective care, burn patients usually require monitoring that concentrates on the pathophysiology burns, injuries caused as a result of inhalation of smoke... Burns of Affiliation: Burns Burns contribute to a large percentage of...
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The Four Forces of Evolution
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...accidental changes in the positioning of gene alleles in some species. This genetic drift then led... Four Forces of Evolution Evolution is defined as a process that involves the change of alleles that make up genes in an organism. The process of evolution is well defined by four primary sources; gene flow, gene drift, natural selection as well as mutation. In tandem with this assertion, the paper will provide detailed information on the four forces, and they are involved in the evolution process. Majority of the biologists believe that the world started as a single unit with a small population of primitive organisms. The environmental conditions however continued to change with time leading to accident...
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HFACS (Human Factors in Aviation Safety)
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...accidentally. These unplanned acts have undesirable consequences (Chialastri, 2012). HFACS method used to classify human errors The HFACS used a data obtained from databases. These databases were maintained by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and National Aviation Safety Data Analysis Centre (NASDAC). The information contained in these databases dated since 1990-2000. For the sake of analysis, the HFACS selected accidental reports... Human Factors in Aviation Safety al affiliation Introduction Human error simply refers to the deviation from the intention or even expectations. However, human error in the context of HFACS refers to the outcome of an act that has been done by an individual...
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Atmospheric pollution and its affect on human health
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...accidental air may also take place due to forest fires or unpredicted occurrence of burning garbage that produces considerable amount of smoke when different gases evolve in the process. Accidental air comes... Atmospheric Pollution and its Effect on Human Health Smog is one type of air pollution formed when a smoke emitted from various sources combines with a fog in the atmosphere. Several factories or manufacturing firms are initially responsible for generating smoke out of a variety of chemicals typically utilized for cleaning, refining, and other related processes during production. Even belching automobiles become a primary source in creating smoke that mixes with foggy air. Pollution by accidental ...
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The technology of cloning
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...accidental damage caused to genetic organisms, any genetic defects present at the time of birth, or accidental exposure to radiation or toxic substances may result in infertility. Cloning is one of the many technologies that assist in the overcoming of the problem of infertility. Around twelve million Americans are infertile at the age of child bearing. Years of medical treatment cannot result in satisfactory remedies to infertility. It is for such infertile couples that human cloning comes s a sigh of relief... ? A Creative Exploration of your own choosing. "Discussion the technology of cloning and the arguments that exist relative to it." Laura Strunk University/College Student Attends. Using the...
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Rh Incompatibility
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...accidental or erroneous transfusion reaction that occurs when Rh-negative blood is transfused to Rh-positive individuals. Since the main pathologic phenomenon is hemolysis, this clinically may take the form of hypotension, tachycardia, fever, chills, hemoglobinemia, hemoglobinuria, chest pain, flank pain, discomfort at the transfusion site in the adult individuals. While the fetus in utero does not show such clinical signs, intravascular hemolysis and hemoglobinemia would... Rh Incompatibility The Rh system is, perhaps, the most important blood group system in human blood in the context of clinical implications. This is a mandatory parameter in pretransfusion testing. The Rh an...
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Russia and Americas National Security
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...accidental nuclear war. (Lucas, 2008) The world surely does not want to go back to what it has experienced in the past. Therefore, all that can be done to avoid the threat of a new cold war or an accidental nuclear war should be undertaken. However, in order to do this, both Russia and the United States should join hands and work for international security... and America's National Security This article by Stephen Cohen is basically about how the current United s' foreign policy against Russia could result in risky consequences for the United States itself. Stephen starts by telling us about the present situation in Russia and how it has still not been able to recover from the collapse of...
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Academic Integrity & Plagiarism
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...accidental and intentional plagiarism. Individuals may even fall for the myth that since the information is so easily available and so widely used, it does not need to be credited to the original source or to the source from which the information has been obtained. Information can be available in various forms, it can be available in form of texts, pictures, print and audio form... Plagiarism Kriszner s that plagiarism is a term used to define the act of obtaining one’s opinions and statements and then portraying them as one’s own original piece of opinions and statements (Kirszner 224). The term plagiarism has been derived from kidnapping which is a Latin word. Plagiarism can be conducted in two forms, ...
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A Creative Exploration of Your Own Choosing-from files that I will send you
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...accidental damage caused to genetic organisms, any genetic defects present at the time of birth, or accidental exposure to radiation or toxic substances may result in infertility. Cloning is one of the many technologies that assist in the overcoming of the problem of infertility. Around twelve million Americans are infertile at the age of child bearing. Years of medical treatment cannot result in satisfactory remedies to infertility. It is for such infertile couples that human cloning comes s a sigh of relief... A Creative Exploration of your own choosing. "Discussion the technology of cloning and the arguments that exist relative to it." Laura Strunk University/College Student Attends. Using the templa...
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Abuse
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...accidental. When Kristopher... Child Abuse: Summary and Reflection “No charges in adopted Russian boy’s death” by the Associated Press delves into the case involving the death of an adopted Russian boy as a result, Russian authorities believe, of child abuse and neglect. Laura Shatto, the adoptive mother, found her son Max unresponsive one afternoon while he was playing with his younger half-brother Kristopher. Max was pronounced dead at the hospital a few hours later. Kristopher, also adopted by the Shattos, was unharmed. The autopsy of young Max revealed an array of bruises over his entire body, but the results of the autopsy were inconclusive, and the doctors who reviewed his body declared his death...
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In the form of a Poster discuss the importance of using the correct anatomical marker on every radiograph (Subject Radiography)
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...Accidental Injury (NAI): Use of Anatomical Markers. The Society and College of Radiographers. [Online] Available at: http://www.rcr.ac.uk/docs/radiology/pdf/BFCR(11)5_RCR_COR_NAI.pdf [Accessed February 27, 2014]. The Society of Radiographers, 2002. Radiography: Statements... References Alderson, C. J. & Hogg, P., 2003. Advanced Radiographic Practiced The Legal Aspects. Radiography, Vol. 9, pp. 305-314. Bontrager, K. L. & Lampignano, J., 2013. Textbook of Radiographic Positioning and Related Anatomy. Elsevier Health Sciences. Council for the Professions, 2006. Code of Practice – Radiography. Council for the Professions Complementary to Medicine – Malta, pp. 1-9. Centre for Medicare and Medicaid Servi...
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Review #2
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...accidental connection of the earth’s orbit with the cloud of complex chemicals brewed in some ancient stellar explosion. On the other hand, many people believe in the Divine creation story. However, the major argument of anthropology is that one should begin any research into our origins, history as well as destiny bearing in mind the real-world factors of culture, climate, and genetics... Charles Darwin was convinced by his analysis that the human species origins, like that of any other species, are to be found in blind and ‘cruel’ competition at all levels, i.e. in many millennia of nature (Wenke and Olszewski, 83). This paper considers the origin of human species in the competitive world of...
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Is Technological Progress a Thing of the Past
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...accidental inventions, which may be both detrimental and beneficial. This means that technological progress may be both intentional and unintentional, and thus the future is unpredictable. In conclusion, the limits of technological progress are boundless and one cannot necessarily rule out technological advancement as outdated. Although it may seem like technological advancement is running out of steam, economic and industrial growth largely relies on new technology. It may be slow, it may take time, but the world has not seen the best of technological inventions yet. Trial and error, as well as luck, is in favor of technology. Computer simulations provide unlimited possibilities.... Technological...
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Overview of digital forensics at NIST
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...accidental damage. It provides protection of sensitive information which would otherwise be used for malicious purposes and even acquisition of data from the hosts that can be used by the company in the future. Furthermore, it also gives an opportunity to monitor log... Digital Forensics at NIST National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is a federal technology agency that mainlyworks hand in hand with industries to improve the innovations technology and security. Digital forensics is a scientific technique used to provide analyzed information to support investigations in cases of security incidences, arising from crimes, system damages and even recoveries of lost or damaged data (Shirley,...
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Research
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...accidental and inherent complexities that occur in the system. The limitations in software and domain challenges lead to the following challenges respectively. Different mechanisms are needed for the communication components to take care of the inherent complexities. If these are not available, a problem arises for all the components present as they interfere with all other functions in the group. The accidental complexities made from the development of low-level components place focus on poorly structured distributed systems (Weijia and Jia 141). This leads... Research Research into many information technology applications is spearheading the growth of information technologyin various parts of the...
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The Death of Marilyn Munroe
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...accidental, suicide or murder, which can be explored to determine which is the most credible and why despite the fact that an official report on her death was issued (Possible suicide) the story is still subject to a myriad of speculations. Despite the plethora of theories, the official explanation is still the most logical, and despite the many loose ends and mysterious circumstances surrounding it, it best explains the available facts. However, one must take cognizance... ?In the wee hours of the morning of 6 August 1962, Marilyn Monroe’s housekeeper tried to rouse her from her slumber, she could not, she tried the door, but there was no response. She called her doctor, they came, and having no better...
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Risk Assessment Continuity Plan
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...Accidental Disaster Recovery As it has been ascertained by nearly every writer working on the topic of continuity plans, backups are essential for a smooth recovery from disaster (Gouldson, 2002). An accidental disaster does mean a flood or hurricane since in those cases a company may have a few days of warning to ensure that everything is in place to counter that. An accidental disaster can be natural, i.e. earthquake or lightning strike but it mostly occurs through human error. For example, a disaster can occur even when an employee accidentally or unknowingly pushes a button at the wrong time or downloads a virus... Risk Assessment Continuity Plan Introduction No matter how careful a company is while...
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PED 131
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...accidental firing since spring loaded primers are part of the safety mechanism of the modern revolver which help prevents accidental firing. But the correct answer to this question is (d) because the modern revolver has a double action... Your Profs Your es October 2009 Safety with Guns This essay gives a of the reasons and the motive in which I thought while giving my answers. I have also written the correct answers giving the logic behind why they are the right answers and why the selected few of my answers were wrong. I had gotten the first question wrong which was- A modern revolver can be carried safely with all chambers loaded because. My answer to this was (a) spring loaded primers stop accident...
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Database security risks
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...accidental or wide-reaching threats to their consistency and use. The database environment has turned out to be more... Running head: Database security Risks Database Security Risks Affiliation December 2009 Data and information are the most significant and valuable resources for every business or organization. Database is the main tool for managing and storing these precious resources. Therefore, databases have become the basic need for every organization or business. The databases are vital for the business and corporate management. In case of damage to this business resource, the whole business can go down. This paper will present detailed analysis of the database security risks. This paper will...
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English 101
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...accidental deadly radiation. Is it merely an emotional matter to protest against this serious matter? The fact is why it would be unreliable technology when it has efficiency, sustainability and safety of operation. So it can be said that it is the misuse of this technology which can be turned in to the global threat. The most funny thing is that still there is no initiative to invent the new technology to dispose the plants’ radioactive waste. So although it is not producing green house gases but its unmannered waste is seriously dangerous for public health and safety.At last it is also mentioned that the vice president Dick Cheney emphasized on building new nuclear power...
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Significance of the thinking and writting on education (History of Education)
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...accidental condition” and “that the children of the poor must be thus educated at common expense” (Jewett 2010). Jefferson pointed out that States should be divided into small districts or wards for better educational outputs and for him the structure of education should be in four levels: elementary schools, grammar schools, universities, and life-long learning. However, Jefferson’s liberal views on education failed to accommodate the educational needs of women, Blacks or Native Americans... Significance of the thinking and writing on education (History of Education) Noah Webster and Thomas Jefferson are two major educational thinkers whose thinking and writing have immensely contributed to the...
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Swimming pools
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...accidental intrusion of sharks and sometimes-strange behavior of birds like seagulls etc. One of the reasons of avoiding beaches is fecal contamination. How beaches are contaminated There are many reasons for beaches being contaminated. "Fecal contamination occurs... HOUSING AND HABITABILITY SWIMMING POOLS Beaches are one of the best ways to relax and release all the tensions. After a hectic work during weekdays every human being would love to relax all his/her muscles and burn out the stress. Having fun and relaxing the muscles is the best way to release the stress. In US there are many beaches like Miami, Minnesota, etc. Sometimes going to beaches is considered dangerous. The reasons are...
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Specificity and Sensitivity
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...Accidental falls in hospital inpatients: evaluation of sensitivity and specificity of two risk assessment tools. Journal Of Advanced Nursing, 66(3), 690-696. doi:10.1111/j.1365- 2648.2009.05231.x  Tappen, R. M. (2011). Advanced nursing research: From theory to practice. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.... Specifi and Sensitivity s 7th July Specifi and Sensitivity Tappen d that specifi and sensitivity are clinical terms used to evaluate clinical tests. In most cases, clinical tests are undertaken to confirm or rule out the presence of diseases during the screening process. It is fundamental to note that specificity and sensitivity measures are independent of the population of interest...
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Chicago Fire Review
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...accidental fire in the buildings insulation system. Reports indicate that the fire was fuelled by flaming debris that originated from a void space among insulated acoustical tiles and wrapped insulated piping. There was no cited design flaw on the part of the building concerned. However... Chicago High-rise Fire Reveals Benefits of Lessons Learned The Chicago High-Rise Fire Reveals Benefits of Lessons Learned is an article comparing twofire incidents and the differences in responses on the part of firefighters. The earlier fire reported occured in October 2003 involving the Cook County office building. The recent fire incident transpired in the 70-year old LaSalle Bank building and was caused by...
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