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Taman by Mikhail Lermontov
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...Mikhail Lermontov Introduction “Taman” by Mikhail Lermontov, an excerpt from “A Hero of Our Time” is written from the perspective of a man, who was dissatisfied with his life. Taman seemed to be the most scaring city of all in the northern Russia for Pechorin. He wanted to live by the sea on his way to the Caucasus. Nevertheless, a romantic picture of marine landscape is a weird background for the smugglers’ activities… Pechorin and his life On the one hand, the hero was lacking of adrenaline buzz and he was looking for intrigues. On the other hand, Pechorin was not courageous enough; he was not a self-assured and an inspired romantic person. He is an outcast of the epoch of Romanticism… He... Taman by...
Borodino: Mikhail Lermonotov
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...Mikhail Lermontov is interesting for readers of all times by its historical background. It is written in a very attractive manner. The Battle of Borodino impresses the readers by its huge scope, because it was the decisive battle of Napoleon’s invasion in Russia. A spirit of Russian nation is heard in every line of the poem. It was published in 1837 in the literary magazine Sovremennik and it was devoted to the 25th anniversary of the battle. Lermontov, supposedly, based this poem on documental evidences of his two relatives, Arsenyevs and Stolypins who participated... Lermontov’s Borodino With cause all Russia fashions lays  About Borodino! (Lermontov, Borodino) Borodino by the Russian poet Mikhail...
Russian Symbolism and Mikhail Vrubel
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...Mikhail Vrubel Russian Symbolist movement was a major factor in the cultural upheaval, an era that was referred to as the Silver Age. Much of the effort was expressed towards improving the literary technique and a new way of thinking in Russia. The period between 1899 and 1903, the symbolist movement was more unified as compared to how it was before, where most authors had no option but rather to rely on their own resources in order to bring out books and had a somewhat limited access to the journals, however, by 1903, there were established publishing houses were their pieces of work were predominantly accepted. A major progress was also witnessed in the field of the World... Russian Symbolism and...
POVERTY AND STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS
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...Achievements Poverty and Achievements Child poverty has become a very big challenge for educators and the whole education system. This is because it affects the student’s performance and many students who are very bright and who could otherwise perform very highly are ending up not performing well and in fact dropping out of the system before achieving their academic potential. Burney and Beilke (2008) look at very important issues which have to do with the fact that poverty is not just the lack of money. This article is as a result of a study done in a project studying rural poor children who were being sponsored by philanthropists in a project called the Gift of Education... their student’s...
Edgar Degas's Sculpture Little Dancer, Aged Fourteen
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...dancer created a sensation when it was revealed. "Regarded by some of his contemporaries as a masterpiece of realism, by others as hideously ugly and by yet others as a brilliant fusion of history, science and popular culture, [the statuette] was an extraordinary technical achievement for an individual with little previous experience in sculpture" (Kendall et al: 1). The combination of these elements made the statue undeniably a part... - I have tried sending you messages and tried reaching you through administration but there has been no response. I have been having difficulty finding sources on this topic and was trying to discover if you had any available that could be applied, or if you could...
Chinese Judiciary Achievements
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...achievements and constraints the judiciary has had in the process? Introduction China has experienced fundamental and quick reforms in the legal and commercial areas since 1979. China as a country started almost from scratch and has recorded a substantial progress towards creating a commercialized arbitration system portraying international practice. Efforts have been directed by the government towards realizing a western-style legal occupation whose emphasis is on civil law which is in line with the country’s economic reforms. Despite this strides made, china... ? Topic: In line with China’s economic reform, the Chinese judiciary has undergone formalization and institutionalization. What are the...
Octavian's two biggest achievements
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...achievement of Octavian: strong military and Pax Romana Octavian was the first Emperor of Rome who succeeded Julius Caesar after the latter was assassinated. He ruled Rome from 27 BC until 14 AD (History World). The rule of Octavian could be perhaps be the most peaceful reign of the Roman empire. Octavian, who later renamed himself as Augustus Caesar or Imperator Caesar Divi Filius Augustus ruled Rome with his Pax Romana or Roman peace that allowed not only peace to prevail but paved the way for the improvement and beautification of the Roman city which Pax Romana afforded them to achieve (Lecture 12). Octavian’s achievements of building a strong military and achieving Pax Romana... ?The two greatest...
Student Achievements - Global Revisions
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...achievement is akey goal and objective of all educational institutions. There are several internal and external factors that influence student achievement. The paper explores the topic from different angles and using accredited scholarly journals. The paper looks at positive student engagement in the classroom which is a main factor that results to high student achievement. It also considers other factors such as the influence of teachers on students achievement, class size, motivation, family attitudes, peers influence, gender, school culture, as well as environmental factors. The research concludes that all these factors play... Running head: Factors affecting Performance Factors affecting Performance...
Russian Literature. Mikhail Bulgakov The Master and Margarita
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...Mikhail Bulgakov is considered to be one of the most enigmatic and peculiar literary masterpieces of not only Russian, but also World Literature. "Manuscripts don’t burn” –this expression became aphoristic. Some Russian literary critics suppose lots of plotlines of “The Master and Margarita” overlap with the plots... exegetical nature, i.e., was the interpretation of Holy Scripture. But a peculiar interpretation of the latter was Master’s novel of Yeshua and Pilate. Thus, according to Bulgakov, or rather to the logic of model chosen, such manuscripts could not just burn! Mikhail Bulgakov, knowingly, put this sacramental phrase into the mouth of the devil. Woland was the...
Sharif Husayn ibn Ali achievements
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...Achievements of “Sharif Husayn ibn Ali" the Amir of Mecca in 1916 Sharif Husayn ibn Ali was an ambitious leader who craved for a single Arab state. This ambition played a key role in his rise and fall. This article aims to explore the achievements of his rule as the Amir of Mecca. Sharif Husayn main achievement was his collaboration with the allies that helped him win the 1916, Arab Revolt (William & Bunton, 2013, p. 17). Since he was a religious and political leader, he used his influence to unite the different Arab clans to form his army in the fight against the Ottoman army. During the war, he succeeded to capture Damascus after...
Judah ben Samuel Halevi Achievements
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...achievements of Halevi have attributed a lot towards the history and culture of Judaism. His role as a philosophical intellect has given the fundamental structure to the religious... ?The philosophical contributions of Judah ben Samuel Halevi has been centrally influential in the cultural and religious constitution of Judaism. Hiscontributions to the Jewish culture and value system have been reported by various researchers as remarkable in the relative placement of Judaism as a religion. His poetry has been proved to be a vital influence in the formation of the philosophical framework for Judaism. Trained and qualified in philosophy, Bible, rabbinic literature, grammar and medicine; his contribution to...
Degas Private Life of a Masterpiece Little Dancer Aged Fourteen
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...dancer aged fourteen. Degas was a special dancing trainer who used to sculpt and train young dancers of age ranging from ten years and fourteen. Nevertheless, one unique thing about Degas is that he was only interested in training the female dancers but not the male. Degas gets interested in training the young girl aged fourteen called Marie, he takes and mould many parts of her body, and finally after... The impact of early talent nurture Dancing is one special art that attracts many participants of various levels. A special talent enables someone to move vigorously in unique posture. It may take years of practice to perfect in the stage. This paper is going to expound more on Degas and the little...
Analyze and develop "BeautyWhen the dancer is the self"
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...Dancer Is the Self.” Her autobiographical essay asserts that beauty cannot be seen through the naked eye of others, but the naked eye of oneself on one’s personal strengths. Jamaica Kincaid agrees... 23 September Moment of Destiny: Beauty in the Self-Made “Self” So many people either lose or find themselves, as they tryto unearth the meaning of “beauty” in their lives. Modern world easily deceives people into accepting the notion that “beauty” pertains to the physical self. Companies use advertisements to imbibe materialistic formulations of “beauty.” The past two essays helped clarify the definition of “beauty” and what it personally means to me. Alice Walker explores “beauty” in “Beauty: When the...
Analyze and develop "BeautyWhen the dancer is the self"
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...Dancer Is the Self.” Her autobiographical essay asserts that beauty cannot be seen through the naked eye of others, but the naked eye of oneself on one’s personal strengths. Jamaica Kincaid agrees... 23 September Moment of Destiny: Beauty in the Self-Made “Self” So many people either lose or find themselves, as they tryto unearth the meaning of “beauty” in their lives. Modern world easily deceives people into accepting the notion that “beauty” pertains to the physical self. Companies use advertisements to imbibe materialistic formulations of “beauty.” The past two essays helped clarify the definition of “beauty” and what it personally means to me. Alice Walker explores “beauty” in “Beauty: When the...
The Inclusion of Traveller Pupils - Raising Achievements
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...Achievements Content Introduction 3 1 Understanding of inclusion in education 3 2 Travellers and related concerns 5 2. Discussion 8 2.1 Educational achievement of Traveller pupils 8 2.2 Key barriers in Traveller pupils’ education 13 References 22 1. Introduction 1.1 Understanding of inclusion in education According to the UK National Association of Special Educational Needs (NASEN), “…inclusion is not a simple concept, restricted to issues of placement. Its definition has to encompass broad notions of educational access and recognise the importance of catering for diverse needs. Increasing mainstream access is an important goal” (cited in Rayner 2007: 35... ? The Inclusion of Traveller Pupils: Rising...
Individual achievements of African Caribbean Males
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...Achievements of Caribbean Males CONTENTS … … … … … … … … 3 Introduction… … … … … … … 4 Rationale of Study with Hypothesis… … … … 6 Method / Methodology… … … … … … 7 Results and Analysis … … … … … 9 Literature Review… … … … … … … 13 Recommendations and Conclusion… … … … 20 References… … … … … … … 26 Abstract Caribbean countries in fact globally occupy the position of developing countries. However, the developments achieved by Caribbean youths are still within and an imagery status that they are underdeveloped is being exhibited. The educational career of Caribbean youths are subjected to various types of constrains, since the cultural environment in which they pursue their education... ? Individual...
Abraham Lincoln. His Life and Achievements
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...achievements, struggles, failures and their impact on America based on existing literature. Lincoln’s childhood: Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12 1809 in Kentucky to Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks. His childhood was something that even Lincoln was never excited about because of the poverty and other... first Abraham Lincoln Introduction: Abraham Lincoln is the most revered President of the United s and has left profound impact on the Americans as well as the rest of the world through his relentless struggles, beginning with his birth and ending with his death. He was a man of character, integrity and strength. In the present discourse, an attempt is being made to understand Lincoln’s life,...
The Life and Achievements of Mao Zedong
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...Achievements of Mao Zedong Introduction Mao Tse-tung Zedong a Chinese Marxist theorist, soldier and later a political leader was born on 26 December 1893 in a peasant family in Shaoshan within Hunan province. Positively or negatively, Mao was the most influential leader of the 20th Century. He will be remembered forever for the inerasable revolutions he embarked on to modernize China into a potent nation it is today. This paper focuses on the political and social life of Mao, as well as his achievements. He was born at a period of great social, political, and cultural dynamics with most leaders pressing for end of imperialism. He attended a village school and gained basic education... ?The Life and...
Photographic Portrait
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...Mikhail Baryshnikov, Michael Moore Keira Knightley, and Scarlett Johannson, in the nude, with Tom Ford in a suit; Nicole Kidman in ball gown and spotlights; and, recently, the world's long-awaited first glimpse of Suri Cruise, along with parents Tom and Katie. Her portraits have appeared in Vogue, The New Yorker, and The New York Times Magazine in ad campaigns for American Express, the Gap, and the Milk Board. Leibovitz was made a Commandeur des Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French government and has been designated a living legend by the Library of Congress. Her first... Portrait photography is also coined as portraiture. It is the duplication of a person's image through photography where...
Obamacare. The Achievements of Our Founding Fathers
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...achievements of our founding Fathers and the knowledge and experience that inspired them to establish this nature and type of government. It also important to understand and recall the origins and characters of the United States constitution and the structure of government and the rights and privileges of citizenship that is inherent in the constitution. The American constitution was drafted and promulgated in 1787.1 The early framers and formulators of the United States constitution had experienced dark and hard times under the previous despotic central government system... ? Introduction The ongoing motive by United s government to introduce the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act through the...
Russian author Mikhail Bulgakov: Book- Black Magic and Its Exposure. From The Master and Margarita
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...Mikhail Bulgakov ‎by his widow. Mikhail Bulgakov lived in a huge family under great respect, friendship and love. Since childhood he was involved in theatre and often wrote comedies at home which were enacted by his siblings. He wrote many books in his early career of writing that were not allowed to be published as they consisted of experiences of the First World War and his severe illness after that. His work was always criticized and thus, in 1929, his career was ruined... -political thoughts and the vanity of modern life. Bulgakov has emphasized on great cultural value in the book as he himself had to face many problems from his homeland and was also banned for any publications twice. But...
D.W.Griffith: the life and achievements of the genius filmmaker
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...achievements of the genius filmmaker 26 July Early Life: Climbing Out from Poverty On January 22, 1875, Jacob Wark Griffith and Mary Perkins Oglesby became the parents of David Wark Griffith (Drew, 2002). David was born in Crestwood, Kentucky to a an “impoverished family” (Henderson, 2010, p.1). David's father, also called “Roaring Jake,” was a Confederate Civil War veteran, who influenced his son with his love for the romantic and dramatic, as well as Jeffersonian goals and values (Drew, 2002). His father's animating stories about Mexican and the Civil Wars fired his son's imagination (Henderson, 2010, p.1), where David remembered that his stories “burned right... four hundred short films...
Achievements and Career Goals of Studying Respiratory Care (Therapy)
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...Achievements and Career Goals of Studying Respiratory Care (Therapy) Respiratory therapy refers to the diagnostic evaluation, emergency care, and long-term treatment of patients with cardiorespiratory disorders and the health care specialists responsible for respiratory care are the respiratory therapist and physician (Swanson, 293). As an aspiring respiratory therapist in the future, my career goals involve the provision of superior health care and assistance to the patients sufferring from cardiorespiratory illnesses as well as to be a health professional who serve to create a positive difference in the life of each patient. My decision to become a respiratory therapist...
Critically evaluate the achievements of feminism's "first wave".
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...achievements of feminism's "first wave". Feminism is a complex topic, with many scholars disagreeing on the eras in which most change took place, the supposed results of feminist activism, and the need for further feminist activity. Despite these discussions and differences, it is evident that feminism has made an impact on the modern world, largely thanks to the actions of those involved in the “first wave” of feminism, generally recognized to have taken place in the 19th and early 20th centuries (Fisanick, 2007). One of the major achievements for this “first wave” was securing the vote for women (also known as suffrage), occurring in 1918 (and extended to younger women... ?Critically evaluate the...
The effects of sports participation on childrens achievements in school
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...achievements in school affiliations The effects of sports participation on children’s achievements in school Introduction The youth and children receive numerous benefits from their participation in sports. The school environment offers considerable potential to increase participation in children. With the relevant school-based interventions and given that children are required to attend school, the population in sports activities can be increased drastically. The relationship involving academic performance and sports and other physical activities has been a contentious issue with researchers devoting most of their time to understand the existing... The effects of sports participation on children’s...
The Development and Achievements of the Virtualized Servers.
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...Achievements of the Virtualized Servers Introduction Virtualized technology is a superb development that has restructured the operations of organizations. The technology lays at the intersection of conservationism and economies an aspect that has promoted its adoption. IT firms are utilizing benefits of virtualization to establish infrastructure, minimize cooling and supervision cost and provide easier and efficient solutions for high accessibility, data management and disaster recovery. The virtualization technology is effective in managing each of these activities; however, the efficiency of the model is limited by the challenges of scalability, security and high costs... Task: The Development and...
President Johnson's great society: goals, achievements, and philosophy.
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...Achievements, and Philosophy President Lyndon Johnson's Great Society was a massive social program that was implemented as an attempt to create more economic and educational equality among the socio-economic classes in America. In his speech announcing the Great Society Johnson (1964) called for "an end to poverty and racial injustice, to which we are totally committed in out time". In addition it called for a new vision of equality that included the total rebuilding of the entire American urban area (Johnson, 1964). It was the most ambitious social program since the New Deal and called for building low cost housing, providing food for the poor, and education... President Johnson's Great Society: Goals,...
Dr. Frederick Banting and he's achievements in medicine
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...achievements in medicine The fact that there is a connection between pancreas and diabetes was realized in the 19th century. A man named Banting had a perception on how to cure diabetes. Banting was a Canadian Nobel laureate, a doctor and medical scientist; he is renowned for his studies on insulin. He is the youngest Nobel laureate in his field of studies. Banting had an inspiration on the subject in 1920 while reading a paper. He felt that the islets of Langerhans hormone was being destroyed by the pancreas digestive juice before it could be isolated. He even realized that he could find the stuff if he could restrict the pancreas from functioning, but keep the islets... Dr. Frederick Banting and his...
Compare the methods of mentoring described by Dancer (2003). Which method do you consider to be more effective?
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...achieve maturity and establish identity (Gopee, 2008, p. 7). Because of this, models for mentoring in health care were grounded. Dancer (2003) presents two models for the monitoring process often used in health care: the Egan Skilled Helper Model and the Five C Model. The first model was developed to be a commonly adopted framework for dealing with broad-based problem management and opportunity development situations (p. 24), comprising of three stages. On the other hand, the Five C Model has... ?Mentoring in Health Care Mentoring has been associated with several other terms and ideas. The concept is important in the health care field, where the “mentor” has evolved to signify a person who helps people...
Find a good website containing information about Louis XIV, the Sun King as a Dancer. (Middle Ages and Renaissance)
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...Dancer Source Website Louis XIV and the Birth of Classical Ballet. California Ballet. 1 January 2013. http://californiaballet.wordpress.com/2010/05/24/louis-xiv-and-the-birth-of-classical-ballet/ . Web. Summary The given website elaborates on the contribution of Louis XIV, the Sun King of France to the fine art of Classical Ballet. It was during the reign of Louis XIV that the dance form of ballet reached its zenith in France. Louis XIV himself happened to be an expert ballet dancer and did perform in a series of court ballet performances during his reign. He was dubbed the Sun King after his performance... of the Visual Arts and Film Studies of the Concerned January Louis XIV, the Sun King as a...
Achievements of Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009
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...Achievements of Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009 Introduction In 2004, the land reform commission in its consultation paper on the reform and modernization of Land law observed that the law of mortgages is extremely outdated and complex and needed considerable reforms. There are considerable reforms which have been achieved in law of mortgages after the introduction of the Land and Conveying Law Reform 20091. The land reforms were occasioned by the need to modernize the property law to adhere with the current social, economic and demographic changes. Another objective was to simplify the law and make it more accessible and understood. Much of the...
Professional Achievements
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...achievement of mine during this time was that I helped develop a program that spurs economic development in Southern part of Morocco focusing on small women owned businesses and literacy. Although Morocco is not a third world country the nomadic Southern Berber area is still lagging behind the major cities. Even though education in Morocco is free and compulsory through primary school... Page My father, a journalist and at Sorbonne and a single parent, did not have much time to spend with his four daughters. We did not get the attention that we needed and as a youngster I felt that he never accepted me as his child. This may have stemmed from my child mind's eye. Then at the age of twelve, I moved to...
Factors affecting Key Skills Achievements in Further Education
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...achievements. This issue is closely related to the personal development which is very important for any person and in my role as a Key Skills Lecturer. The work is determined to find out why there is such negativity towards Key Skills, it is important to research all aspects. Educationalists and employers consider that skills are the showing of potential success... . Every educational source should provide students with the following: information adequacy, availability for any level of key skills development, interactivity, and practical significance. It is worth mentioning that active education is one of the most important factors affecting Key Skills achievements. The...
Ulysses Grant and His diplomatic achievements in Civil War
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...achievements would start early on in his career as a civil war soldier, where after training the new recruits as commissioned by Governor Yates, he was successful in convincing congressman Elihu B Washburn to appoint him as colonel (Patterson et al 150). His colonel duty saw him lead the Illinois infantry a largely unruly unit, but was able to reform the unit into the best fighting unit in the region. This was what prompted his appointment to brigadier general by the president Lincoln. Grant was a successful military man who was promoted thrice in the year he rejoined the military stance against... ). Serving the country at the time of the civil war was more than Grant could...
Effects of Divorce on Children's Achievements in School
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...achievement as compared to their previous academic records. The present study is a descriptive study because it involves comparison of previous existing academic records about the students and comparing the same with the latest records which will help to analyze the effect of divorce on their academic brilliance. Introduction The development of society has led to many changes in the lives of people. The new age... Running Head: Research Proposal A study on the effects of divorce on children and their academic /social performance in school 16th October 2010 By _____________________________ Abstract Divorce is technically the formal dissolution of marriage which is more often conceived as the catalyst ...
The work of dancer/composer Meredith Monk, and how it draws attention to form and content. Drawing upon and building on aspects
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...achieved though harmony and unity (Bremser and Sanders 1999, p. 159). It is a feature worth noticing that every single piece of composition or performance bore mark of Monk’s uniqueness. Monk’s vision and notion of form and content is to be credited for this. She chose to delve deep into the underlying silent aspects, over simply presenting art as epitome of beauty. Throughout her life, music remained as the central aspect. Not only she succeeded in achieving newer heights as dancer- vocalist, performer and choreographer... ?MEREDITH MONK Introduction Meredith Monk, an American performing artist made her mark as a performer, a choreographer, and as a director of films. Her achievements were more...
What were Antoine Augustin Parmentier achievements and what did he contribute to French gastronomy
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...achievements and contributions in gastronomy. Achievements In 1766 Parmentier pass his Apothecary exams famously known as gagnant-maitrise maintaining a vegetable garden to aid in his food research. In 1772... ANTOINE-AUGUSTIN PARMENTIER Antoine-Augustin Parmentier Antoine-Augustin Parmentier was born the year 1737 and died the year 1813. In France, he introduced on his own potato as an edible tuber and cultivar. His work mainly focused in public health, nutritional and agricultural fields. He founded the first ever France’s governmental bread making school, a compulsory campaign of smallpox vaccination and food preservation methods such as refrigeration and heat sterilization. This paper explores his...
How did Ronald Reagan deal with the end of the Cold War? Do you think he and Mikhail Gorbachev were partners or opponents?
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...Mikhail Gorbachev were partners or opponents? Ronald Reagan became the 40th president of United States who came to presidency during the Cold War (1945-91) between USA and USSR. He is regarded as an important individual for bringing victory to Unites states. Ronald Regan’s first step was to build a strong military force against Soviet Union’s military force. A huge amount of defence expenditure was on “MX missile defence system, an expanded naval fleet, new army tanks, and the B-1 bomber” (Reagan). He also assembled new intermediate-range nuclear missiles in Western Europe. In 1983, Reagan started his new mission called... How did Ronald Reagan deal with the end of the Cold War? Do you think he and...
Ethnicities and academic achievements
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...Achievement Gap between Ethnicities in the United s Introduction This present essay main revolves around the issue of academic achievement gap between ethnicities in the United States. First, the essay will state as to why there is such a pervasive achievement gap between ethnicities in the U.S. Secondly the essay will discuss two things that could be done to improve academic achievement in schools. 2. Reasons for the achievement gap between ethnicities in the United States In the writings by (Phillips et al. 28-32), achievement gap is described as the persistent difference in terms of performance in educational measures such as standardized or common examinations, dropout rates, rate... The Academic...
The First Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huangdi's leadership skills, main achievements and main accomplishments.
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...achievements and main accomplishments Introduction Qin Shi Huangdi (259BC - 210BC) is the First Emperor of joined China. At the beginning he was a king of state of Qin and it partially stipulated his successful attainment of political power. Due to concurrence of different circumstances and personal qualities Qin Shi Huang quickly conquered power and suppressed rebellions in the separated provinces and kingdoms. State of Qin became one of the strongest kingdoms in the territory of China several centuries before his advent to power. The realm had a favorable geographical location on the fertile territory with a large variety... The First Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huangdis leadership skills, main...
How Ecotricity has obtained considerable business achievements within a short period of time?
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...achieved a large number of potential gains within a short period of time. The firm commenced its operations in 1995 with only a single wind turbine. During the initial stages, Vince had been commercially building wind monitoring equipment and from there he began to operate with his own wind turbines. A survey conducted by The Ecologist magazine reports that the Ecotricity made huge investments, which were 100 times more than those made by the firms’ competitors including Powergen and Scottish Power, on new Enercon wind turbines in 2004. The Ecotricity’s financial data indicate... ?Small Business Appraisal Introduction Globalisation and the associated changes in the business environment greatly encouraged ...
The achievements of Generals are in the long run more decisive than the achievements of diplomats. Access the validity of this generalization for the United States in the period 1800-1825.
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...achievements of Generals are on the long run more decisive than the achievements of diplomats. This paper compares the efficiency of generals in obtaining achievements than the diplomats in the United States between the year periods 1800-1825. This is through the expression of the various techniques employed by the generals as opposed to the diplomats that ensured their better achievement of results. This further supports relevant case events that occurred during that time period. Diplomats are individuals appointed by states to carry out diplomacy with other states or international organization to achieve a mutual understanding on some issue. The main functions of such diplomats are to find...
2.Discuss two domestic and two diplomatic/military achievements of Napoleon. What was his greatest success? What was his worst blunder?
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...Achievements Napoleon was a French Military and Political leader who rose to the fame during the later stages of the French Revolution and became successful as a ruler who went on to achieve many wars in his quest for more power. Once in power he made drastic reforms at the domestic level whereas at the same time went on to win wars in Europe. Probably his two of the most important domestic achievements were stabilizing the economy of France while at the same time improving the public education. On the international front, his achievements included raising a large army which defeated almost anyone in Europe and he went on to consolidate and increase the power of France in Europe... Napoleon and His...
Academic achievements and leadership roles
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...Application letter “Live life to the fullest” – a simple quotation by Ernest Hemingway, one I aspire to each day. I am a proud seventeen year old member of my community and my school. Why proud? Because I dedicate every day of my life both to helping as much as possible the people of my community, as well as to my developing as a strong skilful personality. I believe that the more activities a person gets involved into, the more chances to find his inner balance he has. Therefore, since I was a child I have participated as an active member and organizer of various activities. Moreover, in spite of always being committed to them, I have never underestimated the importance of being a good... letter “Live ...
What are the strengths and limitations of Porters model of national competitive advantage in explaining the comparative nature and achievements of national business systems?
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...achievements of national business systems? Introduction A number of classical theories in international trade suggest that the element of comparative advantage dwells in the feature endowments that a nation may be lucky enough to come by. These factor endowments may include features such as land, labor, natural resources, as well as, the magnitude of the local populace. In his model, Michael E. Porter makes an argument that a nation can fashion new highly developed factor endowments such as a strong technology, skilled... Porter’s model of national competitive advantage What are the strengths and limitations of Porter’s model of national competitive advantage in explaining the comparative nature and...
Based on your current achievements and interests, describe the kind of work that you plan to be in 10years, both in your career and in your community
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...achievements and my passion toward sports clearly show that I am a dedicated sportsman. Hence, I would want to go into the field of sports after completing my engineering degree. In the next ten years, I see myself playing in the NFL. I... Your full February 13, Personal ment First of all, I would introduce myself. My is Austin Howard. I am a competent student of my school, and have maintained a GPA of 3.5-3.7 in my high school. I am a very good player in all kinds of sports that are offered in my school. I am proud to state that I was the Quarterback for West St. John High for four years. I started at the age of thirteen, during which I won 2013 All St. John Parish QB, 2012 All District QB, 2012 River...
2. What were the greatest achievements of the Italian Renaissance? Explain your answer with reference to at least three works of art or literature.
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...Achievements of the Italian Renaissance The Italian Renaissance is a pivotal period in European history whose beginnings can be traced to Florence, a city that attracted some of the greatest artists of that era. It began at a point in time when artists looked to the antique Greek and Roman period for inspiration. These artists went against what was considered the norm during the Middle Ages, choosing instead to find inspiration in the works of what they considered having been the illustrious period. It was during the Italian Renaissance that some of the furthermost creations of art in the world today were made. Artists such as Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, and Michelangelo...
Explain why it is important for modern organisations to create dynamic tensions between opportunistic innovation and predictable goal achievements; and discuss how managers can influence such tensions.
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...achievements Place Within the modern business environment whenthere exists a strong competition and organizations are striving to become more achievement-oriented, the intensive knowledge integration mechanism to facilitate innovation within business phases should be analyzed, understood, selected and integrated. As knowledge integration mechanisms, the management control systems can be utilized to ensure the control over the goals reaching and the provision of employees within organization ability to search opportunities and find solutions to issues (Mundy, 2010). While the controlling role of management control systems... is associated, according to Mundy (2010) with the efficiency,...
Explain why art is something that has great value both monetarily as well as a reflection of the highest achievements of humankind
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...achievements of humankind, when people find something valuable in it. These values provide eternal life to artists and their works. For those who appreciate art and find it valuable, art changes people’s thinking and actions. Sometimes, art can also help change the world and turn it into a better place. Art has financial and social values because people provide these values. It is through their appreciation and interpretation of art in their lives that breathes purpose into art. Art is not always just something to be seen and consumed aesthetically. Sometimes, it also provokes intelligent thoughts that can spark individual and collective changes. Sometimes, art can also...
State with reasons the aims which you consider are relevant for present day education. What social factors are likely to influence learners' achievements of these aims
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...achievements of these aims. Introduction: Only when each and every member of a society is continuously and systematically developed, can a society hope to integrate itself and elevate to higher levels. True education must instruct, inform, eradicate ignorance, and equip one with tangible skills and aid in sound judgment. Education is synonymous with enlightenment. "Learning can be defined as change in a student's capacity for performance as a result of experience1 (Kenneth D. Moore). If it has to serve its full purpose, the aims for modern education have... to be properly analysed, systematized and achieved. The various aims could be identified and compartmentalized...
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