Alexandria
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...Alexandria The light house of Alexandria as its goes was d after Alexander the great a Macedonian king. He set up this artistic design as a symbol to strengthen his rule over the people of Egypt (Haskins 12). The light house was an initial idea of Ptolemy Soter who took over the rule on Egypt after Alexander the great. It was then designed and structured by Sostracus a wealthy Alexandrian diplomat and a courtier. Sostracus was the son of Dexiphanes. The light house was built mainly to guide sea travellers at night as the Mediterranean Sea was feared due to its hostile water waves and weather conditions. To add to this, they had no navigation tools and only used stars and eyesight for knowing...
Hypatia of Alexandria (350-415)
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...Alexandria (350-415) Explanation Hypatia of Alexandria was a wise and beautiful woman of grace.She was the first woman astronomer and a talented mathematician. She was politically powerful and people admired her in Alexandria. Hypatia used to attend male dominated civic assemblies alongside other few women. The jurists used to seek for her advice in the determination of certain cases that had complicated premises. She was not discriminatory and used to accept students from all over, regardless of their religion. Hypatia was not a religious person, though this did not qualify her as a pagan, most preferably; a rationalist philosopher. She followed the school of thought that was derived... Hypatia of...
Reading Response 3: My Alexandria
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...Alexandria There was a certain emotion as one reads each poem. Though one poem is different from the other, collectively the work was about acceptance and contentment. It was acceptance that things change and it is the only constant thing that this world has. What happened a year or two ago, may not happen now or in the next few weeks. People on the streets might not be there anymore when we return to that place. It is also about accepting people regardless of their race, gender and wealth. Everybody should be treated equally not because of what some famous person would say but because they are also human. It was contentment because one thing that constitutes change... Response to Mark Doty’s My...
Alexandria Police Dept Intelligence Unit Proposal
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...Alexandria Police Dept Intelligence Unit Proposal Securing an international accreditation by the commission on accreditation for law enforcement agencies, Alexandria police department has maintaining good professional status. Starts from 2004, the department is decentralizing its operations, and the process contributed to a decline in the effectiveness of communication among various investigative, operational, and administrative units. Alexandria has experienced a substantial decline in overall crime during the period 1970-2010, but has witnessed a significant increase in scams and white collar crimes. To cope with these new types of crimes, setting up an intelligence unit is an ideal plan... ...
Reinventing Knowledge: From Alexandria to the Internet by Ian F McNeely
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...ALEXANDRIA TO THE INTERNET BY IAN F MCNEELY 11. According to Russell, “Religion is based,I think primarily and mainly upon fear.” Based on my reading of “Mere Christianity”, C. S. Lewis would argue that for one to understand religion they must first understand the moral law. He would argue that the love of God is unlike natural laws and one only knows of it intuitively and not by observation. For that reason humans would not yearn for the love of God if it truly did not exist. 12. Bertrand Russell’s view of the character of Christ greatly differs with that of C. S. Lewis. Russell believes that Christ had quite a number of defects on his stand of morality. This is because... REINVENTING KNOWLEDGE: FROM...
Tracking Legislation in Northern Virginia (ie Fairfax, Arlington, Alexandria) (Issues Transportation, Immigration, Guns, Taxes)
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...The House Bill Number 942 which has been filed in the Virginia Assembly puts a heavy emphasis on road safety by setting limitations to holders of provisional driver's licenses.Specifically, this House Bill repeals the provision that allows drivers operating under a provisional driver's license to use wireless communications devices when their vehicles are lawfully parked or stopped. The bill also removes a subsection that makes offenses in the rest of the section secondary offenses. This bill simply means that Virginia drivers ages 15, 16 and 17 will not be able to talk, send text, messages or snap photos with a phone while driving on Virginia roads. This ban, designed to reduce accidents... House Bill...
Rasputin and the fall of the Romanovs
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...Alexandria should have more time caring for the Russian people’s economic and other immediate needs. Alexandria’s termination of Rasputin would prevent the fall of the Romanov rule. Rasputin played a very significant part in the fall of the Romanovs. Rasputin and the fall of the Romanovs Introduction... ? Rasputin and the Fall of the Romanovs April 22, Rasputin should have done better to stop the fall of the Romanovs. The research shows that Rasputin contributed to the downfall of the Romanovs. Gregory Rasputin had exercised significant influence on the Russian Tsar’s family. However, Rasputin was not the only individual who exercised a huge influence on the /Romanov family. The research proves that...
movie review
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...Alexandria, who is a Spanish girl with a broken arm who tries to bring him back to life. One conspicuous fact about the film is that the director continually leaves the audiences guessing about the mental state of Roy. This is because he tells Alexandria a story about five warriors who were... on an epic quest, but continues only after Rose has stolen for him a morphine from one of the dispensaries. As the story continues it changes into reality as all the characters in the story are shown including Alexandria and Roy who are incorporated into the film. The outstanding character in this movie is Alexandria (Catinca Untaru) who is nine years old. She depicts...
In-Depth Audience Analysis
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...Alexandria is a that is in the commonwealth part of Virginia. It is a city that is not largely populated which its major inhabitants and stakeholder are professionals and personnel who work for the federal government of U.S. Question One – The Messages View of the Audience and Stakeholders The stakeholders are mostly from the defense department of the U.S.A. The major stakeholders of the state, therefore, are the persons working for the government usually in the ministry of defense incorporating the senior navy forces of the United States of America. Alexandria is situated in the suburbs of the capital city of the country... of Alexandria. The government offices are like the...
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...Alexandria Introduction A hero (a term denoting masculine) refers to characters of distinguished courage or ability, admired for his brave deeds and noble qualities. My admirable hero is called Heron Alexandria an engineer well known for a rocket-style jet engine which spins when heated. He lived between periods of (10-70) AD. Heron Alexandria was an engineer of great importance whose area of study was basically geometry; he was also a real mechanics worker. He was a native of Roma Egypt which recognizes him as one of the classical age experimenter and also a follower of the ancient theory of Democritus, Epicurus and Lucretius. He was a man whose some of his ideas were derived from the work... Heron...
In-Depth Audience Analysis
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...Alexandria is a that is in the commonwealth part of Virginia. It is a city that is not largely populated which its major inhabitants and stakeholder are professionals and personnel who work for the federal government of U.S. Question One – The Messages View of the Audience and Stakeholders The stakeholders are mostly from the defense department of the U.S.A. The major stakeholders of the state therefore are the persons working for the government usually in the ministry of defense incorporating the senior navy forces of the United States of America. Alexandria being situated in the suburbs of the capital city of the country... of Alexandria. The government offices are like...
ECOLOGY
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...Alexandria, VA, USA) of (affiliation) LOCAL ECOLOGY The of Alexandria is located in the Commonwealth of Virginia, which is along the west side of the Potomac River. It is a high-income city due to its proximity to Washington, D.C. where many federal agencies and offices are located. Its population is only about 147,000 which translate to a population density of approximately 9,400 people per square mile. Its total area is 15.4 square miles (15.2 sq. miles of land and 0.2 sq. miles of water); Alexandria is a very historic place because of the key role it played during the American Civil War. Alexandria was declared an Eco-City in 2008, which means its inhabitants have promised to use... LOCAL ECOLOGY...
ECOLOGY
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...Alexandria, VA, USA) of (affiliation) LOCAL ECOLOGY The of Alexandria is located in the Commonwealth of Virginia, which is along the west side of the Potomac River. It is a high-income city due to its proximity to Washington, D.C. where many federal agencies and offices are located. Its population is only about 147,000 which translate to a population density of approximately 9,400 people per square mile. Its total area is 15.4 square miles (15.2 sq. miles of land and 0.2 sq. miles of water); Alexandria is a very historic place because of the key role it played during the American Civil War. Alexandria was declared an Eco-City in 2008, which means its inhabitants have promised to use... ? LOCAL ECOLOGY...
Oceanography Chapter 2
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...Alexandria, in Egypt. This place of research had an enormous boon to the study of Marine science, in addition to many other disciplines of study. An example of the type of researcher who worked there was Eratosthenes of Cyrene... Oceanography Chapter 2 James Cameron Article: The ocean floor is one of the final unexplored frontiers. It was interesting to read about the director’s description of his experiences with this. From nervousness, to his commentary about the cramped quarters of the submarine, the experience seems to not be much unlike early explorers travelling to “The New World.” Chapter 2 Analysis: One of the sections that stood out in this chapter was the significance of the Library of Alexandri...
Agora History
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...Alexandria, an Egyptian city. The high rating received by the movie is a clear indication that the happenings of the 4th century are still relevant in the 21st century. In other words, this particular period had many connections to the present 21st century reality. The movie therefore represents a successful... ?Agora Paper Agora is an historical Spanish drama film produced in 2009. The movie was directed by Alejandro Amenabar. Agora represents a movie genrethat is increasingly rare. The movie is based in the happenings of the 4th century in the Roman Empire. The whole story focuses on a 4th century Greek astronomer called Hypatia. Richeson (76) states that Hypatia was a noble woman, a professor, in...
aviation security
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...ALEXANDRIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT POLICY 0001-AIRPORT CHALLENGE AND PROCEDURES Alexandria International Airport faces security challenges that have become phenomenal globally especially with the escalating cases of terror attacks. The need to develop policies and regulations that enhance airport security has been called for due to the increased number of passengers hence making airports more vulnerable to security threats. Players in the industry have suggested for the development of policies in order to bring sanity in airports that have been exposed (Kirsch & Rockwell, paras.1-3). The aviation industry is a key sector that influences economic growth in the country. It promotes the growth... Topic:...
Cleopatra VII The Last Pharaoh of Egypt
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...Alexandria in pursuit of Pompey, and claimed his right to arbitrate Cleopatra and Ptolemy's dispute as the representative of Rome. When Pompey, fleeing the victorious Julius Caesar, arrived in Alexandria seeking sanctuary, Ptolemy had him murdered in order to ingratiate himself with Caesar. Caesar was so repelled by this treachery that he seized the Egyptian capital and imposed... The purpose of this research paper is to discuss the effect that Cleopatra VII had on the history of Rome and Egypt. Cleopatra VII was the last Macedonian Queen and the last Pharaoh of Egypt. Her exact birth date and the name of her true mother are still debated to this day. According to Chauveau's book Cleopatra: Beyond the...
Naplion invasion of egypt and its impact on mehmed Ali
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...Alexandria. Napoleon’s chief motive for invading Alexandria was because the Mameluke Beys favored the commerce of the English; who were their mortal enemies. Furthermore, Bonaparte claimed that Mameluks extorted and oppressed French merchants, as well as enforcing a tyranny rule over the inhabitants. Moreover, Napoleon believed that the capture of Egypt would aid in the defeat of Britain. This is because he aspired to capture Malta that would act as a naval base for the French and consequently challenge the British occupation of India. To this end... Napoleon Invasion of Egypt and its Impact on Mehmed Ali On the year 1798, Napoleon Bonaparte led a French invasion in Egypt that began with the capture of...
Memories on Cities, Nature and People through the Lenses of Andre Aciman
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...Alexandria goes first in such a recollection by the author. It is a source for his passion where he is inclined to take a glimpse at the past experience which is never-ending for his entire life. Thus, the first claim of significance is that Aciman is well devoted to the value of a memory. Thereupon, in Alexandria: The Capital of Memory he states on what he gained and missed being an ordinary denizen of the city while the political... ? Memories on Cities, Nature and People through the Lenses of Andre Aciman August 3, Andre Aciman’s vision of life is a bit awkward in what he resembles out of his memories. It is all about the places of destination where he spent a great deal of his time. Definitely,...
Lost Treasures
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...Alexandria where it is believed, thousands upon thousands of ancient... ?(your first and (your teacher’s LOST TREASURES History is witness to the many changes that have transpired in this world we call home. From the beginning of time, numerous events caused by man and nature have shaped our world to the place we know it today. Ironically, these same factors are the possible reasons we are now missing many significant contributions to different societies and the world in general. From big things like places and civilizations to small items like books and other artifacts, history has seen these emerge in the world only to be lost to man forever. The ancient groups of people who once roamed the earth are...
Team Evaluation Tool
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...Alexandria, VA: American Society for Training & Development. Blankenship, Diane C. (2009). Applied Research and Evaluation Methods in Recreation. Human Kinetics, Inc. Glasman, N. S. (1986). Evaluation-based leadership: School administration in contemporary perspective. Albany, N.Y: State University of New York Press. Narayan-Parker, D. (1993). Participatory evaluation: Tools for managing change in water and sanitation. Washington, DC. Parry, S. B. (1997). Evaluating the impact of training. Alexandria, Va: American Society for Training and Development.... Evaluation Tool Team Evaluation Tool In order to determine and improve the performance of a team, assessment tools should be put in place. Through...
social media revolution
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...Alexandria, and Suez by the protesters. Protestors choose the social media to pass information subject to its transmission speed and lack of checks. Efforts by the reference governments to censor and curb social media led to increased public outcry D. How they start the war and revolution using social media instead of using the typical NEWS TV; Reference government had banned the state television channels from airing any news regarding the revolts. Hence, the protestors opted for the social media to pass the news relating to the revolt III. Conclusion; social media revolution had a significant impact on Arab Spring.... Outline SOCIAL MEDIA REVOLUTION I. Social Media, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, MySpace ...
DIOPHANTUS A KEY FIGURE IN THE HISTORY OF ALGEBRA
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...Alexandria (also known as the father of algebra) was born in 210 and died in 290. He was a Greek mathematician who was born, raised and lived... Diophantus A Key Figure In the History of Algebra Algebra The history of algebra can be raced back to the ancient Egypt and Babylon where people learned the basics of solving various equations that include the linear equations, the quadratic equations and the indeterminate equations. The oldest mathematical documents that are found in ancient Egypt can be dated back to 1900 B.C. quadratic equations today are basically solved logically using the same procedures/methods that the ancient Babylonians used (The Brussels Journal, n.d). Diophantus Diophantus of Alexandr...
review of a Christian-themed film
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...Alexandria, Egypt, in the end of IV-V century, when paganism was retreating under the pressure of young and uncompromising Christianity. IV century is the century of triumph of Christianity in the Roman Empire. During this century Christians have moved from defense to attack, and from the oppressed religious minority they became a powerful government agency which was imposing its will to the rulers of destroying empire... Review of a Christian-themed film “Agora” Sur s No need to be particularly sophisticated cinephile to love the genre of historical movies. Viewers of all ages are attracted by mysteries of the history and the most convenient way to get to know them is through entertainment experience....
Cleopatra
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...Alexandria of Julius Caesar, who became her lover and espoused her cause. He was for a time hard pressed by the Egyptians but ultimately triumphed, and in 47 bc Ptolemy XIII was killed. And that time, Caesar proclaimed Cleopatra Queen of Egypt. II. Queen Cleopatra: An Extraordinary Woman Cleopatra is described as a beautiful, sensuous, intelligent, and desirous of bringing her beloved Egypt into the forefront of world power and politics. She started out as a famous queen of a wealthy nation in time of ancient history and her fame grew... CLEOPATRA I. INTRODUCTION Cleopatra (69-30 bc), ill-fated queen. It was the throne of a number of Macedonian queens of ancient Egypt, celebrated for her love affairs...
HRIS - Performance Management
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...Alexandria: Aug 2002. Vol. 47, Iss. 8.... An HR professional must have complete knowledge of performance management technology and e-compensation system so that he can use it efficiently and effectively in his organization for performance management and e-compensation practices. Q.2  Positives Negatives Increase productivity. Reductionism Enhance competitiveness. Top down approach, arbitrary Appraisal satisfaction. Relevance Discriminability Increased efficiency. Distance, Trust Intent. Increased self-efficacy. Increased span of control. Q.3 Strategic Administration: - Compensation decisions should be tailored in the manner to support achievement of overall organizational success. Administrative practic...
Classroom Game Plan
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...Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.... room game plan al affiliation room game plan An elegant room game plan includes rules, room organization plan, procedures and housekeeping routines. Marzano, Marzano and Pickering (2003) indicate that rules and procedures communicate the teacher’s expectations. Examples of rules are, lock the lockers when going for breaks and recess, as well as maintain silence in class. Procedures are step by step instructions on how to do activities like handing in assignments. Such a procedure can have steps like; after getting in class in the morning, learners must place assignment books on the teacher’s table. Good classroom procedures can...
African History paper
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...Alexandria, the then capital of Egypt served as the capital city and the center of Greek culture and commerce. To perpetuate themselves in Egypt, the Ptolemaic kings arrogated themselves the names of Pharaohs, married from elite families in Egypt and had themselves etched in Egyptian fabric and monuments. Works Cited Swain, Simon. Hellenism and Empire: Language, Classicism and the Power of the Greek World, AD 50-250. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1998. Print... Introduction The Greek Empire was wide enough to cover the Athenian and the Macedonian Empires and covered a wide epoch starting from 8th century BC to ca. 600 AD. During the Hellenistic period, the Greek Empire covered the Diadochi states...
Raising Cain
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...Alexandria, Va.: PBS Home Video, 2006.... Raising Cain – Movie Review They movie exhibits that boys are being brought up to be rugged and strong and they are raised to lack emotions. 2. The documentary depicts that schools in United States promote that girlish behavior is the benchmark and boys in the schooling system are considered as defective girls. 3. The movie depicts that boys have a confused facial expression and a very angry one. They do not smile a lot but instead express anger in their facial expressions. 4. The movie is trying to give a message that although the society believes that the boys are more violent as compared to girls, but boys are taught to be violent by their teachers as well ...
video reponse
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...Alexandria (PBS 38:45). Finally, I was also perplexed to learn of Caligula, the Roman emperor who wished to set up his statue in the temple at Jerusalem. I really enjoyed the videos due to the graphics and the directing. The scenes portraying the historical lifestyle and nature of the Jews seemed very real and very convincing. It was almost as if they were recordings rather than reenactments. The narration was also very informative in understanding the video itself. I... Video Response The videos trace the steps of Peter and Paul in their endeavors to set up Christianity. Therefore, much of the information about their activities was already familiar. Examples include the central role that Peter played...
prooread: cover letter
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...Alexandria, VA, 22312 25 February, Dear Sir/ Madam I was very pleased to learn that you have an open position of register nurse in your acute care unit. I will be graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing (BSN) and I have 7 years experienced as LPN working in the long-term care. As a charge nurse, I am responsible for supervising five nursing assistants. I was fortunate to be trained as back up relief supervisor for night shift and weekend as needed. This position has given me the opportunity to improve my clinical and communication skills. I collaborate with various health teams to improve on patient health care needs. I am very... DORA, AMOAH Doraamoah70@yahoo.com SS# 6432 Edsall Road Apt. T2 ...
theology og the church
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...Alexandria, division is sin. As result of sin that God set out a rescue plan for the world using the nation of Israel. This brought forth a whole new change in the world which eventually resulted in the birth of Jesus Christ, the ultimate sacrifice who died for the sins of all. From a Christian perspective, the church is the body of Christ and the Christians are the members of the body. In the Western view of things, people are free to join organizations and come up with their own rules but in churches, Christians have been summoned by Christ and have the Bible that gives them instructions. According to John Henry Newman, by giving the Bible to the church... THEOLOGY OF THE CHURCH According to Origen of...
Technology in the classroom
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...Alexandria, Va: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Shelly, G. B., Gunter, G. A., & Gunter, R. E. (2012). Teachers discovering computers: Integrating technology in a connected world.... in the room Technology in the room Technology provides with wide materials that they can interact with beyond what they learn in class. This information complements and expands students’ knowledge about different topics. The new knowledge that students get via technology equips them with materials that help them reflect better on different academic topics and issues of life. Students who embrace technology have multiple avenues to interact with peers from all over the world. This is especially so...
assignment-552 4
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...Alexandria, Va: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.... of Law In every successful that celebrates their pride, education is a major ingredient. That equation is fairly balanced when the person in question: the teacher, who has kept in contact with the expected cord of conduct and has demonstrated an outstanding profile to both learners and to the public. This paper addresses some of the Ethics and how they apply to the teacher trainee. To begin with, expressing personal view over scenario may lead to a teachers’ dismissal. This is because, as per the prescription by the board of education, they are purposefully paid to teach the curriculum and not to divert learner’s attention with In...
chapter 8 mini case #350 S
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...Alexandria: Society for Human Recource Management.... Case of Timmy Aldrich s Timothy Aldrich case highlights an important topic in labour laws and collective bargains. In most cases labour laws give provisions on matters of paid leave but do not give requirements or entitlements. Collective bargains have played a critical part in formulating policies on paid an unpaid leave. I would not give Timothy Aldrich the paid leave that he requests, as he is not entitled. According to the Department of Labour, the law does not give express entitlement of paid leave to employees. This means that the law does not require employers to give paid leave to their employees. Timmy works on part-time basis and thus he doe...
Religious ideology and the power of the state in African past
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...Alexandria being their main achievement. As a result, Alexandria became the biggest city in Egypt, therefore attracting many people from different races (Greek conquest, N.d, slide 3). The Ptolemaists aimed at expanding trade from Europe to red sea and Indian Ocean, with the Greeks introducing camels. Aksum was one of the regions involved in trade; it was ruled by king Zoscales who was of Greek origin. In 146 BC, Rome had conquered Carthage, creating a new province, Ifrikiya. As a result, Rome exploited the agriculture sector in North Africa, and influenced... Running head: Religious ideology and the power of the in African past Insert         Insert Grade Insert 7 March Religious ideology and the power ...
the septuagint and it's origins
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...Alexandria before the beginning of the Christian era in the 3rd century. This version of the earliest Bible or scripture has been referred to as the Septuagint. In addition, the Septuagint can be regarded as the earliest translations of the Jewish Bible or scriptures. The history and emergence of the Septuagint was enshrined in various stories in the 3rd century, which in turn has been the work... ?THE SEPTUAGINT AND ITS ORIGIN The Septuagint and its Origin What are the differences between the Hebrew Bible and the Septuagint? What is the Septuagint? The earliest and oldest version of the Old Testament Bible that is in existence and contains any certain information is the translation carried out in...
Saint Anthony of Egypt
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...Alexandria twice in his life and his second venture was to preach against Arianism, whose heretical doctrine teachings were against Jesus Christ being the same substance as God the Father. Saint Anthony grew to be famous because of his work, and people traveled to this wilderness retreat for instructions and benefit from miracles of his holy bidding. He died in 356 and was buried by two of his disciples, who did not embalm his grave above ground in the ancient Egyptian manner6. Major Works Saint Anthony from his struggles has come to be regarded as the father of modern Christian monasticism7. His actions to lead solitude... Saint Anthony of Egypt Introduction Saint Anthony is known mostly for his...
Production system optimization
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...Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Burke, K., 2005. How to Assess Authentic Learning, Fifth Edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. Chapman, C., & King, R., 2008. Differentiated Instructional Management: Work Smarter, Not Harder. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. Gregory, G., & Kuzmich, L., 2004. Data Driven Differentiation in the Standards- Based Classroom. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. Rutherford, P., 2002. Why Didn’t I Learn This in College? Teaching & Learning in the 21st Century. Alexandria, VA: Just ASK Publications & Professional Development.... Production System Optimization Production System Optimization In this production system project, the aim is to...
u09d1 Sarah and Michael Case Study
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...Alexandria, 2005). References Alexandria, V. A. (2005). Code of ethics. American Counseling Association. Garrett, T. M., Baillie, H. M., & Garrett, R. M. (2009). Health Care Ethics: Principles and Problems (5th Edition). Prentice Hall.... As seen in the case Sarah and Michael have has numerous talks for their wish for the last days of their lives. Their daughter Kate has the interest of her parents in mind when she decides that they deserve to live a normal life until their death and it is worth the effort to try and keep them alive with the help of the new technologies and science that has been invented. She is right to argue that science has been growing continuously and there could possibly be a...
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...Alexandria, Va.: American Diabetes Association. Drum, D. E., & Zierenberg, T. (2006). The type 2 diabetes sourcebook (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. Melkus, G. D. (2006). Diabetes. Philadelphia: Saunders.... Diabetes Management and Treatment By Diabetes Management and Treatment Treating diabetes requires many aspects in order to be effective. For diabetes type 2, which has its greatest occurrences mainly in older individuals, requires following of strict schedules and use of certain specific medications in order to realize success in the whole treatment process. One critical aspect in addressing the issue is that diabetes is not treatable, and therefore, the treatments used are mainly to lower the ...
Astronomy Homework Assignment
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...Alexandria in Egypt where he was the chief librarian. Hence, concluding that the rays from the sun at these locations must have been parallel. There is an error in this assumption because the sun is in constant motion and Cyrene is also due south of Alexandria. Hence, such parallel angles in locations, as he suggested are likely to change. Question 3 Though Ptolemaic system had several observable failings... Question Like most Greek philosophers, Aristotle also believed that the universe existed infinitely (Woolfson 25). When Einstein came up with the revolutionary theory of relativity in 1951, he proposed that space and time were dynamic quantities shaped by energy. There was no background of events...
the 7 wanders of the world
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...Alexandria. Of these, only the Great Pyramid still exists today (Krystek, 2003). “For their builders, the Seven Wonders were a celebration of religion, mythology, art, power, and science. For us, they reflect the ability of humans to change the surrounding landscape by building massive yet beautiful... The Seven Wonders of the World The Seven Wonders of the World is an often-used phrase, but little is generally known about the actual list amongst the general populace. People might be able to come up with one or two of the structures included on the list, but probably don’t realize the status of these constructions or the history behind them. Although several lists of man-made wonders have been...
Perception of Front-line Healthcare Providers Toward Patient Safety: A Preliminary Study in a University Hospital in Egypt
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...Alexandria University. The target populations were the nursing students within the insinuations. The study used convenience sampling procedures and the sample size was 400 clinical staff members working in the intensive care unit. The safety survey climate was used to obtain information... A critical analysis of the medical article al affiliation A critical analysis of the medical article The main research question in this research is to determine the medical staff perception on the safety of patients in hospitals and health care institutions. The study sought to determine the commitment of management staff to health safety of patients. To elaborate on the varied perception of medical staff on patients’ ...
Theological Inquiry Christological Heresies Essay
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...Alexandria strongly opposed these teachings and emphasized that Jesus Christ was indeed fully divine. Arius argued with the bishop Alexandria stating that Jesus Christ... Arianism The basis of Arianism rested on Jesus Christ’s divinity where Arius the priest that established the teachings, suggested that Jesus was not on at the same level of divinity as God or the Holy Spirit and questioned his relationship with God as well. Arius together with his followers likened Jesus Christ to a demigod. This raised controversy as the Church at that time needed to reflect deeply about the divinity of Jesus Christ and his humanity. In developing a full Christian understanding of salvation, St. Athanasius of...
site visit
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...Alexandria. It is one of the largest Christian church in Egypt and Middle East. About 10% of the Egyptians belong to the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria. From millenniums this church is the source of guidance for the Christians of Middle East. It is headed by the pope of Alexandria including the bishops who go through the other matters. Answer 8 I think the important thing is “what we do in church”. There are certain things which we do... MODULE Religion and theology Answer Basically we are Christians. We are the followers of Christological theology from eastern and western orthodox churches. Our religion and beliefs are highly technical and are in accordance to the nature of Holy Christ. The...
Authentic Assessment: Five Appropriate uses for authentic assessment in the classroom
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...Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development... Assessment Authentic assessment Authentic assessment is a structure, which asks to perform tasks that are real and demonstrate applications that are meaningful to skills and knowledge which are entirely essential. According to Grant Wiggins, he defines authentic assessment as an engagement in worthy issues or problems that are important. The students have to use their knowledge in a manner whereby they use their performances creatively and successfully. The questions may be from the problems that faced by adult citizens or professions in a particular field. It is usually a task given to students to perform and their skills,...
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...Alexandria, VA: ASTD Press, 2010. Print. Pg. 30-38... Programs marketing for laptops Operating system is a crucial program that runs in the computer managing all other programs installed in the computer. The various types of Operating Systems (OS) include MS-DOS, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, UNIX, LINUX, and Network Operating System (NOS). Each computer requires OS for it to run. This implies there is an easily available market (Hartley, pg.34). However, it has many competitors. These are some of the steps to enhance marketing of OS of the project. First, the group has to carry out SWOT analysis of your group (Hartley, pg.33). This helps the group to determine what they have and what they are to do. The gr...
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...Alexandria, VA: ASTD, 1997. Print.... Training The Main Stakeholders The main stakeholders in this training program are the new employees who affect the performance of the company. Some are not familiar with the organizations hierarchy, some have quantitative accounting problem, and others do not have the necessary computing skills. The second stakeholders are the managers in the accounting department. They are significant because their performances are negatively affected by the poor performance of the new staff. The other stakeholder groups are the human resource managers and director. They are significant in finding ways of improving the current situation. The last stakeholder is the company which is ...
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...Alexandria, Va: American Diabetes Association. Kim, C., & Ferrara, A. (2010). Gestational diabetes during and after pregnancy. New York: Springer. Joslin, E. P., & Kahn, C. R. (2005). Joslins diabetes mellitus. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.Bottom of Form... diabetes Gestational diabetes Gestation diabetes is a condition in which glucose level in the blood of a pregnant woman is above the standard level. The situation is common around the 24th week of pregnancy. The condition mainly occurs when the insulin receptor does not function properly. Sometimes the woman might produce more glucose than the body insulin can manage. Insulin supplements are thus critical in controlling this...
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