The Life/Biography of Saint Ambrose
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...Ambrose Outline Life St. Ambrose was born at around 339 AD among two other brothers who were also saints; Saint Marcellina and saint Satyrus. Ambrose went ahead to study classics Greek, law and philosophy, as well as poetry. He became the Governor of Liguria and Emilia in 372 up until 374 when he was ordained as the bishop of Milan (Centre). 1.2 Bishop of Milan The death of the then bishop of Milan in 374 AD (Auxentius) an Arian, lead to violent conflicts over his succession. Due to public pressure as well as pressure from other priests and bishops he was chosen as the new bishop even as an unbaptized catechumen. 1.3 Ambrose and Arians Upon his election... of Learning: The Life/Biography of Saint...
Author Stephen Ambrose- Writing Style and Criticisms
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...Ambrose: A Brief Biography, Achievements, Writing Style and Criticism Introduction: Stephen E Ambrose (1936 – 2002), a National Geographic Society Explorer-in-Residence, is a unique personality that combines the traits of an outstanding historian and a prolific writer. His career span expands to different fields including writing, exploring history especially World War, executive producer of HBO miniseries “Band of Brothers” but most part of this has been “spent as a professor at the University of New Orleans,” (Stephen Ambrose: Historian) authoring or editing over 35 works His most significant works include a biography of Eisenhower, D-Day, Citizen... History and Political Science 22 April Stephen...
"Band of Brothers" by Stephen Ambrose
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...Ambrose is considered to be a master piece, since it represents the life of people in the military regimen. Military histories and stories are rare and this one from Stephen Ambrose is certainly a unique one, as the entire story is presented in such a way that it includes information about the soldiers, military officers, trainers and the military generals. Band of Brothers, is said to be a complete book which portrayed the life of a man in the military field. The book highlights every major point and it also focuses on the day to day happenings on the military camp. By doing this the author has given a complete outlook of how a country deals... Band Of Brothers Introduction Band of Brothers by Stephen...
Washington's crossing. stephen ambrose, simon and shuster, 2002
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...Ambrose, one of the most popular and influential American historian reflects on his life and on America’s history. He celebrates the America’s spirit which has led to its influential power worldwide. Ambrose also confronts the struggles and failures in the process of the political stability in America. The book praises the men and women who made it exceptional in American history and made the United States a force to reckon with. The America’s historic sins of racism, neglect and tragic errors are articulated when they happened. He also reflects on some of the country’s early founders who were progressive thinkers while living a contradiction... . He attacked the British camps at Princeton and...
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge by Ambrose Bierce
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...Ambrose Bierce’s ‘An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge’ is considered one of the best short stories in literature. The story is particularly well known for its ‘dream and reality’ theme and surprise ending, This is the story of a man Farquhar who is going to be hanged and few moments before death, he goes into a trance where the boundary between dreams and reality is removed and Farquhar imagines a world of his own. The story is based upon the flowing nature of time. Farquhar is hovering at the edge of the bridge waiting for death to take away his life but as he closes his eye, he delves into his own subconscious which leads him to his own conjectured reality. It is easy to...
A Detailed Interpretation of "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" by Ambrose Bierce
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...Ambrose Bierce “An occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” is a story of the consequences that Peyton Farquhar faced when he cheaply exposed his conscience and thoughts to someone he was considering as a friend and trustworthy enough to keep his secret. This thought-to-be friend was a soldier who appeared to Farquhar and informed him of the rehabilitating of various railroads including that of Owl Creek Bridge. Farquhar but up a rather surprising attitude and made the abundance of his heart expose when he asked "Is there no force on this side the creek?" Farquhar was actually inquiring if there was no way he could sabotage the whole repair... ?A detailed Interpretation of “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” by...
The Men Who Built the Transcontinental Railroad
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...Ambrose Publisher: Simon & Schuster, 2001 Book critique Summary Stephen Ambrose expounds with authority on the transcontinental railway. His eloquence, when elucidating on the famous and brave men coupled with extraordinary actions of the ordinary men, is exemplary. Ambrose employs a story telling device as a tool to propagate his perceptions. The main characters of this book are the military personnel, politicians, businessmen and the blue collar individuals. The author, Stephen Ambrose instigates his discussion in his literal work by expounding on the history at the time the transcontinental... Book Nothing Like It in the World: The Men Who Built the Transcontinental Railroad 1863-1869 Stephen Ambrose ...
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...Ambrose Publisher: Simon & Schuster, 2001 Book critique Summary Stephen Ambrose expounds with authority on the transcontinental railway. His eloquence, when elucidating on the famous and brave men coupled with extraordinary actions of the ordinary men, is exemplary. Ambrose employs a story telling device as a tool to propagate his perceptions. The main characters of this book are the military personnel, politicians, businessmen and the blue collar individuals. The author, Stephen Ambrose instigates his discussion in his literal work by expounding on the history at the time the transcontinental... Book Nothing Like It in the World: The Men Who Built the Transcontinental Railroad 1863-1869 Stephen...
SAINT AUGUSTINE'S CONFESSION
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...Ambrose, who would later baptize him. Finally, Monica compelled and encouraged Augustine to attend school that shaped his life and would culminate in him becoming a priest. II. Monica as a Faithful Wife Monica played a significant role in the conversion of Patricius (Augustine’s father) and Augustine. Initially, both Patricius and Augustine were not believing in Christ but finally were saved through the influence of Monica. Monica prayed to God on behalf of her husband’s soul and Augustine. Augustine recounted that Monica, “With a pure heart and faith in you she even more... Angeline Yunita THST 198 Prof. Matthew Pereira November 3, Essay #2 Conversion in Saint Augustines Confessions I. Introduction...
SAINT AUGUSTINE'S CONFESSION
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...Ambrose, who would later baptize him. Finally, Monica compelled and encouraged Augustine to attend school that shaped his life and would later be a priest. Discussion Monica’s Obedience Wife to Her Husband Influenced Augustine’s Conversion Augustine’s strong conviction to the Christian world originated Monica. Initially, both Patricius, (Augustines father) and Augustine were non-convert and finally got saved through the influence of Monica. Monica prayed to God on behalf of her husband’s soul and Augustine. “With a pure heart and faith in you she even more lovingly travailed in labor for my eternal salvation... Saint Augustines Confession Saint Augustines Confession Introduction The Confession of...
The Searcher in "Skin of a Lion"
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...Ambrose Small. His basis for setting off on this search was that he had received credible information stating that the merchant was still alive despite the widespread notion that he had died. However, ignoring all the pessimism, he... The Searcher in Skin of a Lion The field of literature is one that stretches through many perspectives and the amount of work put in by the professionals in this field is rather appealing. The Skin of a Lion is one acclaimed novel written in the 20th century that extends to show various norms in society. Renowned Canadian author, Michael Ondaatje, wrote the book and the major concept that the book portrays is the living conditions of immigrants in Toronto and the various...
Write about a time that you had to solve a problem using your own creativity.
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...Ambrose 2011). I utilized my creativity in solving the problem of low sales of a beauty product. From my marketing experience, I understood that packaging is the first thing that customers look for when selecting their beauty products (Calver 2004). Packaging has an enormous impact on cosmetics success in the market as it directly influences the purchase decision by communicating the product attributes at the point of sale. Some beauty products that are colorful in packaging tend to attract more prospective... Introduction Creativity in beauty related industries can be termed as an activity that starts with a new ideaand end with ultimate commercialization of the product (Roncarelli and Ellicott 2010)....
The Skin of a Lion
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...Ambrose Small. His basis for setting off on this search was that he had received credible information stating that the merchant was still alive despite the widespread notion that he had died. However, ignoring all the pessimism, he set off on the search... The field of literature is one that stretches through many perspectives and the amount of work put in by the professionals in this field is rather appealing. The Skin of a Lion is one acclaimed novel written in the 20th century that extends to show various norms in society. Renowned Canadian author, Michael Ondaatje, wrote the book and the major concept that the book portrays is the living conditions of immigrants in Toronto and the various difficult...
Lewis and Clark's Expedition
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...Ambrose 511). Additionally, the expedition is reputed as having shaped a crude route to the Pacific waters and hence marked the initial pathway for new nation to extend westwards from ocean to ocean (Allen 366... Lewis and Clarks Expedition Lewis and Clarks expedition was sanctioned by President Thomas Jefferson in 1803. Although Meriwether Lewis was the one chosen as the frontiersman, he solicited assistance of William Clark who had outstanding abilities as a draftsman and a frontiersman. Was this exhibition necessary? This is a question many have asked. Coming right after making of the Louisiana Purchase Treaty, one would say that it was only prudent that a feasibility study to explore the newly...
Examining a Work of Fiction Through Another Author's Lens
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...Ambrose, who gets lost in a funhouse and decribes complicated relationship between reality and fiction world created by him. In his work "The Art of Fiction", Henry James states that "good" fiction should exist in competition with reality, and an author should never interject their intent in writing the story, or remind readers that the story is "just make-believe." "The subject-matter of fiction is stored up likewise in documents and records" (James, n.d.). In spite this fact, Barth goes... Examining a Work of Fiction Through Another Lens The short story "Lost in the fun house" written by John Barth first appeared in the 1969. The story belongs to fictional genre and tells about the main character,...
The Cold War and U.S. Diplomacy
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...Ambrose, 1989). He worked in the armed forces and was a congressman. During his time in power, the United States was not in food terms with many states across the globe. It is vital to mote that the globe was also experiencing conflicts on every bend as nuclear terrors were threatening from numerous states. As the president of USA, Nixon had the task to make sure world tranquility and counteract the nuclear... The Cold War and U.S. Diplomacy affiliation The Cold War and U.S. Diplomacy Nixon 1969-1974- Supply weapons but not troops to countries fighting off communism. The thirty seventh head of USA was Nixon Richard. Nixon had a long political know-how prior to his appointment as the head of state (Ambros...
Cases of plagiarism and its consequences
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...Ambrose, a historian was accused of copying in his book “The Wild Blue”. He had copied innumerable lines including some entire texts from Thomas Childers “Wings of Morning”. Some important phrases from Childers book like...  Cases of plagiarism and its consequences Mouton and Robinson (2002) d that plagiarism is an act “depriving authors of profit that is rightfully theirs [, which] is theft. Depriving authors of credit might also be a form of theft” ( qtd. in Shahbuddin 353). Dorris Kearns Goodwin, a well known historian and professor in Harvard University, had been accused of plagiarism for her novel “The Fitzgeralds and the Kennedys” which was released in 1987. It was found she had explicitly borrowe...
How did D-Day impact world history?
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...Ambrose 23). This operation was spelled as the beginning of the termination of Nazi’s domination over Europe and the Third Reich. Such factors were attributed by Winston Churchill (British Prime Minister) who proposed continuity of the Nazi attacks (Ambrose 19). The D-Day was accredited by three different perspectives. The three unique perspectives... How D-Day had an impact on the World’s History D-Day is a military term whereby, the D represents the day the operation was to kick off. D-Day was identified as the day when the Normandy Landings commenced. This took place on Tuesday, 6th June 1944. These Normandy Landings which were codenamed Operation Neptune can be described as landing operations ...
Visiting the BASILICA DI SANT(church+cript+musuem)
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...Ambrose in Milan, Italy. Its history dates back to 4th century AD when St. Ambrose came to Milan to make it more pro-Roman in the period when there was an opposition between Nicene Creed and Arianism(«SantAmbrogio, Milan»). St. Ambrose preached and established several churches there and the Basilica of SantAmbrogio became one of the most popular churches in Milan. Long history of this basilica and its founder in particular attract many tourists who come to this place to enjoy its art and atmosphere. In 12th century the basilica was rebuilt and received its modern look («SantAmbrogio, Milan»). The style... The Basilica of SantAmbrogio The Basilica of SantAmbrogio is a famous church established by St....
Leadership & Motivation Essay
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...Ambrose H: Ambrose shows traits that are close to the personality types of Driver-Analytical and Realistic. Drivers are task-oriented, workaholics and results oriented. They place a very high priority on completing the task in hand. They are very efficient and good team players. Analyticals on the other hand are very structured and organized with focus being on task and details. They are very punctual and they are not comfortable approaching... ? Contents Introduction 2 Evaluation of Personality Traits 2 Methods for Motivating the Team 4 Leadership Strategy 5 Conclusion 6 References 7 Introduction Leadership and motivation are two sides of the same coin. In order to be an effective leader, one must be...
How D-Day Had an Impact on the World's History
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...Ambrose 23). This operation was spelled as the beginning of the termination of Nazi’s domination over Europe and the Third Reich. Such factors were attributed by Winston Churchill (British Prime Minister) who proposed continuity of the Nazi attacks (Ambrose 19). The D-Day was accredited by three different perspectives. The three unique perspectives included... How D-Day had an impact on the World’s History D-Day is a military term whereby, the D represents the day the operation was to kick off. D-Day was identified as the day when the Normandy Landings commenced. This took place on Tuesday, 6th June 1944. These Normandy Landings which were codenamed Operation Neptune can be described as landing...
Housing Policy
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...Ambrose, 2008) There have been impediments to the sound execution of the cont housing policy from different quarters namely, The government, Mayor of London Local housing, Authorities, Chartered Institute of Housing, Health and wellbeing Boards, Hospitals such as St Mungo’s as well as the Ministerial Working Group which initiated the No Second Night Out model. (Wilcox, 2011) Conclusion The above essay is an elaborate explanation on the housing problem in the United Kingdom and the subsequent formulation of the contact housing policy by the help of the concerned ministerial group. The contact housing policy has thence, adequately resolved the housing issue. But, there are...
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
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...Ambrose Bierce: Ambrose Bierces short story d An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge is one of the ics ofthe art form. The story could be read from three different angles. First, the political angle provided by the American Civil War of the 1860s. Second is the cultural angle, whereby the unique flavors of the American South can be appreciated. Third, the story provides rich material for studying the psychology of impending death. This essay will extend the third angle and argue that though the hallucinatory sequence experienced by Peyton Farquhar is temporally brief, within it contain profound truths about the nature of human psychology and existence... on to show that...
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...Ambrose, Cheng & King, 2010). A good example is the Export-Import Bank of the United States, which is the official export credit bank in the U.S. Some of the benefits that such banks offer makes the program very effective in its operation. The program effectiveness lies... and a collection of accounts receivable. It also guarantees the provision of working capital to the firms at any moment. Additionally, the program reduces the bureaucracy involved in getting a loan. For instance, the application fee is approximately $100 submitted with company’s financial statements for at least the past one year. The time saved by having a short chain of procedures further makes the program effective in...
Entrepreneurship Solves Low-income Housing in Chicago
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...Ambrose-Van 35). In addition, together with the superhighways, the Chicago River, railyards and factories, we find that the high-rises join together to form a physical hurdle that runs south and north through the city center. However, the wall dividing Chicago is not just that of steel and brick; but the outcome of a trend of decision-making, which has attempted to isolate the low-income African Americans in the city and continue separating them from the communities of the whites. Currently, the officials of the city and Chicago housing Authority are more concerned with the low-income individuals of Chicago together with their needs (Ambrose-Van 36). Nonetheless, in the face... and Cabrini-Green...
Creating a PR Plan for Marcos Ambrose's Race Team
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...Ambroses Race Team Marcos Ambrose is an Australian racing driver born in 1st September 1976. Marcos Ambrose drives the No.9 DeWalt/Stanley Ford Fusion for Richard Petty Motorsports in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He is known versatility and this enabled him to be declared dual Australian V8 Supercar champion in 2003 and 2004. His team has been dominant in the Australian races but after breaking the dominance of Ford teams in the Championship in earlier times. Ambrose is realistic and have realized that the path to the top of NASCAR is not that easy hence he uses his years of experience to assist young up and coming Australian drivers through the North American... Public relations plan for Marcos...
Why the Diagnosogenic theory of stuttering onset has been dispelled by recent literature
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...Ambrose and Ehud Yairi wrote a paper discrediting the 1939 study, revealing flaws in data collection... "Why the Diagnosogenic theory of stuttering onset has been dispelled by recent literature" Stuttering is a communication disorder in which the flow of speech is broken by repetitions "li-li-like this", prolongations "lllllike this", or abnormal stoppages of sounds and syllables. A speech disorder marked by hesitation and inability to enunciate consonants without spasmodic repetition. There are four factors that contribute to the development of stuttering: Genetics-Approximately 60% of those who stutter has a family member who does also. Child development-Children with other speech and language problems ...
Careers in Math Essay
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...Ambrose Multicultural College in the Mopti town of the republic of Mali as follows (this projection is an approximation based on observation of the last two years): Year Population (Y) (P) 2003 500 2004 1000 2005 2000 2006 4000 2007 6000 2008 6500 (According to Private Institutions in West Africa) These estimations were based on plans to found branches of this college in other... CAREERS IN MATH Multifarious are the careers in which a sound knowledge and grasp of Mathematical s and principles find practical daily relevance. "These range from Mathematics...
Review: Narration & Description, and the Writing Process
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...Ambrose Bierce. I so doing, the paper will address the function of “time” in the essay and mention the metaphors and themes inherent in the piece. The paper will also contain quotes to illustrate how time works in the essay by Bierce. The function of time is shown by the theme of fluid nature of time. “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” is a devised commentary on the fluid nature of time. The structure of the story moves from the present to the past and to what is referred to as the imagined present. This reflects this fluidity and the tension existing among competing time notions... Narration & and the Writing Process Lecturer This paper seeks to detail a response to “An Occurrence at Owl Creek” by...
Description and critical evaluation of an historic or contemporary piece of graphic design from any culture
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...Ambrose 2009). Summarizing, graphic designs in the United Kingdom and other countries correctly focus on delivery of data. Effective graphic signs are correctly located. The inspirational traffic signs are correctly classified as one of the popular graphic design products. Overwhelmingly, graphic designs guarantee the delivery of required information. References: Ambrose, G... Graphic Design 9 October The United Kingdom and other countries’ graphic designs deliver specific messages. The graphic designs are found in different areas of society. For people who drive their own vehicles, understanding the traffic signs is a requirement. Graphic designs delivery unique messages. Graphic ...
An Occurrence at Owl Creek
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...Ambrose Bierce’s writing, An Occurrence at Owl Creek. An Occurrence at Owl Creek refers to a short story written by Ambrose Bierce, an American author. The tale, set during the Civil war, is identified for its irregular time sequence, as well as a twisting ending (Bierce, 1948). The book is Bierce’s most anthologized writing. An Occurrence at Owl Creek, according to critics, is a richly devised explanation on the fluid of time during the civil war. The book’s structure, which shifts from the current to the past to what is portrayed to be the anticipated present, mirrors this fluidity along with the tension... ? An Occurrence at Owl Creek An Occurrence at Owl Creek Time is a capricious factor. It is also...
Current Events and U.S. Diplomacy
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...Ambrose, 1989). Relationship between Vietnam and the United States during This Period The diplomatic relationship between the United States and the Republic of Vietnam... Current Events and U.S. Diplomacy Task Current Events and U.S. Diplomacy Nixon Doctrine A doctrine is any new ideology that creates a formidable platform for a reigning president to execute an advance policy towards a given country or selected region. This doctrine enables the country, and in particular the president to establish certain foreign policy tenets, or control a given political situation, that affects the international affairs of the United States. A closer look at President Nixon’s Doctrine elaborates the topic further....
A reader and How to Tell a True War Story
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...Ambrose and he is travelling together with his... Two stories that changed my perceptions as a reader “How to Tell a True War Story” explores the complex relationship between the war encounter and how one narrates about the war experiences. The author, as the narrator and protagonist of the story – O’Brien’s role as a soldier tells several different stories, which intermingle with each other, the main theme being the death of another soldier – Curt Lemon. The place of the narration is the Vietnam War. The narrator had returned from the war about 20 years ago and his character is disillusioned. Throughout of the discourse of the story he is trying to illustrate this. The narrator attempts to formulate...
Work Bibliography Paper
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...Ambrose of Milan and the end of the Arian-Nicene conflicts. Vigiliae Christianae 50 (3): 315. This text outlines the role of one of the most important early Bishops, Ambrose of Milan, in bringing to a close the Arian-Nicene conflict. Though the council of Nicene decided on an orthodoxy, declaring the Arian beliefs heterodox or heretical, this did not stop the continuation of Arian practices. This was a pattern that emerged though many church councils, where the losing side would continue to act in the ways they had previously, especially if, as was the case with the Arian heresy, the heresy was geographically concentrated... Prof’s Working Bibliography Annemarie Luijendijk. 2008. Papyri from the great...
Amazing Grace And Amazing Revelations
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...Ambrose, D. (2005). Aspiration Growth, Talent Development and Self-Fulfillment in a Context of Democratic Erosion. Roeper Review, 28, 11... Amazing Grace And Amazing Revelations Kozol, J. (1996). Amazing Grace: The Lives of Children and the Conscience of a Nation. (Reprint ed New York: Harper Perennial. Books, it is said, are a mirror to life. Sometimes it so happens that books not just mirror life but hold a mirror to us as well. They endeavor to show us the harsh realities of the world we live in and drive home the point that the life that we live is not the only version. Other people, living and breathing human beings like us, live other, wholly different versions of life elsewhere. Jonathan Kozol ac...
The use of isotopes in medicine
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...Ambrose (2003) explains that the decay rate of isotopes can easily be predicted and determined, thus has widely been used in determining age mostly in archeology. Uses in Archeology Carbon Dating Carbon dating is the most common use of isotopes in archeology where age of organisms is determined in the process (McKinney, et al, 1995). The isotope used in this case is carbon- 14. Normally carbon exists... ? The Use of Isotopes in Archaeology of The Use of Isotopes in Archaeology Introduction Generally, isotopes are atoms of a single element, having a proton number equal to the number of electrons, but they differ in the number of neutrons. This leads to a difference in the atomic mass although the atomic...
Answer the 5 questions
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...Ambrose, bishop of Milan in the fourth century about what makes a war just is a home of ambiguity. Firstly, the term “just” is ambiguous because what is just to one may not be just to somebody else since opinions are highly subjective. In his first premise, Ambrose says “war must have a just cause... Answer the 5 Questions The conclusion is that all war is unjust. This is seen at the beginning of the third paragraph of the article d “The Unjust War Theory.” This conclusion is backed up by a number of premises. The first premise is that wars kill and maim people. The situation in any war is such that no one’s life is sure. Soldiers kill people whom they consider to be opposing them and their nations. As...
Customized Learning Theory
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...Ambrose, 2000). Piaget’s developmental theory depicts intelligence as adaptation. According to this theory, intelligence develops as the child interacts with the environment both physically and mentally initially prompted by chance and reflex. As the child grows, his or her actions are more purposeful with understanding and assimilation shifting from the physical to abstract (Cohen & Ambrose, 2000). Development is divided into four stages starting with sensorimotor in which a child learns through his or her physical interaction and experience with the environment. At this stage, the child’s awareness of an object ends once it is withdrawn. The second stage... ? Customized Learning Theory Institute...
Long-term trends in Paleolithic cultural and biological evolution
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...Ambrose (4) notes that burned bones retrieved from the Swartkrans cave in South Africa suggest systematic use of fire by hominins beginning 1 to 1.5 million years ago. Fire invention also had a enormous impact on the pre-historic eating culture. On the other hand, the development of canoes... The Paleolithic Age: Cultural Evolution as a Consequence of Biological Evolution Introduction Up to the era of the Homo sapiens, humans- through evolution gradually developed larger brains, which led to better reasoning, introspection and language abilities. Gradual changes in the anatomy of the early hominin were critical in the cultural evolution of the Paleolithic era. This essay seeks to examine long-term...
The realities and fictions of Saving Private Ryan
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...Ambrose gives the best description of its qualities, "The search for Private Ryan is fiction, but of the kind that illuminates truth rather than diminishing it." References: Ambrose... The realities and fictions of Saving Private Ryan Filmed in 1998 by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks as Captain John H. Miller, the movie isabout a squad of eight men from Company C, 2nd Ranger Battalion, U.S. Army, who were sent right after the Normandy invasion on 6th June 1944 to find and bring back Private James Ryan whose three brothers were killed in action. The order to locate and retrieve Ryan came from Washington and Chief of Staff George Marshall. As the story progressed, the squad and other characters...
Measurement
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...Ambrose & Harris 45). One of the industries that measurement plays a large role in is Engineering and Construction and without this practice it would be extremely difficult for those working in this industry to perform their duties. Types of Measurement categories As mentioned earlier, there are different types of measurements that can be found with regard to what in particular an individual is trying to measure (Baines & Haslam 59). These measurements can either be used on their own or jointly depending on the task that the individual measuring wants to perform. The categories that are used for measurement... Measurement Measurement can be described as the act of assigning a particular range of numbers ...
Social network analysis
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...Ambrose, Berthold, Peter and Louis (The Loyal Opposition) Basil, Elias and Simplicius (The Outcasts) Romuland, Victor and Amand (The floaters). It is a fact that an individual does not possess power in the abstract... 1. Produce a visualization of SAMPLK3 which incorporates the groups described above in your visualization. Social network analysis is a procedure where the sociologist finds the fundamental property of social structure with the element of power. Here, the function of power is a controversial issue and there is much less agreement as to what power is, and how it is possible to analyze its causes and consequences. Here, the main function of the analysis is to understand the power and its...
The manifestations of traumatic experiences have the power to dramatically influence individuals and communities, but acknowledg
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...Ambrose who was her childhood admirer and a friend to her father. She got sexually involved with this man and when her father discovers of the affair, he rapes her repeatedly. It is then revealed that Ambrose discovers that Chandin had abused Mala, he kills him. Ambrose son goes to Chandin homes dressed in his father’s clothes. Mala, confusing him for his father takes him to see Chandin decaying body. The son thinks that Mala killed Chandin and that is when she was taken to hospital for the mentally ill. In the end Ambrose wife confesses that her husband was the one responsible for the death of Chandin. Tyler tells this story as a way... Dealing with Traumatic Experience by Acknowledging history Getting ...
OB CASE STUDY
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...Ambrose Hotel is a lowly motivated employee. James feels as if he is being overworked and underpaid. Taking into consideration that he works 12 hours and gets the minimum wage, this might not be far from the truth. This is compounded by the fact that James has the potential to improve his state of affairs but cannot do so with the current organisational behaviours at play in his organization. Drawing support from the various motivation theories and research done, this paper seeks to analyse the reasons for James low motivation in the work place. This will be achieved by drawing parallel between the situation... ? Case study QUESTION ONE: RESONS FOR LOW MOTIVATION. James Bruce who is an employee in...
Peru
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...Ambrose, 70). Topic B: Transboundary conflict on the consequence of resource utilization in one of the states Basing on the second principle of the Rio Declaration targeting sharing and management of transboundary resources, States have, in accordance with the principles of international laws and charter of the united nations, the sovereign rights to extract and exploit their resources pursuant to their own developmental and environmental policies, and the responsibilities of ensuring that activities... Topic A: Scope and Application of Universal Jurisdiction Universal jurisdiction in international law allowsa state without extraterritorial or national competence to try a criminal in their custody....
What effect did World War II have on the nation's industries, and how did the war revolutionize the U.S. economy both immediately and in the long term?
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...Ambrose, Eisenhower: Volume 2, The President (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1984), p. 618.... effect did World War II have on the nations industries, and how did the war revolutionize the U.S. economy both immediately and in the long term? Ratna History and Political Science Instructor Name 24 August 2012 World War II killed over 50 million people worldwide, with the U.S. too suffering its own loss in Pearl Harbor. But, the nation emerged as an economic superpower only after the war. The three major factors which influenced the U.S. economy immediately after the war were resurrection from the great depression, women empowerment and explosion of consumer goods market. The pre-war period was the era of great...
Essay on Moral and Ethics
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...Ambrose and Cross 152). As so, she further states that there is no existence of a transcendent culture, and that makes what could be wrong in one culture, correct in another culture. Benedicts found that many traditional societies were focused on community-centered values since they did not interact much with people from other cultures. This meant that in the event that they met an abnormal act they, as a community, did not approve, then the act would be immoral hence the moral relativity. Conversely, the notion held by Bentham on morality or ethics is that moral judgment... ?Moral and Ethics The mind–body problem is an important aspect in philosophy, which seeks to understand the relationship between...
Narritive about a short story
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...Ambrose Bierce “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” is a heartrending story narrated by Ambrose Bierce that speaks of the plight of a man who was sent to the gallows. The man who was named Peyton Farquhar, was a planter and slave owner, from a highly respected family, in Alabama. He was a soldier at heart, who ardently devoted himself to the Southern cause. Nevertheless circumstances did not permit him to enroll himself in the gallant, army during the fall of Corinth. He bided his time and waited for the opportunity... An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge Order No. 270469 No. of pages: 2 1st 6530 “Death is a dignitary who when he comes announced is to be received with formal manifestations of respect….”...
Grant Literature Review
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...Ambrose does not state anything on grants for institutions... Grant Literature Review GRANT LITERATURE REVIEW Titus Rock Manickam Order No. 294870 30 April 2009 GRANT LITERATURE REVIEW Introduction AmyGrace Academy (AGA) is involved in providing tuitions to students studying in Grade 2 onwards. There are 200 students in this institution. Tuitions are provided for students residing in the locality during after school hours. There are five full time tutors in this institution. AGA needs to buy digital technologies for the benefit of these students. AGA is ten years old and there is requirement for funds to augment facilities for the students. There is particular need for funds for digital technologies and A...
The Marshall Plan and Communism after World War 2
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...Ambrose, Stephen E. "The Presidency and Foreign Policy." Foreign Affairs 70.5 (1992): 120. In this article, Ambrose identifies some of the foreign policies employed by the US. Foreign policies are usually the guidelines that affect how a given nation interacts with other nations. This resource identifies the fact that Marshall Plan was developed out of the US foreign policies. The article provides the foundation of the plan making the research on the topic easier. Nonetheless, the article does not explicitly describe the Marshall Plan. Bernadette, Whelan. Ireland... The Marshall Plan and Communism after World War 2 Section A: Plan of Investigation The following is a historical research paper based on a...
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