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...Were None’ – Agatha Christie Chapter I-XII Even 12 chapters in to the book, it is difficult to identify who will be the next target. Right before the murder occurs, one can tell who is about to die, as seen in the case of MacArthur, Rogers and Brent. However, with five characters left, it is difficult to pick who could be the target and who the murderer is since perhaps five of the smartest and strongest characters are left. Any and all have equal motive; and it seems that a second murderer could emerge, one who doesn’t want to mete out justice but wants to fight for his/her survival. It would seem like a valid decision at this point. Nevertheless, of the remaining five, the poem... ‘And Then There...
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...were equal, and none... Task A number of factors influences American romanticism. Immigration into the country brought in a number of cultures that had different perspectives on the issue. However, America romantic draws its inspiration from a number of issues that include desire of satisfaction. Emotional and individualistic among others. Task 2 Thoreau moved to Walden Pond and stayed there for two years, two months and two days. He had gone there to honour the death of his brother John Jr. During his stay, he worked on a book entitled A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers, which was a tribute to John Jr. his brother. Task 3 Gothic literature is used to bring about an atmosphere of gloom and terror...
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...NONE Introduction and Summary The documentary, The Human Family Tree, sponsored by National Geographic Channel, describes the results of DNA testing on an ethnically and racially divers group of hundreds of people in Queens, New York, and compares the results of similar testing on 350,000 people worldwide. The purpose of the testing conducted by genetic scientists, is to trace population movements during the history of humanity by comparing the genetic structure of the DNA of those tested. Analysis of Content First of all, this documentary states that 99.9% of our genetic makeup is identical to everyone else in the world. The only differences are occasional random changes...
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...NONE The credit market is a market for the exchange of short-term commercial paper and debt securities. The government and companies will allow investors to buy these instruments in order to raise fund. The credit market encompasses trading on credit related products and mostly non-exchange traded contracts (Woodford, pp, 21-44). Imperfections of the credit markets The imperfections of the credit market provide the key to understanding the important issue in business growth, development, and cycles. The credit market has many frictions that work against it to produce an imperfect market. An example of asymmetric information. Asymmetric information refers to a situation where participants... NONE The...
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...none> “Aftermath”. Oxford Dictionaries. 2015. Web. February 23, 2015. Bishop, Elizabeth. “The Value of a Dictionary”. In Kennedy, X. J., and Dana Gioia, eds.Backpack Literature: An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama. Longman Publishing Group, 2012. p. 532 Longfellow, Henry Wordsworth. “Aftermath”. In Kennedy, X. J., and Dana Gioia, eds.Backpack Literature: An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama. Longman Publishing Group, 2012. p. 533... Aftermath by Henry Wordsworth Longfellow The value of poetry is expressed through its ability to deliver certain mood, feelings and expressions in a short form. Unlike prose, where long passages serve as a jigsaw pieces for the whole picture, poetry empowers every word to mean more than it is written in the dictionary. Aftermath written by...
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...were to eat all the fruits in the Garden of Eden except for one, which God called the fruit of the Tree that contained the knowledge of evil and good, to which the couple ate from and finally faced God’s wrath. In the poem, Milton’s asserts that Adam sinned out of his free will as Eve did not force him to eat... in the garden, to which he confessed to Angel Raphael of his feelings for her (Milton & Stallard 305). His love for Eve makes him powerless even after being warned by Raphael to contain his feelings as they were likely to cloud his judgement and level of reasoning that would make him go against God’s will. As per Milton’s poem, Adam had no intention of eating the...
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...None Module Introduction The scope of military operations requires a high level of intelligence for understanding and predicting an opponent’s intentions. This allows for preparedness and countermeasures for protecting a territory. Military science is defined as the strategic application of theory, methodologies, and activities towards potentials for implementing security objectives in a nation, facilitating military operations by availing necessary information, and developing plans for suppressing enemies’ planned attacks or for successfully implementing an attack on an enemy. In this paper, I develop a plan of how to analyze the intelligence problem that has been posed...
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...were used and the simple buttresses at the top of the tower... Modern Architecture: Auguste Perret Eglise St. Joseph The Eglise St. Joseph features this very tall hexagonal spire that rises above the rest of the church with a modern magnificence that captures all the concepts of a church spire while retaining all the uses of a tower. What ornamentation there is appears to be largely what is necessary for the proper function of the structure in terms of support, providing open air access for the bells to sound and the ability for people to access the tower when necessary. Its lack of fancy filigrees or ornamented elements allows other details, such as the care with which the building materials were used ...
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... Freewill and Determinism Watson’s famous quote about the dozen infants certainly has its merits when we consider how individuals can be made to behave in certain ways if they are controlled by stronger and more authoritative persons. However, it does seem unlikely that such a claim can be made without verification or hard evidence. Clearly, when it comes to the ideals of freewill and determinism, the words of Watson can be quite troubling for both determinists and those supporting freewill since Watson suggests that he can control the destiny and will of any person given under his complete control. In this context it is important to note that the infants would be conditioned by Watson... Freewill and...
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...were consolidated and the High Court held in favor of the Delaware court, stating that the Florida court could not exercise jurisdiction over a non-resident with only sporadic and inadvertent contacts with that State. The ruling stems from the settled rule that a party may not be called upon to defend an action in a foreign tribunal anent proof that he has had the “minimal contacts... John Doe Prof. Richard Roe Law 101 06 April 2006 Term Paper on Law Questions A Delaware banking corporation was d as trustee for the large estate of a wealthy individual in that individuals will. The beneficiaries of the trust are the deceaseds two children, one of whom lives in Pennsylvania and the other in Florida....
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...Celebrating Halloween and being an exemplary believer as one of the paradoxes of our nation 2009 The question that I want to raise is the paradox of the American society – which on the one hand is the community of exemplary believers and on the other hand we enjoy the Halloween feast that is officially blamed by the Church. Halloween originated among the ancient Celts who had their special feast in honor of Samhain (which was not the name for the Celtic “Death God” as some people erroneously state), that means it was brought to America from Europe, but as it was later almost fully prohibited in England, France etc., Americans became the ones who truly breathed new life into it. The Church... Halloween...
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...were specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and time bound. However, it was not all a smooth going since we had to overcome some challenges. Engaging in teamwork was very satisfying and presented diversity of thoughts and personalities. Faisal, Jordan, Kyle and Ashley engaged each other in the group from a point where we had to know each other better. At the beginning we decided to search for a project that we would engage with as a group, we achieved within a short period despite the team being in the norming stage. We decided to focus our... Faisal Section 2b: Team processes. The team established to make some goals that would help the group meet the objectives within the set time. Our goals were ...
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...?DIFFICULTIES FACED BY SALES MANAGER Being a manager has great responsibilities. It is the basic responsibility of the manager to manage people. Sales manager is the person who posses both internal and external pressure. Internal pressure is referred as the pressure from the company and external pressure is the pressure from the customers. The journey from sales executive to sales managers offers many areas of learning about the sales tactics and how to make and close the sales. The sales manager has the responsibility to manage the sales team of the company and to make sure that the sales team is able to complete their tasks on time. Sales job is task oriented and this job needs a strong... FACED BY...
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...were fighting against one another... Day Month Year Two Famous Speeches: An Analysis Martin Luther King Jr. and Barack Obama are considered by many to be two of the greatest orators in modern time. King’s claim to fame and notoriety comes from his tireless work as a civil rights leader, while Obama became a Center Stage featured speaker after the Democratic Party Convention in 2004. Both are known for the way they could and can captivate and move audiences. Perhaps, that is why King’s legacy lives on today and, perhaps, so will Obama’s. Trying to forge peace between all races, King’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech was written during a time of great civil unrest in the United States. Races were fight...
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...Moral Entrepreneurs and the Law A moral entrepreneur is a person, group of people or an organization that holds certain moral ideals and seek to advocate for rules in society that enforce those ideals. The Federal Bureau of Narcotics for instance advocated for the laws against the use of Marijuana in the United States. The conducted sensitization programmes on the adverse effects of the drugs and the need for society to ensure there are laws prohibiting its abuse. Offence of strict liability There are two elements required for an occurrence to be considered criminal. This the mens rea and the actus reus. The former is the guilty mind while the latter is the guilty action. In instances... Entrepreneurs ...
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... 19 May Assignment Deviance is a term used in sociology, best described by Robert K Merton as the conduct that violates any form of sociological norms. Actions that include deviance include committing crimes that go against the normal working of a society and bring about chaos. However, committing a crime may be looked at from two different points of view; for example, murdering a civilian which goes against the norms of a society and murdering a terrorist which assists in restoring balance within a society. Deviance may be defined in two ways; absolute or relative and the two terms have been further explained clearly during the course of this essay. Absolute deviance means that the same... 19 May...
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... Market research This is significant as a seller to think of the reasons why people will buy your product. This is beneficial to understand the need of the people within one location of selling. It will also help identify if your product will sell very fast or if the product is not marketable within the area. There are many reasons why people would buy goods. Some of the reasons are, to improve on their health, to add comfort, to make or save money, to get fame to have fun (Hague, 64). It is not a must for a person to sell a variety of things to target a large, crowded become successful in the business market. Specializing in a single field is thus very important. This will enable someone... Market...
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... Growth Economic Thought Economic Concepts that Greek Philosophers would agree with Although it is difficult to establish an association between economists of the last 500 years and the Greeks, possibility exists of identifying their ideas and relevance in the contemporary world. Greeks philosophies predicted current economic problems and concepts such as wealth, poverty, foreign trade, property rights, sufficiency and communism. Extensions of Greeks economics ideas on competition exist within modern economics. Some of the Greek philosophers would agree to concepts of economics on competition within the modern economy. Greek philosophers such as Hesiod and Democritus would probably support... Growth...
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... Personal ment, Literature Barren Plateau and the River ofLove—Cleanth Brooks: The Language of Paradox. Having lost the battle of love, He was wandering alone in the forest All at once he saw a barren plateau, On it an old man stood with hands folded With sight in the direction of the heaven, “Whom are you worshipping revered Sir?” the lover asked, “My child, don’t you know? Over this barren plateau a holy river was flowing once upon a time”. The lover is like the old man, and his heart is like the barren plateau, In that heart goes the silent, eternal prayer, For the river of love was flowing through that heart once upon a time! Cleanth Brooks... Personal ment,...
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...Sociology The industrial revolution is the driving force behind the success of the first world countries such as Britain. This is the first instance where the United Kingdom makes a blow in regards to the environment. They permit pollution of the atmosphere to allow for industrialization. Air pollution by green house gases led to the green house effect which in turn led to global warming (Maslin, 2009). The effects of global warming in the U.K are devastating. The first noted effect is climate change attributed to rise or fall of temperature depending on the geographic and climatic region. The rise of temperature leads to melting of ice caps in the northern hemisphere and thus an increase... The...
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...Negative Information Letters Introduction to the Letter This letter informs an independent from the Association of Independent s that the Company will not provide this group of people with free samples of their production. It provides apology and explanation of these actions to the customer. Negative information letters require a special attention, because it is very important to provide negative information to receivers in a respectful manner. The letter is written in corresponding manner so tat the customer may accept apologies and continue cooperation in future. 2) Outline of the letter Address of the sender; Address of the receiver; The first introductory paragraph (appreciates... Information...
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...were then followed by the arrival of European settlers and then subsequent colonization at the hands of the British took place. United States... s Immigration and Ethnic Relations in the U.S Discuss what the history of immigration to the United States indicates about the nature of race/racism and/or ethnic groups (as covered in the Race and Ethnicity in the United States class/readings) and how they change over time. Instead of just briefly summarizing U.S. immigration history, make sure you are applying the concept of race and/or ethnicity to your understanding of it.  The increase in the number of people coming to the United States in search of greener pastures has had a profound impact on the entire U...
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...were of highly sophisticated technique and craftsmanship. They, unlike the Greeks, were more interested in the production of instantaneous impact on viewers. They were also responsible for the urbanization of Rome by building shrines, temples, and roads. They also introduced toga and horse racing to the Romans. They were energetic and militaristic, with equality existing between both sexes and between monogamous heterosexuality and male homoeroticism. All artefacts from the Etruscan era have music sensibility, are evidently lively artistic. In addition, has frank sexuality about them (Cunningham & Reich 88). 3. What are the features of a work of art that indicate... it is Hellenistic? How...
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... Glasses Camera Introduction The world is full of many opportunities that help to meet people’s needs especiallythrough creating new products. Determining the product remains a main challenge because the company should meet business objectives, make profits, and conform to the operational requirements related to the business. As a result, not all business ideas are viable hence the need to do a thorough research before undertaking a business project. My company’s name is XYZ and it specializes in Glass Cameras. However, this business faces some challenges considering that this is a new concept in the market. Glass camera is a new concept in the market whereby a person wears the gadget... Glasses Camera...
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... Company’s Mission ment Coca-Cola Company is one of the global multinationals that have consequently produced thebest in the global market in terms of beverages that satisfy the consumer needs. Despite operating in a very competitive market, the company has been able to acquire its market share in the global market. Due to the changing trends in the market, the company has continually refined its mission as explained below. The company aims at refreshing the whole world. Through its various products, the company can quench the thirst of all their customers in the global market (Svendsen 1). This is mainly achieved by conducting an intensive market research in order to establish the latest... Company’s...
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...were asked to state the number of hours they took to prepare for the test... Statistics XL10: Project Brief introduction of the project The project seeks to understand the scores obtained by students in the U.S based on gender and State in which the student comes from. The dataset comprises of 4 variables namely; gender of the student, State in which the student comes from, the number of hours the student takes to prepare for a Mathematics test and the scores obtained by the student in a Mathematics test. In total, 30 students took part in this survey. Data was collected both from the exam registry and one on one with the students. The registry provided us with the students scores while the students...
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... Philosophy and fallacies Several factors lead to fallacies. They include appeal to motives that aims to support an argument, appeal to force and appeal to pity. The first factor compels an individual to accept a statement as true because of pressure from certain force. However, a person is warned of unacceptable outcomes. As depicted in the movie and from the reading, appeal to force occurs when an individual poses a summary to another individual and informs that person that some harm or damage will occur to him or her if she or he does not give in to the conclusion or summary. The third factor as seen in the movie, appeal to pity takes place when an individual tries to endorse... Philosophy and...
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...were threatened. Containment focuses on restraining undesirable consequences to the U.S from spreading to other parts of the world or encroaching into the country itself. For example, the U.S used containment strategy to thwart the move of Soviet Union to spread communism to other parts of the world. On the other hand, the concept of preemption is often focused on thwarting a perceived incursion or gaining strategic advantage in a looming war. Preemptive war usually breaks the peace.... Study Process Essay Five Roles of the President Head of The president is the nation’s symbolic leader and is the ceremonial leader of the government. 2. Chief executive: The president heads the government’s executive bra...
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... Religion and Theology Among leaders in the Catholic Church (priests, nuns, bishops, etc dress plays an important rolein marking their identity. Give three examples using the film (Inside the Vatican). Why do you think it might be useful to identify someone so easily by his or her appearance? Think about what you learned from the priest at St. Pauls. In Catholic Church, the clergy among other leaders wear vestments whose significant role in their line of duties is inevitable besides serving as their identity as evident in “inside the Vatican” film (Pastoor 331). It is a custom for the clergy in this mainstream to have special attires whose resemblance is that of their Master, Jesus Christ... Religion...
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...were trying to find ways to cope with the problems that they had to face on a daily basis. Thus, over centuries one of the most nagging problems for the world was lack of food. In spite of the fact at the present moment there are also regions that experience hunger, but in the majority of the countries, especially in the developed ones, people not only have the abundance of food, but they also think about the ethical aspect of consuming it. This paper will present several principles of the Food Ethics, possible criticism for this approach... Ethics of Food The development of human civilization is largely connected to the development of technology. Indeed, from the very dawn of the society, people were...
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...Education of the of the Education Emotional First Aide Guy Winch The comments on the culture’s prioritization physical over emotional well-being are correct. Considering the education system it can be said that the psychological studies are not appreciated much as compared to any other medical related education. There is biased in the education system as well as in the real life for psychological illness or any other physical illness. 2. After acknowledging the importance of emotional hygiene it came to an understanding that students also go through these emotional pains. It is necessary that a teacher must be aware of the psychological health of his/her student. If any of the students... of the of...
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...were initially invested. Small margins of uncertainty (low risk) are linked with low possible returns. High margins of uncertainty (high risk) are connected with high potential returns. The concept of high risk, high yield is evident in investment analysis (Blessing, 2011). The tradeoff between return and risk... Capital structure and cost on capital TABLE OF CONTENTS Contents References 11 0 Capital structure The capital structure ofa firm is how the company finances its growth and overall operations by using various sources of funds. Debts to finance the activities come in the form of long-term future notes payable and bond issues. Equity to finance the activities is classified in the form of...
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...were increasing. The consequences were disastrous. Unemployment increased, bankruptcies became commonplace, and huge migrations occurred as people sought new opportunities. There were too few resources for too many people; and where there were adequate resources; they were not allocated equally. President Hoover failed to grasp the pervasive nature of the economic failings; on the contrary, rather than approaching the crisis from a structural point of view, he chose to deal only... The Great Depression and its Consequences: A Comparative Analysis The causes of the Great Depression, also known as the Black Tuesday of October 29, 1929, are beyond the scope of this paper; what will be examined more...
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...were ignored by people in everyday life. They talk about how no one in the world could be trusted anymore. Red Sammy Butts shares his experiences of mistrust about how he helped some people and gave them something on credit and never saw them again. This conversation leads to the ugly truth of the world, the presence of good and evil and the ultimate reality that no one can be trusted. The title of the story itself portrays the theme of the story that good men are hard to find this world, those who live, not for themselves, but for others. The author has tried to describe the shortcomings of the traditional meaning of good and bad... Essay, English Topic: The story, “A Good Man is hard to find”,...
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...were listening to songs as the birds sung, my only grandfather died and I was left all alone, this made me frustrated. After sometime I learnt that the reality had happened and that I had no option except accepting and taking courage. From there I have since been courageous and I obtained this value of courage, I have always stood firm and faced thing with ultimatum courage even... s Personal values Human beings grow as they learn different virtues and values in their lives. It is in their tender age that concepts of what is right or wrong for human character are formulated (Kamler 931). The origination of these values is diversified and is based on a broad perspective of kwon sources. Some of these...
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...DIFFICULTIES FACED BY SALES MANAGER Being a manager has great responsibilities. It is the basic responsibility of the manager to manage people. Sales manager is the person who posses both internal and external pressure. Internal pressure is referred as the pressure from the company and external pressure is the pressure from the customers. The journey from sales executive to sales managers offers many areas of learning about the sales tactics and how to make and close the sales. The sales manager has the responsibility to manage the sales team of the company and to make sure that the sales team is able to complete their tasks on time. Sales job is task oriented and this job needs a strong... FACED BY...
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... Rationale for people’s endeavors to give up rural life for urban life Cases of rural-urban migration have increased due to social, political and economic factors (Branigan 14). Economic factors Individuals leave their rural homes in search of employment leading to increased migrant workers in cities providing cheap labor. Most rural homes in China have adopted modern methods of farming leading to unemployment. High levels of poverty in rural areas lead to rural-urban migration in search of jobs and greener pastures. Poverty in these regions is caused by high illiteracy levels due to lack of schools and tertiary learning institutions. Political factors Lack of laws regulating rural-urban... Rationale...
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...were considered poor whole 27% of those in households with single parents were in poverty. 19% of those living... Sociology Poverty means the absence of adequately sufficient money that ensures an adequate lifestyle. There is a distinguishable difference between relative and absolute poverty. Absolute poverty is defined as a person’s minimal requirements that enable survival while relative poverty is defined as an individual’s economic condition when held in comparison to the majority of society. Absolute poverty is construed as lack of money for minimal shelter, clothing, and food, whereas relative poverty is not as easy to measure and reflects expectations and aspirations as defined culturally. Poor...
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...Analyzing Vipers’ Tangle Analyzing Vipers’ Tangle Introduction The story called Vipers’ Tangle is rated as a ic one by the mostrigorous critiques in the world because of its prominent realistic approach to human nature. It is the story about a lawyer who spent his entire life in the pursuit of wealth and treated it as a source of gratification but during last days of his life, he realized his mistake. Therefore, he suddenly turned towards his family in order to give them love and affection. Soon after this change, the old man came to a ruthless conclusion that nobody is expecting love from him because he spent his entire life attempting to fulfill his worldly wishes. However, at the end... Vipers’...
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... Fallacy Distillation of the argument The prompt on the gun argument asserts that possessing a gun is vital to keep oneself safe. The insecurity has increased in the past making people queue for guns licensing in the US. Similarly, a number of people have felt threatened on many occasions, making them look for ways of protecting themselves. For instance, the prompt argues that guns should be used in cases when the government fails to respond in time and when the life of an individual is in danger (Rick 14). The prompt believes that owning guns is the only way individuals can ensure they are secured. Further to this, the prompt gives other fallacious statements of the reasons why individual... Fallacy...
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... Apple Inc Balance and Income ments (For the year ended September 28, Cash and Cash Equivalent Apple Inc recorded a cash and cash equivalent value of $14,259 million as at September 28, 2013. This Value of cash and cash equivalent as at September 28, 2013 represents 6.9 per cent of the total asset value as at that date. The company realized an increase in cash and cash equivalent amounting to $3513 million for the financial year ended September 28, 2013. Accrued Expenses The accumulated amount of expenses incurred by Apple Inc as at September 28, 2013 was $ 13,856 million. The value of accrued expenses during that financial year was 6.7 per cent of the total liabilities payable... Apple Inc Balance and ...
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... Obama as a hero A hero in the society is a person whose actions tend to be admired by people. Actually, people have different definitions of the word ‘hero’ though all revolve around the admiration. There are very many heroes in the contemporary world though from different fields or platforms. According to the survey carried out in the last five years, people tend to have different definitions of a hero. This depends on the qualities of a person that satisfy an individual or a group of people. For instance, one may be a hero in the political arena, sporting activities or academics. Many people believe that a hero is a person with extraordinary skills that tend to be slightly higher than... Obama as a...
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...Article summary Black James ed the article, ‘what is your product saying to consumers? Rethinking the role of the package in communications,’ which AdAge published on January 18, 2011. The author discusses the role of packaging, which covers scopes of product and branding, in influencing consumer decisions. The author argues that packaging has two major features that people often assume. It is visible, totally, to consumers, unlike brand, because access to a product guarantees access to its package while brand depends on other factors such as accessibility to influential forums. Package is also important because of the exclusive control that the product storeowner has over it. Unlike brand... summary...
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...were massacred, hence terming the whole theory a weak critique. Though, its not clear whether the Aryans found natives in the region, no invasion evidence exists either. Moreover, the invasion theory was meant to protect colonizers. Question 2 Culture and social setups differ and may sometimes irritate. Public relations advocate for understanding and accommodating every person’s culture in order to coexist. However, the understanding ought to be two-way, otherwise one party will be humiliated. Non- western cultures are complicated. To me Japanese culture irritates. Though the shame culture has build their reputation, consulting before their tribesmen before making...
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...were little, and does it seem that in some ways you are still the same? Or are you very different from when you were... Psychology Studies have shown that violence on TV creates "disinhibition". What do you think about this? Have you experienced disinhibition within yourself? Around you? When you see violence on TV or in a movie, what do you think about it? Do you enjoy it, does it ever make you uncomfortable? Please discuss your thoughts about violence in the media. I believe that violence on TV creates disinhibition among individuals. According to Leonard Berkowitz people are naturally aggressive but they repress this (Chandler ,par 23). Berkowitz goes on further to say that violence on TV weakens a...
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... The United s Presidential election Politics is one area in the world that affects nations both socially and economically. It is an activity that affects how people make, amend and preserve rules and regulation that govern their lives. It creates conflict and diversity on one hand and the willingness to work together on the other hand. This paper will discuss the politics in the United States and specifically focuses on the presidential election that will be carried out on 6th November 2012. This is an international event currently since the United States lays economic pillars for many nations by virtue of being a Super power. It therefore draws interests from individuals both locally... The United s...
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...US Intervention into other Countries’ Internal Affairs Part The concept of intervention of a country into another country to sustain its economic and political interest has sparked spirited debates with opposing forces building varied arguments. Although no country has express legal authority to intervene into the internal affairs of another country, it is worth noting that a country, for example, US may find it necessary to intervene (Lahneman, 2004). Therefore, NATOs provisions warrant the US to wage an interventionist war against a given country (Lahneman, 2004). Where it is evident that a country is brutally abusing the rights of its citizens, the US may under the international law, move...
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...? Analyzing Vipers’ Tangle Analyzing Vipers’ Tangle Introduction The story called Vipers’ Tangle is rated as a ic one by the most rigorous critiques in the world because of its prominent realistic approach to human nature. It is the story about a lawyer who spent his entire life in the pursuit of wealth and treated it as a source of gratification but during last days of his life, he realized his mistake. Therefore, he suddenly turned towards his family in order to give them love and affection. Soon after this change, the old man came to a ruthless conclusion that nobody is expecting love from him because he spent his entire life attempting to fulfill his worldly wishes. However, at the end... Analyzing...
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... Should social security be overhauled, reformed or terminated? What policies do you feel are important in evaluating this? Explain and support you reasoning for selecting the particular policy issues. Social security should be reformed. It should not be terminated because social security serves as a safety net for any financial contingencies in the present as well as in the future (i.e. retirement). The reason it should be reformed is because it now faces a “projected long term funding gap” (Aaron, 2011 pg. 386). If no reform will be instituted, it is projected that the social security will have to cut its benefits by 24 percent in 2037 just to keep itself afloat (Aaron, 2011... Should social...
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