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...balcony on fifteenth floor. B My house has one big bedroom and two small bedrooms. The house has also a small kitchen which is adjacent to a small dining area in living room. Apart from having large shelves for keeping books, the house has also large hanging wardrobes. It has also a small toilet and a large complete bathroom. The balcony and the corridor of the house are also small. C My household constitute of seven members; father, mother, I, my younger brother, a younger brother to my brother, my younger sister, and my youngest sister. D The walking path to my residence is clear of any biological or physical... Home Safety Assessment Home Safety Assessment A I live in 3 bedroom apartment with a...
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The art aspect of (Al-Rowshan)
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...balcony refers to a platform projecting from the wall of a building held up by columns or console brackets, and surrounded with a balustrade. Balconies have played a significant role as attractive, yet practical architectural features on buildings throughout the world over the centuries. Earliest balconies are believed to date back to over 2000 years to Ancient Greece when they most probably addressed solely functional requirements like to increase circulation of air in hot climates so as to improve natural light to a building’s interior1. An Al-Rowshan is an essential section of a building’s frontage hence, its designs is vital... ? The Art Aspect of Al-Rowshan Introduction Al-Rowshan also known as...
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Analysis of Neoclassical and Romantic Art
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...balcony”, 1805-1812 The picture of Benjamin West belongs to a Neoclassical Period. American painting of the XVIII century was strongly influenced by the British Art. Many artists were not familiar with European painting until they took a trip to Europe... Professor Name Institution, course number Date Neoclassical and Romantic Art Each art work reveals the spirit of a certain epoch. This paper is dedicated to Neoclassical and Romantic Art. The aim of this work is to compare the pictures of Benjamin West and Francisco Goya, revealing the peculiarities of their styles. Benjamin West, “Portrait of Colonel Guy Johnson”, 1738 Francisco Goya, “Majas on a balc...
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Strangers, babies (Theater Class)
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...balcony. There is an injured bird and May seems concerned and willing to help it, as shown when she states that things can stay alive although they are injured. The presence of birds in the perceived balcony is indicated by high-pitched chirping sounds, which can be heard throughout this first scene. However, it is peculiar that although May is adamant about helping the bird, she is still reluctant to get involved. This serves to show that the protagonist is obsessive but distant at the same time. Dan looks at the balcony and occasionally at May... College: Strangers, Babies Introduction “Strangers, Babies,” a play written by Linda McLean and directed by Jon Tracy, gives a detailed account of a woman’s...
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SLS Beverly Hill Specials package
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...Balcony Suites charge $489, instead of the $809 regular charge. On the other hand, the Signature Suites can be booked for $570, which is a significant reduction from the usual $809 (SLS Hotels, 2015). Date Night – From $459 In the backdrop of the delicacies prepared by the redoubtable José Andrés, one can relax for the evening at the Bazaar. This can be done at the Luxurious Accommodations, and this provides the customer with a $200 credit at the Bazaar. The rates for this adventure commence at $459, and its value is $689. This service is available from Sunday to Wednesday, and is valid up to 31 December 2015 (SLS Hotels... Specials Package at the SLS Hotel Beverly Hills The SLS Hotel Beverly Hills one...
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Portrait of Leonilla Princess of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn
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...balcony overlooking lush tropical scenery. Her unassailable social strata made it possible for Winterhalter to utilize such a carnal pose for a large portrait. Recognized for her glowing beauty and intellect, Leonilla is resplendent in a frill dress of ivory silk with a pink sash on her midriff. A deep purple veil folds around her and spreads across her hands. Under the precisely arched eyebrows, her eyes stare at the spectator while she artfully plays with the big pearls on her neck... Portrait of Leonilla, Princess of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn Affiliated: Portrait of Leonilla, Princess of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn The Portrait of Leonilla, Princess of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn, is the artistic work of Franz Xa...
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Between the cultures
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...balcony. One of my friends went into the balcony and dropped the key for him and he came upstairs. As he walked into the apartment, we heard a very loud sound. Someone was knocking the main door of the building very hard. We all went together downstairs to see who was behind that. When we opened the door, we saw an angry man with long bread, who introduced himself as our neighbor, who... ?Between the Cultures It was 9 pm, and we didn’t have anything in our house for dinner barring a can of tuna fish. I decided to go to the nearest grocery store in the main street to buy bread. After ten minutes of walk, I arrived at the grocery store, but to my utter dismay it was shut. I was very tired and hungry at the ...
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Skip navigation links BFS 3440-07B BUILDING CONSTRUCTION FOR FIRE PROTECTION (BFS3440-07B)
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...balcony, tier or other occupied space (Sharry, 1978) In any preplanning of a building, it is important to take into consideration the nature of each occupancy load of each floor. Given that the first floor will be used for retail, the second and third for office space, and the fourth and fifth for apartments, the live loads for each floor starting from the first floor... Live load, properly defined, is the weight superimposed by the use and occupancy of any building not including the wind load, earthquake load, or dead load. In contrast to dead load, live load is the probabilistic factor that accounts for occupancy load which then gives the limit or the capacity of any means of egress for any floor,...
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Thorncrown Chapel
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...Balcony Press, 2003. Print.... College: Thorncrown Chapel Architectural Hermeneutics Thorncrown chapel is situated on the slopes of Ozark Mountains, west of Eureka Springs, and only a few kilometers from U.S. Highway 62. This magnificent architectural work was designed by E. Fay Jones in the late 1970s and opened for service in 1980 (Berger et al 117-121). Since then it has repeatedly been acknowledged as an outstanding architectural piece in the modern day. The glass walls, flagstone floor, and wild wood make the building the perfect structure in a forest setting but different from the sacred designs of catholic cathedral, hence the need to identify the architectural hermeneutics in Jones designs....
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The Films of Alfred Hitchcock
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...balcony in the apartment scenes. Initially, the balcony provides a view for which back-projected picture-postcard of exotic romance; subsequently, it virtually disappears, dissolves, as we draw towards, gets absorbed in the lovers. In other words, Hitchcock depicts that it is a private space, a place for intimacy (Brandt 13). Later, the balcony is represented as cold and dark as well as airy. It mirrors the mismatches and distances between the characters as they squabble... House Serving as an Evocative Space of Representation in Hitchcock’s Films Alfred Hitchcock’s formal style of production has been identified as simply a series of set pieces that are linked together by the plot. He set his films in a ...
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Portrait of Leonilla Princess of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn
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...balcony overlooking lush tropical scenery. Her unassailable social strata made it possible for Winterhalter to utilize such a carnal pose for a large portrait. Recognized for her glowing beauty and intellect, Leonilla is resplendent in a frill dress of ivory silk with a pink sash on her midriff. A deep purple veil folds around her and spreads across her hands. Under the precisely arched eyebrows, her eyes stare at the spectator while she artfully plays with the big pearls on her neck... Portrait of Leonilla, Princess of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn Affiliated: Portrait of Leonilla, Princess of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn The Portrait of Leonilla, Princess of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn, is the artistic work of Franz Xa...
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Choosing Wrong-The Twilight Saga-Eclipse
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...balcony outside the kitchen. This helps to provide a certain amount of warmth to the scene and also gives a homely aspect. The fact that the conversation is taking place in such a setting helps the audience to understand the intensity of the conversation between the two women in the movie; one can easily comprehend that this conversation contains importance and is talked out in a civil manner. Not much of the kitchen or the balcony area is shown but it helps to tell a great deal about the characters and their outlook towards each other and assures the audience of a solution or thought process emerging out of the conversation between Bella and Rosalie. This setting thus helps... ? Choosing Wrong – The...
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Romeo and Juliet by Franco Zeffirelli
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...balcony scene was filmed. I remember Hussey and Whiting... “Romeo and Juliet” by Franco Zeffirelli Movie review Romeo and Juliet… these two heroes have always aroused tender and strong feelings with both men and women. Maybe – and we can’t know that for sure- William Shakespeare was not a founder of this topic and his interpretation is quite plain but it makes us thrill. Later this topic was reflected in the creations of many great personalities, but the first impressions brought to us by the great dramatist can’t be outbidden. I can’t but say that I am really surprised that many famous plays by Shakespeare have so few screen versions. Speaking about “Romeo and Juliet” I should admit that there are many ...
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Trece a way or ways the snow works through association, metaphor, symbol or other figure in James The Dead
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...balcony yet there is no marriage. The author has also managed to use symbolism in this story. The song let me die like a soldier fall acts a symbol of mortality while the lyrics are serving as an ironic contrast... The Dead by Joyce James The of this story Joyce James has been able to use different writing styles in this story to make it more interesting. The 1914cshort story of the Dubliners focuses on various writing styles such as personification, irony, repetition, use of music and other characteristics. The author has been able to use music ironically to characterize Aunt Julia. The character compares Aunt Julia to Maria. There are some similarities in the two songs sung by Aunt Julia and Maria. ...
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Asset Management Discussion Post 8
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...balcony collapses during a house party causing injury. Individuals will opt for umbrella insurances as a result of such instances or because they have a pool or property that may cause harm to someone and fear the consequences that will result from the harm or damage. References Breuer, M. (2005). Multiple losses, ex ante moral hazard, and the implications for umbrella policies. Journal of Risk and Insurance, 72... Asset Management Discussion Post 8 Lecturer An Umbrella insurance is considered as an extra liability insurance that plays a role in protecting an individual from major claims, as well as lawsuits. This way, it provides protection against an individual’s assets and their future. The net worth...
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Romeo and Juliet
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...balcony where citizens of Verona were waiting to get a glimpse of the couple. The couple had their first kiss in public, then waived to the crowds. They walked hand in hand into the chapel again. Lord Capulet had held a dinner party attended by everyone who is anyone in Verona. The dinner was followed by dance where Paris and Juliet had their first dance as a couple. The day in great style as it had begun.... Paris and Juliet’s Royal Wedding The most awaited and talked about wedding of the year is finally over and lived up to all the joy and hype created. Paris and Juliet are now bound in the wedlock for their lives. The city of Verona itself was decorated beautifully by the Capulet family and the city...
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Visual Analysis Assessment
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...balcony is visible from behind Mr. and Mrs. Clarke. Beyond the balcony is a house and the top branches of trees are visible creating the idea that the couple were painted on the first or second floor (Hockney, 2001). There is a painting on the wall behind Mrs. Clark. The details of the painting are not very clear but one can see buildings with water on the foreground. The three-dimensional aspect of the painting creates a perspective that creates... Visual Analysis Assessment Lecturer Visual Analysis Assessment Mr. and Mrs. Clark and Percy by David Hockney were painted between 1970 and 1971. The work was done on an acrylic on canvas. It measures 2170 x 3084mm in its frame. The painting is currently in...
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Narrative Essay
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...balcony door, I watched the rain get whipped away by the wind before it had... Narrative essay: The Storm The day started out as clear and pretty as any day could expect to be. Allmorning, the sun was shining and the temperature hovered around the balmy mid-70s. I didn’t even suspect there was bad weather in our forecast. I was happily sorting through some email when suddenly I noticed that the room had grown dark. This was odd because it was the middle of the day. When I looked out my window, I saw the sky had filled with varying shades of dark clouds and the trees were being tossed around in some form of strong wind. With the next click of the mouse, I discovered my internet service was gone. As ...
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A creative love story
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...balcony, and of course it reminds you the shot from the eternal love story, “Romeo and Juliet” and our love story indeed took a start in the same... Creative Love Story ‘It’s a Love Story, Baby Just Say Yes’. I was only sixteen and he was nineteen when we first met on summer evening. I still remember the day and perhaps the picture of that sunny day won’t ever fade from the canvas of my mind. The day I met my prince charming, the day I first got the glimpse of my Romeo. And amid all these epilogue and epiphany, I just forgot to tell you my name. Hello! I am Scarlet and yes, of course your very own and imaginative, cupid stricken Juliet of this love story. On a late summer afternoon, I was standing on my b...
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Intro Theater
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...balcony scene and this scene is arguably the best theatrical scene in English Theatre. Romeo and Juliet was first published in 1597 and is Shakespeare’s eleventh play. Most of the action... Romeo and Juliet Order no. 441726 May’10 Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is one of the great tragedies ever written and probably the best known work of literature in the world. Several movies have been made based on this book. The theme of the book is classic. It is about two star-crossed young lovers belonging to different backgrounds meeting and falling in love. Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet are the two lovers in this play. This tragic drama is best remembered for the famous...
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Renaissance and Baroque Periods
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...balcony and two other windows. The interesting point is the fact that he used the same points to draw pillars and what looks like a balcony in Portrait of Bartolomeo Panciatichi. 1540. The material used in this painting was tempera on wood which was a mixture of pigment with egg yolk. In these three paintings, other parallels can be drawn. They are all holding books. The two... ? How the techniques of Mannerism bridged the Renaissance and Baroque Periods of Art Renaissance ism needed a transition point to go from mythological portraits to Baroque realism. The beginning of the Renaissance was the opening of the doors from the middle ages. A discussion will be made into why the early renaissance lead to...
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The artistic relationship between Edgar Degas and Mary Cassatt
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...balcony watching dancers perform. This painting exhibits an exceptional proficiency possessed by the artist. The painting manifests three levels... ? THE ARTISTIC RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EDGAR DEGAS AND MARY CASSATT The Artistic Relationship between Edgar Degas and Mary Cassatt Introduction Edgar Degas and Mary Cassatt are renowned artists for having designed sensational pieces of arts especially sculptures and paintings. The artists are renowned of painting on the common themes of the society. Edgar Degas based most of his paintings on dance and nudity of women. Even though Edgar Degas is referred to as an impressionist, he considers himself a realist even though his works fits both the categories1....
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Classical and renassance
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...balcony and two other windows. The interesting point is the fact that he used the same points to draw pillars and what looks like a balcony in Portrait of Bartolomeo Panciatichi. 1540. The material used in this painting was tempera on wood which was a mixture of pigment with egg yolk. In these three paintings, other parallels can be drawn. They are all holding... How the techniques of Mannerism bridged the Renaissance and Baroque Periods of Art Renaissance ism needed a transition point to go from mythological portraits to Baroque realism. The beginning of the Renaissance was the opening of the doors from the middle ages. A discussion will be made into why the early renaissance lead to the Mannerism...
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To Kill A Mocking Bird
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...balcony with their housekeeper and become witness to the injustice that is meted out to the innocent... To kill a mocking bird’ by Lee Harper is distinct in its projection of social issues that fester society and dissipate human values for the vested interests of few. It had won Pulitzer Prize for its brilliant portrayal of many areas of human interaction like parenting, class division, gender bias, racism etc. Harper has sensitively explored the various issues through the characters of children and Atticus, the lawyer who fights for the rights of colored people when racial prejudice was rampant in American society. The book highlights the social differences and promotes the need to inculcate human...
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The gamble house
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...Balcony, 2008. Print.... The Gamble House Introduction The Gamble House, also known as David Gamble House, is one of the America’s largestNational Historic landmarks, a museum in Pasadena, California and a California Historic landmark. Two architect brothers, Henry Mather Greene and Charles Sumner Greener Greene, and their Greene architectural firm designed the Gamble House. However, David B. Gamble, an architect, did Gamble House construction from the Protect and Gamble Company. This paper, therefore, primarily describes the architectural design, origin, purpose and the overall historical content of the Museum and landmark structure of Gamble House located in Pasadena. Origin of Gamble House Initially,...
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Thematic Function Style in Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window
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...balcony, a newly-married couple engaged in an intimate embrace that keeps pulling down the blinds, a pianist who is trying to woo women with his music, a spinster who is looking for love in the oddest of ways... ?Thematic Function of Style in Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window Central Theme Alfred Hitchcock’s film the Rear Window is a creative master-piece. The central theme of the paper is to identify the elements of voyeurism in the film and to determine the favorable consequences of such behavior in Hitchcock’s Rear Window. The concept presents itself at various levels throughout the film. The paper evaluates how Jeffries gets stimulated by observing the intimate lives of his neighbors and eventually...
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...balcony and two other windows. The interesting point is the fact that he used the same points to draw pillars and what looks like a balcony in Portrait of Bartolomeo Panciatichi. 1540. The material used in this painting was tempera on wood which was a mixture of pigment with egg yolk. In these three paintings, other parallels can be drawn. They are all holding books. The two young boys have marble skin and exquisite black clothes showing the richness of their families. third dimensional background for three other paintings. Their eyes are not looking in the same direction. This artist was chosen of the Italian Renaissance as a portrait artist who could not paint exact likeness because he had...
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Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare
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...balcony, then to Friar Lawrence’s cell and finally the play ends in the vault where the Capulet family and the Montague family have come to mourn their dead children. The play is spread over five days. The Prologue in the play establishes that the play will be a tragedy and that Romeo of the Montague family and Juliet of the Capulet family, belonging to two feuding families, will love and die in the course of the play. The play begins with a fight between the servants of two prestigious families, the Capulets and the Montagues, of Verona, Italy. These two families have been locked in a feud for quite some time now. Sampson and Gregory, the servants of the...
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Choose a love song, and create a story based on the love song. it cannot be a love song which already had a love story behind it known by lots of people, Such as Titanic
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...balcony when she heard the puppy’s soft bark. She saw Ryan on her own terrace garden. She rushed up delighted “How did you sneak in?” “Quiet my princess. You father will know I am here if you talk so loud”. He kept going on and on, about his family, country and how fled here under dangerous circumstances. His once wealthy family was now completely broken and Ryan had quit studies to support them. Mimi was too flabbergasted... Prince and the Princess” Mimi Still remembered the exact day she met him. She entered the humble house of her new mate. A fluffy puppy came outof the blue and bounced directly on her. Startled, Mimi lost her balance and dropped her notebook into the pit of rain water. The puppy...
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Production Notes Project - For a Theatre Class
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...balcony like projection right in the middle. These stairs can be used during the ballroom scene for all the guests to pour in and some may even stand on them or dance trying to show a full house, as well as for the main love scene between Romeo and Juliet. If the budget is a little more, one can even go for a huge white screen as the background with a projector playing videos of the natural environment which can be shown outside a palatial home or room like structure. This area can... 15 June Assignment As the director, I would like to choose the play Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare and provide it with my own spin through my interpretation in order to give something new to the audience. With...
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Racial and cultural difference
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...balcony with their housekeeper in the court of law while their father fights the case of black youth, Tim Robinson, who is falsely accused of raping a white woman. Atticus tells his children that ‘..as you grow older, youll see white men cheat black men … and dont you forget it- no matter who he is, how rich he is, or how fine a family he comes from, that white man is trash’ (Atticus , 233). The Finch family emphatically exposed the duplicity in man’s nature and shows that people must treated fairly across race, color... There have been many reasons for the migration of people from one region of the world to another. Initially, trading and bringing slaves from Africa to another parts of the world was an ...
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Explain Washington landlord tenant law
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...balcony, oversized closets, ready cable, and a fireplace. Furthermore, the lease comes along with other special community features. This includes high speed internet access, emergency maintenance, public transportation, and a pet friendly zone. The tenant also has access to a number of amenities available to the community including: a tennis court, swimming pool, a playground, hot tub, clubhouse, fitness center, and laundry facility. It is vital to note that the apartments allow for disability access. Pets are accepted... Leasing a House in Washington I am currently renting a one bedroomed apartment in Tacoma that costs $815 per month, and it is called Brookstone Apartment Homes. The apartment has a...
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Answering two questions
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...balcony. In my opinion, Officers were therefore expected to judge the situation and stop the use of excessive force, but they went a head to apply force on a victim who had already surrendered. In the end, officers were charged with assault for going against the rule of law and some... Question Arbitration refers to a process where two disputing parties involve in a third party to listen to their different point of views and issues out a final solution to the impeding conflict without bias or preference. On the contrary, mediation refers to when two or more disputing parties can not reach an agreement therefore seek the services of a mediator to help them explore possible avenues and discuss the...
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Critical review of an exhibition
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...balcony with the Seine River view or a French provincial tableaux. With the two installations, Sigurdardottir, must have several motivations. I am sure, one of them is to present a contrasting representation of a period that can be both complementing and conflicting at the same time. If this is the case, the attempt is quite effective. A visitor would certainly feel it - from the manner the presentations were staged to the details found in every nook and cranny each of the rooms.... of Katrin Sigurdardottir's Boiseries It appears that today, aesthetics is more of a holistic experience involving more of the senses instead of exclusively the visual. Technology is crucial in this regard. In the movies,...
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Narrative essay
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...balcony, this discomfited child of the modern consumer lifestyle has become a hesitant observed in a transitional society where the fading of traditional norms prevents his... Ernest Hemingway admitted that the Soldier’s Home is the best short story that he ever wrote. The story does become more prominent than the other short story in the collection In Our Time because its main character who is an American soldier in the First World War, is not, as readers might have anticipated, Nick Adams, but the unusually named Harold Krebs. Because it is Hemingway’s single narrative about a war veteran’s homecoming and a story that depicts a conflicted relationship between mother and son, Soldier’s Home has been a...
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Leisure travel and tourism
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...balconies. It is also known as verandas. This cabin is large and spacious. And most important part is the ocean view. The most pleasant part is enjoying morning sunrise by sitting in the balcony... Question During the time of economic downturn, several efforts have been implemented by San Francisco government to build and restore economic opportunity for future. Cruising has become a pivotal opportunity for San Francisco to increase the revenue. According to recent Economic Impact study, $31 million revenue is generated annually from cruise industry. Cruise is the growing sectorwhich has the capacity of doubling the rate of tourism in the port of San Francisco. Question 2 The unique blend of art and h...
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The Dome of St. Peter's Basilica
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...balcony of the doom, has been another great architectural view and it is important part of the doom as it is used for the announcement of the new pope with ‘Habemus Papum’ and his Urbi et Orbi blessing. In the relief under the balcony, there is the depiction of Christ giving the keys to St. Peter which was created by Buonvicino. On the whole, the design of dome of St. Peter’s Basilica has a great relevance to any analysis of architectural masterpieces in the history of man. In conclusion, the dome of St. Peter’s Basilica has been a magnificent construction which has great historical and architectural value and it illustrates the magnificence of the great... The Dome of "St. Peters Basilica" St. Peter’s...
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Romeo & Juliet at daggers drawn
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...balcony and calls her to come outside... Romeo & Juliet Romeo & Juliet is perhaps one of Shakespeares most famous tragedies. The play presents a love story that has anything but a happy ending but in its tragic consequence, the play signifies the very essence of romance as it has always existed and exists in the present time. The story starts off with the depiction of a fight in the streets of Verona. The audience finds that two characters are at daggers drawn against each other; they belong to the Montague’s and the Capulet’s. The two families are shown to have been sworn enemies for a long time. The fight is brought to a stop by the prince of Verona (Shakespeare). The Prince of Verona, tired of the co...
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Production Notes Project - For a Theatre Class
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...balcony like projection right in the middle. These stairs can be used during the ballroom scene for all the guests to pour in and some may even stand on them or dance trying to show a full house, as well as for the main love scene between Romeo and Juliet. If the budget is a little more, one can even go for a huge white screen as the background with a projector playing videos of the natural environment which can be shown outside a palatial home or room like structure. This area can be of use... 15 June Assignment As the director, I would like to choose the play Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare and provide it with my own spin through my interpretation in order to give something new to the...
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Architecture
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...balconies. One meeting room is cantilevered, and facing the atrium... ?Introduction – Part A Wiel Arets is the architect behind the Library in Utrecht. Slessor (2000) s that Arets is part of a young generation of Dutch architects, who are in search of different ways to think about buildings and architectural design. Arets works with geometrics and materiality which is unadorned. The reason for this, according to Slessor (2000) is that detail, which might be distracting or superfluous, is generally stripped from his designs. In this way, there is a relationship between his designs and nature, achieved by dramatizing light and framing towards the outdoors. The Tama Art University Library was designed by...
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Explain the different rules and approaches taken by judges when interpreting an Act of Parliament, giving examples from case law, and critically analyse their advantages and disadvantages
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...balcony of their house. The argument was that, the balcony was not part of what had been described in the piece of law. It was, equally... How courts interpret Statutes Introduction One of the most fundamental duties of judges is to make interpretation of the law. This, they do by interpreting different kinds of laws especially statutes. Statutes form part of the laws, and like other pieces of law, judges are supposed to interpret them. The focus of this paper is to analyse different rules and approaches that are used while interpretation Acts of parliament. In this regard, the paper will highlight different rules used as well as the advantages and disadvantage of those approaches. The paper will...
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Managing Processes Through Lean Six Sigma And Cost Estimating Methods
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...balcony. To prevent a muddiness within the sound, the depth under the balcony should not exceed the height of the opening beneath the balcony” (Kowalski, 2008). *No absolute conclusion has yet to be fully decided upon. Section 4: Body The Key Principles of Lean Six Sigma The Key Principles of Lean Six Sigma (as Posted by DF. HYPERLINK "http://www.businessknowledgesource.com/technology/what_are_the_benefits_of_using_micros_systems_023862.html" "Benefits of using MICROS Systems" Business Knowledge Source. Web. 8.21.2011): These are the key principles of Lean Six Sigma, in the fewest possible words, to maintain focus through until completion:...
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William Shakespeare
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...balcony of Juliet to exchange love vows and further decides to get married to his lady of love. ii)Form of the story This play is classic one written by William Shakespeare and unlike his other prologues it starts with a sonnet. As per (Elizabeth) “Three main sonnet forms have been in use since the Renaissance: the Italian or Petrarchan sonnet, the English or Shakespearean sonnet, and the Spenserian sonnet. Each is named for a poet who made the form famous... ?Topic:  William Shakespeare Part I Shakespeare is an English who lived in England during 16th century He has been acknowledged to be the greatest writer and dramatist history has ever seen. The birthday of Shakespeare is unknown to the world; still ...
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Ocimum Basilicum Laboratory Report
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...balcony. This ensured that they had the same amount of sunlight. The height of the plants was measured after every seventh day of the fourteen experiment period. A control set of experiment was also set, exposed to the same environmental condition but of water. Their heights were also measured and compared with originals. The purpose of the study was to determine whether different soils minerals contributed to growth of basil plants. The experiment hypothesized that typical potting soil will outperform black soil and sand soil by increasing the growth speed of the Ocimum basilicum by at least 20%. Materials and Methods Acquirement... ? Laboratory Report Ocimum basilicum is a tropical plant that is widely ...
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Constitutional Law Research Paper (Mock Case Study aka Memorandum of the Law)
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...balcony, in the street. Based on the assured suspicion from the people in the community, Tom had enough will to find out what Sam was upto. Tom hoped to find enough evidence to incriminate Sam, who has been known to have a history of child molestation behavior. The other reason Sam had lied in the affidavit... Memorandum of Law Introduction This memorandum of law is presented in assistance of the prosecution against Sam Mark, and in supportof earlier trial against Sam for child molestation. The protocol is aimed at invoking the law to take its due course against Sam Mark. The latest evidence followed an invalid warrant because the search was reasonable within the fourth amendment exception of search in...
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Architecture & Construction. Project evaluation & Design. Initial proposals, Design Briefs and Feasibility studies
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...balconies. The main balcony will be facing northeast, and the second balcony will be northwest and will accessible via the main and second bedroom... Architecture & Construction Assignment 26th February OUTLINE I The Purpose II The Fitness For Purpose II Content & Quality Expectations A. Content B. Quality Expectations IV Risks involved, and mitigation V The feasibility study VI Potential environmental impact of a development VII The role of the local planning authority Reference List THE PURPOSE The object of this report is to conduct adequate due diligence development of a plot in town and rural areas for a client. Our decision was based on planning controls and land use themes and also indust...
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Research a hospitality facility development or refurbishment of your choice
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...balcony of the hotel, a part of the building which was closed in 1910, was re-opened to maximize the hotel space and to design more rooms (cited in Harmer, 2010). It was realized that the balcony was in a horrible state and would... ?The Lavish Savoy Hotel: Luxury for Londoners and Travelers Introduction The Hotel Savoy still stands erect in London after 122 years of trials and triumphs. In this current century, people do not only stay in hotels for just mere accommodation but also for luxury and great hotel service. With all the hotels mushrooming throughout the London metropolis, Hotel Savoy successfully maintained its reputation as London’s premier luxury hotel. The secret is the constant update with...
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An inportant Miami building
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...balcony above two windows of the ground floor and it is supported by pillars while the west entrance also has a balcony... Coral Gables hall: Introduction: This paper focuses on one of the most important building in Miami. The paper discusses the architectural characteristic of the Coral Gables City Hall. This structure was built in 1928 following the collapse of structures in the 1926 hurricane, it was built at a period when the city was experiencing a financial crisis and construction was financed by issuing bonds. The total construction costs amounted to over $200 thousand and only two major internal modifications and renovations have been undertaken. The structure is considered to be George Merrick vi...
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Tales from Shakespeare
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...balcony while Borachio is on the ground, they do not even have the chance to touch each other. However, in the original play, they are both in the balcony and Claudio together with Don John and Don Pedro are able to witness their sexual encounter. They are seen making love to each other. This sensitive scene may have been excluded by the Lambs because the intended... Lamb's Much Ado About Nothing: Presentation, Preservation and Purpose Charles and Mary Lamb's version of William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing is slightly different from that of the original. There are some elements that are retained to give the readers a "feel" of the true Shakespearean story and language. On the other hand, certain ...
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Creative Writing, write a complete story
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...balcony, unnoticed. Shoving aside the soundproof, sliding door she stumbled on to the ice-cool railing. Leaning over on her stomach, she let go of her body, hanging like a mannequin across the railing, against the strong draught. She breathed in deeply and just lay there, unmoving for a few minutes. The biting cold wind cooled her frayed nerves... The Party Nonita settled herself on the couch more comfortably, sinking into the welcome oblivion behind the lamp-shade. From her almost invisible position in the corner, she could observe the entire room. All the elated, half-intoxicated people bathed in that soft light. She smiled to herself; a warmth of gladness sweeping over her at finally finding some...
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