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Electoral capture
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...Capture Introduction Electoral capture as used by Frymer describes the status of black Americans during the national electoral process. It refers to the mechanisms used by opposition party leaders to win the black leaders and voters even though these leaders fail to make the most obvious political appeals to the blacks. According to Frymer’s electoral capture theory, competition between the two party systems in the U.S requires that at least one of them should engage the least represented minorities by the opponent party. As a result, they mobilize such minorities to participate in electoral politics as well as getting awareness on important policy issues. The leaders educate and appeal... Electoral...
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Carbon Capture and Storage
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...Capture and Storage (CCS)-Environmental Health and Pollution Research aims A systematic and holistic approach to solving Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) risk assessment, management, communication and mitigation has been wholly or partially absent in the currently available literature on the subject. Therefore this study would seek to focus attention on related and human health aspects of CCS risk associated with its determination, assessment, management and communication processes in a multivariate dynamic setting where process related control technologies, impacts on humans and environment, regulatory frameworks, agreements/disagreements between insurers and developers... PhD Research Proposal Carbon...
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Policy making in carbon capture and storage
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...capturing carbon dioxide from the emissions sources. The captured energy is then stored in the geological repositories. This is viewed as Carbon Captured and Storage (CCS). CCS is very attractive because it has the capabilities of enabling the biggest global economies to utilize... Strategies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions to address climate change are grouped into three broad areas. First, involves minimizing carbon dioxideemissions by lowering energy consumption. This is by investing in social adaptations that use low energy, like energy efficient automobiles. Two, involves expanding non-fossil energy sources processes, like wind, nuclear power, geothermal, and biomass. The third approach entails...
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Using adsorbing process to capture CO2
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...Capture and Storage of Carbon Dioxide The onset of the Industrial Revolution resulted in the increased demand for electricity to power factories and industry. Increased spending capacity of affluent nations also increased the wants and needs of their citizens, leading to more industries (Vitousek, Mooney, Lubchenko, & Melillo, 1997). Power generation entails the burning of fossil fuels, producing a mixture of gases including carbon dioxide (CO2) in the process. CO2 is a greenhouse gas, and the rise in atmospheric CO2 concentration contributes significantly to the increase in global temperatures (Prentice, et al., 2001). International and domestic policies... and legislation require...
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Screen Capture: Quick time and Jing
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...Capture: Quick Time and Jing I. Whatare Quick Time and Jing? Quick Time and Jing are multimedia software that can be used to do things with digital sound, video, pictures and images. They can be used to add interactivity to these areas as well, thereby customizing one’s presentation. Quick Time was developed by Apple, Inc. back in December 1991, (www.apple.com/quicktime) while Jing has been developed by Tech Smith Corporation in 2007. Quick Time 7, Quick Time Pro and Quick Time X are the 3 versions in vogue today. Jing Pro is a paid version launched since 2009. II. How Can We Use Them in the Classroom? With Quick Time... of the of the Computer Sciences and Information Technology   Submitted Screen...
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The Capture of Osama Bin Laden
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...capture of Osama bin Laden Introduction Osama bin laden was a son to Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden. He was born in10th march, 1957 in Riyadh Saudi Arabia. His father was a wealthy construction businessperson who had connections with the Saudi Arabia royal family. His father divorced his mother when he was still young and Osama bin Laden left to live with his new family where his mother got married. Osama bin laden was a jihadist Muslim who devoted his time and resources to safeguarding the interests of the Muslims. He married his first wife Najwa Ghanem in the year 1974 when he was seventeen years old but he later divorced her. Osama was a polygamist who is believed to have...
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The capture of osama bin laden
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...capture of Osama bin Laden Introduction Osama bin laden was a son to Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden. He was born in 10th march, 1957 in Riyadh Saudi Arabia. His father was a wealthy construction businessperson who had connections with the Saudi Arabia royal family. His father divorced his mother when he was still young and Osama bin Laden left to live with his new family where his mother got married. Osama bin laden was a jihadist Muslim who devoted his time and resources to safeguarding the interests of the Muslims. He married his first wife Najwa Ghanem in the year 1974 when he was seventeen years old but he later divorced her. Osama was a polygamist who is believed to have married about six... The...
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The Capture of Jerusalem by Saladin
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...captured the Holy city. The Muslims clambered up and removed the crosses that had been mounted by the Crusaders on the Cupola of the Dome of the Rock. Islam controlled Jerusalem from that day until the 20th century. Challiton, who was a cruel Crusader Is known to have massacred Muslim pilgrims because they steps on his turf. This seems to have instigated Saladin and his army to capture Jerusalem in their vow to revenge the action of Challiton. Additionally, at that time Jerusalem had difficulties with their leadership and this made... Saladin rose to power during the period of the Second and the Third Crusade. Saladin became a Sultan in 1174 through a coup and gained the reputation as a superior...
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Why The Capture of Bin Laden Is Not Enough Justification
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...capture of Bin Laden is not enough justification When the United s successfully captured and killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan on May 2, 2011, many people agreed that the means justified the end. Shah reported in The Guardian on July 11, 2011, however, that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) organized a “fake vaccination drive,” in order to acquire Bin Laden’s family DNA, because it can confirm his location. He divulged that the CIA conscripted Doctor Shakil Afridi, a high-level medical professional, to conduct a regional vaccination program, so that they could verify if Osama bin Laden was hiding in Abbottabad. In April, nurses gained access to the unusually-security-conscious... 26 June Why the...
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Capture, Processing, and Presentation of Exogenous Antigen by Dendritic Cells
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...Capture The immune system is a complex made up of proteins, cells and other molecular components that cooperatively work together to destroy foreign invaders of the body, also known as antigens. Antigens are proteins or part of a foreign body or organism (examples are viruses, bacteria, proteins and other particulate material) that enter the body that are ultimately recognized by the immune system’s B and T cells through innate immune response. This recognition results in the production of new B and T cells that have the capacity to recognize (memory) and subsequently kill or disable the antigen. B and T cells differ in the manner they recognize antigens. B cells can recognize the antigen... Antigen...
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Carbon Capture Technology Not Ready to Limit Carbon Emissions
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...Capture Technology Not Ready to Limit Carbon Emissions Dr.Shakeel [Pick the Introduction Carbon Capture technology or CCS is an important technology developed in recent years. Under the rubric of environmental sciences’ progressive work, this technology holds pivotal importance and this also makes it a significant debate these days. The pros and cons of CCS are widely discussed among environmental scientists and industrialists. As said before, CCS is a very novel technology so it is not yet fully developed; therefore it needs a lot of improvement and hence it is not much favored yet. Carbon capture technology is not ready to limit carbon emissions and there are a number of reasons behind... ? Carbon...
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Test runs and pilot experiments on a carbon capture plant
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...Capture Plant Research Report March 5, 2500 words Report on Carbon Capture Pilot Plant This is a report on the test runs and pilot experiments on a carbon capture plant. The project’s focus is on the physical absorption of carbon dioxide from a mixture of gases. It uses a 15% MEA (monoethanolamine) solution as the absorbing liquid and a packed column, which is operating in a counter current configuration. The report aims to present the results from the test runs from the plant and to give an analysis of the results obtained from the experiments from the plant. It seeks to make known the possibilities that can happen when the plant starts full operation; and to let those concerned... ? Report on Carbon...
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Pikes capture by the Spanish 19th century ( colorado history )
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...Capture Lieutenant Zebulon Pike’s capture in the hands of the Spaniards in the 18th century contributed significantly in the history of the modern day Colorado. According to Ubbelohde, Benson, and Smith, the U.S. Army gave him his first opportunity to explore the Louisiana Purchase of the state under the presidency of Thomas Jefferson inn 1806 (20). His team was a follow-up of the successful expedition of Lewis and Clark in the northwest part of the present day Oregon (Lawson, Cerveny, and Mock par. 2). Pike’s errors while traversing to find the Red River made him discovered the strengths and weaknesses of the Spanish military, as well as the Spanish dwellers in the area who claimed... Zebulon Pike’s...
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Why does Stonehenge continue to capture the imagination
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...capture the imagination? One of the oldest megalithic sites, which were built about 4,000 years ago, is still a site of bewilderment and amazement for people around the world. Stonehenge is a mysterious, pre-historic circle made up of upright stones situate in the South of England. The construction on Stonehenge began about 5,000 years ago and was completed about 4,000 years ago. The huge and colossal scale and strange aim of Stonehenge draw the attention of eight hundred thousand visitors every year, and many people visit this monument during summers to view the sunrise at this mystical and ancient site (UNESCO, 2012). The Stonehenge is undoubtedly a spectacular sun... Why does Stonehenge continue to...
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Risk assessment and risk management associated with Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)
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...CAPTURE AND STORAGE (CCS) s 0 Introduction Presently, the greatest environmental threat facing the globe is climate change (‘‘Carbon capture and storage in the light of circulation economics", 2008, p. 115). Climate change is caused by increased levels of greenhouse gases sin the atmosphere with carbon dioxide being the significant gas causing global warming. This gas is produced from industries, vehicle emissions and households. Reduction in the amount of carbon dioxide released from industries would lead to significant cuts in the levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere thereby helping to control global warming and save the environment... ?RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATED WITH CARBON...
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Does the term 'risk society' capture important features of recent social changes
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...capture important features of recent social changes? Table of contents Content Page 1. Introduction 3 2. Risk 3-4 2.1. Awareness of risk 4 2.2. External and manufactured risk 4-5 3. Terrorism and risk 5 4. Technology and risk... ...
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Document analysis: political violence in Germany in the lead up to Nazi power (the Nazi capture of power)
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...capture of power) Document analysis: Extract from Bernt Engelmann’s autobiographical memoir, In Hitler’s Germany, (1986), pp.1-4 While political violence during the reign of the Third Reich is copiously documented, the intimidation and oppression in the lead up to Nazi capture of power is less well known. Bernt Engelmann’s autobiographical memoir In Hitler’s Germany, written half a century after the event in 1986, serves to fill this lacuna. In the extract in question Engelmann recounts a dramatic event he experienced when he was a school kid growing up in late Weimar Germany. Even eight months before Germany came under the grip... ?Political Violence in Germany in the lead up to Nazi power (the Nazi...
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How does the postmodern picturebook set out to capture both the adult and the child reader's interest
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...capture both the adult and the child reader’s interest? The concept “postmodern” is applied to a range of fields including art, architecture, literature and film and it has many different facets depending on how it is applied. The most prominent feature of the postmodern is that it steps away from the constraints of traditional genres and selects a wild confusion of attributes to create multiple effects in deliberately unexpected or even shocking ways. This encourages people to look afresh at the world and enjoy aspects of ordinary things that could be too easily taken for granted because of over familiarity. This paper examines two postmodern... children’s picture books, Voices in the Park,...
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Critical Paper of Was the CIA's fake vaccination program in Abottbad,Pakistan a justifiable method in the effort to capture Osama bin L
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...capture of Bin Laden is not enough justification When the United s successfully captured and killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan on May 2, 2011, many people agreed that the means justified the end. Shah reported in The Guardian on July 11, 2011, however, that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) organized a “fake vaccination drive,” in order to acquire Bin Laden’s family DNA, because it can confirm his location. He divulged that the CIA conscripted Doctor Shakil Afridi, a high-level medical professional, to conduct a regional vaccination program, so that they could verify if Osama bin Laden was hiding in Abbottabad. In April, nurses gained access to the unusually-security-conscious... 26 June Why the...
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Marketing of service ( Capture the Customer Interface )
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...CHILI AND OLIVES INTERFACE REPORT CHILI AND OLIVES INTERFACE REPORT Chili and Olive Groceries is arestaurant located on Charlotte Street, Saint John uptown. The restaurant is dedicated to giving it customers the desired service via restaurant services and groceries products that are Indian and middle eastern in origin. The grocery and restaurant were established in March 2009 and has been servicing its customers for the past five years. Chili and groceries is focused on giving the customers Indian and Middle Eastern foods that are rare in Canada hence creating a market place for the customers who find it hard to get their desired delicacies. Customer base There are different types... AND OLIVES...
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Heat and mass transfer calculation for carbon capture pilot plant
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... Heat transfer aspects Experiment Temperature reduction for the Hot Fluid ∆t Hot = T1 – T2 = 57.5 – 53.2 = 4.3K Temperature increase for the Cold Fluid ∆t Cold = T4 – T3 = 25.4 – 13.2 = 12.2K Table below shows the summary of the observations and calculations Obs. No. Vhot(g/s) Vcold(g/s) T1°C T2°C T3°C T4°C ∆t Hot (T1-T2) K ∆t Cold (T4-T3) K 1 50 15 57.5 53.2 13.2 25.4 4.3 12.2 2 50 20 57.2 52.7 13.3 23.3 4.5 10 3 50 27 56.9 52.4 13.1 20.8 4.5 7.7 4 50 31 56.7 51.4 13.3 21.5 5.3 8.2 Experiment 2 Mean Temperature = (T1 + T2)/2 = (57.5 + 53.2)/2 = 55.350C Cp of Water at Temperature T equals 6x10-9 T4 – 1x10-6 T3 + 7.0487x10-5T2 – 2.4403x10-3 T +4.2113 Cp at 55.350C... Heat...
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Select a notable quote or phrase, which capture your thoughts about Architecture
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... Topic: Teacher: My thoughts about Architecture Architecture is a field that keeps maximum importance because we need well built up places for spending our days and nights and without architects, we cannot live in such places that are commendable and appreciative. The quote that best describes my thoughts about architecture is “An architect is the drawer of dreams”. Architect has the capability to help us out in creating buildings that attract us and provide us with an abode that is comfortable and accommodating. For building different setups, we require someone who can comprehend our desired ideas and notions and convert them into our dreamt buildings. Jackie Craven (2011) defines architect...
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What concepts and theories best capture the predicament of forced migrants in the 21st century
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...Introduction Migration of individuals basically means that people or groups of people move from their home country to another country, and there aremany reasons why this would occur. Forced migration means that the person is forced out of his or her home country because of persecution or war. The person may either seek refuge in a different country, which means that he or she becomes a refugee. The person may, alternatively, seek refuge in the same country, which makes the person an internally displaced person. These individuals have special challenges in the 21st Century, as there is an influx of migrants who are voluntary and are looking for better economic opportunity. This presents... Migration...
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How does the postmodern picture book set out to capture both the adult and the child reader's interest
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...?Postmodernism in Picture Books Introduction There are several questioned meanings of postmodernism, and the problems of situating the connection between modernism and postmodernism reveal a difficulty that may be thought to rule out children’s literature. Nevertheless, it is exactly the essence of the activity of writing a picture book, and the power relations involved in that task, which build a certain connection between children’s literature and postmodernism’s attitude towards cultural change (Grenby 2009). By taking into account children’s literature in a record of storybook history it is likely to discern the postmodern inclination in literature and art as an act of going back... in Picture Books ...
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Write a description of an event you observed, such as a concert or football game. You might capture what is happening on the stage or field as well as what the spectators are doing. Create an overall impression for the reader, and use as much sensory appe
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...Running head: SENSORY EXPERIENCE OF PERCUSSION The Sensory Experience and Perceptual Impression of a Percussion Ensemble in Concert Affiliation The Sensory Experience and Perceptual Impression of a Percussion Ensemble in Concert As concertgoers entered the large hall, people filed into their seats. Relative to other concerts I had gone to with my friends, this event was slightly more formal. Ladies and gentlemen came dressed in semi-formal garments—women in dresses and skirts and men in collared shirts. No general admission was sold to spectators, so lines moved slowly as people found their specific seats. By the time all of the spectators had found their respective places, the lights... head: SENSORY...
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Essay :(Global Warming) using IEEE refrencing style
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...Capture Works, Online available (Accessed 23.11.11) http://science.howstuffworks.com/environmental/green-science/carbon-capture1.htm, 2011 Fortunately, today industries are not only driven by the profit motive but they are now also aware... Higher Colleges of Technology Abu Dhabi Men’s College Global Warming Eng. 307 Chemical CJC ABDEL KADER KHAMIS ID: 1003232 Sequence No: 3I. Introduction Global warming is one of the serious environmental problems that the world is facing in the present times. This means that the world is becoming hotter as the temperatures are rising to a level above the natural tolerability of the earth. This is alarming considering that it might harm and endanger all the living...
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Knowledge Management
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...capture strategies to retrieve and transmit as much information from these valuable human resource assets prior to their retirement. In the case study there are two employees who have very different employee profiles. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the two employees in order to implement adequate knowledge capture strategies based on the personality and profile of each of the two employees. The two dimensions of knowledge capture strategy are tacit knowledge and explicit knowledge. Tacit knowledge deals with unconscious internalized... In over 60 million baby boomers are going to reach retirement age. Their knowledge and experience is extremely valuable. Corporations must implement knowledge...
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Chemical engineering course work in clean process technolgy
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...capture using chemical absorption Summary The continuing emission of CO2 gas into the atmosphere threatens to cause a climate change disaster. Carbon capture and sequestration provides the method to contain CO2 emissions until alternative clean energy solutions emerge. This paper examines the technology of post combustion carbon capture using amine absorption and compares it with other technologies that are being explored. 1. Introduction Power generation using fossil fuels such as coal, natural gas and petroleum is the largest single source of CO2 emissions into the atmosphere. Clean energy sources such as solar, wind... . The red line marked IEA 450 is the target of 450...
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International relation's discussion
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...capture, and bring him to justice while freeing thousands of invisible children but not to celebrate him (Peter, 16). The film shows how the Lord’s resistance army under the leadership of war lord Joseph Kony, has been able to kidnap children and forced them to become child soldiers. Joseph Kony, without doubt is a bad person that should be captured and face charges of crime against humanity at the international criminal courts, but his... Kony is an half an hour-long film showing the difficulty of African children living in Northern Uganda. Charity invisible children from United States of America produced the film (Peter, 14). The film is campaign to make Kony famous, create awareness of his...
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FM demodulation
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...capture range is given by 2fc=1/п (2пfL/R1)1/2 and for audio the maximum range is 20 kHz and R1 = 1k therefore the frequency of the filter is given by; (2*20000*п) 2 = 2пfL/R1 fL= (2*2000*п)2*1000/2п = 25.136 GHz and so the filter components are obtained as shown bellow; 25.136*109 = 1/2пRfCf... ? FM demodulation using CD 4046 CMOS Phase-Locked Loop (PLL) integrated circuit. Introduction FM is obtained by the variation of the frequency components of the modulating signal voltage through a Voltage Controlled Oscillator so that the output varies according to the input signal.FM demodulation is the reverse process of modulation where the Voltage Controlled Oscillator is locked to the incoming modulated FM...
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Answering history questions
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...capture Rome? General Mark Clark... I. Objective ___d_____ Select the correct answer a. Both fascism and communism share all the same assumptions about human nature b. both are characterized by an emphasis on the state as an end unto itself c. both emphasize class struggles as driving history d. fascism emphasizes the role of the state as an end, while communism advocates class struggles to advance history through a dictatorship of the proletariat. 2. What port city was crucial for the Allies to take to open supply lines (Hitler’s target in Autumn Mist); it was ______ Antwerp 3. Who was the US general who allowed German soldiers to escape further north in Italy because of his personal ambition to ca...
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Are traffic cameras an invasion of privacy
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...capture the image of the offender. The driver will have broken traffic rules. According to the Insurance Institute for highway safety driving is regulated by law and the cameras... Traffic Cameras and Intrusion of Privacy Traffic cameras have been in existence for a long period of time and their use has sparked a debate whether or not they invade our privacy. Traffic cameras especially the red light cameras are installed on highways to0 monitor and assist in traffic flow. Their primary use is in the control of traffic flow on highways and major roads (McDonald & Cranor, 2005). The extent to which they are used in the public domain does not in any way invade our privacy and therefore their use should be...
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Critical Review
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...capture and storage (CCS) (Sally Orr 303). After nearly four years, the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) new-fangled Part 810 guidelines are finally in place. The need for grandfather endowment in the new regulation means that numerous corporations will need to be decisive—in the formula of written export submissions... Carbon Storage in Basalt Climate change and global warming have been the most prominent problems throughout the centuries since global temperatures are expected to increase by about 1-6 degrees by 2100. The major components to these drastic environmental changes are mainly due to greenhouse gas (GHG) emission. GHG levels have spiked due to industrial evolution and anthropogenic influences ...
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PC / Security on Servers or any thing about Servers 4
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...capture errors in SQL Server using event notification and extended event. Event notification has an ERRORLOG event, which ensures that messages sent to the error log are also sent to the service broker queue for automatic processing. Figure 1 is a sample script for setting up an ERRORLOG event in SQL Server. However, a stored procedure must... Server: Error Monitoring in SQL Server Error monitoring in a database management environment is vital for ensuring consistency in the data. The standard approach used to perform this task is reviewing error logs. However, as the volume of logs increases, it becomes challenging to a Database Administrator. As such, this paper will discuss how to monitor and...
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WHY ARE NOT MEN MORE INTERESTED IN CHILD CARE
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...capture. The number of men pursuing women’s studies is always low compared to men enrolments in other courses outside the women’s studies context. In this respect, the influencing factors and reasons... Enrolment of Men in Women’s Studies The education system offers many and differentiated courses, all of which are designed to suit specific student needs. Sand curriculum development has also been dynamic over the years, allowing leaners to specialize in the courses that best suit their academic and professional interests. Women’s studies constitute one of the many courses offered along this line. While this course may seem just like any other, men enrolments in the course present a critical aspect to...
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Zodiac Killer
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...capture the serial killer through several investigation and forensic activities. In the year 1969 the Zodiac killer continued to confuse the FBI agencies through different killing methods. The serial killer murdered five women and critically injured two men victims (Haugen, 2010). The FBI... ? Zodiac Killer Introduction Zodiac killer is the great unanswered serial killer mystery of all time. The serial killer operated between 1960s and 1970s. He used to operate in Northern California. The killer murdered victims in San Francisco, Benicia, Lake Berryless and Vallejo between 1968 and 1969. He targeted three women and four men between the ages of 15 and 29. In several cities the case remains open. In spite...
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Francher on galton
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...capture some important concepts of Galton’s impact in the modern society. The interview primarily fails to capture Galton ethical issues during his research work. For instance, late 19th and early 20th centuries psychiatrists critically contested the research methodologies used by Galton to get his... History of Psychology; Galton’s Contribution It is evident from Francher’s podcast that Francis Galton is one of the most successful early psychologists. His contribution to the world of psychology will remain relevant despite the overshadowing of his contribution by other modern psychologists. However, according to the podcast, it can be argued that Galton was a genius of the early 18th century considering ...
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Interodiction to Aesthetics and Visual Culture
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...capture that image so that image could be viewed over and over again. Before photography was developed, artists had a monopoly on the recreation of reality. Once photography was developed to an extent to where it became a reliable technology, it became the easier, more accepted way to recreate reality. It did not require any training or technical skill to take a photograph, and as opposed to hours an hours that a portrait painting would require... Technology’s Influence on Art Technology allows artists to explore new mediums that were not previously available. Three dimensional modeling on computers and various other programs graphical effects provided on various programs allows artists to do things...
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Marketing research
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...capture local market due to lack of clear understanding of what the customers want. Communication with customers and their needs have always been a challenge to many food businesses when it comes to success of the business. Many people have strong believes associated with the foods they eat. This is what is considered practices of their culture. When a food business fails to recognize that, it is apparent that the business fails automatically as people think that they are being forced to adopt a foreign culture.... It is indispensable to consider the local culture and the best way to communicate with people in the setting. Customers feel attracted to businesses that associate them with the products and...
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American Cinema into the 21st Century
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...capture. Performance capture has been used in several films for the last decade or so, but is constantly developing, with a bright future ahead full of possibility (Brew 2011). Specifically, the character Gollum began as completely... ?London South Bank American Cinema into the 21st Century 1990s – Mona Mivehgar Sabet ID: 2620552 Film Studies Unit: American Cinema Date: 23/03/2011 American Cinema into the 21st Century The United States has dominated the film industry since 1916 (Toth 2009), and it seems they will continue to do so, as stated best by Toy Story’s Buzz Lightyear, “to infinity and beyond!” (Toy story 3 2010). For Europeans, film was primarily used for political purposes. Americans, on the...
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Inside Job
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...Capture of the government and academic sectors by the U.S. financial industry It has been observed that high ranked Federal government officials as well as the researchers in the academic sectors are influenced by the financial industry in US. The capture of US government officials leading to activities that serves the interest of the US financial sector instead of their roles and duties towards the welfare of the public could be termed as regulatory capture. Some of the high ranked officials appointed by the presidents of US over the years have been big businessmen and have commendable contribution in the financial industry in the past. These high ranked officials are biased in serving... ? Inside Job...
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Why did the united states declares war on Great britain in 1812 Could this war have been avoided
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...capture and seize American ships that were heading to France. Britain affected the trade rights that America had with France. Also, Britain’s lack of respect for the maritime rights that the Americans enjoyed propelled the American congress to vote to go to war. Britain, through the capture and seizure of American ships, were able to force the seamen to join their army and fight. This propelled America to wage war against Britain (O’Neill & Benn, 2011... United s Declaration of War against Great Britain United s Declaration of War against Great Britain It has been identified as the forgotten war by many Americans. This is because the issues that led to the war were never settled or resolved. In 1812,...
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Entrepreneurship 320
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...capture prospective consumers. A spa inspired boutique was established. Product differentiation was undertaken after more original recipes were established. The two founders of the North Shore Soap Factory attribute their success story to the following reasons; The factory operations comprise of “old-fashioned” methods of making soap, and The ingredients used are of high quality; hence making the difference. Richard Schmelzer realized a potential business empire from an idea generated by his wife Sheri and their kids. The idea relied on decorating shoes with rhinestones and clay charms. Sheri Schmelzer is a witness that entrepreneurial skills can sprout from creativity,...
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Movie review--photography
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...capture when they run on each other on the streets. In fact, one of Bill’s fans says that they used to wear for bill (Bill, 11-24). To accomplish his career, he uses his bicycle to move on the city. Fashion is something that defines a generation or a culture. That is why, during... Film Review of a Documentary on Bill Career Bill is a passionate photographer who spends a significant part of his life taking photos of fashion in the streets of New York. In most incidences, he is at strategic points on streets or ramp way watching on anything new to photo. The generation of his time realizes his passion for his photographing career thereby they are always alert by ensuring they wear something for Bill to...
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Range land management and ecology / soil micro biology and ecology
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...capture in the soil Enhance cycling of nutrients in the soil and Increase water flow. Increase precipitation capture... Range Land Management For better management of any piece of land, one has to know what land resilience is and whether the land to be managed has been resilient in the past. As presented by walker and Salt, resilience of an ecosystem or land is its ability to put up with disturbance without breaking up into a qualitatively unusual state. This process is controlled by a number of processes such as land use, human values and policies, climate and stored nutrients. Resilience is diminished by a number of varying factors which include: toxic pollution, loss of biodiversity and vicious...
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Instructions/Survey Case Study; Critique, Description or Definition, and Online Exploration
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...capture the attention of the reader. This makes the memo achieve the aim of passing across information. However, the structure of the memo is poor. Formatting does not meet the requirements. The date is right justified instead of being aligned in the same way as the subject. The subject of the memo is not clear; it should... English: Survey Case Study Critique Affiliation of Your College] [Address of Your College] My FROM: [type your name] DATE: July 31, 2014 SUBJECT: A Critique of Jane Treadway Memo The Memo by Jane Treadway directed towards employees is informative. However, it has a number of shortcomings as it partially meets the guidelines of writing a good business memo. The writer also shows the r...
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The home video game industry pong to xbox 360 online
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...captured the market share, like the PlayStation these days. PlayStation by Sony and Xbox by Microsoft are bitter rivals. The market share of the two is divided and one can... Client’s 8 October The video game industry has changed over the last decade, Nintendo was set-up in Japan and it ruled for several years. It also became a monopoly which created a lot of buzz and craze at the same time. Coin-operated video games soon hit America and were again incredibly successful. These video games were successful and profitable because it was new and innovation paid off for them. Americans never played the Nintendo games earlier and this was something absolutely new to them. Innovation is another aspect which c...
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Photography Influence on Impressionism
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...captured in art. In literature during the 19th century the people’s taste had shifted towards more realistic stories about everyday people. Photographs also began to capture the instances that occurred in the streets and during informal gatherings of working people as well as the rich and famous. Art was becoming available to a wider... Explain how the invention of photography affected painting in the 19th century, specifically Impressionism. Present examples from Impressionism to support your answer. Impressionism is a movement in European art that began in France. It coincides with the invention of photography and the two phenomena are linked because they both have to do with the way that light is cap...
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Emergent Strategy Implementation
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...capture good progresses that could help it become a technical frontrunner in its industry. However, emergent strategy could lead to creation of more problems within an organization if not well planned. For instance, in case an organization continually concentrates on emergent strategy to attempt to capture that one concept that could lead to success, components of the strategic plan can go... EMERGENT STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION EMERGENT STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION The benefits and drawbacks of taking an emergent approach to strategy making It is true that even the best-organized plans can at times generate unanticipated outcomes. Emergent strategy is the approach of identifying unanticipated results from the imp...
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Summary lab report
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...captured information for a webpage or tab. Nevertheless, it is easier to switch between the views. Moreover, one can obtain specific information, capture or get new data, clear the data, or save the information for viewing in a later time. This is enabled by search, save and clear buttons that are available on the webpage. Data communication has been revealed as a key strategy for supporting applications where the operating system... Summary In the analysis of the trace, it was evident that a Network tab is comprised of tow network traffic views: the detailed view and summary view. Detailed view provides more information on the individual connections while the summary view offers a quick look on the...
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