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Sophocles, Oedipus the King ,Summary
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...King Sophocles’s play, “Oedipus the King”, is a gripping tale of ill fate, blindness, tragedy, and a man’s downfall. Oedipus is the ruler of Thebes, a city now in ruins with deaths and suffering plaguing it day by day. The elders beseech Oedipus to make things right as he had once saved their city before by solving the Sphinx’s riddle. He assures them that this is also his pain and that he has sent Creon to ask the god Apollo for his help. From Creon we learn that Thebes can only be saved when the pollution living inside it is banished. For the murderer of Laios, Thebes’s previous king, resides in the city and was never found. The case was left uninvestigated because at the time the city... ?Oedipus the...
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...Summary on King Faisal Faisal ibn 'Abd al-'Aziz Al Sa'ud was born in 1905. At the time of his birth, his father had a goal to recapture Saudi lands from the Rashid family that had driven the Saudis into exile in Kuwait. As such, the birth and growth of Faisal was significant in his father’s quest to fight for the Muslims. In this mission, Faisal had to master the teachings of the Muslim faith, the arts of war and, the arts of peace, which he did. Indeed, he had extensive experience in war where at 14 he rode by his father's side in the raids against the Rashids, he led 5,000 men to 'Asir to quell a rebellion at 18, he participated in the conquest of the...
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...Summary “I have a dream” Dr. Martin L. King Junior in August 28, 1963 during a memorial service for Lincoln in Washington, delivered one of the world’s most famous speech commonly referred to as "I have a dream." It took off with by observing that the black people were not free. The black people were not yet free despite having been over 100 years since the Emancipation Proclamation. King junior’s speech still ends by repeating “I have a dream” paragraph where he hopes the future will be better for all people. Many people consider the King’s speech as a defining moment during the civil the civil rights movement (Teaching...
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Sophocles' King Oedipus
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...King Oedipus King Oedipus was one of three Greek plays produced by Sophocles in the year 429 BC. The other two plays by Sophocles are Antigone and Oedipus at Colonus. Most of the plays’ plots produced in Greek involved god, goddesses or human heroes. The play King Oedipus consisted of eight dramatic personae and they were: Oedipus, Creon, Priest of Zeus, a chorus by Theban elder, Jocasta, Teiresias, herd of Laus and a messenger. Theaters in ancient Greeks included the use of chorus in plays; they were performed from the background concurrently with the play. The play consists of a strophe and an antistrophe. The chorus gave the audience a summary of what was taking place on the play... Sophocles’ King...
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...Summary In the introduction to the “They Say / I Say” : The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing, authors Graff... I Say They Say Part I. In My Own Words When one is asked to define what a vegetarian is, the term “tree hugger” immediately comes to mind. This is because vegetarians are often times portrayed as grass eating people whose fanaticism in saving the environment can be likened to the womans suffragette era when the women were chaining themselves to iron gates in order to gain attention for their cause. However, contrary to public opinion, vegetarians actually have deeply rooted beliefs in using vegetables to promote a healthy lifestyle. A lifestyle that science has shown to have some benefits...
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King of Shaves
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...King of Shaves Executive Summary According to the report findings, the global market is characterised by intense competition. As such organisations need to analyse and make strategic decisions in order to survive the threat of competition and thrive in the market. They also need to perform stakeholder analysis so that they can determine the effect of the company’s actions on various stakeholders as well as the effect stakeholders on the operation of the company. The king of Shaves operates in a competitive industry where there are more established and stronger rivals like Schick and Gillette. The paper outlines the challenges faced by the King of Shaves in the industry... ? Seminar Word Count: (2,208)...
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...Summary: Justinian’s Institutes, 534 A.D. Justinian’s Institutes defines the kinds of laws and the various typesof written laws that governed ancient Rome during the emperor’s time. There are three kinds of laws mentioned by Justinian, from general to specific: the law of nature, the law of nations, and civil law. The law of nature, or natural law, is one that is animals and men have knowledge of. In fact, it is the law of nature that is behind the idea of matrimony, procreation and the bringing up of children. The law of nations on the other hand is common to all mankind and therefore excludes animals. It is the law of nations that recognize what all humans deserve to...
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...Summary Mary Wollstonecraft rhetoric targets an audience that appreciate luxuriant and leisurely lifestyle. Under this realization, her prose may seem wordy and ambiguous to the modern audience. She does her writing in a unique manner by handling imagery carefully. Mary uses an approach she calls ‘episodical observations’, which are personal stories that catalogues on a number of issues. Using this approach, she puts forward a number of observations that stand out as examples of evils she condemns (Jacobus 653-660). Even the critiques of her arguments will learn to appreciate that they have acquired something new. She appeals to the high intellectual abilities of both men...
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...Summary of Chapter 3 En d “The History of Planning” Chapter 3 of the book with the sub “The History of Planning: Part I” thoroughly discusses the history or historical narrative of the urban- or rural-planning prominent in America from the pre-revolution era to the post-revolution. The author of the book begins his discourse with the planning or landscaping marked in the Colonial America. Afterwards, the discussion moves toward the revolutionary America, which shows a remarkable shift of planner type. Finally, the author ends his exploration in the 1920s in America, the time of the so-called the Great Depression. Before the Revolution erupted in the United States, the planning and designing... ...
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A Study on Martin Luther King
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...King would be helpful in addressing these issues (Kavaloski, & Kavaloski, 2011, p. 30). Summary Martin Luther King is indeed a veritable man. Born in 1929, he lived a life of activism at a tender age. During his childhood, he questioned the resurrection of Jesus but later acknowledged the centrality of the Bible in Christianity. He joined the seminary and started mentorship under Thurman Howard. Thurman immensely influenced King’s life and helped in instilling the principles of nonviolence. King studied theology and sociology in college because he felt that the two professions would help him in serving his... ?A Study on Martin Luther King ID Number Number Declaration This assignment is solely the work...
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Burger King Inc Organisation Strategy
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...King Inc Organisation Strategy \ Burger King Inc Organisation Strategy Executive Summary The contemporary intricate and systematic changes in global and local markets have compelled modern profit making entities to focus their attention in instituting and transforming their operation and management strategies. As per the research findings from modern economic scholars and thinkers, organisation strategy is described as the manner in which organization transforms their management and operation activities in order to meet the market needs and demands (Wootton & Horne, 2002). In coming up with effective organization strategies, organisations managers and leaders consider various factors... ? Burger King Inc ...
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Road King Trucks
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...King Trucks to accept the expansion project. These are some of the reasons to hold this opinion. The companys payback period of 7.20 years implies that it is going to realize its initial investment in only 7.20 years. In addition, the company has positive Net Present Value and an internal Rate of Return that is more than the cost of capital (Peterson & Fabozzi, 2002). This, therefore, implies that the Road King Trucks is going to get higher returns when the expansion project is implemented. This expansion project will increase the Road King Trucks’ value by approximately $1,897,513,000. This will undoubtedly provide an increase in the wealth of the Stockholders. Summary... ROAD KING TRUCKS This report...
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Rodney King Beating
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...King beating was found in White Racism: The Basics (Feagin, Vera, & Batur 2001). This is a summary: In March 1991, Rodney King and two of his friends were speeding on a freeway in inebriated condition when Officers Tim and Melanie Singer spotted them. When asked to stop, King refused and continued driving into a residential area. Tim Singer put up a chase and also radioed for help. The chase continued, and when King stopped, 27 officers were present, including 21 from the LAPD. According to one of his friends, King was ordered to place his hands outside the car window, which he did. When asked to get out, the seatbelt... Police Brutality and Racial Profiling: Looking Back At Rodney King Beating By ID #...
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...King: Just and Unjust Laws. In his “Letter from a Birmingham Jail,” Martin Luther King, Jr. distinguishes between just and unjust laws – those that are just on face value but unjust in application. King’s contention is based on his passionate denunciation of racial segregation, which persisted in the USA in spite of the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark 1954 decision in Brown v. Board of Education, which stripped away constitutional sanctions for segregation by race, and made equal opportunity in education the law of the land. King lays down the rules for any fight against injustice: “Collection of the facts to determine whether injustices exist; negotiation; self purification; and direct... Martin Luther...
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Rodney King Riots
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...Summary of Events In 1991, a man named Rodney King was brutally beaten up by four police officers and the video recording of the incident had been publicized. The LAPD officers were put on trial for this controversial incident after the video was released. This caused it to stay in the center of the public eye... Yongjoon Choi Final Paper Los Angeles riots of 1992 In 1992, the of Los Angeles, California erupted suddenly into a night of violent mob riots and arson as the Black community of the city reacted to the news that a group of four police officers charged with using excessive force in their attempts to subdue a single Black man had been acquitted of all charges. A number of factors contributed to ...
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King of Shaves Case Study
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...KING OF SHAVES CASE STUDY By Seminar Word Count 2,186 Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Porter’s Five Forces Model and Its Purpose and Benefits to Business 3 Porter’s Five Forces Model Application to King of Shaves 5 Opportunities and Threats of King of Shaves 7 Generic Strategy used by King of Shaves 8 Stakeholder Analysis Concept 8 Definition of Stakeholders 9 Mapping Stakeholders into the Framework 9 An example of Shareholder Mapping; 9 Power and Interest of Stakeholders 10 Conclusion 10 Executive Summary When considering starting a business, it is essential to know where to acquire the capital to invest. Internal and external sources of capital are examples of capital... ? KING OF...
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Religion in King Lear
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...King Lear King Lear is set in a pre-Christian era. Religious references abound in the play, but it would be a difficult task to find a coherent theology amongst them. One of the most revealing moments is where Gloucester believes he is about to fall to his death, and says farewell to his companion, who he does not know is his son, giving him his purse, saying “Fairies and Gods/ Prosper it with thee” (IV, 6, 29-30). The chaotic mixture of fairies with Gods seems to characterize the religious confusion in the play. Characters endlessly invoke Gods, divine powers, and mystical forces; there seems to be an assumption that something governs our lives on earth, but the direction of the play... Religion in...
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Religion in King Lear
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...King Lear King Lear is set in a pre-Christian era. Religious references abound in the play, butit would be a difficult task to find a coherent theology amongst them. One of the most revealing moments is where Gloucester believes he is about to fall to his death, and says farewell to his companion, who he does not know is his son, giving him his purse, saying "Fairies and Gods/ Prosper it with thee" (IV, 6, 29-30). The chaotic mixture of fairies with Gods seems to characterize the religious confusion in the play. Characters endlessly invoke Gods, divine powers, and mystical forces; there seems to be an assumption that something governs our lives on earth... , but the direction of the play as...
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...SUMMARY The German-based Holy Roman Empire (official sacrum romanum imperium) existed as a political organization overEurope from 10th to the 19th century. It came to being as the Charlemagne’s Empire was rescued at the brink of destruction by Otto I the Great in 962. It was a Limited Elective Monarchy as the office of the Emperor was not patrimonial and he could not rule out the role of the lords (Imperial Diet) in making crucial decisions concerning the states. Some of the primary documents in its constitution were: rights of the holy and divine Rulers, loss of papal control over election of the emperor, and peace treaties of Westphalia. The Emperor was always an honorable... THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE A...
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Summary and review of Selma movie
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...Summary and Review of Selma Movie Selma movie is a memorable true story set in 1995 during the civil rights movement. Martin Luther King Jr with the assistance of President Johnson started a risky movement to ensure that the Americans had equal voting privileges. In the movie, David Oyelowo and Tom Wilkinson represent the principles of equity. Black people were still denied voting privileges. King intimidated the government by stressing that they would hold their demonstrations in Selma, Alabama. The situation created additional tension between the two parties. Due to their heroic match, the president decided to amend the 1995 American...
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King Leopold's Ghost by Adam Hochschilds
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...Summary Unlike King Leopold, Leopold Senghor was a little humane and accommodated the Africans in a better manner. This is a crucial difference between the imperialism of these two colonial powers. This is the reason why lesser casualties were reported in the colony. In 1980, Leopold Senghor decided to resign so that the country can have liberty and controlled political agenda. While there are several differences between these two powers, it is notable that the colonialists were led by greed and search for industrial materials. They never observed the human rights... and Book review of King Leopold's Ghost by Adam Hochschild’s Introduction Adam Hochschild’s book, ‘King Leopold's Ghost’ features...
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...Summary: “Cornell study links hotel reviews and room revenue” In the article written by Danny King entitled “Cornell study links hotel reviews and room revenue” and published online in Travel Weekly on November 29... ?Summary: “Thomas Cook 1919-1922: Battlefield tours and dark tourism” The article en d “Thomas Cook 1919-1922: Battlefield tours and dark tourism” presented relevant issues regarding the emergence of the said dark tourism which focused on battlesites and places associated with death. As disclosed, the trend towards battlefield tours in recent tourism endeavors have been observed to include re-enactments of the events that transpired and memorial remembrance to loved ones whose deaths have...
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...Summary Based on Aristotle’s idealistic analysis of tragic plays, the plot should be single with complications and not double, with opposing endings like in comedies where there is good and bad. The tragedy must follow the main action, which refers to the protagonist’s main goal. Further, according to the philosopher, all plots usually have some form of suffering or pathos, but complex ones incorporate elements like recognition and reversal. The plot represents the core of the play and it can be split into three elements. The first element is the reversal, also referred to as the peripeteia. This occurs when an action by the protagonist produces an effect that contravenes the expected... College: Plot...
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History of Britain: King Arthur | BBC Documentary
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...Summary of thecontent Simon Schama in this BBC documentary tries to show the history of England from the beginning to “the two Winstons” that covers the period from 1910 to 1965. The movie gives every king and queen equal coverage on the events that took place and shaped their tenure in the history of Britain. The themes that are highlighted in this documentary are related and basically revolve around how Britain was entering into a new era of new relationship with the rest of Europe and the rest of the world. The movie therefore looks at informing the young generation of the past development and aid... in their development of the self identity as a Briton. The movie shows much about the...
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The Signifance of Susan King Taylor During The Civil War
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...King Taylor, Reminiscences of Life with the 33d US Colored Troops. 2013. http://ehistory.osu.edu/uscw/features/articles/ArticleView.cfm?AID=42 (accessed April 10, 2013). Library of Congress. Harriet Tubman . http://www.loc.gov/rr/program/bib/tubman/ (accessed April 13, 2013). Malburne, Meredith. Susie King Taylor, b. 1848 Reminiscences of My Life in Camp with the 33rd United States Colored Troops Late 1st S.C. Volunteers: Summary. 1902. http://docsouth.unc.edu/neh/taylorsu/summary.html (accessed April 3, 2013). National History Education Clearing House. Scenes in the life of Harriet Tubman: Video Transcription . http://teachinghistory.org/best-practices/examples-of-historical... ? The Significance of...
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A Letter From Eight White Clergymen and Letter from M. L. King, Jr
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...King, as the noted leader of the civil rights movement, in behalf of the Negro community. King’s letter was directed to the clergymen, as most of his arguments addressed the clergymen’s position. The most obvious constraint was on the part of King who was incarcerated in the Birmingham jail during the time that he responded to the clergymen’s allegations. On the part of the clergymen’s letter, the constraints are their maintaining a conservative stance to use the most appropriate language so as not to project any biases to both white and Negro citizenry. Summary of Issues from the Two Points... Argument Analysis: A Call For Unity: A Letter From Eight White Clergymen and Letter from Birmingham Jail by...
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...Summary of the Article An English king presented Tobacco usage as being detrimental and hazardous to the health of the users. The king later realized that Tobacco could earn his kingdom income through taxation. The Crop traces a long history of aiding and harming human beings. Tobacco attracted Africans as slaves to work on England plantations ignoring racism in a new environment. In 1499, Amerigo Vespucci reported the manner in which the European criticized the use of Tobacco. European explorers revealed nicotine as an addicting substance. They used a scenario where some American natives mixed tobacco with lime or powdered seashells that...
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Comparisons in Death of a Salesman and Oedipus the King
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...King Study Guide, Grade Saver, http://www.gradesaver.com/oedipus-rex-or-oedipus-the-king/study-guide/short-summary/... COMPARISONS IN DEATH OF A SALESMAN, THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET, AND OEDIPUS THE KING Introduction The comparison of the three ics, viz. Death of aSalesman, Hamlet and Oedipus the King appear daunting because of the vast difference in the time zones they were written. Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller having been written in 1949 is the latest followed by Hamlet written sometime between 1599 and 1601 A.D. with Oedipus the King going way back to the Greek era in 429 B.C. However, what appear to makes these classics comparable is...
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A Commentary on King Leontes in Shakespeares Winters Tale
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...summary, the play The Winter’s Tale by Shakespeare is an example of a story that shows how human emotions could strongly affect decision-making as well as it being able to create negative consequences that were borne out of the lack of judgment by the afflicted person. The source of King Leontes’ jealousy was something that his mind made up out of his deep feelings for his wife and childhood... ?A Commentary on King Leontes in Shakespeare’s Winter’s Tale One of Shakespeare’s final plays is The Winter’s Tale, written in a novel type of genre that does not end in a tragedy. It portrays how a jealous king allowed the banishment of his infant daughter and imprisonment of his own wife due to false pretenses...
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Summary the al chemist book
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...Summary the al chemist book The book is a story about Santiago, a young shepherd boy and his quest for fortune, as the story takes the reader, alternately between Spain and Egypt. As the young boy has many mental obstacles, which he needs smashing, his first challenge is to move beyond the thinking of others, who have told him, since childhood, that his dreams would never be realized. In fact this has created a substantial fear in his mind. Therefore, the story is about Santiago’s necessity to realize that many people who love him will not come in his way of pursuing his dreams. While he has to understand the importance of realizing his dreams, Santiago needs control over...
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Country feasibility for Burger King in Brazil
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...King in Brazil IV. Economic Environment Major Trading Partners Export is an influential component of the present economic growth rate that Brazil is experiencing, which has been described by commentators as highly impressive and fast track. Brazil’s success in export is widely attributed to the kind of trade partners it has the kind of products and services Brazil trades with them. The table below represents Brazil’s top ten trade partners and the percentage of total export engaged with them and the most prominent service and product and service they trade with them for the year 2010. Country Percentage of Total Export Product/Service China United... as the strongest with $5.2 billion...
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...Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books) Genesis (bold) (space) The book of Genesis is largely narrative material. Some key themes and events include God as the creator and sustainer of his creation demonstrated through the accounts of the creation week, the fall of man, the flood, and Patriarchal History, including Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph. After Adam and Eve sinned and ushered the era of sin and death into the world, men continued to become increasingly sinful. Eventually, God became so angry he completely destroyed mankind with a world-wide flood. However, He spared a remnant: Noah and his family. God chose Abraham and entered into a new covenant naming...
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...Summary (Unit 9... Business (Unit 2) “Glutopia Gluten-free Desserts and Breads” will produce breads and desserts exclusively to cater to the needsof those who are gluten and lactose intolerant. The range of products includes various bread varieties like buns, sandwiches and burgers, etc. Desserts include chocolate cups, chocolate cakes, poached pears and various other desserts. The business will be headquartered in the downtown of Los Angeles. The business would cater to surrounding cities such as West Hollywood (towards to west), Sherman Oaks (towards the north west) and Culver City (towards the south). The business would follow an incremental business expansion pattern, towards other areas such as Bev...
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Find a good website containing information about Louis XIV, the Sun King as a Dancer. (Middle Ages and Renaissance)
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...King as a Dancer Source Website Louis XIV and the Birth of Classical Ballet. California Ballet. 1 January 2013. http://californiaballet.wordpress.com/2010/05/24/louis-xiv-and-the-birth-of-classical-ballet/ . Web. Summary The given website elaborates on the contribution of Louis XIV, the Sun King of France to the fine art of Classical Ballet. It was during the reign of Louis XIV that the dance form of ballet reached its zenith in France. Louis XIV himself happened to be an expert ballet dancer and did perform in a series of court ballet performances during his reign. He was dubbed the Sun King after his performance... of the Visual Arts and Film Studies of the Concerned January Louis XIV, the Sun King ...
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...King and Hamlet There is no denying the fact that Walt Disney’s Lion King is closely related to Shakespeare’s Hamlet (MacCary xi). While, in the Lion Cub, Simba plays the role of a cub whose father is treacherously murdered by his uncle, in Hamlet, prince Hamlet is also shown to be a young prince whose father, the king is done away with by his villainous uncle Claudius (Starks 121). Similarly, the character of Mufasa that is Simba’s father is to a great extent a representation of the old King portrayed as Hamlet’s father in the play (Desmet & Sawyer 187). Both Simba and the old king happened to be worthy kings whose reign was marked by peace... and prosperity. Both Mufasa and the old...
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The impact of Brand Extension on Brand Personality. Caterpillar and Burger King
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...King 34 Table 2: Success of Brand Extension of Caterpillar 35 Table 3: Model Summary of Burger King 36 Table 4: ANOVA and Coefficient Table of Burger King 36 Table 5: Model Summary of Caterpillar 37 Table 6: ANOVA and Coefficient Table of Caterpillar 38 Table 7: T-Test Table 39 Abstract This research investigates the impact of brand extension on the personality of a brand and for this purpose; two companies are selected to conduct this report. One of the companies is Caterpillar and the other is Burger King. This Impact of brand extension can be either negative... ? The impact of Brand Extension on Brand Personality [Supervisor Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 List of Tables 5 Abstract 6 Chapter...
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...King Jr. non-violence move to freedom Martin Luther king Jr. Non -Violence move to Freedom King Martin Luther Jr. wasa freedom campaigner, American Baptist preacher, activist, humanitarian, and leader in the America Civil Rights Movement. King had the dedication and courage of fighting for rights of black Americans from the oppression meted on them by Whites. He felt there was no justice for blacks that resulted from Whites’ dominance and oppression (Martinez et al, 2012). Proponents of King’s leadership skills argue that non –violence was the most amicable solution to pursue freedom because of its incorporation of peaceful tactics for liberation, as proven in this essay. King... advocated...
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...Summary The Epic of Gilgamesh depicts the involvement of the gods in human activities. The human beings appeal to the gods for intervention after the realization... The Epic of Gilgamesh Introduction The Epic of Gilgamesh is a poem whose setting is believed to have been thepeople of Mesopotamia. Just like many other literature materials facts of historical events can be deduced from this poem. Through this poem, it can be easily deduced the exact period that the poem was first written. Such knowledge can be used in knowing exactly when the events that are recited in the poem took place. This is what makes such poems relevant to historians in their quest for knowing more about historical events. ...
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...summary In the work of Leanne & Leanne, Obama leadership is one that can be described as good leadership (164). It is Obama’s principles that leadership practices that have made him one of the most distinguished leaders in the world today (Leanne & Leanne xv). Obama’s success has been described neither being accidental nor involuntary, but as one that has been yielded by excellence and his ability to wield excellent leadership skills (251). Martin Luther is yet another leader who was a prominent civil rights activist. The work of Fandel & Bascle indicates the comprehensive history of Luther is one that explains a leader who was willing, and motivated the society towards championing... Current event...
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Comparing Classic Greek Literature with the leadership style of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s book Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos
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...King Priam's son. Hector kills Achilles' close friend, Patroclus, prompting him start fighting again. The Greeks push the Trojans back to their fortress. Achilles kills Hector. The Iliad ends there. Achilles dies from an arrow shot into his leg before they enter Troy using a hollow wooden horse and destroy the fortress. The Iliad’s Summary In The Iliad, the subject is clearly presented from the beginning like in other ancient epic poems. The poet invokes a muse to assist him in telling the story of the wrath of Achilles, the greatest Greek hero in the Trojan War. The focus in the poem is named in the opening word: menin, or “rage.” The Iliad specifically...
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...Summary of the Unemployment Situation in America Unemployment rates in America have continued to soar with more than 3.9 million of its population eligible for work remaining unemployed as at 2014. This is even as Congress has failed to renew payments for more than 1.5 million unemployed whose benefits ended at the end of December 2013.With bills to pay and responsibilities to attend to, many in this group like Mary Miller say they would currently gladly take any job they can land, even those that pay less than their previous ones. Many have since resorted to spending into their lives’ savings as situations continue to get dire with many being forced to live... Unemployment in the United s Number A...
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...King say that it was like “being black twice” to be booed by young black audiences in the late 1960s and 1970s, and admired by white audiences? In 1960, B. B Kings music had shifted in both image and sound. His performance had changed from being for a black audience to one that was appreciated by the white, Japanese, French, and Australians. B. B. King however still described the feeling of being booed by his own people as “being black twice” Remarkably, this feeling was brought about by his mixed feelings. He felt a sense of loss and I suspect betrayal because of the major shift in the audience... and appreciation of his music to an audience he had not anticipated. Even though his...
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Comparing Classic Greek Literature with the leadership style of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s book Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community
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...King Priams son. Hector kills Achilles close friend, Patroclus, prompting him start fighting again. The Greeks push the Trojans back to their fortress. Achilles kills Hector. The Iliad ends there. Achilles dies from an arrow shot into his leg before they enter Troy using a hollow wooden horse and destroy the fortress. The Iliad’s Summary In The Iliad, the subject is clearly presented from the beginning like in other ancient epic poems. The poet invokes a muse to assist him in telling the story of the wrath of Achilles, the greatest Greek hero in the Trojan War. The focus in the poem is named in the opening word: menin, or “rage.” The Iliad specifically...
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Burger King
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...King Burger King is the most famous Hamburger fast food chain having a head quarter in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United State. Burger king is mostly abbreviated as BK. Company of Burger king started in 1953 with a different name known as Insta Burger King, a Jacksonville, Florida based restaurant chain. In 1955, Insta Burger King faced many financial difficulties because of that David Edgerton and James McLamore purchased that company and changed its name it as Burger King. In between half century, the company owners have changed at four times and did partnership with, Bain Capital, and Goldman Sachs Capital Partners. In 2010, 3G Capital of Brazil had a majority stake in BK in a deal... No: Burger...
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...Summary Summary The article d “A Revamp of Pilot Training Is Urged” has been ed by Andy Pasztor and the author in the article states that pilots have come quite dependent on automatic operation of the aircraft and they need to be provided with training regarding cockpit skills as well as manual flight operation skills (Pasztor 1). The author states that the present simulation style training provided to pilots is not sufficient and they need to be provided with hands on experience in simulations. The author even states that the veteran pilots are trying not to be a part of difficult training sessions as they fear that their jobs will be lost. The author has urged that the simulations should... Article...
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...Summary || Summary (chapters 15 -33 A summary of "Stargirl" by Jerry Spinelli. The novel is about a girl who is different enough to attract students dislike at school. She has a romance with Leo. ------------------------------ Setting-Arizona Author-Jerry Spinelly Characters-Leo, Stargirl, Kevin, Hillari Kimble, Archie, Dori Stargirls different personality arouses students curiosity at school. She is quite popular and becomes an unofficial cheerleader during football games. The trouble begins when she starts to cheer for both teams at a game and even helps an injured player on opposite team. When Micas team starts losing, Stargirl gets the blame. Saying her own words to the Pledge... Stargirl ||...
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...Summary of an article Summary of an article The of the article that the principle propagating that everyone deservesthe resources and opportunities to fulfill their full humanity is very dear to early childhood educators. Early childhood educators also have a unique role in realizing this principle and help children to succeed and thrive in life, work and school. It is basic in early childhood work to treat children as kind, intelligent and strong people because they are more likely to behave in kind, intelligent and strong ways. This increases their chances of succeeding, thriving and learning more (Derman-Sparks & Edwards, 2010). According to the...
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...Summary This chapter in Kelly and McGowens book focuses on the importance of communication in the successful execution of business endeavors. Inadequate communications result in major problems including misunderstandings, the neglect of important information, and presenting the image of amateurism that can severely damage reputation in extreme circumstances. Accordingly, the importance of maintaining a high level of skill in many aspects of the communication process cannot be understated. The chapter describes key elements of non-verbal communication, such as the immense impact of body language. These forms of relaying information are often understated and even ignored... Here Here Here Here Chapter 5...
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...Summary of a Video The video shows an ordinary happening in the commuter station-- a taxi parking near the entrance and a passenger, a woman, going out of the taxi. She enters the station with a cellular phone in hand, talking to someone. And then the next scene shows the taxi driver going out of the car and opening the compartment to place something inside it. A man sees the taxi driver and eyes him suspiciously. The man immediately approached a policeman and reported what he saw. Meanwhile, inside the station, the woman left the big black bag she was carrying on a bench. A couple sees her and eyes her suspiciously. The couple quickly went to the authorities and reported...
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...Summary of the article “Socotra: paradise quickly becoming lost” of the of the The article reveals the story about one of the most wonderful places on the world, with untouchable by mankind beauty and diversity of flora and fauna. Socotra archipelago, which is located south of Yemen, is currently greatly endangered. Researches who work on conservation claim that there is an existent tendency of regeneration to decline due to several reasons, among which climate change, grazing etc. These dangers have not been present until 1999, when first communication facilities were built, resulting in the increase of immigration flow from Yemen, expansion of industrial buildings and...
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