London
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...London Nam London London developed the first underground railway in the world. The Metropolitan Company financed the construction of the railway that became the first to use electric engines for propulsion. Besides, the company built an escalator at Earls Court and Holloway. The underground train exists to date carrying 1.07 million passengers annually. The London underground tunnel hosts animals from deer to grass snakes. About half a million mice also dwell in these tunnels. The mosquitoes inhabiting the tunnels have evolved to a unique species for its insatiable biting (AARP London 2012)....
London
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...London London according to studies is the capital of the United Kingdom; it has a history dating back many years ago. For the duration of this period, it has advanced to become one of the most noteworthy economic and social cities in the entire realm. It has encountered various issues including plaque, civil war, as well as terrorist assaults among others. Therefore, as a result of such experiences, London city is its historic core, and during the 19th century, the city of London was reformed into the sphere`s prevalent town and center of the British realm. It augmented its populace from one million to six million in the twentieth century... , and in this period, London became...
London
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...London Londinium was founded as a residents' settlement by the Romans less than a decade after the AD 43 invasion. In the early years, Roman London dwelt in a comparatively small region, approximately impossible to differentiate from Hyde Park in dimension. About AD 60 the municipality was smashed by the Iceni under the reign of Queen Boudica. Nonetheless the urban centre was reconstructed so fast and nominated as Roman town and in a decade or so it had recovered; it grew even unexpectedly the following decade. Londinium attained its peak in the second century, replacing Colchester which at that time was the Capital city. At this point in history, the total number... of the inhabitants in the...
london
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...London London is a located in the polar region that experiences cold temperatures throughout the day. The weather forecast is conducted by the London meteorological station. It is usually a 10 day forecast which is updated four times a day. The station forecasts the main weather elements which include detailed information about rain, sunshine intensity, snow, temperature and winds. The forecasts which extend for 10 days show information about morning, afternoon and overnight weather elements. Temperature extremes for all places in London tend to range from 38 degrees centigrade to below -16 degrees centigrade. However, temperatures below -20 degrees centigrade have been noted in the past one...
TOWER OF LONDON (LONDON)
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...London The Tower of London is a complex consisting of several buildings which also includes the White Tower. The great White Tower is an example of the Normal military architecture which was influential throughout the kingdom. The Tower was built by William the Conqueror on the north-bank of the Thames in order to protect and control the city of London by asserting his power. Hence, the Tower of London is an imposing fortress which is significant for the several layers of history. It has become a symbol of royalty which was constructed around the White Tower. Introduction The Tower of London which is also known as ‘Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress’ is the royal palace... Number] Tower of...
London City
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...London London is today recognized as one of the world’s foremost metropolises. While cities such as New York have supplanted London in terms ofeconomic impact, and other cities have supplanted London in terms of population, tremendous historical and cultural occurrences indelibly mark the city as a hallmark of Western society. With such a prominent position in Western history, there are endless articulations of the city. This essay examines Ackroyd’s (2003) London: A Biography and Hunter’s (2006) Persons Unknown; / Life and Death in Hackney in terms of the way they present the city as reality, experience, and practice. Ackroyd’s (2003) London: A Biography presents an expensive exploration... ...
london city
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...London London is today recognized as one of the world’s foremost metropolises. While cities such as New York have supplanted London in terms ofeconomic impact, and other cities have supplanted London in terms of population, tremendous historical and cultural occurrences indelibly mark the city as a hallmark of Western society. With such a prominent position in Western history, there are endless articulations of the city. This essay examines Ackroyd’s (2003) London: A Biography and Hunter’s (2006) Persons Unknown; / Life and Death in Hackney in terms of the way they present the city as reality, experience, and practice. Ackroyd’s (2003) London: A Biography presents an expensive exploration... ...
London city
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...London Are Important To The Culture Introduction Culture is incorporated and woven into the fabric of London city that has been described as one of the most aesthetic City all over the world. Its scenario is just magnificent and its beauty indescribable. London has further been described as an ornament to the realm by the beauty it poses. London, the capital city of the United Kingdom is one of the most popular cities in the world due to the numerous landmarks, art galleries and its diverse cultures (Cvetkovic, 2013). In cultural terms, early modern London was considered to cut an edge over the other vast cities by being the largest and most widely experienced... Argument About Why The Images About...
London underground
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...London Underground London Underground Introduction The London underground is one of the most fascinating infrastructures one can hardly fail to notice once in London. It is argued to be the oldest and busiest underground railway network in the world1. One of the most fascinating things about the London underground is that it represents the changing history of the railway system. The London underground not only serves London city, but also other neighboring towns such as Essex, Hertfordshire, and Buckinghamshire. The Underground was officially opened in 1863, and currently...
London Zoo
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...London Zoo The purpose of the paper is to look at the operations of the London Zoo. More specifically, it will investigate the contribution of the operations function within the London Zoo's service environment. This paper will also present the challenges facing operations managers at a zoological park. It will critically evaluate strategic change and its impact on operations at the London zoo and apply the and theory of the research process. INTRODUCTION: There is much more that goes into a zoo than the zookeepers and the animals. It s something that most of us do not give much thought to. However, to run a zoo is a...
London city
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...London The increasing cases of religious extremism in Islam and rising trend of suspicion in the society has not left London without controversy. In the wake of media explosion, sensitivity of logos or images that pertains to religious inclinations has raised debate in London .The Logo of Olympic with 2012 elicited a heated conflict that overtook various media across UK and the world owing to the divergent interpretation it attracted. It is obvious that different cultural backgrounds attach diverse meaning to images. In that regard, the Olympic logo was coincidentally misinterpreted by Iranian nationalities as advancing the political ideology of Israel. Although most nations were comfortable...
London bombings
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...London on 7 July 2006 as a result of coordinated bombings at 3 points in the London underground train network and one double decker bus during the morning rush hour. About 700 were injured from the bombings: 340 at Russel Square; 90 at Aldgate; 163 at Edgware Road and 100 at the bus explosion at Tavistock Place. 350 of whom were treated at the scene and the rest treated at nearby hospitals: Royal London Hospital and St. Mary's Hospital in Paddington. Non-British victims of the bombing include people from Australia, China, Colombia, Israel, New Zealand, Poland, Romania and Sierra Leone ("Casualties of the 7 July 2005 London bombings", 2006... ). The three bombs at the underground...
Jack London
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...London: Connecting through Disconnection Literature involves its audience in a variety of profound, sometimes life-changing, ways simply by virtue of the way it communicates. By appealing to the audience’s emotions, morals, thoughts and social understandings through symbolic and occasionally blatant means, literature is able to bring about significant change within a short span of time. “Literature uses the normal means of communication – language images, symbols, codes, stories – but uses them with more complexity and subtlety than is normal in everyday communication” (Lye, 2003). Literature is an art form that uses the normal means of communication to greater complexity than the average...
London boulevard
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...LONDON BOULEVARD London Boulevard of the of the London Boulevard Brief Introduction of Movie After going through a number of movies and the novels on crimes, the movie we have selected for review is due to its uniqueness, exclusive subject coupled with its familiarity amongst the cine goers. The movie is “London Boulevard “. Each character of this film has played his/her appropriate role justifiably and sent a strong message to the criminals and the society alike that the days of criminals are numbered. In other words, every dog has a day. The film takes support of the rational choice theory of crime that is discussed in the essay. Plot When Harry Mitchell came out of the prison after... ?Running Head:...
London Economy
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...London Living Wage (LLW A case study of the banking sector Executive summary The concept of living wage has raised several concerns in the political, social and also economic world. The living wage can be defined as the wage rate sufficient to provide and meet the necessities and other social amenities that are essential at an acceptable standard of living (Howes, 2005). In London, the first campaign of living wage which was known as London Living Wage, was launched in 2001 by London citizens (Pollin, 2005). They included; schools, faith organizations, community groups and trade union branches. They argued that low income...
London striptease
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...LONDON STRIPTEASE: MODERN FEMALE SEXUALISATION Introduction According to the American Psychological Association, sexualisation refers to the state where a person values him/herself almost exclusively in accordance to his or her sexual appeal or character. This notion can also be used to describe a society, in terms of the way it values personality in relation to sexuality (Haug 1999: 06). Nowadays, especially in the Western World, sexualisation has risen to an all high with both men and women choosing nudity as a way to empower themselves. In London, for example, the striptease industry is currently booming and many people are flocking into related...
London Olympics
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...London Olympics 2006 Sustainable development has developed into a powerful and controversial theme in London Olympics Games, making apparently impossible goals for policy makers and development practitioners. Established trickle-down approaches to economic development enrich a few and stimulate growth in modern economies and sectors within traditional societies, most people's needs are not tackled; moreover, they contribute to depleting the world's store of natural wealth and to a deterioration in the quality of the natural environment (Loomis. 2000). A new discourse of sustainability is emerging, one that troubles thoughtful people, who are realizing the...
London striptease
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...LONDON STRIPTEASE: MODERN FEMALE SEXUALISATION Introduction According to the American Psychological Association, sexualisation refers to the state where a person values him/herself almost exclusively in accordance to his or her sexual appeal or character. This notion can also be used to describe a society, in terms of the way it values personality in relation to sexuality (Haug 1999: 06). Nowadays, especially in the Western World, sexualisation has risen to an all high with both men and women choosing nudity as a way to empower themselves. In London, for example, the striptease industry is currently booming and many people are flocking into related institutions e.g. the Jo King’s School... ...
Washington DC and London
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...London Washington D.C. and London are two of the very famous cities of the world. One of the most obvious correlations between Washington D.C. and London is that the two are capital cities and as such sit powers of two influential countries in the world—the former going to the United States and the latter United Kingdom (Chea 2012 ). Another similarity that cuts across these two cities, partly due to this reason, is the fact that they host a number of physical facilities that are both architecturally impressive and play literally the same role in their respective countries. The first is the White House in Washington... ?Deborah Vanderploeg Kelly Giesecke, M.A.,E.d ENC 1101 73B Feb 16, Washington DC and...
London: A Tourist Destination
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...London: A Tourist Destination Teacher: London: A Tourist Destination Introduction Tourism has slowly become the part of human life. There are innumerable tourist destinations in the world but London is one of the places that attract more tourists than any other destination in the world. London attracts more than 15 million tourists in a calendar year (Goosens 2000). London is well known for its attractions worldwide. Major attractions are museums of London that offer free entry. British museum in London besides projecting Britain culture also projects the culture of...
Tower of london
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...London By Insert Presented to Location Due Introduction The Tower Bridge is one of the oldest structures in the world that are still intact and as strong as they were built. The Tower Bridge stands strategically on the Thames River. It was constructed in 1066 by William the conqueror to act as a passage to the city. The Tower Bridge is part of the Tower of London, which is considered a symbol of royalty because it has served different strategic purposes since it was built in the 11th Century. The Tower Bridge structure has served as the headquarters of several state institutions, a military base, a prison, and a store of the national treasure. It has also served as a historic landmark... Tower of London...
promotion on London dungeons
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...London dungeons There are various methods of advertisements adopted and used by the London dungeons. The London dungeons uses poster as one of theirmodes of advertisement. They post digital posters on digital screens which serve to reach their target audience. Operated by Merlin Entertainments Group, the group advertises the events and the products it offers to their visitors through posting advertisements on the internet. Online advertisements are very effective since they are accessible to all and sundry and at all times. The advertisements are also done through publishing them in tourist guides. All visitors who seek information on all available tourist attractions will access these guide... ...
London Through Centuries
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...London: One can easily identify the fact that the growth and development of London as a metropolitan city and commercial hub is interconnected with the occupation of London by the Roman rulers. Within the modern context, the Museum of London acts the role of a canvas that displays the objects related to the Roman Empire or Londinium. The excavations discovered a number of archaeological evidences of a well developed society within the suburbs of London. Perring (2002, p.1) states that, “Roman London was built on the north bank of the Thames, the site of the modern city”. Our visit to the Museum of London helped us a lot to understand more... ?Essay, History and Political Science Introduction to Roman...
london transport in decline
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...London transport in decline LONDON TRANSPORT IN DECLINE GRACE SARKAR Order No. 352844 18 January Table of Contents Introduction… 3 The traveling scenario … 4 Travel costs … 6 The Underground and Dockland light railway (DLR) 7 Taxis … 9 Conclusion … 10 Sources … 11 Photos sources … 11 LONDON TRANSPORT IN DECLINE Introduction London is heavily populated with about 8 million people. This population dwarfs the tremendous flow of traffic in London by buses, underground and mainline railways, trams and cabs. However, considering the size of the passengers at 3 million daily,...
Air Pollution in London
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...London Air pollution occurs when the air contains gases, dust, fumes or odour in harmful amounts. That is, amounts which could be harmful to the health of humans and animals, or which could cause damage to the plants and materials. With increasing urbanisation and industrialisation, humans started to release more wastes into the atmosphere, and polluted the air. Air pollution is dangerous to our health and long term exposure to air pollution can shorten our life. Early exposure to air pollutants can slow down development and growth of the lungs in children. In London, air pollution is decreasing over the years due to several steps taken by the government to minimize air pollution... Air Pollution in...
London Congestion Pricing Program
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...London Congestion Pricing Program Introduction One of the several predicaments faced by big metropolises of the world is "Traffic Congestion", which requires government's involvement to develop coping strategies. One of such strategies is "Road Pricing", adopted by some countries like Singapore in 1975. In London congestion price was launched in central area whereas in Stockholm a similar version of road pricing was adopted in 2007 and the same is implemented in New York as well. This paper intends to elucidate the aims of London Government for congestion pricing and the objectives of policymakers behind it. An evaluation of its effectiveness is also presented here. Figure 1... Evaluation of the London...
Restaurant Business in London
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...London and their impact on the city. The analysis is supported by relevant examples from the industry. The Restaurant Industry in London There is a known Chinese curse ‘May you live in interesting times’. Life in London is definitely the same. London has all that you would need as a person. Life is affluent and peaceful. Hardly one fourth of the households do not have cars. There are an ever increasing number of women who earn a living. More than 50% of the houses in the city own a computer. Life expectancy is all time high 80 years for women and 75...  This paper is an attempt to understand, access and analyse the economic, social, environmental and investment elements of restaurant business in...
Politics in East London
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...London Introduction There are a total of 32 London Boroughs in the “Greater London” that include the boroughs of Hackney, Croydon, Tower Hamlets, and Lewisham in East London (politics.co.uk, 2013). Most of the functions of the local government are performed by the councils of the London boroughs. They assume the responsibility of a whole range of services that include but are not limited to housing, education, planning, social services, libraries, leisure and recreation, waste collection and disposal, collection of tax, and maintenance of environmental health and safety. This paper discusses the current political system and main challenges encountered by Hackney, Croydon, Tower... ?Politics in East...
beijing and london 2012
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...London A comparison between Beijing 2008 and London is an issue that has received various opinions all over the world. After the Beijing 2008, the world was keen to observe what Britain had in store for the billions that watched the event on media stations and the millions that actually toured London to watch the event live. The interesting thing is that various stakeholders have different opinion with regard to how the whole event went. While very few people have focused on the time management comparisons, many people have had their focus on the event in its entirety (Capps 1). Perhaps this is because of the fact that such crowds, as expected, were prepared for real... Olympics: Beijing 2008 and London ...
Sustainable Development of London
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...London London is one of the foremost among the cities of the world that have committed itself to environmentalism and sustainable development. In London, the community, government agencies and several voluntary organisations work responsibly towards creating a sustainable environment. The London Sustainable Development Commission was instituted in 2002 to advise the Mayor of London on how to make London an exemplary... The Application of Sustainability Hallmarks of a sustainable The world's climate is changing for the worse and the process is speeding up with increasing emissions of carbon dioxide, methane and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere (CABE 2009, p.3). The emissions are mainly due to...
Management - London 2012 Olympics
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...London Olympics Contents London Olympics Contents 2 Organisational Structure 3 Handy’s Model 6 10 Reference 11 Bibliography 12 Identifythe type of organisational structure adopted to organise and deliver the 2012 Olympic Games. Analyse the main benefits associated with that structure, and suggest what problems the organisers might experience as a result of the structure. Organisational Structure The London Olympics and Paralympics games organised a committee which was to look after at the affairs of the event, LOCOG was created with Lord Coe as its Chair. This committee is responsible for staging the games and to raise funds by means of...
London Case Study
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...London Olympic Games, the challenge was to ensure maximum participation and revenue for the organizations responsible for managing the events (President and Fellows of Harvard College, 1). A good pricing strategy enables organizations to utilize their resources effectively. The organizations are able to achieve this by ensuring that all available capacity is utilized effectively without unnecessary wastage. This reduces the operation cost since the fixed cost decreases with the increase in units of output. In 2012 London Olympic Games, organizers of the event were able to ensure... s Characteristics of a Good Pricing Strategy: Olympic Games Case Study Pricing refers to the process of estimating the...
London Olympics 2012
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...London 2012 Olympics. The title of film is ‘Construction in the games’ and it mainly deals with the legacy left by the construction industry in terms of employment and training for the locals. In the end, she points out there is a poor system of training in Britain as mostly the focus of training is on the traditional trades. Since the training from surrounding colleges is inadequate, according to professor, it would be extremely difficult to fulfil the legacy of the London Olympics. Economic Impact... Summary: The video is about the research findings of Linda Clarke, of European Industrial Relations, which she shares with the interviewer.The main focus of the video is about the impact on the...
London Olympics 2012
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...London in 2012. London is England’s capital city. It is a metropolitan city and is claimed to be the largest city of Britain. It has been there for 2 centuries and its history dates back to the Roman Empire. Major world events have also taken place in London... Running Head: Olympics Executive Summary: Olympic Games are one of the biggest international events. It features both summer and winter sports in which thousands of athletes participate in a variety of competitions. The games are held in every two years on even numbered years only. Summer and Winter Olympic games, alternate every next year which means that the seasonal games are held every four years. The next big Olympics will be held in London i...
Post-colonial London
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...London The existence of hegemonic stories about London is not a new phenomenon. The stories focus onLondon’s hegemonic nature during the colonial period, emphasizing on the tactics that the country used to, at one time, dominate about 50% of the world. In recent times however, postcolonial writers and literary critics have responded to stories and works of authors focusing on dominant cultures via the filters of the twentieth century Western thinker, themselves explicitly antagonist to Western traditions. For instance, consider the position of Edward’s Said critique concerning the coercive structures of the Oriental knowledge paradigms without Michel Foucault. Alternatively, consider... Postcolonial...
London Elections 2006
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...London Elections 2006 Prime minister Tony Blair's popularity has been on a decline for quite some time. The local elections on May 4 were going to be a test of public mood, but the results turned out to be disappointingly predictible. That the Labour were headed for a drubbing had been widely predicted. Psephologists forecasted the biggest disaster for the Labour party in almost four decades (Sherman et al. 2006), and in retrospect they were not far off the target. To begin with, no one was expecting good results for the Labour, but to add fuel to the fire, just in the days and weeks leading up to the elections a sex scandal in relation with a Labour MP broke out, plus...
New London Airport
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...London Airport in the Thames estuary by the minister of Transport Boris Johnson, The London Mayor, is looking for viability of a new airport in Thames estuary. The 24-hour airport would be a four runway expandable to six runways to replace both Heathrow and Gatwick in due course. The environmental agency and European Union both have criticised the idea of a third runway in Heathrow on account of noise pollution and global warming (Murray 2008; Katz 2008). The cost and attractiveness of such schemes depends heavily on the nature of the site, its distance from centres of demand and the airport capacity available elsewhere... LTA230037 Assessment of data and criteria needed for full evaluation of New...
William Blake's "London"
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...London” (p. 472). Pick out two or three specific lines or details and try to explain what they mean and how they work to help create the poem's overall effect.  As William Blake opens his poem “London” with “I wander thro’ each charter’d street; Near where the charter'd Thames does flow”, he means to reflect the state of misery which the city of London was confronted with in the 18th century. Blake lived in the time when tumultuous political affairs of the unscrupulous English authorities prevailed in the period coinciding the French Revolution and under such settings, the structure of law possessed rigidity... The general tone of angry social criticism is probably pretty obvious in William Blake’s...
London 2012 Olympic Games
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...London Olympics Task: London Olympics Problem identification This write up evaluates the problems facing the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG) in their bid to prepare the Olympic Games in 2012. It evaluates the opportunities and the challenges that the community faces in its duties (Gourville & Bertini, 2011). The committee had the lessons from recent games prepared in other cities, for example, the Sydney and the Beijing Olympics. These two events provide an appropriate reference, for the organizing committee, since the number of sports and the projected attendance are close to those anticipated in...
Thames tunnel (london)
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...London beneath the River Thames. There was no land that could connect the South and north banks of the Thames and to connect the expanding docks on either side of the River. It was designed and constructed between 1825 and 1843 by engineer Marc Brunel. Marc Brunel used a revolutionary tunnel shield to build the tunnel. This tunnel comprised of 36 cells and gave provision for a workman to be engaged independent of others. The device was propelled by a screw, which drove it forward in 4.5in/114mm steps. The tunnel measures 11m (35 feet) wide 6m (20 feet) high and 396... Thames Tunnel The Thames Tunnel, a tunnel joining Rotherhithe to Wapping, was the first ever under a river tunnel. It was constructed in...
Thames tunnel (london)
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...London beneath the River Thames. There was no land that could connect the South and north banks of the Thames and to connect the expanding docks on either side of the River. It was designed and constructed between 1825 and 1843 by engineer Marc Brunel. Marc Brunel used a revolutionary tunnel shield to build the tunnel. This tunnel comprised of 36 cells and gave provision for a workman to be engaged independent of others. The device was propelled by a screw, which drove it forward in 4.5in/114mm steps. The tunnel measures 11m (35 feet) wide 6m (20 feet) high and 396... Thames Tunnel The Thames Tunnel, a tunnel joining Rotherhithe to Wapping, was the first ever under a river tunnel. It was constructed in...
London Metropolitan Police
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...London Metropolitan Police Introduction London Metropolitan Police was established in 1829 by Sir Robert Peel with an act of parliament. The act wasaimed at improving police service within the periphery and the outskirts of the metropolis. This act later came to be known as the Metropolitan Police Act. Robert believed that a strong, successful police organization should be grounded on the principles of fairness, truthfulness, and honesty. To him, policemen and women are the mirror through which the acts of the general public are reflected. There was to be no difference between the police and the general public, a spirit that drove him into forming a police...
MARKETING OF LONDON EYE
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...London Eye Introduction Every type of business is a constant process of decision-making, which starts with a first idea to become an entrepreneur and includes stepwise plan elaboration of the future performance. Setting up own company requires considerations about numerous of queries that are able to influence on possibility of success drastically. Businessmen must have distinct comprehension about the main need, which is supposed to be satisfied with produced goods and services, target audience, quantity of required resources, demand level, presence of competitors, existing pricing policy, advertising campaigns and others. All these questions can be answered with a help of marketing... Marketing of...
London Networking Solutions
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...LONDON NETWORKING SOLUTIONS. THE COMPANY INTERESTED IN THEAQUISITION London Networking Solutions is a Telecommunication company situated in the City of London. It's a small scale business founded to offer network installations in the ever growing IT market. This company has great target of expanding and with time, outdo all other information technology companies. One of its key strategies is to emphasis on acquisitions of other similar companies, so that it can monopolize the market. As the main market driver then, the company will enjoy lots of privileges. These will mean more profit to London Networking... A REPORT ON ORGANISATION OF INNOVATION AND CHANGE IN A TELECOMMUNICATION COMPANY CALLED LONDON...
London Stock Exchange
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...London Stock Exchange Project management is a complex procedure and involves taking into account several different areas (finance, planning, goals) to achieve a set end-result. It does, however, not always go to plan, and there have been many examples of when project management has been the reason why a company or an individual endeavour has gone badly or bust. It is particularly interesting to consider this from a computer science perspective, as often software promises a lot to the company or consumer and can fail to deliver. Failure can occur for many reasons, not least of which is that the project management for the software is bad. This can cost the company (or the public... ?Project Management:...
Restaurant Business in London
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...London The important elements of restaurant business are to precisely define the business, identify the goals and servethe restaurant with at its best. . Pro forma balance sheet, an income statement, planning precise strategies and cash flow analyses comprises the basic components of a restaurant business. Preparing a marketing plan helps in the allocation of resources properly, making good decisions and handling of unseen or unexpected complications that may become hurdle in the future development of the business. One of the important aspects of restaurant business is that it provides organized information and importantly a good business plan helps in attaining a loan... Restaurant Business in London...
Inamo restaurant in London
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...London which is state of the art in technology, from booking online to selecting menu from touch screens. Details will be discussed later in the report to enlighten the common user of the powers of technology in any field. From always-on access to guest reservation systems to personalized services delivered where and when on the wish of the customer, the pressure on companies to upgrade themselves on the technology front is ever so growing (White, 2005). LITERATURE... ? and Section # of Contents Page Introduction 3 2. Literature   4 2 Ordering Online 4 4. Findings 4.1 Innovative ideas 6 4.2 Automated experience 7 4.3 Technology Thrust 8 4.4 Technical Specifications 8 4.5 System Management 9 5. Conclusion ...
the london olympics
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...London Olympics of September 24, Executive Summary The London Olympics of is one of the largest mega-events to be held at an international level. To meet the requirements of visitors is also the need to create a technological infrastructure that enhances the comfort of those from other countries, as well as the security that is available. This research paper will examine the proponents of the technology that is being used as well as the gaps that have been made between government policies and expectations and the availability of technology for the games. Furthermore, it will look at how this will affect businesses and society with the restructuring of the city to hold... IT Infrastructure of the...
Transport System of London
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...London transport in decline LONDON TRANSPORT IN DECLINE GRACE SARKAR Order No. 352844 18 January Table of Contents Introduction 3 The traveling scenario 4 Travel costs 6 The Underground and Dockland light railway (DLR) 7 Taxis 9 Conclusion 10 Sources 11 Photos sources 11 LONDON TRANSPORT IN DECLINE Introduction London is heavily populated with about 8 million people. This population dwarfs the tremendous flow of traffic in London by buses, underground and mainline railways, trams and cabs. However, considering the size of...
Aerobics class in london
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...LONDON REPORT BASED ON CENTRAL YMCA CLUB. Due Introduction This report paper concernsaerobics classes in London. This report paper will clearly be evidence for the importance of attending fitness center classes. Aerobic / fitness classes offer palpable reimbursement of health, fitness and wellbeing of an individual. The purpose of this paper is to find out opportunities provided for the community to engage in sporting activities and which groups of people the sport activities target. This paper will reveal research findings and results after visiting a community sports leisure center. Activities carried out in the center will be mentioned as well as the targeted groups... attendance based on...
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