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  • Name Change in Marriage

    Name Change in Marriage

    “The Name Is Mine” As a 21 year old male how I feel is completely irrelevant, I have not much say in whether or not my future wife decides to take my last name. Do I hope that my wife will make the choice to take my last name? Absolutely. But what is boils down to is that the choice is not mine. The way I was brought, up taking the husbands name was

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    Submitted: November 17, 2009 By: Tasha
  • The Nation of Growth - the Tide Is a Changing

    The Nation of Growth - the Tide Is a Changing

    Expanding Nation October 18, 2005 THE NATION OF GROWTH The tide is a changing At the beginning of the 1900's the nation faced its biggest changes since the revolutionary war. During the time between the revolution and the war of 1812 the economy of the country was largely tied to international trade, if our international partners stopped buying our goods such as tobacco and timber then the whole domestic economy faltered. Americans remained mostly self-sufficient.

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    Submitted: November 17, 2009 By: Top
  • What Environment Do Wolf Spiders Prefer to Live in and What Is Their Response to a Change in Environment?

    What Environment Do Wolf Spiders Prefer to Live in and What Is Their Response to a Change in Environment?

    What Environment do Wolf Spiders Prefer to Live in and What is Their Response to a Change in Environment? Abstract What environment do wolf spiders prefer to live in and what is their response to a change in environment? After performing experiments on wolf spiders it was determined that they prefer to reside in an area covered with leaves over an area devoid of any material. It was also determined that temperature plays a role

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    Submitted: November 17, 2009 By: Kevin
  • Product Pricing: Economics Beef Industry

    Product Pricing: Economics Beef Industry

    Product Pricing The U.S. Cattle and Beef Industry ECO 533/ Economics for Managerial Decision Making June 7, 2006 The U.S. beef and cattle industry has historically played a critical role in fulfilling consumer beef demand domestically and abroad. Beef tenderness, juiciness, flavor, consistent quality, consumer health and nutrition, trust and product brand are all determinants of how consumers demand beef products (Beef Update, 2005). Beef consumption and prices were high in the 1980s, but

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    Submitted: November 17, 2009 By: Andrew
  • Music

    Music

    Adachi, Mayumi & Trehub, Sandra E. (1998). Children's expression of emotion in song. Psychology of Music, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 133-153. Behrens, Gene Ann & Green, Samuel B. (1993). The ability to identify emotional content of solo improvisations performed vocally and on three different instruments. Psychology of Music, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 20-33. Bever, Thomas (1988). A cognitive theory of emotion and aesthetics in music. Psychomusicology, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 165-. Bouhuys,

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    Submitted: November 17, 2009 By: Anna
  • Persuasive Speech on Industrial Hemp

    Persuasive Speech on Industrial Hemp

    Do any of you know the difference between industrial hemp and marijuana? Would you like to? The purpose of this speech is to explain the differences in marijuana and industrial hemp, and to show the need to reform the present hemp laws in the United States in order to make hemp available for industrial purposes. The hemp plant shows its unique versatility by having many uses in industry and hemp has many distinct benefits over

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    Submitted: November 17, 2009 By: David
  • Expose the Noise: Music Through Time

    Expose the Noise: Music Through Time

    Music Expose the Noise: Music Through Time Rock and Roll has been apart of peoples lives for an extremely long time; classic rock, modern rock and hard rock can be classified by development of their lyrics over time. There lyrics are similar but very different in there own way. With Classic rock having one tone and Modern with another and Hard rock with a completely different sound all evolved from the same background. Beginning with

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    Submitted: November 17, 2009 By: Andrew
  • Financial Statements: Industry Comparison

    Financial Statements: Industry Comparison

    Financial Statements: Industry Comparison University of Phoenix BSA 500: Business Systems I Instructor: May 28, 2007 Financial Statements: Industry Comparison More often managers are exposed to financial data and the need exists to develop knowledge and understanding of financial accounting concepts and principals. Nearly all companies prepare financial statements of some type and the complexity of those statements will vary. The analysis and interpretations of financial statements is made easier by the preparation of financial

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Andrew
  • The Effects of Climatic Change on the Fall of Civilization

    The Effects of Climatic Change on the Fall of Civilization

    For decades, the dominant view has been that cultural factors- war, religion, trade, palace intrigue- explain civilizations' ups and downs (Grossman 2002). As we are brought up through the educational system, tons of papers are written and chapters in textbooks are devoted to the clashes of armies and philosophies throughout history. What doesn't get nearly as much attention are climate and geographical factors during the life span of empires and civilization. Looking at two societies,

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Fatih
  • Investigating How the Relative Molecular Mass Changes in Heat Combustion of an Alcohol:

    Investigating How the Relative Molecular Mass Changes in Heat Combustion of an Alcohol:

    Investigating How the Relative Molecular Mass Changes in Heat Combustion of an Alcohol Planning Introduction ============ As alcohol burns in air it gives out energy as heat and light. I am going to investigate how the energy output of an alcohol in combustion changes, with increased relative molecular mass, or RMM. RMM is the sum of the atomic masses of every atom in the molecule. Using the alcohols: Methanol, Ethanol, Propan-1-ol, Butan-1-ol and Pentan-1-ol, I

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: July
  • Possible Cultural Changes Inside Google Company

    Possible Cultural Changes Inside Google Company

    A multicultural workforce can present difficulties with teamwork and communications. The problem is that in a multicultural work environment there is different communications styles, traditions, rules, etc. Large companies such as Google Co, the one that we are going to be studying have to organize and manage work teams around the globe. This represents a big challenge for the company. In this research paper we are going to analyze how a multicultural workforce can bring

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Artur
  • Reverand Hale a Changed Man

    Reverand Hale a Changed Man

    Reverand Hale a changed man “We shall need hard study if it comes to tracking down the Old Boy.” As Reverend Hale spoke these words he became a dynamic character in The Crucible. He was an intellectual, confident man, who became a desperate minister in the end. The three strongest characteristics of Reverend Hale’s change are his self-confidence, his reliance on knowledge, and his desire to save people. “I came into this village like a

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    Essay Length: 343 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Mike
  • Change Management

    Change Management

    Change Management Mark Nienke Management 330 Fred Eidson November 12, 2003 Abstract How do people survive in the changing business world today? Some people even excel with the dynamics of change. In today’s business would one must change or be left behind hold the proverbial empty bag. Wonderful leaders create there own opportunities and fight for what they believe in. During a transition teambuilding within a company is one of the most important things

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Tommy
  • Despite a Growing Domestic Demand, Manufacturing Remains the Weakest Link in India's Telecom Industry Value Chain

    Despite a Growing Domestic Demand, Manufacturing Remains the Weakest Link in India's Telecom Industry Value Chain

    Despite a growing domestic demand, manufacturing remains the weakest link in India’s telecom industry value chain Ravi Shekhar Pandey Tuesday, May 11, 2004 What do you think could be the biggest export to India from the US? Those pretending to be in the know are mostly likely to say computer products or defense equipment (the later perhaps influenced by the newfound Indo-US strategic bonhomie) or still others are likely to consider education as the biggest

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Victor
  • American Industrial Revolutin Dbq

    American Industrial Revolutin Dbq

    Prompt: Access the validity of the following statement: “Conditions in the United States were ripe for an industrial revolution in the early 1800’s.” “Reaping What You Sow”: The American Industrial Revolution “The economy of the United States before the War of 1812 was largely shaped by geography...” says Arnold S. Rice. Under Henry Clay’s American system, canals, railroads, and public education paramounted past internal improvements. (Doc B). The inventions oriented towards textile and locomotion sparked

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Bred
  • Rap Music

    Rap Music

    The cultural majority in America is up in arms over the rising levels of violence and horrific images that have seeped into popular entertainment. Movies, television, and music have always been controversial, but even they can cross the line between poor taste and immorality. Entertainment corporations and record labels don't even blink, when told of the excessive torture or satanic lyrics found in material. Producers and directors continue to push the envelop on what

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Wendy
  • The Industrial Relations System - a Historical Background

    The Industrial Relations System - a Historical Background

    Prior to 1965, the voluntary system of industrial relations patterned along the British system was in practice. Under such system, the concept of self-government and autonomy within industry was the key to industrial harmony. The two sides of industry were encouraged to regulate their collective relationship and to settle any dispute arising therefrom through their own efforts and through mutually agreed procedures, with minimal State intervention, such intervention being confined mainly to providing a legal

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Edward
  • Gene-Therapy: How Will It Change the Future of Genetic Disorders

    Gene-Therapy: How Will It Change the Future of Genetic Disorders

    Brad Miller Ms. Cheryl Weatherly English Composition and Research 2 July 2000 Gene-therapy: How will it Change the Future of Genetic Disorders Ten years ago researchers from the U.S., Britain, France, Germany, Japan and China sat down and began developing the most important map ever made. Instead of roads and landmarks, this was a map of letters. It was “a rough map of the 3 billion letters of genetic instructions that make us who [we]

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Jack
  • Privacy in Banking Industry

    Privacy in Banking Industry

    How much do trust your bank or other institutions that have access to your financial and personal information? It may be time that all Canadians ask themselves this important question. This is a major issue in today’s world. We are living in the Information Age, and with all the technological advances we experience daily, having access to any kind of information is literally at yours and everybody else’s fingertips. This paper will focus on one

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Fonta
  • Fahrenheit 451 Scene Change Analysis

    Fahrenheit 451 Scene Change Analysis

    If the setting in Fahrenheit 451 were moved back to the setting now it would greatly affect the plot and the characters. The overall mood in the futuristic city is dark, gloomy, and cold. It is illegal to own books and gain knowledge. The technology is very advanced and therefore people have lost interest in simple things like enjoying nature or having a meaningful conversation with one another. Instead they watch TV and listen to

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Fatih
  • The Wall - the Musical Film

    The Wall - the Musical Film

    Is there Anybody in There? In the musical film, The Wall, Roger Waters and Pink Floyd portray the protagonist, Pink, as a man who is delving into the realm of insanity. Over the course of the movie, Pink slowly spirals downward and becomes more paranoid and schizophrenic. His hallucinations increase in both quantity and horror. However, Pink’s fall into total insanity is mirrored by that of Chief Bromden in Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over the

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Anna
  • The Impact of Music Piracy

    The Impact of Music Piracy

    The Impact of Music Piracy According to the Recording Industry of America (RIAA) the record industry loses $4.3 billion dollars, worldwide, due to music piracy (RIAA, 2003). The American Federation of Artists claims that on-line music piracy has caused some record store sales to drop by 20% and that 20.6 billion illegal downloads occur every month (AFM, 2004). Many experts believe that music piracy is currently the number one threat to the music industry. RIAA

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Edward
  • Online Music Piracy

    Online Music Piracy

    Online Piracy Online piracy has continued to grow in this digital age. You’ll find a large majority of homes equipped with a computer and access to the outside internet. This is for the most part harmless for the average user, but as technology continues to pave the way, a greater ease of access to content is available to anyone who chooses to pursue it. Among this available content is illegal distributions of music, movies, games,

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    Submitted: November 19, 2009 By: Andrew
  • Problems with Illegal Music Downloading

    Problems with Illegal Music Downloading

    Problems With Illegal Music Downloading In May of 2003 Kazaa had become the most downloaded software in the world with 230 million copies downloaded worldwide (Basen N.P.). So that is at least 230 million potential customers who are not paying for a lot of the music they are listening to. Downloading music for free is illegal and the current punishments are not doing enough to stop all of the downloaders. On June 31st 1999 the

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    Submitted: November 19, 2009 By: Fatih
  • Introduction of Telecommunication Industry of Nepal

    Introduction of Telecommunication Industry of Nepal

    INTRODUCTION OF TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRY OF NEPAL A telecommunication system consists of three basic elements: a transmitter that takes information and converts it to a signal; a transmission medium that carries the signal; and, a receiver that receives the signal and converts it back into usable information. The world history of development of telecommunication is very long. But the history of telecommunication in Nepal is rather very young as compared to the history and culture of

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    Submitted: November 19, 2009 By: Kevin

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