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  • The Secret Dreamworld Of A Shopaholic

    The Secret Dreamworld Of A Shopaholic

    The Secret Dreamworld of a Shopaholic Ok. don't panic. Don't panic. It's only a VISA bill. It's a piece of paper; a few numbers. I mean, just how scary can a few numbers be? I stare out of the office window at a bus driving down Oxford Street, willing myself to open the white envelope sitting on my cluttered desk. It's only a piece of paper, I tell myself for the thousandth time. And I'm

    646 Mots / 3 Pages
  • Lord Of The Ring

    Lord Of The Ring

    Implement the best-selling and most successful in terms of JRR Tolkien's novel The Lord of the Rings happened in the collective imagination. From being a cult in the 60s, it is now a myth. And adapting a myth to a movie is a myth of the challenge. Challenge is working with Peter Jackson Millennium dusk, surrounded by a veritable armada, an army of costumers, makeup artists, designers, machinists, architects, actors dozens, producers etc ... All

    396 Mots / 2 Pages
  • Financial Analysis Of The French Football

    Financial Analysis Of The French Football

      Introduction Throughout this essay, we will analyze the financial dimension of football in France. Over the past few years, a new term has appeared to show this new dimension acquired by the football industry in the world: the football business. Originally, these two terms are not related by links; the football has been created to entertain people whereas business stands for a company with an economical purpose. Nevertheless, by attracting more and more fans,

    4 048 Mots / 17 Pages
  • Institutional Pressures, Corporate Reputation, And Voluntary Codes Of Conduct: An Examination Of The Equator Principles

    Institutional Pressures, Corporate Reputation, And Voluntary Codes Of Conduct: An Examination Of The Equator Principles

    Institutional Pressures, Corporate Reputation, and Voluntary Codes of Conduct: An Examination of the Equator Principles CHRISTOPHER WRIGHT AND ALEXIS RWABIZAMBUGA I n recent years, changing public expectations have increasingly induced firms to publicly declare their commitments to integrating a wide variety of public interest concerns into their corporate practices. In the United States and elsewhere, demands for firms to demonstrate sound management and social awareness have intensified after a series of corporate governance scandals that

    8 025 Mots / 33 Pages
  • MED Radio is among the main competitors of radio mars

    MED Radio is among the main competitors of radio mars

    MED RADIO is among the main competitors of radio mars Objectives A resident on completing his/her DMRD (Radio-diagnosis) should have acquired good basic knowledge in the various sub-specialties of radiology such as Neuro-radiology, GI-radiology, Uro-radiology, Vascular- radiology, Musculoskeletal, Interventional radiology, Emergency radiology, Pediatric radiology and Mammography, and be able to _ independently conduct and interpret all routine and special radiological and imaging investigations. _ Provide radiological services in acute emergency and trauma including its medico

    556 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The end stages of a PhD

    The end stages of a PhD

    The end stages of a PhD are a very good example of the principal of 'what goes up, must come down' . The key to success is a good start! 1. Starting The bare essentials are a) Make sure that you want to do PhD – that is, a time limited piece of defined research written under advice and in a fixed format - rather than, say, write an exciting novel, save the world, impress

    549 Mots / 3 Pages
  • « Wreck of the Ole 97 train » 1943, Thomas Hart Benton

    « Wreck of the Ole 97 train » 1943, Thomas Hart Benton

    « Wreck of the Ole 97 train » 1943, Thomas Hart Benton Peintre Américain (1889-1979) Il dénonce l'industrialisation. Ses toiles représentent des scènes de la vie quotidienne Ce sont des paysans contre l'industrialisation. Violente opposition entre les couleurs. Le personnage du train est moins détaillé que ceux de la calèche. Total refus du modernisme, de l'industrialisation → RIMBAUD « Rue de Paris », temps de pluie, 1877; Gustave Caillebotte Peintre français (1848-1894) Membre du groupe

    277 Mots / 2 Pages
  • Geography Of The US

    Geography Of The US

    PORTRAIT OF THE USA From Sea to Shining Sea Geography and regional characteristics The French anthropologist Claude Levi-Strauss has written of the "mental click" he feels when arriving in the United States: an adjustment to the enormous landscapes and skylines. The so-called lower 48 states (all but Alaska and Hawaii) sprawl across 4,500 kilometers and four time zones. A car trip from coast to coast typically takes a minimum of five days - and that's

    2 890 Mots / 12 Pages
  • The financial crisis of 2007-2008

    The financial crisis of 2007-2008

    The financial crisis of 2007–2008, also known as the global financial crisis and 2008 financial crisis, is considered by many economists to be the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s.[1][2] It resulted in the threat of total collapse of large financial institutions, the bailout of banks by national governments, and downturns in stock markets around the world. In many areas, the housing market also suffered, resulting in evictions, foreclosures and prolonged

    521 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The History Of The Body Shop

    The History Of The Body Shop

    Our History “You’ve got to be hungry – for ideas, to make things happen and to see your vision made into reality.” Dame Anita Roddick. Human Rights Activist Founder of The Body Shop The very first The Body Shop® store opens on 26th March 1976 in Brighton, on the south coast of England. By 1978 a kiosk in Brussels became the first overseas franchise, and by 1982 new shops open at the rate of two

    1 294 Mots / 6 Pages
  • The modern game of tennis

    The modern game of tennis

    Tennis is a sport usually played between two players (singles) or between two teams of two players each (doubles). Each player uses a racket that is strung to strike a hollow rubber ball covered with felt over a net and into the opponent's court. The object of the game is to play the ball in such a way that the opponent is not able to play a good return.[1] Tennis is an Olympic sport and

    312 Mots / 2 Pages
  • The Grieving Of The Mother By Gwendolyn Brooks

    The Grieving Of The Mother By Gwendolyn Brooks

    The Grieving of The Mother "The Mother," by Gwendolyn Brooks, is about a mother who has experienced a number of abortions and now has remorse. You can feel the remorse she is going through when reading the poem. She is regretful, yet explains that she had no other choice. It is a heartfelt poem where she talks bout how she will not be able to do certain things for the children that she aborted. This

    514 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The National Culture Of France

    The National Culture Of France

    Key features of French culture a) The daily life of French The French food and wine are famous around the world. The cooking has a big place in French life, a lot of important events happen around a meal for example signing a contract or like for the family parties. In France, each event is an excuse to meet around a table! The secret recipes from Grandmother and the knowledge of wine are transmitted from

    469 Mots / 2 Pages
  • Étude du poème Ballad of the Landlord de Langston Hughes (document en anglais)

    Étude du poème Ballad of the Landlord de Langston Hughes (document en anglais)

    BALLAD OF THE LANDLORD The poem "Ballad of the Landlord" was written by Langston Hughes in the early to middle 1900's. This poem is an imaginary conversation between a black tenant and his landlord. It describes the poor living conditions of the blacks in New York's. The poem is narrated through four characters, each with its own point of view: a tenant, a landlord, the police, and the press. In the first stanza the tenant

    665 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The Example Of The Pharmaceutical Industry In The Celtic Tiger

    The Example Of The Pharmaceutical Industry In The Celtic Tiger

    The pharmaceutical industry and research in the field of chemistry are now an important part of the Irish economy which did not, however, pharmaceutical tradition before. Bristol-Myers Squibb (formerly Squibb) is the first company to settle in the country, followed in 1972 by Pfizer (patent for Viagra). Today eight of the top ten laboratories worldwide have chosen to design their products in Irish land and not without reason. Elan, Johnson & Johnson, Abbott, Roche ...

    555 Mots / 3 Pages
  • L’architecture expression vivante du corps humain / Architecture an expression of the human body

    L’architecture expression vivante du corps humain / Architecture an expression of the human body

    L’architecture expression vivante du corps humain / Architecture an expression of the human body             L’espace habité, l’espace conçu par l’homme est construit selon des images vivantes mêlant réalité et rêve, sensations et émotions, objectivité et subjectivité. Parmi ces images, le corps humain occupe une place prépondérante comme matrice des formes architecturales. Pour nous cette image s’est imposée avec l’expérience du projet et la pratique au pied du mur. Tout

    2 603 Mots / 11 Pages
  • The international festival of documentary film

    The international festival of documentary film

    Document.Art - The International Festival of Documentary Films Location: Pitesti/Romania Date: September 2013 Closing date: July 2013 Dedicated since its inception to tourism, the "Document. Art." Festival has enriched its sections, has displayed its openness for experimentation and innovation and has led to a favourable groundswell of genres. Any festival is, by its very purpose, a complex means of promoting both of the product of the film and the product represented by the host city.

    546 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The Maltese Island and The capital city of " La Valette "

    The Maltese Island and The capital city of " La Valette "

    The Maltese Island and The capital city of « La Valette ». Geography and general informations Malta ( officially the Republic of Malta) is a Southern European country consisting of an archipelago situated in the centre of the Mediterranean, 80 km south of Sicily, 284 km east of Tunisia and 333 km north of Libya. Malta covers just over 316 km^2 and It is also one of the most densely populated countries The country has

    1 511 Mots / 7 Pages
  • The Hospitality Industry At The Beginning Of The 21st Century

    The Hospitality Industry At The Beginning Of The 21st Century

    I. French management style in comparison to the American management style This first part is talking about the differences between two styles of management, both chosen in countries in which the hospitality industry and the tourism sector represent a big share of the gross domestic product. (G.D.P) We could wonder why we have chosen to talk about this subject, but in a certain way the answer has already been expressed. More quickly than other sectors,

    6 389 Mots / 26 Pages
  • Lord Of The Flies

    Lord Of The Flies

    Repères biographiques : William Golding est né en 1911 dans un village de Cornouailles. Dès son plus jeune âge, il dévore les classiques anglais et grecs. Après des études à Oxford, il devient acteur, directeur de théâtre, puis enseignant. En 1940, il est mobilisé dans la marine, et participera au Débarquement en 1944. En 1954 paraît Sa Majesté des Mouches. L’accueil de la critique est mitigé, mais l’œuvre connaîtra un succès mondial. En 1962, William

    770 Mots / 4 Pages
  • The Robot Of The Future

    The Robot Of The Future

    Dynamique Economique Année 2010-2011 L3 AES : Economie Générale 5 Table des matières Chapitre I : INTRODUCTION 1 Section 1 : L’intérêt d’une approche historique 1 Section 2 : La prise en compte du temps 2 Section 3 : Approche statique versus approche dynamique 4 Partie 1 : La croissance économique en longue période (1820-2010) en vue d’ensemble 5 Chapitre 2 : La croissance économique en longue période (1820-2010) : une vue d’ensemble 5 Section

    3 217 Mots / 13 Pages
  • To What Extent is the management Responsible for the Failures at Satyam, Damas, and Lehman Brothers ?

    To What Extent is the management Responsible for the Failures at Satyam, Damas, and Lehman Brothers ?

    To What Extent is the management Responsible for the Failures at Satyam, Damas, and Lehman Brothers? Faaiz Rehman 000895-018 Extended Essay Final Draft Business and Management Supervisor: Faraz Mirza 3390 Words Abstract The purpose of this extended essay is to look at three different Public Limited Companies in three different regions of the world-India, United Arab Emirates, and The United States of America, and determine which part of the management was responsible for the

    3 126 Mots / 13 Pages
  • G.Mosse, Fallen soldiers. Reshapping the Memory of the World War, 1990, Oxford. La « brutalisation des sociétés ».

    G.Mosse, Fallen soldiers. Reshapping the Memory of the World War, 1990, Oxford. La « brutalisation des sociétés ».

    A. Thèse de G.Mosse, Fallen soldiers. Reshapping the Memory of the World War, 1990, Oxford. La « brutalisation des sociétés ». « L’expérience et la transcendance de la guerre et de la mort ont-elles conduit à ce que l’on pourrait appeler la domestication de la guerre moderne, à son acceptation en tant qu’élément naturel de la vie politique et sociale », ce qui a pu aboutir par la suite aux camps de la mort ?

    775 Mots / 4 Pages
  • Etude d'un texte qui est un extrait de « The Nature of the physical world », de A.S Eddington publié en 1928

    Etude d'un texte qui est un extrait de « The Nature of the physical world », de A.S Eddington publié en 1928

    Le texte étudié est un extrait de « The Nature of the physical world », de A.S Eddington publié en 1928. Dans cet extrait il présente un objet qui est une table, . Il voit dans tous les objets un double, donc deux façon de les voir , la table qu’il perçoit et sur laquelle il s’appuie, et la table « scientifique » celle vue plus complexe par la science. Nous allons d’une part définir la table réelle ,

    688 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The Discovery Of The X-rays

    The Discovery Of The X-rays

    The discovery of the X-rays Röntgen was born on March 27, 1845, at Lennep in the Lower Rhine Province of Germany. He was the only child of a merchant and a cloth manufacturer. Röntgen was brought up in Netherlands after he and his family moved to Apeldoorn in 1848. Here he first received his early education at the Institute of Martinus Herman van Doorn. In 1861 attended the Utrecht Technical School. Unfortunately in 1863 he

    776 Mots / 4 Pages

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