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  • "in To The Wild" (Dans la nature) Résumer En Anglais.

    "in To The Wild" (Dans la nature) Résumer En Anglais.

    END OF THE TRAIL Lured by idealism or demons unknown, hiker Christopher McCandless found a lonely death in Alaska. by Jean Deneufbourg Christopher McCandless was born in 1968 in the state of Washington, where he still lived during his Childhood. Chris McCandless was an intelligent, extremely intense young man with a streak of stubborn idealism. He grew up in a wealthy suburb of Washington D.C, where he succeeded both academically and athletically. He graduated from

    288 Mots / 2 Pages
  • The danger of robots

    The danger of robots

    To begin with a robot is a mechatronical device doing tasks which are dangerous, repetitive or impossible for humans. Robots are a complex assembly of mechanical and electronical parts. We’re going to present you domestic robots. A domestic robot is a robot used to do household chores. The first domestic robot to be sold was “Aibo” and it was built by Sony in 1999. Today the most sold robot is a vacuum robot, the “Roomba”

    356 Mots / 2 Pages
  • Renault Nissan - The Making Of A Global Alliance

    Renault Nissan - The Making Of A Global Alliance

    Renault/Nissan: The Making of a Global Alliance Prepared By: Jason Park & Isaac Hattem Why is Renault seeking a strategic partner? What are Renault’s strengths and weaknesses in seeking a partner? The most successful strategic alliances are between companies with complementary strengths and weaknesses. Renault has been building cars since it was started under the name Société Renault Frères. Louis Renault, his brothers Marcel and Fernand, and his friends Thomas Evert and Julian Wyer founded

    7 866 Mots / 32 Pages
  • The city of New York

    The city of New York

    New York1 (/nuː ˈjɔrk/ ), officiellement City of New York2, autrement connue sous les noms et abréviations de New York City ou NYC, est la plus grande ville des États-Unis et l'une des plus importantes du continent américain. Elle se situe dans le Nord-Est des États-Unis, sur la côte atlantique, à l'extrémité sud-est de l'État de New York. La ville de New York se compose de cinq arrondissements appelés « boroughs » : Manhattan, Brooklyn,

    498 Mots / 2 Pages
  • The End Of Cold War

    The End Of Cold War

    Max Ranger THE END OF THE COLD WAR a.What was the Second Cold War? The Second World War is a notion used by contemporary historians to describe the intense degradation of East-West relations which had been softened during Détente. The initial notion, used to picture the reawakening of tensions between the USSR and the USA, belongs to Brezhnev, General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, who stated on June 1st 1978 in

    2 508 Mots / 11 Pages
  • The importance of water to human beings

    The importance of water to human beings

    The main topic this class discussion deals with is the importance of water to human beings. The articles raise new issues that few of us know about. The worst thing most humans fear is the disappearance of water as a drinking and irrigating source. The articles discussed subjects beyond the ordinary issues. In fact it deals with water as a natural leaving environment for millions of species. Experts have identified dead zones called Hypoxic areas

    421 Mots / 2 Pages
  • The Effects Of Basel III

    The Effects Of Basel III

    The causes of the crisis are complex, multiple and wide spread gue to the interconnectedness of the financial system. However the effects were not felt the same way in all the countries and some were lefts unscathed such as Brazil, Russia or Asia in general. There are many explanations on why the financial crisis occured : macro economic imbalances, lax monetary policies, regulatory and supervisory failures, too big to fail and dissorted incentives, excesses of

    5 934 Mots / 24 Pages
  • The problem of immigration in the EU

    The problem of immigration in the EU

    Abstract This paper is dedicated to the problem of migration as an inevitable and controversial process. The research conducted in this paper is based on following the evolution of the EU documents and analyzing migration statistics and findings provided by experts in this area. The main finding of this study lies in the fact that there is a permanent contradiction within the European Union between the need for common actions and the national interests of

    2 481 Mots / 10 Pages
  • The use of " lorem ipsum "

    The use of " lorem ipsum "

    In publishing and graphic design, lorem ipsum[1] is placeholder text (filler text) commonly used to demonstrate the graphics elements of a document or visual presentation, such as font, typography, and layout, by removing the distraction of meaningful content. The lorem ipsum text is typically a section of a Latin text by Cicero with words altered, added and removed that make it nonsensical in meaning and not proper Latin.[1] Even though "lorem ipsum" may arouse curiosity

    1 450 Mots / 6 Pages
  • The accession of Iceland to the European Union.

    The accession of Iceland to the European Union.

    The European Commission has today finalised a series of aid programmes to support reforms in countries wishing to join the EU. The funding, totalling almost 1 billion euro, comes under the 2011 budget of the Instrument for pre-accession Assistance, and will be available to Western Balkans, Turkey, and Iceland. In fact, since July the 17th 2009, Iceland confirmed it desire to join European Union. This decision was a huge surprise for a lot of specialists,

    1 442 Mots / 6 Pages
  • Political Ideologies : Abnegation Or Fulfillment Of The State Intervention ?

    Political Ideologies : Abnegation Or Fulfillment Of The State Intervention ?

    Introduction From the communist regime in the ex-USSR to the more liberal view in The United States of America, political ideologies have evolved over time and influenced the view on the role of the state. Through time and space, the intervention of the state has varied according to the intrinsic characteristics of political ideologies. Nowadays, the term of welfare state is well known and highly valued under certain ideologies whereas other consider the state as

    1 771 Mots / 8 Pages
  • Résumé How To Master The Art Of Selling ? CHAP 1&2

    Résumé How To Master The Art Of Selling ? CHAP 1&2

    How to master the art of selling ? 1-Qu'est ce que le métier de la vente réellement ? Réussir est un investissement personnel en temps, en argent Il faut voir la vente comme un challenge de tous les jours dans lequel il faut rester positif, les seules limites que l'on a sont celles que l'on se fixe, on peut être qui on veux On ne naît pas « excellent vendeur » cela s'apprend » Un excellent vendeur doit : Faire de

    671 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The Bank of England

    The Bank of England

    When the Bank of England changes the official interest rate it is attempting to influence the overall level of expenditure in the economy. When the amount of money spent grows more quickly than the volume of output produced, inflation is the result. In this way, changes in interest rates are used to control inflation. The Bank of England sets an interest rate at which it lends to financial institutions. This interest rate then affects the

    216 Mots / 1 Pages
  • What Were The Triggers Of Culture Change In Japan During The 1990s ?

    What Were The Triggers Of Culture Change In Japan During The 1990s ?

    The type of culture that facilitated Japan to hold onto its people and acquired knowledge and become consistently stronger each year was that of Confucian beliefs. Confucian values are essentially derived from three ingredients which are high moral conduct and loyalty to others, reciprocal obligations to show appreciation of network involvement, and honesty in dealing with others. The primary triggers of cultural changes in Japan during the 1990s were influenced by later generation born after

    376 Mots / 2 Pages
  • The internationalization of Marks & Spencer

    The internationalization of Marks & Spencer

    This case study describes the internationalization of Marks & Spencer (M&S), a giant British retailer. In recent years, the company has suffered a series of misfortunes, both at home (Britain) and abroad. Company sales have dropped, stock prices and market capitalization were substantially reduced, and overseas profits have declined. In January 1999, following a terrible earning announcement, the company announced that it had formed a marketing department, forcing the company to become more proactive and

    342 Mots / 2 Pages
  • Leadership And The Fate Of Organizations

    Leadership And The Fate Of Organizations

    Leadership and the Fate of Organizations Robert B. Kaiser Kaplan DeVries Inc. Robert Hogan Hogan Assessment Systems S. Bartholomew Craig North Carolina State University and Kaplan DeVries Inc. This article concerns the real-world importance of leadership for the success or failure of organizations and social institutions. The authors propose conceptualizing leadership and evaluating leaders in terms of the performance of the team or organization for which they are responsible. The authors next offer a taxonomy

    8 107 Mots / 33 Pages
  • Yoram Barzel, Measurement Cost and the Organization of Markets

    Yoram Barzel, Measurement Cost and the Organization of Markets

    Yoram Barzel, Measurement Cost and the Organization of Markets, Journal of Law and Economics, Vol. 25, No. 1 (Avril, 1982), pp. 27-42. Yoram Barzel introduit la nécessité de prendre en compte les coûts liés à l’obtention de l’information sur les produits dans le cadre des échanges marchands (coûts de mesures). A travers divers exemples, l’auteur présente les problèmes de mesures excessives (vérifications excessives, catégorisation des marchandises, sélections) qui surviennent généralement sur les marchés de biens

    1 262 Mots / 6 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
  • « 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
  • The Economics Of Luxury Goods - Utility Based On Exclusivity

    The Economics Of Luxury Goods - Utility Based On Exclusivity

    We propose a model describing consumer demand for a luxury good, in which the perceived quality of the good is related to its exclusivity, that in turn depends on the number of consumers buying it. We use this model to analyze the optimal production and price setting decisions of a luxury good manufacturer and contrast them with the decisions that would be made by a social planner. We show that irrespective of the way social

    291 Mots / 2 Pages
  • Sport, the secret of success : practice

    Sport, the secret of success : practice

    I) GENERAL INTRODUCTION The secret of success in art, sport, music, business and science is practice. To be good at music or sport, one needs to spend hundreds of hours of practice. To achieve international stardom, one needs to do even more practice. The research finding that practice is the key to learning seems to support what we have long believed to be one of the most important axioms of learning, i.e., “practice makes perfect‟.

    4 699 Mots / 19 Pages
  • The type of website

    The type of website

    This article is about the type of website. For other uses, see Wiki (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Wikipedia. "Edit summary" redirects here. For edit summaries as used in Wikipedia, see Help:Edit summary. "WikiNode" redirects here. For the WikiNode of Wikipedia, see Wikipedia:WikiNode. Ward Cunningham, inventor of the wikiA wiki (i/ˈwɪkiː/ WIK-ee) is a website which allows its users to add, modify, or delete its content via a web browser usually using a simplified

    839 Mots / 4 Pages
  • Éude de l'histoire Bartleby The Srivener de Herman Melville (document en anglais)

    Éude de l'histoire Bartleby The Srivener de Herman Melville (document en anglais)

    Bartleby the Scrivener Bartleby the scrivener is a short story of Herman Melville published in Putnam’s Monthly in November 1853. The story is told by an external narrator who is a jurist of Wall Street committing in its study Bartleby as a scrivener. In his study, the narrator has already 3 employees: Turkey, Nippers and Ginger Nut. Both first ones are copyists and the last one is an office assistant. The narrator obtains a post

    517 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 title of Talibé

    The title of Talibé

    “Talibé” is a disciple or student learning the Koran. We wish to submit the boys in this life because parents are attached to the culture or they are poor. Several causes have been given by the families of these children who are supported by some who say it is important for the religion, to give alms to exorcise the evil spells, open the gates of happiness, glory the power to cure certain diseases. However, these

    217 Mots / 1 Pages