Brief Review Of Platinums Medical Products And The Additional Funding Required - 1,680 words
Brief Review of PlatiNUMs Medical Products and the Additional Funding Required Andrew S. McAlister, CEO, Co-Founder Jason J. Smith, Senior Vice President, Co-Founder TO: Mr. Greg Krel, Chief Investment Officer FROM: Andrew S. , Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder Jason J. , Senior Vice President, Co-Founder SUBJECT: Report on purpose of additional funding required for future development of PlatiNUM Medical, Inc. This is the report on the latest cardiovascular medical device that you requested on This report discusses in explicit detail how we came to develop such an effective device. The research and study methods, which were used, will be introduced. We met with Doctors and patients in orde ...
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Motivational Theories - 802 words
The success of any organization depends on the ability of managers to provide a motivating environment for its employees. Motivated employees are more productive, happier, and stay with the organization longer. One of the primary tasks a manager faces is to find out what motivates their staff. By understanding employee needs, managers can understand what rewards to use to motivate them. Abraham Maslow proposed the theory called hierarchy of needs theory (370-396). Maslow believed that within every individual, there exists a hierarchy of five needs and that each level of need must be satisfied before an individual pursues the next higher level of need. As the individual progresses through the ...
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Gun Control - 517 words
Gun control is the limitation of the use and ownership of guns. Guns are a big part of American history. The first guns in America were used by the colonists for hunting. Later, the colonists used their guns to gain their independence from England. The Revolutionary war, along with all the other wars that followed, revolutionized the gun to meet the needs that warfare demanded. From the Wild West to Desert Storm, guns have become a part of American culture. Over the last hundred years, a new issue involving guns has risen. Gun control should be refined in America because guns cause suicides, gun related accidents, and crime in America. There are many suicides in America each year. More lives ...
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Kiss - 1,047 words
... r a while? Then why did you write that you are going to stay there for 7 months?" "Because it looks cool, doesn't?" "Ok, whatever you say, when are you leaving?" "I'm not sure, I haven't decided it yet. Linda, just sit down on the sofa for a minute, I will bring you the diary, ok?" I was waiting for him for more than a minute, and started to be curious and suddenly, I could hear a song. It was "Happy birth day to you" from The New Kids On The Block. And John was bringing a cake with 20 candles on it with the music and 20 roses. "Linda, you were so sad because you thought that I don't remember your birthday, right? I was going to do a surprise party for you tomorrow, but because you came ...
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Effects Of Lonliness In Of Mice And Men - 495 words
Have you ever been alone walking or lying on your bed thinking about how lonely you are? Do you ever wonder why you are sometimes ostracized from the group? You can experience loneliness, mentally or physically. It can also drive you out of your mind. In John Steinbecks, Of Mice and Men, Crooks, Candy, and Curlys wife have little to no friends and are forlorn. In the story, Curly is very over-protective of his wife and she feels very alone. Think I like to stay in the house all the time? she asks the guys, when they avoid speaking to her. In this quote, she is fed up and fears being abandoned by the guys because of her jealous husband. It makes her angry to be shunned by the only people she ...
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Paradise Lost - 1,166 words
So oft they fell / Into the same illusion, not as man / Whom they triumphed once lapsed. / Thus were they plagued (Milton, Book X, 570-72). Leaving the underworld, once again, defeated by the heavens. Although John Miltons epic poem, Paradise Lost, is considered to be a tragedy, it displays some reminders of a comic end. In its tenth book, when Satan returns to hell, there is the realization of two of the poems purposes: to assert Eternal Providence and to justify the ways of God to men. Book Ten is the end of Satans epic journey, portraying his return to hell. Throughout the poem, Satan, a figure of legendary signifigance, goes on a heroic quest. A quest in which he seeks power over Gods cr ...
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Moral Maturity - 842 words
In Charles Dickens' novel, Great Expectations, the main character Pip undergoes a constant moral maturing. Pip's original childhood innocence was stripped of him when he began to desire material wealth and influence. His fear of certain characters like Mrs. Joe and Magwitch inspired him to do some undesirable things. Next, when Pip was in London being supported by his convict, he spent his money recklessly in an attempt to gratify himself. Finally, after Pip realized the truth about people, his formerly selfish attitude turned altruistic and he accepted others for whom they are: not for what they look like. In Charles Dickens' novel Great Expectations, Pip experienced three basic stages of m ...
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Bubles - 1,502 words
I got home this morning at 5:00. I left to go out at around 6:00 pm yesterday. What I did was not the most intelligent actions that could ever be done, but I must say I had the time of my life. It is almost a known fact that whenever one takes certain drugs, an interesting night is ahead of them. My night started out with four friends and a whole bunch of illegal mushrooms. My name is Erin, my friends that started with me on my journey are Meredith, Jacky, and Adam. Usually when consuming a psychedelic drug such as mushrooms, there is some sort of planning involved. There is the matter of finding them, and buying them, although in last nights case, this wasnt true. Adam sells the fungus as a ...
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A Whtie Heron - 576 words
In "A White Heron", by Sarah Jewett, Sylvia's great love for nature and animals outweighs her and her family's needs. Sylvia's great passion for animals and nature leads to her great knowledge of the outdoors. Sylvia's expertise of birds including the white heron forces her to make a choice between saving the white heron or helping her family. Sylvia does both of these things because she is close to nature. Clearly, Syliva's great understanding of the outdoors and animals comes from her fondness of nature and its creatures. Sylvia knows a lot about many different types of birds. A man, known as the stranger, enthusiastically asks Sylvia, " 'So Sylvy knows all about birds, does she?' he excla ...
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Jane Eyre - 2,358 words
"Never, never, never quit..." -Winston Churchill If women on this Earth had given up, they would be where they were in the time of Charlotte Bront. Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bront, tells the story of a woman on a lifetime journey, progressing on the path of acceptance, in searching of sympathy. Throughout her journey, Jane encounters many obstacles to her intelligence. Jane lives in a world and in a time where society thought women were too fragile to ponder too much at once. Women at the time had barely any rights at all, and women were not allowed prominent positions. Male dominance proves to be the biggest obstruction at each stop of Jane's journey through Gateshead Hall, Lowood Institution ...
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Araby Light Vision And Beauty - 1,470 words
Light, vision and beauty by NWOSDM The setting in "Araby" reinforces the theme and the characters by using imagery of light, darkness and beauty. The experiences of the boy in James Joyce's "Araby" illustrate how people often expect more than ordinary reality can provide thus causing disillusionment as well as disappointment. The author uses dark and obscure references to make the boy's reality of living in the gloomy town of Araby more vivid. He uses dark and gloomy references to create the mood or atmosphere, and then changes to bright light references when discussing Mangan's sister (considered an example of beauty according to the young boy). The story expresses its theme through the set ...
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Henry Ford - 1,172 words
... needed. When Henry Ford came out with this idea of using mass-production, he had many quotes like; "Good work is hard unless you have good tools and clean surroundings. Employees and employers ought to be treated by the same standard. Are they indifferent?" Or, "Old production methods say that machines must aid man. Our idea is that man should aid the machine." He also said this, "Hard labor is for machines, not people." (The Story of Henry Ford). A few months after this assembly line was introduced Ford's workers started to get extremely angry because they were making more cars, and getting the same amount of pay. Because of this, the workers started quitting their jobs, which caused Fo ...
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Wuthering Heights - 887 words
The Substantial Choices that Altered Many Destinations The Earnshaw's and the Linton's both made many substantial choices that arbitrated their egotistic and non-egotistic destinations. Throughout the course of Emily Bronte's novel, Wuthering Heights, one may have noted Hareton and Catherines ability to overcome their differences, unlike their parents. Bronte shows the differences between her two main couples through their upbringing, characteristics, and their abilities. The elder Earnshaw and Linton's childhoods are different than the childhoods of their children. The Earnshaws upbringing was done at Wuthering Heights by their father. Wuthering Heights was a dark, stormy place, filled with ...
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Faucault - 410 words
Michael Foucaults writing in Right of Death and Power Over Life is one of the most confusing and difficult pieces of literature I have ever read. He thinks that the world was not created to have rules and laws; and by creating these laws we are just creating problems for the entire world. Foucault says that if a king were to wage war on his enemy, and required that his men fight, then the king is not directly proposing their death, because it was an indirect power of life or death. However if the kings subject raised up against him and then was brought to death, then the subject would be brought to death without a choice. Foucault tries to make us believe that a world without rules is the be ...
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Eveline - 527 words
Setting is one of the most significant elements in a story. The setting goes far beyond the simple physical attributes and external face value. It seems "Eveline" solely takes place in Dublin in an old room, but the setting actually plays a key role in the story. The setting in "Eveline" helps the reader to better understand the behavior of the main character. The setting in "Eveline" is paralyzing, and this helps the reader to understand why Eveline does not go with Frank to Buenos Aires. In the majority of the story Eveline "sat at the window," (512) which parallels with her paralysis because she does not move. Eveline "was going to go away like the others" (512) because she was one of the ...
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Mark Twain - 1,596 words
Mark Twain had an extreme love for the Mississippi River. His dreams were of becoming a steamboat pilot. Twain inspired others as they looked to him with great knowledge. He wanted to come home in glory as a pilot more than anything. Events in Mark Twains life come out in his writings and they are displayed in Life on the Mark Twain was the first American that appeared west of the Mississippi River. He was born Samuel Langhorne Clemens on November 30, 1835. Twain lived along the Mississippi River in the town of Hannibal until the age of eighteen. After his fathers death in 1847, Twain became an apprentice at two Hannibal printers. Most of Twains childhood is displayed throughout his work. He ...
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Where I Lived What I Lived Forthoreau - 379 words
In Where I Lived & What I Lived For, Thoreaus response towards nature is of admiration and value. His respect for nature is almost religious. This is depicted in the way he describes his love and adoration for nature. Thoreau is surrounded by nature and feels relaxed and relieved when he comes across it. He seems to encounter a very peaceful and quiet world in Nature. becomes a lower heaven itself so much the more important(Thoreau 63). He expresses nature in a heaven-like way, which shows his love and respect for it. He situates his house in the forest so he could be the one caged and have birds around him, instead of having a bird caged in his house. This makes him feel closer to nature, w ...
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Candide - 1,186 words
Candide Wealth and great materialistic possession brings happiness and success to most peoples lives. Although wealth does not always bring happiness, El Dorado was one society where all its inhabitants lived lives full of success and happiness. In Candide, wealth proved to guarantee a person a step forward in life and some sense of freedom. Sometimes when one lives in an environment consisting of total equality, one may prefer to leave and go to a different place where they would be considered superior and everyone else inferior to them. The people of El Dorado were so wealthy that they abused the things that they possessed that others would cherish. The children proved this when they were ...
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Great Gatsbys Dreams - 1,441 words
Materialism and Idealism in The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald is a novel which deals with the quest for wealth and power in society, in order for Gatsby's happiness to be fulfilled . The main character Jay Gatsby believes that if he achieves his financial goals that it would lead to his happiness and a better life. In his mind money equals happiness. Jay Gatsby believes in a sort of an American dream, that money equals happiness. To him being successful, having lots of money and every material object imaginable will fulfill the entire American dream, and result in acquiring the woman he loves. The true American dream describes a way of living that is full of hope and f ...
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Snapshots Of A Wedding - 449 words
Bessie Heads Snapshots of a Wedding is a perfect example of excessive uses of imagery, which projects ideas and concepts in my mind. The main underlying concepts and comparisons are that of tradition and modernity. Bessie Head projects multiple perspectives on the issues of tribal tradition and modernity. The overall tone, however, places small, yet growing, amounts of modernity in a traditional world. The set is Neo placed in the tribe and world of Kegoletile. Neo, Kegoletiles future wife, is certainly not traditional. And as well, she is educated. In many cultures, an educated wife would be looked at as a good thing, however in this culture, a good wife would be one with good manners, and ...
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