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Collective Bargaining In The Workplace - 2,201 words
... ely presumed not to have been intended by the parties to be a legally contract unless the agreement - (b) contains a provision which (however expressed) states that the parties intend that the agreement shall be a legally (2) Any collective agreement which does satisfy these conditions in subsection (1)(a) and (b) above shall be conclusively presumed to have been intended by the parties to be a legally enforceable There are four main advantages claimed for the legal enforcement of (a) collective agreements would have to become both more comprehensive and more precise in defining the rights and obligations of each party if their meaning and intend is to be capable of legal interpretation ...
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Advancements In Peripherals - 1,680 words
Recent Developments in Computer Peripherals Including an in-depth look at Multimedia Input Devices Development in Peripherals Three An in-depth look Digital Cameras Six The History of the Digital Camera Six A Peripheral device is any external device attached to a computer. Without Peripherals a computer is just a box full of wires, transistors and circuits, which is able to: - 1. Respond to a specific set of instructions in a well-defined manner. 2. Execute a prerecorded list of instructions (a program). The only problem being that without any input Peripherals you cannot tell the computer to do any of the above processes, and if you could, without an output device of some kind, the computer ...
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Remarketing Polaroid Onestep - 1,051 words
... buying double photographs would be eliminated. The product to be remarketed is the Polaroid OneStep. This product offers benefits both tangible and intangible benefits. Also, this is an old product in an old market that is going to appeal to a different segment of the market. The place for the product would be found in retail stores and on the Internet. For instance, the product will be on the shelves of mass merchandise retailers such as Wal-Mart and K-mart along with department stores such as Ames. In addition, catalog showroom stores like Service Merchandise will carry the product. The channel of distribution in the case would start at the manufacturer, to the wholesaler next and then ...
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Investments - 1,166 words
... hares. Arizona Public Service Company Ticker Symbol: AZD Shares Bought: 400 Beginning Stock Price: $25.5000 Ending Stock Price: $25.375 Holding Period Return: .9951 Annualized Holding Period Return: -.0253 This, like most utility companies, is a very steady stock with few fluctuations. Its 52-week high occurred last October at a price of $27.50 per share. It declined to right above $25 per share when I bought it. Nothing much happened at all for this stock. Heinz H J Company Ticker Symbol: HNZ Shares Bought: 200 Beginning Stock Price: $43.5000 Ending Stock Price: $42.6250 Holding Period Return: .9799 Annualized Holding Period Return: -.1005 Heinz's stock was selling for over $60 per shar ...
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Running From Beer Bottles And Rocks - 1,744 words
Americans have several different views on other countries. The people who seem to criticize these other cultures are mostly people who havent been to these countries and have the typical Im better than you attitude. Just because our country is one of the top military and political powers in the world, does not give us the clearance nor justify us thinking we should have special favors or unearned respect from the people in their own lands when we are the intruder. When those disrespectful Americans go to these societies they give our whole country a bad name. Just like Newtons 2nd law, every action has an equal and opposite reaction, the product of our insolence is our rudeness thrown right ...
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Granger V. Gough [invitation To Treat V. Offer] - 1,255 words
... Community are slightly different. Although it seems odd that a shop would not want to sell its stock the English legal system is designed to achieve consistency even if it has to distort the persons actual intent. This produces oddities such as Partridge v. Crittenden (1968) where a newspaper advert to sell wild birds was found to be an invitation to treat not an offer to sell so the defendant escaped prosecution under the Protection of Birds Act (1954) . A key point in the original Graniger v. Gough was where was the contract made. Today the location of the act of contracting can be different depending on the mode of acceptance. The postal rule puts acceptance at the place of posting. ...
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Ansel Adams - Early Morning, Merced River - 1,123 words
Ansel Adams, b. 1902, was important to photography through history and through his works helped contribute to the respect photography is now given as a fine art. He first discovered photography when he received a Kodak #1 Box Brownie in 1916 from his father as a birthday present. At the time he aspired to be a concert pianist as he was an amazing musician, however, when aged 14 on a family vacation to Yosemite National Park, he discovered the Sierra Nevada mountains and returned there at least once every year of his life, thus inspiring his style of photography and subject matter. Photography in its early stages was not considered by critics as a true form of art, but photography was seen as ...
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Assimilation Copyright - 1,775 words
Civilization, the thing that makes humans different from the other animals on this planet, is the ability to pass knowledge down from generation to generation with each successive generation building on the knowledge of all generations that came before. It is this human knowledgebase which has allowed us to progress to the point we are at today and it is this knowledgebase that is now under attack, an attack that threatens the very roots of civilization. In 1790 George Washington signed into law Copyright Act of 1790, which granted a temporary monopoly on the knowledge to authors, and inventors of that knowledge with a limitation of 28 years. The reason for this temporary monopoly was to all ...
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Digital Photography Versus Traditional Film - 637 words
Rochester is Kodak town. When people think of Kodak, they think about Kodak film. Film has always been necessary ingredient for the development of pictures. For the past fifty years, Kodak has depended on its sales of film for its profit. The introduction of a digital cameras, which do not require film, is causing a downfall in purchases of Kodak's film. Kodak's dilemma is figuring out what people will be buying in the future as the consumer weighs the merits of film-base photography versus the increasingly popular digital photography. Cost is a major criteria for the consumer when purchasing any product. The cost of film is from three to six dollars. A disposable camera with film costs an a ...
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Anger Meets Innocence - 807 words
I have known these two characters for a little more than four years now and never once have I seen a straight face. These two are always making jokes or making fun of each other. The person in the black long sleeve sweater with a silver chain necklace over hanging his shirt is one of my best friends named Justin. The person in the white long sleeve sweater with his sleeves rolled up and his Rolex watch on his wrist is one or my best friends named James. This photograph was taken last year when Justin and I were in Construction technology at school and we had to do a project that had to do with fooling around with taking pictures. We took pictures of everything from cups to shoelaces to peopl ...
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Styles And Movements Of The Impressionist Act - 1,974 words
"The Impressionists were subjective painters, who looked at nature in their own individual ways. The results were, hardly surprisingly, very different, when we consider the divergent styles of say Monet, Degas, Renoir, Gauguin, and Seurat. Perhaps the greatest achievement of Impressionism was to capture the effect of real sunlight on canvas. It is possibly this that made their pictures the most popular, and the most expensive, of the 20th century." Impressionism began in the late 1800s in France. It is characterised by depicting objects and scenery naturally, making detail of their light and colour. Impressionists made their paintings look like a first impression (this was first noted in a p ...
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Company Profile Of Sun Microsystems - 1,148 words
Introduction I choose Sun Microsystems because I bought some of their stock three months ago and it has done very well. In fact it had, at one point, gone up close to sixty percent. After watching its rise over the time that I have owned it I began to wonder what Sun Microsystems is really all about. I knew that it built the backbone of the Internet, but I wasnt exactly sure what that meant. When I heard the focus of the project we were assigned for class, I decided this would be a great opportunity to learn more about the company and its global operations. Company Background Scott McNealy, William Joy, Vinod Khosla and Andreas Bectholsheim founded Sun Microsystems in 1982. They created the ...
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The Effects Of Representations Of Spaces - 1,278 words
How do representations of space affect our relationship to a place? To answer this question, we should perhaps ask ourselves an equally important question: how can we probe nature to learn about it without changing it. By analyzing this question using six main representational themes cartographic, political, Cartesian perspectivalism, optical, transcendental, and biological we will answer the original question. I believe that there are no representations of space that would not in some way affect our relationship to a place. Likewise, there are no representations of space that do not alter perspectives of everything and everyone around us. Human psychology and its biological representation ...
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Sony Corporation Company Profile, History And Culture, And Swot - 1,533 words
Executive Summery Sony's current financial difficulties are tied into its corporate culture which were stated over 30 years ago. With such a large multinational corporation, greater planning and more use of strategies should be pursued. Sony could start with the implementation of a new mission statement, with profit and benefits of the company tied more closely to everyday operations. Internally, the four forces, the management, the designers, the production and the marketing should achieve better communication and cooperation. Alliance and cooperation between competitors should also be actively sort after in order to create standards in new fields. Sony should aim at being the leader instea ...
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Transcendentalism - 1,424 words
... ut when facing pretrial examinations for the vilification suit, he changed his story. Chambers told his lawyers that he could produce evidence that Hiss had given government documents to him. Chambers believed he had saved some documents in case he needed to protect himself from retribution. !SSHe sealed the documents in an envelope and gave them to his wife!|s nephew, Nathan Levine. Levine hid the envelope in his parents!| Brooklyn home,!" [Levitt, 239] Chambers remarked. Chambers subsequently produced sixty-five confidential pages of State Department documents typed by Hiss!|s typewriter, along with four memos handwritten by Hiss, two strips of developed microfilm, and several pages of ...
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Questionnairs - 1,527 words
The second questionnaire (Child Care, Inc) does not seem to be quite well composed, those who selected the questions seemed to forget that children are more important for people that food, for instance. Questions 2, 5, 9 seem to be a bit too personal, if I were a parent that leaves a child to that type of service, I would be somewhat confused to see those types of questions. Question #7 also seems to be confusing; certainly a parent would want that, and some of the clients might actually choose another company specializing at the same service that gives such an opportunity. The target audience of the company is parents that do not have an opportunity to take care of their children and thus h ...
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