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  • None Provided - 1,120 words
    John Davison Rockefeller has been accused by many as being a Robber Baron over the past century. He created the most powerful corporation the United States had ever seen: The Standard Oil Company. He began Standard Oil in 1865 and by 1881, it was comprised of more than forty other companies. In 1882 Rockefeller created the Standard Oil Trusts, and his company had become the most efficient corporation, producing the highest quality products as well as charging the lowest prices. Unlike Jay Gould, who used the judicial system to acquire companies, make a profit, and then leave that company in bankruptcy, Rockefeller was philanthropic in his endeavors, incorporating his acquired companies into ...
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  • Airframe - 540 words
    For unknown reasons, the almost flawless N-22 Norton aircraft suffers severe turbulence during TPA flight 545. As a result of three fatalities and fifty-six injuries, a spiral of investigations, terrible apprehensions, and horrible threats plague the Norton Aircraft Plant. From the first page, the seemingly dull plot of Airframe grabs the readers attention. With political trouble in the plant, a deadline for the investigation, and rumors of mutiny, the novel is filled with action along with a precise measurement of suspense. Crichton, one of my favorite authors, plans his novels superbly timing the chapters at the pinnacle of the action. By this method of writing, it was difficult to stop re ...
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    bjbjWW -. = = O ] ~ $ o ' ; ' ' ' ~ 0 , , ~ ' Z ' : g ~ Water Resource Engineering Dealing with the natural resources of our environment, both in management capacities for present needs and safety and in planning for the future available resources, is the responsibility of water resource engineers. Working in the fields of Hydrology and Hydraulics, water resource engineers help to guarantee the availability and quality of public water supplies and the timely handling of excess water, in any of its forms. Water resource engineering includes the analysis of water supply, treatment and storage, watershed management, which includes surface and ground water ...
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  • Hedda Gabler Psychoanalysis And The Space Of The Play - 2,170 words
    ... describing this event Northam more or less veils from sight the eerily dreadful spectacle of the mother-to-be burning a 'child': 'Now I'm burning your child, Thea - you and your curly hair! Your child and Ejlert Lvborg's. Now I'm burning - now I'm burning your child.' (HG, p.345) The fearful ambiguity of that last sentence ('I am burning...') reveals that the annihilating hatred which is dramatised in this scene is directed as much against the self as against the object. To refer to this moment as a 'tremendous fulfilment', as Northam does (p.169), serves not only to obscure the horror of it, but to prevent us altogether from grasping the significance of the book-child theme within the p ...
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  • Hedda Gabler Psychoanalysis And The Space Of The Play - 2,170 words
    ... describing this event Northam more or less veils from sight the eerily dreadful spectacle of the mother-to-be burning a 'child': 'Now I'm burning your child, Thea - you and your curly hair! Your child and Ejlert Lvborg's. Now I'm burning - now I'm burning your child.' (HG, p.345) The fearful ambiguity of that last sentence ('I am burning...') reveals that the annihilating hatred which is dramatised in this scene is directed as much against the self as against the object. To refer to this moment as a 'tremendous fulfilment', as Northam does (p.169), serves not only to obscure the horror of it, but to prevent us altogether from grasping the significance of the book-child theme within the p ...
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  • Emily Dicksinson - 589 words
    A Unique Personification - Emily Dickinson, Poem #712 For generations children have been taught to see Death as the Grim Reaper. A figure clothed in dark robes holding a gleaming scythe in one hand and beckoning with the alabaster bone of another, Death has become something to be universally feared. Perhaps that is why Emily Dickinsons poem #712 (Because I Could Not Stop for Death) is so unique and so touching. Although a constant theme of her work, this poem stands out as the use of a variety of poetic, and especially prosodic devices serve to portray Death in an entirely new, more genteel, light. The first and most striking aspect of Dickinsons work is her personification of death as a gen ...
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  • Psychoanalytic And Gender Perspectives In Great Expectations - 1,559 words
    Criticisms of Great Expectations: Psychoanalytic and Gender Perspectives Psychoanalytic and gender literary criticisms are important as individual analyses and are similar in some respects, namely sexual and gender issues, which make them ideal choices for analyzing Great Expectations. Reading the novel from a psychoanalytical perspective invites an interpretation based on symbols, repression, dreams, and the nature of the conscious vs. the unconscious mind. The central thesis of psychoanalytical criticism is based on the theories of Sigmund Freud, who recognized the link between literary works and human psychology. Just as Freuds theories on human psychology have changed the way in which th ...
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  • Paul - 1,031 words
    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About dB But Were Afraid to Ask Telecommunications systems used electrical signals and copper wire to transmit voice messages long before lasers, lightwaves and fiber optic cable. To describe and measure power levels in electrical systems, telecommunication engineers used the standard unit of decibels to express gain or loss and relative power levels. Meanwhile, scientists working with fiber optic signals were using units of milliwatts (mW) to determine the amount of light traveling down a fiber or the amount of light coupling from one fiber to another (as would be expected with optical radiation). As the telecommunications industry began to use fiber it di ...
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  • Paul - 1,000 words
    ... tests, including vibration, impact, and fiber retention, were performed to evaluate the strength of the bonds between the glass solder and the optical fibers and the substrate. For* the fiber retention tests, standard singlemode fibers were secured to silica substrates with a small (-2 mm diameter) bead of glass solder using the process described above. Tensile forces were then applied to the fiber leads by attaching weights of known mass. All five samples in this study were able to support tensile loads in excess of 5kgf (49N) without failure of the glass solder bonds. By comparison, similar samples prepared using epoxies typically failed at substantially lower pull-out forces.Couplers ...
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  • Chuck Yeager - 1,059 words
    Military forces have many heroes and excellent pilots in its long history. Among them are General Henry Hap Arnold, Lieutenant Colonel Jimmy Doolittle, and Captain Marc Mitscher, who helped carved the air power the Air Force now possesses. In addition to these pilots, a personal favorite of mine is Brigadier General Charles E. Chuck Yeager. He was a very influential figure in Air Force history. He helped pave the road to a faster, more efficient, and more superior Air Force. Gen. Charles E. Chuck Yeager was born in Myra, W. Va., on Feb 13, 1923. He enlisted as a private in the Army Air Corps in September of 1941 and, after serving briefly as and aircraft mechanic, entered enlisted pilot trai ...
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  • Elcdectron Transport - 770 words
    Electron transport is the last phase and most important phase of cell respiration. It accounts for most of the ATP made in cell respiration. Cell respiration makes a total of thirty eight ATPs, two from Glycolysis, two from the Krebs cycle and thirty four from electron transports. Electron transport takes place after Glycolysis and the Krebs cycle. Glycolysis and the Krebs cycle make their ATP through substrate level Phosphorylation while electron transport makes its ATP through oxidative phosphorylation. Glycolysis and the Krebs cycle are important to electron transport; NADH carries electrons from glycolysis to the spot where electron transport takes place. NADH and FADH2 carry the electro ...
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  • Entrepreneurship And Corporate Governance - 1,503 words
    Introduction In order to succeed on the market place companies have to find new ways to attract customers, increase profit and compete on he market. Innovation is an urgent need for every company that indicates its position on the market and successful performance. In general, the process of innovation can be described as adoption of a new idea, but in practice, innovation is affected by a number of factors that determine the level of success and innovation change. Innovation and Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship is enjoying a great deal of attention in many countries today. It can be described as the process of bringing together creative and innovative ideas and coupling these with manageme ...
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  • Magnetic Anisotropy Of Fine Particles - 371 words
    Magnetic Anisotropy Of Fine Particles" In nature, single domain particles are magnetized to saturation, where the magnetization has an easy axis, or several easy axes, along which it prefers to lie. In this case the total internal energy is minimum. Rotation of the magnetization vector away from the easy axis is possible only by applying an external magnetic field. This phenomenon is called magnetic anisotropy. Thus, the term magnetic anisotropy describe the dependence of the internal energy on the direction of magnetization of the particle. The energy term of this kind is called a magnetic anisotropy energy. Generally it has the same symmetry as the crystal structure of the particle materia ...
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  • The Habit Of Identity - 806 words
    ter> Sam Vaknin's Psychology, Philosophy, Economics and Foreign Affairs Web Sites In a famous experiment, students were asked to take a lemon home and to get used to it. Three days later, they were able to single out their lemon from a pile of rather similar ones. They seemed to have bonded. Is this the true meaning of love, bonding, coupling? Do we simply get used to other human beings, pets, or objects? Habit forming in humans is reflexive. We change ourselves and our environment in order to attain maximum comfort and well being. It is the effort that goes into these adaptive processes that forms a habit. The habit is intended to prevent us from constant experimenting and risk taking. The ...
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  • Euphoric And Dysphoric Phases In Marriage - 1,562 words
    ter> Sam Vaknin's Psychology, Philosophy, Economics and Foreign Affairs Web Sites Despite all the fashionable theories of marriage, the narratives and the feminists, the reasons to engage in marriage largely remain the same. True, there have been role reversals and new stereotypes have cropped up. But the biological, physiological and biochemical facts were less amenable to modern criticisms of culture. Men are still men and women are still women in more than one respect. Men and women marry for the same reasons : The Sexual Dyad formed due to sexual attraction and in order to secure a stable, consistent and permanently available source of sexual gratification. The Economic Dyad To form a ...
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  • Analysis Of Theatre From Modern To Present - 1,465 words
    In Oedipus we see a man whos chief desire is to improve the state of his nation. He treats both his wife and those below him in status with respect. In Othello, we see a man who has devoted his live to protecting his nation and whos chief desire is to be accepted by his wife and society as the hero he is. So why do such unbelievable terrible things happen to both of them? Their misfortunes are not causally related to any misdoing, so it is unjust for them to suffer and this is what makes for great tragedy. For the tragedy to be meaningful, the characters must start at a relative high point and spiral downward. With suicide and self-mutilation as the outcomes, the two characters must therefor ...
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  • The Existence Of God - 1,544 words
    Periodically someone will say to me, "I don't understand how anyone can be an atheist. How else could one account for the origin of the universe itself?" The Christian apologist, Hugh Ross, makes an argument much like this. He argues first for the thesis that the universe had a beginning, the moment of the big bang. Second he assumes that there must be a cause for the big bang. Next, if all physical reality, including time and space, arise out of the big bang, then, whatever the cause may be for the big bang, it must be something that transcends the physical universe. Coupling this consideration with the apparent fine tuning of natural law which makes life possible and the claim that it woul ...
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  • Case Study And Statistics On Fpl Energy - 1,076 words
    ... vading the nations electric utility sector, and FPL would face serious challenges in the event such a plan was passed in Florida. FPL must be prepared for this eventuality, and preparation entails using current financial stability to protect future profitability. The industry as a whole has a relatively high payout ratio, but FPLs ratio is at the high end of the industrys spectrum, further increasing its vulnerability to prospective competitors. A lower payout ratio would allow FPL to increase its growth potential and insulate itself from competition. 7. Current Payout Ratio from Investors Perspective Now lets revisit the FPL case to see whether coupling the positive stock repurchase sig ...
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  • Biography Of Mary Shelley, Author Of Frankenstein - 1,539 words
    It was certain when Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin greeted the world on August 30, 1797, her life was going to be out of step with the ordinary. Her unorthodox parents and family structure ensured this from the beginning. Her father, William Godwin, himself a philosopher-historian, was cold and ever remote. Originally he trained for the Calvinist ministry, but only wore the cloth a few years. A sharp man who ate to excess and borrowed money from anyone who would give him a loan, he had little time for anything that did not constitute the cultivation of a formidable mind through writing. That is, until Mary Wollstonecraft entered his life. With the possible exception of William Blake, she was the ...
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  • Time And Spiritual Transcendence In Crusoe - 1,081 words
    In The Rise of the Novel Ian Watt says of capitalism in English Society it is, at least, generally agreed that the foundations of the new order were laid in that period immediately following the Glorious Revolution (61). Defoe, a denizen of the new economic structure, was one of its unabashed supporters. Though in Robinson Crusoe he created an island far removed from Western society, it was used as a stage to expound the virtues of both Western religion and capitalist economics. Michele Tournierin the midst of the reign of capitalism in English (and most of Western) societyshrewdly uses the same setting to launch an explicit critique of the strange dogma thats evolved of the amalgam of Purit ...
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