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U S Market One Of The Great
1,909 words... itron Chief Executive Jean-Martin For. No matter: Brussels is adamant. The new EU rules could knock prices down a further 1 % to 2 %, analysts say, by reducing wide price differentials within Europe. All these pressures are bearing down on middle-market players, such as Fiat, VW, and Renault. These and other volume manufacturers accounted for 70 % of last year's sales of 14. 8 million vehicles. Overall, investment firm Schroder Salomon Smith Barney estimates the operating margins of these ma...
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One Of The Great Middle Ages
1,057 wordsHistorians call the period we live in Modern Times. Modern Times began with the Renaissance, one of the rare periods of genius in the worlds history. Beginning in the 14 th century and reaching its height in the 15 th, the Renaissance was a new age filled with remarkable accomplishments. Meaning rebirth. The Renaissance refers to the rediscovery by humanists of the writings of the ancient Greeks and Romans. The individualization of man began in this era, and it was during this period that man be...
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Vincent Van Gogh 20 Th Century
1,488 wordsBy: Phil In present time, Vincent van Gogh is probably the most widely known and highly appreciated person of postimpressionism. During his brief lifetime, Vincent's work went almost unknown to this world. His work now hangs in countless museums throughout the world and is considered priceless. His work became an important bridge between the 19 th and 20 th centuries. The art-historical term, Postimpressionism was coined by Roger Fry a British art critic, who described the various styles of pain...
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One Of The Great Cinematic Techniques
1,111 wordsGriffiths pioneering technical work includes: the special use of subtitles graphically verbalizing imagery, the introduction of night photography, the use of outdoor natural landscapes as backgrounds, the definitive usage of the still-shot, the technique of the camera iris effect (expanding or contracting circular masks to either reveal and open up a scene, or close down and conceal a part of an image, moving, panning camera tracking shots, the use of total-screen close-ups to reveal intimate ex...
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Town Of Jefferson Sound And The Fury
1,008 wordsThe purpose of this paper is to elaborate on the issue of how William Faulkner's works were influenced by his own life experience. William Faulkner is widely regarded not only as the greatest American novelist but also as one of the great novelists of world literature. Born September 25, 1897, in New Albany, Mississippi, Faulkner spent most of his life in Oxford, Mississippi, the small town that provided inspiration for his novels. He began his writing career as a poet, but soon turned to prose,...
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D W Griffith Birth Of A Nation
2,437 wordsFilm Criticism There are several approaches to the film criticism and each approach provides us with certain information about the movie. Altogether, these approaches allow us to construct a complete characteristic or critique of a film and make it possible to understand better its meaning and its symbolism. In my opinion, semiological approach would be the best in showing information hidden in the movie on that subconscious level, which makes that special impact on the viewer. The word semiolog...
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Leonardo Da Vinci One Of The Great
1,512 wordsItaly (Italian Italia), republic in southern Europe, bounded on the north by Switzerland and Austria; on the east by Slovenia and the Adriatic Sea; on the south by the Ionian Sea and the Mediterranean Sea; on the west by the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Ligurian Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea; and on the northwest by France. It comprises, in addition to the Italian mainland, the Mediterranean islands of Elba, Sardinia, and Sicily and many lesser islands. Enclaves within mainland Italy are the independent...
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