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    The title of the book “The Three Musketeers” references the Three men who are known as Musketeers, Aramis, Porthos, and Athos. However, the author left out that there was another man who strives to become a Musketeer. Not only that, but later on he becomes the lieutenant of the Musketeers at the end of the story. His name is D'Artagnan. He is a young man who is driven by love, ambition, and his sense of morality. He is the main character of the book. The author wrote the book knowing that in the end there were going to be four, not just three musketeers. The author does this because had he made the title of the book “The Four Musketeers” it would have made it obvious to readers that D’Artagnan succeeded in becoming a Musketeer. It would also make some readers lose interest in the book as soon as it is revealed that D’Artagnan wanted to become…

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    CHAPTER THREE Ambush OOOOOOOOOO KC’s ship, The High Plains Drifter, was large, but Aramis' ship was larger. Next to it, "The High Plains Drifter" was a rowboat. Its name, transcended from Sand Dragon, was Air Castle or Cloud Castle or something, and it was exactly that: a giant castle, floating in space. Watching over the deserted ship was Jackson, an old spacer. Too old to travel anymore, he still liked to go aboard a real ship when he had the chance. Whenever Aramis came to Mud…

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    she was caught, she had stolen over $65,000 (Wells, 2014). “What measures could have been taken to prevent the fraud committed by Katie Jordan or detect it earlier?” (class question) Aramis Properties could have taken preventative measures to deter fraud by installing controls that separated duties. Duties associated with payroll and hiring should not be performed by the same person. This allows for the opportunity to place a “ghost” employee on the payroll as was seen in this case with Katie…

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    Estee Lauder Case Study

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    self-made woman in the world. The business continued to thrive in the next decade with its expansion to overseas markets and the launches of the men's product line Aramis and the Clinique brand. . 3. 1960 - Harrods, London was Estée Lauder’s first counter opened outside US. 4. 1982 - The introduction of Advanced Night Repair ushered being scientifically proven skincare. It was the first repair product in the cosmetic industry. 5. 1993 - Evelyn Lauder, Mrs. Lauder’s daughter-in-law founds…

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    Payroll Scheme A. What measures could have been taken to prevent the fraud committed by Katie Jordan or detect it earlier? o Aramis Properties clearly fell victim to a ghost employee payroll scheme perpetrated by Katie Jordan. (Wells, 2014) The company could have prevented or detected the crime earlier if they added a few measures that strengthen their internal controls. Like most companies that fall victim to fraud, the mangers placed too much trust, in an employee, Jordan’s boss…

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    George Soros

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    organizations which received the fund’s include the Illinois based Civic Participation Action Fund, Florida Safety and Justice Group. The other liberal group, Color of Change was tasked with identifying potentially interesting district attorney seats. The clarion call is informed by the realization that prosecutors across the country enjoy great discretion and power in the current judicial system. Added to this fact, laws have traditionally been passed to strengthen rather than streamline the…

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    his mount (Wordsworth, 1993). The gentleman and a group of his lackeys beat d'Artagnan unconscious. When he comes back to his senses he realizes they stole his introduction letter to Monsieur de Treville, head of the King's Musketeers, the elite group of soldiers who make up the King and Queen's personal bodyguard. Disheartened but still in high spirits he heads to Paris to continue his journey, there he meets the three musketeers. The musketeers names are Athos, Aramis and Porthos, strong…

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    Reading Response to White et al.: Ardipithecus ramidus and the Paleobiology of Early Hominids. In the article, Ardipithecus ramidus and the Paleobiology of Early Hominids, by Tim D. White et al. , the Ardipithecus ramidus specimen ARA-VP-6/500 from the Aramis vertebrate paleontology locality 1 (ARA-VP-1) expedition is examined in depth. The ARA-VP-1 is located in the Middle Awash and expands into the Central Awash Complex (CAC) with different localities, numbered from 1 up. The Middle Awash…

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    In the scene, Jamal finds himself stuck with the final question in ‘Who wants to be a Millionaire?’. After calling Latika (who doesn’t know the answer either), he decides to guess the answer. Before we see Jamal making his final answer, Boyle uses cross-cutting to show the people around India, watching intensely at the TV as they anticipate Jamal making his answer. In a sense, this mirrors the audience in real life as the use of cross cutting gives the audience the feeling of sitting at the edge…

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    sapiens inhabited the region long before the Out of Africa theory was bought to air. Found in 1974 by Donald Johansson at the site of Hadar in Ethiopia was the biggest discovery into the existence of Homo sapiens, Lucy. Similar to modern day humans, Lucy’s bones displayed evidence linking to bipedalism. Her angled shafted knee joints, distal femur and prominent patellar lips were just a few of the many similar characteristics linking to humans. The most closely related piece of evidence that…

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