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    In the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four the people of Oceania are led to believe that every moment of everyday watchful eyes are keeping an account of everything you do and everything you say. Someone sitting, watching and following your every action, even anticipating your next move is rather questionable by today’s standards, yet in Nineteen Eighty- Four, it is all the people know. The watchful eye of Big Brother, the leader of the party and an enemy of the free man, yet in Winston’s society there is no such thing as a true free man. How do people live in a world where we’re watching one another and in a single moment accuse each other of wrongdoings that are mere views of Big Brother? The major techniques that are exploited by the party, towards its members are parallel to systematic brainwashing. There are certain tools that both communities implement in order to create a pyramid of…

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    In this significant quotation in the opening chapter of 1984 George Orwell paints a vivid description of how Big Brother continues to eliminate all human emotions. Winston Smith, the main character of the novel, detests this specific woman from the very moment he first lays eyes on her. Winston primarily dislikes this woman because in his opinion they appear the most ardent supporters of Big Brother. The most athletic, attractive and youthful are the most fanatic enforces of the party. These…

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    Traditionally, production of antivenoms have focused on four species believed to be responsible for most deaths: Naja naja, Bungarus caeruleus, Daboia russelii, and Echis carinatus. However, a number of other species that contribute to envenoming in the region have not been considered, and envenoming by these species usually does not respond adequately to existing antivenoms. The goal of antivenom administration is to allow antibodies to bind up circulating venom components before they can…

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    Snakebite envenomation is a neglected threat devastating many years in tropical and subtropical countries like India. India has a worst-case scenario with a high incidence of snakebite. About 216 species of snakes in India but only 52 are venomous from this Indian cobra (Naja naja), Russell 's viper (Daboia russelii), Saw-scaled viper (Echis carinatus), and common krait (Bungarus caeruleus) are most deadly. The majority of snakebites encountered by these snakes therefore called India’s Big 4.…

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    and later on in life she turned to writing. At the age of 24, in 1914, she married her husband Archie Christie, who was a pilot in WWI. While he was away, she was working as a nurse and this is when she began writing a detective novel. At the age of 30, she wrote the book “The Murder of Roger Ackroyd.” The book initiates with the readers being informed that Mrs. Ferrars, who was a widow and has committed suicide, and not long after than Mr. Roger Ackroys is murdered, in the very beginning of…

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    2016). Two more articles have also been chosen to help provide a clearer overall picture for better analysis of the case study. KPMG is one of the Big Four, among PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited and Ernst & Young (E&Y), all of which specialise in accounting and auditing services (Accountingverse, 2016). KPMG being one of the four largest accounting firms in the world, “operates as a global network of independent member firms” (KPMG International Cooperative , 2016)…

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    Pricewaterhousecoopers, also known as the Big Four, came to speak with us and talk about the role of a public accountant and auditor. That meeting opened my eyes to the accounting world, understanding the freedom, the idea of auditing and the way you work made it clear that I want to become an auditor. I plan to major in Accounting and Finance to allow me to get different aspects and more knowledge so I can confirm that I want to be an auditor. Throughout my next four years, I would try my best…

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    than rotation. In the USA, Maher, Tiessen, Colson&Broman (1992) noticed that, by controlling changes in company structure, size, risks and complexity, the auditor fees decreased from 1977 to 1981. The audit quality of incumbent auditors will increase, because they want to maintain the occupation in the tendering in order to earn more audit fees. If they cannot provide evidence to prove the good quality of their jobs, they will be changed, and it has bad influence on the reputation of the audit…

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    This part talks about some important issues about Deloitte’s audit performance and criticizes its quality control system. Performance principles are important for an audit firm since it needs to provide reasonable assurance that there is no material misstatement in financial statements. For instance, an audit firm should obtain sufficient and appropriate audit evidence in an audit engagement; should design a proper audit plan when performing an audit. However, the PCAOB does not like the way…

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    may not detect fraud, especially in instances when there is collusion, fake documents, and the finals of controls, as there was at Colonial Bank”. The attorney said there was no document showing that these executive or anybody else at Taylor Bean ever received these Pricewaterhouse audit reports. Taylor Beans employees, customers and creditors, who all lost something when the firm went bankrupt, were waiting on Colonial Bank to operate as an honest business partner that was exactly reflecting…

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