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    Blue Nile Case Study

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    4/5 2. What business risks does Blue Nile face that may threaten its ability to satisfy stockholder expectations? What are some examples of control activities that the company could use to reduce these risks? Are some of the risks faced by Blue Nile difficult to reduce through control activities? Blue Niles does a good job spelling out the risks to stockholders. Some of the risks listed are not specific to just Blue Nile but to many other companies. Those include: • Limited operating history making it hard to forecast net sales and plan expenses • Quarterly financial results fluctuate for a variety of reasons, which may lead to volatility in the stock…

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    to achieve that goal that others would not think of. Blue Nile has placed a goal to become the leader in online jewelry sales, and developed a business model that separated their company from others in the industry. After attaining their goal, many factors have been set in motion to challenge whether Blue Nile will remain at the top in their industry. Due to changing conditions and new developments Blue Nile will not be able to solidify their role in online jewelry sales because of their…

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    Did you know that the Nile River is 4,123 miles long? To put that in some perspective that is about as long as 235 football fields. The Nile is not just another river, but a center source to some of the earth’s greatest civilizations. I am going to show you some facts about the Nile pertaining to its structure, civilizations, and religion influence of other great civilizations. The Nile River The Nile River is said to derive from two main sources. The Blue Nile starts from a spring 5,000 feet…

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    The Nile River is considered one of the major rivers in the northern part of Africa, and is one of the longest rivers in the world which reaches up to 6,853 kilometers (4,258 miles). The Nile River is also considered to be an international river because of the neighboring countries which share it. In total there are 11 countries which share the Nile River and they are: 1. Tanzania 2. Uganda 3.Rwanda 4. Burundi 5.Egypt 6. Sudan 7. South Sudan 8. Kenya 9. Ethiopia 10.Congo-Kinshasa 11. Eritrea.…

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    reflect the checkered moods and thought processes of Dr. Dr. Kalam, the poet. In the poem Our Mission is Water Dr. Kalam has delineated a picture of united humanity through the symbolic presentation of the river Nile. The Nile is a confluence of two tributaries-the Blue Nile and the White Nile. The poet says the two rivers undergo a long and difficult journey to reach Sudanese capital Khartoum where they meet. This very confluence serves a great “mission” (12) for the betterment of human…

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    The Nile: Shaping Ancient Egypt The Nile, stretching over 4,000 miles from East Africa to the Mediterranean, is the longest river on Earth! Towards the Mediterranean Sea, the Nile splits off into two main branches, the Blue Nile and the White Nile. The Blue Nile begins in Lake Tana in the highlands of Ethiopia, and the White Nile begins with the waters that flow into and then out of Lake Victoria in Kenya. Branching off from the Blue and White Nile are tributaries, whose waters flow back…

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    The Nile is the 2nd longest river in the entire world. It stretches all across Africa at 4,258 miles long. The Amazon is the longest at 4,345 miles. But I’m not here to tell you about the longest rivers. I’m here to talk about how the Nile shaped Ancient Egypt. Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda,Burundi, Congo-Kinshasa, Kenya, Ethiopia, Eritrea, South Sudan, Sudan and Egypt. This river comes from two others, the White and Blue Nile. The White Nile comes from Lake No and the Blue Nile comes from Lake Tana,…

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    Egypt Blue Symbolism

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    The color blue (irtiu and khesbedj) in ancient Egypt represented the color of royalty. Egyptian jewelry and regalia was usually blue and gold. Synthetic pigments were used to produce dyes and pigments. Blue is associated with the sky, water, prime-evil waters and the heavens. It signified the Nile River and all of it’s associated offerings, fertility, and crops. The inundation of the Nile which was an annual reminder or re-enactment of the watery origins of the world. The annual flood of the…

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    What Is Egypt Like Today

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    The highest the temperature reaches is 95 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer, and in the winter the temperature gets to as low as 45 degrees Fahrenheit. The Nile River is the longest river in the world. The Nile River reaches up to 4,258 miles. The Egyptians are able to farm thanks to the annual flooding of the Nile. When the Nile River floods it leaves behind deposits of silt, which is really good for planting crops in. Mainly what Egyptians farm are cotton, rice, wheat, corn, and different…

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    Cl-36 Dating

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    has δ18O, which varies between -10.99 and 4.73‰, while δD ranges between -81.7 and 42‰; Kordofan has δ18O, which varies between -11.26 and 14.57‰, while δD ranges between -80.5 and 81.1‰ (Fig. 3). The stable isotopic data show three different groups of the groundwater: the first group is of paleowaters, which formed from the pluvial wet period; the second group is of modern groundwater due to infiltration water, showing δD and δ18O values similar to low latitude precipitation; the third group…

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