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    Creation of the floating charge in English jurisdiction had been developed throughout the nineteenth century. In Holroyd v Marshall1 in 1862, all of future assets could be charged and obtained after its acquisition by the debtor. This principle creates problem on how the company could run its business as a going concern and the company could be paralysed because the company’s business relied ultimately on its assets. This problem was solved by Sir Giffard LJ in Re Panama, New Zealand and Australian Royal Mail Company 2 that the security transactions could not disrupt the company to carry on its ordinary business until the creditors enforce their rights under the charge or the debtor is winding up. The definition of a floating charge was first…

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    the physical model and numerical procedure of calculating the dynamics of space charge and electric field distribution in cable insulation material under DC voltage. Electric field distribution and formation of space charge The dependency of electric field distribution on time and temperature is obvious in HVDC system. This is due to the resistivity/conductivity dependency on temperature and electric field [1, 44]. It is also clear that the formation of space charge within the insulation…

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    Based on a true story, “The Charge of the Light Brigade” inspired many with the genuine war cries. The poem tells the story of a brigade consisting of 600 soldiers who rode on horseback into the “valley of death” for half a league. The reasons for the poem’s popularity should be evident because it is such a stirring expression of courage under fire, heroism under impossible odds, of the might of the English military. In “The Charge of the Light Brigade,” the author used setting, imagery, and the…

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    War results in the death of many people. An example would be the Crimean War. The war started in the year 1853. It was a war fought against Russia by Britain, France, the Ottoman Empire, and the Kingdom of Sardinia. One complication in the war was that the British Light Brigade ran into Russian fire, in which 600 British horsemen were surrounded. They were fired at, and in the end, 278 of the Light Brigade soldiers either were injured or killed. The poem “The Charge of the Light Brigade” by…

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    Good morning fellow classmates, today I will be talking about two views on the theme of death. The first poem called ‘Asleep’ by Wilfred Owen and the second called ‘The charge of the light brigade’ by Alfred Lord Tennyson. I chose the theme of death because it can be quite interesting and everyone has their own opinion of it, which is exactly what these two great poets have shown. The poem Asleep was written by Wilfred Owen in the year 1917 after the recent ending of the Edwardian period. The…

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    The Battle of Balaclava, fought on October 25, 1854, was a battle that took the lives of nearly 278 soldiers, all as a result of a miscommunication of orders. When news of the battle reached London, people felt a whirl of emotions and Alfred, Lord Tennyson was inspired to write “The Charge of the Light Brigade,” a poem about the fight. After reading his poem, my understanding of the real life events behind it has been greatly affected in a way that gives the events a deeper meaning. This poem…

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    Killed’, and ‘The Charge of the Light Brigade’. One of the major differences seen between the two poems in the portrayal of conflict and war is where war is shown to be fought as a unit; a fight to be fought together, in ‘The Charge of the Light Brigade’. Lord Tennyson portrays this by his use of repetition at the end of each stanza - “rode the six hundred”. He did this to emphasise how no-one left the rest of the cavalry when they had to fight for their country while knowing that they were…

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    cavalry unit due to miscommunication within the British Army. Clearly outnumbered and outgunned by the Russians, the British conducted their assault. Word traveled quickly of the British defeat at Balaclava. A few weeks later Alfred Lord Tennyson wrote “The Charge of the Light Brigade” to retell the…

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    Alfred, Lord Tennyson has a positive attitude towards war. ''The Charge of the Light Brigade'' was about a hopeless charge into ''the valley of death'', where many of the 600 men died, all because of a fault in communications, although this isn't how Tennyson presents the battle. He does not call it hopeless, but instead heroic. He shows how noble and well disciplined the soldiers were to follow the order…

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    These two poems are similar, but also very different. They are similar because they are both written about war or in war times. They both use imagery and metaphors to allow the reader to visualize the scenes they are trying to convey. For example, in the poem “Dulce Et Decorum Est” the poet describes the use of gas and depicts how it killed one of his fellow soldiers. However, in the poem “The Charge of the Light Brigade” the poet writes about cannons and sabres. This also brings up the first…

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