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  • Colgate Case Study 2013

    86: Viewing the context of the category in terms of investment, Colgate has significantly increased its presence in TV vs previous year, as compared to Peru where Colgate not only lowered their level of TRPs but the category was generally quieter. -In Colombia, Fluocardent, although with low levels of TRPs, starts again to be present in TV -Fortident is still absent on TV during this semester 92: Bearing this in mind, let 's look at what the performance was of commercials that the brands…

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  • An Important Role In Gothic Architecture

    their life. Architecture also has an important role on the way people act in different atmospheres. Some people may think that architecture is all about the shape of the building, but so much more thought goes into the process of it. When creating the architecture of the building, one must look at the intending use of the property, the design to make the property appealing and also to make the guest feel comfortable. In this respect, Cathedrals are prime examples of how architecture and art can…

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  • Concept Map Tool Analysis

    Software architecture is the blueprint when developing a software system, and it can be regarded as a high-level design of a software system; it breaks the system into subsystems and components, and describes how these subsystems and components interact with each other (McGovern, 2004; Pressman, 2010). There exist four views from different stakeholders when designing a software architecture; they are 1) a logical view, indicating the core perspectives…

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  • Summary Of The Importance Of Being Earnest By Oscar Wilde

    In the novel, The Importance of Being Earnest Oscar Wilde, Wilde criticizes many aspects of the Victorian lifestyle. The constant criticism in the comedy is present through constant witty remarks and absurdity throughout the play. One aspect of the Victorian lifestyle that Wilde refers to frequently is writing and writers. Wilde conveys the message by using diaries and three volume novels frequently throughout the play that those individuals have dreams and secrets that they find dear to them,…

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  • Jack Worthing In Oscar Wilde's The Importance Of Being

    The Alter Ego of Jack Worthing “The Importance of Being Earnest (also called A Trivial Comedy for Serious People)” is a play written by Oscar Wilde in the late 1890's. Although it is comedy, it is also a social satire and it has some serious themes hidden in its lines. The themes here address Victorian social issues. In in the late 19th century, in the Victorian society, the life was not very easy. People were divided in social classes and there was a strict code of morals which people from…

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  • Analysis Of Liturgy And The Monument By Roger E. Reynolds

    Roger E. Reynolds, “Liturgy and the Monument”, in Artistic Integration in Gothic Buildings (Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, 1995), 57-68. In his article, Roger Reynolds argues that liturgy and cathedrals and a relationship of mutual adaptation. He argues that they would each adapt their forms and traditions to the other depending on which preceded in each specific case, (i.e. an older building with contemporary liturgy, or a new building being built to fit liturgical…

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  • Christ Church Anglican Cathedral Essay

    two arcades on the Cathedral, on both sides of the nave. The pillars have a detailed stone caved capital, which assembles to the classical Corinthian capitals. (Figure 8) Ornamented capitals and detailed sculptures were really common in Gothic architecture. Behind the altar, there is a heavily decorated sculpture of Jesus Christ and the twelve apostles carved in wood. (Figure 9) The Gothic sculpture is simple, stiff, straight, elongated and dramatic. Jesus’ arms are opened and lowered pointing…

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  • An Essay On The White Temple Ziggurat

    The White Temple was a Sumerian temple in Uruk, modern day Iraq, in 3500 BCE during the Ancient Near East Period. The Uruk people had a population of 40,000 in 3500 BCE, and they used the colossal scale of their architecture, including the scale of the White Temple, as a symbol of their architectural power. The temple was dedicated to the god Enu. The Sumerians were a theocracy, and they believed that gods ruled over everything and that the rulers were symbols of the deities. The temple was…

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  • Analysis Of Robert Frost's The Road Not Taken

    “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost is a very simple yet very symbolic poem. It’s a poem regarding various choices that one has to make in life and then live by the outcomes of the decisions made. The consequences of ones choices might turn out to be positive or negative but these decisions have a significant impact in the way one’s life turns out to be. The poet, Robert Frost, begins the poem with describing a walk in the forest on a fall day as the leaves are turning yellow. As he walks,…

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  • St. Raphael In Greek Architecture

    No matter where you look in today’s cities, towns, and communities, one can see similarities of the architecture to those of ancient times. Many of today’s building all across the country have similarities to buildings of the ancient world and does not just appear in the realm of religious institutions, banks, or government buildings. Buildings at Colleges, insurance companies, banquet halls, auditoriums, palaces, temples, castles, monasteries, and even convention centers for example are…

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