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  • Why Is Marullus And Flavius Worried About Caesar?

    So in this paper I will explain the following questions: What is a roman tribune, and what is their role in society. Why is Marullus and Flavius worried about Caesar? I will answer these questions by the information from the book. Also I will answer them by my own thinking and reasoning. The Role of a Roman Tribune The first question I will be discussing is what a roman tribune is? A roman tribune is an officer or officers that are elected each year to serve over the military. They are there to protect the rights of the plebeians from the patricians. They protect the lower class from the higher class. Also they were over the generals of the military, or they are telling others what to do. In this play Marullus, and Flavius are the tribunes. The play starts off by them two questioning everyone. They were asking questions like “Is this a holiday?” (pg.1) They were going around asking why people were in their good clothes. Also, they ask why the people of the Rome weren’t working today. “But wherefore art not in thy shop today? Why dost thou lead these men about the streets?” (pg.1) The two of them were wondering why the the people of Rome closed the shops. Lowe 2 The people of Rome explained to them the reason they closed down shops. The reason is because Caesar was going to ride through the streets of Rome. Caesar had just killed Pompey. The two tribunes were disgusted with the people of Rome. They asked the people how they could celebrate a person who killed…

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  • The Importance Of Roman Tribunes In Julius Caesar

    A long time ago in Rome, they had tribunes. They were called Roman Tribunes, to be exact. Roman Tribunes were very common and important back in those times. Roman Tribunes also play a big part in the Shakespearean play, Julius Caesar. Roman Tribunes were basically like the military people of Rome back in the old Roman days. If fact it was around the year 490 BCE. So sit back and enjoy the ride as we find out what Roman Tribunes are and how they apply to the Shakespearean play, Julius Caesar.…

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  • Personal Narrative: Veterans Day Assembly

    memorable. When I was younger,I wasn't the most tamed child, I had a tendency of getting into mischief. I Even once received ten minutes on the wall for getting into trouble. Time on the wall also meant how long you got held from recess. It was anywhere from stealing a pencil, to going onto the forbidden Monkey Bars. One day I went a little too far, and got twenty minutes on the wall. The whole second grade knew about the little scene I created in at the assembly. This all started with a…

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  • Personal Narrative: Spring Formal Dance At Phoenix High School

    Back to the Past The upcoming week is Spring Formal Dance at Phoenix High School. Students are passing notes, asking their crushes to the dance. Some students test their limits to go big, making posters saying, “Would you go to Spring Formal with me?”, and buying bouquets or chocolates or candy; who would ever say, “no” to that. Grace and her squad; Mason, Daisy, Olivia, and Maya; planned to walk together into the assembly. The assembly was authorized to inform the students about the Spring…

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  • Case Study: An Overview Of Ford Motor Company

    Ford Motor Company is one of America’s best selling automobile companies. Ford is the second largest U.S. based automobile manufacturers, and the fourth largest in the world. Originating June 16 1903, its creator Henry Ford, saw the need to go against the odds of high priced vehicles and cater to a more middle-classed popularity. The company has become one of the largest family-controlled businesses in the world with Henry Ford’s great grandson currently being the Executive Chairman for Ford…

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  • Write About The Differences Between The Large Firm And Small Firm Variants Of Industrial Modernization Analysis

    Write about the differences between the large firm and small firm variants of industrial restructuring. Also, about the conditions that necessitated them. Capitalism has been founded on the idea of large firms. Till 1970s, maximization of profits through large firms was a natural model of economic organization under capitalism. The Fordist model of industrialization was based on mass production of homogeneous goods using assembly line production technology, standardized work routines…

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  • Accomplishments Of Rudolf Diesel

    Introduction “The automobile engine will come and then I will consider my life’s work complete” – Rudolf (izquotes, n.d.) Now common place everywhere, automobile engines are small achievement on the list of accomplishments for Rudolf Diesel. The inventions he made helped shape the world we live in today and possible our future. Rudolf Diesel, his name is now synonymous with the invention he made but also engineering itself. Diesel was the first man to patent the diesel engine and the first to…

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  • Mirro Pressure Cooker Case Study

    Mirro 92122A Pressure Cooker Review The Mirro pressure cooker brand started as the Wear-Ever company back in 1903. Wear-Ever rode the tide of manufacturing led by Ford by creating a line of cookware and kitchen products using the new aluminum and steel manufacturing processes, leaving the old cast iron skillet behind. American households became quickly loyal to Wear-Ever and it became a staple in every kitchen. With the modern Mirro Company, their emphasis on using innovation, technology and new…

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  • Henr Henry Ford: The Invention Of The Assembly Line

    There was no efficient form of mass production of various products until the ingenious invention of the assembly line. This made most products expensive because of the extensive amount of work that people had to put forth into making products. It took workers about half a day of grueling work to create cars before the Model T. Because of this condition, cars were very expensive and most people could not afford one like today. Ransom E. Olds used the assembly line in 1901 to mass produce his…

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  • The Habits Of Highly Effective People By Henry Ford

    In the entire history, no other person has managed to have personified the notion of the self-made man more than Henry Ford. Henry Ford is best remembered as the one who single-handedly created the US automotive industry. What Ford had only a limited formal education, born in a farm, and was expected to take over the farm when he grows up. Instead, Ford left home at the age of seventeen and joined as an apprentice at a machinist in Detroit. A career choice that left him wildly famous and…

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