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    by the Schengen Agreement of 1985, whereby these countries abolished all border control and passport system in order to function as a single country for travel and trade purposes. The countries which are not a part of this are Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Romania,…

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    Parent Baby Bonding Essay

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    Parent-baby bonding is by far one of the most important actions needed in order for newborns to develop a trusting relationship and lifelong attachment to their parents. Babies who are given a significant amount of attention to within the first four to six months of their life are guaranteed to be more confident and ensured as toddlers and older children. For some parents, this bonding event takes place within the first few days of birth; it’s proven to be easier for moms to form this connection…

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    In the past, it was difficult to communicate with one another. It would take weeks, or even months, for people to receive or respond to another person’s message. Thankfully, the complications of finding out whether someone wanted to come over for dinner was over whenever social networking was created in the 1970’s (1stWebDesigner , 2016). Social networking is defined as a service, based online, that allows people to create a public or private profile within the site, follow or subscribe to other…

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    Othello's Talk

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    Talk In this essay, I’m going to talk about a viewer’s perspective of the play in each scene and talk about how everything in this play that let to Desdemona’s murder. The story of this play begins in the city of Venice, at night. Iago, an ensign in the Venetian army, is bitter about being passed over for lieutenant in favor of Cassio. Iago tells Roderigo that he serves Othello, the Moor who is the army's general, only to serve himself. Act I start with Iago and Rodrigo talking…

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    practical use of foreign language, and it is a place for intercultural communication. The language hub normally comprise with video camera, voice, TV film, internet, computers and all sorts of new media, which can be utilised as a classroom as well (Cyprus, 2004). This not only can use resource efficiently and also can creates an interactive environment to ease students’ language learning pressure during studying. Overseas students may have no chance to meet similar background students on…

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    How Is Sewing Used Today?

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    fabric makes that machine unique (Marie). Sewing is an activity that requires patience, it also involves stitching fabrics together by hand with a thread and needle or by a sewing machine to make clothes and even shoes that people wear today (Smith) (Cyprus). Throughout the history, fashion has changed with different designer’s unique styles. Although sewing has evolved in numerous ways, it still is relevant today with design concepts adapting to changing society and specific colors affecting…

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    This research is a comparative study of the myth of "Pygmalion" between the Irish writer George Bernard Shaw and the Arabic writer Tawfiq al-Hakim. We chose these two plays because of their similarity weather in their main theme or the title. The importance of this study lies behind its benefits. When one compare between two literary works, it means he tries to break the barriers between of the two cultures and he also tries to bring together the work of the writers an addition to focusing on…

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    Introduction: Today 's infrastructure enables an easy access to people and places all around the world along with products, services and technologies that can move easily across national borders. Companies today have increased opportunities to enter foreign markets and it is common that they operate in international environments (Albaum and Duerr, 2008). This environment is also called ‘globalization’ that has become an interesting topic in the academic world. The meaning of globalization…

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    The Menil Collection in Houston announced the return of the 13th century Byzantine frescoes to Cyprus. These frescoes have been a main attraction for the museum, but the museum feels confident in their discussion to return the works. Another example would be the goddess of Moragantina which was illegally exported and sold to the Getty museum in California…

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    Introduction To Ancient Rome In ancient Rome people lived extremely short lives and the average life expectancy during this time was approximately twenty-five to forty-five years old and only two percent of the population lived to eighty years old. This is very low in comparison to the average life expectancy in the modern society which can go up to approximately seventy-five to ninety years of age. The life expectancy was so low in ancient Roman times because there weren’t any effective…

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