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    It consist of sharp spines also known as thorns for its protection enabling them to survive longer. Looking at this closely we were able to see visible little fruits that were grown from last year. Its fruits characteristics are just like a little red pepper and has dark green leaves. It was already leafed out and had tiny little flower buds. We learned that it will eventually produce tiny small flowers as well as new fruits. There are several type of Evergreen trees that are grown on campus. My favorite one is the Holly Evergreen tree. There are two common types of holly categories which are evergreen and deciduous. Hollies consist of both male and female organs on separate trees and weren’t opened yet. However, only when opened we can tell whether they have stamen or carpels. We also saw the Lyriopi Evergreen tree which we learned are semi-evergreen. They are mostly green all winter and then unfortunately lose their color. However, after those leaves die new leaves will eventually…

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    Forest Fire Benefits

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    Yellowstone National park, the plant Dalmatian toadflax (Linaria dalmatica) is an invasive species (Nps.gov, “Invasive plants”). The plant and its flowers closely resemble the yellow Snapdragon. However, being a poisonous plant, the toadflax is preferentially avoided by the local fauna and this results in this plant out-competing the native species in the region. One of the benefits of intermittent forest fires is to clear the land of such exotic species. This provides the native species the…

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    clinical techniques employed include counseling, visualization, social skills training, psychoanalytic therapy, and spiritual interventions that range from prayer and group support to applied pressure from members of religious hierarchies. Over the years there have been many organizations devoted to conversion therapies, many of them religiously affiliated (which helps them to escape the law in some instances). These are more commonly associated with the ex-gay movement, but are perhaps the more…

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    Oxfam is an “international confederation”, which is comprise of 17 member organizations, including Great Britain and Hong Kong .These organizations also work together with partners and local communities in more than 90 countries. Oxfam is committed to make a world without poverty and it emphasizes the power of people, through practical, innovative ways to help to alleviate poverty and injustices. The initial concern of Oxfam was simply food provision to relieve famine, and over the years it…

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    and Heshmati (2010) discussed the role of international trade in expansion of china economic growth. The trade policy and regime is in favor of international trade, which increase the productivity of a country. The result shows the increasing in the global trade help the country in static and dynamics benefits and rapid increase in the nation’s economic growth. They also indicate the increasing effects on china’s regional productivity. Sadhukhan and Singh (2011) demonstrated the phenomenal…

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    Effects of Poverty from a Micro and Macro Perspective The topic of poverty has been around for many of years, and so has the relationship between poverty and behavioral theory. Behavior theory can be used to understand the impact of poverty amongst children, and it focuses on their lack of financial resources, poor housing and inadequate education. Piaget’s behavioral model also examined the connection between a child’s environment and their response to their environment (Saul, 2007).…

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    In relation to the first pillar, Bannon (1999) states that the World Bank has established an oversight committee to look into allegations of corruption in bank-financed projects, including the assessment of corruption-related risks. In regards to the second pillar, Bannon (1999) states that the Word Bank supports the Anti-Bribery Convention on an international scale, and is working closely with international organizations to minimize cross-border corruption. In regards to the third pillar, the…

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    During the first class of exporting management, I have learned some basic knowledge about the exporting such as the definition of exporting, the incentives of exporting and different export modes. I knew that the role of exporting in the internationalization process is a stepping stone but not necessarily the first international activity. In order to understand the role of exporting, we need to find some common patterns in the internationalization history from different firms. In my opinion,…

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     What are the internationalisation patterns of outcome of SSA firm’s internationalisation? 2. Theoretical Perspectives The theories and study of multinational corporations (MNCs) evolution and internationalisation have been a prominent aspect of the international business (IB) literature for decades. To some scholars, internationalisation is the approach or steps which an organisations’ takes to engage in business activities abroad in order to build required resources and become major…

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    The Trans-pacific Partnership is a trade agreement between 12 countries, the United States, Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Brunei, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, Chile, and Peru. The purpose of the Trans Pacific Partnership is to deepen economic ties between these nations by reducing tariffs and promote the development of trade. The increase in trade between these nations is aimed at reducing China and India’s dominance it the Pacific Rim. The Trans-Pacific Partnership was not a…

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