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  • Special Gem Research

    When shopping for jewelry, you have probably experienced the overwhelming excitement of searching for that Special Gem; the one specifically made for you. With an infinite combination of gems from diamonds to jadeite and everything in between, how do you recognize whether to pick a diamond from a colored gem? Usually you walk in with several ideas, while trying to leave without having buyer’s remorse. It can be like walking into a fancy restaurant unable to decide between Lobster and Steak. The key to this tricky conundrum is research; figuring out how to determine the ideal gem for you. The easiest way to do this is by examining the durability, phenomena, and cut of both diamonds and colored gems, so that if you were asked to pick between a diamond and a colored gemstone, you would know color beats diamond every time. Diamonds, although the hardest natural material on earth, being fifty-eight times harder than anything else in nature, is indestructible having limitations just as any other gem does. The jewelry industry wants you to believe Diamonds are forever. In fact, this is a common misconception since most people know that a Diamond is the Hardness of any gem. But what they do not realize is that the durability of a gem is not just about the hardness but is a combination of a gemstone 's ability to withstand wear, heat, and chemicals as defined by its Hardness, Toughness, and Stability. The durability of a jade is in many ways better than that of a diamond. A good…

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  • Summary: Lumbar Facet Arthropathy

    This is a 58-year-old female with a 1/16/2015 date of injury. The IW was moving bottles of wine from cart to a center table when she slipped and landed on her left knee. DIAGNOSIS: Lumbar facet arthropathy 12/07/15 progress note by Dr. Tarasenko indicates request for Tramadol and Butrans. The Diagnosis is lumbar facet arthropathy. 10/11/15 progress report by Dr. Kofoed indicated that the patient complains of significant anterior left knee pain. The pain is 7-8/10 on pain scale. She describes…

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  • Evaluating Two Most Important Facets Of The Library Experience

    For the first part of this assignment, my task was to observe, listen, and evaluate two very important facets of the library experience, the library environment and the staff’s interactions within that space. With that noted, my personal goal was simply to pay attention. This goal might seem small, but whenever I visit a library, my attention is usually focused on some question that needs to be answered and I remember little about my experience outside of the information I was looking for. A…

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  • An Organisation's Strategy And Structure Are Important Facets Of An Organization Case Study

    Discussion Question 11.1 An organization’s strategy and structure are important facets of an organization’s performance. Both strategy and structure must be aligned to allow an organization to foster and maintain a competitive advantage. A firm’s strategy and structure have an interdependent relationship and both the strategy and structure of a firm impact the firm’s performance (Rothaermel, 2017). When a firm’s strategy and structure are not properly aligned the firm’s performance is…

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  • Multi Facets Of Love In Agatha Christie's Life Through Linnet

    In the “Death on the Nile of Agatha Christie, Linnet, a young, beautiful, charming and rich lady is used by the “author to demonstrate the combined power of love and money. As the main character in this novel, Linnet’s role is very crucial. She shows her interest to take Jacqueline’s boyfriend using her intensive love and money. She thinks that she has power over everything and everybody because she is rich and beautiful. In addition, she thinks that she is too good for everyone.…

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  • Conscientiousness Analysis

    personality. It is separated into five major domains or dimensions: Neuroticism, Extraversion, Openness, Agreeableness, and Conscientiousness. Within these broad domains is a thirty-facet scale, constructed of six facets, or specific aspects of personality traits, per domain. These characteristics are compared across normed separately for adult males and females to yield t-scores, which can then be converted into percentiles. All five domains, as well as the thirty facets, are provided with…

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  • What Are The Four Core Dimensions Of Personality

    Overall results This report aids in better understanding the personality of Christina Rooney. A current psychometric personality measure of NEO-4 was used for this report. This measure looks into four core dimensions of personality that are Extraversion, Openness to experience, Agreeableness and Conscientiousness. Each of these domains can be interpreted at the global factor level. The score results obtained from the test are directly converted to percentile scores and show where Christina…

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  • General Aggression Model: A Literature Review

    conduct a study utilizing a current psychological theory of aggression to further attempt to understand the nature of the relationship between psychopathy, personality disorders and violence. The article Facets of psychopathy among mentally disordered offenders: Clinical comorbidity patterns and prediction of violent and criminal behavior in Psychiatry utilizes the four-facet model (Interpersonal, Affective, Lifestyle, and Antisocial) is similar to the previous body of literature because the…

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  • Muhammad Ali Personality Analysis Essay

    personality using the Five Factor Model (McCrae & John, 1992) and its facets as described in the IPIP-NEO Narrative Report (Johnson, n.d.). My analysis is based on the contents of Mr. Ali’s obituary in Sports Illustrated (Hoffer, 2016). Evidence from his obituary suggests that Mr. Ali was high in extraversion throughout his life, relatively average in agreeableness, high in conscientiousness, low in neuroticism, and average in openness to experience. When it comes to the Extraversion factor,…

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  • Healthcare System Failure Essay

    development of the new software (i.e. Facets). These delays put the company’s plans of new software deployment at risk so the management knowingly rushed and gone ahead although the software still had some major flaws which contributed to system failure. Major Flaws in the company's new software – Although the company was working on the development of the new software (Facets) for quite some time but when the management decided to deploy the software it still had some critical flaws which…

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