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    The Kokoda Campaign

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    battle continued over a four month period thought New Guinea and surrounding islands. The main purpose of the campaign from the Australian side was to protect New Guinea from the Japanese whose plan was to invade and claim their land as their own. This is known to be one of the bloodiest campaigns of the World War with the trail being extremely narrow and no where to hide and be protected. It has left a strong, unbreakable bond between New Guinea and Australia which will continue throughout both…

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    The Trobriand Islands, located on the coast of Eastern New Guinea, is one of anthropology’s most “scared places”(Weiner 1). Malinowski and Weiner both did fieldwork research there that later became significant ethnographic work about the matrilineal society. Gender plays an important role in Trobriand Islands. Women and men have different duties in the economy and with children. Additionally, for the people of Trobriand Islands, food is not only something they eat, but something with…

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    ECON 634 - Bharat Forge and Suzlon Case Study In the said case study, a study on the changing global agenda of 2 major companies. Bharath forge and Suzlon have shown great progress to the changing economic conditions. Bharat Forge was a manufacturer for domestic consumption which later became the 2nd largest forging company in the world. they are now an Indian Multinational with the largest exporter of auto components from India to the world. . Bharath forge under the supervision of Baba…

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    A Turtle and Some Beans Anais Nin, a renowned author, once wrote, “And the day came when the risk to remain a tight bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom” (“Quotes About Growth”). In the story, The Bean Trees, by Barbara Kingsolver, the courage to bloom is one of the many themes. Taylor, a young woman travelling westward, is unwillingly given a child. Taylor and the child, Turtle, eventually settle in Arizona. They live with a woman named Lou Ann, and Taylor works at an auto…

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    Essar Steel Case Study

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    6. ABOUT COMPANY Essar Steel is a global integrated steel producer with an annual capacity of 14 million tonnes with a strong presence in intensive steel consuming markets of Asia and North America. It has operations in four countries; • A 10 MTPA integrated facilities in India • A 4 MTPA steel plant in Canada • A 7 MTPA Taconite plant under execution in USA • A 0.4 MTPA downstream complex in Indonesia Essar Steel India is an integrated steel producer with an annual…

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    believe it is time to add some new additions to my pig sty. The whole process of turning them into pigs is simple, really: indulge them in food, get them to relax, and then Bam! Use my witchcraft! Works all the time. Except this time. I was outwitted by a man. He is quite special. His name is Odysseus, and of course he is the leader of those men. He came in acting normal, but we both knew something was up when my food didn’t turn him into a pig. I was expecting another man to barge in here, so I…

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    Nucor’s Growing Presence Nucor is one of the largest steel manufacturer’s in the world. The corporations vision is to be a global leader in the steal manufacturing business (Gamble, Peteraf, & Thompson, Jr., 2015). The success of the company is attributed to several factors. Expanding product lines to offer customers a myriad of steel products. All while providing the highest quality steel products at a lower cost than competitors. They accomplish this by using state of the art technology…

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    “I want to leave.” , said Arthur. “ We can not, we are bound to this land by oath.” , said Helena. The land Arthur and Helena worked on was owned by a serf named Edwin and his family for 50 years. The landscape was lush and filled with crops ripe for the harvest to come. Arthur did not like living under Edwin's rule because he was cruel to the peasants that worked on his land. Arthur had heard of a beautiful land that was only a day's walk, but his wife said it was a lie and that he should never…

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    kneels downs next to Mouse. A pig who oddly enough looks like a mouse but is constantly slouching because his back left leg is limp. Hess explains they aren't quite sure what's wrong with his lef but explains it may need to be amputated and get replaced with a prosthetic leg. Hess leans in closer towards Mouse with her hand out and says "buddy can I give you some scratches? Do you want a belly rub?" As she begins rubbing his belly she explains this is the sign of a pig that is finally trusting…

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    Rabbits are serious mammalian pest and invasive species in Australia causing millions of dollars of damage crops and many other things. Many methods have been tried to control the population of feral rabbits. They introduced viruses to the rabbit population and had an effect which reduce the population. They tried to build a rabbit fence which was very unsuccessful, but they are trying cause the rabbits are doing no good. Feral Rabbits have done a lot of damage in Australia and has caused many…

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