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    “Guinness:Wheelchair Basketball”, by director Noam Murra, incorporates all the sounds and emotions that show above. This commercial was released September 2013 on tvs everywhere across the country. The message of this commercial makes it clear that Guinness believes in the idea that friendship and great character qualities will help you live a better, peaceful life in the long run. To convey Guinnesses message across, Murra establishes ethos, exhibits word choice, and demonstrates pathos.…

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    Diageo Case Study

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    (40%) Diageo was formed from the merger of Grand Metropolitan plc and Guinness plc. Before the merge, both companies used little debt (based on the book D/E ratio and net debt to total capital in the table below) to finance themselves which helped them gain and maintain high credit rating (A and AA respectively). After the merge, Diageo wanted to take the same path by maintaining the interest coverage between 5 and 8 (through actions such as new debt issuance, share repurchase programs shown…

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    Guinness Commercial

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    Guinness: The Beer that Brings Friends Together Commercials use tactics such as beautiful women, comedy, emotion, music, dialogue and high standards to sway the public into thinking that their product is the best product on the market. Guinness, an international beer company, utilizes inspiring music, emotion and dialogue throughout their commercial to show that their beer is the best. As a result, these three tactics are used to emphasize how their beer brings friends together and how…

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    Swot Analysis Of Guinness

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    Guinness is a popular Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness at St. James's Gate, Dublin. Guinness is seen as one of the most successful beer brands worldwide. Guinness represents a huge market of food and beverages, it is consider as the best-selling alcoholic drink in Nigeria as at 2014. The company builds a strong competitive policy worldwide aimed to create a core of loyal supporters and compete on the national scale. Its opportunities are closely connected with…

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    occasion, for Guinness isn’t the most trained of dogs. We are going to the Nob, a secluded beach on the edge of Woods Hole, perfect for a morning trip and a private swim. As Guinness jumps onto the Captain’s chair, he rustles the rocks of our driveway, a new addition to our summer home. My brothers and sisters are already in the car, waiting with their bathing suits on, and loads of sunscreen. As Lauren shuts the door, Guinness wags his tail, knocking over a water bottle and a bottle of…

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    From the moment we become old enough to talk, we have a desire for more in our lives. To be filled with something we currently don’t have. Os Guinness, the author of “The Call” refers to this as a longing to find our higher purpose (Guinness). A desire to do something more for our lives, something that benefits society (Guinness). He refers to this as our call (Guinness). Both the authors Quentin Schultze and Os Guiness through their works “Here I Am” and “The Call” spend a great deal of time of…

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    Life has infinite meaning. As long as humans have existed, there is no one definite answer as to how one should live their lives. In various plays, novels, and passages, the meaning of life has been pondered upon by numerous authors, in a variety of different ways. In Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the D’Urbervilles, William Shakespeare’s King Lear, Book 4 of Genesis, and John Milton’s Book 9 of Paradise Lost, each of the principal characters undergo a pattern of seeking truth, entrapment, and…

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    Fool's Talk Analysis

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    Guinness, Os. Fool’s Talk: recovering the art of Christian persuasion. Downers Grove, Illinois: InterVarsity Press, 2015. Os Guinness’ Fool’s Talk has many strengths as a modern-day guide for apologists and evangelists. He focuses on the New Testament model of persuasive evangelism and the urgent need of the global church to utilize this model. This in-depth discussion of the art of persuasion is both his biggest strength and his biggest weakness. In regards to the strengths, Guinness does an…

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    Guinness; a beer company known around the world, based in Ireland, for a great tasting dark beer. There vastly different breeds of beer commercials, whether it be Budweiser’s infamous horses, or the “Bud Light Party” commercials, one thing remains constant, they all have a place in memory. Guinness Beer decided to push the envelope, so to speak, and display something different. There are many classifications of the word different, yet it is the audiences job to determine their own…

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    be far more practical and personal than I at first imagined. As noted in the beginning of the chapter, our fitness-obsessed culture generally does not take a favorable view of gluttony (Guinness 212). Believers and unbelievers alike tend to lump all types of gluttony into the same stereotypical image of an overweight person sitting down to a meal that is far larger than the sum total of what an average family should eat in a day. Nevertheless, as C.S. Lewis notes in the Screwtape Letters excerpt…

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