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  • Analysis Of The Volkswagen Golf GTI

    The Volkswagen Golf GTI is the most versatile performance car on the market. The mk1 GTI, the beginning of one of the most desired hot hatches on the market today. It all started with a small group of engineers codenamed “sport Golf” and a spare bin of parts. They combined the 1.6L 4-cylinder engine from an Audi 80 with a few spare parts from a Fox GT to create the well known Volkswagen Golf GTI. But that 's not what makes this car special, what makes it special is the versatility of the car. Here you have a striking everyday family hatchback designed by the famous Giorgetto Giugiaro but, if you look past the design you will find it’s performance side. The mk1 had 110hp, which doesn’t seem like much but, the car only weighed 1800 lbs. This…

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  • Summary: The Ford Focus RS

    handling under the most rigorous drive conditions. Four drive modes are available, designed to optimize performance on or off the track. The default mode is normal, followed by sport, track, and drift. Each mode results in a harder suspension and more aggressive feel than the preceding setting. Stomp the gas pedal and the Focus RS moves swiftly away from a dead stop. Gear shifts are smooth and come easy — you’ll be at highway speeds just as you reach third gear. On any stretch of road,…

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  • Anita Hill Vs Clarence Thomas Essay

    When Thomas was asked if he believed that he was a victim of sabotage and that Hill had falsified the allegations of sexual harassment he said, “some interest groups came up with this story, and this story was developed specifically to destroy me” (Smolowe). Hill’s accusations were seen as a “flight of fantasy” by many like Orrin Hatch which then labeled her as “delusional and a candidate for medical attention” (Smolowe). However, Hill just wanted justice for what she went through and never…

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  • Victoria Secret Body Image Analysis

    lingerie. Ultimately, the advertisement 's purpose was to simply feature their collection of lingerie sets that were thought to be the "perfect body" fit for customers. However, their advertisement was biased because their models were all of the same body shape; petite, small bust and hips, with abs. Not all viewers were satisfied. Viewers that felt offended, retaliated with revolt against their campaign slogan. The revolt was made press known as the "#IamPerfect" backlash. Victoria Secrets '…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Luxury Of Childhood

    as I could not keep standing. Slowly, scrabbling with my hands through the darkness from which I was conjuring different images, mostly of masquerades or lions, I found the doorknob. I was excited; I was in front of my house. I knocked on the door softly at first and harder subsequently. Firstly, I heard murmurings then a voice asked in an anxious but bold way; the way you would ask if a thief knocked on your door. ‘Who is that?’ It was my daddy’s voice. ‘It is me, Lola.’ I…

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  • Pest Analysis On The Pestel Analysis Of Cadbury

    Pestel analysis on Cadbury: It’s an analysis in which evaluate a firm or a nation or anything else under following domains: political, economical, social, technological, environmental and legal. This is done to chart long term plans. Cadbury is synonymous with chocolate consumption worldwide. Opening shop in the early 19th century, Cadbury has emerged as a global brand with factories and offices the United Kingdom and North America, and a notable presence in Asia and Africa as well. In 2008,…

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  • Case Study Of Theobroma Cacao

    1.0 INTRODUCTION The cocoa plant, Theobroma cacao was introduced into Malaysia in 1950 for commercial planting and follow by grindings industry in 1973. Both activity of cocoa was influence position and perspective of Malaysia and it will become producing and processing country that provides cocoa. Other than oil palm and rubber industry, the one of the commodity crop in Malaysia is cocoa industry (Azhar I and Lee. M. T, 2004). Unfortunately, the area of cocoa plantation on 1989 is 414 236 ha…

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  • Huy Fong Foods Case Study

    Background: Huy Fong Foods is an American Company founded in 1980 in Los Angeles, California.1 Huy Fong Foods headquarters is in Irwindale, California (“Huy Fong Foods”, n.d). The founder of Huy Fong Foods is David Tran who came to America in 1978 as a Vietnamese refugee (“Huy Fong Foods”, n.d). Upon moving to California, David Tran, noticed there was a lack of hot sauces that pleased his Vietnamese palate (Hammond, 2013). Because of this, he decided to make his own hot sauce. He started in…

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  • Capital In Willy Wonka The Chocolate Factory

    In Willy Wonka the Chocolate Factory, Willy Wonka uses his entrepreneurship- a combination of vision, skill, ingenuity, and willingness to take risks to create and run new businesses- and financial capital to produce consumer goods -final goods- such as Wonka Bars and other candies to be sold in stores, a product market -a market in which goods and services are bought or sold- to satisfy the wants -desires that can be satisfied by consuming a good or service- of the people using capital…

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  • Ebola In The Hot Zone

    The Hot Zone by Richard Preston is a non-fiction novel about the origin of Ebola and its effects on people and the outbreak of Ebola in a monkey house. Preston also goes into details about the symptoms of Ebola and the different strains of Ebola,which are Ebola Zaire, Ebola Reston, and Ebola Sudan. Preston really informs about the dangers of Ebola and what it can do to the human body and what must be done to prevent the virus from spreading around the world and causing an…

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