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  • Modal Analysis Essay

    It includes variety of techniques such as single-input-single-output (SISO), multiple input-multiple output (MIMO) techniques (Ewins DJ (2000) Modal testing: theory, practice and application, 2nd edn. Research Studies Press Ltd., Baldock, Heylen W, Lammens S, Sas P (1998) Modal analysis theory and testing. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven). Deterministic…

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  • Word Pull Essay

    Mimo że pisali to sweat (pot). In the given instance, the translator decided to keep the original words in brackets instead of looking for Polish equivalents to render the similar meaning. Because of that the sentence looks unprofessional or at least…

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  • Case Study Of UNICEF

    UNICEF (United Nations International Children Emergency Fund) is available world-wide to provide aid or response to developing countries during natural disasters such as tsunamis, floods, earthquakes or tornadoes. The main objective of the United Nation’s program is to provide relief for women and children in need. Natural disasters are unpredictable and can happen at any given time. In most cases, UNICEF is deployed in scenarios similar to war zones with many civilians undergoing strict…

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  • Aristotle's Hamlet: The Rationality Of Sragic Mimesis

    But even more crucially, plot epitomizes the rationality of tragic mimesis. Plot is not simply a mimesis of action but of action ordered and structured to achieve certain ends. Unlike the theatrical staging associated with spectacle, which Aristotle sees as irrational, plot is governed by reason. The incidents in a tragic plot should be unified by probability and necessity. Such unity does not 40 FOUNDATIONS come from the focus on a single character, since an individual’s life may…

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