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    develop his theme. The biggest and most mysterious symbolism is the narrator itself. The story does not give the narrator a name, a role in the workplace, or if they are even connected to the office at all. However, it can be concluded that the narrator symbolizes the orientation paper given by many modern offices today. When a new employee receives this guideline, there is no name written on there, nor there is any mention of what the position of the person who wrote it might be. They are expected to blindly follow directions and advices given by an anonymous individual that sounds no different than a robot’s writing. In the last paragraph, both the new employee and the narrator are standing in the photocopy room as evident in “This is the photocopier room. And this, this is our view.” It is strange that Orozco chose the photocopy room as the place to show where the narrator’s cubicle is located. Perhaps he did this to symbolize that the photocopy machine is the narrator’s cubicle and that the orientation paper that is being printed is the narrator itself. That is why the narrator is aware of all the specific details that can be seen from the view such as “You can see a segment of the bay between those two buildings over there. You can see the sun set in the gap between those two buildings over there” because it does not make sense if the narrator is an employee, that a busy office employee has the time to watch the sun set in the evening or stare out the window to notice…

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    Under the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER) an employer has a responsibility to maintain, in safe working order, all electrical equipment used in their business. All electrical items in school should have a portable appliance testing (PAT) done so everyone knows that they are safe to be used in school. The definition of portable equipment is that portable equipment consists of all equipment that is moveable and that when in use it is connected to an electricity source…

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    By the end of the story, we as readers feel like we just went through the longest and most complicated orientation ever with an apparent comedic tone. Orozco frequently used comic techniques throughout the orientation especially at the end, “In any case, when Kevin Howard gets caught, act surprised. Say he seemed like a nice person…This is the photocopier room.” Orozco goes from talking about a serial killer to a photocopier room like it was not a big deal at all. He makes it seem as if it…

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    Waste Toner Case Study

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    Abstract – Photocopiers make use of Toner (powder) to form the latent electrical image on the electrostatically charged drum. The paper has to slide over the drum during Xerography process and hence it picks up the toner. Vague issues cause the non-picking of toner particles (approximately 10%) and they are left over the drum. This non-picked toner is termed as Waste Toner (WT). As it adversely affects the quality of proceeding copies, this has to be removed from the drum. A cleaning blade made…

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    It is important that when dealing with equipment that you take the correct action and fix the problem as quickly and safely as possible. If you follow the manufacturer's instructions then this will show you the best way to solve a problem and when the problem should be dealt with by a technician. If you do not follow these then you could cause more harm than good and further damage the equipment. If you have been found to do this then it might invalidate your warranty and you will have to pay…

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    the customer’s mind. In this regard, an emotive connection between the customer and the product is key. Transforming a product into a brand is less about a a factual claim about the product or a description of the type of the business and entirely dependent on the emotional bond created in the mind of the customer by effective ‘brand positioning’ Kotler explains Knowing the product more that its competition, this is a very good example of for effective and important positioning can be make it…

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    Trust Bank Case Study

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    prospect to select high quality banking software which will make the banking operations easier and smoother.  In general banking department it is necessary to implement modern banking process instead of traditional system. It should be more computerized means dynamic.  Branch should give requisition for new more printers and photocopy machines to improve their service.  Bank’s ATM services should use better technology to fasten their services.  Proper training should be given to all…

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    In our time and age, many inventions depend on the use of static electricity such as printers, photocopiers , pollutant removers and even spray painting. Now imagine how our world would differ if we did not have the implementation of static electricity in inventions such as photo copiers or printers. These simple inventions solve big problems. What is static electricity? How do printers work? Why do we need Printers? What are the advantages and disadvantages of the use of printers? These factors…

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    Assistant Teacher at SK Intercultural Association We see more and more immigrants in Canada and not all of them happen to speak or fully understand the English language. By working at SK Intercultural Association I will be attempting to help all these individuals learn English and get accustomed to how things run in Canada. Since I am quite social and can get along with almost anyone I believe I’ll be able to work well with the teacher and the students. Moreover, I also happen to speak Arabic…

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    ‘Stormbreaker’ by Anthony Horowitz is a novel of spy fiction and is evidently an adequate example of spy fiction for many reasons. Some of which include: The protagonist’s gadgets, the revelation of the antagonist’s entire master plan, and the protagonist saving the day with mere moments to spare. In Horowitz’s novel of spy fiction contains many gadgets unique to his novel, as Alex Rider’s gadgets may appear to be ordinary products and items a teenage boy would own, like most spy’s gadgets are,…

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