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    Dempster 4 With this line, she points to her own Christ like humility and, in reference to princes’ palaces, admonishes her brothers’ fortunes and pride, which puts her in the place of the perfect master. As an example of a good prince, the Duchess is just as willing to step down to the level of servant as she is willing to raise them up. Therefore, what makes a good prince and a bad prince is framed by the religious references because Christ raises up faithful servants and is humble, unlike Ferdinand who surrounds himself with yes men who advise him that “It is fitting a soldier arise to be a prince, but not necessary a prince descend to be a captain” (1.2 15-16). This attitude is completely opposite that of the Duchess who attempts to remove the unnecessary pomp of having her servants remove their hats. Antonio, being a good servant, remains humble and finds the respect in the action saying, “the distinction/ Methought showed reverently.” (2.1 143), which shows that he isn’t going to do anything out of flattery and will continue to show respect where it is due. On a literal level, his reluctance doesn’t make sense because she makes it clear that all should follow the custom, which won’t bring attention to their relationship, but in the figurative relationship between Christ and Christian, there is always mutual submission. All of these religious representations reach their limit at Bosola’s supposed repentance. He is Judas all the way through to his moment of regret for…

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    Handshape In sign language there are a variety of handshapes that are used to create signs. The majority of these handshapes come from the manual alphabet and numbers and can have slight modification to the handshape and C hand shape. (For images representing the manual alphabet and numbers please refer to pages 4 and 5 of the booklet) Carol struggles to produce select handshapes, some of which are acceptable modification, some of which are due to lack of focus and need to be practiced. An…

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    Essay On Followership

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    Being state of mindfulness bring us benefits that are good for Organizational Behavior. So it is desirable that we always keep mindfulness. However some factors prevent us from being mindful. They are called inhibitors of mindfulness I will discuss in this paper. Often the role of the leader is highlighted more than the role of follower. However in order to achieve the goal, an organization or team need not only orientation by the leader but also corporation from followers. So followership is…

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    Dorindi Madrigal Analysis

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    When comparing Claudio Monteverdi’s compositional techniques in his madrigal “Dorinda, ah dirò” to what was traditionally expected in the prima practice, one notices a nonchalant treatment of dissonances, as well as an overall quickened sense of rhythm and far too many liberations in melodic writing. While observing Monteverdi’s madrigal, one notices several instances of note-against note dissonances. The first instance (example 1.1) displays dissonances of a seventh and a ninth between the…

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    Case Study: Bridge Meeting

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    1. Opening and Welcoming Mr. R van der Horst (“the Chairman”) welcomed all present to the meeting. 2. Report back session 2.1. Compliance Allen reported that: 1. Working points: 1.1. Allen reported that a formal complaint was lodge with SARS regarding the delay process on the refund payment. Case number 204411746 was opened. Confirmation letter was received on the 30 June 2016. 1.2. Ryneveld requested Allen to supply him with an updated SARS compliance schedule. Allen noted the request.…

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    In my opinion, Sandia Laboratories should not try to hide the case, or pretend the one never existed. Sandia claims to be leaders in global security, so most probably they know what are the consequences of such a big threat as espionage. Personally, I believe that they did not want their reputation to be run-down. At the end, they are experts in nuclear weapon systems, defence & assessments systems, energy & climate systems and finally, in global security and yet, they have been compromised.…

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    Greece were described giving athletes “nutritional” supplements to enhance their athletic and physical ability. In addition, during the Olympic Games in the third century athletes tried to enhance their athletic ability by eating mushrooms also known as “shrooms”. There are many former professional athletes that have been caught doping and in some cases have been stripped of their titles. One example is Lance Armstrong. Lance Armstrong was a olympic bicyclist who was caught using illegal drugs.…

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    drug makers make them harder to detect. There are many reasons that people in sport and society believe that performance-enhancing drugs should be legalized. Legalizing performance-enhancing drugs is a consideration for radical change. There are the concerns like accepting the practice of over doping, the failed capability of officials catching the use of drugs before major sporting events, and the frequency of such discoveries. A main point made by the author is the necessity of doping to…

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    The Pyrenees has been the host of the Tour De France for more than 100 years (History). The Tour De France is familiar all around the globe. Despite that, it is recognized as the biggest bike race in the whole world. Dozens of people have become famous for what they finished on the Tour De France. That said, Lance Armstrong, retired pro biker, is a downright example, cause everyone knows him for what he did in the Tour De France race. Even the competitors know how packaged the Pyrenees Mountains…

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    Before the scandal, Lance Armstrong was a beloved athlete, both in America and around the World, because of his struggles to overcome testicular cancer, all while winning seven consecutive Tour de France cycling titles. In 2012, the United States Anti-Doping Agency concluded that Lance Armstrong cheated by using performance-enhancing drugs over the course of his cycling career and had USADA CEO Travis Tygart state in his report, found at http://cyclinginvestigation.usada.org/, that Armstrong,…

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