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Flaw in protocol

The first point of discussion is that the protocol for each test, involved expired air collection only at the end of the tests did not allow a graph of VO2 over time to be plotted. It is therefore impossible to reliably determine if a plateau in VO2 occurred. Assumptions/ deductions can be made as to […]

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The Pattern of Governance

Effective and transparent corporate governance fosters the confidence of our shareholders, domestic and international investors, the financial markets, our business partners, employees and the public in the management and supervision of the company. Executive board and supervisory board play a key role in managing and monitoring BASF in a responsible and value-driven manner. (Source: BASF. […]

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Law and Order Analysis

Law and Order: Special Victims Unit is a show following detectives who work in a unit which focuses on special cases such as rape, sexual assault, and child molestation. The show follows the detectives, their captain, and a frequently appearing prosecutor as well. Although purely fictional, the show has a sense of reality to it. […]

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Illegal music downloading at the University of Maryland

To the University of Maryland, the reported contained herein should serve as an effective investigation into the patterns of illegal downloading of music on the campus. As this is a serious legal issue for which the recorded music industry has levied considerable pressure over universities, it is clear that there is a necessity to adopt […]

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Why does Paul have a problem with the Galatians that follow the law?

From the research that I gathered Paul had a problem with the Galatians believers because of Their disloyalty to the gospel. Under the influence of false teachers. They were turning from what was the true gospel and instead following another teaching which required circumcision and observation of the law for the inclusion in the people […]

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Synthetic types of criminal characters

It was argued in the beginning of the chapter that some films under analysis portray synthetic types of characters who may fit several typological clusters at once. The early American gangster sagas – The Public Enemy, The Roaring Twenties, and White Heat – were structured in the ready-made plots, all leading to the collapse of […]

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Global Governance

Considering the ongoing analysis, globalisation does not just involve intensification of world interdependence precipitated by technological advancement and market forces. Rather, it is a global view shaped by capitalistic and hegemonic power that seeks to establish a global system in harmony with the interests of capital. Capitalism has an inbound globalizing tendency. However, it is […]

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Mission and Legacy

People with goals are those who succeed because they know where they are going and that goal is their motivation to work harder and continue reaching for it. (Nightingale, 2007) My purpose in life is to seize every moment and experience absolute happiness with the things that I do and achieve my dreams and ambitions […]

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The (origin of the) concept of agency PE in the OECD Model and its differences between civil law and common law countries

Paragraphs 5 and 6 of Article 5 of the OECD Model Convention (the provisions) deal with the so-called “Agency Permanent Establishment” (hereinafter agency PE) whereby, in general terms, it is intended for states of source to preserve their taxing rights upon economic activities generated within their jurisdiction carried by a person (legal or natural) acting […]

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The US government

Yasser Arafat had been a living legend, who had lived only for the Palestinian cause and the Middle East situation will be vastly different without him. Arafat had been the subject matter of controversy and criticism in the region. Specifically, the Israeli administration had termed him a terrorist. The US government was unhappy with Arafat […]

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Common law and UCC laws

Common law and UCC laws can vary. Both of these are laws that U. S. The UCC was created to harmonize a particular or group of laws in all states of the U. S. Common laws can vary amongst each state. Common laws usually deal with real estate, service, insurance, intangible assets and employment contracts. […]

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Professional Regulation and Criminal Liability Paper

There are many types of complaints that occur throughout the workforce of health care. It is the responsibility of physicians and nurses to make their patients feel comfortable and happy during their visit at any health care organization. Nurses are required of ethical duties that must include making their patients aware that their treatment is […]

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Criminal Law: Aggravating Circumstances

FACTS: On March 5, 1991 Marivel Fuentes, was cleaning her house located at DAPECOL(Davao Penal Colony), Panabo, Davao. At the same time, she was also putting her younger brother and sister to sleep. Rowena Sanchez, common-law wife of Alberto Gaorana, arrived and instructed her to go to her house which was about 20 meters away. […]

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Cigarettes Should be Made Illegal

Tobacco has been in America for nearly 8000 years. It started being cultivated and used for pleasure around 2000 years ago. (Cancer Council) People have been using it for a very long time. That means that the past 2000 years, it has been causing hundreds-of-thousands of deaths. Tobacco is widely known for its cancer-causing ways. […]

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What is more important, Personal Privacy or National Security?

What is more important, Personal Privacy or National Security? There has been a significant change in privacy laws over the past decade since the September 11, 2011. If security versus privacy trade-off is biased in favor of security, particularly in times of public insecurity, there is reason to fear that we may too easily sacrifice […]

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Murphy’s Law

Have we not made a perfect plan and a smooth implementation only to have a lousy end? This is the case of Murphy’s Law “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong” proving true. This is a not so perfect world and neither are we flawless people. We are capable of making mistakes, consciously and […]

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Presentation of Darwin’s Legacy

In considering the legacy of Charles Darwin in the education arena, it is essential to note his contributions to the fields of understanding life and science. In looking to a quote from Darwin, the last words of his renowned book, The Origin of Species, it is obvious that Darwin places much faith in the divine […]

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Criminal Evidence

1. Identify several sources of rights. Rights are legal, social, or ethical principles of freedom or entitlement; that is, rights are the fundamental normative rules about what is allowed of people or owed to people. There are many types of rights in our society. In addition to the Constitution, court decisions and statutes are important […]

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Monica’s Legacy

Behind a great son is a great mother. Where would the eminent St. Augustine be without his affectionate mother, Monica? Women of noble virtues are revered and uphold by the Catholic Church as saints. One such example is Monica, famously known as St. Monica. She is regarded as a woman of worth; a woman of […]

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Universal and Regional Intergovernmental Organizations

The history of world politics for the past three hundred fifty years has largely been a chronicle of interactions among states, which remain the dominant political organizations in the world. States’ interests, capabilities, and goals significantly shape world politics. (ПолИтикс) However, the supremacy of the state has been severely challenged. Increasingly, world affairs are being […]

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Bush government

In the United States, $25 billion of emergency reserve fund was introduced in the country, and it was referred as Iraq Freedom Fund by the Bush government. However, it has been estimated that $21. 5 billion would have already been used by the coalition troops and forces. In addition, $82 billion has been allocated for […]

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Legal Case Study

Examine the implications of health law for nurses, ethical principles, and decision making when faced with the potential for medical error is part of the nurse’s daily activity when caring for patients. Each state has a Board of Nursing governing the practice of nurses. The board of nursing specifies through codes, titles, articles, and definitions […]

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Bolivian Legal System

Bolivia presents a wide range of cultural, natural and ethnical diversity. Along these wonderful and positive factors, the country also presents severe levels of political, economic and social instability which makes it one of the poorest and most undeveloped countries in the world. The conflictive contrasts between different social groups have made the Bolivian legal […]

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The Lincoln Lawyer

Mickey Haller is a criminal defense lawyer, who knows how to play all the angles to lessen the charges or to help get his clients off. He runs his business out a 4 Lincoln town cars, (pg. 16). Earl Briggs is Mickey’s driver, who is paying off his debt, for a reduced sentence, (pg. 16). […]

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The Offer and Acceptance Model Is Flawd – Only an Agreement Is Necessary

The offer and acceptance model is flawed- only an agreement is necessary. In order to fully comprehend this statement, we must first establish what constitutes and offer and what constitutes acceptance. “An offer is a statement by one party of willingness to enter into a contract on stated terms, provided that these terms are, in […]

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