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Structure of the Leisure & Recreation Industry

Public sector services are provided for the public and collectively paid for by the government. Their operation is ultimately accountable to elected bodies, including local councils (like West Wilts county council) and Parliament. The public sector regards the provision of leisure services as a social service to the community rather than as a profit making […]

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“Schoolsville” by Billy Collins

In his frank and sincere poem “Schoolsville” Billy Collins focuses on his reminiscences about the past, thinking about the benefits of the job of a teacher. Billy Collins is known in literature as an artist who displays the reality with a sense of humor. However, despite the humorous motifs, the verse “Schoolsville” sounds a bit […]

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The Around The World: A Case Study

Concentration of media ownership is a serious problem across the world. Since the media is considered the ‘Fourth Pillar’ of democracy, it is imperative that it remains diverse and free of commercialization. Unfortunately, the reality is quite the opposite. In this context, Rupert Murdoch’s media empire, stands as a symbol of this dire imbalance. News […]

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The Cultural Narcissist

Sam Vaknin’s Psychology, Philosophy, Economics and Foreign Affairs Web Sites “The new narcissist is haunted not by guilt but by anxiety. He seeks not to inflict his own certainties on others but to find a meaning in life. Liberated from the superstitions of the past, he doubts even the reality of his own existence. Superficially […]

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Responsibilities and duties of holiday inn manager

In a holiday inn business, managers run the room rentals with duties that vary depending on the size and type of the business. Under the premise that holiday inn type of lodging is popular with vacationers and business travelers alike; innkeepers are the most charming, well- informed persona about their area and should be one […]

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3 Tips to Reduce Cyber Monday Returns

For most retailers, there are two sides to the holiday season: long periods of preparation, followed by short intense bursts of execution. No day is more intense for online retailers than .As Black Friday remains the apex for brick-and-mortar stores, Cyber Monday has become the digital equivalent for online retailers. With it less than two months […]

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Capital Budgeting

Question 1: Annual Sales Revenue and Costs (Other Than Depreciation)   ` Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Units 1,350 1,350 1,350 1,350 Unit price $200 $206 $212.18 $218.55 Unit cost $100 $103 $106.09 $109.27 Sales $270,000 $278,100 $286,443 $295,036.3 Cost $135,000 $139,050 $143,221.5 $147,518.1 The market interest rate, which is the cost […]

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The aerospace industry

For the last several years the aerospace industry has been trying to evaluate the real impact of the VLJ sector, its size and influence on existing air markets, with little real success. Even now the picture is not really clear. There are two points of view on this matter. Some supporters claim that this technology […]

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A Faithful Servant: the Ambition and Power of Thomas Wolsey

During the beginning of Henry VIII reign, the young and inexperienced new king was content with letting his father’s advisers continue to govern the realm from the security of the council. As Henry wasn’t interested in the responsibilities, namely regarding the political aspects and hard work that went into being the king, he let most […]

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Walmart Swings Low

The article by Greta Guest, “Holiday Shopping Price Wars: Wal-Mart Swings Low: Aggressive Cuts Take Fight to Big Rivals,” concerns Wal-Mart’s actions in this year’s Black Friday event, in which it engages in a massive price war by offering much lowered prices on holiday gift items between the hours of 5:00 a. m. and 11:00 […]

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In Defense of Prejudice

The article “In Defense of Prejudice”, by Jonathan Rauch is about opposition to “hate speech” (n.d.) as he puts it in this work. Prejudice refers to prejudgment i.e. making a decision about a case before getting to know the reality of the situation of the case. It can be termed as making premature judgment about […]

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Is Marijuana Dangerous to your Physical Health?

Recreational use of marijuana has been going on for many years, and like cigarettes many people refuse to listen to health reports. More and more reports are coming out on the effects of marijuana on the body. Just how harmful marijuana can be is questionable. Some health reports state that it is very detrimental to […]

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Gun Control: The Real Issues

Misuse or theft prohibited by law. This was the warning printed on a milk-carrying container at the local grocery store where I work. The use of the word prohibited intrigued me, so when I got home I looked it up in Readers Digests Great Encyclopedic Dictionary. I found two definitions: 1. To forbid, especially by […]

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Bows and Arrows – The New and the Old

Archery started as a hunting and war pursuit but presently, it has come to be limited to only hunting and recreation. It uses a bow and an arrow to shoot a target or prey. It is a game requiring extreme expertise and skill and has evolved a great deal since its birth in the late […]

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In the movie “Mean Creek” Marty Is the Real Villain

In the movie “Mean Creek” we are faced with many characters with their own set of morals and personalities. However, like all movies there must be a villain who does evil deliberately and is the principle bad character in the film. It is without a doubt that Marty is the real villain in Mean Creek. […]

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The train — journey into the inner self

Born and brought up in the United States and eager to experience India firsthand, Karl Rosario travels to India. The teenager is overwhelmed by the reality that is India, but soon realises that it has another faceIt is a snowy December evening at JFK International Airport. I snuggle into my seat and insert my iPod […]

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Mirror in Contemporary Portrait Art

“Mirrors are two-dimensional surfaces with virtual depth. If you measure the distance between the virtual object behind a mirror surface and the mirror surface, then you will discover that the distance is exactly the same as the distance between the real object and the mirror surface. Mirror images are in the mirror, not confined in […]

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Virgin Galactic

In the 21st century, thousands of wealthy tourists pay tens of thousands of dollars to climb up Mount Everest, dive cave systems, and ski across the Arctic. That is why tourism is a verified market and one that will unavoidably result in holiday to the moon, As evidenced by the fact that it is already […]

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Sir Robert Peel Analysis

He created the first modern police force, the Metropolitan Police in London. According to Peel, the real key for policing is “the police are the people and the people are the police (Wikipedia 2010). ” It was his belief that prevention of crime could be accomplished without intruding into the lives of citizens. He set […]

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VSM In mining

In the automotive Industry It Is widely used to optimize processes, eliminate waste, set proper level of stock and, last but not least, to actually see and understand the real process. VS. helps to understand and streamline work processes using tools and techniques of Lean Manufacturing. The alma of VS. Is to Identify, demonstrate and […]

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The Blunt Truth

The Blunt Truth A seemingly growing trend that has become one of the mall discussion points on State and Federal levels Is the legalization of marijuana for both medical and recreational use. Some citizens are able to see the great potential in the legalization of marijuana, not only its benefits for the government, but for […]

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