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IS ULYSSES A HERO?
The question of Ulysses\' heroism depends on the definition of a hero. The Collins dictionary describes heroes as ‘someone especially a man who has done something brave new or good and who is therefore greatly admired by a lot of people\' by this standards Ulysses more than qualifies for a hero however I believe a hero is that and more. A hero for me is a person who risks their lives for the good of others not for the fame and glory but for the good feeling. In my standards, Ulysses fails sho...

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Literature, Spacecraft, Fiction, Odyssey, Ulysses, Odysseus, Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Chris Drown The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks P
roject Double Entry Journals Quotes "Lord, it just feels like that blackness be spreadin all inside me." -Henrietta Lacks Chapter 5 | Page 48 | Last Paragraph Responses While reading this section, I felt as though there was such a vivid sense of imagery. Here she is comparing her cancer to a "blackness" that has taken over her life and her body. It shows exactly how she felt, and that the cancer was truly killing her. Sadie had been Henrietta\'s friend for a very long time. She was very familiar...

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Wellcome Book Prize, Henrietta Lacks, Henrietta, HeLa, Rebecca Skloot, Biology, Film, Non-fiction
Geometry can be defined as The branch of mathemat
Geometry can be defined as "The branch of mathematics that treats the properties, measurement, and relations of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids."1 But what most people don\'t know is that geometry is much more than that definition. Geometry is what helps designs buildings, it\'s what helps make our cars, houses, ramps, most of the things we use every day are connected to geometry somehow. Geometry is so much more than a subject we study in school, geometry is everything. And thanks...

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Mathematics, Geometry, Ancient Greek mathematicians, Angle, Euclidean plane geometry, Foundations of geometry, Triangle geometry, Euclidean geometry, Pythagoras, Pythagorean theorem, Euclid, Right angle
Euclid is one of the most popular mathematicians t
Euclid is one of the most popular mathematicians that have ever existed. He has influenced the world and changed the way we see math for generations to come. Thanks to Euclid we have what is known today as geometry. "He is often referred to as the "father of geometry" due to the concepts he explored in  Elements of Geometry , his most famous and influential wor k ." 1 It has been said that besides for the Bible the "Elements of Geometry" has been the most studied book around the world. Euclid...

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Mathematics, Geometry, Foundations of geometry, Ancient Greek mathematicians, Euclidean plane geometry, Euclid's Elements, Euclid, Angle, Pythagorean theorem, Golden ratio, Mathematical proof, Greek mathematics
Beowulf overall is an interesting film and poem. I
t is about a courageous hero who is very visual. The same thing is for the film as well. As always, there are differences between films and books that are noticeable. The same thing goes with Beowulf as well. The differences did not take that much away from the plot, but it changed how some of the character\'s attitudes are or respond to certain events. The similarities can range from the plot, description of characters, setting, and the overall theme are the same. However, differences in the t...

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Literature, Beowulf, Fiction, Culture, English folklore, Geats, Anglo-Saxon paganism, English-language films, The Dragon, Hrothgar, Wiglaf, Grendel
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CONTRACT FOR NOT EATING NON-VEGETARIAN FOOD
DATE: 05/09/2015 PLACE: NUJS FLAT NO.7 TIME: 6: 30 P.M. Parties to Contracts: Pragya Goyal (Party 1) Shreya Purti (Party 2) Pragya Goyal and Shreya Purti in p resence of Deepshikha Dhar hereby agree on the fact that Shreya Purti will not eat non-vegetarian food for one month anywhere , starting from 06/09/2015 to 05/10/2015. Any breach to this contract will result in : C ompensation in form of treat in any food shop amounting to 50/- only . This implies that each time the party breaches the con...

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West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Vegetarianism, Privity
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
Experience comes only when one tries to perform something. Being a law student, I understand that how important the law is, and its use in the society. Everyone has the knowledge that there is particular code of conduct, which prohibits people from committing any wrong. But when someone commits any act, it is often seen that victim becomes reluctant to take action against the culprit due to various reasons. So it becomes the duty of people who knows the importance of law and helps such people i...

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Ethics, Bachpan Bachao Andolan, Law, Jurisprudence, Knowledge, Philosophy of law
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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a concept in which the disagreeing parties come to an agreement by way short of litigation. ADR provides disputed parties a chance to solve the issues in a more cost-effective manner and with increased efficacy. It is a peaceful way of resolving disputes as they are more private, economically feasible and efficient. In addition to this, it helps in reducing the burden on courts also. The Judiciary in India is under great stress as there is tremendously hu...

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Dispute resolution, Alternative dispute resolution, Lawsuit
In the video called ‘the Bystander effect', ther
In the video called ‘the Bystander effect\', there were two people pretending to be ill in three different situation . The background is in the station where there were a diversity of many different groups of people.They were all lying in the street but the time they had to wait to get help is different. This is called bystander effect which refers to cases in which individuals do not offer help to a victim when other people are present. There are several factors that affect people\'s willing...

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Crowd psychology, Bystander effect, Social phenomena, Diffusion of responsibility
Groupthink is a decison made by a group in which p
Groupthink is a decison made by a group in which people act in agreement and uniformity. There are eight symptoms of groupthink. The story about Lisa is an example of groupthink. Lisa has just moved from Australia to Kanto and she is having difficulties making friends. Although Lisa is really excited, her classmates think that she is too loud and do not want to sit with her. Sara, one of the classmate, although likes Lisa but also did not say anything positive about Lisa. In this case, pressure...

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Group processes, Conformity, Consensus, Error, Groupthink, Lisa Simpson, Social psychology, Belief, Animation
TOPIC: Argued about why people should be more self
-sufficient with food PRO JOURNAL ARTICLE WITH MULTIPLE AUTHORS Algert, S., Diekmann, L., Renvall, M., & Gray, L. (2016). Community and home gardens increase vegetable intake and food security of residents in San Jose, California. California Agriculture, 70(2), 77-82. doi:10.3733/ca.v070n02p77 By describing the benefits of gardening on enhancing vegetable consumption, food security and soci al bonding, the article aims at encouraging people to grow local food in their communities or home ga...

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Natural environment, Biology, Urban agriculture, Community gardening, Localism, Gardening, Environmental design, Gardener, Soil contamination
The 20 th century marks the movement of feminism w
The 20 th century marks the movement of feminism with the f ocus on the attainment of legal equality. Not only becoming controversial in public campaigns, feminism was also symbolized in literary world . The play Trifles by Susan Glaspell performed in 1916 reflects the author\'s belief on gender role soci ally and domestically. The story was about an investigation of a murdering mystery involving a married couple. The patriarch dominance was described successfully in Trifles though the followin...

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Gender, Structure, Humanities, Social status, Trifles, Women's rights, Discrimination, Feminism, Gender role, Sociology of gender, Susan Glaspell, Oppression
Nowadays, the dominant industrial agriculture has
Nowadays, the dominant industrial agriculture has played significant influences on our community. Although industrial agriculture is given with economical benefits , it has raised concern with human health and environmental effects. To achieve a healthy and active life style by growing our own food, many people are involved in gardening. Along with the modernization of technologies , gardening has been developed with variable methods. Based on growing environment, there are three major type of...

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Hydroculture, Agriculture, Aeroponics, Environmental design, Agricultural soil science, Land management, Hydroponics, Aquaponics, Intensive crop farming, Soil, Garden, Grow box
Tran Ha Phuong
AENG111B A1767822 Words: 177 My topic for the argumentative essay First draft I chose the topic why people should be more self-sufficient with food because of my related background to this issue. I was growing up in Vietnam, a country where there is a food safety crisis without little substantial management from the government. In addition to the spread of unhygienic fast-food, the traditional food production and trading are also unsafe due to the lack of ethics from stakeholders to make profit...

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Food politics, Food and drink, Food science, Euthenics, Health, EMI, Food Records, Food, Sufficiency
Bolivia
Bolivia\'s education program is bad because most children that live in rural areas are poor and can\'t afford to go to school like the kids in the cities can, Also out of the kids that do go to school most of them don\'t even finish primary school, and that doesn\'t give the kids a chance to be what they have the potential to be because most of them don\'t have the education to do it. Let me start with some facts about Bolivia. Bolivia\'s official name is Republica de Bolivia. The name Bolivia...

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Andean Community, Bolivia, Republics, Americas, La Paz, Union of South American Nations, South America
Who we are
Don\'t be shy! Let us know how great you are. This is magazine aimed for the youth of South Africa. The youth of yoday need guidance and support, It\'s a great place for your voice to be heard..\' If you only had a few seconds to pitch your ideas and views to someone, what would you say? We would like to hear you. Contact Us ONE PHONE CALL, EMAIL AWAY 1 NEW HEIGHTSLENASIAWWW.YOUTHMATTERS.CO.za Phone: 011 00YOUTH Email: [email protected] Web: www.youthmatters.co.za YOUTH MATTERS 1 NEW HEIGH...

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Human sexuality, Communication, Adolescence, Educational psychology, Sexting, Advertising, Risk, Tab key, Structure
Fawn Slaughter
September 29, 2017 Professional Nursing Organizations: Sigma Theta Tau History of the organization, number of members, state and local chapters, and procedures for membership. The Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing was founded by Mary Wright, Edith Copland, Marie Lingeman, Elizabeth Belford, Elizabeth Miller, Dorothy Adams, and Ethel Clarke in 1922. They formed the organization at the Indiana University Training School for Nurses, which is presently known as the Indiana Univ...

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Health, Nursing, Association of College Honor Societies, Sigma Theta Tau, Transcultural nursing
How does Priestley explore responsibility in ‘An
Inspector Calls\'? J.B. Priestley uses a range of effective devices in "An Inspector Calls" to promote his views on social responsibility including character, action, dramatic devices, language as well as historical and social setting. The play being set in 1912, it was produced in 1945 because Priestley wrote it to encourage people to make a fresh start and to enable life never to be the same for the people of post-war Britain. Numerous references to the historical and cultural background in a...

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Film, British films, Literature, Theatre, An Inspector Calls, J. B. Priestley
How does Priestley explore responsibility in ‘An
Inspector Calls\'? J.B. Priestley uses a range of effective devices in "An Inspector Calls" to promote his views on social responsibility including character, action, dramatic devices, language as well as historical and social setting. The play being set in 1912, it was produced in 1945 because Priestley wrote it to encourage people to make a fresh start and to enable life never to be the same for the people of post-war Britain. Numerous references to the historical and cultural background in a...

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British films, Film, Theatre, Literature, An Inspector Calls, English-language films, J. B. Priestley, Birling
WHAT IS NETIQUETTEEvery culture or society has its
own codes of behavioural rules called "etiquette". The definition of "etiquette in the "Colins" Dictionary reads as follows-"conversational code of conduct or behaviour". Thus the rules of the Internet where christened Netiquette.THE RULES OF NETIQUETTEDon\'t ShoutUse mixed case. UPPER CASE LOOKS AS IF YOU\'RE SHOUTING.Use SymbolsUse symbols for emphasis. That is what I meant. Use underscores for underlining. War and Peace is my favourite book. Use smileys to indicate tone of voice, but use the...

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Internet culture, Computing, Internet, Cyberspace, Virtual reality, Etiquette in technology, Social information processing, Habits, Popular culture, Etiquette, Netizen, Email
Secondly ,Moby dick 1851 was recognized as the Ame
Secondly ,Moby dick 1851 was recognized as the American novel written by Herman Melville. At the age of 21, he went to whaling in pacific for 4 years,of course Mody dick was about whaling too. Some part of the book made us the feeling of biology instead of novel which was a new style called sui generis. This novel wasn\'t popular at first but it became popular in modern period in1920 because the quality of modernist of experiment matched his theme. Moreover the story was hard to read because of...

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Moby-Dick, Fiction, Literature, Nautical fiction, Ishmael, Queequeg, Moby Dick, Captain Ahab, Pequod, Herman Melville, Puritans, Zeena
Ryan Sahle
Mrs. Janet Swierbut ENG 108 September 4, 2017 Cask of A montillado third person Essay He began to lay the first tier of the bricks but Fortunato had mostly recovered from the intoxication . Y ou could hear a low moaning cry from the depth below it wasn\'t the cry of a drunken person , after the cries there was a long period of silence . He continued to lay the second , to third , and fourth layers of bricks. Then suddenly you can hear movements of the chain s. T he noise lasted for minutes whic...

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Fiction, The Cask of Amontillado, Masonry, Short stories, Brick, Literature
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Ryan Sahle Mrs. Janet Swierbut ENG 108 September 27 , 2017 " The M anagement of G rief ", by B harati Mukherjee shows narrator Shaila \'s journey through her feelings of denial due to the tragic death of her family. People in the story cope in different ways. First off S haila the main character, an Indian in Canada was stoic and didn\'t want to show her emotion about her loss . Other people might think that she\'s not suffering badly because she doesn\'t show it but inside she is . Her neighbo...

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Copes, Pam Beesly, Haila Mompi
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Sahle( 1) Ryan Sahle Mr Nolan ENG 108 October 2 , 2017 Reviewing and evaluating websites is a crucial skill in research and for writing papers because no t every source is reliable. I t may take a little bit of time but it will guarantee that the sou rce you use will be a valid one. T he website that I will be reviewing today is History Matters " the U S history survey course on the web". ( http://historymatters.gmu.edu ) this is a site which some teachers use so it\'s important to see if it\'s...

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Ryan Sahle Mrs. Janet Swierbut ENG 108 September 19 , 2017 Hills Like White Elephants Response In the "Hills Like White Elephants" by Ernest Hemmingway, it is hard to tell what the woman serving the drinks to the couple can understand as the reader is led to believe she does not speak English. During the story there is a repeated reference to the hills looking like white elephants . The woman serving drinks may be thinking that the couple is there to see the beautiful landscape of Spain . The r...

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Hills Like White Elephants, Elephant
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Mrs. Janet Swierbut ENG 108 September 4, 2017 The Influence of Reading Reading can influence us a lot in our lifetime , it allows you to consider a whole new way to look into things . H ere\'s some of the ways that reading transforms you and how to understand what the author means. R eading helps influence us by giving us perspectives that yo u might have not thought before in other situations . It provides the platform that all sides could speak which is a huge influence that is often overlook...

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Applied linguistics, Orthography, Writing systems, Educational psychology, Reading, Literature, Education, Communication
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Ryan Sahle Mrs. Janet Swierbut ENG 108 September 30 , 2017 Comparing " A R ose for Emily " and " The Cask of Amontillado " American authors Edgar All en Poe and William Faulkner each wrote stories that show characters w ho commit similar murder s and seem to suffer from some form of mental illness . The characters are Montresor in "T he C ask of A montillado " by Poe and Emily , in " A Rose for Emily " by Faulkner. These characters may be different in some ways but they also hold a few key thin...

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Matter, Montresor, Chemistry, Arsenic, Revenge, Atomic physics, The Cask of Amontillado
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Ryan Sahle Mrs. Janet Swierbut ENG 108 September 23 , 2017 A V ery O ld Man with Enormous Wings t heme One recurring theme in the short story , "A Very Old M an w ith Enormous W ings " by Gabriel Garcia Marquez is the hu man reaction toward the supernatural and unusual thing in this story . The thing referred to in this short story is the old man with wings who was found washed up on the shore . A lot of the people in the story t reat the old man as a weird occurrence rather than a supernatural...

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Fiction, Speculative fiction, Occult detective fiction, Serial drama television series, Autonomy, Constitutional law, Dignity, Honor, Angel, Warren Worthington III, Supernatural
Ryan Sahle
Does the narrator develop or change or "grow" over the course of the evening? How does drugs play a role in the story? touch of his fingers on her face was important t in her life narrator assumes blind people act a certain way because of movies narrator assumes a lot like blind people always wear dark glasses Robert\'s handicap has compensations: It has made him compassionate, tolerant, and open-minded Wife tried killing herself with pills Rob and wife sending audiotapes back and forth to each...

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Governor of Straits Settlements (Penang, Melaka, Singapore) Elements included in the British Administration (1867-1942) -Law and order British system of administration > Equality in the eyes of the law -Social changes > Growth of towns and population > Land allocated for planation purposes and seizure of land from village communities -Education >Western education due to the civilizing mission Defence >Setting up of army, naval and air force bases >Deployment of soldiers and po...

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Asia, Human geography, Singapore, Sook Ching, Japanese occupation of Malaya
Jabneel Gonzalez
September 12, 2017 American History "The Colonial Life" There were two largest groups of non English immigrants, Scotch-Irish and Germans. Scotch Irish that were actually Presbyterian Scots and they were from the protestant colony of Ulster. They started having economic problems such as having no food to eat, no land, and religious intolerance. For those problems the Ulstermen were sent to the colonies like Philadelphia that most of them arrived, but most did not stay. Because they had no land...

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Hairdressing, Judicial clothing, Wig, Louis Timothee, Food, Culture
EXPERIMENT NO. 6
Aim: Title: To demonstrate the concept of Inheritance. Theory: In  object-oriented programming  (OOP),  inheritance  is when an  object  or  class  is based on another object ( prototypal inheritance ) or class ( class-based inheritance ), using the same implementation (inheriting from an object or class) specifying implementation to maintain the same behavior (realizing an interface; inheriting behavior). It is a mechanism for  code reuse  and to allow independent extensions of the o...

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Software engineering, Computing, Object-oriented programming, Computer programming, Inheritance, Is-a, Java, Class-based programming, Interface, Class, Method, Object
EXPERIMENT NO.
Aim: To demonstrate a program using the concept of Method overriding and ‘super\' keyword Theory: Method Overriding: In any object-oriented programming language, Overriding is a feature that allows a subclass or child class to provide a specific implementation of a method that is already provided by one of its super-classes or parent classes. When a method in a subclass has the same name, same parameters or signature and same return type( or sub-type) as a method in its super-class, then the...

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Software engineering, Computing, Computer programming, Object-oriented programming, Method, Java, Method overriding, This, Class, Constructor, Inheritance, Java syntax
EXPERIMENT NO. 5
Aim : To demonstrate the concept of method and method overloading in Java. Theory : Method: A Java method is a collection of statements that are grouped together to perform an operation. When you call the System.out. println ()   method, for example, the system actually executes several statements in order to display a message on the console. Syntax of a method: public static int methodName ( int a , int b ) // body } Here, public static   : modifier , int : return type , methodName : name of...

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Software engineering, Computing, Computer programming, Subroutines, Method, Programming language syntax, Type signature, Type theory, Java, Function overloading, Parameter, Entry point
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Aim: To demonstrate the concept of method and method overloading in Java. Theory: Method: Java methods are where you put the operations on data (variables) in your Java code. In other words, you group Java operations (code) inside Java methods. Java methods must be located inside a Java class. Java methods are similar to what is called functions or procedures in other programming languages (e.g. Pascal or JavaScript). A method is a group of Java statements that perform some operation on some d...

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Software engineering, Computing, Computer programming, Method, Object-oriented programming, Type theory, Java, Data types, Function overloading, Constructor, Parameter, Polymorphism
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Aim : To demonstrate a program using the concept of Method overriding and ‘super\' keyword Theory : Method Overriding: If subclass (child class) has the same method as declared in the parent class, it is known as   method overriding in java . In other words, If subclass provides the specific implementation of the method that has been provided by one of its parent class, it is known as method overriding. Usage of Java Method Overriding : Method overriding is used to provide specific implement...

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Computing, Software engineering, Computer programming, Method, Object-oriented programming, Java, Method overriding, Constructor, Inheritance, This, C++ classes, Java syntax
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Aim: To demonstrate the concept of Interface in Java. Theory: Interface: An   interface in java   is a blueprint of a class. It has static constants and abstract methods only. The interface in java is   a mechanism to achieve fully abstraction . There can be only abstract methods in the java interface not method body. It is used to achieve fully abstraction and multiple inheritance in Java. Java Interface also   represents IS-A relationship . It cannot be instantiated just like abstract cla...

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Computing, Software engineering, Computer programming, Java, Object-oriented programming, Interface, Class, Inheritance, Abstract type, Method, Abstraction, Protocol
EXPERIMENT NO. 6
Aim: Title: To demonstrate the concept of Inheritance . Theory: Inheritance in java  is a mechanism in which one object acquires all the properties and behaviors of parent object. The idea behind inheritance in java is that you can create new classes that are built upon existing classes. When you inherit from an existing class, you can reuse methods and fields of parent class, and you can add new methods and fields also. Inheritance represents the  IS-A relationship , also known as  parent-c...

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Software engineering, Computing, Computer programming, Object-oriented programming, Inheritance, Multiple inheritance, Method overriding, Interface, Class, Java, Is-a, Polymorphism
EXPERIMENT NO. 4
Aim : To demonstrate the concept of constructor and constructor overloading in Java. Theory : A constructor initializes an object immediately upon creation. It has the same name as the class in which it resides and is syntactically similar to a method. Once defined, the constructor is automatically called immediately after the object is created, before the new operator completes. T he implicit return type of a class\' constructor is the class type itself. It is the constructor\'s job to initial...

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Method, Computing, Computer programming, Software engineering, C++, Default constructor, Constructor, Java, Function overloading, C++ classes, Object lifetime, Copy constructor
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Aim: To demonstrate the concept of Interface in Java. Theory: Abstract class: A class that is declared with abstract keyword, is known as abstract class in java. It can have abstract and non-abstract methods (method with body). It needs to be extended and its method implemented. It cannot be instantiated. e.g. abstract   class   A }   Abstract method: A method that is declared as abstract and does not have implementation is known as abstract method. e.g. abstract   void   printStatus ( );...

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Computing, Software engineering, Java, Computer programming, Object-oriented programming, Type theory, Software design patterns, Abstract type, Interface, Class, Method, Clone
Ecomark
APPLICATION PROCEDURE The procedure for obtaining a license to use the mark is as follows: A manufacturer desirous to obtain a license to use the Ecomark has to apply to Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) on the prescribed form with a fee of Rs.500/- per application. The application form may be obtain from BIS directly or its regional/ branch offices. A separate application has to be made for each commodity covered by a particular standard. If the standard consists of various parts, separate appl...

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Economy, Certification marks in India, India, Food and drink, Food science, Food Safety and Standards Authority of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Ecomark, Bureau of Indian Standards, Food safety, Ecolabel, Safety
Apeda/Onion/CAG/2006-07
30th March 2006 PROCEDURE FOR GRANT OF CERTIFICATE OF AGMARK GRADING FOR EXPORT OF ONION TO THE EUROPEAN UNION 1.0 Background The Govt. of India, vide Public Notice No. 28(RE-2002)/2002-2007 dated 2nd August, 2002 issued by Directorate General of Foreign Trade notified that all fresh fruits and vegetables exported to the European Union may be inspected and certified by the Directorate of Marketing and Inspection (AGMARK), Ministry of Agriculture and that the inspection and certification would b...

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Agmark, Analytical chemistry, Sample
Impact of Advertising on Consumers' buying behavio
Impact of Advertising on Consumers\' buying behavior through Persuasiveness, Brand Image, and Celebrity endorsement Shumaila Ahmed and Ayesha Ashfaq ABSTRACT The present research paper is focusing on the impact of advertising on consumer\'s buying behaviors. Brand i mage, persuasiveness and celebrity endorsement in the advertising are the key factors, which raise the consumers\' intentions towards the product and buying behaviors. The buying behavior is strongly influenced by image of the produ...

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Marketing, Microeconomics, Business economics, Advertising, Consumer behaviour, Advertisement film, Copy testing, Music in advertising, Testimonial, Brand loyalty, Out-of-home advertising, Celebrity branding
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Knapping is the shaping of flint , chert , obsidian or other conchoidal fracturing stone through the process of lithic reduction to manufacture stone tools , strikers for flintlock firearms, or to produce flat-faced stones for building or facing walls, and flushwork decoration. The original Germanic term "knopp" meant strike, shape, or work, so it could theoretically have referred equally well to making a statue or dice. Modern usage is more specific, referring almost exclusively to the hand-to...

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Lithics, Archaeology, Matter, Geology, Lithic reduction, Knapping, Lithic core, Stone tool, Chert, Conchoidal fracture, Lithic analysis, Flint
1000 DAYS AND A DREAM
When India opened up the national economy to the global market and allowed foreign companies to invest in their economy, the soft drink and bottled water business was one of the foreign companies\' interests in the Indian market. 1000 Days and a Dream looks at the story Plachimada and what happened when the Coca Cola ( A soft drink foreign company) bottling plant opened there . In 1998, HCCBPL acquired 34.4 acres of land (mostly paddy fields) in order to set up a bottling plant at Plachimada. O...

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Water, Food and drink, Matter, Hydrology, Bottled water, Coca-Cola, The Coca-Cola Company, Groundwater, Cola, AdeS, Drinking water, Water resources
Navind Beeharry, Mauritius
by The Context China and India are two neighbouring countries in Asia who share the two largest population of the world and in fact added together they represent nearly one third of humanity. Globalisation has imposed internal pressure and external pressure to bear on both India and China. For most Chinese and Indians alike, economic life is hard despite the fact that reforms and globalisation have created various new opportunities[1] and as such both countries have witnessed an emerging middle...

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Economy, Structure, Economic geography, International development, Economy of India, Economic booms, Economic liberalization, Globalisation in India, Globalization, Chinese economic reform, Economy of China, International Monetary Fund
New Consumer Protection Bill to ensure timely just
ice The existing Consumer Protection Act-1986 is being replaced by a consumer friendly legislation, with a forward looking approach including protection of consumer\'s rights while transacting through e-commerce. By: PTI | New Delhi | Published :October 19, 2016 10:12 pm Government has initiated a series of steps to strengthen consumer protection mechanism and also bringing a new comprehensive legislation to address various other issues, including timely delivery of justice, Union Minister of S...

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―It is good to have money and the things that mo
ney can‘t buy, but it‘s good too, to check up once in a while and make sure you haven‘t lost the things money can‘t buy.‖ - George Lorimer, American editor & writer Who is a consumer? A consumer is defined as someone who acquires goods or services for direct use or ownership rather than for resale or use in production and manufacturing. In the fields of economics, marketing and advertising, a consumer is generally defined as the one who pays to consume the goods and services produ...

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Effect of Jago Grahak Jago Communication Campaig
Effect of "Jago Grahak Jago" Communication Campaigns in India to Increase Consumer Awareness After finding a low level of consumer rights among public, Govt. of India started a national level-media awareness campaign, Jago Grahak Jago, in 2005. The slogan ‘Jago Grahak Jago\' has now become a household name as a result of the publicity campaign undertaken in the last 8 years. Apart this argument, some research findings also concluded that the campaign has not touched the masses, like rural pop...

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Bathing, Bathroom, Rooms, Vinay