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The Physics of Tackling in American Football
The game that America has come to know and love may have more behind it than everyday viewers and fans realize. Physics fuels every aspect of the game of football and is evident in the collisions that take place on every play. Watching a game of football can be a great learning tool to anyone interested in better understanding the laws of physics. Many great examples are provided on every snap. Mass, force, momentum, velocity and torque all play significant roles in the tackling action performed by players and the better you understand these terms the better you can begin to understand the game itself (Gay).
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Football, to me, is more than just a game. I have probably learned more valuable lessons from it than from school.
When I joined the team freshman year, I didn’t realize what I was getting into. Even though I had been playing since fourth grade and knew it was hard work, nothing would prepare me for the effort I would put into football that year. We worked all summer in the weight room and ran on the track to get in physical and mental shape before the season.
See, football is more of a mental sport than anything else, so running on the track wasn’t only about getting in shape. We would push our minds by running as hard as we could even if we felt like we were going to pass out
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reason - not to play football: it's expensive for the budget of the family. Not many parents can spend more then two hundred dollars for the equipment, to pay an additional cost for the season, to buy special drink and meal at football match, to pay extra money for the transport, for to go to different states, cities, countries. I write some important reasons for the kids not to play American football. For you , to decide! “Our eyes saw it , but we could mot believe our eyes ?!”
Kids should not play football. I believe, that football is a great exercise and helps kids get stronger. But, till the first an accident, only. You can choose another kind of physical activity or sport, which are not risky and aggressive. Different kinds of physical activity or sport activity keeps kids grades up. All of them are the great exercise. Youth enjoy the sport very much. Let's to do right chosen! I prefer peaceful type of sport - swimming. To remember: Your life is in your hands. The life and the health of your kids also!
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FUTURE OF BANGLADESH FOOTBALL
Throughout history, football has been the most popular sport in Bangladesh. As a fan of football when I think about the position of our football it makes me dishearten. Because I think it should be far more better. It is the high time we should think about our football to make it up to the mark. Compared to the past, the standard of Bangladeshi football has degraded due to mismanagement, lack of support and poor investment. An interest in cricket resulting from the nation’s success in Test Cricket and participation in the Cricket World Cup overshadowed the past fame in the nation’s football. But however this did not affect football’s popularity. More
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England early exit – what must hudgson do? By Ahmed Osman
Sort out the defence.
England's defence was earmarked as a potential weak link even before they travelled to Brazil - although it should be remembered it was Chelsea captain John Terry's decision to retire from international football and it was not up to Hodgson to plead with him. Hodgson's exclusion of Ashley Cole in preference to Southampton's Luke Shaw was open to more debate as Everton's Leighton Baines struggled. Easy to be wise after the event but was Hodgson's reluctance to have Cole even playing the role of deputy at a World Cup the one major fault in his squad selection? This is an area of the side Hodgson must
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History of Japanese Football
Christopher Hood casts a learned eye over the history of Japanese football, on both club and national level.
Japanese football has yet to make much of an impression on the world stage, despite Hidetoshi Nakata's having made his mark with Perugia and Roma in Italy's Serie A. The general perception however is that Japan is new to football and not very good at it. In fact, football has a long history in Japan.
Football reached Japan within ten years of the foundation of the Football Association (FA) in London in 1863, with matches taking place between some English teachers and their pupils in Tokyo and among Western sailors in Kobe in 1871.
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Socrates and the Football Genius, Belichick
In the history of mankind, various people have left behind trademark qualities that distinguish them for ages. One such character is Socrates. Even though much of what is known about Socrates is mostly through the accounts of Plato and Aristotle, Socrates still remains a well-known personality. It is because of Socrates that we often stumble upon the approach known as the Socratic method to answer some of our most intriguing questions, questions that require a certain logical method, and an aptitude of intellectual depth and wisdom to answer. Socrates was known as the man with copious amounts of wisdom and knowledge. Another defining trait of
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| Hello,The leisure activities and games we “play” are socially constructed. This means that they are a product of the society and culture that we live in. Think about professional sports, football in the United States is an extremely big deal. However, outside of America football is rarely played. Most countries do not even have an American football league at all. However, throughout the rest of the world, football (ie. Soccer) is a huge deal. This is just one example of how our culture teaches us how to “play.” What games do you play? Why? Are they played outside your culture? Again, be sure to use examples.Remember if you have any questions feel free to post them in the problems and solutions section or email me.Best Wishes,NickRespond |
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quickly moves back and forth in the skull. Concussions are a short loss of normal brain function that is usually caused by sports injuries or by a blow to the head. American Football is one of the easiest ways to receive a concussion. Even though the players wear helmets they can still get a concussion. Researchers have found that out of 17,549 college football players, 888 players have received concussions and out of those 888 players 131 received another concussion that same season. Researchers at Virginia Tech, using sensors attached to the helmet of a college player, recorded more than 3,300 hits to the head during 10 games and 35 practice sessions in 2003 (Kuwana, 2004). They found
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, on the other hand, has held all three of the professional sports. It has hosted nineteen soccer matches, the last one being July 2010. Also, football games where the Boston Patriots of the American Football League played there from 1963-1968. Fenway has also held its first ever hockey game in 2010, hosting The Winter Classic where the Boston Bruins played the Philadelphia Flyers. Not only have these stadiums held sporting events they have also held World Series Championships. Back in the early 1900’s, the Cubs were a very talented team. Wrigley Field has not held a World Series Championship since the Cubs had won back to back in 1907 and again in 1908. On the other hand, Fenway Park has
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Should the Washington Redskins Change their name?
No, the Washington Redskins should not change their name. They have had the name since the franchise was born in 1937, which is 80 years ago. If people want to change the Washington Redskins name and mascot then there are going to be lots of other teams in professional sports as well as in colleges and high schools that are going to have to change their names too. The Oneida Indian Nation has started a campaign for the NFL to stop using a racial slur as the name of Washington’s football team; they also want the mascot changed to something that is not offensive to Native Americans. They are not wrong about the
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Saint George College School
American Diploma at St. Fatima Language School
SAT1 score: 1330
SAT2 score: 1000
BSc - Engineering and Materials Science - German University in Cairo.
Final GPA: 2.9( Good) on a 6-point grading system.
TRAININGS & INTERNSHIPS:
Two months training course – Egyptian Engineering Center, Egypt, July, Augst 2010.
One months training course – Egyptian Engineering Center, Egypt, July 2011.
Fresh Electric for home appliance as a quality engineer; working on a project to apply a quality reception and quality control plane for all Fresh factories
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models” are “typical, safe and acceptable” (American Academy of Adolescent and Child Psychiatry, 2011). Without Cousins experiencing a “negative outcome” then individuals are not “vicariously punished” and will continue engaging in unacceptable behaviors such as illicit drug taking (Seligman & Baldacci, 2005).
From the commencement of the Australian Football League in the 19th Century, it has always generated a tremendous impact to our sporting culture. The combination of Australians admiration towards elite sportsmen, combined with children further idolizing them creates a difficult situation if they do not act appropriately. Footballers themselves, are often glorified by young children
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Unit 2 Portfolio
Jasmine Madsen 1B
How was sports effected by the Great Depression:
* Social: People were not allowed to drink under the different games because of prohibition, so the atmosphere was completely different. The attendance to all the games fell strongly. Athletes were setting new records and especially when the poor people won it made American beliefs in power and to improve themselves. There was a lot of advertising of the different kind of sports and the newspaper or radio kept people updated. And all the different sports started to make sponsorships and all the sponsors played a big role when it came to advertising.
* Political: The government was
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Interpersonal Conflict in Remember the Titans
I choose the movie – remember the titans. It is an inspirational movie, making my blood boiling from the beginning to the end and teaching us that we are all equal no matter what race you are. It talks about not only the games, but also racial conflicts, friendship and the significance of life.
The story goes like that: in the early 1970s, two schools in Alexandria Virginia integrate forming T.C. Williams High School. The Caucasian head coach of the Titans is replaced by an African American coach from North Carolina. Tensions arise when players of different races are forced together on the same football team. Many of these tensions are eased
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1.) What are your interest and hobbies.
Sports have always been a part of my life. I have been involved in cheerleading at a very young age and I naturally created an interest in football and basketball. I enjoy watching high school and college football and basketball which incorporates my desire and ambition to volunteer my time coaching cheerleading at local recreation parks and centers. Coaching cheerleading allows me to stay active myself, and give back the talents I have acquired throughout the years.
I enjoy working out on a consistent basis I try to do at least two physical activities five days a week. I love yoga, Pilates, running, and hope to take up biking soon. My husband and
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organized sports we know today came into existence. In the 1860s, the popularity of baseball was on the rise and as one anonymous writer put it, "This was the first time in American history that grown men put on costumes and played a child's game". Unfortunately, increased popularity also came with increased scrutiny, rules, and the eventual banning of blacks from the National Association in 1867 and all-professional baseball organizations thereafter. The story is much the same with the rise of basketball and football as well. Initially, there were no rules stating blacks couldn’t play professionally and there were certainly a few who did play. But once the popularity and viewership rose
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transfer offers coming from the richer European clubs. Boca
have a product that they can sell to these clubs, who can afford to pay Bocas star high salaries. Therefore, it
is important that Boca positions itself in the European football market well. Of course, the other South
American teams also need to sell their star players, to offset their financial losses (South America teams all
receive poor TV revenue).
Using Porters FiveForces Model, we can come up with some proposed actions on how Boca can position
themselves well externally.
1) Bargaining power of suppliers Boca can start a “bidding war” with the rich
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in turn put him back on a path towards positive things and better occupied him.
O.J Simpson went to City College of San Francisco and then went onto get a scholarship to USC. He then became an all American football player and won the Heisman Trophy in 1968. O.J starred in movies after his football career and later went on to marry his first wife, Marguerite whom he had three children with throughout their marriage. In that relationship there were issues with violence and he cheated on her all the time. It was when he met Nicole Brown did he really start to show his real self. He started seeing Nicole while he was still married to his first wife Marguerite who he divorced in 1980. He was
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of this difference, Karaim shows how invaluable a college education can be to an athlete. Karaim shows that only 47% of Men’s basketball players, and 59% of football players actually graduate. There has also been a burgeoning string of academic scandals at schools across the country. According to a table from “The Chronicle of Higher Education”, there have been 37 major academic violations that have occurred at NCAA member institutions since 1990. That is on average more than one per year. Most recently, the University of North Carolina has come under scrutiny for a case of academic fraud on their campus, within the department of African American Studies. The allegations against UNC include
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US History 114-602
Bergen Community College
THE PAUL ROBESON—JACKIE ROBINSON SAGA AND A POLITICAL COLLISION.
By Ronald A. Smith
Journal of Sport History, Vol. 6, No. 2 (Summer, 1979) P 5-27
Dr. Ronald A. Smith, a historian and Professor Emeritus at Penn State University analyzes Jackie Robinson's appearance, and impact before the House UN-American Activities Committee in light of anti-American messages made by the entertainer and former Rutgers University All-American football superstar Paul Robeson. Smith argues that for symbolical grounds, the federal government reached out to Jackie Robinson so he can assist in getting rid of Paul Robeson from his
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over some of the main issues, but in the end lists the three types of gambling, what are they and how have they impacted our society?
I find it interesting that the author points out Alabama which prohibits gambling, we do have the SEC conference in football, which could be categorized as a type of gambling, depending on a person's view of gambling, but there are Indian Casino's in Alabama, a place of major Indian removal during the Jacksonian presidency. We will discuss the landscape of casinos further down the road, but I will point the striking contrast to the environment, which is small town, old buildings, lots of trees and then out of the blue is this tower of a building
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In Pursuit of Excellence Book Review
If I were new to the topic of sport psychology, and I asked someone to suggest a book that would give me an in-depth, how-to description of learning to control your mind and use it to your advantage, then I would expect them to suggest In Pursuit of Excellence. I have read a few different books on sport psychology, with all of them discussing the same information and techniques, but none of them go into the type of depth that this book does. It is almost as though this is the Bible of sport psychology; that is just how well Terry Orlick has written the fourth edition of his book, In Pursuit of Excellence. Like most North American athletes, I developed
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Over the past decade we have observed the growth and development of American professional sports leagues, both on the national scale and globally. The National Basketball Association (NBA) and National Football League (NFL) have both cleaned up their image through their participation in various environmental and community programs such as NBA Cares, NFL PLAY 60, NFL Green Team, and A Crucial Catch. Unfortunately, major legal and ethical situations have arisen which adversely affect each league in different ways. This paper details such social responsibility efforts mentioned above, as well as others, and aims to present the ethical and legal issues surrounding former Baltimore Ravens
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Federative Republic of Brazil
My article will be about the Federative Republic of Brazil. First I will give a brief introduction about the history of the country.
Brazil is the only Latin American nation that derives its language and culture from Portugal. The native inhabitants mostly consisted of the nomadic Tupí-Guaraní Indians. Adm. Pedro Alvares Cabral claimed the territory for Portugal in 1500. The early explorers brought back a wood that produced a red dye, pau-brasil, from which the land received its name. Portugal began colonization in 1532 and made the area a royal colony in 1549.
During the Napoleonic Wars, King João VI, fearing the advancing French armies, fled Portugal in
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Perrier is French mineral water, globally known as naturally carbonated spring water with low contents of sodium. In the past, Perrier controlled about 24% of the total U.S bottled water business, and was dominating half of imported bottles water sector. The market sales of Perrier sparkling water from France rapidly grew in the United States from one million US Dollars to about eighty million per year. However, Perrier now accounts for eighty percent of declining water imports in America and 29 percent of the $225 million of sales yearly in the bottled-water market, which is growing at the rate of 9 percent annually. The American public is trading low in sales of
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the National Football League (NFL) beginning in 2012.
• At it’s core this company revolves around innovation.
Friday, February 24, 2012
Nike - Financial Performance
• They had $20,862.00 million in Sales during 2011. • Their P/E ratio reﬂects that investors are conﬁdent about the ﬁrm’s outlook. • They have a really great Debt/Equity ratio, anything less than 1 is considered good (There is enough equity in the company to cover their liabilities). • They have the most proﬁtable operations because they have best operating proﬁt margin. • Their dividend yield is in line with fast growing companies. • Their ROE % falls
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design for specific athletic such as football, basketball, running and even walking. According to figure2, Nike branded footwear contributes about 43.6% of Nike’s stock, while Nike branded apparel constitutes around 24.7%. It means that Nike branded footwear and apparel is the most important parts of its product line.
Because the importance and popularity of sport, the sportswear market has a huge profit, a great prospect, and a fierce competition. Nike major competitors include Adidas, Puma, and New Balance. Although on such a competitive market, its company value keeps growing every year because of innovation. It can be seen clearly from figure3 that the stock price of Nike increased over
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with the idea that we can find happiness everywhere. The culture of the brand is to represent a
lifestyle – being social and modern when you are drinking a coke, which is a model, a leader.
Obviously, Coca Cola intends to share the American dream and the American values.
Innovations are key to Coca Cola’s success in reinventing itself in a changed world.
Packaging & Logo
For coke, packaging has been a defining
aspect of its spirit and key to its
engagement strategy, so no wonder it
came to the first innovation area that has
been addressed. Coca-Cola is committed
to strict environmental guidelines, and to
ensuring the packaging has as little impact
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Dodge ram’s “farmer” commercial
October 21, 2015
Almost everyone watches the Superbowl, whether it is for the football game or the commercials. Let us face it; as much as we all do not enjoy commercials, we always look forward to seeing what will be previewed in the commercials every year. Everyone across the nation has seen Ram’s “Farmer” commercial. It not only reached out to people in the farming industry, but it was also relatable to all fields. One thing in particular that set the official Ram commercial “Farmer” apart from the other commercials was they touched more on the emotional side of people’s feelings rather than something more physically known like a celebrity
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the world, but there are few names that carry the same legendary quality as SABER. Born in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendale, SABER was raised by creative parents and discovered his passion for art at an early age. At 13, his cousins introduced him to graffiti when they took him to see spray painted-covered Belmont Tunnel. From that moment on he was hooked. After honing his skills on local walls, SABER joined MSK, and was later introduced to legendary piecing crew AWR.
His claim to legendary status began when he in 1997 he completed the largest graffiti piece ever created. His piece on the Los Angeles River was nearly the size of a football field, took 97 gallons of paint and 35
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Parrish Flanders April 23, 2013
Nike is considered to be one of the largest American suppliers of athletic shoes, apparel, and sports equipment. At the same time, this company and its brand are well-known worldwide. To a significant extent, this is the result of the strategy of the international markets expansion that is one of the main directions of the strategic development of the company. Obviously, this strategy provides the company to enter new markets and strengthen its position in traditional ones. At the present moment, the strategy of expansion is particularly important since the world economy tends to globalization and nowadays, multinational
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Traditional and Contemporary Religions:
Religious Features of Weightlifting
Religion has evolved from a belief of a spiritual being. Many aspects of life and activities can be considered a religion depending on the context. Several sports, such as baseball and football, have been analyzed and identified as a religion. However, no research has yet to determine whether weightlifting can correspond as a religion. Through peer reviewed sources, fitness articles, a self case study and qualitative research, it is possible to identify the religiousness of weightlifting.
Key Definitions of Religion
Gautheir (2004) examined the factors
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Times printed a story in 1922 titled “Radio: How to Plan Set for Home Use” explaining the technology of the radio and how it could be set up in the home. The first paragraph of the story does not introduce radios though; it gives a breakdown of the football games that will be broadcast in the hopes that fans wanting to hear the games will buy the sets.11
Sports on Television
The television and with it televised sports followed radio about a decade later when the first sports broadcast in the USA, a baseball game between Columbia and Princeton Universities at Baker Field in May 1939, was broadcast to local television owners.12 Due to a low proliferation of television sets and providers in
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are recognized by the American Dental Association (ADA) and the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD).
MetLife provides disability products for individuals as well as employee and association groups who receive them through their employer.For individuals, the company’s individual disability income insurance can replace a portion of lost income if an individual is unable to work due to sickness or injury.MetLife offers several individual disability income policies, including MetLife Income Guard, OMNI Advantage, OMNI Essential, Business Overhead Expense, and Buy-Sell.The policy options provided by the company vary in terms of eligibility and the provided coverage. For groups
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Rose thinks is wrong with the American public and the justice system. Here we have someone who is about to make a decision that will either save a boy's life or kill him, and he's happy that it's a murder case, where a man died, because it's exciting for him. It shows a complete lack of concern, which concern 8th Juror will slowly come to impress upon the other jurors. It makes the whole event sound more like a Roman circus than an American court of law.
3. 8TH JUROR: ...Look, this boy's been kicked around all his life. You know - living in a slum, his mother dead since he was nine. He spent a year and a half in an orphanage while his father served a jail term for forgery. That's not a
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many options available such as E-15 green fuel. The company can also accentuate its efforts to attract minorities and women with strategic brand alliances such as Olay and Cover Girl.
As far as threats NASCAR is highly adverse to recessions. Sponsors pulling out for any other reason are also a concern of the company. As television technology improves customers are less willing leave the comfort of their homes to participate in NASCAR events. Fans are now watching the races on HD TV’s. Apart from other sporting events such as basketball and football NASCAR has to directly compete with Formula 1 racing. Currently F1 racing has a substantially stronger internationally presence and twice as much
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steroids can sometimes also lead to pain or difficulty while trying to urinate. Taking performance enhancing drugs can also lead to major heart problems. According to the American Heart Association journal, Long-term anabolic steroid use may weaken the heart more than previously thought and may increase the risk of heart failure (Long-Term). For example, middle-aged weight lifters who took steroids for a couple years showed impaired heart pumping function and would then end up leading to series of heart attacks. Steroid abuse has been tied precisely to harmful effects on cholesterol levels, and a connection is suspected between steroid abuse and an enlarged heart (Long-Term).
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recognition with numerous awards, including ‘CEO of the Year’ by Business Times and American Express and ‘Developing Airline of the Year 2003’ by Airfinance Journal. (iv)
4. Industry Framework Analysis.
4.1 Porter’s 5-Forces Model (Appendix 1)
From the analysis model, it is possible to conclude that supplier power is high due to monopolization of the industry by Boeing and Airbus. However, this is countered by the relative poor performance of airlines in the recent past. Although there are only two companies to purchase or lease airplanes from, the global crisis has limited new entrants into this market and reduced upgrading of planes for the immediate future.
Buyer power is reasonably
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also had several joint ventures and international distributors in Canada, the Caribbean, Latin American, Europe, and the Pacific. Coors had sixteen beer brands, including a specialty line, Blue Moon that competed with the domestic micro brewing industry.However, Coors continued to focus upon its four key premium brands, Coors Light, Original Coors, Killian’s Irish Red, and Zima. Coors Light was the fourth largest selling beer in the U.S. In packaging, Coors had to compete with the major competitors’ value packaging, such as twelve-packs and thirty-packs. In 1959, Coors introduced the nation’s first all-aluminum beverage can and in the late 1990’s, it had introduced a baseball bat bottle and a
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Costin has been a member of Lululemon’s Board since March 2007. She has served as the
President of Wilderness Point Investments, a financial investment firm, since 2005. In 2011, she
co-founded Paola Quadretti Worldwide, a women's made-to-measure clothing company and is
Chairman of the Board. From 1992 until 2005, she served as the President of Reservoir Capital
Management, Inc., an investment advisory firm.
Mr. Glenn is the President of Global Commercial Services and an Executive Officer of American
Express Company. Mr. Glenn joined American Express in 2002 where he served as President of
the Merchant Services division.
Martha A.M. (Marti) Morfitt has been a member of Lululemon’s Board since
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in data centers. For example, the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. (www.ashrae.org).
Chapter 2 Global E-Business and Collaboration
Case 1: Walmart’s Retail Link Supply Chain
1. Where does Walmart’s supply chain start? What triggers Walmart’s Retail Link system to ship goods to local Walmart Stores?
Walmart’s Retail Link is triggered by consumer purchases in local stores by point-of-purchase cash register data. This is in contrast to more traditional supply chains which often start with a manufacturer or distributor shipping goods to local stores based on forecast sales or the hope of making more sales by flooding isles
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hydrogen atom by the length of an American football field (100 yards = 300 feet), and determine the diameter of the nucleus in millimeters. (b) The atom is how many times larger in volume than its nucleus?
36. The nearest stars to the Sun are in the Alpha Centauri multiple-star system, about 4.0 ( 1013 km away. If the Sun, with a diameter of 1.4 ( 109 m, and Alpha Centauri A are both represented by cherry pits
7.0 mm in diameter, how far apart should the pits be placed to represent the Sun and its neighbor to scale?
37. The diameter of our disk-shaped galaxy, the Milky Way, is about 1.0 ( 105 lightyears (ly). The distance to Messier 31, which is Andromeda, the spiral galaxy nearest to
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“Ekin” is a transnational corporation. Ekin is our brand to produce the sport item in this world. Our logo is set by our brand name.
Our company is set at Vietnam and factory too. Our companies have produces so many sport item example basketball, football, badminton and so on. The more of the item we produce is sporting shoe. Except shoe, we also produce clothes, pants, stockings, basketball, racket and so on.
Sporting Cloths of Men
Vietnam is our home country, the main I choosing Vietnam is because of the
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Throughout all texts, the personality and development of the characters is an art created by the author. How the reader perceives the characters plays a large role in the readers understanding and connection to the text. In Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen’s development of many characters draws certain emotions from the reader. The personalities of many characters in Pride and Prejudice become infuriating and bothersome as the novel progresses. Austen’s creation of ridiculous and exaggerated characters such as Mrs. Bennet, Mr. Collins, Miss Bingley, and Lady Catherine create negative reader bias towards the characters and their actions in the novel.
The ridiculous behavior of Mrs. Bennet is
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impact on society’s health and well-being as well as healthcare costs. A connection also exists between being physically active and living a healthy lifestyle. But as the Western world grows older, sport must reinvent itself to deal with this demographic shift. • Sport and education: Sport provides not only health benefits for young participants but also instils qualities such as team work, discipline and a competitive spirit that prove valuable in adulthood. It therefore warrants a prominent place in the educational system. • Sport and politics: Sport and politics often go hand-in-hand. Events such as football matches and the Olympic Games can be vehicles for improving understanding between
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Business globalisation is forming new demands for individuals, organisations and countries to work together in many different ways. A team that is multi-cultural has the capability to bring individuals together with an extensive range of ideas and experiences. In the recent years, there has been a tendency of multi-cultural teams becoming very common. This is because cross border mobility has become much easier and the number of people travelling from one nation to another has grown significantly (Aswathppa, 2010). This has also resulted in the intermarrying of people from different ethnic backgrounds and cultures. Although having multicultural
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Database-management system (DBMS) is a collection of interrelated data and a
set of programs to access those data. The collection of data, usually referred to as the database, contains information relevant to an enterprise. The primary goal of a DBMS is to provide a way to store and retrieve database information that is both convenient and efficient.
Database systems are designed to manage large bodies of information. Management of data involves both defining structures for storage of information and providing mechanisms for the manipulation of information. In addition, the database system must ensure the safety of the information stored, despite system
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Over the Years…
Work with Jason/Scott/Phil’s Customers
Enter customer orders
Enter Purchase orders
Send order acknowledgements
Enter new customer info into FACTS
Enter new vendors info into FACTS
**Collect Customer Credit Info
Track release information for Logistics
Process incoming check
Answer phones/ Direct calls
Request/Send Certificates of Insurance
**Gather Vendor Information
Open/ Sort Mail
Track and order office supplies & other needs
Set up Quick Delivery
Set up Fed Ex Deliveries
Work closely w/ Jason/Scott/Phil (Mike J’s
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Third Party Relationship Party
Vendor/third party relationships are an important part of ___FCU’s core purpose. It is necessary and prudent that ___FCU establish and manage these types of relationships in order to strategically provide services and products we could not provide on our own. This policy will provide reasonable assurance that management is appropriately managing contracted critical vendor relationships for a maximum benefit with the least amount of risk.
Senior management must ensure that all risks have been taken into consideration along with the benefits to the CU and its members, and that the risks and returns are acceptable. Careful consideration must be given to