Economic Development Through Social Tourism: a Case for Nottingham

Research proposal: Aim: To identify the economic costs and benefits of implementing a local social tourism strategy The development of Tourism in any country is a great way for the reallocation of wealth from the local markets and injecting it back to the country’s revenue in a bid to ensure the growth of the community and see to it that the resources are tapped into and used...
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Current Economic Data

This paper researches the economic status of the Middle East countries. The countries include Egypt, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and The United Arab Emirates. These countries major export is crude oil. This makes them earn a lot of income. This paper will cover the period from 2003 to 2008. The economy in these countries seems to exist well due to the presence of the crude oil. Ter...
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Compare & Contrast Essay: Pocahontas vs Sacagawea

Pocahontas and Sacagawea. Both, in their own ways, helped relations between Native Americans and the European explorers who ventured into their lands. They were both capable, independent women who showed their bravery in various circumstance. They’ve been immortalized on U.S. postage stamps, and yet one of these women has achieved fame at a level far beyond the other. Compari...
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The Fault In Our Stars Book and Movie Review

Im going to write a movie review about a movie i thought was amazing and touching, The Fault In Our Stars. It was an amazing movie so i’m going to tell you about it. It was a story that they turned into a movie and there is a reason why and i’m going to tell you. It all started with a girl named Hazel Grace Lancaster, a 16 year old with a thyroid cancer that spread down to ...
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Leader Interview

Introduction The selected company is Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. is an American retail company that operates in many other different parts of the globe. It is worth noting that the company is ranked the third largest public company around the globe. Additionally, the Fortune Global 500 list ranked the company the largest employer. It employs over two million ...
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Becoming Comfortable with Being Different

Bruce carefully peels a dining hall orange over two sheets of paper towel. We sit in a study room of the library where I have come to hear his unique story. Sunlight pours in through the window, drawing patterns on his grey winter coat. I have seen Bruce around campus before, but never had the chance to talk with him. “I decided to go to a boarding school, not because I did...
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Homes of the Future

The future home is made of a lot of ideas that are futuristic and most of them for now are just still on theory level. Some of the features to be put up will include gadgets and technologies which will make work easier in the homes. But this home will become more secure and friendlier environment due to less accidents and more eco friendly zone. Carbon output in the future ho...
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The Red Scare, and How It Relates To The Crucible

Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, a partially fictionalized play interpretation of the Salem witch trials, was written to resemble the American government’s actions during the Red Scare, Mccarthy’s “witch hunts” for communists committing traitorous acts within the government. As The Crucible began with an actual witchery incident, The Red Scare began with accounts of real communi...
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Buddhism spiritual therapy

Buddhism is one of the fastest growing religions, behind Christianity and Judaism and is approximately equal with Islam and Hinduism today (Perry, 2008). One of the reasons that can be articulated to this spread is because of the Buddhists believe that no individual has a soul and do not concern themselves with God or gods, thereby making it accommodating to most people. Unli...
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The Life of Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar was a dictator of the Roman Republic. He became this through war and suffering. Julius Caesar was a great man but yet he was also a terrible man. To begin with, Julius Caesar’s early life. Julius Caesar was born on July 13th, 100 B.C. He was born in to a family that was a part of the Julius dynasty. At 15, Caesars father died, leaving him and his two sis...
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