Water is one of the most crucial yet common substances on our planet

It comprises over 70% of the earth’s surface; Water is everywhere, including the air we breathe. Without it, there would literally be no life. Every single living thing contains water. The element of water is itself so significant that it justifies particular importance. The first components of life are actually thought to have originated from primordial waters. Ever si...
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Lifebuoy: Customer and Market Analysis

Lifebuoy is one of the oldest personal care brands of Unilever, which provide affordable health solution to the personal hygiene problem crossing the whole world.The first Lifebuoy product was launched as an affordable disinfectant soap in UK in 1894 and then the product spread across the world, such as USA, India and Brazil markets. Lifebuoy launched at Australia in 1899 as ...
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The Truth

I’m going to preface this by telling you the truth – the whole truth; nothing but the truth – so help me God. I’m going to tell you something you probably anticipated from me but probably disappoints you as well. Something that I’m not proud of, and something I could’ve avoided, but didn’t. So forgive me, Mrs. Abshire, for I have sinned. I did not read the book. In fact, I ne...
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International Joint Ventures

International joint ventures refer to “contractual agreements that join” two international parties or more together for the specific “purpose of executing particular business undertakings”. All the involved parties agree on the “sharing of the profits and the losses” of the joint “enterprise” (Investorwords.com, 2011). All the b...
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Paul and the Early Church

Christian Church, which arose in the first century, declared about itself not only as the Mystical Body of Christ but the subject of the spiritual and social life. The church had to overcome many difficult social obstacles barring the way to execution of its higher purpose. Interacting with many diverse individuals and corporate social subjects that made up the Roman world, t...
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The Faust Legend

The Faust story is one of temptation, the quest for knowledge, and the tragedy of human limitations. It has basis in the truth—a real man named Johann Faust who lived in Germany and was involved in dubious business—but the story strays into improbability as it involves the devil, demons, and black magic. Literature has immortalized Faust, rendering his story time and again in...
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Marketing Cima Mountaineering Case Study

What is Cima’s current situation? After the renovation of Cima mountaineering, Inc. in 1990, they started with $ 13 million revenues, with profit margin of 4. 01%. The next 3 years witnessed a continuous increase in sales and revenues. Their profit margin increased to reach 4. 97% by year 1992. They reached an all time high sales and revenues in 1995 of $20 million; however ...
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Study Questions for “Hospitality, Dignity and the Power of Recognition” by Christine Pohl

Hospitality is resistance to a larger societal norm’s lack of respect and humane treatment of others, who are of the socially disadvantaged communities.The poor folks of this world are not socially valuable to the world community and are overlooked until some organization needs to have an increase in numbers to suffice the organization’s needs at the time being. The poor folk...
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A Rose for Emily – Biography William Faulkner

“Alive, Miss Emily had been a tradition, a duty and a care; a sort of hereditary obligation upon the town…” (Faulkner). “A Rose for Emily” is a short story about the life of a woman with a tragic history. Faulkner’s commentary on social class is apparent in the story. Using a reader response criticism, a reader can analyze “A Rose for Emily” using the aspects of gender, soci...
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Case Study on Jaguar

Jaguar Case Study: Jaguar is the British automobile company which is specialized on the production of the automobiles of luxury class, sport cars, etc. From 1989 to 2008 it belonged to the list of the premium trademarks, which was owned by Ford Motor Company. In 2008 Jaguar was sold to the Indian company Tata Motors. It is widely known that Jaguar is a reliable British car ...
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