The Premier

The government is not accountable in this case at all. Normally, the premier is supposed to take all complaints from the citizens into account and ensure they will be solved. However, despite his awareness of the current problem of long queues, the Premier does not use any resources to eliminate the problem (Richards & Mackenzie 1986 PP 108,204). He considers it as a mic...
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The BANTERburry Tales: How Satire Improves any Story

As defined by Oxford Dictionaries, Satire is the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people’s stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues. Geoffrey Chaucer wrote his collection of poems, The Canterbury Tales, to reflect the current topics and issues of his time period. This collect...
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A Man

“Ahead the long rails were glinting in the moonlight, stretching away, away to somewhere, somewhere where he could be a man” (Wright). Richard Wright was an African American author in the 19th century. Most of his stories were along the line of racial themes. He wrote the book “The Man Who Was Almost a Man” which was published in 1961. The story’s main character is Dave, an A...
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Singapore’s Shopping Culture

Many people are astonished by the beauty and the pace of progress evident in Singapore without realising that it sprang from a very humble background of being a small fishing village that was inhabited by indigenous tribes. However, today Singapore is a bustling cosmopolitan city characterized by high-rise buildings and landscape gardens (Singapore Tourism Board, 2012). The c...
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Genocides in History

There have been many Genocides in our history. Several of them in have occurred since 1945. Genocides have been happening over and over and they are nothing but heinous, resist, hatred acts. To begin with, there is the current genocide in Sudan. This genocide began in 1856 and it is still going on today. The latest death toll is 2,250,050 victims. The victims include the Nub...
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Of Trees and Penguins

Some people who choose this topic are known to be called “nature lovers” and found to be synonymous with tree hugging individuals. This is an unusual way to show gratitude toward nature nowadays. But appreciation of nature can be depicted and expressed in many forms, no matter how odd they may be. The word “nature” is derived from the Latin name “natura” or “natus” meaning to...
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The Relationship between Economic Growth and Environmental Sustainability

Economic growth represents the continuous progression of a nation in terms of trade activities and emancipation natural resources with regard to population fundamentals. The significant involvement of natural and human resources as a basic input brings in the component of sustainability. Hence, in the pursuance of national developmental objectives, this involves the significa...
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Body Piercings

Have you ever wondered why people get their bodies pierced? Some people get their body pierced head to toe. A piercing is simply a pierce or puncture made in your body by a needle. What some people don’t realize is that people don’t only get piercings for the fun of it. There are many different reasons of why people pierce their body that I will tell you about. Piercings can ...
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The Walk

The Walk They call me, tell me to come downstairs. As I walk down the steps, all of my thoughts come to life, little, annoying voices surround me, mocking me. I can’t help but wonder why, why would my parents call all of us to them at once? What’s wrong?When my parents do this, they usually have a really good news or really bad news. Lately it’s been really bad things, suc...
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Site Planning and Construction Method

The proposed site for this gym is in Canbury Gardens. This garden covers an area of about 14.5 acres located in Kingston between Lower Ham Road and River Thames. It has some recreational facilities as well as playgrounds. Such facilities include Kingston Rowing Club, Sigi Cornish Tennis Club and Boaters inn public house. Most buildings within this area are established in sing...
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