1. Allegory a literary work intended to tell or convey a moral principle; representative qualities ex. The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe 2. Allusion a brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historical, cultural, literary or political significance. It does not describe in detail the person or thing to which it refers. 3. Alliteration the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning 4. Analogy a comparison between two things (often times very dissimilar) using relationship between items as the basis of the comparison 5. Archetype a very typical example of a person or thing; a typical character, an action or a situation that seems to represent such universal patterns of human nature 6. Characterization a literary device that is used step by step in literature to highlight and explain the details about a character in a story 7. Diction specific word choice 8. Foreshadowing to show or indicate beforehand; prefigure 9. Imagery descriptive language used to appeal to the 5 senses with the intent of creating a vivid mental image 10. Irony a figure of speech in which words are used in such a way that their intended meaning is different from the actual (or literal) meaning of the words 11. Juxtaposition the placing of things side by side so as to highlight the characteristics
(often contrasting) of 2 things 12. Metaphor comparison not using ‘like’ or ‘as’ 13. Mood how the
including the Petrochemical Corporation (Petrokimya Anonimsirketi-Petkim) and Etibank and some 600 private enterprises. Chemicals produced in Turkey include boron products, caustic soda, chlorine, industrial chemicals, and sodium phosphates. The high quality of the country’s minerals gives it a proportional advantage in several products.
Turkey also produces natural gas and oil but not enough to make the country self-sufficient so they import both oil and gas. New oil and natural gas fields have been…
Critereia for Deﬁning Exploitation a) Inverse interdependent welfare principle the material welfare of the advantaged group of people causally depends upon the material deprivations of the disadvantagesd b) the exclusion principle the causal relation in a) involves the exclusion of the disadvantaged group from access to certain important productive resources controlled by the advantaged group c)the labor appropriation principle the causal mechanism which translates b exclusion into a differential…
The Prime Minister (PM) holds the most power in this democratic country. The PM is not elected directly by the people; he/she is elected by the party with the most seats in the House of Commons. The appointed PM has a huge number of unilateral powers. Academics have said, “The Prime Minister not just the recent one but the position itself- tends to enjoy powers to a degree that may be unhealthy…
bureality shows that these compartments aren’t watertight; laws typically originate in the executive branch as bills that aren’t expected to change much as they make their way through legislative mill
legislature dominated by small groups of members (Prime Minister and cabinet) who oversee executive branch
bureaucrats, who implements passed laws, often have large discretion in determining the actual meaning of the laws
represent the people and accountable to them thru periodic…
phenomena - unemployment, inflation, economic growth.
Microeconomics: The study of how individual units - business, households, people - make decisions about how to allocate resources.
Resources: Include time, money, labor, and machinery.
Seven Principles of Economics
1) People face trade-offs.
2) The cost of something is what you give up to get it.
3) Rational people think at the margin.
4) People respond to incentives.
5) Trade can make everyone better off.
6) Markets are usually a good way…
last decade, including those associated with Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Alcoa, Enron, HIH, Merck, Lehman Brothers, Parmalat, Union Carbide and WorldCom, have not only contributed to global ﬁnancial crises. They have also raised questions about the quality of corporate leadership and ethics, and damaged the psychological relationships between such companies and their multiple stakeholders. Studies of such scandals and…
systematically breaking down th e strategy of the single Louis Vuitton luxury brand into the four Ps (Product, Price, Place, and Promotion), our aim in this paper is to extract the rules or principles of its brand marketing that differ from that of general consumer goods. In other words, the object is to distill the rules and principles of success strategies for l uxury brands as well as to derive a busi ness m odel for success. Showing that the current rise of Louis V uitton is not a coincidence but rath er so…
Fair Value Issues and the Sub Prime Crisis
Fair Value Issues and the Sub Prime Crisis
Ernst & Young1
A debate has developed about an old chestnut of accounting – fair value determination. The
purpose of this paper is to detail recent observations from the sub prime and subsequent
liquidity crisis and discuss the application of both Australian and US accountings standards to
the issue of fair value. In recent times, there has been considerable commentary…
No society is safe from torture and brutality on the part of public officials. It is therefore dangerous for democracy to permit judges to become politicians in robes and to substitute their moral judgements for those of elected representatives on issues outside their essential field. The underlying objective of the study is to suggest ways in which the K can have a robust system of protecting human rights while at the same time ensuring that judicial assertiveness does not undermine…
Prepared and Presented to:
Under The Guidance Of :
Company’s Guide:- Faculty Guide:-
Mr. C.S Bhama Mr.Bhupendra Tripathi
(Submitted in the partial fulfillment for the award of the degree of Master Of Business Administration from G.B Technical University,
Submitted By :-
Roll No. 0914170052
(MBA III Sem.)
Sagar Institute Of Technology & Management…