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One Life for the lives of many: How Maragaret Edson’s “Wit” depicts the beginnings of technological and medicinal feat

| December 17, 2012

Introduction In the play Wit written by Margaret Edson, the main character, Vivian Bearing, decides to donate her body to medicine to help better understand the ruthless disease of cancer and death itself. While many seem to believe that the theme of the play deals with the relationship between the doctor and patient, I felt […]

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Sound and Structure: arranging in performance Serhan Osman

| December 15, 2012

gIntroduction In this assignment I will endeavour to reflect on the process of re-arranging the Turkish song ‘Don Desem’ (If I say ‘come back’), particularly focusing on my dual role as composer and performer. I will refer to a variety of musical components, namely; the genre, scale and modes, harmony, song structure, texture, timbre, incorporating […]

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Performance Evaluation of the European Bond Market: Analysis of the Yield Spreads on 10-Year Government Bonds

Performance Evaluation of the European Bond Market: Analysis of the Yield Spreads on 10-Year Government Bonds

| February 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

This paper analyses the performance of the European bond market with a particular focus on analysing yields and yield spreads in the Euro Zone area.

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Strategic and Cultural Analysis of BT Group Plc

Strategic and Cultural Analysis of BT Group Plc

| February 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

BT GROUP PLC: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF CULTURAL DIFFERENCES ON SUSTAINABLE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE AND CORPORATE PERFORMANCE

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Evaluation of the performance of the European bond market

Evaluation of the performance of the European bond market

| February 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

The increasing importance of mutual funds in society by the individual investors and portfolio managers explains the massive number of studies conducted and broadcasted in the financial and academia press.

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