• William Shakespeare Stratford Family
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    William Shakespeare William Shakespeare is probably one of English literature's greatest influences. Not a lot is actually known about him, but we do know about his life comes from court records, wills, marriage certificates and his tombstone. William was thought to have been born in 1564. We know this from the earliest record we have of his life; his baptism which happened on Wednesday, April the 26 th, 1564. We don't actually know his exact birthday but from this record we assume he was born i...
  • Hip Hop Music Record Success
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    Music Appreciation Hip-Hop is one of the newest forms of music. It has expanded and is now the most popular form of music for people ages 11-25. In the last 2 years, hip-hop is the most lucrative form of music. It has sold billions of records and has made record companies billions of dollars. Hip-Hop was started in New York City in the late 70 s by the cities youth. Hip-Hop was more than just music, it was a culture. It involved many things such as style, of dress, break dancing (a new form of ...
  • Music Quality And Marketing
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    Over the years the music industry has grown from a fairly profitable industry with a few major stars into a billion dollar industry with many major stars. The music industry has evolved in many different ways through such inventions as the television and music videos. In order to become a star in the industry today it is almost essential that you have a good music video and a great marketing campaign. With these pressures on new artists I believe it makes it hard for them to be themselves and no...
  • Taxes Business Tax Deduction
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    Planning for your disability or death can result in lower taxes for business owners. Gift, estate and income taxes can be properly managed with a succession plan. Costs for life insurance and professional fees may be lower under a plan. This strategy can also minimize squabbling among family members and key business managers. Income splitting is one type of planning tool - simply move income to a child or other family member who will pay at a lower tax rate. The person must perform reasonable w...
  • Patriot Act Records Terrorist Commit
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    The Patriot Act has been one of the most hotly debated topics since it was enacted in 2001. The biggest reason for the controversy over the act, is whether or not it invades some of our personal freedoms. I, however, believe that the Patriot Act is something very necessary in today's world. The Patriot Act was designed to protect the United States from further terrorist attacks by allowing more information to be recorded for investigation. This is needed because in order to arrest someone, they ...
  • Music Records Light Club
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    The DJ Booth Even while standing inside a DJ booth can be loud and obnoxious, the excitement of playing music and controlling a huge crowd sends and unexplainable feeling through your body. When I first step into a DJ booth at Club Centers, located in the heart of Rochester, New York, my nerves start going crazy and butterflies hit my stomach so fast it feels like I have to puke. Just the sight of three turntables and an eight-channel mixer in front of my face is like sending a little kid into a...
  • Patriot Act Enforcement Law Records
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    The USA Patriot Act is very important to everyone in the United States of America. There are many people that are anti-patriot act because they feel it infringes on there constitutional rights. At the same time, there are enormous amounts of people that are pro-patriot act putting the safety of the home front as their number one priority. This act was very instrumental in giving our intelligence agencies the tools necessary to intercept terrorist messages and fore warn us of any possible attacks...
  • Electronic Medical Records Software Office Ehr
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    Electronic Medical Records, or EMR are computer-based medical records for patients. One of the brands of EMR is VistA-Office EHR, which has been brought to the public domain in 2005. This is an EHR software platform for the grand license fee of $50 per month. VistA-Office EHR (Electronic Health Records) core functions are clinical order entry, standard progress note templates, and results reporting. The main features of VistA-Office EHR (VOE) include: Simplified Installation (Clear and concise d...
  • Confidentiality Of Individually Identifiable Health Information
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    Criterion A: Describing the issue The misuse of private health care information can cause discrimination against others in society. Nowadays we trust and depend upon the medical professionals to secure our private records. The computer revolution has made the process of transmitting information convenient, thus allowing our family secrets to travel from our family doctor to hospitals to insurance companies - increasing the level of insecurity. The idea of federal security legislation has been ef...
  • Opening Adoption Records Biological Adoptee Parents
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    Opening Adoption Records When a child is adopted, it is standard procedure for a new birth certificate to be issued. On this new certificate the adoptee s new name appears, along with the names of the adoptive parents. All references to the adoptee s birth name, the name of the adoptee s birth parents and the fact of the adoption, are omitted. The original birth certificate is then placed in a confidential court file, is sealed, and becomes unavailable. Although many believe the records should b...
  • Common Law Records Information Public
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    Communications Law In San Francisco, two of Alameda County's six municipal courts have limited public access to criminal court records after a Legal Aid Society lawyer requested it; others are waiting an opinion from the county counsel about its constitutionality. The question is, can the courts in Alameda County withhold criminal records from the public Does this violate the constitution The article says that the courts did this to protect the witnesses and the victims. However, this protection...
  • Evaluation Of Reliability Of Parish Records And Census Returns
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    Explain how you would evaluate the reliability of parish records and census returns as written sources. Sources are never completely reliable or unreliable. It is the Historians job to evaluate the sources and from that reach drawn conclusions. However, different people, who may or may not see certain points as, for instance, biased, can interpret sources in different ways. Both Parish records and census returns are public records, more so local records as they are kept in local record offices. ...
  • 1967 Referendum Question Aboriginal Records
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    The 1967 Referendum On 27 May 1967 a Federal referendum was held. The first question, referred to as the nexus question' was an attempt to alter the balance of numbers in the Senate and the House of Representatives. The second question was to determine whether two references in the Australian Constitution which discriminated against Aboriginal people should be removed. This fact sheet addresses the second question. The sections of the Constitution under scrutiny were: 51. The Parliament shall, ...
  • Confidentiality And The Law
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    Confidentiality and the Law Confidentiality regarding the information in children's school records is of large concern to parents. Parents worry about the information being accurate, and they also worry about access being restricted to those individuals with a justifiable reason. The issue of confidentiality has received a great deal of attention, hence several laws designed to protect not only the student, but also teachers, school counselors, and other administrators. This article looked at fo...
  • Develop Effective Procedures For The Maintenance Of Personnel Records
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    INTRODUCTION All organisations, large or small, need to keep certain records, some because the law requires them, and some for the company's use. Personnel management depends on the gathering, processing and communication of information. Information is gathered from within the organisation (e. g. about workforce size and structure, about labour turnover, accidents etc) and from its environment (e. g. demographics, legislation and regulation etc). Both private and public organisations need to ha...
  • Music Privacy Whistle Blower
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    Piracy has been a problem for the music industry on a number of levels. Ever since the Internet began saturating American culture, the number of pirated songs available has increasingly become a serious threat to the entire music industry, especially record labels and music stores. Advanced compression techniques (mp 3 format) have been distributed across the Internet that enable high quality music to be freely available to anyone on the Internet. The "mp 3" fad started in dorm rooms of college ...
  • People Money Banks Computers
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    Are computers just good for retrieving information quickly or do they perform other functions such as storing and manipulating data to meet particular needs. Just for your consideration: resources include money and people; so you may want to change resources to facilities / equipment if indeed you are talking about buildings / equipment . Nal Computers are managment tools that assist administrators in managing money, clientele, and past records. For a long time now people have used computers to ...
  • Analysis Of Objections To Objectivity By Howard Zinn
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    The article Objections to Objectivity by Howard Zinn discusses the difficulty and near impossibility of recording history accurately and without bias. A person's life experiences and beliefs can shape the way they interpret historic events, as well as the opinions of Society at the time. Evidence of prejudice in historical accounts can be shown using ancient records, school textbooks and modern media reporting. One of the earliest instances of such subjective documentation is shown in ancient Eg...
  • Town Poor System Records
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    1. In 18 th century America, no stable system of welfare existed to assist the poor who found themselves without any financial ability for their food, shelter, or medical care. The poor were provided the relief only by local taxes, and these funds were quickly run out. Finally, in order to manage this problem, New England towns established the! ^0 warning out! +/- system stemmed from English law. ! ^0 Warning out! +/-, a welfare system to take care of the poor, only covered the town! s legal inh...
  • Beat Matching Record Process Playing
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    Everyone Beat Matching Beat Matching Everyone has seen or heard a DJ perform at some point in their life. The type of disc jockey I am referring to isn? t a radio DJ that just plays songs for people to listen to. I am referring to what is best know as a? club? DJ; one that uses two turntables and a mixer. Most people don? t even pay attention to what exactly the DJ is doing behind the turntables; and to tell the truth most people don? t care. The final product produced is good music that is blen...