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How i made a new friend

How I Made a New Friend     To many people, friendship means a lot. It means they can rely on the person they consider as their friend, they can confide in them, and that the other person shares the same confidence. Sadly, most of these people do not recognize when they find a real friend; they only look for what benefits, or advantages they can get from posing as a friend to someone. It is very encouraging therefore, when you find someone whose company you enjoy, that is reliable, and has a positive impact on your life – wrong! That…

Personal Statement

From a tender age, long before I could fathom the particulars of science or its numerous fields, I had already developed a compelling desire to practice in the healthcare profession. This desire was as a result of a tragic incident that occurred to my family when I was around ten years old. My beloved little sister, upon premature discharge from the hospital, passed on. The heartbreaking incident happened in my home country, Nigeria. I was utterly devastated. She had been discharged from the hospital because we could no longer afford her medical upkeep. We desperately sought for ways to help…

SCENARIO PLANNING CONCEPT IN STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

SCENARIO PLANNING CONCEPT By (Name) Professor Course Date Scenario Panning Concept Scenario planning refers to the process of forecasting future activities. Important to note that, scenario planning consists of formulated plans that are based on the mission and the overall goals of the organisation. Again, the entire process requires the business managers to think and make ethical decisions for the long terms objectives. The fundamental purpose of this paper is to research and discuss scenario planning in strategic management of a business or an organisation. Also, the paper seeks for new developments, advancements, and application of the concept in strategic…

IMPLICATIONS OF ART ON REGENERATION

IMPLICATIONS OF ART ON REGENERATION Art is something an unnecessary necessity. Imagine a world without art, music, cinema, dance, opera, literature and poetry. That world would be a very dull place devoid of thing that distinguishes us human beings from other species. Without art the banality of reality would be intolerable. As we know that there are good and also bad sides of everything in this world so today we are going to discuss the potential positives as well as negatives of the implication of arts/artists on the processes of regeneration. Art plays complex roles in regeneration and gentrification. Art…

Get Solution: Static and dynamic analysis of an unknown suspicious file

Tasks to be undertaken: In this coursework, you are expected to: Analyse two specimens of malware and answer questions about the insights gained, detailing your approach with relevant evidence (e.g. screenshots, excerpts of logs, etc.) Part 1: Static and dynamic analysis of an unknown suspicious file This is the first part of your graded coursework and is worth 50% of your total marks. Scenario and goal You have been provided with an unknown file found on a suspected infected machine on your organization’s network. The goal is to perform an in-depth analysis of the file to determine its type, infection…

Solved: Create a dialogue between two artists discussing their work(s) with an interviewer asking questions in front of an audience at an art gallery

Instructions Create a dialogue between two artists discussing their work(s) with an interviewer asking questions in front of an audience at an art gallery (much like a panel discussion format). Have Gris or Picasso dialogue with Matisse, Cezanne Gauguin, or van Gogh, Each one should explain his work(s), influences, philosophy, style, themes, and meaning, highlighting the reason for the work(s)’ importance to and impact on the world of art.Use the style of dialogue used in a play. For example:Interviewer: Senor Picasso and Monsieur Matisse, which work do you consider your most significant accomplishment and why do you think so?Picasso: (Confidently)…