• Use of Technology and Its Effect on Sports
    RESEARCH PROPOSAL USE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ITS EFFECT ON SPORTS SUBMITTED BY O.VISHNU (CB.CM.U3MAC09029) CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION II. AIM OF THE STUDY III. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM IV. REVIEW OF LITERATURE V. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY VI. HYPOTHESIS VII. BIBLIOGRAPHY ...
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  • Election
    Chief Returning Officer (CRO) is and what hours they keep. That way, if you want to do something out of the ordinary, something you don’t see covered in the election rules, ask your CRO before you do it. You might also want to talk to your professors and let them know you are running in a student election...
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    8/7/13 Free Essay Home About Contact Me Publish Your Essay M ar 16, 2013 Member Submission Contents FAQ Letter Enter your email address: Search TOP VIDEOS | CLASS 1 TO 10 My Favourite Cartoon Character (Shinchan) Essay Class 7 Subscribe FREE Delivered by FeedBurner ...
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  • Media Representatin of Women in Sport
    Major Essay Current society is built upon stereotypes and constructions that are predetermined by previous generations’ views. One of the most recognised historical constructions is the patriarchal theory, that the female is subservient to the male. However, this construction of gender power is slowly...
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  • Assignment
    statements and then form questions by reversing the sentence order. (read Unit 1 for guidance). (05)  Example: He can work hard. Can he work hard? i. They can come tomorrow. ii. She will go to Lahore. iii. He has bought some apples. iv. They need some rest. v. Ahmed likes playing foot ball. Q...
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  • Essays
    OPEN UNIVERSITY, ISLAMABAD (Department of English Language & Applied Linguistics) Dear Student, We welcome you to the BA/BS Compulsory English I Communication Skills Course, (Code 1423). As the name indicates that the course is essentially communicative in nature and seeks to develop your communication...
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    An Essay on Nissim Ezekiel’s Background, Casually Nissim Ezekiel’s poem ‘Background, Casually’ is one of his most known poems. If ‘Night of the Scorpion’ is a popular anthology piece, this poem is more keenly read by the more academic readers of his poetry. The poem’s significance to Ezekiel’s oeuvre...
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  • “Discuss and evaluate the ways in which increases in sport and physical activity participation have been targeted in the UK”
    This essay will cover the topic ways in which increases in sport and physical activity participation have been targeted in the UK; “Every individual is unique and so could be said to have unique leisure requirements” (Veal 1994). There is going to be a three different parts to this essay that are...
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  • is cricket a curse for other sports
    Is cricket a curse for the other games in India? Cricket! Cricket! Cricket! Cricket has become the religion of India and the national anthem of the country, so much so that the word “sports” has become synonymous with cricket. Cricket runs as the life flowing blood through the veins of the multitude...
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  • H.G. Wells
    works in many different genres, including contemporary novels, history, and social commentary. He was also an outspoken socialist. His later works become increasingly political and didactic, and only his early science fiction novels are widely read today. Wells, along with Hugo Gernsback and Jules Verne...
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  • Dravid Speech
    appreciated. I realise a very distinguished list of gentlemen have preceded me in the ten years that the Bradman Oration has been held. I know that this Oration is held every year to appreciate the life and career of Sir Don Bradman, a great Australian and a great cricketer. I understand that I am supposed...
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  • Rahul Speech
    Oration) I realise a very distinguished list of gentlemen have preceded me in the ten years that the Bradman Oration has been held. I know that this Oration is held every year to appreciate the life and career of Sir Don Bradman, a great Australian and a great cricketer. I understand that I am supposed...
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  • Work in Progress
    The game that changed… I want to give my six hours of serious cricket on the ground and then take whatever the result. Sachin Tendulkar The difference in opinion between my cricket and your cricket does not determine the superiority of one’s liking and understanding of the game; it is merely an...
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  • Hockey vs Cricket in India
    we have any special attachment for our national game? Even though Hockey is the national sport of India, and its glorious days, but how Cricket has become the so called national sport of India. Also, we Indians get angry at the slightest insult to our national flag, national anthem; why not care for...
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  • Is it better for children to grow up in cities or countryside?
    Today I am going voice out my opinions about my topic- Is it better for children to grow up in country-side or in cities. Nowadays, parents are very caring for their children, aren’t they? They want their kids to get the best of facilities. The cities provide all of the indispensable amenities so I feel...
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    TECHNIQUES By opening CRICKET CLUBS for the young generation in which the organization hire famous cricketers like Sachin Tendulkar and Wasim Akram. These cricket clubs provide an opportunity for cricketers to learn playing cricket and as well the product Pepsi is promoted. Another way of attraction is...
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  • Change in the format of Cricket
    first of all I would like to thank Mr A.Q.M.A Abul Kashem Bhuiyan,lectuter.English Department,North South University .He has helped me a lot throughout the entire study period by giving me his precious time and directed me properly with proper guideline to efficiently conduct the study. I am also grateful...
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  • SACHIN TENDULKAR
    Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar AM (i/səˈtʃɪn tɛnˈduːlkər/; born 24 April 1973)[1] is an Indian cricketer widely acknowledged as the greatestbatsman in cricket today.[2] In 2002, Wisden Cricketers' Almanack ranked him the second greatest Test batsman of all time, behind Don Bradman, and the second greatest...
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  • Cricket
    former cricketers alike. With T20 being hailed as the modern man’s game, one that not only provides a thrill-a-minute ride but is also conducive to the busy schedules of an increasingly impatient and busy society, it stands to become the premier version of our beloved game among the masses. I started...
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  • Ethical Considerations in Routine Journalism
    the desire to do what is morally right. This essay will explore the ethical considerations and implications of routine journalism. This includes issues such as institutional and commercial pressures and unethical ‘cover-ups’ journalists commit. I will discuss the cases of the Victorian bushfires...
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