"Undang Undang Permainan Badminton" Essays and Research Papers

Undang Undang Permainan Badminton

Sejarah Badminton Badminton telah diperkenalkan pada zaman silam; sukan ini mula dimainkan di Yunani silam dan Mesir. Di Jepun, sukan berkaitan iaitu Hanetsuki telah dimainkan seawal abad ke-16. Di kawasan barat, badminton muncul daripada sebuah sukan yang dipanggil battledore and shuttlecock, yang mana dua atau lebih pemain memukul bulu tangkis di udara menggunakan raket kecil. Sukan ini dikenali sebagai "Poona" di India semasa abad ke-18, dan pegawai tentera British mengaplikasikan versi India...

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Badminton Badminton is a racquet sport played by either two opposing players (singles) or two opposing pairs (doubles), who take positions on opposite halves of a rectangular court divided by a net. Players score points by striking a shuttlecock with their racquet so that it passes over the net and lands in their opponents' half of the court. Each side may only strike the shuttlecock once before it passes over the net. A rally ends once the shuttlecock has struck the floor, or if a fault has been...

All England Open Badminton Championships, Badminton, Badminton World Federation 2072  Words | 6  Pages

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Badminton is a racquet sport played by either two opposing players (singles) or two opposing pairs (doubles), who take positions on opposite halves of a rectangular court divided by a net. Players score points by striking a shuttlecock with their racquet so that it passes over the net and lands in their opponents' half of the court. Each side may only strike the shuttlecock once before it passes over the net. A rally ends once the shuttlecock has struck the floor, or if a fault has been called by...

Badminton, Badminton World Federation, Battledore and Shuttlecock 1327  Words | 4  Pages

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BADMINTON Origins of the Game The sport of badminton has its origins in ancient civilizations in Europe and Asia.  The ancient game known as battledore (bat or paddle) and shuttlecock probably originated more than 2000 years ago. In the 1600s Battledore and Shuttlecock was an upper class pastime in England and many European countries. Battledore and Shuttlecock was simply two people hitting a shuttlecock backwards and forwards with a simple bat as many times as they could without allowing it to...

Ancient Olympic Games, Badminton, Figure skating 2449  Words | 7  Pages

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Exercise, Injury, Muscle 1459  Words | 9  Pages

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Pelaksanaan Undang-Undang Perlu Tidak Melanggar Hak & Kebebasan Pelajar

perlembagaan Amerika untuk diperlaku secara adil. Contoh kes yang berlaku di Mahkamah Agong US, Epperson lawan Arkansas. Kes ini menyatakan bahawa hak kebebasan berpelembagaan adalah lebih penting dari komuniti di sekolah-sekolah Amerika. Aplikasi undang-undang di Malaysia Peraturan yang diamalkan di negara ini hampir sama dengan apa yang diamalkan di Amerika Syarikat iaitu tidak bertolak ansur dalam kes jenayah berat di sekolah. Terdapat beberapa pekeliling yang mewartakan beberapa kesalahan yang dikategorikan...

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History of Badminton

In the early days…  BADMINTON was invented long ago; a form of sport played in ancient Greece and Egypt. Badminton came from a child's game called battledore and shuttlecock, in which two players hit a feathered shuttlecock back and forth with tiny rackets. The game was called "POONA" in India during the 18th Century, and British Army Officers stationed there took the Indian version back to England in the 1860's. The army men introduced the game to friends, but the new sport was definitely launched...

Badminton, Badminton World Federation, Olympic sports 1587  Words | 5  Pages

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Badminton Essay

Figueroa’s framework, which influence my participation in badminton. In this essay, the focus in on self-efficacy and social stigma-related socio-cultural factors, which are constituent elements in the sports socialization process and have influenced my active involvement in Badminton. The purpose of this assignment is to evaluate the impact that sociocultural influences have had on my decision to play on the Moreton Bay College badminton team. Professor Peter Figueroa developed a tool also...

Albert Bandura, Behavior, Self-efficacy 899  Words | 3  Pages

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Rules for Badminton

RULES FOR BADMINTON * Rules of Badminton - Singles Serving and receiving courts * You shall serve from, and receive in, the right service court when you or your opponent has scored an even number of points in that game. * You shall serve from, and receive in, the left service court when you or your opponent has scored an odd number of points in that game. * You and your opponent will hit the shuttle alternately until a 'fault' is made or the shuttle ceases to be in play...

Badminton, Game, Play 1153  Words | 4  Pages

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Physics of Badminton

Physics of Badminton Gerard Ramos Physics 4A Prof. Scott Hildreth I would like to start off with a light introduction to the sport of Badminton. Badminton is a sport that isn’t too popular in the United States; some people would even say that it shouldn’t even be called a “sport”. The majority see badminton from a “back-yard sport” point of view, part of this is due to the lack of actual badminton court facilities in America, also because it’s a bit expensive to play. Badminton is not like...

Arm, Badminton, Drag 1716  Words | 5  Pages

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Badminton and Goal

that draws on knowledge from the fields of Kinesiology which is the study of movement and Psychology which is the study of the mind and behaviours. Throughout the course of this term, two sport phycology techniques have been studied in the game of badminton. By improving my knowledge of Sports Psychology, I will be able to adjust my mental rehearsal and goal setting so I can improve my sporting performance through these methods of psychological practices. When setting goals, there are four different...

Badminton, Goal, Goal setting 944  Words | 3  Pages

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Badminton Rules

Badminton Glossary From WorldBadminton.com Descriptions of many terms and expressions used in the sport of badminton. Alley - extension of the court by 1-1/2 feet on both sides for doubles play Back Alley- Area between the back boundary line and the long service line for doubles. Backcourt- Back third of the court, in the area of the back boundary lines. Balk (Feint)- Any deceptive movement that disconcerts an opponent before or during the service. Baseline- Back boundary line at each end...

Badminton, Game, Point 1031  Words | 5  Pages

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 Badminton Badminton is a racquet sport played by either two opposing players (singles) or two opposing pairs (doubles), who take positions on opposite halves of a rectangular court that is divided by a net. Players score points by striking a shuttlecock . History The beginnings of badminton can be traced to mid-18th century British India, where it was created by British military officers stationed there. The sport is related to ball badminton, which originated in Tamil Nadu, and is similar...

Badminton, Badminton World Federation, Boundary 569  Words | 5  Pages

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GECR 5601 Physical Education (Badminton) Web Resource Report (10%) Name: Student ID: Section: 57 Introduce TWO badminton tournaments (one held locally and one overseas) of your choice. Websites browsed: http://www.hkbadmintonassn.org.hk/en/yonex-sunrise-hong-kong-open Event information: Hong Kong Badminton Association has host 25 “Hong Kong Open Badminton Championships” since 1982. It was upgraded to a 6-star event since 2005. Since 2007, the Championships...

2007, Badminton World Federation, Hong Kong 371  Words | 3  Pages

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Natasha Malana HPER 208 Stanton 9 September 2012 Badminton The sport of badminton was invented years ago played in ancient Greece and Egypt. Badminton came from a child's game called battledore and shuttlecock, in which two players hit a feathered shuttlecock back and forth with tiny rackets there was no net--the object was simply to keep the shuttlecock from hitting the ground. The game was called "poona" in India during the 18th Century, and British Army Officers stationed there took the...

Badminton, Battledore and Shuttlecock, Game 679  Words | 2  Pages

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Foreign Research Assignment: Badminton

Foreign Research Assignment: Badminton There are games similar to badminton such as, ti jian zi, which dates all the way back to the 5th century in China, ti jian zi consisted of kicking a shuttle into the air with one’s feet, similar to hacky sack. In the mid-18th century badminton originated from a game in India known as Poona, which first started as a game children used to play, called battledore and shuttlecock. Poona was a game that British officers learned while stationed in India...

Badminton, Chinlone, Footbag 847  Words | 3  Pages

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Badminton Rules and Regulations

 SAFETY Warm up – Warming up before playing a game of badminton is vital to reduce the changes of a muscle or joint injury. To start a warm up a ‘pulse raiser’ must be done involving some form of continuous aerobic exercise to increase the heart rate. This could be a jog around the area being used, or if working with smaller children a game such as stuck in the mud is good to get their hearts pumping. After this it’s a good idea to do some dynamic stretches (such as sumos, lunges, etc)...

Badminton, Game, Play 1645  Words | 4  Pages

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Badminton becoming a school sport

Throughout the world Australia is known for its elite sport and performers such as Catherine Freeman (Athletics), Shane Warne (cricket) and Pat Rafter (tennis). Badminton is one of the sports in Australia that is not fondly looked upon as a major sport as its participation rates are only 0.3% in adults (Australian Sports Comission , 2012). Professor Peter Figueroa developed a tool to investigate the issues surrounding, equality and equity in sport, physical activity and access. This has become better...

Australia, Badminton, Badminton World Federation 1220  Words | 3  Pages

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A Brief History of Badminton

History of Badminton A badminton like game was known in ancient Greece and Egypt - a game called battledore and shuttlecock - in which two players hit a feathered shuttlecock back and forth with tiny rackets. The game was called "Poona" in India during the 18th Century. In the 1860s it was adopted by British Army officers stationed in India. The officers took the game back to England, where it became a success at a party given by the Duke of Beaufort in 1873 at his estate called "Badminton" in Gloucestershire...

1992 Summer Olympics, All England Open Badminton Championships, Badminton 2027  Words | 3  Pages

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Copy of History of Badminton

History of Badminton The history of badminton can be traced back many to the games of battledore and shuttlecock which were played in ancient Greece over 2000 years ago. The game we all know as badminton began in the 19th century (1870) and was named by the Duke of Beaufort after Badminton House in Gloucestershire1. The International Badminton Federation now has its base in Gloucestershire. In England there had long been a children's game known as "battledore and shuttlecock". Players used...

All England Open Badminton Championships, Badminton, Badminton World Federation 1759  Words | 6  Pages

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Badminton Rules and History

Badminton Rules History The game of badminton was derived from the game of POONA which was played in India centuries ago. Some English Army officers stationed in India introduced the game to their homeland about the middle of the 19th century. The Badminton Association was formed in England in 1895 to standardize the rules and serve as a governing body. Although some records show that the game in this country was first played in New York City in the latter part of the 19th century, it did not...

Badminton, Game, Play 1493  Words | 5  Pages

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Tennis and Badminton Study Guide

Badminton Study Guide History Badminton evolved from a similar game called battledore played in fifth-century B.C. China. During the th 17 century, the game was played in India and there it was known as Poona. British army officers brought the game back to England around 1873. There the Duke of Beaufort became interested in the game and since it was played regularly at his country estate, Badminton, this name became associated with the game. The first U.S. badminton club opened in New York in 1978...

Badminton, Game, Play 1460  Words | 5  Pages

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Hpe Assignment Badminton

implanted would increase the popularity of badminton in Australia. This topic is worthy of study over the last eight weeks I have been taking part in research while playing badminton at school. Throughout this time I have been concerned about the perception of the game of badminton among students at the college and the lack of participation in the game in the wider community. In order to complete this task this report will clearly demonstrate that badminton is a low profile sport in Australia and...

Australia, Australian Sports Commission, Economy of Australia 1530  Words | 6  Pages

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Badminton: Tennis and Game

Introduction For my Personal Exercise Programme coursework I have chosen Badminton as my sport, the reason behind this is I enjoy playing it with my friends in sport centres as well as watching the sport. This sport is a fast moving energetic game where a lot of thinking is required. In order to play this game you need 2-4 players. This is a game where a net is required which is used for the shuttlecock to be returned over the net. History The exact origin of the game, tracing back to ancient...

Badminton, Grand Slam, Point 2500  Words | 7  Pages

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Badminton Rule Book

Badminton rule book Rules and regulations Of badminton Regulations The court A badminton court is used for both singles and doubles matches but the ruling on the boundary’s court you are allowed to use will vary depending on if you are playing doubles or singles. The singles court is 13.4m x 5.18m making the playing area = 69.41m² including boundary lines and the doubles court is 13.4m x 6.1m, making the playing area = 81.74m² including boundary lines. However when setting up a badminton...

Badminton, Game, Grand Slam 885  Words | 5  Pages

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Badminton: Shuttlecock and Racket

Badminton is a game that involves the use of a net, lightweight rackets, and a shuttlecock. Two or four players play it, which is played indoors, on a marked-out area 44 ft (13.41 m) long by 17 ft (5.18 m) wide for the two-player game and 20 ft (6.10 m) wide for the four-player game. A net is fixed across the middle of the court, with the top of the net set at 5 ft (1.52 m) from the ground at the centre and 5 ft 1 in (1.55 m) at the posts. The players hit the shuttlecock back and forth over the net...

Badminton, Game, Play 2053  Words | 7  Pages

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Physical Education: Rules of Badminton

Rules of Badminton * TossThe rules of badminton states that a toss shall be conducted before a game starts. If you win, you can choose between serving first or to start play at either end of the court. Your opponent can then exercise the remaining choice. * Scoring systemThe rules of badminton states that a badminton match shall consist of the best of 3 games. In doubles and men's singles, the first side to score 15 points wins the game. In women's singles, the first side to score 11 points...

Badminton, Game, Play 1632  Words | 6  Pages

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Student: Exercise and Badminton Club

Physical Education Participation in Physical Activity – Badminton Written by Valeria Ponzin Badminton and Figueroa’s Framework Introduction The purpose of this research is to connect Figueroa’s Framework to my decision to join or not a badminton club. After close examination I choose the 2 levels that for me have the most significant impact on people’s decision on sports and describe them linking with badminton. Badminton Badminton is a racquet sport played by either two opposing players...

Badminton, Exercise, Happiness 1051  Words | 4  Pages

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Advanced Higher P.E. Project Report Badminton “Following an integrated programme of training which uses phases of training will allow me to ensure all areas of my performance are developed towards a major event.” Scottish Qualifications Authority Exemplification Advanced Higher: Physical Education: Badminton: Project Report 1 CONTENTS • Rationale and Project Proposal - pages 3-6 • Research - pages 7-9 • Interpretation and Discussion - pages 10-11 • Application to Personal Development...

Aerobic exercise, Badminton, Bodybuilding 7465  Words | 35  Pages

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Teach a Lesson Badminton Serve

Teach a Skill – Badminton Serves Equipment Number of shuttlecocks: 11-12 Number of rackets: 21-24 Number of nets: 4 Warm Up | | - Back and Forward Neck Stretch - Side to Side Neck Stretch - Overhead Shoulder Stretch - Posterior Shoulder Stretch - Side Stretch - Side Lunge Stretch - Wrist Flexion - Wrist Extension Skills Divide the class into 4 groups. Each group is assigned one court. Each court represents one of the 4 types of serves and each side represents either forehand...

Finger, Knee, Shuttle by United 782  Words | 4  Pages

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Status Hukum Kewarganegaraan Hasil Perkawinan Campuran

perlindungan hukum dalam perkawinan campuran ini diakomodir dengan baik dalam perundang-undangan di indonesia. Dalam perundang-undangan di Indonesia, perkawinan campuran didefinisikan dalam Undang-undang No.1 Tahun 1974 tentang Perkawinan, pasal 57 : ”yang dimaksud dengan perkawinan campuran dalam Undang-undang ini ialah perkawinan antara dua orang yang di Indonesia tunduk pada hukum yang berlainan, karena perbedaan kewarganegaraan dan salah satu pihak berkewarganegaraan Indonesia”. Selama hampir...

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Introduction to Badminton

BADMINTON Badminton in the Philippines * 1920 – The British and American expatriates introduced badminton in the country. * 1950's – the International Badminton Federation (IBF) recognized the Philippines as its 21st member country. Since then, Filipino's have been playing badminton in international tournaments. * 1949 – National rankings produced Adriano Torres, first national Men's single champion. * 1952 – The Philippine Badminton Association (PBA) was created and became...

Badminton, Badminton World Federation, Racquet sports 3555  Words | 11  Pages

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Badminton Learning Sequence and Cues Document

Badminton Learning Sequence and Cues Document Methods of Teaching Individual Activities PE-2111-002 Spring 2012 2/21/2012 Alan Fulcher Dr. Rockie Pederson The purpose of this document is to illustrate the most effective way to teach the sport of Badminton to beginners. It will outline the basic skills necessary for one to be successful in the sport, and will be divided into several sections in order to make it easier to navigate. The document will be sectioned off according to each skill...

Badminton, Drag, Racquet sports 2550  Words | 7  Pages

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intoroduction of information technology

Structure And The Problems 10 Fundamental Liberties The Ideals And Realities 11 Amendments To The Constitution 12 Presentation 13 Presentation 14 Presentation References Perlembagaan Persekutuan. Lembaga Penyelidikan Undang-Undang. ILBS. Kuala Lumpur. Mohd Ashruddin Mohd Tahir (2001). Sultan & Perlembagaan. Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa & Pustaka. Abdul Aziz Bari (2003). Malaysian Constitution: A Critical Introduction.(First Edition) Kuala Lumpur: The Other Press...

Constitution, Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, Kuala Lumpur 607  Words | 4  Pages

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Badminton History Badminton

Badminton History Badminton has a cosmopolitan history. The rules of the modern game were developed in England, but it is now Asian countries that dominate the sport. Badminton House Badminton takes its name from Badminton House - home of the Duke of Beaufort in the English county of Gloucestershire. In 1873, the Duke is credited with bringing a version of the game – Poona - back from India and introducing it to his guests. Getting organised The sport quickly grew in popularity and in...

Badminton, Barcelona, Olympic Games 431  Words | 2  Pages

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History of Badminton

fBADMINTON Badminton is one of the most enjoyable racket games that can be played by males and females or any age or skill level. The games can be played by single or doubles. Badminton is played over the net using a shuttlecock and a racket. The shuttlecock is being struck before it lands on your court, back to the opponent’s court. You need quick reflex and a physically fit body in order to cope with the game. HISTORY OF BADMINTON Badminton first originated in India centuries ago where it...

Badminton, British Army, Game 429  Words | 2  Pages

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History of Badminton

Badminton was invented a long time ago; the game was played in ancient Greece and Egypt. Badminton came from a child’s game called battledore and shuttlecock. This game was played with two players hitting a feathered shuttlecock back and forth with tiny rackets. The game was called ‘Poona’ in India during the 18th Century. Badminton took its name from Badminton House in Gloucestershire, the ancestral home of the Duke of Beaufort, where the sport was played I the last century. Gloucestershire is now...

Ancient Olympic Games, Badminton, Gloucestershire 714  Words | 2  Pages

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Badminton History

Badminton was invented long time ago. Badminton was played in ancient Greece and Egypt. A game called battledore and shuttlecock in which two players hit a feathered shuttlecock back and forth with tiny rackets. In India the game was known as POONA, named for a city of Bombay. During the British rule, officers stationed there become attracted to the game, taking the concept home with them. In 1873 the first game in England was played at badminton. The badminton association of England published the...

Badminton, Badminton World Federation, Game 469  Words | 2  Pages

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Badminton - 2

BADMINTON BADMINTON Badminton is a racquet based sport, which originated in India. This sport requires either two opposing players, or two opposing pairs. Just like every other sport, badminton too has its own rules, these include: * Every part of the court is in a doubles rally. * Like tennis, a service is always done diagonally. * A serve that hits the net and lands in the opponent’s court must be retaken...

Badminton, British Isles, Drag 523  Words | 2  Pages

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Introduce TWO badminton tournaments (one held locally and one overseas).

Physical Education (Badminton) Web Resource Report (10%) Introduce TWO badminton tournaments (one held locally and one overseas) of your choice. Local Badminton Tournaments Hong Kong Annual Badminton Championships The Hong Kong Annual Badminton Championships are being held annually since the 1950s by the Hong Kong Badminton Association Ltd. This game is currently the highest level and the largest local badminton individual championships. The number of applicants is over a thousand of...

Badminton, Badminton World Federation, Grand Slam 1231  Words | 5  Pages

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Tennis and Badminton

------------------------------------------------- http://www.usm.edu/badminton/History.htm ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- http://www.badminton-information.com/badminton-articles.html ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- Badminton is a sport that has been around for hundreds of...

Badminton, Badminton organisations, Badminton Pan Am 8819  Words | 25  Pages

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Rules of Badminton

Badminton Rules/ Roles and Responsibilities Overview of the Game Badminton involves playing a game of singles with one person standing on either side of the net or a game of doubles with two people standing on either side of the net. The object of badminton is for each player to hit the birdie with the racket using techniques that will make it impossible for the opponent to hit the birdie back. A birdie can touch the net, as long as it makes it over the net. Players’ rackets cannot touch the...

1999 albums, Game, Play 478  Words | 2  Pages

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Badminton Critique

Badminton ethics 2 Badminton has been known as a backyard sport for centuries. Started around the 5th century as a series of related games in Asia, Badminton has grown to become a worldwide game. Though we cannot compare its popularity to games such as Tennis, it’s a growing sport in the international scene. A publication in Slate.com dated August 01, 2012, shows how some players can bend rules to their own advantage; a direct insult to the ethics of the game. This article...

Badminton, Badminton World Federation, China 802  Words | 2  Pages

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Hukum Perjanjian

para pihak dituntut untuk melaksanakannya dengan baik sebagaimana tertera dalam Pasal 1338 KUHPerdata: “Semua persetujuan yang dibuat dengan undang-undang berlaku sebagai undang-undang bagi mereka yang membuatnya. Persetujuan itu tidak dapat ditarik kembali selain dengan kesepakatan kedua belah pihak, atau karena alasan-alasan yang ditentukan oleh undang-undang. Persetujuan harus dilaksanakan dengan itikad baik.” Ketentuan pada pasal 1320 dan 1338 KUHPerdata memuat asas-asas dan prinsip kebebasan...

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The Early History of Perak

laws to his close sahabats – Abu Bakar (law of equity), Umar ibn Khattab (law of unbending severity), Usman ibn Affan (compromise of between equity and severity) and to Ali (law of charity). These four elements were said to be incorporated into Undang-Undang 99 Perak (the 99 laws of Perak). All ninety-nine laws were written in the form of questions and answers, which bears a semblance to Persian laws of old. According to Rigby, the 99 laws were believed to have been brought to the Perak by Saiyid...

British Malaya, Heads of state, Maharaja 2040  Words | 6  Pages

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Cetak Rompak


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Biomechanics in Badminton

performance using biomechanics, it enables you to detect errors easier in the technique and adjust the athletes’ performance accordingly. Good morning my name is Melyssa and today I will be analysing the footage of a smash recorded from a game of badminton. Badminton is a game with rackets in which a shuttlecock is hit back and forth across a net (Random House Dictionary, 2014). I will identify both the strengths and weaknesses of this shot and using biomechanical terms, justify possible modifications...

Badminton, Biomechanics, Classical mechanics 781  Words | 2  Pages

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Price Control in an Islamic Economy

Umar’s action record by Imam Malik was based on similar calculation. Sharia telah menetapkan bentuk harga yang sah dan tidak sah. Harga sah adalah harga yang memenuhi kehendak undang-undang Shari’ah dan harga ini mungkin sama sekali atau hanya sebahagian yang adil dan saksama berdasarkan pertimbangan undang-undang. Islamic economics would not insist on 'equal pay' if the situation warranted. Because if the demand for skilled workers is on the increase and decrease of unskilled labor, the...

Caliphate, Economics, Fiqh 852  Words | 3  Pages

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Briefly Explain the Historical Factors That Have Influenced the Malaysian Constitution

the form of Kanun Undang-Undang Melaka or the Malacca Digest. Although it was not the first sultanate (the Malacca Sultanate) the impact on the constitutional set-up of other sultanates which emerged later, was quite far-reaching. Whatever the legal code of the Malay sultanates those days, taking the Kanun Undang-undang Melaka or the Malacca Digest as an example, one needs to bear in mind that in those days there was no representation or party politics. Apart from the Undang-undang Melaka which contains...

British Malaya, Constitution, Constitution of Malaysia 1291  Words | 4  Pages

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Faults in Badminton

Chesca Loriel Decena Faults The rules of badminton consider the following as faults: - If the shuttle lands outside the boundaries of the court, passes through or under the net, fail to pass the net, touches the ceiling or side walls, touches the person or dress of a player or touches any other object or person. - If the initial point of contact with the shuttle is not on the striker's side of the net. (The striker may, however, follow the shuttle over the net with the racket in the course...

Badminton, Christopher Nolan, Following 483  Words | 2  Pages

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Game and Badminton

of the home or classroom. I have tried my hands on several games, both indoor and outdoor. In school I play football, volley ball, table tennis and badminton. However, in the passage of some time, after playing all these games, I have developed a special liking for badminton. By now, this game of badminton has become my favourite game. Badminton has become my favourite game especially because it does not involve a large team. It can be managed more easily than the games with large teams in which...

Game, Games, Play 447  Words | 2  Pages

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Fdi in China

mengundang masuk investor dengan mengeluarkan undang-undang “The Law of Chinese – Foreign Joint Ventures” yang prinsipnya adalah memperbolehkan investasi asing masuk dimana saja di Cina tetapi dengan persetujuan pemerintah China dan dengan syarat yang ketat. Pemerintah China kemudian dengan cepat menyadari bahwa undangundang ini tidak cukup baik untuk menarik minat investor asing untuk masuk. Kemudian pada tahun 1980 pemerintah China mengeluarkan undangundang baru dan membentuk zona SEZ yang pertama...

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Gempa Bumi

sebanyak 36262. Calon lawan ialah Khairul Anuar Bin Ahmad Zainudin dari PKR mendapat 9,798 undi -kalah . Rasuah Dari Wikipedia Bahasa Melayu, ensiklopedia bebas. Lompat ke: pandu arah, gelintar Rasuah merupakan suatu jenayah atau kesalahan undang-undang dimana seseorang mendapat kebebasan, kontrak atau keistimewaan (favours) dari pihak berkuasa atau sesebuah syarikat selepas memberi wang, hadiah, keraian kepada pihak-pihak tersebut. Menurut Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia terdapat empat...

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Public Speaking


American Academy of Sleep Medicine, Health, Insomnia 1219  Words | 4  Pages

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Badminton vs. Tennis

Badminton vs. Tennis Sports are considered to be an extremely important part of our lives today, they are essential to our health, entertainment and relaxation. Even though some sports are alike in ways, many people still prefer to choose one over the other. This is because even though there are some similarities between them, they are still completely different when compared properly, like in the case of racquet-based sports. Two racket sports that are played worldwide are badminton and tennis...

Badminton, Difference, Racket 596  Words | 2  Pages

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badminton skills

Drills for Students: Badminton Shane Weatherby was a professional ballet dancer for fifteen years, rising to the rank of Principal by 21. Now retired from dancing, he is a very experienced high school teacher majoring in physical education and dance. Shane has brought his understanding of refined skill acquisition to many sports and coaches’ badminton for many organisations. In badminton, skill acquisition develops faster for students when an ‘authentic’ environment is used. This is due...

Badminton, Game, Play 3733  Words | 20  Pages

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Badminton Articles

t Translation of an article written by Gu Xiamin, 1998 All England Champion and Bronze medalist at the 1987 World Championships. Printed in Badminton Magazine, Japan.   DAMAGE 1 � MAKE THE OPPONENT RUN Using a strange phrase, not only badminton but sports in general are an unkind game. Testing courses (of the shuttle) so the opponent must make a big effort, using their expectations to deceive and then steal a point, taking the intiative and grasping hold of the game. In short, realizing what...

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Badminton Report

June 8th 2013 Saturday As far as I know about badminton is only hit the ball to the opposite direction without letting the ball hit the net. Today, I invited 3 of my friends to my hostel to lecture me for 1 hour to learn more about badminton, they are willing to teach me all their experience in badminton tournament, the rule and regulations and the necessary stretching. Firstly, I learn how to warm up my body, stretching muscles of my neck, legs, arm, and body. After that, I learn the rules...

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Badminton vs Tennis

------------------------------------------------- Coming to the more serious aspects, both badminton and tennis are played in professional competitions. In both games, players can perform underhand serves. Although tennis players are always seen to serve overhead, they are permitted to serve underhand if they wish to, however at the risk of a powerful return from the opponent. ------------------------------------------------- In specifying the similarities between tennis and badminton, one cannot fail to mention that both these games...

Badminton, Racquet, Racquet sports 441  Words | 2  Pages

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A Brief History of Badminton - 1

believe that badminton can be traced back to ancient times, as records indicate that a very early form of the game was often played in ancient Greece. Hanetsuki, a game similar to badminton (played without a net and with a wooden paddle called a hagoita) has been played in Japan since as far back as the 16th century. In the Western world, the game of badminton has been known by many names throughout its existence, such as battledore and shuttlecock. The familiar modern form of badminton can be traced...

Ancient Rome, Badminton, Badminton organisations 401  Words | 2  Pages

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