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The Doors

The Doors In 1965 one of the most famous bands, "the Doors" was created at the beach by Venice beach. "The Doors" became one of the premier acts of the late 1960s. The members were Jim Morrison, who was singing, on the guitar Robbie Krieger, the drummer John Dencemore and Manzarek playing the organ. At first they arose on birthday or weddings. Then came the day where they signed an contract with Columbia, which was dessolved after a short time. The Doors played for little money in pub called...

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Doors as a Motif in Chronicle of a Death Foretold

Santiago Nasar leaving his front door early on a rainy Monday morning to see the Bishop at the docks. Only an hour later he is “carved up like a pig” on the very stoop of the door he had left from. Throughout the rest of the novel the story as to why and who killed Santiago is revealed. Garcia uses many motifs and symbols through the course of this story, including doors/architecture. Doors and architecture provide a connection to the rest of society, and through that, doors are a gateway for characterization...

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Significance of doors and windows in Wuthering Heights

 Significance of doors and windows in Wuthering Heights Introduction In literature we can come across many expressions where the word door or window is used either to picture the scene or situation; or where the doors and windows are used metaphorically. The door and window are generally considered to be not only something what keeps warm inside the house and does not let anyone unwanted in. Door Metaphorically the meaning of the door can reach much wider range. ‘Door’ has strong link the...

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Steel Doors Tech. Situational Analysis

Situational Analysis Steel Door Technologies, Inc. (SDT) is experiencing growing pains. This privately held corporation is regionally based and moderately sized. SDT has recorded sales gains in each of the past ten years that exceeded the industry growth rate and have added 50 dealers in the past decade. This growth has catapulted SDT to the brink of becoming a large corporation with an ever increasing geographical footprint. On one hand, SDT has enjoyed a better than average growth rate. However...

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Case Study - Pyramid Door, Inc.

Pyramid Door, Inc. Problem Pyramid Door, Inc. is a privately owned regional manufacturer for residential and commercial garage doors. The company was planning a $12.6 million of sales goal for 2006, which represented a 36% increase in sales over projected 2005 year-end sales. Richard Hawly, director of sales and marketing, had to decide what distribution approach should be used to support the expanded sales goal. SWOT Analysis |Strengths ...

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Access Control Systems: A New Way to Open Doors

 A New Way to Open Doors Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Appendix 8 Abstract Due to recent university campus violence it has become necessary for the before mention organization to develop a access control systems (ACS) to ensure student safety. As a member the security team I‘m the project manager project manager for the ACS .This essay will look at the five phases and applicable subsets in the building of the ACS for resident facilities. There are five phases that...

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Holding the Door Open for people Sociology Report

Opening Doors Sociology Report A. Identify Problem We chose to do our research on the reaction people would give to us us holding a door open for them when they were not that close. This experiment was chosen because we thought that people might feel pressured to get to the door. For what we did to test this was to go into public places,and do it ourselves. We went to the Mall and held the door open for people when they were not very close, and recorded their reaction. B. Review the Literature...

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Sliding Shower Doors

Sliding Shower Doors Cardinal Shower Enclosures offers several trim levels of sliding door enclosures, from the basic Cardinal Builder series up to the luxurious Heavy Euro and Apollo series. Framed sliders have metal all the way around the glass while frameless sliders have clips holding the top of the glass. Be sure to check out the Cardinal S-Curve option. It can dramatically change the look of a basic shower enclosure. Cardinal Builder Series Available as the "Trojan Series" on the West Coast...

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Why Do Convenient Stores Have Locks on Their Doors If They Are Always

Have Locks On Their Doors If They Are Always Open? Bob Eaton At 1:30 in the morning you are driving down Walton Road when you pass the 7-11. You decide to stop in and treat yourself to a nice big slurpee. As you pull in the parking lot you notice that the sign says, "We're open 24 hr's, 7 days a week, 365 days a year." However, when you reach the door you notice that they have locks on the doors and you think to yourself, why do convenient stores have locks on their doors if they're going to...

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Door to Door Sales

O for A Door-to-Door Sales The Forgotten Channel CONSUMER T he days are long gone when it was common to find a stranger on your doorstep pushing aluminum siding, brushes, or encyclopedias. Yet even today, Mary Kay’s 1.7 million “beauty consultants” still drive up in their pink cars to demonstrate and sell cosmetics to women in their homes. And in some 70 countries around the world, millions of Kirby vacuum cleaners are being sold in households that have just...

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