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    • FOUND IN EXAMINATION PAPERS. Law of Conversation of matter. The ea.rth is surrounded by fifty miles of gravity. Lowell had many parents of culture on e,ach side. Whittier was born on a farm all alone. TOUGHS. "You have a pretty tough-looking lot of...
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    • Literature Review Entering any organization requires specific knowledge in the field as well as both interpersonal and organizational communication knowledge. To prepare for this opportunity, an understanding of research and theories in the areas...
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    • that is superior or has something better to offer than its competitors. In a collectivist culture, competition is advanced through the cooperation of products, or connections brands and products have to one another (p. 4). Gurhan-Canli and...
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    • research that content in advertisements is specific to culture and diverse innovative advertising strategies need to be used for different cultures. They also found that cultural background influences which advertising appeal is used. Limitations...
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    • an emotive rather than a motive construction machine. Marketing managers, take heed” (Heath, 2001). Heath (2001) reiterates an advertising view that says effective advertising must be persuasive. He relates this specifically to measuring recall....
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    • Smith (2008) discussed the importance of reaching the target audience to inform them about the event. In the case of the SATW dinner, there was a captive audience. The travel writers were already coming for the convention, so most would attend the...
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    • Grunig, J. E., & Hunt, T. (1984). Managing public relations. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Grunig, J. E., & Repper, F. C. (1992). Strategic management, publics, and issues. In J. E. Grunig (Eds.), Excellence in Public Relations and...
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    • THE WEB 200 140 pany. In order to affect positioning, it is important that branding be consistent, especially through the web. Here are a few ways to make sure a website is consistent with a brand: Color schemes A color scheme is the palette, or...
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    • 97 References Klenosky, D. (2002, May). The ―Pull‖ of Tourism Destinations: A Means-End Investigation. Journal of Travel Research, 40: 396-40. Retrieved September 12, 2009. Lee, J. and Mills, J. (2005). Exploring the Use and Measurement of Web...
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    • 140 References Maddox, K. (2009). Forecasts show slow growth. B to B, 94(15), 8-1NULL. Retrieved from Business Source Premier database. Massie, Q. (2009). The Father of Scottish Tourism. The Spectator....
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    • 165 References Kaplanidou, K. and Vogt, C. (2006, November). A Structural Analysis of Destination Travel Intentions as Function of Web Site Features. Journal of Travel Research, 45: 204-216. Retrieved September 12, 2009. Kline, R. B. (2005)....
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    • 1.1 DUCT TAPE Adhesive tape, more specifically, masking tape was invented sometime in the 1920's by Richard Drew. He worked for the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, now known as 3M. Duct tape was originally manufactured by the Johnson &...
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    • components) are added to one or more elastomers to provide stickiness. Finally, inorganic materials give the adhesive more volume, or color. Common additives include: calcite, dolomite, iron oxide, kaolinite, talc, titanium dioxide (rutile or...
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    • conducted to determine if DNA could be collected at all from the duct tape. A duct tape sample with epithelial cells was run through a basic organic extraction protocol and following extraction the Plexor HY kit from Promega Corporation, Madison WI...
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    • DNA are recovered, but it is degraded, it could be impossible to identify someone. This is why DNA quality is more important than DNA quantity in this project. DNA quality will be measured by counting the number oflod that are amplified, with...
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    • 1.5 HYPOTHESIS The purpose of this research is to find methods to successfully extract DNA from duct tape, and to determine if different brands of tape affect the quality of amplified DNA. I hypothesize that at least one method 'Will generate a...
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    • 2.9 AIM 2 J\ffiTHODS The three DNA extraction methods previously mentioned were done in order to complete the fIrst goal of this research which was to determine if one of these methods worked better than the others to extract DNA from duct tape...
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    • damaged or degraded DNA. Also in aim 2, some of the tape adhesives were stronger than the others, specifically Gorilla tape. All four samples from aim 2 that were in range came from Gorilla tape samples. Tbis might indicate that this adhesive was...

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