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  • Journey to Aruba Essay

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    We were standing in the airport in Aruba, and at that moment I had no idea how we got into that mess. Our clothes were drenched; each one of our faces exhibited emotional distress. “What are we going to do, guys?” I asked, hoping that someone will respond with a bright idea. But no one did; we all just stood there. A FEW DAYS BEFORE It was the night of prom and everyone was getting in their limos to leave. Normally everyone takes a trip to wildwood for a couple nights after, fortunately, my

  • A Comparison of Private and Public Criminal Investigation Essay

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    Criminal investigators are professionals in the law enforcement team who try to solve crimes, prevent the occurrence of future crimes, and searching and detaining suspects. The two categories of criminal investigators are private and public criminal investigators. The level of training that these professionals go through is different which leads us to the differences between public and private criminal investigations. Differences and Similarities One major difference between public and private

  • Law Enforcement Foundations and Similar Programs

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    Introduction: Law Enforcement Foundations and similar programs in the Province of Ontario were developed in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s to provide an academic foundation for those wishing to enter into the field of ‘Policing’. Prior to this time, Police applicants need only meet the minimum requirements of age (18 or older), High School Education, Clean Criminal Record and testing that were specific to the Agency that they applied to. Security Guards and Private Investigators had fewer requirements

  • Concerning The Bodyguard Essay

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    A bodyguard has the distinct purpose to provide security, to guard, and to protect. A bodyguard must be vigilant at all times, even when there does not appear to be a need for security. When a bodyguard is protecting a person – his principal – everything around the principal becomes a potential threat, including the bodyguard himself. This is what Donald Barthelme depicts so seamlessly in his story “Concerning the Bodyguard” with a surplus of questions. Through this story told as a questionnaire

  • The Objectives Of The Operation Bodyguard

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    Operation Bodyguard was the operation name for the subterfuge leading up to the D-Day invasion. There were three main objectives for this operation: convincing the Germans that Pas de Calais was the main invasion target, keeping secret the date and time of the invasion of the Normandy beaches, and keeping German reinforcements from heading to the Normandy beaches. The planning for this operation started with “First Thoughts,” a paper created on July 14th, 1943 which had many of the ideas represented

  • My Favorite Experience

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    It was a dark and stormy night, and my family and I had dinner reservations at one of the top restaurants in Toronto. On this day, I woke up feeling a bit tingly and excited, and it wasn’t because I had taken viagra the night before. No, I could tell that something interesting was going to happen that day — I could just feel it. On a side note, it was father’s day that day, and to celebrate this yearly tradition, we had rented out a VIP-style room at STK, my favourite steak restaurant. The day went

  • Historical Precedents For The Rise Of Rock ' N ' Roll

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    Covers versions are credited to be “one of the most important precedents for the rise of rock ‘n’ roll.” This “commercial and musical phenomenon” is the use of a previously recorded song that is either remade or reinterpreted by another group or artist. There is an argument that cover versions are employed by bands and artists in order to “cash in” on the success that the original version provided the original artist. However, as in all debates, there is a side that argues that cover versions

  • Analysis Of I Will Always Love A Song By Dolly Parton

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    Introduction The song I have chosen is “I Will Always Love You” performed by Whitney Houston, produced by David Foster, and written by Dolly Parton. “I Will Always Love You” was featured in the 1992 movie The Bodyguard and is an iconic soul ballad sung with complex ranges by the late, great Whitney Houston (1963-2012). Whitney Houston was acknowledged for her exceptional voice: “a mezzo-soprano, she had tremendous range and popularized a difficult vocal technique, melisma, where a singer uses a range

  • Three Reasons For The Allies's Success In The Invasion

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    It was a deception plan that was part of a bigger Operation called Operation Bodyguard, containing many different deception plans. Fortitude South was commanded by General Bernard Montgomery and the 21st Army group. Being commanded by such an important general, the Nazis fell for the rouse and fortified the area around Calais. Within

  • Nelson Mandela Traits

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    First, he always asked his bodyguards how their families are. He even asked one time about a bodyguard, Linga,  about his mother, as if he knew about what sickness Linga's mother had. This is amazing to most people, as family matters are usually separate from work. Second, he connected with all the rugby players. Just