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  • Descriptive Names

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    THE PEARL OF THE ORIENT SEAS During the early ages, many Filipinos use pearls for accessories. The Philippines as we all know is really surrounded by different bodies of water because of these, many sea divers dive in seas just to get big and beautiful pearls. The Philippines is also rich in natural resources containing beautiful places because to these, they export different sizes of pearls in the different parts of the country. With all its grandeur and magnificence, the Pearl of the Orient

  • Mental Illnesses By Beattie

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    Mental health is the mental and emotional well-being of an individual, and like parts of the body, the condition of the mental can also be damaged and deteriorate. These are known as mental illnesses. Mental illnesses are when conditions affecting thinking, mood and behaviours in a severely negative impact on how one functions in their daily lives. Mental illnesses can include an majority of forms such as anxiety, depression, schizophrenia and many other mood disorders. Although as of current mental

  • Weaknesses And Aspects Of A Insurance Business

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    Investigation Scope What activities does the business undertake? The business undertake “insurance business”. The business covers insurance of various things. The things that it covers is Money Insurance, Fire Insurance, Golf Guard, Project Insurance, Personal Accident, Domestic Helper, Burglary, Houseowner Insurance, Family Guard, Motor Insurance, Hole-In-One Insurance, Retail Guard, Contractor’s All Risk, Food and Beverage Guard, Public Liability, Professional Indemnity, Goods in Transit, Marine

  • The Trans Pacific Partnership ( Tpp )

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    countries. Until recently, the U.S. initiated, the Trans-Pacific partnership (TPP), a global trade agreement that will impose stricter provisions on the labor issues such as workplace safety, labor issue, and labor dispute to the pledged countries. Brunei, Malaysia, Vietnam, and Singapore are 4 of the 11 Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries who pledged in this TPP agreement and thus will be benefited from the elimination of taxes and tariffs on importing and exporting products from

  • The Issue Of The Island Territories Within The South China Sea And The Subsequent Buildup Of Naval Forces

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    The Disputed Island Territories within the South China Sea and the Subsequent Buildup of Naval Forces The territorial disputes in the South China Sea have been a minor ongoing issue with multiple sovereign states, most notably Brunei, the Peoples Republic of China, the Republic of China, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam, claiming overlapping territory in the Spratly Islands, Paracel Islands and the area around the Gulf of Tonkin. The overlapping claims began in 1876 with China’s earliest documented

  • Alternate Disbure Resolution

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    arbitration between Awang Budiman, a football player from another local university and the UBD players. Trial is filing or answering a complaint through the public court system is the process of resolving disputes (Legal information, n.d.). Where in Brunei, it conducted in magistrate court or intermediate court. The nature of the complaint (incorporating the probable outcome for each parties) becomes the foundation for many defrayal negotiations. There are numerous benefits in using trial in comparison

  • Politics and International Relations: THe Arab Purisings

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    diplomacy between countries which can still be traced today. Furthermore, I have visited several key government bodies across the country including the High Court, Legislative Council and Third Battalion of Royal Brunei Land Force in order to understand how law, politics and military operate in Brunei. I am also aware

  • School Based Assessment for Learning

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    School Based Assessment for Learning: A report: Assuring Fairness in the assessment component of school based assessment practice in Brunei Abstract This article describes a research project study in depth carried out with 3 self-selected ‘educators’ teaching English language subject in one of the secondary school in Brunei. All are supporting standardized task provided requires flexibility to cater the students’ need individually. The paper explores the educators' conceptions of and approaches

  • External Analysis On The Airline Industry

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    2.0 External Analysis Meanwhile the external analysis refers to the people and the process that are outside the organisation and it most unlikely that this factor can be controlled by the organisation. External Analysis can be assessed by using PESTEL. Political Force: Political force describes the impact of politics in marketing decisions. It takes into consideration the influence of a government that may affect the business environment. This includes the business cycle of a nation, monetary policy

  • Why Did Lans Join Aseann

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    In 1990s, Laos agreed and joined AFTA in order to join ASEAN, but was given longer time frames in which to meet AFTA's tariff reduction obligations [7]. AFTA, with its main goal, to increase ASEAN's competitive edge as a production base in the world market through the elimination, within ASEAN, of tariffs and non-tariff barriers; and to attract more foreign direct investment to ASEAN, used the Common Effective Preferential Tariff (CEPT) scheme as the main mechanism, which comprises a schedule for