Phil Goff

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  • Essay On Poor Labour

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    Poor Labour. Throughout the past nine years, both National and the Greens, from different directions, have drifted nearer to the centre, stealing votes - and, occasionally, policies - from the largest party of the left, leaving it craving oxygen, a political fish all but pinched from the water by the pragmatism of National and the dynamism of the Greens. Following the resignation of previous leader Andrew Little, the Labour caucus voted Jacinda Ardern, 37, to pilot the party into an election which

  • Trespass

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    TRESPASS TO THE PERSON Aims of Lectures: * OVERVIEW OF THE TORTS COVERING TRESPASS TO THE PERSON * DEFENCES TO TRESPASS TO THE PERSON * ALTHOUGH NOT A PART OF TRESPASS TO THE PERSON WE WILL ALSO ASSESS THE RULE IN WILKINSON V DOWNTON 1. OVERVIEW The aim/s of these torts: Protection from personal interference / protects your bodily integrity and your liberty. The trespass torts are actionable per se (there is no need to prove damage). A trespass to the person may

  • Why We Crave Horror Movies

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    feeling “satisfied,” I feel disturbed. Watching horror films can also cause heightened stress and anxiety. Under more serious conditions, horror films can even cause PTSD, or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. A woman named Caroline appeared on the Dr. Phil show, who after watching a horror film called Psycho,

  • Girl Groups Of The Late 1950s And The 1960s

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    How have girl groups of the late 1950s and the 1960s in America drawn on and contributed to broader trends in post-war American and British popular music? The Shirelles, The Supremes, The Shangri-Las, The Ronettes, The Marvelettes and The Crystals: these are just a few names of the many girl groups of the late 1950s and the 1960s, a time period that is also known as the girl group era. Many 1960s girl groups from America were inspired by trends from their predecessors and other earlier popular music

  • Phil Jackson And Buddhism Essay

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    Hawaii and New York and also a Buddhist community has been established in California. (Hewitt, 13-14) But even closer to home for most is the practicing of Zen Buddhism on the basketball court by former Chicago Bulls and present Los Angeles Lakers coach Phil Jackson. In this essay I will discuss how Jackson has incorporated some of the practices of Zen Buddhism into his and the players of his teams lives and how it has been effective for the

  • Personal Narrative: Seeing Past The Athlete

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    Seeing Past the Athlete Throughout my entire life, I have been an avid golfer. From the moment my parents gave me my first set of clubs when I was five, I have loved golf. I enjoy practicing, playing and as strange as it might sound to someone who does not play golf, I even love to watch golf. To me, I have always been enthralled by the precision necessary to be a consistently good golfer and how just a one degree difference in your swing or on the club can make a dramatic impact on the distance

  • Fragile Dream

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    Fragile Dream is a Nintendo Wii Japanese role play game created by Kentarou Kawashima. It is a beautiful game that deals with the loneliness of the main character Seto. Seto is an apocalyptic world, where he tries to find survivors of this catastrophic earthquake. He is told by his grandfather that there are survivors at this red tower. Does he find those survivors or is he just wasting his time and life to find people that are not alive? What does this video game offer to the video game industry

  • John Lennon Comparison

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    INTRODUCTION “Everybody loves you when you’re six feet in the ground,” was once said by John Lennon. “The finest day I ever had was when tomorrow never came,” - Kurt. Though they died in the midst of their career, John Lennon and Kurt Cobain amazed people with their successes, obstacles, music. John Winston Lennon was born on October 9, 1940 in Liverpool, England (“John” 1). At the time, World War II was going on (Burlingame, John Lennon: Imagine 14). His parents, Alfred “Alf” Lennon and Julia

  • The Four Core Beliefs Of Derek Jeter

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    When you start your education at Sport and Medical Sciences Academy(SMSA) you are taught and are expected to follow the four core beliefs that shape our school and its environment. The four core beliefs are discipline, respect, dedication, and responsibility or how most students know it as D.R.D.R. However, SMSA students are not the only ones that abide by these rules and beliefs. A well-known athlete that is a great example of this is the New York Yankees shortstop, Derek Jeter. According to Jeter

  • Dr Phil Mcgraw Biography

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    Dr. Phil McGraw Born Phillip Calvin McGraw, Dr. Phil was born in Vinita, OK on September 1, 1950. McGraw, growing up to be six feet four inches tall, was a star linebacker at Shawnee Mission North High School in which he attended. In 1968 Phil McGraw was awarded a football scholarship to the University of Tulsa. After attending Tulsa, he transferred to Midwestern State University in Texas graduating in 1975 with a Bachelor's degree in psychology. Furthering his education, McGraw went on to the