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  • A Very Brief Timeline of One Direction

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    In 2010, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, and Louis Tomlinson auditioned as solo candidates for the seventh series of the British televised singing competition The X Factor.[4] They failed to progress to the "Boys" category at "judges' houses" but were put together to form a five-piece boy band at Wembley Arena, in London, England, in July 2010, during the "bootcamp" stage of the competition,[5] thus qualifying for the "Groups" category. Nicole Scherzinger, a guest judge,[4][6][7]

  • Personal Narrative : A Short Story

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    Screaming, crashing, it all happened so fast. I lay on the ground paralyzed from fear. Even though the screaming stopped a few minutes ago I still hear the screams in the back of my mind. I have to move I thought, but I can’t, i can't even process what happened. This can't be real I think. “Annabeth! Annabeth! Get up! You need to get up!“ I hear someone yell. “Lexi” I whisper as I realize that the person yelling at me is my little sister, Lexi. I sit up and look around my head pounding. “Please

  • The Excelsior's Diary

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    It was the happiest day of my life April 29, 1945. I was married to one of the most powerful and charismatic men I had ever known, His name was Adolf. As I was dancing with my Adolf for the first time since we had been married I thought about the first day I saw him 16 years ago. I was 17 and he was much older than I, but we fell in love. I was at work, looking at the lens of a camera that was not much older than a year and there he was and when he saw me I knew it was real love. I still remember

  • Translation Shift from English to Bahasa Indonesia in Westlife Song Lyrics

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    Translation Shift from English to Bahasa Indonesia in Westlife Song Lyrics Hairul chairul.capcus@yahoo.com A. PREFACE Translation shift is common occurrence that we can find in translation. This thing happens because whole languages in the world have different grammatical structure. According to Peter Newmark “'shift' (Catford's term) or 'transposition' (Vinay and Darbelnet) is a translation procedure involving a change in the grammar from SL to TL”. (Newmark, 1988:85). A translator has to has

  • Semiotic Analysis of Teenage Magazine Front Covers

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    Siân Davies In this essay I will hope to analyse the semiotic codes of the front covers of teenage magazines to demonstrate how the media constructs the image and behavioural ideology of the teenage girl. I will analyse issue 359 of More! (December 27 th 2001 - January 8th 2002) and compare it with the January 2002 edition of 19. I have chosen these specific texts as they are popular mainstream magazines that are available in most newsagents, and therefore arguably represent to the reader what

  • Research for Music Industry and Illegal Downloading

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    Name: Colin Ryan Student Number: 67452101 Subject: MN 398 – Business Research Methods Research area: Consumers ethical thinking when illegally downloading music and the effect it has on the industry Research Question: How has the consumer’s attitude toward piracy affected the music industry? Word Count: 2,909 Introduction “A decade’s worth of music file sharing has made it clear that the people it hurts are the creators... and

  • 1.1summarise the Development of the Uk Popular Music Recording Industry from the 1950’s to the Present Day.

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    1.1Summarise the development of the UK popular music recording industry from the 1950’s to the present day. 50’s The 1950’s represent the beginning of the development of the music industry, as it is known today. It is from here on that the genre of ‘popular music’ existed and began to dominate the charts. Of course, there were acts that existed before the 50’s, and made a good name for them selves, acts like Bing Crosby, but it was in the 50’s that certain artists became household names, and

  • Analysis of the Music Industry

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    Music may be defined romantically as `the food of love ' (Shakespeare) or more prosaically as `sound with particular characteristics ' (Wikipedia), but it is undeniably a `vibrant artform ' (Arts Council England) and one which touches more people, in more ways, than any other art form. In commercial terms, music certainly generates a higher market value than the other arts, although a comprehensive market size for music in all its manifestations is impossible to calculate. Key Note has put a value