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Report on Arcadia's TOPMAN - Report on Arcadia’s TOPMAN Introduction On the following pages you will find a formal report investigating Arcadia’s TOPMAN. It is a detailed report looking into several different areas of TOPMAN. In this report you will find information about: - The businesses legal status - The businesses objectives - The different department within the business and what they do - The management style the business uses - The culture the business has - The ICT used in the business - The types of communication used in the business There are at several different types of business the main ones being sole trader, partnership, private limited company, public limited company and franchise.... [tags: Arcadia Business Management Essays] 6293 words
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Arcadia by Tom Stoppard - Arcadia by Tom Stoppard Some critics have suggested that the dazzling intellectual display in Stoppard’s plays comes at the expense of genuine emotional engagement. We are amused, intrigued, even educated but we do not feel any real sympathy for his characters. How far do you find this true of Arcadia. The first thing we notice about this play is its intellectual brilliance. The characters are amusing and we are interested in how they relate to each other. As the play goes on, however, we do not find it easy to care about most of Stoppard’s characters.... [tags: Arcadia Tom Stoppard Essays] 1461 words
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Burning Out in Tom Stoppard's Arcadia - Burning Out in Tom Stoppard's Arcadia Humanity has no intention of fading away, but rather has designed, by its nature, a flash before death, a burning out, if you will. Inherent in the human character is a desire to fight until the end, whether it be physically, or intellectually. In Arcadia, Septimus describes life as a processional march, telling Thomasina, "The procession is very long and life is very short. We die on the march" (Stoppard 38). But as we die, we don't simply allow ourselves to pass into the distance.... [tags: Stoppard Arcadia Essays] 828 words
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Tom Stoppard's Arcadia - Throughout the text, Tom Stoppard's novel Arcadia makes a series of philosophical statements regarding the theme of determinism. These statements are developed largely through images and completely different time periods, particularly those of the Romantic and Enlightenment era¹s. Tom Stoppard uses the theme of determinism to show how the ideas of the Romantic era and the present day have gone in a circle. And that even though we get more and more advanced everyday, Stoppard shows us that despite our constant advancement, our basic ideas have remained unchanged.... [tags: Arcadia Tom Stoppard] 849 words
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Arcadia - Arcadia refers to a Utopian ideal: the idea of harmony with nature and the entire world. The term is derived from a Greek province, which bears the same name. The Province’s mountainous landscape and history of containing a sparse population of farmers later caused the word “Arcadia” to develop into a poetic byword for an idyllic vision of unspoiled natural beauty. The inhabitants are regarded as living without pride and avarice that corrupted other regions of the world. The inhabitants of Arcadia are regarded as living close to nature, uncorrupted by civilization, and being virtuous.... [tags: Plays] 581 words
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Sexuality in the New Arcadia - Mustafa Rana The focus of this essay is to explore sexuality presented by Philoclea in the New Arcadia. Philoclea cultivates a relationship towards another women in the book. Yet readers understand that Zelmane is in fact Pyrocles. Sidney allows the reader to be given the impression that until Pyrocles admits to be Zelmane, Philoclea would be shown to have a homosexual tendencies. Philoclea herself is certain that a same-sex friendship is giving way to sexual desire. It becomes easy for us to think of the man with whom she is in love as a woman.... [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Postmodern Theme in Tom Stoppard's Arcadia - Arcadia by Tom Stoppard is written as a typically postmodern play, it explores this movement throughout the play with the use of features of postmodernism, and by its open ended ending. A few of the key features used during Arcadia which demonstrate the postmodern theme include: characters overlapping at the end, shifts in time from past to present, parallel characters during both eras, similar sets of props used during both eras, and the textual references. Its open ending and satirical style combine to make it a new, fresh play.... [tags: postmodernism, literary analysis, literary critici] 588 words
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Classicism Versus Romanticism in Tom Stoppard's Arcadia - ... The characters of the play with their respective attitude and existence represent their age. Along with the characters the ancient but living tortoise is symbolizing the long-suffering endurance and continuity of existence in this universe. Stoppard’s Arcadia very critically and realistically represents the two ages- one representing the Classic era and the other belonging to the Romantic era of Keats and Byron. The inhabitants of the play all belong to Sidley Park. Stoppard very artistically gave way to the fact thatscientific knowledge differs from the knowledge of arts which in turn is the base of the universe.... [tags: play/story analysis]
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Stoppards presentation of Thomasina in Arcadia - Stoppards presentation of Thomasina in Arcadia Tom Stoppard uses Thomasina as his main character in the play. Her story is being told from the past and the whole plot of the play is leading up to her death. The play shows the journey of Thomasina growing up, to the eve of her seventeenth birthday where she would became a woman and have been married off to someone that her mother thought was worthy. Stoppard uses the present scenes well to introduce additional information that Hannah, Valentine and Bernard have found out about Thomasina’s life which has not yet happened in story in the past.... [tags: essays research papers] 1695 words
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Arcadia by Tom Stoppard - The author of Arcadia, Tom Stoppard, uses a lot of irony and incorporates a web of relationships and coincidences into his plays that can get a bit confusing, especially if you are not familiar with the things that he makes reference to. In the play, on page thirteen, Lady Croom, Thomasina's mother, compares Mr. Noakes' landscape style to that of Ann Radcliffe's and Horace Walpole's imagery, both of which were Gothic novelists of the eighteenth century. The author's purpose in including this bit is interesting, especially if you are familiar with the novels he refers to.... [tags: essays research papers] 1532 words
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A Walk through the Peaceful Valley: A Glance at the History of Arcadia, Nebraska - ... As stated in Arcadia’s “Laughter and Tears” 1885 to 1978, with our weather, you either “love it or leave it”. Some major disasters that have left an impact on Arcadia’s history are listed in Lola Staab’s excerpt in Arcadia’s “Laughter and Tears” 1885 to 1978. In this passage she mentions the blizzard of 1888, the flood of 1920, the dust storm of 1935, flood of 1947, and the tornadoes of 1953, 1959, and 1974. Along with those, she also mentions a plethora of other natural disasters that struck Arcadia, Nebraska.... [tags: tourist destinations in the US]
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Tom Stoppard's Arcadia - Tom Stoppard parallels the Second Law of Thermodynamics with the human experience in his play Arcadia. The parallelism suggests truths about the evolution of science and human society, love and sexual relationships, and the physical world. The Second Law drives the formation of more complex molecular structures in our universe, the diffusion of energy, such as heat, and is inhibited by the initial energy required to unlock potential energies of compounds. Stoppard takes these concepts and explores human genius and the sexual interactions of people, with an eye towards universal human truth.... [tags: Second Law of Thermodynamics]
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Arcadia by Tom Stoppard Shows The Dangers and Chaos and Absolute Knowledge - ... What does it really amount to. When all’s said and done. What do you think, Valentine. Tell me the truth...Oh, bugger persuasive. I’ve proved Byron was here and as far as I’m concerned he wrote those lines as sure as he shot that hare. If only I hadn’t somehow...made it all about killing Chater. Why didn’t you stop me!. It’s bound to get out, you know...I mean how long do you think it’ll be before some botanical pedant blows the whistle on me?” (90) Dr. Bronowski’s idea that the author relates is an interesting one.... [tags: science, afterlife, humans]
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Comparing the Roles of Women in Arcadia, The Importance of Being Earnest, and Look Back in Anger - Comparing the Roles of Women in Arcadia, The Importance of Being Earnest, and Look Back in Anger In Arcadia, The Importance of Being Earnest, and Look Back in Anger, the women characters play distinct roles in the dramas. However, the type of roles, the type of characters portrayed, and the purpose the women’s roles have in developing the plot and themes vary in each play. As demonstrated by The Importance of Being Earnest and Look Back in Anger, the majority of women’s roles ultimately reflect that women in British society were viewed to be unequal to men in love and in relationships and generally the weaker sex, emotionally, physically and intellectually.... [tags: Comparison Compare Contrast Essays]
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Father-Daughter Relationships in Sidney’s The Countess of Pembroke’s Arcadia, Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta, and Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice - Father-Daughter Relationships in Sidney’s The Countess of Pembroke’s Arcadia, Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta, and Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice Justification for the subjugation of females to males during the sixteenth century came from a variety of sources. Ranging from the view that God gave Adam authority over Eve as penalty for the fall, to a belief in the superiority of a husbands’ physical strength over that of his wife, attempts at rationalization of the restricted freedom of women came from every direction.1 Puritan reformers also believed that Eve was God’s gift, given to Adam ‘to consummate and make up his happinesse.’[1] From this perspective, we can easily make the mental... [tags: Sidney Countess Marlowe Malta Merchant Essays]
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Stephen Leacock's Arcadian Adventures with the Idle Rich - Stephen Leacock's Arcadian Adventures with the Idle Rich   Jonathan Swift has suggested that "Satire is a sort of Glass, wherein Beholders do generally discover every body's Face their own; which is the chief reason...that so few are offended with it."  Richard Garnett suggests that, "Without humour, satire is invictive; without literary form, [and] it is mere clownish jeering." (Encyclopaedia Britannica 14th ed. vol. 20 p. 5). Whereas Swift's statement suggests that people are not offended by satire because readers identify the character's faults with their own faults; Garnett suggests that humour is the key element that does not make satire offensive.... [tags: Arcadian Adventures with the Idle Rich Essays] 1043 words
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One Hundred Years of Solitude: Relationship between Ursual and Jose Arcadio Buendia - One Hundred Years of Solitude: The Relationship between Ursual and Jose Arcadio Buendia In literature, a central relationship can bond a group, and serve as a measure of the vitality of the society that it bonds. One such monumental relationship is that between Ursual and Jose Arcadio Buendia in Gabriel Garcia Marquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude. In the chosen passage, the author uses imagery, metaphors, and characterization to illustrate their relationship, establishing a preview of their future relationship, harboring its development into the measure of stability of that society.... [tags: One Hundred Years Solitude] 1104 words
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Dream of a Natural Paradise - For many decades California holds the title as being the best Arcadian environment out there. Starr as well as many other authors have commented on how humans have always had “a respectful closeness to nature”(13), locating and adventuring out into some of the most beautiful places our earth encapsulates. All over California these places are evident from the beautiful redwoods to the Sacramento mountain ranges, the dream of a natural paradise is obtainable. Whether you want to go fishing, surfing, kayaking, or hiking, it is up to you to decide, for many imagining this dream is easy.... [tags: Art Analysis ]
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The Restoration Plan of Beaver Creak - I. Project Summary Students at Arcadia University are requesting a grant in order to restore the two streams on campus: Beaver Creek and Tookany Creek. Their objectives are to reduce the pollution and to prevent runoff as well as to restore and conserve the quality of the two streams. The students collected some data and saw small increases in nitrate and chlorine levels in the soil and water. Even though the concentrations of nitrate and chlorine are small, if not dealt with, the concentrations of both nitrate and chlorine will increase and cause many negative effects to the organisms living in the streams as well as the organisms that depend on the stream as a water source.... [tags: reduce pollution, planting, native vegetation]
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Sir Philip Sidney and an Analysis of Six of his Poems - Everyone in this world starts somewhere, thousands of new beginnings each day, a new story drafted every moment. A story can be written, told by mouth, or acted out, but it is the original telling, the occurrence of such a story, which remains the most engaging and interesting, leading to the stories that will be told long after the characters are gone. With each birth a new story begins, with each achievement the plot of a story is established, and with each death a story is passed on. Some people create more stories than their own, weaving their words into a tale of their choosing.... [tags: Poetry Analysis ]
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100 Years of Solitude Analysis - Gabriel Garcia Marquez is an author well known for his use of magical realism. Magic realism is incorporating magical elements in realistic settings or scenarios in a text. In One Hundred Years of Solitude, I believe magic realism serves to drive the themes and messages towards the intended audience. Given the context of the magic realism, and how it is used is effective in Latin countries and essentially changes how the reader perceives or interprets the story. Gabriel Garcia Marquez by using magic realism creates a story where the reader can essentially easily perceive the reality he has made, to figure out the social commentary he has on the role of imperialism and war on a country in cor... [tags: magic realism, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Colombia]
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Essay on William Shakespeare's Plagiarism of King Lear - Shakespeare's Plagiarism of King Lear     In creating the tragedy play King Lear, William Shakespeare plagiarized many sources in getting the base-line story, but it required his genius and intellect to place them together to create the true tragedy with its multiple plot lines that his play turned out to be in the end. The story of King Lear (or as it started, King Leir) is first seen in literature in the year 1135, contained in Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae. Other authors placed King Leir into their stories including; John Higgins in A Mirror for Magistrates (1574), by Warner in Albion's England (1586), by Holinshed in The Second Book of the Historie of England (1577)... [tags: Biography Biographies Essays]
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The Eastern Shore of Virginia - The Eastern Shore of Virginia, a peninsula located east of mainland Virginia, not noticed on many maps. The Eastern Shore has grown in the past year, putting up new shops and fast food restaurants. There are some interesting town names such as Temperanceville, Exmore, or Accomac. The name Temperanceville was brought by Christians who burned the four bars on the corners of Saxis road and Lankford highway. A new road was made named Temperanceville road. Temperance means no alcohol and that’s why the Christians burned the bars.... [tags: essays research papers] 450 words
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Santa Anita Park Thoroughbred Racing Fans - To thoroughbred horse racing fans, Santa Anita Park in Arcadia is the place to go this winter. The Park offers live horse racing in the backdrop of the magnificent San Gabriel Mountains. Except for occasional tourists, horse racing fans are not there for the scenery but to bet and win on horse races. Thoroughbred racing fans also called handicappers are using race programs and tip sheets to analyze and bet on horse races. To the handicappers, winning a bet on a horse race is like smoking marijuana.... [tags: Horse racing, Experience, Betting] 977 words
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The Doomed Buendia Family in Gabriel Garcia Marquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude - People do not pride themselves on being like their mother or father. But ancestors traits pass down through families, tying them together. The Buendia family, from Gabriel Garcia Marquez's “One Hundred Years of Solitude”, is a perfect example of the mystical doom that follows through generations. Nobel Prize Winner, Marquez weaves a tale about life in Macadona and the strange and twisted Buendia family line. The story addresses mysterious dark magic, death, and horrifying tales of incest, debauchery, and love.... [tags: One Hundred Years of Solitude]
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Magic Realism and Intertextual Examples of The Bible in Gabriel Garcia Marquez's 100 Years of Solitude - Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s novel, One Hundred Years of Solitude, is a novel often associated with magic realism. Throughout the novel, the idea of magic realism is promoted through intertext examples of The Bible. Magic realism is defined as an artistic style in which magical elements or irrational scenarios appear in an otherwise realistic or "normal" setting. The many intertextual examples throughout the work are alluded from outside sources such as the Bible and the tragedians of the Greeks and Romans.... [tags: Literary Analysis]
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The Relationship Between HUmanists and the Renaissance Era - The issues of interpreting humanism in regards to art are increased by the idea of renaissance art. Some students unhesitatingly talk of the artistry in the age of humanism and even the art of humanism Insofar as they engaged themselves with the visible artistry. Traditional or modern all’antica, they did so because of what they considered typical passions. For their aspect, many performers and performances of art shown a information about sources, preferences and values in favor among not only humanists, but customers and other sections of the community knowledgeable along humanist collections.... [tags: humanism, renaissance art, artistry] 647 words
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Nostalgia - I think I have a disease. It’s called, if I’m not mistaken, nostalgia. You know, that homesickness originally ascribed to Swiss merchants plying their wares in the lowlands of France. In a lesser form, this sickness is the over-merchandized appeal of the golden age transferred from the shining future of idealists to the glimmering past age of the cynic—i.e., Non sum qualis eram bonae sub regno Cynarae. Either way, perhaps, the view that the Golden Age is somewhere distant from the now is as dangerous as longing for some philosophically abstract perfection.... [tags: Personal Experience] 908 words
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The Nature and Variety of Late Classical and Early Hellenistic Greek States - 13. Megalopolitans: The people from Megalopolis in Arcadia in the western Peloponnese. It was in the Achaean League during the time being described. It would have been considered a Polis and as such would not have been seen as just a single entity or brain, rather [The Greeks] ‘saw the relationship between the individual and the state as organic’ (Green, 1993). The nature and variety of late classical and early Hellenistic Greek states were unique. Not one appeared to be the same as any other. One system favoured democracy (Athens), another may favour a diarchy (Sparta) and others may be led by a tyrant.... [tags: Politics, History]
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Organizational Vision Plan for Champion Broadband for a Potential Investor - ... We also met our subscriber metrics, while launching new products and services to our business segment and grew our community ties with the city of Monrovia. Champion recently became the official provider to the Monrovia Public Library, and to the Monrovia Fire and Police Departments. We are proud of this partnership and look forward to many years of service to this great American community. In terms of operational highlights, Champion delivered another year of solid growth with 16,500 net new subscribers, representing a 15 percent increase over the previous year.... [tags: investor, Champion, plan] 745 words
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Paragraphs on THe Nemean Lion, Hydra, Ceryneia and Erymanthean Boar - ... The hydra lived in the marshes of Lerna consumed people as well as animals. The hydra was a female monster with large dog-like body and several serpentine heads. One of these heads was immortal. The hydra possessed poisonous breath that killed anyone who inhaled it. Heracles was accompanied by his nephew and charioteer Iolaus, who was the son of his twin brother Iphicles and Automedusa. They arrived at the Amynone Spring, where the monster lived in seclusion. Heracles forced the beast out by shooting flamed arrows into its lair.... [tags: heracles, nemea, eurystheus] 770 words
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Reference Guide to Small and Medium Enteprises - Preface This guide is used to give a deeper understanding about relevant aspects to be considered before setting up or expanding business. This guide is produced with the help of BCC as a support towards SMEs. The booklet will give useful information to the partners, directors and senior managers of SMEs, as they will get some valuable guidance on how to act according to certain situation which will lead them to great business success. It first explains about organizational purposes of business; their responsibilities and strategies and also on how they met the objectives of different stakeholders.... [tags: SME expansion, business environment]
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The Second Coming by William Butler Yeats - ... It was also the year that he met John O'Leary, a famous patriot who had returned to Ireland after totaling twenty years of imprisonment and exile for revolutionary nationalistic activities. Yeats, who had preferred more romantic settings and themes, soon took O'Leary's advice, producing many poems based on Irish legends, Irish folklore, and Irish ballads and songs (2014 Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc.) As Yeats stated in a note included in the (1908 volume Collected Works in Verse and Prose of William Butler Yeats), "When I first wrote I went here and there for my subjects as my reading led me, and preferred to all other countries Arcadia and the India of romance, but presently I convinc... [tags: protestant, Anglo-Irish minority, english people]
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Who Started The Great Chicago Fire? - As we all know the Chicago Fire was supposedly started by the O’Leary cow. However new evidence from an anonymous source states that it was actually the ruler of Mt. Olympus who began the Great Chicago Fire. The fire that ruined millions of homes and killed many people may have actually been started by Zeus. According to information that was given to us, we have learned that in recent years before the Chicago Fire mortals of the city had been refusing to worship the Olympian God. Furthermore, one careless mortal had even crashed his horse into a statue of the great ruler.... [tags: Creative Writing Examples] 648 words
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The Heartbreaking Case of Genie - Social isolation is one of the most severe punishments known to man. However, for one innocent girl, known as Genie, social isolation was all she knew. Genie was a nickname given to a feral 13-year-old girl who had been a victim of being severely abused and neglected by her parents, in her own house in Arcadia, California. Prior to Genie being discovered in 1970 by Los Angeles child welfare authorities, much of her life consisted of being locked alone in her room strapped to a potty chair or a crib resulting in her being immobile (Reynolds & Fletcher-Janzen, 2004).... [tags: social isolation, abuse]
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My Legacy in Writing Skills - ... In my first piece for this class, I wrote a narrative on the effects of terrorism on the Islamic community. I expressed what I was shown, “The students acknowledged that their understanding of our faith was constructed off the information written in their secular textbooks. They only knew of the history documented in those textbooks.” Though, I did conclude this statement to be true through analysis of “what” and “who,” I overlooked the details of “why” and “how,” which could’ve better supported my writing.... [tags: stories, deep, organization, grammar, english] 656 words
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Greece: A Natural Beauty - There are many interesting things one can discovery about Greece; it has such an old history. Athens, Greece represents art, wisdom, and freedom because of the many accomplishments the city has made for the country over several years. Greece has fascinating geography, ancient life, and modern life. Greece is a beautiful country located in southern Europe. It is surrounded by neighboring countries such as Bulgaria, Macedonia, Albania, and Turkey. It mainly consists of a peninsula known as the Peloponnese.... [tags: History, Athens ] 1156 words
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My Experience Studying Abroad - ... If it was mandatory for everyone to have at least one study abroad experience the cost could be built into the tuition of every student from the beginning of his or her college education. Some colleges even have sister universities in other countries so those tuition costs are the same whether a person is abroad or in the United States. Another way to combat the cost of study abroad is to do a transfer program so that the person would be staying with another family overseas and than not have to pay out of pocket for many of the everyday costs, because they would be provided with them by the host family.... [tags: global perspective, education]
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