National Essays

Incident of National Significance

Whenever an event of disastrous impact threatens any place in the country, various emergency responses from different government units are mobilized. The National Response Plan (NRP) was designed so that the way in which these kind of events are addressed are done effectively and in an organized manner. As an extensive response plan, it also provides ample support mechanisms that would aid in preventing further damage and facilitate recovery. The NRP is applicable to all real and possible “Incidents of…

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National Association of Realtors and My Success

The National Association of Realtors or NAR began in May 12, 1908 under the name National Association of Real Estate Exchanges. The organization of property owners eventually changed its name to what is now known as NAR. NAR is primarily aimed at aiding its members become more profitable and successful in the field of real estate industry. To achieve that purpose, the organization provides for its members facilities crucial to professional development as well as the research and exchange of…

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Municipal Solid Wastes at National Level

India is one of the largest countries in the world whose multifaceted socio-economic progress occurred in the last 50 years since its independence in 1947 (Gupta, et. al. , 1998). Indian population is second largest in the world with 856 million in 1991 (Gupta, et. al. , 1998) and 1,027 million in 2001(COI, 2001). The country has an average annual growth rate of 1. 3% (Gupta, et. al. , 1998). The growth of the nation is shown by its rapid…

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National Climatic Data Center

The following CVR records indicated that the captain was trying his level best to regain control the flight. The FDR and the CVR stopped recording at 0150:36. 64 EST and 0150:38. 47 EST with its last indication that the elevators remained in a split condition. The rest of the flight information was gathered from the two debris fields recorded radar data. Primary radar data demonstrate that the descent of the aircraft had stopped at it had climbed to 25,000 feet…

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The National Stereotype of Swede

The book is a study of how a middle-class world view and life styles were formed in nineteenth and early twentieth century Sweden. When Jonas Frykman and Orvar Lofgren asks themselves, did the national stereotype of Swede, a rational, “nature-loving, conflict-avoiding person, obsessed with self-discipline, orderliness and punctuality” (p. 5), take shape? To answer this question, the authors contrast the differing perceptions of time, nature, gender, work, leisure, privacy and pollution held by the peasantry, on the one hand and…

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