Month: September 2019

An Investigation into the Use of Control Technology in the Car Industry

The Mustang’s body area encompasses 355,000 square feet. It also utilizes 145 robots to perform welding for structural integrity, material handling for assembly, and sealer application for water leak prevention.Six major assembly/welding lines, along with three subassembly and buildup areas, are required to complete a Mustang body. There are three subassembly buildup areas: front structure […]

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Splintered

Splintered is a play that shows fragments from three of Tennessee Williams best-known plays, “A Streetcar Named Desire”, “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” and “The Glass Menagerie”. This production took place at the Fringe Club in Central on 9th April. Splintered was a school performance, the audience mainly consisted of other students and parents. […]

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Death of a Salesman

Death of a Salesman is “a love story between a man and his son, and in a crazy way between both of them and America”. -Arthur Miller Linda is faced with a mother’s dilemma: Does she love her husband more than she loves her sons? This is where the tension, which is apparent throughout the […]

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Fried Ice

On this oddly bleak and gloomy evening I decided to take a walk into the winter wonderland that is the outdoors. My cold hardened eyelids creaked open to witness the amazing contrast of the force that nature wields. My nostrils numbed at the first whiff of crisp, fresh air that I had taken. The snow […]

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Closing Sequence of Usual Suspects

Starting the closing sequence, we see a shot of Detective Kujan after he feels he has solved the crime. He is sat on his desk in a medium shot, gradually zooming in. He seems proud of his days work, we can tell he has this pride from the way he nods his head casually and […]

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Mental Preparation For various Games

Before any sport, mental preparation is very important. It can be the difference between a bad, average or good performance from the player concerned. I have chosen Keith Wood for his experience, discipline and the fact that he is a legend. In rugby especially, mental preparation is just as important as a warm up. It […]

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Reflective review of knowledge and understanding

To human beings, learning is an instinctive and intricate process. It is in essence, an assiduous journey which starts the very second we enter this world. The role of education therefore is to augment and consolidate this learning process thereby equipping the learner with knowledge and understanding of the world around her/him. However, there are […]

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