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Ford Mustang

supercar is Ford Mustang. The Ford Mustang is an automobile manufactured by the Ford Motor Company. It was initially based on the
Ford Falcon. Production began in Dearborn, Michigan on 9 March 1964
and the car was introduced to the public on 17 April 1964 at the New York World's Fair . It was Ford's most successful launch .
Leading stylist John Najjar, who was a fan of the World War II Mustang
fighter plane , suggested the name. The Mustang created the " pony car" class of American automobile sports car sedans with long
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automatic start-stop system at the moment is available only for 6-speed manual gearboxes. ( Internal marketing environment Competitors Mini has a lot of competitors in the car market. Both direct and indirect competitors have an enormous part on Mini's success. Because Mini is a premium car brand; that means Mini's direct competitors are other premium car brands and indirect competitors are volume car brands. For example Audi as premium car brand and Ford as volume car brand. Substitutes for Mini are public transport, bicycles and motorcycles. Also one type of competitors would be new entrants. Costumers Most of the drivers will look for the premium cars first when they are buying a car, because premium cars have a high reputation and better driving qualities than volume car brands. Although at the end they still are more likely to buy a volume car brand because of car's price

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Cialdini raamat

More praise for Influence: Science and Practice! "We've known for years that people buy based on emotions and justify their buying decision based on logic. Dr. Cialdini was able, in a lucid and cogent manner, to tell us why this happens." --MARK BLACKBURN, Sr. Vice President, Director of Insurance Operations, State Auto Insurance Companies "Dr. Cialdini's ability to relate his material directly to the specifics of what we do with our customers and how we do it, enabled us to make significant changes. His work has enabled us to gain significant competitive differentiation and advantage" -LAURENCE HOF, Vice President, Relationship Consulting, Advanta Corporation "This will help executives make better decisions and use their influence wisely ... Robert Cialdini has had a greater impact on my thinking on this topic than any other scientist." -CHARLES T. MUNGER, Vice Chairman, Berkshire Hathaway, Inc.


Report Of Canada

Tallinn English College Report of Canada 8a Teacher: Merike Sisask Composer: Kärt Kalvet 2010 Canada, Kärt Kalvet 8a Canada General Information Canada is in North America. It's area is 9220970 sq km. Canada's population is 313.612.000 people. Canada is divided into 10 provinces and 3 territories. The capital of Canada is Ottawa. Canada has constitutional monarchy. The head of state in Canada's government is the Queen of England. There are two main languages in Canada: English and French. Canada's curreny is Canadian dollar (1 dollar=100 cents[Can$]). The highest peak of Canada is Mount Logan, 5959 metres. The lowest point is sea level. The longest river is the Mackenzie. The climate and geography of Canada vary greatly from temperate in the south to arctic in the north and from islands and plains in the east to mountains in the west. Location Canada is located in the northern-most region o

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Body and exterior vocabulary autotehnik

Vocabulary with definitions Body and exterior Body components, including windows and trim: · Bonnet/hood : UK (US hood) the metal cover over the part of a car where the engine is I looked under the bonnet and clouds of smoke poured out. (KAPOTT) · Bonnet/hood latch: a type of mechanical fastener that is used to join two (or more) objects or surfaces together while allowing for the regular or eventual separation of the objects or surfaces. · Bumper: a horizontal bar along the lower front and lower back part of a motor vehicle to help protect it if there is an accident. (AMORTISAATOR/PÕRKERAUD) · Unexposed bumper ­ can´t be seen · Exposed bumper ­ can be seen · Cowl screen: (KAITSEVÕRE) · A cowling: is the covering of a vehicle's engine, most often found on automobiles and aircraft. (KAPOTT) A cowling may be used: · for drag reduction · for en

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Fight Club - Book review

BOOK REPORT Title of the book: Fight Club Author (name and some general information): Chuck Palahniuk is an American novelist born February 21, 1962 in Washington, USA. He is best known as the author for the novel Fight Club (1996), which was made into a movie in 1999. Palahniuk began writing fiction in his mid-thirties. When he attempted to publish his novel, Invisible Monsters, publishers rejected it for its disturbing content. This led him to work on Fight Club which he wrote as an attempt to disturb the publisher even more for rejecting him. After initially publishing it as a short story in the 1995 compilation, Pursuit of Happiness, Palahniuk expanded it into a full novel, which --contrary to his expectations--the publisher was willing to publish. Some other well-known novels: Rant, Choke, Diary. Analysis of the book 1. Setting The story takes place in somewhere between 1980s and 1990s in the United States. 2. Characters

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THE CAPITALIST NIGER Chika Onyeani ………………………Every African must internalise this book - period….DAA INTRODUCTION In October 1960, Nigeria received its independence from Britain. By then, Ghana the former Gold Coast had been independent for three years under the great Osagyefo Kwame Nkumah. It was a time for celebrating Africa’s coming of age, as more and more African countries received their independence either from Britain or France. It was especially a poignant time for Africa, as then British Prime Minister Harold McMillan articulated his now famous “winds of change” sweeping Africa. We had high hopes for Africa, for the Black race, that the insidious imposition of foreign rule on us, the looting of Africa’s natural resources by our colonial masters accorded us would be things of history. That is more than forty years ago. Unfortunately, the promise of independence has not been fulfilled. Today, Africa has become more desolate; there is more starvation

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Letters Letters FORMAL, INFORMAL, TRANSACTIONAL TASK 1 Read the extracts and answer the questions. · Where are the extracts from? · What is the purpose of each letter? · How do they differ? · Which extracts are examples of formal letters? · How is the reader addressed in a formal letter? · What are the closing remarks for formal letters? · What is the salutation in a friendly letter? · How would you end extracts 1,2,3 ? · How would you begin the extracts 4 and 5? 1. Dear Mr Miller, I received your kind invitation to the reception. Unfortunately, owing to other commitments. I will be unable to attend ... 2. Dear Ralph, l just got your invitation to the company's event. l `m afraid I can't make it because I've a/ready made plans which l can "t change ... 3. Dear Sirs, I am writing to complain about the poor quality of the items which I received from your co

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TRAVELLING Exercise 1. a) When was the last time you travelled by bus, went by tram, took a taxi, flew, sailed on a car-ferry, rode a bike? These are all means of transport. A vehicle is the general word for all types of road transport. The last time I travelled by bus was in September and the last time I went by tram was yesterday. The last time I took a taxi was in August. The last time I flew was in September. The last time I sailed on a car-ferry was in 2020. The last time a rode a bike was in August. b) Divide the following means of transport into three groups: Transport by air Transport by water Transport on land A hot-air balloon, a jet, a A yacht, a submarine, a canoe, a A double-decker bus, a lorry, a helicopter, a plane, a rocket, rowing boat, a barge, a ferry coach, a tram, a moped, a van, a spacecraft

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