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Suzuki Hayabusa Brand Name Suzuki Hayabusa Parent Company Suzuki Category Motorcycles Sector Two-wheeler Tagline/ Slogan The Ultimate Predator; Ride the winds of change 1/4 Suzuki Hayabusa USP Extremely powerful engine and sporty design used in motorsports STP Segment Ultra premium sports bike Target Group Upper middle and upper class men Positioning Passion for performance and precision engineering SWOT 2/4 Suzuki Hayabusa Strength 1.Excellent brand name 2.High speed and performance 3.Hig innovative technology Weakness 1.Very expensive 2.Cant utilise maximum power due to traffic issues Opportunity 1.New emerging high income market 2.Better innovations Threats 1.Threats from other competitors 2.At such a high price people might prefer cars Competition 3/4 Suzuki Hayabusa Competitors 1.VMAX 2.R1 3.Kawasaki Ninja 4.Ducati 5.Honda CBR 4/4
outdated. A car represents individuals’ lifestyles, and it became an integral part of their lives. At the same time, the automobile industry has experienced seismic change. Hyundai Motor Company has grown rapidly to become one of the largest automakers, backed by world class production capability and superior quality. We have now reached a point where we need a qualitative approach to bring bigger ideas and relevant solutions to our customers. This is an opportunity to move forward and we have developed a new brand slogan that encapsulates our willingness to take a big leap. Led by our new slogan and the new thinking underlying it, we will become a company that keeps challenging itself to unlock new possibilities for people and the planet. GEN. LHD 1312 ENG. ID-KM Copyright © 2013 Hyundai Motor Company. All Rights Reserved. www.facebook.com/hyundaiworldwide www.youtube.com/hyundaiworldwide plus.google.com/+hyundai
One of a handful of Britain's remaining possessions, Gibraltar is an interesting anachronism says Gillian Vine. Last year, sabre-rattling Spaniards soured relations with Britain, saying it was time they had Gibraltar back. No you can't have it, said the British Government, supported by most of Gibraltar's 29,500 citizens, who rallied around the slogan ''Let no-one dare untie this knot''. The Spanish response was border checks with consequently long queues and delays, so I was pleased to come into Gibraltar by sea, during a port-hopping Mediterranean cruise.
All in one rhythm™, the Official Slogan of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™. Pelé is the youngest goalscorer in FIFA World Cup™ history and the only player to have won three FIFA World Cups™. Number 9, the shirt number of Ronaldo, the top goalscorer in FIFA World Cup™ istory with 15 goals. h 209 FIFA member associations 5 6 7 The most decorated female player in the world is Brazil’s Marta with five Women’s World Player of the Year awards. Together with Germany’s Birgit Prinz, she is also the top goalscorer in FIFA Women’s World Cup™ history with 14 goals. A Seleção, the nickname of the Brazil national team. FIFA’s first World Cup trophy was the Jules Rimet Trophy, which was permanently awarded to Brazil after the Seleção’s third title in 1970. The adidas Brazuca is the twelfth official FIFA World Cup™ since the Telstar was introduced for the 1970 edition. 202 teams in the 2014 preliminary competition match ball 8 Italy, the long-standing defending champions (winners in 1934 and 1938), t ravelled by boat rather than plane to the 1950 FIFA World Cup™, a journey of three weeks from Naples to Santos. 9 10 Fuleco™, the Official Mascot, a three-banded armadillo from the eastern part of Brazil. He will be 14 years old by the time of the 2014 FIFA World Cup™. Brazil are the most prolific team in World Cup history in terms of goals scored, with 210 so far. 32 FIFA World Cup™ participating teams 11 12 13 14 Brazil’s World Cup track record is impressive. They have five the most of any team: 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002. titles, Brazil are the only team to have featured in all 19 World Cups played so far. Football for Hope has supported over 250 football-based social p rogrammes in more than 60 countries. Football for the Planet is the official environmental protection p rogramme of the FIFA World Cup™. 6 zones/confederations ONE FIFA World Cup™ champion (5 CAF, 4.5 AFC, 13 UEFA, 3.5 CONCACAF, 0.5 OFC, 4.5 +1 host CONMEBOL) The Asian Zone (AFC) was the first and to date only confederation with associations to co-host the FIFA World Cup™, Korea Republic and Japan in 2002. The African Zone (CAF) was the last c onfederation to host the FIFA World Cup™, South Africa in 2010. The North, Central American and Caribbean Zone (CONCACAF) was the first confederation to have an association host two FIFA World Cups™, Mexico in 1970 and 1986. The South American Zone (CONMEBOL) was the first confederation to host the FIFA World Cup™, Uruguay in 1930. In 1974, the Oceanian Zone (OFC) became the last of today’s confederations to appear at the FIFA World Cup™. The European Zone (UEFA) is at the top of the leaderboard in terms of FIFA World Cup™ victories, with ten titles. TM THE FIFA WORLD CUP RETURNS TO THE LAND OF FOOTBALL We’ve worked very carefully on all the organisational details so that we can host the best FIFA World Cup of all time. RONALDO, 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ ambassador
This is the Graphic Standards Manual for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). It sets the standard for the design of all USAID public communications. The guidelines in this manual are compulsory for all Agency employees and contractors producing communications funded in whole by USAID, in accordance with Automated Directive Systems (ADS) 320. A separate publication, the Partner Branding Guide, details co-branding guidelines for communications co-funded by USAID. Below is the Standard Graphic Identity (Identity) for USAID. It is to be used to mark all programs, projects, activities, and public communications that require acknowledgement of USAID*. Found in the most remote corners of the globe, the USAID handclasp is one of the best known U.S. emblems throughout the world. It has become a symbol of the United States’ long history of aiding those in need. Labeling was first required during the Marshall Plan when Congress became concerned that the Soviet Union was taking credit for the poorly marked U.S. foreign aid donations to European countries. This original 1948 design was adapted from the Great Seal of the United States with the words,“For European Recovery Supplied by the United States of America,” in the center. It was translated into the languages of the recipient countries. But the slogan became obsolete when military aid was added to the economic program, and when some Near East and Asian countries were added to the roster of recipients under President Truman’s Point IV Program. In 1951, the slogan became,“Strength for the Free World from the United States of America.” In several countries, the slogan could not be translated into local dialects, so different designs and slogans were used. Moreover, the wide variety of containers needed made it necessary to have a range of labels, decals, metal plates, tags, and stencils in all sizes. As a result, the value of the overall message was lost due to a lack of uniformity. In 1953, Eleanor Gault, an employee in the Marking and Labeling Office of the Mutual Security Agency—a USAID predecessor—revised the emblem. During her research, Gault discovered that “clasped hands” have been recognized as a sign of unity, goodwill, and cooperation for centuries. She concluded that clasped hands,“could serve to identify the aid as part of the mutual effort with mutual benefits shared by our country and friends around the world.”
People’s expectation toward individual mobility requires more than just a convenient means of transportation. The old understanding of cars has becomeoutdated. A car represents individuals’ lifestyles, and it became an integral part of their lives. At the same time, the automobile industry has experienced seismic change. Hyundai Motor Company has grown rapidly to become one of the largest automakers, backed by world class production capability and superior quality. We have now reached a point where we need a qualitative approach to bring bigger ideas and relevant solutions to our customers. This is an opportunity to move forward and we have developed a new brand slogan that encapsulates our willingness to take a big leap. Led by our new slogan and the new thinking underlying it, we will become a company that keeps challenging itself to unlock new possibilities for people and the planet. A compact car means you have to compromise, right? Wrong. With Hyundai Accent, you’ll wonder how a compact car’s specification can be so comprehensive. Small in size, big in stature Why give up style, performance and refinement just because you’ve made the decision to drive a compact car? Well, you don’t need to. Incorporating features found in higher class cars, Accent gives you sleek good looks, advanced technology and groundbreaking safety attributes, and tops it all off with a robust, sporting character all of its own. Get the look and you attract the looks The world moves fast, so it’s important to catch people’s eye. Accent does just that, with a profile that’s modern, athletic and futuristic. Hungry for the kilometres, lean on the refuelling stops Drive Accent, and immediately, you’re struck by the quiet ride, the generous interior space and the abundance of up-to-theminute technology. You’ll notice something else too: the fuel gauge hardly drops. That’s because Hyundai engineers have devised one of the most fuel efficient engines there is, one that takes only 5.7 liter of fuel burned to run 100 km. (in case of 1.4 Manual Transmission)
Examples of the kinds of questions that will be asked are shown below. Sample Questions For each question indicate the single best answer out of the five possible options. 1.In a study, over a period of two months, 5 out of 100 men aged 30-35 years old reported having migraine headaches. Over a period of four months, 20 of 100 women aged 30-35 years old reported having migraine headaches. In this study, the relative risk of women developing headaches compared to men was (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 2.A new serological test has been developed for diagnosis of bovine paratuberculosis. This test was used on 200 dairy cattle known to be infected with bovine paratuberculosis based on isolation of Mycobacterium paratuberculosis from fecal samples, and 300 dairy cattle designated free of disease. Among the 200 dairy cattle known to be infected with bovine paratuberculosis, 120 had a positive test. and 80 had a negative test. Among the 300 dairy cattle designated free of bovine tuberculosis, 30 had a positive test and 270 had a negative test. The sensitivity of the serological test for detecting bovine paratuberculosis is (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 3.The major purpose of random assignment in a clinical trial is to: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 4.Help ensure that study subjects are representative of the general population Help ensure double blinding Help ensure that the study groups are comparable on baseline characteristics Facilitate adherence to the intervention Facilitate measurement of the outcome variables A case control study is characterised by all the following except: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 5.A study to test the hypothesis that volcanic dust causes silicosis is to be tested by comparing the population of an island very close to a volcanic eruption with the population of an island not so exposed. After 5 and 10 years the incidence of silicosis will be measured and compared in both populations. This study is (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) ...
Abstract We present a young adult female with symptoms of acute tonsillitis and tender cervical lymphadenopathy. Despite a full course of oral antibiotics, she had persistent left lower cervical lymphadenopathy measuring 2.0 x 1.5 cm at 2 weeks post-treatment. Rigid and flexible scope examinations did not reveal any abnormalities in the nasopharynx, oropharynx or hypopharynx. Tuberculosis tests were negative and blood index results were normal. Fine needle aspiration cytology revealed a non-specific granulomatous inflammatory process. Excisional lymph node biopsy was performed, and the patient was diagnosed as having Kikuchi’s Disease (KD). We would like to highlight the diagnostic challenges in detecting this condition and the importance of differentiating KD from tuberculosis and malignant lymphoma, the latter of which requires aggressive treatment. Keywords: histiocytic necrotizing lymphadenitis, Kikuchi disease, Kikuchi-Fujimoto disease, medical sciences. Introduction Case Report Kikuchi-Fujimoto disease (histiocytic necrotizing lymphadenitis) is a benign, self-limited disease of unknown cause that often manifests with persistently enlarged cervical lymph nodes that are unresponsive to antibiotic therapy (1). The disease was first identified by Kikuchi in 1972; this condition is primarily seen in young adult women, frequently of Asian origin, and is becoming increasingly recognized worldwide (2). The incidence of Kikuchi’s disease (KD) ranges from 3% to 9% of all biopsy cases of neck lymph nodes (3). Approximately 30% of KD patients are mistakenly thought to have malignant lymphoma. Therefore, it is important for clinicians and pathologists to be aware of this benign, self-limiting entity and to differentiate it from non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), and carcinoma. A 22-year-old female presented with a fiveday history of sore throat and fever with bilateral cervical lymph lymphadenopathy. Examination revealed a high fever of 38.5 °C, mildly enlarged inflamed tonsils and bilateral tender cervical lymphadenopathy. She was treated with a course of antibiotics for a week. She recovered well except for a persistent mobile left lower cervical lymph node measuring 2.0 x 1.5 cm, which did not regress even at 2 weeks post-treatment. There were neither other lymphadenopathies nor hepatosplenomegaly. Investigations for tuberculosis (TB) were negative. White cell counts were normal. Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) of the lymph node was suggestive of an acute granulomatous inflammatory process. Rigid nasal endoscopy and flexible nasopharyngolaryngoscopy did not …