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How It Came To Be That Too Many Cooks Spoil The Broth: A Study Into The Problems Of Ill Defined Property Rights “Resources Are Limited, Whereas Human Wants Are Unlimited. Economics Is The Study Of How People Utilize

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too many cooks spoil the broth
It means that if too many people try to do the same thing, they end up ruining it. If you have too many cooks trying to cook one broth or soup, they get in each other's way and end up adding the wrong things. 

It means that a simple thing like a broth (or a movie script) is better when it doesn't have many authors contributing to it. 

If more than one cook handles one pot of soup the ingredients like salt, for example, may be doubled or tripled (according to how many cooks handle the pot) thus spoiling it.
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Rosalind dominates the stage. Her true decision-making skills can be seen in the last scene of Act V (5) where she has to present herself as Rosalind to her father and to Orlando, but at the same time change Phebe's opinion to marry Silvius. She is the main character of the play who extracts the clarity of important traits in other characters.
bring out the character contrasts of roslind and and celia in as you like it
Celia follows Rosalind into the forest
Celia is one of the important characters of Shakespeare's As You Like It.
Celia is the daughter of Duke Frederick. Celia and Rosalind are cousins but they have sisterly affection.
Physical Appearance[edit]
Celia is beautiful, but with a beauty less sparkling than that of Rosalind. Orlando describes both of them as 'fair and excellent ladies'.
Celia is shorter than her cousin and less majestic in appearance. She has a gentle expression combined with a habitual serious appearance. Hence Rosalind addresses her at one time as 'my pretty little coz', and at another as, 'sad brow and true maid'.



Love for Rosalind
Celia's love for Rosalind knows no limits and is frequently referred to in the play. Charles, the wrestler relates that Celia loves her cousin so much that she would have followed Rosalind into exile in case Rosalind too had been banished along with her father.
Le Beau, the courtier describes their love as 'dearer than the natural bond of sisters'. This shows that her love for cousin is pure and supreme.

the unitary and federal features in indian focusing on centre state
It has been the matter of debate among the scholars that whether the constitution of India is completely federal or unitary in nature. But actually Indian constitution contains both features of a federal constitution and unitary constitution. But for the very clear picture of this conclusion first of all we have to know that what is the federal constitution and what is unitary constitution. What feature of Indian constitution makes it federal or what features makes it unitary. The question whether the Indian Constitution could be called a federal constitution troubled the minds of the members of the Constituent Assembly. This question cannot be answered without going into the meaning of federalism and the essential features that are evident in federal state.
Federal Constitution:
In a federal set up there is a two tier of Government with well assigned powers and functions. In this system the central government and the governments of the units act within a well defined sphere, co-ordinate and at the same time act independently. 
Unitary Constitution
A unitary system is governed constitutionally as one single unit, with one constitutionally...

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