People Essays

Essays on famous people in history.

  • Julius Caesar
    Essay Each person has different opinions whether they’re debating or whether they dislike the person in general. Obviously each opinion or thought has a reason behind it. They’re many examples of fallacies during the funeral speeches between Brutus and Antony and the debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Some of the example of fallacies are Ad Hominem Fallacy, Ad Populum Fallacy, “Loaded Words, and Oversimplification. Fallacies are very important to be paying attention to. In the beginni
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  • Character Analysis: Jimmy Cross
    Eisenbeis 1 Courtney Eisenbeis Professor Otto Composition II 11 October 2015 Jimmy Cross, from Tim O’Brien’s “The Things They Carried,” is a well rounded character. He is a main focus in the story and is the first character to be developed at the beginning. He is developed as the leader of the pack in the story, but as we learn more about him, we find out that he struggles with being a leader. Looking past the hardships he goes through, he works hard to overcome his insecurities and be the best
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  • Inuit people
    , who live in the north of Canada, the Arctic region, have changed some of their way of life. Before these changes happened, their ancestors were living as horde and had a traditional way of living which was still affecting their offspring. Ancient Inuit people were living by hunting arctic animals. For example, they hunt walruses, seals and other animals for food, and their skins or furs were also used for living stuffs. The winter is the longest and coldest season in the area, even in summer i
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  • Cheikh Anta Diop Obituary
    DIOP, Cheikh Anta - 62, of Thieytou, Center Senegal, passed away peacefully of natural causes February 7th, 1986. Born December 29th, 1923, into an aristocratic Muslim family, Cheikh was privileged to have studied at a traditional Islamic school before graduating and achieving a Bachelors degree at age 23. After, he moved to Paris where he stayed for 15 years studying Physics history, and Egyptology. The only Black African of his generation to have received training as an Egyptologist, Cheikh An
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  • The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano
    Olaudah Equiano (c. 1745 – 31 March 1797),[3] known in his lifetime as Gustavus Vassa (/ˈvæsə/),[4] was a prominent African in London, a freed slave who supported the British movement to end the slave trade. His autobiography, published in 1789 and attracting wide attention, was considered highly influential in gaining passage of the Slave Trade Act 1807, which ended the African trade for Britain and its colonies. Since the late 20th century, there has been some debate on his origins,
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  • William Golding: A Rapist?
    “The Nobel laureate Sir William Golding, whose novel Lord of the Flies turned notions of childhood innocence on their head, admitted in private papers that he had tried to rape a 15-year-old girl during his teenage years, it emerged today.” - The Huffington Post, Sep 16, 2009. William Golding the author of the “boys book” Lord of the Flies had tried to rape a girl. Rape: forced, unwanted sexual intercourse. Rape is never okay. It doesn’t matter if it is from someone who is the same age as you to
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  • Adult children of alcoholics
    Adult Children that were raised by Alcoholics The population that we are focusing our research on is adult children of alcoholics (ACOAs) age 18 and older over 28.6 million people are ACOAs 22 million are over the age of 18. The reason they are called adult children and not just plan adults is because when a child experiences trauma or anything life changing, that child remains that age in the mind no matter how old they get or how many things they experience. We will be giving an overall list o
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  • Domestic Violence
    Domestic violence is a well-known topic by the public, but there is more to it than you might think. For example, a woman living in the United States has a greater chance of being assaulted in some way by her partner than in a normal attack. Even more interesting, over 30% of female homicides were committed by a partner. The person inflicting the violence (usually male) enjoys having power over their significant other (making all decisions, giving their partner orders, etc) but usually deeply “l
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  • SAT
    Jean-Jacques Rousseau is one of the most influential thinkers during the Enlightenment in eighteenth century Europe. His first major philosophical work, A Discourse on the Sciences and Arts, was the winning response to an essay contest conducted by the Academy of Dijon in 1750. In this work, Rousseau argues that the progression of the sciences and arts has caused the corruption of virtue and morality. This discourse won Rousseau fame and recognition, and it laid much of the philosophical groundw
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  • August Alsina
    Born and bred from the streets of New Orleans, Louisiana, enter into the game, 21-year-old August Alsina... With the love and hustle of the Crescent City running through his veins, August is eager to follow in the footsteps of the NOLA music legends that paved his way. His recently inked deal with Def Jam Recordings looks to be a great step in the right direction, but music wasn\'t always in his future. August learned at an early age that drugs and money could make you, or break you. With both h
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  • Essay
    Singer\'s thesis is that we ought to extend to (non-human) animals the same equality of consideration that we extend to human beings. Here\'s how I think the main contours of his argument shape up: 1. The only criterion of moral importance that succeeds in including all humans, and excluding all non-humans, is simple membership in the species Homo sapiens. 2. However, using simple membership in the species Homo sapiens as a criterion of moral importance is completely arbitrary. 3. Of the remaini
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  • Who are Heros
    I agree with you that the government shut down caused a lot of grief for the American people and ultimately solving absolutely nothing. In my opinion the government shut down is democracy at its worst. Besides avoiding a default on our national debt which would of sent our economy in a tailspin, and the loss of revenues which incurred during a time of economic recession, the shutdown merely delayed the inevitable. Our nation’s core problems cannot be solved by simply throwing in the towel, or ag
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  • Visit to the dentist
    I push the door open. The bell tinkles, with a soft but loud ring. A wave of rubber gloves and disinfectant masked with cheap air freshener washes over me. Chairs are all cluttered in the waiting room of the dentists. Clusters of magazines lie on the scratched wood of the coffee tables, a shiny bright plastic screaming out logos and slogans. A little way forward from where I stand is a desk. A smiling receptionist sits there. She sees to have been expecting me somehow, as she indicates to the co
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  • My Lake experience
    A quaint aroma of pure harmony and happiness is abroad the marvelous lake designed by years of change. It is a therapeutic retreat hidden from the world we entertain. Soft winds caress your neck as one nears the out-lying woods that surround this satisfaction achieved dwelling. As soon as the beautiful trees with fall colors start to dispel their leaves, it is as if a blanket is covering the forest for a nice nap. There is a road with winding turns, telescopic mountain passageways, and marvelous
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  • Pluralizm
    Pluralism is a group theory of democracy. Pluralism is a theory of many different competing groups with political power that try to shape the government decisions. The two main political groups in the United Stated are the Democrats and Republicans. There are many others activist, unions, associations and environmentalists that try to shape government decision. Yes I believe Pluralisms help explain the tea party. Pluralism plays a major factor in describing the Tea Party by stressing social dive
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  • Professional Responsibility
    1.7 CONFLICTS OF INTEREST NO CONCURRENT CONFLICTS: • Sitting in both seats in same case, OR • SIGNIFICANT risk that rep of one client will BE MATERIALLY LIMITED by duties to current client, third party, or former client, OR attorney’s own interests IF A CONFLICT EXISTS, LAWYER CAN STILL REPRESENT IF: • Lawyer thinks she can be competent and diligent • It is not prohibited by law • The representation does not involve asserting a claim by one client against another client represented by that lawye
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  • Mr.Rodgers
    He basically saved public television. In 1969 the government wanted to cut public television funds. Mister Rogers then went to Washington where he gave an amazing merely six minute speech. By the end of the speech not only did he charm the hostile Senators, he got them to double the budget they would have initially cut down. The whole thing can be found on youtube, a video called ?Mister Rogers defending PBS to the US Senate.? ?Certain fundamentalist preachers hated him because, apparently not g
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  • Asian Americans in Enclaves
    Asian Americans in Enclaves The dictionary definition of enclave is ?1. a country, or especially, an outlying portion of a country, entirely or mostly surrounded by the territory of another country; or 2. any small, distinct area or group enclosed or isolated within a larger one (e.g., a Chinese-speaking enclave in London)? (dictionary.com). The reading by Chung talks about ?ethnic enclaves? and its three types: the one-step-up, the new immigrant, and the suburban enclaves. One-step-up enclaves
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  • Population
    Automobiles like these are around the world everyday, and their exhaust destroys our air everyday. Our environment is a major aspect of our life today. Many of us don\'t take our Earth seriously and think that as long as pollution doesn\'t hurt them they can go ahead and throw garbage on the ground or spill oil down the drain. Well to many people have that theory and they are killing off our Earth and also physically harming themselves from the air they breath and the water they swim in. Our Ear
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  • american scholar by ralph emerson
    Sheveon Wharton Prof: N. Essay ENG 150-002 09-12-12 Essay 2 Eating Healthy In America It was Edward Stanley who said "those who think they have no time for eating healthy, will sooner or later have time for illness". Most to all Americans live very hectic lifestyles, which is a very challenging for them to maintain a healthy balance diet; so as an alternative they turn to fast food. Fast food can taste good but is it safe? What we eat can and will eventually affect our weight, increase or reduc
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  • muslim vs christanity
    Christianity and Islam are two of the world?s largest religions. The two are different in beliefs but are similar in origin. Like many religions both Islam and Christianity claim to be the one and only true way to God. Although Islam and Christianity differ in major ways, they also share some similarities. Islam teaches that in order to achieve true peace of mind and surety of heart, one must submit to God or ?Allah? and live according to His revealed Law. Being a Muslim requires willful submis
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  • moneyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
    , token ring and FIDDI, and wireless, including advantages and disadvantages. Network topology connects pairs of nodes of a network using patterns of links. Mesh Topology Mesh topology connects each device in a network to every other device in the network. Some advantages of a mesh topology are that it can work over a long distance, it is reliable, and it provides redundancy and it one device fails the backup device can take over the loss data. Disadvantages of mesh are that is complicate and ex
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  • Mr.
    Urban Sprawl: Pro and Con The term "urban sprawl" has a bad ring to it. The name reinforces the view that metropolitan growth is ugly, inefficient, and the cause of traffic congestion and environmental harm. Before we decide we are against urban sprawl, however, we should be clear about what it is and why we do not like it. Once we look at its specific characteristics, we can recognize their causes and what, if anything, to do about them. My study of metropolitan growth indicates that three kind
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  • Psych
    Norkis Grant Zakiya Odoi ENC1101TR2:00pm 09/30/2012 Hard Times Will Follow I turn the TV up louder because now my mom is yelling on the phone to Chase about the bill she just received. She sounds as if she is in a war but the slamming of the phone lets me know she didn?t win. I was just out this morning with her and seen that her eyes were glued to a new pair of Burberry shoes. She persuaded herself that she needed them like the other millions of pairs she has jammed in her closet and found hers
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  • friendship
    It doesn?t matter if our friends are similar or different to us, because that is what make friends to be friends. English has two contradictory sayings that can apply to friendship: ?Birds of a feather flock together? and ?Opposite attracts?. Some people believe that they can only be friends to those who are similar to them. However, others consider that they can find their soul mate in a person who is totally different from them. How can this be possible? Let?s analyse these two sayings which I
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  • Oral script of the Pros and Cons of Left-Handedness
    Alex, have you finished the Chemistry experiment that Madam Voon gave us yesterday? No, but I?m working on it now. Wow! You are a leftie. No wonder you always bump against my hand when we do our homework. Well, I?m sorry for that. You cannot blame me for being a leftie. You know, my mum is always telling me that i?m lucky to be born a rightie. She said that being a leftie is unimaginable! You know, life?s difficult for people like you. Actually, it?s not too difficult for me. As a leftie I found
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  • street children:unfinished
    A street child is a young person, under the age of fifteen, who lives and sleeps in the streets, whose family ties are broken and who can\'t or won\'t return home. Street children live in the streets without their families. Each child has to learn how to survive alone, since no adult takes responsibility of them. Often they are very young and completely ignored by their families. These children don\'t like to be called as "street children". They live, or rather struggle to survive, they are usua
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  • Why You Should Not Smoke
    Why You Should Not Smoke I am sure that you know that smoking harms your body. Then why do you continue smoking? Maybe you do it because you haven?t really become conscious about all the effects that smoking has. There are a lot of reasons why you shouldn?t smoke. Some of them are that smoking affects your health, that you spend a lot of money on cigarettes, and that when you smoke you are not respecting people around you. The first reason why you shouldn?t smoke is that smoking affects your hea
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  • Role Reversals among Black men and women
    Gender Role Reversals Among Black Men and Women In this paper I would like to explore the role reversals among Black men and women. There have been few studies about Black men and women and their gender roles in relation to each other. The standards of gender roles, and how they play a part in relationships and marriages, had always been based on the White middle and upper class. White men and women have always been the status quo symbol. Black men have not had the opportunity to have a definin
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  • The Duggars- Children Hoarders
    The Duggars-Children Hoarders Families are the life-blood of humankind?s sustainability. Before World War II, many households in the United States were an extended family or multigenerational. These units consisted of parents, their offspring, the grandparents, aunts and uncles. The beginning of suburbia in the 1950s gave rise to a progressive shift to nuclear families made up of the mother, father and children. Not unlike previous generations, the trend now is swinging back to the extended fami
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  • HEALTH SYSTEM
    People sometimes can be sick. This is a thing which comes from the rules of mankind and the "health" is one of the most important things for everyone. When a person is sick, he will necessarily try to get treatment for his illnesses. Even though, there are some difficulties to get treatment in the past, nowadays we have too many opportunities. One of them -actually the most important one- is "technology". Especially, the technology provides hospitals with new equipment for health industry. In t
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  • be the best
    i want to understand what people feeling. I really have many best friends,when i make them smile,i haappy.Although I was born and brought up in the country, I spent most of my time in the city; however, a comfortable life in the city has never appealed to me at all. And the country with its advantages still has a call to me for good. First, the fresh and clean air of the country makes you feel healthier. How relaxed and pleasant you are when you can enjoy the pure air wafted with soft fragrance
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  • gap year
    Nowadays, young people have more and more opportunities to go up. They are greatly encouraged to find a job or travel a year between finishing high school and starting university. Basically, there are two ways to look at this problem: It has not only beneficial but also unbeneficial. As regards advantage, the time between high school and university is favorable to relax after having a long time at school. People who have experienced an entrance exam to university absolutely exhausted. Being heal
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  • leadership
    My first step in preparing to write this essay was to gain a clear understanding of the word leadership and the set of qualities that make a good leader. I found this extremely difficult. I came to the realization that leadership is a term that is freely used but rarely understood. However, leadership is central to the mission of SANS Technology Institute (STI) (1), and the process of applying to STI\'s Master\'s program has pushed me to clearly define and concisely state my own understanding of
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  • Budgeting my finances
    Me and My Husband work on the finances together. Then he pays most of them online, except for the rent (we pay by check). We haven\'t been saving much these past few years, but we are starting this year. We belong to a credit union and a bank, but we are looking to drop our bank, because of the fees that keep going up every year. Paying your bills on time and a little extra when you can is the best. If you are just starting out and have utility payments and find you cant pay the full amount, pay
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  • children
    The issue of whether a couple should remain in a troubled or difficult marriage "for the sake of the children" was addressed by Hetherington (1999) via an examination of the results of three longitudinal studies of divorce and remarriage. Noting that the issue is of significance, Hetherington (1999) commented that two main strategies have been used to empirically explore the issue: first, some studies have compared the adjustment of children whose parents later divorce to children whose parents
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  • A gift to a child
    People learn and develop throughout their entire lives. I think that in our modern world it is very essential to be familiar with computer technology. So, if I had a chance to give a child a gift it would be a computer. I think that computers play an essential role in our lives and they bring many benefits to our society. Moreover, children can learn by use of computers. In the following paragraphs I will give my reasons to support my answer. First of all, by use of computers children can play
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  • Aldous Huxley
    Huxley my favorite topic of discussion, anytime of the day. I have a huge poster of him on the back side of my bedroom door. I fell in love with his writing since 18, brave new world was my 18th birthday gift from papa, amongst other things, spoiling me to good heaven. So you wanna know why I worship him, interesting you asked. Aldous Huxley was one of the most brilliant minds of the 20th century. His intelligence is obvious to anyone who has ever read his work and seriously considered the conce
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  • alp
    Affirmative action programs attempt to institute selective "preferential treatment" as a way of eliminating conditions in the workplace and elsewhere that systematically injure minorities. A large part of the process of reversing discrimination involves the reform of employment testing, because various types of tests have typically included cultural biases that discriminate against the non-white and the non-male. Consequently, affirmative action intrinsically includes the reform of pre-employmen
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  • Children and parents
    Parents are the closest people for children in the world. They are best friends for us. They are everything for me. These close people deserve not only respect but also all love from all heart. Not getting the respect of children is one of the major family problems of modern world. In their pursuit to a bright career parents are actually forgetting the art of nurturing children in a healthy way. You will often find parents complaining about the disobedience. Most of the married children rarely
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  • Teenager challenges
    Nowadays, it is clearly to realize the significant change in the world?s development. Following that also occurs a new generation which is totally different from old generations. There are a lot of changes in teenagers such as change in thinking, lifestyle. Moreover, the generation have a lot of pressure on them from variable factors. The old generation also have a lot of hard challenges when they were teenagers. In fact, the teenagers have to face a lot of new challenges which create a lot of p
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  • wal mart
    Wal-Mart: Staying on Top of the Fortune 500 A Case Study on Wal-Mart Stores Inc. This case study was produced for the Corporate Strategy and Public Affairs Lecture, The Graduate School of Political Management, George Washington University. April 2002, Washington DC Contributors to this Report: Patrick Hayden, Seung Lee, Kate McMahon, Mike Pereira The case study is an examination of how Wal-Mart\'s Corporate Strategy affects its Public Affairs and Government Relations Strategy  http://mik
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  • nothing
    There are many myths surrounding the origins of baseball. Many people believe that a young West Point Cadet named Abner Doubleday invented baseball one day in 1839 while in Cooperstown, New York. That is definitely not true. The Doubleday Myth was first created by a panel of "baseball experts" appointed to determine the origins of the game. The Commission based its conclusions on the testimony of one Abner Graves. History proved that Graves may not have been the most credible witness, however. J
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  • Parents influence
    Some people think parents influence their children because they spend much time with the children. But personally, I think some parents have problems to raise the children, and the surroundings around children influence them a lot. Therefore, I believe that parents are not the best teachers. Firstly, parents are not always have a right to raise the children. Some parents violate the children. It is a serious problem. Society has to protect the children from the parents. Sometimes, an official of
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  • Phillip Livingston
    This article shares how the increase of global warming is threatening forests. Specifically, threatening forests in the Pacific Northwest. This data has been collected for over 50 years from scientists in Oregon, Washington, California, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and southwestern British Columbia. Scientists monitored seventy six forest plots that are all over 200 years old. The study focused mainly on, pines, furs, and hemlocks. Researchers found a rise in death rates of these three species
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  • Saving for Retirement
    Persuasive Speech On Saving For Retirement Persuasive Speech on Saving for Retirement Dateline: 08/17/98 In virtually every business college, you will have to take some form of speech/communication class. Here\'s a persuasive speech with a format that Business Majors Guest Writer Allen Yamazaki used for his Speech 251 class. You can also learn about saving for retirement at the same time. Saving for Retirement General Purpose: To persuade Specific Purpose: To persuade the audience to start savin
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  • lovw
    Love relationships are similar to a seesaw, as the seesaw tips according to the persons sitting on the two sides, a love relationship can also lean according to the mentality of the couple in the said relationship. Passage 1 and Passage 2 both depict situations with love relationships that have varying passions, intensity, and dilemmas. Passage 1 and Passage 2 establish a controlling idea that love?s various obstacles and hindrances can occur by the individuals in the relationship or by outside
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  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time takes place in the year 1998 in and around the town of Swindon, England. The fifteen-year-old narrator of the story, Christopher John Francis Boone, discovers the slain body of his neighbor?s poodle, Wellington, on the neighbor?s front lawn one evening and sets out to uncover the murderer. His investigation is at times aided, and at other times hampered, by the mild form of autism he lives with. After Christopher hits a policeman in a misundersta
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  • from mythology
    From mythology Poseidon/Neptune: the god of the sea Narcissus: "sleep, numbness," a hunter from the territory of Thespiae in Boeotia who was renowned for his beauty. As divine punishment he fell in love with his own reflection in a pool, not realizing it was merely an image, and he wasted away to death, not being able to leave the beauty of his own reflection. Fates: the "apportioners",divine daughters of ZEUS and Themis. Their names are: KOLTHO (Clotho), LAKHESIS (Lachesis) and ATROPOS. Klotho
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  • albert einstein
    Albert Einstein was an important person who changed the world of science. People referred to him as a genius, and as one of the smartest people in the world. Einstein devoted himself to solving the mysteries of the world, and he changed the way science is looked at today. Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879, in Ulm, Germany. Albert\'s speech was late in development; he didn\'t start talking until he was about three. Since he started talking late, his parents thought he was retarded. "His
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