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Tarhab Motiwala Assignment 2 Answer questions page (129) Q: Reread the Country Focus about Islamic capitalism in Turkey. Then answer the following questions: a. Can you see anything in the value of Islam that is hostile to business? b. What does the experience of the Regio around Kayseri teach about the relationship between Islam and business? c. What are the implications of Islamic values toward business for the participation of a country such as Turkey in the global economy? ANS: Responses to...

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Business, Economy, Employment, Employment compensation, Labour relations, Working time, Global workforce, Labor rights, Nike, Inc., International labor standards, Project Nike, Business ethics
International business
Tarhab Motiwala Assignment 1 1. What are the facilitating developments that have allowed health care to start globalizing? ANS: The first major development that has allowed health care to start globalizing is technology. The second major development that has allowed health care to start globalizing is cost of medical care in the U.S. The third major development that has allowed health care to start globalizing is the non-insured and the under-insured. The fourth major development that has allow...

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Economy, Capitalism, Cultural geography, Economic geography, Globalization, Interculturalism, International trade, Health care, Cultural studies, Structure
Drama: Costume & Makeup Assignment
Discuss the costumes and makeup in the movie you watched. Did the costuming and makeup match or clash with the place and time of the story? Was costuming and makeup a major part of the story or just secondary? How did the costuming differ for different characters? Did the color and style of the costume reflect the character\'s personality in any way? The costumes and makeup were very well done in this movie, the costume designer even received an Academy Award nomination! They fit the setting ve...

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Theatre, Entertainment, Costume design, Film production, Stagecraft, Petruchio, The Taming of the Shrew, Arts
Twelfth Night
Respond to each of the items below. 1. In your own words, provide a brief summary of the play in 200 words or less. Viola and Sebastian are twins but think each other is dead. Viola dresses like a man and begins to work for Orsino and tries to help him court Lady Olivia but Viola falls in love with Orsino, Olivia falls in love with Viola ("Cesario"), and then Sebastian shows up (with his friend Antonio) and Olivia thinks HE is Cesario and asks him to marry her. Antonio thinks Viola (as Cesario)...

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Twelfth Night, Theatre, Entertainment, British films, Olivia, Orsino, Sebastian, Viola, Malvolio, Cesario, Music Is, Maria
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3 Reasons Why, Split, and To the Bone have come under fire for their portrayals of mental illness. Many believe that they sensationalize these conditions and perpetuate harmful misconceptions. That said, there are also people who appreciate the conversation that these fictional portrayals spark and find comfort in seeing characters that they can relate to. I\'ve asked several of my friends and acquaintances that work in entertainment for their take on portrayals of mental illness in the media.13...

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Psychiatry, Abnormal psychology, Behavioural sciences, Psychology, Psychiatric diagnosis, RTT, 13 Reasons Why, Hannah Baker, Eating disorder, Mental disorder, Jay Asher
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McEachen K Introduction to Psychology 27 February, 2014 Perceptions of Death and Dying Fredrika Verhoeven is 81 years old and lives in the Netherlands. She is Jewish and a survivor of the Holocaust. Fredrika believes that death is a natural part of life and that all deaths have meaning. Because she experienced an event where so many people died, this belief helps her to make sense of it and accept it. This is a basic belief of Judaism. Fredrika also beliefs that after death, there is no afterli...

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Religion, Philosophy, Belief, Philosophy of religion, Afterlife, Christian eschatology, Reincarnation, Purgatory, Heaven, Hell
Acting: Stage vs Screen Assignment for The Phantom
of the Opera You viewed an adaptation for the screen. What do you think are some of the differences between the play version (on stage) and the film version (on screen)? Refer to specific scenes when talking about the movie so we know what part you are talking about. Think about face expressions, body language, volume, makeup, and anything else you think might be done differently between stage and film. Your answer should cover four or more differences and include examples of several scenes. Pr...

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Film, Entertainment, English-language films, Music, The Phantom of the Opera, British films, Monster movies, Theatrical makeup, Christine Daa, Emmy Rossum, Phantom, Sarah Brightman
Cirrhosis
Located on top of the stomach and under the diaphragm rests a dark reddish organ known as the liver. The liver has many vital functions and some of these functions include: the production of bile, proteins for blood plasma, cholesterol and proteins move fats through the body, removing the blood of toxic substances and much more (Sommers & Fannin, 2015). Cirrhosis is a disease that is associated with the fibrosis of the liver and loss of healthy normal cells. The damage prevents the liver fr...

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Medicine, Hepatology, RTT, Clinical medicine, Health, Infectious causes of cancer, Healthcare-associated infections, Alcohol abuse, Cirrhosis, Liver, Hepatorenal syndrome, Portal hypertension
How could bonnie burning off in a few minutes some
thing that personal specialists trying to do for have been a year? The answer is simple, she focused on the direct thing that is affected the working capacity of workers. Going out for a second cup of coffee is a mess. When she encountered with Mr. Marsh in elevator she honestly disclosed her opinion. Before that Mr. Marsh might believe that its unnecessary but with her direct opinion he might think that the requirements are there for a second coffee break. That\'s why Bonnie convinced Mr. Mars...

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Food and drink, Pointy-haired Boss, Coffee, Personal life, Matter, Behavior modification
Miqueen Paxton
Comm 100 7am MWF Self-Review In the first speech I didn\'t feel prepared. In this speech I did I practiced and was reedy when I go up to talk. I was still nervous, but I feel like I\'ll get over that soon maybe if I practice in front of my family. At about 22 seconds into my speech I lost my words this is where I feel like I could have improved by making sure I know what I\'m going to say I also didn\'t feel like I wasn\'t as clear as I could have been AT about 3 min and 30 sec when I was talki...

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Over, Oral literature, Vocal music
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Comm 100 MWF 7am 9/10/2017 Self-Review Before I gave the speech was very nervous. I was ready though I felt prepared but still nervous .After I felt relieved I was finished but disappointed I felt like I could\'ve did better I froze during the speech and felt like I didn\'t deliver how I wanted too. I think I felt different because I first I felt ready and after I felt like I wasn\'t as prepared as I thought. I could\'ve improved in the delivery. I know this because I was nervous and I felt mys...

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Comm 100 7am MWF Peer review The speaker didn\'t seem nervous at all. I think this because at the beginning of the speech he came up and put his paper down like he didn\'t need it like he knew what he was going to say At 52 seconds into the speech he kept leaning on the desk with both his hands and after that first time he kept doing it I feel like he should\'ve kept his paper in his hand to prevent this. At around 1 min and 52 seconds he had to look back to look at his paper I feel like this a...

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Journal 4
This week in class we talked about perception so far hall these topics we\'ve tamed about I can relate to I feel like this class is definitely going to help me in the long wrong. Anyways perception it\'s how we see things everybody has their own perception of things one person might see something as ok another might see it as really wrong. After I passed my biology test my perception if things has changed at first I was like there\'s no way imam pass this test but I kept thinking about this cla...

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Donald P. Carey English 1302 October 16 th , 2017 Mankind\'s Relentless Adversary Many people argue that the single, strongest foe mankind faces today are each other. These innate desires to create war and expand our ambitions are deeply rooted in our being. The truth is that despite these destructive primal behaviors, we see a relentless and reoccurring force or "foe" that dwarfs even the most pernicious of issues we face today. These forces are known as "mother nature". An excellent example t...

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Relentless, Dwarf
Trayce Gray
Intro to Stats 11-5-17 Andy Garza Critical Thinking Unit 2 The main purpose of this module is to teach the reader to determi ne whether a correlation exists , and if there is one , how strong the correlation between two variables is. Another purpose of this unit is to teach the reader how to utilize data to make the best possible prediction in response to the variables relationship. The key question at the heart of this module is: How do two given variables correspond t o each other and how can...

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Covariance and correlation, Data analysis, Knowledge, Probability and statistics, Correlation and dependence, Correlation coefficient, Statistics, Correlation does not imply causation, G factor, Pearson correlation coefficient, Scatter plot
The Literary Paper
Your assignment is to analyze and interrogate the class\'s readings from this semester from your own perspective. The purpose of the literary analysis paper is to bring in outside sources to communicate some insight you have about the stories, poems, and plays we\'ve talked about this semester. As with everything we do in class, there is no "right" or "wrong" answer; it\'s just a matter of supporting your claims with evidence and convincing your audience. Your paper should be about 3-5 pa ges a...

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Fiction, Literature, New Criticism, Narratology, Mental illness in fiction, The Yellow Wallpaper, Literary criticism
Workshop Summary #1
Under Pressure and Overwhelmed October 3, 2017 - 1:10-2:25pm This workshop began with us colouring on colouring pages, as it represented giving our minds a break from tasks that required a lot of thinking. Mindless tasks can give our minds the rest it needs to continue on tasks that require much more thought and effort. We then listed different characteristics we associated with anxiety. A few of the things I mentioned were heightened stress over everyday tasks, the inability to concentrate bec...

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Psychiatry, Psychology, RTT, Psychiatric diagnosis, Medical diagnosis, Anxiety disorders, Anxiety, Abnormal psychology, Panic disorder, Panic attack, Mental disorder, Test anxiety
Identity and Calling Reflection
I found it very hard to reflect on what I was passionate about this week, because as a student we get so preoccupied with upcoming midterms, assignments due, meetings to attend, and family to take care of. In my life there is not a lot of time for resting and pondering what I am passionate about, apart from a few times I get each week to myself. As an introvert I need time to recuperate from all of the social interaction during the day, so I make it a rule for myself that I do not do homework o...

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Christianity, Religion, Protestantism, If I Had One Chance to Tell You Something, Mental prayer
Service Project Reflection
My expectations prior to the event were pretty accurate, I was expecting to come paint a fence for a family with little kids, and for it to be pretty chilly. I wouldn\'t say I had "expectations" that had to be met for the trip, because we do this as a class to serve, not to be served. I did have to the hope to have more conversations with the mom about her home life and hopefully get the chance to pray for her, but by the time I had the chance we were already cleaning up and heading out. I woul...

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Luann Ryon
Contemplation Challenge and Reflection
Fasting from social media gave me a lot more time to make meaningful interactions that were in person, and also gave me more time to prioritize studying and time with my family. Social media also tends to bring me down, feeling excluded from hanging out with my other friends who are having a good time. Being removed from that environment helped me put first the people in front of me, and allowed me not to focus on what I was missing out on. It\'s a little bit personal, but I also decided to fas...

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Testament of Pope John Paul II, Arya Aramnejad
Academic Advisor Meeting
When I met with my advisor he shared about his experience in university and in his career, and was open about what he struggled with in his life and also where he found victory. In university, Mr. Neufeldt switched his major 3 times in university, first studying chemistry and physics, but found there weren\'t very many jobs in the field, and so went back to study geology and ran into the same problem. He decided to go back and study education, where he got his masters and stated teaching in hig...

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Thomas Jefferson: Political Compromiser
"Thomas Jefferson: Political Compromiser" Morton Borden AP United States History 10/10/17 Morton Borden, "Thomas Jefferson, Political Compromiser" America\'s Eleven Greatest Presidents ed. 2 nd ed., Chicago: Rand McNally and Company, pp. 174-181 After the Constitution was signed, George Washington\'s leadership helped guide the newly formed United States through the 1790s. When his presidency ended, two factions began to form: the Federalists, led by John Adams and Alexander Hamilton, and the D...

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United States, John Adams, Presidency of Thomas Jefferson, United States presidential election, Thomas Jefferson, Democratic-Republican Party, James Madison, Federalist, Federalist Era, First Party System
The Silence
Federman 8/20/17 The Silence: The actions, or lack thereof, made by the Congress in the 1790s altered history for hundreds of years after the events. The Constitution had been ratified by the former 13 colonies to create a more established federal government than the Articles of Confederation. During the first meetings, two Quaker delegations proposed petitions calling for an end to the African slave trade. This was stunning and considered an embarrassing intrusion, especially by the Southern D...

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Americas, Racism, Slavery in the United States, African diaspora, African slave trade, World history, Abolitionism, Slavery, Atlantic slave trade, Origins of the American Civil War
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l for the Admissions Committee to know as we review your academic history, please take this opportunity to explain. I believe that in our lives we each are faced with trials that are made to shape our character by testing how much one can endure. Unfortunately for me, tragedy hit me earlier than I was expecting. Around the end of tenth grade things were going good, I had a girlfriend for two years, I was making good grades, and I was finally starting accept my track career was going to be cut s...

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Position paper: The Love Song of J.Alfred Prufrock
Position paper: The Love Song of J.Alfred Prufrock and The Wasteland T. S. Eliot - a famous poet and essayist, awarded with the Nobel Prize in Literature, is the author of the two poems mentioned above. They both are great representatives of the Modernist movement. The Love Song of J.Alfred Prufrock is a poem published in 1915, which automatically indicates the period of the WW I. Ezra Pound is the man who actually encouraged the publication of the poem. The work itself is full of references to...

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Literature, Poetry, Chapbooks, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, The Waste Land, T. S. Eliot, Epigraph, Gerontion, To His Coy Mistress
Nightwood as the most unfamous famous work
Nightwood as the most unfamous famous work Nightwood is a modernist novel written by Djuna Barnes and it was published in 1936. The novel is organized into eight chapters and it deals with a number of controversies, such as homosexual relationships between women, as well as transexuality, both of which were a taboo at the time. The story revolves around Robin who was married to Felix and left him right after she gave birth to their son, Guido, just to start a romantic relationship with Nora, wh...

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Literature, Nightwood, LGBT, Djuna Barnes, Robin, Literary modernism
Allyson O'Grady
Allyson O\'Grady Mrs. Huyghe Honors English/Literary Analysis 8 August 2017 Revised Edit of "The Other Wife" Essay One of the main keys in writing a story is character development. It gives a character something more than just a name. In "The Other Wife" by Colette, the story is told in the third person and tells the story of a new wife and her husband running into the ex-wife . Although Marc, the husband, and his ex wife doesn\'t show any character development, the new wife Alice does. In the...

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Bisexual women, Colette, Alice series, Literature, LGBT, Gender
Brainstorming for Cultural Analysis
This novel is set in a few cities in Afghanistan. The book is set from the early 1960s to the e arly 2000s. The book starts in the 1960s when everything was okay in Afghanistan. Once one of the main protagonists grow up, the Afghani War against the Soviets begin. The book ends in the early 2000s just after 9/11. Mariam spends most of her time at home doing chores. At the beginning of her relationship with Rasheed, she would go out a few times with him but after their relationship deteriorated,...

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A Thousand Splendid Suns
Allyson O'Grady
Allyson O\'Grady Mrs. Huyghe Honors English/Cultural Analysis 22 October 2017 Women in the Afghan Culture I magine a world where a woman is the equivalent of a dog. Stay. Sit. Make me dinner. Clean my clothes. Any disobedience results in punishment. This world not only ex i sts , but is a common practice just across the Atlantic in Afghanistan. T he abuse, hardship, and degradation women experience today and throughout history is brought to lif e in A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hossein i....

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Clothing, Purdah, Veils, Afghan clothing, Burqa, Dresses, Gowns, A Thousand Splendid Suns
Allyson O'Grady
Allyson O\'Grady Mrs. Huyghe Honors English/Literary Analysis 8 August 2017 The Other Wife and My Last Duchess In "The Other Wife" by Colette and "My Last Duchess" by Robert Browning, both husbands have overbearing and dark sides to their personality. In "My Last Duchess" the story is told from the perspective of an unnamed Duke who is bidding for the hand of the daughter of an unnamed male who the Duke wishes to marry. In "The Other Wife" by Colette, the story is told in the third person and t...

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My Last Duchess, Duchess, Robert Browning, Divorce, British poetry, Literature, Family
Allyson O'Grady
Allyson O\'Grady Mrs. Huyghe Honors English/Literary Analysis 29 August 2017 Individuality In 2017, we live in a society where individuality is what makes a person unique. They can dress to their own likings, listen to whatever music they enjoy, and in general just do things for themselves. Although modern day society can enjoy this luxury, the hardship and troubles of the lack of individuality are brought to life in " Anthem " by Ayn Rand . The main protagonist, Equality 7-2521, perseveres thr...

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Literature, Fiction, Philosophy, Philosophical novels, Anthem, Individualism, Ayn Rand, Individual, Liberty, Randian hero
MIchael CoppolaBlock 2A
The Effects of AdBlockers on The Internet Advertizing Business Eric Griffith states, "Blocking ads on our site, ... directly impacts the bottom line—and puts our site, our staff, and our future at risk. The same goes for thousands of sites, including big names like The New York Times and Fox News. These large outlets have a huge audience, yet still make a pittance online, so imagine the outcome for a bunch of smaller, online-only venues," Internet advertising has been greatly exhausted by the...

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Software, Online advertising, Marketing, Advertising, Firefox add-ons, Google Chrome extensions, Microsoft Edge extensions, Advertising-free media, Adblock Plus, AdBlock, Ad blocking, Blacklist
Michael Coppola Book Report Animal Farm - George O
Michael Coppola Book Report Animal Farm - George Orwell Pigs; will take over the work someday. Animal Farm by George Orwell, revolves around the idea of communism. The book would be considered to fit within the ranges of roman a clef, satire, and fiction for genres. Whereas roman a clef or roman a cle means in French, a novel with a key or a novel about real life, overlaid with a facade of fiction. Satire is a genre of literature, in which vices, follies, abuses, and shortcomings are held up to...

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Literature, Fiction, British films, Cold War films, Allegory, Animal Farm, Political literature, Napoleon, Boxer, Pilkington, George Orwell, Animals
Michael Coppola P.5DBQ Essay
The Great Depression The Great Depression was an economic crisis placed in the 1920-1930\'s . Although the 1920\'s seemed to thrive with wealth , it was only an illusion. No one faced the true consequences until the 1930\'s where the stock market crashed and fell apart. Franklin Roosevelt and Herbert Hoover worked during their presidencies in the 1930\'s to help put an end to the Great Depression. The stock market crashed and caused the depression, affecting many American\'s challenge to surviv...

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Economy, Great Depression in the United States, Economic history, Great Depression, Systemic risk, Economic bubbles, Structure, World economy, Wall Street Crash, Depression, Unemployment, Herbert Hoover
Michael Coppola
The American Dream The American Dream The American Dream is to Live comfortably and avoid debilitating poverty. Despite the United States containing some of the richest people in the world, The American Dream has been an unachievable goal for most citizens due to our society and the wage gap. The wage gap prevents people from achieving a comfortable life that can be maintained, and achieving the American Dream. In today\'s day and age, we all don\'t get the same choices and opportunities, much...

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Economy, Structure, Distribution of wealth, Economic inequality, Social inequality, Economic globalization, Economic inequality in the United States, Libertarian theory, American Dream, Poverty, Income inequality in the United States, Wealth concentration
Michael Coppola
Civil Disobedience Part 2 Civil disobedience is the refusal to comply with certain laws as a peaceful form of political protest. When civil disobedience is practiced when appropriate, it can be beneficial to the development of our society. Many past instances of civil disobedience resulted in positive changes in the structure of our society. In between marches, sit-ins, and demonstrations, found in texts 1, 3 and 4, they cause a huge increase in awareness that diverts the changes in society to...

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Civil disobedience, Violence, Activism, Protest, Sit-in, Politics, Civil, Examples of civil disobedience
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Mr. Parry English IV 13 November 2017 Fear Fear, on the most personal level, can completely control your life. It paralyzes you from being able to resist nothing more than mental restrain. It prohibits you from being able to truly express yourself in hope you spare yourself embarrassment from peers. In my life there are few physical things that I fear as they seem more as abstract concepts. Many kids my age fear going off to college and being on their own. However, that feeling of being an inde...

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Emotions, Evolutionary psychology, Fear, Draft:Udit Kanojia, Battle of Stone Corral
S. Namuuntulga Tuesday 14.20
S. Namuuntulga Tuesday 14.20 The nose sense of smell and taste The nose is a organ used for breathing and smelling that is found in the center of the face above the mouth. At the end of the nose there is a pair of nostrils, these allow you to breathe in air and exhale it. At the end of the nostrils comes the nasal cavity. Going farther up, the cavities divide into 3 shelf-like bones called nasal concha e or turbinates these warm inhaled air. The outside of the nose consists of a elastic tissue...

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Perception, Nervous system, Anatomy, Sensory systems, Gustatory system, Olfactory system, Qualia, Taste, Umami, Sense, Sensory nervous system, Anosmia
Hva tobakk er og hva rusmidler er
Tobakk   kommer fra tobakksplanten Nicotiana tabacum .  Tobakksprodukter er fremstilt av torkede   tobakksblader ,  i tillegg til en lang rekke tilsetningsstoffer . Tobakksplanten inneholder nikotin og dette er et giftig og sterkt avhengighetsskapende stoff . Det er avhengigheten av nikotin som hovedsakelig gjor at folk  som   royker og snuser syns det er vanskelig a slutte .  Forskning viser at  spesielt unge mennesker raskt kan bli avhengig av nikotin , ogsa hvis de bare  royker av o...

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Benjamin Alire Saenz
Benjamin Alire Saenz kjem fra old Pichao, New Mexico. Han vaks opp pa ein gard ikkje langt unna Mesilla. Han skriv poesi, novelle og barneboker. Han har utdanning innanfor humanisme, filosofi og teologi. Han har jobba som prest, men bestemte seg for a ta meir utdanning. Han tok utdaning innanfor kreativ skriving. Etterpa tok han utdanning innanfor amerikansk litteratur. Nar han var ferdig med utdanninga si skreiv han sin forste bok om poesi. Han blander inn poesi i skjonnlitteraturbokene sine....

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Refleksjon og evaluering av hostens arbeid
Kompetansemal: Mal for opplaringen er at eleven skal kunne kjenne til forutsetninger som ligger til grunn for frivillig arbeid kartlegge behov for frivillig arbeid i lokalmiljoet i samarbeid med relevante aktorer planlegge praktiske tiltak som medforer sosial verdiskaping for valgt malgruppe Praktisk arbeid: Mal for opplaringen er at eleven skal kunne gjennomfore planlagte tiltak folge etiske retningslinjer og tilpasse kommunikasjon og samhandling til valgt malgruppe presentere og vurdere det f...

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Vindenergi
Vind energi er den energien som finna s t i lu fta som er i rorsle. Vinden vil alltid finnast, sa leng e sola ski n. Vindkraft er en fornybar energ ik jeld e som vi har brukt i fleire tusen ar. Vindmylner : Menneska har brukt vindmylne i ca. 4000 ar. Vi brukar vindmylne f o r a fang e vind energi. I Noreg kom vindmylne ne pa 1800-talet, i land med mykje vind som Nederland og Danmark er vindkrafta e i godt utnytta energikjelde. F or a utnytta energikjelda mest mule set man fleir e vindmylner ved...

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GHH 05/27/2017 Mr Jade English class Project of the final Today, we are going to mention about two books that we learned already were Of Mice and Men book of the author John Steinbech and Brave New World book of the author Aldous Huxley. Two of the books both have very good meaning as well as condemn about the brutal regime of each book that make us to mention about them today. Fist thing i want to compare the regime between Of Mice and Men book and Brave New World book. In Of Mice and Men book...

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Fiction, Literature, Arts, English-language films, Brave New World, Genetic engineering in fiction, Social science fiction, Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck, Lenina, Aldous Huxley, Love
Hung dinh
Period 1 05/27/2017 Mr Jade English class Project of the final Today, we are going to mention about two books that we learned already were Of Mice and Men book of the author John Steinbech and Brave New World book of the author Aldous Huxley. Two of the books both have very good meaning as well as condemn about the brutal regime of each book that make us to mention about them today. Fist thing i want to compare the regime between Of Mice and Men book and Brave New World book. In Of Mice and Men...

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Fiction, Literature, Arts, English-language films, Brave New World, Genetic engineering in fiction, Social science fiction, Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck, Lenina, Aldous Huxley, Love
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Period 1 05/27/2017 Mr. Jade English class Project of the final Today, we are going to mention about two books that we learned already were Of Mice and Men book of the author John Steinbeck and Brave New World book of the author Aldous Huxley. Two of the books both have very good meaning as well as condemn about the brutal regime of each book that make us to mention about them today. First thing I want to compare the regime between Of Mice and Men book and Brave New World book. In Of Mice and M...

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Literature, Fiction, Arts, English-language films, Emotions, Love, Brave New World, Genetic engineering in fiction, Social science fiction, Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck, Lenina
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Period 1 05/27/2017 Mr Jade English class Project of the final Today, we are going to mention about two books that we learned already were Of Mice and Men book of the author John Steinbech and Brave New World book of the author Aldous Huxley. Two of the books both have very good meaning as well as condemn about the brutal regime of each book that make us to mention about them today. Fist thing i want to compare the regime between Of Mice and Men book and Brave New World book. In Of Mice and Men...

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Fiction, Literature, Cinema of the United States, English-language films, Of Mice and Men, Salinas Valley, Brave New World, John Steinbeck, Lenina, Aldous Huxley, Huxley, Love
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Period 1 05/27/2017 Mr Jade English class Project of the final Today, we are going to mention about two books that we learned already were Of Mice and Men book of the author John Steinbech and Brave New World book of the author Aldous Huxley. Two of the books both have very good meaning as well as condemn about the brutal regime of each book that make us to mention about them today. Fist thing i want to compare the regime between Of Mice and Men book and Brave New World book. In Of Mice and Men...

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Fiction, Literature, Cinema of the United States, English-language films, Of Mice and Men, Salinas Valley, Brave New World, John Steinbeck, Lenina, Aldous Huxley, Huxley, Love
Favorite Truck
If I had to choose a truck I liked the most, I would definitely pick Chevrolet SIlverado. Chevys are my favourite trucks in general, but no truck is more rugged than the Chevy Silverado. Even though it has all of the roomy features that make SUVs a popular choice for families but they made it into a truck, its design and wheels and overall style make it attractive to the youth as well. The design elements of the Chevrolet Silverado are all made with style in mind. The mirrors are angled and ble...

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Transport, Pickup trucks, Land transport, Automotive industry, Sport utility vehicles, Hybrid electric vehicles, Chevrolet Silverado, Chevrolet, Airbag, Chevrolet Tahoe, Chevrolet Suburban
Per-flection Paper
Per-flection Paper Madeline Barnard Monmouth University September 14,2016 Pre-flection Paper Growing up I was always surrounded by different types of animals, to dogs, cats, and horses. Due to growing up with all these animals, I have had many positive and negative experiences. Being surround with all these animals has only made my love for them grow stronger. My two dogs that I have now are one of the best things that has ever happened to me. It may sound cheesy but they have truly impacted my...

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Apoikozoa, Animal welfare, Cat, Farm cat, Dog meat, Filozoa, Pets
Madeline Barnard
Professor Coffey HS- 102-01 27 September2016 Reign of Terror Short Essay The Reign of Terror started in 1793, Maximilien Robespierre, the leader of the twelve men Committee of Public Safety, was the mastermind of this tragic time period. He was a conservative thinker who put his own personal beliefs before everyone else. This led him to be impatience with others. During his reign, he sentenced 238 men, and 31 women to death, while 5,434 individuals sat in prison awaiting trial. (Text) Eventuall...

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French Revolution, Jacobins, Montagnards, Politics of France, French people, French First Republic, Maximilien Robespierre, Reign of Terror, Committee of Public Safety, Louis Antoine de Saint-Just, Thermidorian Reaction