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Developmental disorderly paper
Misty Carrell Period3 3/1/17 A woman who drinks alcohol while she is pregnant may harm her developing baby. alcohol can pass from the mother\'s blood into the baby\'s blood. It can damage and affect the growth of the baby\'s cells. Brain and spinal cord cells are most likely to have damage that show you have alcohol disorder is that your smaller than your average baby, a smooth ridge between the upper lip and nose, small and wide-set eyes, a very thin upper lip, or other abnormal facial feature...

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RTT, Health, Teratogens, Alcohol and health, Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, Syndromes, Biology, Birth defect
Puerto Rico walks away from commonwealth.
I will not pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands. This must be the words of thousands of Puerto Ricans living in the island today wishing that their small island would once and for all become free from the colonization of the United States. Puerto Rico has been living under U.S. domination for the past 92 years and it\'s considered the last nation in Latin America that is still living in colonization. Puerto Ricans want to be free...

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Americas, Puerto Rico, Spanish Empire, New Spain, Spanish colonization of the Americas, Puerto Ricans, Political status of Puerto Rico, Proposed political status for Puerto Rico
Female circumcision is also known, more accurately
, as female genital mutilation and female genital cutting (FGC.) There are three forms of FGC. The first is a clitoridectomy, the cutting and/or removal of the hood of the clitoris and all or part of the clitoris. The second is an excision which removes the clitoris, the hood, and the labia minor (the inner folds of the vulva that is responsible for producing lubrication.) The infibulation is the third and most radical which also removes everything in the excision along with the labia majora, t...

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Medicine, Clinical medicine, Surgery, Genital modification and mutilation, Mammal female reproductive system, Women's health, Female genital mutilation, Women's rights, Clitoris, Genital cutting, Clitoridectomy, Vulva
Are you hot?
" Are you cold? Are you wearing that? Where\'s your books and your lunch and your homework at? Grab your coat and your gloves and your scarf and hat. Don\'t forget; you got to feed the cat!" (1) Anita Renfroe wrote these catchy words for the song "Momisms", sung to the familiar tune of the William Tell Overture. Her words best describe a typical day of mayhem through the eyes of a mother. Mothers who stay at home know that at times, their lives can be discombobulating. Despite the chaos, stay-at...

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Family, Home economics, Human development, Personal life, Gender, Euthenics, Fatherhood, Housewife, Marriage, Breadwinner model, Father, Care work
In 2000, George Bierson's Marijuana, the Deceptiv
In 2000, George Bierson\'s "Marijuana, the Deceptive Drug", was published by the Massachusetts News. Bierson concludes that marijuana is harmful in many ways, including brain damage, damage to the reproductive system, and weakening of the immune system. He also attempts to convince the reader that marijuana is a "gateway drug" that leads the users to venture into much harder drugs. I believe that research to support anything can be found if one is looking hard enough, but that the fallacy of Bi...

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Health, Medicine, Drug culture, Herbalism, Medicinal plants, Cannabis, Cannabis in the United States, Drug user, Illegal drug trade, Medical cannabis, Decriminalization of non-medical cannabis in the United States, Removal of cannabis from Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act
Single Parent Struggle
For many years, children growing up in a single parent family have been viewed as different. Being raised by only one parent seems impossible to many yet over the decades it has become more prevalent. In today\'s society many children have grown up to become emotionally stable and successful whether they had one or two parents to show them the rocky path that life bestows upon all human beings. The problem lies in the difference of children raised by single parents versus children raised by bot...

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Family, Human development, Human behavior, Parenting, Fatherhood, Single parent, Family structure in the United States, Stepfamily, Grandparent, Parent, Divorce, Father
Assignment 1
2- Price Qd Qs 2 88 34 4 76 40 6 64 46 8 52 52 10 40 58 12 28 64 20320016250500 100 3966273163403862002154100 80DS 60 40 20 28936951085850 2 4 6 8 10 12 5-law of demand: the claim that the quantity demanded of a good falls when the price of the good raises ,other factors remain same. -Assumptions: 1-income level should remain constant. 2-tastes of the buyers should not alter. 3-prices of other goods should remain constant. 4-no new substitutes for the commodity. 5-price rise in future should no...

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Economics, Demand, Economy, Microeconomics, Elasticity, Market, Pricing, Demand curve, Economic equilibrium, Supply, Cross elasticity of demand, Price elasticity of demand
What do we understand by the idea of a ‘politica
l system\'? How are different political systems connected to the traditions of social scientific thought? Illustrate your discussion with reference to at least TWO of the following cases - USA China Introduction: Definition of a political system Talking about the political system of the USA and China Talking about the other traditions of social scientific thought. Paragraph One: About the political system of the USA What is Liberalism? How the government of USA is liberal? What is Marxism? You...

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Political ideologies, Politics, Political philosophy, Thought, Political culture, Social theories, Economic ideologies, Liberalism, Conservatism, Communism
What do we understand by the idea of a ‘politica
l system\'? How are different political systems connected to the traditions of social scientific thought? In this essay, different political systems and their relations with each other will be discussed to show how different countries, specifically the United States of America and China foll ow different political systems and although very similar, also how they are connected to traditions of social scientific thought. To begin with, a political system is a scheme that makes up how the country...

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Politics, Political philosophy, Thought, Political ideologies, Political culture, Social theories, Political terminology, Liberalism, Conservatism, Social liberalism, Government, Classical liberalism
What do we understand by the idea of a ‘politica
l system\'? How are different political systems connected to the traditions of social scientific thought? To begin with, a political system is a scheme that makes up how the country is run mainly between the government, the people and the economy. There are different political systems that governments around the world have adopted like Liberalism, which is the current political system the USA uses and Communism, which China uses. Although, there are other traditions of social scientific thought...

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Politics, Political philosophy, Political ideologies, Thought, Political culture, Social theories, Liberalism, Conservatism, Classical liberalism, Social liberalism, Individualism, Anarchism
Assignment 1
5) Represented by the demand curve on a graph, the law of demand is an important law in microeconomics. The law holds that the price of a product is in correlation to the consumer demand of it; as the price increase, then the demand for that specific product decreases and because of this the demand curve on the graph always shows a downwards slope. However, this only happens if there is no change to the consumer\'s income, taste or preferences, number and also price of substitutes or future pri...

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Economics, Economy, Microeconomics, Demand, Marginal concepts, Market, Demand curve, Monopoly, Supply, Elasticity, Economic surplus, Monopolistic competition
Assignment 1
5) Represented by the demand curve on a graph, the law of demand is an important law in microeconomics. The law holds that the price of a product is in correlation to the consumer demand of it; as the price increase, then the demand for that specific product decreases and because of this the demand curve on the graph always shows a downwards slope. However, this only happens if there is no change to the consumer\'s income, taste or preferences, number and also price of substitutes or future pri...

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Economics, Economy, Microeconomics, Demand, Marginal concepts, Market, Demand curve, Monopoly, Supply, Elasticity, Economic surplus, Monopolistic competition
Leader Analysis Sheet
Name of Leader: Justinian Lifespan: c. 482 AD - November 15th, 565 AD Title: Justinian the Great Country/region: Byzantine Empire Years in Power: 527 AD - 565 AD (38 Years) Political: Many former Byzantium lands were lost due to invasions. The Western half of the empire was broken off. The capital was moved to Constantinople. Contact and trade is basically cut off entirely from Western Europe. Social: The Byzantine Empire followed its own branch of Christianity, Orthodox Christianity. Orthodox...

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1st millennium, Illyrian people, Last of the Romans, Ancient Rome, Flavii, Justinian dynasty, Time, Justinian I, Byzantine Empire, Western Roman Empire, Belisarius, Ostrogoths
Ricky Schiano 9/11/14
Ricky Schiano 9/11/14 Mr. Cullinan Global Hrs Visualizing the Past This map suggests that the Mesopotamian civilization tended to stay near the Tigris and Euphrates River. They stayed there because it provided fertile land for farming, and easy access to the Persian Gulf, granting them trade routes and the ability to travel to other parts of the world. Geography does suggest reasons for invasions and political instability because the Mesopotamians had the only fertile land in the Middle East, t...

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Middle East, Western Asia, Geography of Asia, Levant, Mesopotamia, Civilizations, Tur Abdin, Euphrates, Persian Gulf, Gandhara, Tigris
Conflict Analysis Sheet
Name of Conflict: Black Death Time Period: 14th Century Europe (1346 - 1353) Type of Conflict: Plague/Disease Country/region: Europe and Central Asia End Result: Large Population Loss (30-60%); Issues with faith Underlying Causes The disease originated in Asia. It is a bacterium that lives in the blood of rats. Those rats were on the trading ships that were travelling to Europe. The disease was transferred via infected flees that were carrying the rats blood. Those flees bit humans and, since i...

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Health, Medicine, Second plague pandemic, Epidemiology, Black Death, RTT, Epidemics, The Plague, Rat, Plague, Disease, Infection
Ricky Schiano 9/9/14
Ricky Schiano 9/9/14 Mrs. C. Kenny Honors Biology Climate Change Disrupts North America Bird Species FELICITY BARRINGER On Monday September 8 th , four students from the National Audubon Society discovered that climate change in North America could eventually drive certain species of birds to extinction. The students documented that around the year 2050 , 21.4% of bird sp ecies will lose more than half of their current population, and by 2080 an additional 32% of birds will be in the same situa...

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National Audubon Society, Bird, Magpie duck, Apoikozoa, Filozoa, Zoology
Leader Analysis Sheet
Name of Leader: Charlemagne Lifespan: 743 AD - 814 AD (71 Years Old) Title: Holy Roman Emperor; King of the Lombards Country/region: Roman Empire; Present-day France Years in Power: October 9th ,768 - January 28th 814 (14 Years) Political, social, and economic conditions prior to leader gaining power: -The main systems of government were manorialism and feudalism. Although both were popular, they were very harsh on the peasants and middle-class. -The Catholic Church provided the only solid exam...

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Europe, 1st millennium, Royal titles, Political philosophy, Kingdom of Italy, Medieval Switzerland, Bibliophiles, Charlemagne, Holy Roman Empire, Roman emperor, Francia, Monarchy
Vocabulary Words and Notes for the Cumulative Test
Vocabulary Words and Notes for the Cumulative Test (The cumulative test will be given during regular class time. It counts as one test grade for the 4 th Quarter.) 50 of the following words will be on your cumulative test. 1. Canon - the different books found in the Bible and accepted as inspired works 2. Deuterocanonical - means "second canon;" the books that are found in the Catholic bible but not in the Hebrew Bible. 3. Tradition - the living transmission of t he Church\'s Gospel message fou...

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Christianity, Book of Genesis, Religion, Biblical patriarchs, Prophets of Islam, Vayeira, Abraham, Eastern Orthodox theology, Sacred tradition, Magisterium, Bible, Isaac
Conflict Analysis Sheet
Name of Conflict: Crusades Time Period: 1096 - 1270 Type of Conflict: Religious Conflicts; Series of Wars Country/region: Holy Land; Centered around the city of Jerusalem End Result: After years of constant fighting the Muslims came out victorious and owners of Jerusalem. Underlying Causes The Crusades were a series of wars between Christians and Muslims, which centered on controlling the City of Jerusalem and its surrounding areas. Jerusalem had a holy significance to the Christians. It was th...

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2nd millennium, Crusades, First Crusade, Second Crusade, Third Crusade, Fourth Crusade, Jerusalem, Saladin, Historiography of the Crusades, Military history of the Crusader states
RITI DI PASSAGGIO E IL GRUPPO DEI PARI
RITI DI PASSAGGIO E IL GRUPPO DEI PARI Il grande protagonista dei riti d\'inizio dell\'adolescenza e il gruppo dei pari. - Distinguersi dai genitori La famiglia, pur cosi importante, non e il tutto del vita, e necessario imparare ad avere relazioni diverse da quelli che s\'instaurano con i genitori. Presto i figli iniziano a porsi il problema non solo di comportarsi bene con papa e mamma ma anche, di essere accettati fuori della propria famiglia, di appartenere ad una comunita piu ampia di quel...

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REUNION guns n' roses: tour 2016
REUNION guns n\' roses: tour 2016 Grande successo per l\' inizio del tour 201 6, che pero non prevede tutti i membri originali Compenso per ogni concerto: addirittura 3 milioni di dollari 1987: esce il loro primo disco Appetite For Destruction , un successo planetario che per tutti gli anni Novanta li ha fatti diventare la piu grande rock band del mondo, suonando centinaia di concerti, vendendo decine di milioni di dischi che li fecero restare per molto tempo in vetta alle classifiche. E\' stat...

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La musica e senza alcun dubbio uno strumento indis
pensabile di cui l\'uomo non puo fare a meno, a prescindere dai gusti personali. Oggi, con tutte le sue diversificazioni, e infatti presente ovunque: radio, televisione e internet diffondono musica in continuazione, basta pensare che grazie alla globalizzazione e ai siti specializzati come iTunes e possibile essere sempre aggiornati sulle ultimissime canzoni uscite, testimoniando un\'esigenza praticamente sempre esistita. Per esempio nella preistoria era considerata un\'espressione del mondo sp...

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La musica ha diverse funzioni: intrattiene, ci fa
divertire, ballare e ci tiene insieme. Quindi la musica puo trasformarsi in aggregazione, momento di festa e di socialita. Ma puo essere anche ascoltata in solitudine. La ascoltiamo siamo soli, per rilassarci, per distrarci e staccare la spina dalla monotonia quotidiana. La musica un effetto terapeutico, e una sorta di medicina che ci aiuta a sentirci piu leggeri e a scaricare le nostre emozioni. Quando ci sentiamo tristi, stressati o stanchi ascoltiamo una canzone e ci sentiamo meglio.  Quand...

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La musica e sempre stata importante nella storia u
mana, perfino nella preistoria l\'uomo delle caverne era solito suonare degli strumenti, questo perche, a mio parere la musica e necessaria all\'uomo per esprimere le sue sensazioni, emozioni e sentimenti, e come una sorta di tela sulla quale l\'autore ritrae il suo stato d\'animo. Ascoltare musica e come un bisogno fisiologico, come il dover bere o mangiare, tutti ascoltano musica, nessuna esclusione, certo ognuno ha i suoi gusti ed i suoi generi di riferimento, ma tutti sono affascinati da qu...

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ABELARDO ED ELOISA
La storia La storia di Abelardo e Eloisa ha inizio nel 1116  a Parigi, quando lo zio di Eloisa, il canonico Fulberto, che aveva a cuore l\'istruzione dell\' adolescente che gli era stata affidata, decide di mandarla alla scuola sul colle di Sainte Genevieve, fondata dal bretone Pietro Abelardo. Quest\'ultimo e maestro di logica, filosofo e teologo (sembra sia stato il primo ad usare il termine "teologia"), nonche uno dei piu illustri studiosi della sua epoca. Nel pieno della fama e del succes...

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One of my favorite things to do when traveling in
a new city is to visit the museums. I have never been to a city that did not offer the usual museum fare, usually in the form of the "Anytown Art Museum", or the "Anytown Museum of Natural History". While these types of museums house some incredible artifacts, and I do visit them often, I also like to seek out museums of a more unusual sort. Museums are mostly the same just about everywhere you go, both in the United States and Europe. They offer the visitor a glimpse into the past culture of a...

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Entertainment, Play, Types of museum, Culture, Personal life, Liberace Museum, Liberace, Pez, Toy, Museum, Barbie, Puppet
王主恩
5142059026 媒体与设计学院 基因与人 Sex and Gender When most of us think about differences between men and women (or boys and girls) we tend to think first about the biology involved. The physical shape of our bodies genitalia mostly, but also the relative breadth of hips and shoulders, the presence or absence of a uterus and the potential to sustain a pregnancy helps us sort humans into male and female. Simple as pie. Which is good because sorting people by sex is something that is v...

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Gender, Biology, Identity, Sexual orientation, Social constructionism, Interpersonal relationships, Sociology of gender, Homosexuality, Sex and gender distinction, Heterosexuality, Masculinity, Social construction of gender
Forskjellen pa Indre og ytre krefter
Ytre krefter: et samlebegrep for de nedbrytende kreftene som virker pa jordoverflaten Indre krefter: samlebegrep for oppbyggende, med opphav inne i jorda. H va forvitring er og hva som menes med kjemisk og mekanisk forvitring Forvitring er oppsmuldring av bergart Mekanisk forvitring sprenger los deler av berggrunnene. Frostforvitring er den vanligste formen i vart klima. Frostforvitring ( frostsprenging ) skjer nar vann fryser i sprekker og hulrom i berget. Sprengkraften har a gjore med at vann...

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Have you ever asked yourself why everyone speaks E
nglish? How import i Almost half of the population in the worl d uses English as first, second or foreign language . USA, UK, Australia, Canada and many other countries uses English as their official language . English is key in communications, business, entertainment , music, movies, advertising, sports and on the media . The reason we learn English on school is because it is the world\'s lingua franca, the language we u se when we communicate to people who don\'t use English as their official...

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Culture, Interlinguistics, Languages, Cultural globalization, English languages, Lingua franca, World language, Second language, Varieties of English, Official language
Australia, officially the Commonwealth of Australi
a, is a country in the Southern Hemisphere (half of the Earth) comprising the mainland of the Australian continent (the world\'s smallest), the island of Tasmania, and numerous smaller islands in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Neighbouring countries include Indonesia, East Timor, and Papua New Guinea to the north, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, and New Caledonia to the northeast, and New Zealand to the southeast. Australia has six states—New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania,...

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States and territories of Australia, Geography of Australia, Geography, Demographics of Australia, Oceania, Subdivisions of Australia, Australia, Queensland, Perth, Melbourne, Tasmania, Outline of Australia
10/10 14:47:54.943 (2b98) StarBurn Development
10/10 14:47:54.943 (2b98) StarBurn Development Kit for Windows Version V15.4 \'Patriot\' ( 0x20150306 ) Copyright (c) Rocket Division Software 2001-2016. All rights reserved. Copyright (c) StarBurn Software 2009-2016. All rights reserved. Started - Mon Oct 10 14:47:54 2016 . 10/10 14:47:55.126 (2b98) License number: 7651, licensed to Desmond_Wondershare_Software_Co.,_Ltd._-SDK_PRO_15.4_StarBurnSDK_v15_License_Key on Fri Jun 12 13:21:47 2015 Please report all licensing violations to [email protected]

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Data, Intellectual property law, Copyright infringement, File sharing, Organized crime, Tort law, Copyright, Computing, Information
Cihangir Keseli
Assoc. Prof. Mustafa Zeki Cıraklı Comparative Literature 02 January 2018 The H umour E lements in "The Time Regulation Institute" by Ahmet Hamdi TANPINAR Abstract The paper takes in to the hand the Time Regulations Institute in a humorous way. I have decided to do this study, because when you read the Time Regulations Institute for the first time you cannot just notice the humor, but when you read it for the second time you can realize the ironic humor in the novel. The text starts with a sho...

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The Time Regulation Institute, Halit, Ahmet Hamdi Tanpnar, Hayri, Literature, Turkish literature, Fiction
Textbooks and books are here to stay
Publishing for the K-12 school market is an $8 billion industry, with three companies - McGraw-Hill, Pearson, and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - capturing about 85% of this market. Tablets are a $72 billion industry with 42% of US adults owning a tablet. As tablets have become more prevalent, a new debate has formed over whether K-12 school districts should switch from print textbooks to digital textbooks on tablets. Although it is true and inevitable that Tablets help students better prepare for...

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Education, Technology, E-books, Publishing, Textbooks, Book formats, Personal computing, Tablet computer, Digital textbook, Educational technology, E-reader, DataWind
Comparing and contrasting colleges and technical s
chools Most people who have ever been asked in highschool is "What are you gonna do after you graduate?" Some people want to go to college while others may not simply have an answer, few might say they want to enroll in a technical school in pursuit of a career, however is college similar to technical school or perhaps there is more that meets the eye. Like how do they handle education?, what are your choices for career paths?, what does tuition cost?, and more. College\'s and Technicals school...

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Education, Vocational education, College, Higher education, Youth, Vocational school, Vocational education in the United States, Community colleges in the United States
Textbooks and books are here to stay
Publishing for the K-12 school market is an $8 billion industry, with three companies - McGraw-Hill, Pearson, and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - capturing about 85% of this market. Tablets are a $72 billion industry with 42% of US adults owning a tablet. As tablets have become more prevalent, a new debate has formed over whether K-12 school districts should switch from print textbooks to digital textbooks on tablets. Although it is true and inevitable that Tablets help students better prepare for...

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Education, Technology, E-books, Publishing, Textbooks, Book formats, Personal computing, Tablet computer, Digital textbook, Educational technology, E-reader, DataWind
Aayushree Pradhan
Mr. Saunders English 3 10 April 2017 "The Great Gatsby" and the "American Dream" The "American Dream", despite being a word coined in 1931, even before the publication of "The Great Gatsby", has always been a part of what defines America. America is built upon the promise and hope of freedom, equality, and opportunity. It is supposed to be a land where dreams come true - a fairytale of some sort. This is something that America has always taken pride in. This American Dream has been talked about...

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The Great Gatsby, Film, Cinema of the United States, Fiction, Gatsby, Daisy Buchanan, Nick Carraway
Aayushree Pradhan
03/10/2017 Conflict between morals and passion in Ethan Frome Everybody in this world is born with certain moral ethics instilled in them. They\'re taught what is wrong and what is right by their family as well as the society. But there is something else inside people that morals cannot suppress no matter what: passions and desires. Just as one\'s moral duties are predetermined from birth, it is human nature to want to follow our desires and live a happy life. In Ethan Frome, by Edith Wharton,...

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English-language films, Ethan Frome, Cinema of the United States, Literature, Film, Ethan Lovett
Aayushree Pradhan
English 3 26 May 2017 Friendship, rivalry, - or more? There are a lot of themes in John Knowles novel, A Separate Peace, but one of the most important and significant themes is friendship. A friend is a person whom one knows and with whom one has a bond of mutual affection. A Separate Peace examines conflicts between two once close friends - Gene Forrester and Phineas. Gene is really good at studies while Finny is really good at athletics. They are close friends at the beginning of the story, b...

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Phillips Exeter Academy, A Separate Peace, Literature, Fiction, American literature, Royal Ranch
English 2 Research Project (Final paper)
Aayushree Pradhan Block 3 _ The Armenian Genocide What does one think when he/she hears the word "genocide"? Bloody massacres. Men getting beheaded and tortured. Exhausting, forced marches. Destruction. These are the words and images that flood my mind when I think of these horrible crimes done against humanity. While these sentiments all depend on perspective, the word genocide can factually be defined in a few sentences. Originated in 1944, the word "genocide" refers to violent crimes committ...

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Armenian Genocide, Anti-Armenianism, Persecution of Christians, ArmeniaTurkey relations, Genocides, Armenian Genocide recognition, Genocides in history, Raphael Lemkin, Genocide, Armenians, Armenian Genocide denial, Kurdish recognition of the Armenian Genocide
Allegory
An allegory can be defined as work of written, oral, or visual expression that uses symbolic figures, objects, and actions to convey truths or generalizations about human conduct or experience. Characters often personify abstract concepts or types, and the action of the narrative usually has a deeper meaning. The ballad "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" is an allegory because the Albatross in the ballad is a symbolic figure. The Albatross is God\'s messenger. The Mariner shot the Albatross beca...

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Literature, Culture, Arts, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Folklore, The Ancient Mariner, Albatross, Sublime, Ballad, Rime, Romanticism
Allegory
Allegory can be defined as work of written, oral, or visual expression that uses symbolic figures, objects, and actions to convey truths or generalizations about human conduct or experience. Characters often personify abstract concepts or types, and the action of the narrative usually has a deeper meaning. The ballad the Rime of the Ancient Mariner is an allegory because the Albatross in the ballad is a symbolic figure. The Albatross is a messenger of God. The Mariner shot the Albatross because...

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Literature, Culture, Arts, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Romanticism, Folklore, The Ancient Mariner, Albatross, Sublime, Rime, Ballad
Moral of the story
Character transformation Punishment Fair or not The first moral of the story is the everything happens with a reason, God is always with you. There is a point of everything, everything has values. T There is failure, postictal or unhappy moment, they can make you grow and to be better. Accept it, don\'t fight it or blame others. He liminal space is not only a punishment, it also makes you wiser. You will never be alone, God, your parents and your friend are always with you like in the story "fo...

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Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Culture, Albatross, Liminality, Anthropology, Humanities, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
SEC V English Final Essay Assignment
SEC V English Final Essay Assignment Culminating Essay on " The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" and The Old Man and the Sea Your task in this final assignment for the term is to compose a thoughtful 5 paragraph persuasive essay in response to ONE of the following themes from either "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" OR The Old Man and the Sea: 1) Guilt and Responsibility in "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" In Samuel Taylor Coleridge\'s ballad, we are faced with a character who decides to commit an...

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Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Literature, Culture, Film, Writing, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Rime, Essay, The Old Man and the Sea, Albatross
I am grateful to say I have lived in Shelley my en
tire life. I am proud of my heritage and ancestors that have helped settle this great community and make it what it is today. My husband Brett and I decided to raise our four beautiful children here in Shelley because we love our beautiful, quaint and vibrant community. Shelley has its unique combination of welcoming citizens, stunning surroundings, great schools, and small-town charm. This is my first re-election bid. F our short years ago, I stated I was not a politician. I again proclaim I a...

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Romanticism, United States presidential inaugurations, Mary Shelley
Good Moring brother and sisters,
Good Moring brother and sisters, I was asked by Brother Larkin to speak on the 13 th article of faith . I found a talk from the October 2013 general conference by Ann m. Dibb. The thirteenth article of faith is a guide for righteous . Imagine for a moment what our world would be like if everyone chose to live by the teachings found in the thirteenth article of faith: "We believe in being honest, true, chaste, benevolent, virtuous, and in doing good to all men; indeed, we may say that we follow...

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Conscience, Personality, Philosophy of mind, Honesty, Philosophy, Ethics, Metaphysics
Math in your feet?!
3984625571500 When most people think of geometry , they think of triangle s, circles, or other flat shapes . But after spending just a little time in a   Math in Your Feet   workshop , they may very well start picturing geometry as the angle of a step, the arc of a leap, or t he symmetry of arms spread wide . They can also create patterns with their movements — loud ones, if tap shoes are involved. But could tying math to something more dynamic and three-dimensional, like dance , help conte...

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Geometry, Elementary geometry, Mathematics, Elementary mathematics, Symmetry, Morphology, Shape, Structure, Reflection symmetry, Triangle geometry
Natural High
I\'m very grateful for this opportunity to go to San Diego, California to perform a few dances in the Gala! Natural High puts on a gala every year intended for donations for the organization. "Natural High is an organization to help inspire and empower teens to find their passions in life, also known as their natural high. Following this statement, their passion will help them develop courage to say no to drugs and live life well." Since I\'m a youth ambassador of Natural High, I have unquestio...

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Series, Emotions, Passion, Television in the United States
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Introduction to the Qur\'an Professor Spevack 17 November 2017 The Ideologies of the Muslim Brotherhood Islamism, or Islamic fundamentalism, is the use of social and political activism advocating that public and political life should be guided by Islamic principles. Islamism\'s foundation is the full implementation of Shar\'ia (Islamic) law into every aspect of a society. The Muslim Brotherhood is a transnational Islamic organization that invented and embodied the concept of Islamism since 1928...

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Islam, Religion, Islamism, Islam and politics, Egyptian coup d'tat, Egyptian revolution, Political ideologies, Muslim Brotherhood, Sayyid Qutb, Islamic fundamentalism, Islamic extremism, Hassan al-Banna
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Professor Spevack Introduction to Quran 17 December 2017 Final Exam: The Story of Mary (Maryam) The Issues that Pertain to Mary: The Quran dictates clear rules and Fiqh (law) concerning social issues, which influence the formation of social norms and principles that believers abide by (Dakake, 1785). Islamic rulings or expectations, known as Islam, are included in the three dimensions of Islam, which believers are expected to follow. The family is the foundation of Islamic society, and marriage...

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