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Are Black Holes Real?
Don\'t let the name fool you: a black hole is anything but empty space. Rather, it is a great amount of matter packed into a very small area - think of a star ten times more massive than the Sun squeezed into a sphere approximately the diameter of New York City. The result is a gravitational field so strong that nothing, not even light, can escape. In recent years, NASA instruments have painted a new picture of these strange objects that are, to many, the most fascinating objects in space. Alth...

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Black holes, Galaxies, Theory of relativity, Stellar black hole, Supermassive black hole, Intermediate-mass black hole, Chandra X-ray Observatory, Stellar collision, General relativity, Star, Gamma-ray burst, Hypothetical star
BLOOD GLUCOSE CONTROL RESEARCH TASK
Define: Glucose a simple sugar molecule that is used by the mitochondria in cells to undertake cellular respiration, e.g. glucose + oxygen ATP + Carbon dioxide + Water Glycogen the stored molecular substance of glucose in the muscles and liver Glucagon a hormone or protein formed in the pancreas which promotes the release/breakdown of glucose/glycogen in the liver/muscles into the blood i.e. Lift blood glucose levels Describe the role of insulin and glucagon on Blood Glucose Levels (BGC) The hu...

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Diabetes, Insulin resistance, Insulin, Blood sugar, Diabetes mellitus, Glycogen, Hypoglycemia, Glucagon, Hyperglycemia, Glycemic index, Blood sugar regulation, Diabetes management
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Scarlet Letter Hester\'s Devotion The Romantic movement in American literature greatly expanded the love story genre. In Hawthorne\'s novel The Scarlet Letter he writes of adultery in a Puritan village. The story deals with the relationship between Hester Prynne, a young bride awaiting her husband, and Arthur Dimmsdale, an inspired Puritan minister who is beloved by the populace. Do Hester and Dimmsdale truly love each other? Hester does indeed love Dimmsdale, but the love is not returned by th...

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Roger Chillingworth, The Scarlet Letter, Hester Prynne, Hester
Discuss Egyptian creation mythology. What made it distinctly Egyptian?
1 The creation mythologies from ancient Egypt consist of a distinct set of stories. They revile the myths unique qualities when compared with other creation mythologies from different beliefs. The Heliopolitan myth explains the manifestation of the gods as well as heaven and earth.1 This story of creation originated from the observation of the natural world. It also personalised inanimate things, which allow the Egyptians to develop a deeper understanding of their surroundings. 2 The order of Ma...

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Egyptian gods, Egyptian goddesses, Egyptian mythology, Creation myths, Mother goddesses, Ancient Egyptian creation myths, Tefnut, Shu, Nut, Atum, Maat, Geb
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VIETNAM. The Socialist Republic of consists of the former Democratic Republic of (North ) and the former Republic of (South ). The division of the country resulted from the defeat of the French by Communist-inspired nationalists in 1954. A prolonged civil war resulted in a victory for the Communist north, and reunification occurred in mid-1976. Physical Setting has an area of 127,207 square miles (329,465 square kilometers) and is located in Southeast Asia. The country has a coastline of nearly...

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Indochina Wars, Vietnam War, Red River Delta, Cambodian Civil War, Cold War conflicts, Hoa people, Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City, Tonkin, Hanoi, Degar, Outline of Vietnam
Character List
Charles Darnay - A French aristocrat by birth, Darnay chooses to live in England because he cannot bear to be associated with the cruel injustices of the French social system. Darnay displays great virtue in his rejection of the snobbish and cruel values of his uncle, the Marquis Evrémonde. He exhibits an admirable honesty in his decision to reveal to Doctor Manette his true identity as a member of the infamous Evrémonde family. So, too, does he prove his courage in his decision to return to Par...

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English-language films, British films, A Tale of Two Cities, Madame Defarge, Miss Pross, Alexandre Manette, Lucie Manette, The Only Way, Sydney Carton, Jarvis Lorry, Charles Darnay, Jerry Cruncher
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF STRATEGIC ALLIANCES AND JOINT VENTURES
: DISCUSS WITH REFERENCE TO THE AUTO CAR INDUSTRY [pic] STRATEGIC ANALYSIS BY MIMI ASANTE STUDENT ID: 9623260 READING COLLEGE OF ARTS AND DESIGN Discuss the Advantages and Disadvantages of Strategic Alliances and Joint Ventures Strategic alliances are partnerships whereby two or more firms choose to cooperate for their mutual benefit by combining their resources- financial, managerial, and technological as well as their competitive advantages. Alliances are often called cooperative strategies. C...

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Strategic alliance, Types of business entity, Joint venture
Psychology Paper
Peter Gebraiel 50 years from now one day I was really thinking what I am going to be when I hit 65 or 67, and I drew a picture of me in my head and that picture looks like that I will have a long white hair and my body will be full of muscles, my chest muscle will be so big and I will play a lot of sports and go to the gym everyday morning to run and weight lift and am be grandfather for 4 kids and a father for 2 men, and I will have a very big house with huge backyard with a pool and basket bal...

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Gangsta rappers, Draft:Carson Hill, Nelle A. Coley
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P. 5 World Literature 10/1/03 Book Report on The Stranger by Albert Camus The Stranger by Albert Camus is a very compelling book. It makes one think about life and how we live it. The basic story settles on a clerk in an office by the name of Meursault. He lives in Algiers, France with his mother, Maman. She dies in the very beginning of the book. Yet, he seems to have no emotion or remorse after this tragic event takes place. His eventual girlfriend, Marie Cardona, works with him and they becom...

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Absurdist fiction, Literature, Fiction, The Stranger, French people, Meursault, Albert Camus
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Professor Jay English 1302 October 30, 2003 Trifles by Susan Glaspell In this theatrical production, titled Trifles, by Susan Glaspell, Minnie Foster Wright is being accused of murdering her husband, John. In this production, Mrs. Wright is consistently referenced, and although she is not witnessed, she is very recognizable. There are important symbolisms in this play that signifies Mrs. Wright and her existence as it once was and as it currently exists to be. Particularly, to recognize one, the...

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Drama, Trifles, Theatre, Literature, The Outside, Susan Glaspell, A Jury of Her Peers
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5/10/02 GER 259 D. Ostmeier Final Exam The early 20th century produced countless numbers of famous novels, dramas, and films which are still critically studied in many different classrooms around the world today. I will be critically focusing on the two films that were presented in our class this term; Metropolis and Pandora's Box. In addition to these films I will use numerous background texts from this term to further solidify my argument. The empowerment of women, sexuality, class struggles a...

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Expressionist music, Lulu, Operas, Stefan Zweig Collection, Pandora's Box, Metropolis
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US History II Honors Mr. Eastwick 5/6 7 June 2004 4th MP Research Paper Because we live in such a technologically advanced world, it is hard for some people to imagine a time without Internet, cell phones, and television. Communication in today's world is instantaneous, even if the news is coming from all the way around the world. The Internet makes accessing worldwide and national events as easy as clicking a mouse, and cell phones help family and friends keep in touch. But the single most effe...

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Television technology, Counterculture of the 1960s, Vladimir K. Zworykin, Philo Farnsworth, Television, Vietnam War, Vacuum tube, Vietnam, Iconoscope
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The Basic Structure Of An Essay The structure of an essay is very basic, and with a simple outline an essay is very easy to write. There a many different kinds of essay that you can write, but they follow the same simple structure. Every essay consists of a beginning, middle, and an end, and within these parts of the essay are many more important parts. Essays are full of topic sentences, thesis', and supporting sentences. There are many different parts to an essay but they all coincide with one...

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Writing, Topic sentence, Five-paragraph essay, Essay, Paragraph, Thesis, Topic and comment
Journal Exercise 1
Humorous Narrative Caught! After a long day of band practice, my roommate and I called a late night session of meeting with the new girls who had joined our band section, Kandy Kitty Dance Line. They would undergo a process of having group sessions to find out how they like band, how classes are going, and any concerns that they may have. At the night session, there were the new girls, my roommate Rachael, her boyfriend, David, my friend BJ, two other old band members, Kim and Lamar, and myself....

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Grammy Award for Best Rap Album, To Pimp a Butterfly, Stan, Comic strip, T.I.
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English 214 March 31, 2004 Inherit The Wind It would be very hard to imagine that the world would accept any change with ease. That could be any process in which something passes by degrees to a different stage especially a more advanced or mature stage. Some are afraid of dealing with the change, whatever that change may be, and that is why one does not even bother interpreting it, not to say accepting it. Inherit the Wind has all the components of a fantastic movie, one that illustrates that s...

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Scopes Trial, English-language films, United Artists films, Hillsboro, Inherit the Wind, George C. Scott, Jack Lemmon
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Mrs. Unger Honors English 11 20 November 2002 Thomas Paine's "The Crisis" Thomas Paine wrote a series of compelling, informative, and persuasive essays and speeches, but the one that is going to be covered is the ever popular "The Crisis". Paine knew that there was going to be war against Britain due to their decision not to compromise with the colonies, and knowing that the war was going to need the support of all the colonists, he understood that unity was essential and found it necessary to o...

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Age of Enlightenment, American Revolution, Thomas Paine, Pamphlets, Patriot, Persuasive writing, Rhetoric, Loyalist, The American Crisis, The Age of Reason
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To Kill A Mockingbird: analytical essay "We trust him to do right." What role does Atticus play in the lives of his children and in the town of Maycomb? Atticus plays the role of the moral backbone of Maycomb. He is respected by the people of Maycomb as a wise and intelligent lawyer and parent. He plays an important role in the fight for justice in his hometown of Maycomb and in the lives of his beloved children Scout and Jem as he raises them with intelligent advice and teaches them about diffe...

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Characters in Romeo and Juliet, English-language films, To Kill a Mockingbird, Rosaline, Romeo and Juliet, Friar Laurence, Atticus, Juliet, Jem, Conscience
THE YOUNG CARTHAGINIAN
BY: G. A. Henty Preston/Speed Publication, Mill Hall, Pennsylvania, 1997. Presented to: Mrs. Bailey For Ancient Roman Literature By: Jessica L. Penney March 17, 2004 The Young Carthaginian was written by G. A. Henty. Its storyline was set back thousands of years to the Punic Wars between Carthage and Rome. It was about the adventures and conquests of the Carthaginian general Hannibal, and of his cousin, Malchus. The story took place approximately around 220 B.C. The book followed Hannibal and Ma...

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Hannibal, Marching, Ancient Carthage, Punic Wars, Military of Carthage, Second Punic War
Economics Law of Diminishing Returns
Economics (Law of Diminishing Returns) Law of diminishing returns - a law affirming that to continue after a certain level of performance has been reached will result in a decline in effectiveness In 1798 the Reverend Thomas Malthus examined the impact of population growth and reached the somewhat gloomy conclusion that population growth would naturally check itself in the form of famine, wars and disease. He based this view on the idea that populations tended to grew geometrically (assuming cou...

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Production economics, Marginal product, Diminishing returns, Thomas Robert Malthus, Productivity, Labour economics, Malthusian catastrophe, Economics, Factors of production, Production, Classical theory of growth and stagnation, Marginal revenue productivity theory of wages
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Julia Skyban Values.doc January 10, 2004 Microsoft Word 97 What are the values of the Revolution and how are they portrayed? War, whether it takes place in modern times, in ancient Greece or the eighteenth century, embodies specific values of the cultures that take part in them. The Revolutionary War was no different, and considering it's unique status as the struggle out of which this country was founded, in many ways it became the cornerstone of the values that would later pervade American cul...

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Charles Willson Peale, United States, George Washington, Lansdowne portrait, Battle of Trenton, American Revolution, Rembrandt Peale, Battle of Princeton
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T/R 11-12:15 1754 - July 4, 1776 The French and Indian War officially broke out it 1754 as a result of the land disputes involving the Ohio River Valley. This area of the Ohio Valley became of much interest to the British in hopes they might penetrate further to the west. On the other hand, the French needed to hold on to it because it was the place they planned on linking up with their Canadian lands. In 1754, George Washington, was selected by the Governor of Virginia to lead a small group of...

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American Revolution, British East India Company, Governors of Massachusetts, Quartering Acts, Townshend Acts, Boston Tea Party, Samuel Adams, Stamp Act, Sugar Act, Declaratory Act, Colonial history of the United States, Boston Massacre
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Philosophy 1012 11:30 - 12:45 9/12/04 The Allegory of the Cave The Allegory of the Cave, like most things in philosophy that I don't understand, can be interpreted in many different ways. It basically says that people are chained to the wall of a cave and they have nothing to look at but the shadows on the wall. This is all that they know and they have never been out of the cave. What if one of these men's chains were taken off and he was free to leave? Would the man feel pain when he saw the re...

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Platonism, Analogy, Allegory, Allegory of the Cave, Philosophy of education, Republic, Analogy of the sun
Finding its origins in the 1920's Surrealism was a movement within the
Finding its origins in the 1920's, Surrealism was a movement within the arts dedicated to the dreams and the imagination, defying conscious control of reason and all convention. A product of Modernism, Surrealists purposefully centered their works upon the rejection of tradition. They relied heavily on symbols and associations, and were also highly influenced by Freudian theories. Visual artists within Surrealism - for instance, Dalí, Magritte, or Ernst - depicted elaborate dreamscapes including...

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Nightwood, Djuna Barnes, Surrealism, Surreal
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4.17.03 Ms. Koller Although the women of Afghanistan are currently allowed to go to school, the country's new government is not doing enough to help them with their education. The Afghan women are faced with poverty and other difficulties because the previous governing group, the Taliban, viewed them as ignorant and unable to think for themselves. Unlike women in North America, Afghan women have very few opportunities with an education. Without an education, they have little to no chance of succ...

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Islam, Asia, Afghanistan, War in Afghanistan, Islam and women, AfghanistanPakistan relations, Afghan Civil War, Government of Afghanistan, Taliban, Women's rights in Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, Kabul
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Innateness; C.S.-0125 spring 2004 The Innate Language Potential or The Mind Imposes Order on the Chaos Some common ground and the attempt to define innateness. Human beings posses a unique ability to acquire, process and apply the underlying rules that govern language. Language in humans must be innate because the potential for language is innate, and, although this seems so obvious as to be inconsequential, it is crucial to recognize because there is something in us that perceives the environme...

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Ego psychology, Psychology of self, Human, Id, ego and super-ego, Innateness hypothesis
WAR ON IRAQ
Out line: The fall of Soviet Union_No deterrence. The only Super Power. The New World Order. Incident of Nine Eleven (11 September). War on Afghanistan_War against Terrorism. America's paranoia. The role of Muslim governments. The plight of the Muslim World. The role of U.N.O. Essay: Lord Acton, a famous English thinker, once said: "Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely." And America has proved it literally by attacking Iraq; because since the fall of USSR America has bec...

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IraqUnited States relations, Politics of Iraq, Saddam Hussein, Tulfah family, Iraq War, Iraq, Reactions to the execution of Saddam Hussein, Iraqi diaspora
Powerski Jetboard prototype
The featured in Gizmo magazine during 2002 is finally ready to go into mass production. The Jetboard is a combination surfboard/JetSki incorporating a 25 x 43 x 16 cm high, two-stroke, water- cooled, 45hp engine and an axial flow jet pump into a (slightly larger than average) surfboard form-factor to deliver a stand-up ride over flat water at speeds up to 65kmh. Using sophisticated CAD software and new composite production techniques, the original Jetboards featured in Gizmo have been substantia...

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Jetboard, Pump, Two-stroke engine
Market Economics
There are certain items you need to create and have a productive market economy. Things like freedom, knowledge, self-interest, and competition, are what are essential. Throughout this essay I will explain in depth what these items mean and how they affect . Decisions in Economics are based on self-interest. This is the idea of making a decision or doing something so that it works in your favor. In the Market Economy individuals or individual groups use this to determine how much of an item they...

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Anthropology, Market, Economics, Economic theories, Economy, Economic liberalism, Schools of economic thought, Classical liberalism, Economic democracy, Free market
Thursday May 20 2004
Thursday, May 20 2004 M*W*V (My World View) By: Jim Jacob My worldview has been sculpted and polished over the past several months. It is based on seven questions "What is God like?" "What is the nature of the universe?" "What is the essential nature of man?" "What is basis of morality and ethics?" "What is the cause of evil and suffering?" "What happens to man at death?" and "What is the meaning of history?" These questions are the basis of my worldview. First, "What is God like?" Well, there i...

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Christian philosophy, Sin, Religious ethics, Free will, Free will in theology, God, Original sin, Christian views on sin, Christian theology
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Mrs. Jeffers Government 2302. 25th March 2004 The Impact of Globalization on the Caribbean Sugar and Banana Industries. Globalization is the growing integration of economics and societies around the world. The process of Globalization has touched every aspect of Caribbean life including the agricultural sector. Sugar and bananas are two most important foreign exchange earners and sources of employment in several Caribbean countries. These crops share a common history and a common future. They al...

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Cultural geography, Economic geography, Banana production, Globalization, Interculturalism, International trade, Caribbean, Colony of Jamaica, Banana industry, Economy of the Caribbean
ENG4U1- INDEPENDENT STUDY UNIT
Morley Callaghan Submitted by: Carla Marieiro Submitted to: Mr. Connors Submitted on: Monday, January 19th, 2004 Morley Edward Callaghan was born in Toronto, Ontario in 1903, and dies in 1990. He was a novelist, short story writer, playwright, TV and radio personality. Callaghan graduated from both the University of Toronto and Osgoode Law School. In the same year that his first novel, Strange Fugitive, was published, 1928, Callaghan was called to the bar; however his passion for fiction was str...

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Morley Callaghan, O'Callaghan, Ernest Hemingway, Georgina Callaghan
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English 102 Professor Woods Essay 1 Is the Law Always Right? In the United States, the legal drinking age is set at 21. I believe that considering 21 as the legal age of maturity is ridiculous. Who is to say that just because an individual is 21 means that they are mature enough to consume alcohol in a responsible manner? Young adults can take on many adult responsibilities, but they do not have the right to consume alcohol. Many people are in agreement with this legal limit, and some would even...

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Drinking culture, Alcohol abuse, Binge drinking, Legal drinking age, Alcoholic beverage, Drinking in public, Alcohol education
DAILY EVALUATIVE LOG
Student: _Pat Morgan_ |Outcome as |Describe method of meeting outcome criteria |Instructor| |per | |evaluation| |syllabus | | | |II D 5 |BODY IMAGE | | |3/8/04 | | | | |Body image is the way someone perceives their | | | |appearance. This perception can greatly affect that| | | |person's life. A person who has to face change in | | | |their body due to an amputation or facial | | | |disfigurement can feel great deal of stress and | | | |unhappiness. Adjusting to life after surgery for | | | |col...

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Breast surgery, Surgical specialties, Biological engineering, Disability, Neuroprosthetics, Prosthesis, Amputation, Mastectomy, Surgery, Grief, Disfigurement, Body image
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Chemistry 11B 10/19/03 Quantum Numbers and How They Relate to the Structure of the Atom There are four quantum numbers given symbols n, l, m, and s. Every electron has a unique set these four numbers, which are used to describe its electron behavior. The first three quantum numbers give information about the size, shape, and spatial orientation of the electron cloud. The fourth quantum number describes the spin of individual electrons. The first quantum number, n also known as the principal quan...

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Chemistry, Physics, Atomic physics, Quantum mechanics, Quantum numbers, Rotational symmetry, Quantum chemistry, Chemical bonding, Atomic orbital, Spin quantum number, Principal quantum number, Azimuthal quantum number
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Cell is the basic biological unit that satisfies the living conditions. The earlier form of the cells is called prokaryotic, which lacks nucleus and membrane-bound organelle. A cell with nucleus and membrane-bound organelle is called eukaryotic, which leads to the diversity of the life on the earth. Over the time through the evolution of the life, some organisms are unicellular, and the others, multicellular. People often insinuate, including myself, that multicellular organisms are more advance...

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Cell biology, Bacteriology, Developmental biology, Evolutionary biology, Multicellular organism, Unicellular organism, Organelle, Cell, Organism, Eukaryote, Prokaryote, Biology
The Guillotine
The guillotine is an execution device made famous mostly for its use in the French Revolution, which lasted from 1787 to 1799. It was also used in the second French Revolution, from 1830 to 1848. The guillotine consists of two vertical posts with a horizontal beam across the top. The vertical posts have grooves to hold and guide the blade in the middle, which is heavily weighted at the end so that it could fall faster and more forcefully. The guillotine is named after Doctor Joseph-Ignace Guillo...

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Capital punishment, Capital punishment in France, Death, Guillotine, French people, Joseph-Ignace Guillotin, Decapitation, Hanging, Louis XVI of France
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English 102 Mrs. Clark "Embalming" Embalming is defined as the preservation of a body from decay, originally with spices and more recently through arterial injection of embalming fluid. Historically the process is identified with the Egyptians, and the mummification of bodies. In Fact, this complicated and extreme method was abandoned, although in recent centuries, ways of preserving bodies has received considerable attention. Varying levels of success were achieved but probably due to expense,...

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Death customs, Death, Undertaking, Culture, Embalming, Formaldehyde, Mummy, Burial, Funeral director, Funeral, Cremation, Viewing
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Assignment 1 Word Count: 525 "The most important fish in the sea" Describe how Menhaden are fished, and what the catch is later used for. Menhaden are fishes related to the herring family. They are narrow bodied, and can grow up to a foot in length. They swim with their mouths open and act as a filter for the ocean. They travel in very large schools and can be found in the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. Because of their great abundance and exceptionally high protein value, menhaden fishing have becom...

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Clupeidae, Fish, Menhaden, Anthrozoology, Atlantic menhaden, Filter feeder, Herring
Internet Marketing Tactics
by Davey Barton ENGL 1054 NA-BS 1205 Victoria Antonacci Problem - Solution Essay (Final Draft)E6 7 July 2003 Pop Up Banners, which are internet advertisements that pop up on the computer screen when we are surfing the web, are a phenomena that have only recently begun to be widely used by internet marketers to bring attention to their products. There are few people that do not think of these ads as intrusive, and distractive. There have been numerous times when I have been merrily surfing from o...

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Marketing, Information technology management, Internet marketing, Online advertising, Pop-up ad, Digital marketing, Advertising, Ad blocking
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9/22/03 Period 6 "Back In the Day" The story I am going to write about is when I was in preschool. When I was in preschool I would like to do a lot of things that preschoolers like to do. I also used to go with my mom every where she went. Even now I do that, but I didn't really have a choice then like I do now. When I was in preschool I liked sweet potatoes. Every day when it was time for a snack I would always have nice warm sweet potatoes and they were all mushy like baby food. After a couple...

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of Children with ADHD" By Brooke S. G. Molina and William E. Pelham Jr. Summery This journal was about how kids with ADHD are more likely to us drugs and alcohol when they become adolescents. ADHD and ADD are one of the most commonly diagnosed mental health disorders of children. The number of children that have ADHD that do drugs and Alcohol are greater then the children with out ADHD. The Kids with ADHD that live in different parts of the country do different things. For example a child from N...

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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, Childhood psychiatric disorders, Attention, Amphetamine, Educational psychology, Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder controversies, Sluggish cognitive tempo
Stephen Chan May 31 2004
Stephen Chan May 31, 2004 Study Guide for Global History 1) What do you think was the most important/valuable of contribution of scholars and scientist from the Muslim world? Art and Architecture was the most important contribution towards the Muslim world. Architecture allowed the great monuments of the Muslim world to take shape. Art was forbidden because based on the idea, Allah can only create life. Since pictures were prohibited, many artists turned to calligraphy, which is an art of writin...

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Christianization, Middle Ages, Dynasties in Chinese history, Crusades, Invasions, Tang dynasty, Byzantine Empire, Constantinople, Empire, Dome, Post-classical history, Christianity in the 11th century
St Thomas Becket
St. Thomas ? Becket By: Patrick Crowder Thomas Becket, also known as Thomas of London, was born in that city in 1118. He was born to his mother Matilda and his father Gilbert, who was a wealthy Norman merchant. He first began to be educated at Merton Priory in Surrey, then in a City of London school, and finally in Paris. He then became a city clerk and accountant for the sheriffs at age 21. He continued this job for three years when his father introduced him to Archbishop Theobald. He soon join...

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Anglo-Normans, Film, Archbishops of Canterbury, 2nd millennium, English people, Thomas Becket, Becket, Henry II of England, William de Tracy, Becket controversy, Gilbert Foliot
Corn Snake
The corn snake should always have a tight and enclosed cage if not it would be easy for it to escape. You should have a large tank so that the snake can roam and exercise. The tank shouldn't be less than 23 gallons. There should be enough holes so that the snake can get proper air. Corn snakes like to hide so there should be a lot of hiding places for it to go. Make sure that there is not enough room for two snakes to fit in the hiding space because snakes like to be in a tight close area. House...

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Colubrids, Corn snake, Snake, Lamprophis, Garter snake
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2/17/04 Ethics Test #3 Egoism and Utilitarianism Introduction: Egoism and Utilitarianism are moral systems which seek to maximize certain consequences of policy or action. Egoism considers the consequences only for oneself while utilitarianism considers the consequences for people at large. This essay will explore the similarities and differences, and the strengths and weaknesses of these two theories. Egoism: It is difficult to overestimate the pervasiveness of this ethic in our society today....

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Utilitarianism, Philosophy of life, Social philosophy, Normative ethics, Consequentialism, Ethical egoism, Rational egoism, Psychological egoism, Ethics, Altruism, Egoist anarchism, Hedonism
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Psych of Aging Cancer and its Treatments Cancer is a major killer of people all around the globe. We do not have a definite cure, but the amount of research done on this one disease costs on the average of $1.2 billion dollars annually, and $20 billion annually in care of cancer patients. What is Cancer? Cancer is a broad ranging term that is used by many people, including medical professionals such as doctors. Cancer, in its most fatal and aggressive form, is of a larger class of diseases known...

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Medicine, Clinical medicine, Health, RTT, Treatment of cancer, Radiation therapy, Brain tumor, Cancer, Breast cancer, Benign tumor, Chemotherapy, Breast cancer management
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11/25/03 United States' Fight Against AIDS On May 27, 2003, Bush signed a law committing $15 billion dollars to fight AIDS in fourteen of the most afflicted countries with this disease over the next five years ([1]&2). AIDS is a global problem that affects everyone in some way or another. Therefore, everyone benefits when someone fights this problem. The AIDS problem has grown so much that organizations and funds are no longer able to handle this problem by themselves. This has become a global p...

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HIV/AIDS in Africa, HIV/AIDS, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, HIV/AIDS in China, Hong Kong AIDS Foundation
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YOUTH & POPULAR CULTURE FI2010 ""Dick Hebdige argues that style is used within subcultures as a weapon of 'semiotic guerrilla warfare' to challenge and resist dominant culture'. Examine this argument looking at specific examples of subculrtural style." NB: This essay concentrates on fashion style. [pic]In the beginning there was style. Invented by our earliest ancestors some 100,000 years ago, this approach to transforming appearance served to mark out the boundaries of each tribe, to indicate d...

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Subcultures, Fashion, Underground culture, Youth culture, Youth subculture, Adolescence, Punk fashion, Mod, Punk subculture, Dick Hebdige, Punk rock, Popular music
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March 2, 2004 Period 3 ODE POEM Today I am celebrating that drinking is not cool, Last night I maid myself look like a fool. This is how my night began, Thinking I was tight again. I was with all my friends, Doing the normal again, again, and again. I drank, drank, and drank till I maid myself sick, But it was all cool, I knew I was with my click. At last it was time to go. With some help I knew I had to make it to the car, But it just seemed so far. All this night I thought I was cool, Now I on...

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Stress Reduction In Small Businesses
By Omowunmi Folarin Mgt 331 Darlene E. Kembel The author talks about different sources for stress in a small business environment. In the article the author explores these causes of stress and give examples of how these stresses can interrupt the every day function of work. He concludes with solutions on how to employ proactive ways of handling stress, using programs such as Employee Assistance Program (EAP). I agree with his opinion on this topic. I relate to a lot of the components of stress m...

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Stress, Occupational safety and health, Workplace, Management, Psychotherapy, Stress management, Employee assistance program, Adaptive performance, Occupational stress