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Laying Charges: Crown Counsel and Defence Counsel Dylan Brown CRIM 230 C100 October 26, 2014 Question 1 In the case of Alfred and Emily, because they are the legal guardians of Job, they are legally required under section 21 5 (1) of the Criminal Code to provide the necessities of life that are essen tial to the preservation of their y oung son. By refusing to administer doctor prescribed daily insulin injections ( actus reu s ) , of which they were made well aware were vital to the preservatio...

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Law, Criminal law, Elements of crime, Forensic psychology, Tort law, Mens rea, Mental health law, Intention, Criminal negligence, Causation, Element, Negligence
Historical Inter pretation - Christopher Columbus
Historical Inter pretation - Christopher Columbus NAME :_ _ What is your interpretation of Christopher Columbus? How did Interpretation #1 portray Christopher Columbus? How did Interpretation #2 portray Christopher Columbus? How did Interpretation #3 portray Christopher Columbus? Why are the viewpoints so different? Explain. How have these readings influenced your opinion of Christopher Columbus? Did you learn anything new? Explain your answer. Differing Viewpoints: Historical Interpretations o...

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Americas, Christopher Columbus, 2nd millennium, Apocalypticists, Western Hemisphere, Columbus, Washington Irving, Naming of the Americas, Christopher Columbus in fiction, Origin theories of Christopher Columbus
Honey Bees and Their 7 Wondrous Products (#7 is Pr
etty Unheard of) I believe that many of these honey bees products isted here are probably what you have already encountered on the shelves at one point or another during your shopping trips, but you may never really know what they are and what benefits they offer, or perhaps you may have never really stopped to take a second look at them. These seven very common products from the honey bees and their amazing benefits will make you realise (as they have done to me) how indebted we humans are to...

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Are people content with the jobs they have? Do the
y always sing songs while they work? In the poems "I Hear America Singing" by Walt Whitman and "I, Too, Sing America" by Langston Hughes the poets share with the reader different points of views with their poems. Both poems of view affect a reader\'s perception of life in America. In the poem "I, Hear America Singing" the poet explains that the United States is a high spirited place. In this created space everything is perfect .Walt Whitman states; "Each singing what belongs to him or her and t...

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Literature, American literature, Jazz poetry, Harlem Renaissance, Langston Hughes, Omega Psi Phi, Walt Whitman, I, Too, The Poet, Leaves of Grass, Songfest: A Cycle of American Poems for Six Singers and Orchestra
Running head: MUSIC AND ACADENIC PERFORMANCE
Running head: MUSIC AND ACADENIC PERFORMANCE The Effects of Various Studying on the Academic Performance among College S tudents Faryal Aslam Psychology 311 John Jay College of Criminal Justice May 2017 Abstract For relaxation listening to music is a very common among students to reduce the effects of anxiety or stress while dealing with difficult academic tasks (Cockerton, Moore, & Norman, 1997) . Some researchers and their studies supporting this technique that background music promotes c...

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Psychology, Neuroscience, Personality, Intelligence, Psychometrics, Carl Jung, Extraversion and introversion, Personality type, G factor, Intelligence quotient, Distraction, Cognition
Name: Faryal Aslam
Name: Faryal Aslam Class: PSY 242 Prof: Dr. Mindi Wapner Bipolar Disorder Bipolar disorder is a brain disorder and also known as manic-depressive illness . Bipolar disorder usually lasts a lifetime. It causes unusual shifts in everyday work activities, mood and the ability to perform daily tasks. B ipolar disorder symptoms are very severe. This disorder has extreme and intense states that occur in distinct periods called mood episodes. They differ from normal ups and downs in mood that occur in...

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Psychiatry, Abnormal psychology, Psychiatric diagnosis, Depression, Psychology, Mood disorders, Bipolar disorder, Bipolar spectrum, Bipolar I disorder, Bipolar II disorder, Hypomania, Mania
Name: Faryal Aslam
Name: Faryal Aslam Class: PSY 242 Prof: Dr. Mindi Wapner Date: 10/3/15 The war of the Roses Briefly describe the change in the personalit ies of Mr. & Mrs. Rose over time. Oliver rose was a Harvard law school student and met Barber at an auction. They became friends and spend one night together in a hotel. Eventually they fell in love with each other and got married. By the time passed Roses became richer, Barber found an old mansion bought it and turned it to a beautiful house. Barber who...

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Oliver the chimpanzee
Name: Faryal Aslam
Name: Faryal Aslam Prof: Dr. Mindi Wapner Depression Disorder Reason for referrals : People in emotional distress are often evaluated and treated initially by primary general physicians. However, a more complete diagnostic evaluation by a psychiatrist may be warranted in severe depression, anxiety or seriously disturbed thinking and behavior. "Emily" was referred to me by the psychiatry department because of her ongoing concerns about her comments to staff and to understand why she is acting li...

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Psychiatry, Psychiatric diagnosis, Psychology, Mood disorders, Depression, Neuroscience, Abnormal psychology, RTT, Major depressive disorder, Psychosis, Depressive
Name: Faryal Aslam
Name: Faryal Aslam Class: PSY 242 Prof: Dr. Mindi Wapner Date: 12/22/15 Final Exam 1. Susie is depressed and anxious. At the urging of the counselor, Susie was able to commit to a brief course of counseling (5 sessions). What DBT and/or CBT concepts would you cover/use? Dialectical behavior therapy or DBT was originally developed to treat people with borderline personality disorder, especially chronically suicidal. Mental health experts are now finding that DBT skills training can be used in ou...

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Psychology, Psychiatry, Borderline personality disorder, Mindfulness, Mental health, Cognitive therapy, Psychotherapy, Abnormal psychology, Dialectical behavior therapy, Therapy interfering behavior, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Major depressive disorder
In Cold Blood
Faryal ASlam John Jay College of Criminal Justice The City University of New York Professor Kostas A. Katsavdakis, PhD, ABPP Date: 5/19/17 In Cold Blood is a famous novel written by Truman Capote that informed the readers about actual murder of the Clutter family. The Clutter family introduced on November 15, 1959, in a small farming community of Holcomb, Kansas and the day they were murdered, through the eyewitness accounts of friends and neighbors who spent time with them before the Clutters...

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English-language films, Cinema of the United States, Film, Literature, Richard Hickock, In Cold Blood, Perry Edward Smith, Holcomb, Kansas, Truman Capote, Capote, Non-fiction novel, Hot prowl burglary
Name: Faryal Aslam
Name: Faryal Aslam Prof: Richard Perez Class: LLS 364 /01 Date: 5/26/17 Across a Hundred Mountains Across a Hundred Mountains is a beautiful novel, which is also deceptively light and easy to read. The structure of the novel is very interesting; the book is divided in the chapter which tells us the two different stories of Juana and Adelina. Mexican immigration in the United States is a very controversial issue of our time. This novel deals with tragedy, despair and unimaginable hardship. The n...

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Antioch University, Iguala, Reyna Grande
RESEARCH BACKGROUND
( Provide the topic background including the current state of affairs in the field and the significance of the proposed initiative to Abu Dhabi and the UAE. The background should engage reader with broad themes and topics; illustrate the research concepts, questions and theory; demonstrate experience, knowledge and passion; and must be precise and measured ) Due to globalization it\'s become priority and important to manage workplace diversity in any firm in the UAE. Migrate rates in the UAE on...

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Cultural studies, Multiculturalism, Structure, Culture, Workplace, Cultural geography, Human resource management, Discrimination, Diversity, Cultural diversity, Globalization, Diversity training
THE ITC VISION »
Sustain ITC\'s position as one of India\'s most valuable corporations through world class performance, creating growing value for the Indian economy and the Company\'s stakeholders THE ITC MISSION » To enhance the wealth generating capability of the enterprise in a globalising environment, delivering superior and sustainable stakeholder value Core Values   ITC\'s Core Values are aimed at developing a customer-focused, high-performance organisation which creates value for all its stakeholders:...

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BSE SENSEX, CNX Nifty, Economy of Kolkata, ITC, Sustainability reporting, Economy of India, Economy, Sustainability metrics and indices, Business
As a professional accountant, it must keep the rig
ht of confidentially, which an accountant in public practice shall not disclose any confidential client information without the permission of the client. The client has the right to have access to those information which related to the client and permission to transfer the information to another accountant or any third parties. However, the right of confidentially is also applied by the auditor when fraud is found during an audit. Usually, the behavior of disclose the fraud to parties other tha...

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Auditing, Economy, Business, Corporate governance, Corporate law, Audit, Accountant, Legal professional privilege
SCENARIO PLANNING: A TOOL FOR STRATEGIC THINKING
- Paul J. H. Shoemaker (READING 4) Among the many tools the manager can use for strategic planning, scenario planning stands out for its ability to capture the whole range of possibilities in rich detail. By identifying basic trend uncertainties, a manager can construct a series of scenarios that will help to compensate for the usual error in decision making- overconfidence and tunnel vision. Through case studies of inter-public, an international advertising agency and Anglo-American Corporatio...

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Systems engineering, Systems thinking, Systems theory, Management, Military strategy, Scenario planning, Neuropsychology, Economy, Planning, Transition scenario
Olivia Bracci ENG3U1 26 October 2016 The Reoccurre
Olivia Bracci ENG3U1 26 October 2016 The Reoccurrence of Irony in Lord of the Flies Irony, the expression of meaning by using language that normally signifies the opposite, typically for humorous or emphatic effect. Irony is something that is common in many past and present works of literature, one example being Lord of the Flies by William Golding. This novel takes place on a deserted island with a group of boys ranging in ages from three to twelve years old. They unsuccessfully attempt to uph...

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Fiction, Literature, Arts, English-language films, Allegory, Lord of the Flies, Irony, William Golding, Ironic
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Jane Eyre00 Jane Eyre Charlotte Bronte Chapter 26 Summary Sophie helps Jane dress for the wedding, and Rochester and Jane walk to the church. Jane notes a pair of strangers reading the headstones in the churchyard cemetery. When Jane and Rochester enter the church, the two strangers are also present. When the priest asks if anyone objects to the ceremony, one of the strangers answers: "The marriage cannot go on: I declare the existence of an impediment." Rochester attempts to proceed with the c...

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English-language films, Literature, Fiction, Film, Jane Eyre, British films, Bertha Mason, Spanish Town, Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Jane, Adaptations of Jane Eyre, Wide Sargasso Sea
Rational Choice & Psychopathy: A Theoretical C
Rational Choice & Psychopathy: A Theoretical Comparison Dylan Brown CRIM 300w C100 October 11, 2015 Introduction Within the discipline of criminology, the examining of why people commit crime is of vital importance in the ongoing discussion of how crime should be controlled and averted. Many criminological theories have materialized over time, and these philosophies continue to be studied, independently as well as in amalgamation, as criminologists ultimately pursue preeminent solutions in...

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Criminology, Psychology, Forensic psychology, Psychopathy, Applied psychology, Crime, Dark triad, Rational choice theory, Robert D. Hare, Crime prevention
The Criminal Code of Canada - Section 335 (1) &
; 335 (1.1) Dylan Brown CRIM 230 C100 September 21, 2014 The Canadian criminal justice system is founded upon the principle that any citizen of Canada, whilst under investigation to have committed or have influenced or associated in any way to any alleged criminal behaviour, is afforded the assumption of innocence until proven beyond a reasonable doubt he or she committed a culpable act (actus reus) and constructed and maintained a guilty mind (mens rea) (Verdun-Jones, 2011, p.23). In essence,...

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Criminal law, Elements of crime, Law, Forensic psychology, Criminal law of Canada, Actus reus, Theft, Mens rea, Concurrence, Attempt, Consent, Intention
Routine Activities & General Strain: A Theoret
Routine Activities & General Strain: A Theoretical Examination Of Dr. Patrick Dylan Brown CRIM 300W C100 November 8, 2015 Introduction Central to criminology is the examining of why individuals commit crime. Gender, age, as well as economic status, social position, and geographical elements are just a few of the various components social scientists have observed in attempting to better explain criminality. Throughout their investigations, criminologists may formulate theories based off thei...

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Criminology, Crime, Law enforcement, Criminal justice, Routine activity theory, Rational choice theory, Robert Agnew, Strain theory, General strain theory, Sex offender
Essay 1
By: Dylan Brown Tutor-marker: Jenny Benoit CRIM 101 C100 Race-crime statistics, and the questions surrounding the ethical collection and distribution of data pertaining to the race or ethnicity of criminal offenders and victims of crime, is a controversial topic that is highly debated amongst modern- day criminologists (Sacco & Kennedy, 2011). The Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, in collaboration with policing agencies throughout Canada, is the agency in charge of assembling crime fi...

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Crime, Criminology, Crime in the United States, Race and crime in the United States, Uniform Crime Reports, Criminal justice, Crime statistics, Behavior, Quantitative methods in criminology
An Interdisciplinary Examination of Drug and Alcoh
ol Abuse and Violent Behaviour Dylan Brown CRIM 314 C100 March 15, 2015 Within scientific literature, there are often claims that a statistical associations exists between drug and alcohol consumption and criminal behaviour; specifically, crimes of a violent nature (cite). However, there is a limited amount of material that incorporates an inclusive dialogue of several different, diverse disciplines and their findings pertaining to the complex relationship between substance abuse and violence....

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Psychiatric diagnosis, Psychiatry, Substance abuse, Neuroscience, Behavior, Social conflict, Drug control law, Substance dependence, Prohibition of drugs, Alcohol abuse, Abuse, Violence
A Critical Review of The Association Between Mult
A Critical Review of "The Association Between Multiple Drug Misuse and Crime" Dylan Brown CRIM 314 C100 February 1, 2015 Bennett, T., & Holloway, K. (2005). The association between multiple drug misuse and crime. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 49(1), 63-81. DOI: 10.1177/0306624X04269003 Introduction In The Association Between Multiple Drug Misuse and Crime, Bennett (Director, Centre for Criminology, University of Glamorgan, U.K.) and Holloway (Researc...

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Psychiatric diagnosis, Drug control law, Substance abuse, Psychology, Public health, Prohibition of drugs, Substance dependence, Criminology, Neuroscience, Behavior
Inchoate Offences in Canadian Criminal Law: Conspi
racy and Counselling Dylan Brown CRIM 230 C100 November 9, 2014 The Criminal Code of Canada is a systematically arranged body of law that defines various acts as crimes in Canadian society. It also serves as the legal doctrine that describes the assorted criminal behaviours specific to each criminal offence, as well as the correlating sentence to be administered upon an individual found to be in violation of the law. While some provisions under the Code address crimes that are ultimately perpet...

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Criminal law, Law, Elements of crime, Inchoate offenses, Forensic psychology, Crimes, Conspiracy, Attempt, Criminal law of Canada, Mens rea, Intention, Actus reus
Justification- Bus Stop
Introduction A good bus-stop to personally suit a school is definitely not easy to come by. To also come by a bus-stop that has enough seating and weathers is extremely hard to come by now days. In my partnerships research we have found that there wasn\'t a design that fitted our required criteria. With that being said we have decided to design our own bus stop based on two of our favourite designs. The previous/existing bus-stop has major flaws that need to be tended to, some of these flaws in...

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School bus, Student transport, Digital electronics, Bus stop, Bus, Wheelchair, Human factors and ergonomics, ACTION, Transport, Technology, Electronic engineering
In the Great Barrier Reef, there are two main type
s of coral: hard and soft. Hard coral has a building structure made of calcium carbonate and is mainly seen in reef building. Soft coral has a similar structure to hard coral, but it doesn\'t build off calcium carbonate instead it has particles in itself. Both types of the coral rely on zooxanthella algae for nutrients. The GBR extends from the north coast of Australia down to Bundaberg. Both types of coral are asexual and sexual; this means that they are easier and more prone to bleaching. Ble...

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Coral reefs, Effects of global warming, Physical geography, Fishing, Oceanography, Fisheries, Coral bleaching, Marine ecoregions, Coral, Great Barrier Reef, Environmental issues with coral reefs, Southeast Asian coral reefs
Lack of Knowledge
Secrets lead to lies. Lies lead to consequences. Consequences are something that every character will have to face for their lies. The Crucible, a drama by Arthur Miller , takes place in 1692 Salem, Massachusetts, where the Salem witch trials occur. In the drama, The Crucible , Arthur Miller establishes a knowledge gap between the characters and the audience by utilizing offstage action and dramatic irony in order to emphasize the secrecy and deceit of the audience which reveals Arthur\'s ultim...

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Culture, Film, Literature, The Crucible, Witchcraft, Salem witch trials, Abigail, Arthur Miller, The Witch, Drama
HRE 201-05
CHRIST AND CULTURE Unit 7 : Relating to the church : We are the church Name: Madeline Robertson Teacher: Father Delaney Date: Monday, March 27 , 2017 Theme 20: p g .170 #1-3 Focus Your Learning: How is the Church an effective sign of Christ in today\'s world? Jesus proclaimed the good news of God by his parables, by healing those who were ill, by forgiving sins and by casting out evil spirits. When he died and rose, he poured out on his followers the Holy Spirit. Now Jesus\' disciples were to t...

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Christianity, Christian theology, Catholic Church, Sacraments, Anglican sacraments, Methodism, Salvation in Christianity, Grace in Christianity, Priesthood in the Catholic Church, Body of Christ, Eucharist, Catholic liturgy
Case study one
Concerning safety in the warehouse, it is a fact that accidents do happen but they can be minimized. A mechanism has to be devised to scale down the number of accidents and as well institute safety measures in the company such public awareness and for the employee to be careful as well. I will analyze the causes of the accidents and address individual accidents since their solutions may differ from one to another. Yes, a wellness program makes sense for this company. Having reported tripling nu...

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Coffee in Seattle, Starbucks, Safety, Wellness, Food and drink, Health, Personal life
( a ) . Yes there is presence of serial correlatio
( a ) . Yes there is presence of serial correlation. Serial correlation model assumes that errors are first order autoregressive where the primitive error terms u t are assumed to be mutually uncor related. B y adapting the structural approach, the number of parameters is few. This ascertains the presence of serial correlation. The arise of serial correlation is positive such that successive errors are positively correlated. In this case, the second term is positive as well. (b) Consequences of...

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Multivariate statistics, Statistical inference, Data analysis, Autocorrelation, Parametric statistics, Least squares, Regression analysis, Estimation theory, DurbinWatson statistic, Heteroscedasticity, Ordinary least squares, Linear regression
ATT PROJECT MANAGEMENT CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
This Project Management Plan ha s been prepared is property of ATT Communication Limited Center of excellence. Project Management Plan ATT COMMUNICATIONS LIMITED ATT COMMUNICATIONS Street Address City , State Zip Code 24 TH APRIL, 2016 Table of Contents TOC o "1-3" h z u Introduction PAGEREF _Toc332219291 h 2 Project Management Approach PAGEREF _Toc332219292 h 2 Project Scope PAGEREF _Toc332219293 h 3 Milestone List PAGEREF _Toc332219294 h 3 Schedule Baseline and Work Breakdown Structure PAGERE...

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Project management, Economy, Business, Management, Project plan, Project manager, Project charter, Scope statement, Earned value management, Schedule, Program management, Scope
Job analysis is systematic navigation, study and d
ocumentation of the responsibilities, duties, skills, accountabilities, work environment and ability requirements of a specific job. Further, it entails the determination of the prospective importance of the responsibilities and physical and emotional skills for the assigned duties. All these factors identify what a job demands and what an employee must possess to perform a job productively. Job analysis comprise a thorough analysis of the job duties and knowledge, skills and individual charact...

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Human resource management, Industrial and organizational psychology, Employment, Organizational behavior, Behavioural sciences, Job analysis, Position analysis questionnaire, Job description, Job performance, G factor, Job evaluation, Individual psychological assessment
Name of Institution
Course Name Course Code Instructor Presenter Executive summary The general objective of this paper is to establish the objectives and strategies instituted by Chipotle Mexican Grill in its cooperate operation s in its entire market venture. Further, this paper provides a detailed strategic and financial analysis conducted in support of forecast and valuation estimates looking into subjectivities on this company. Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) is an interconnection of fast-casual cafeterias known...

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Fast casual restaurants, Food and drink, Cuisine of the Western United States, Gastronomy, Fast food, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Qdoba, Fast food restaurant, ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen, Chipotle, Steve Ells, Menu
Comparing and Contrasting Dickinson's I'm nobody,
Comparing and Contrasting Dickinson\'s "I\'m nobody, who are you" and Paul Laurence Dunbar\'s "We Wear the Mask" poems Name School or Institution Name Abstract Poets form a very important part of our population. In the past centuries as well as in the present, they have always risen up to address various significant issues either positively or negatively affecting the society in which we live in. This makes it equally important to try analysis and fit different poems into our situations. Withou...

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American Christians, Literature, American poetry, American literature, Emily Dickinson, I'm Nobody! Who are you?, Paul Laurence Dunbar
According to Werner and Smith longitudinal studies
that followed all of the children born on the island of Kauai in dating back to 1955, there were a percentage of children who in their sample faced very adverse conditions as they grew. These conditions included but were not limited to perinatal stress, chronic poverty, parents who had not graduated from high school and family environments that were submerged in the chronic discord of parental alcoholism or mental disabilities. Most of these children developed serious problems of their own by t...

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Human development, Childhood, Infancy, Family, RTT, Babycare, Motivation, Sudden infant death syndrome, Parenting, Infant, Locus of control, Preterm birth
CANCER
INTRODUCTION Cancer is an abnormal growth of cells (usually derived from a single cell). The cells have lost normal contr ol mechanisms and thus are able to expand continuously , invade adjacent tissues, migrate to distant parts of the body and promote the growth of new blood vessels from which the cells derive nutrients. As cancer ous (malignant) cells grow and mu ltip l y they form a mass of cancerous tissues called a tumo u r that invades and destroys normal adjacent tissues . T umor is an a...

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Cancer, Medicine, RTT, Health, Cancer pathology, Infectious causes of cancer, Oncology, Pathology, Breast cancer, Colorectal cancer, Metastasis, Prostate cancer
English 2341
Instructor: R.J. Lambert Dwight Cobb 26/Mar/2011 Annotated Bibliography For Analysis of Oscar Wilde\'s "The Importance of Being Earnest" Bentley, E. (1985). Bloom\'s Modern Critical Views: Oscar Wilde; Bloom\'s Modern Critical Views , pp. 15-19. This article presents a critical analysis of the play "The Importance of Being Earnest," by Oscar Wilde. The play is a variant, not of domestic drama or of melodrama but of farce, a genre which, being the antithesis of serious, is not easily put to seri...

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ENG 103 - Final Paper July 29 , 2014 The Importance of Being Earnest is one of Oscar Wilde\'s crowning masterpieces. The acclaimed comedic play tells the tale of Jack Worthing and the mischief he causes when he and his best friend, Algernon Moncrieff, assume double identities. When analyzing the play from various critical perspectives, the reader can divulge into the various historical roots and gender roles that the author uses to promote his message and criticize the Victorian upper class. Ev...

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British films, English-language films, Literature, Film, Oscar Wilde, Operas, The Importance of Being Earnest, Anglo-Irish people, Algernon, Oscar, Wilde
Introduction/Hollywood Icons (slide)
Hollywood icons such as film stars and film production companies became extremely popular and developed during the time from 1917 to 1941. Actors and actresses started getting recognised and known by the public, production companies boomed and movie attendance peaked, becoming the highest it\'s ever been. Hollywood and the progr ession to the Golden Age was greatly influenced by the movement from the silent era to the talkies. It was also influenced by the 1920s and the progression from theatre...

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Cinema of the United States, California, Film theory, Film genres, RKO Pictures, Film industry, Studio system, Musical film, Paramount Pictures, Classical Hollywood cinema, Film, Hollywood
Pilgrimage 3
POVERTY: CAUSES AND EFFECTS WHAT IS POVERTY? -Lack of basic essentials (shelter, food, clean water, clothing, health care, education, security, sanitation) -Living one day at a time -No voice and no freedom -Lack of wellbeing -No basic human rights -Distribution of resources richest- 87% poorest- 1% in between- 12% WHAT CAUSES POVERTY? -Greediness -War/conflict -Lack of education> fewer job opportunities, don\'t get paid a great wage Debt: For every $1 developing countries receive from devel...

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Development economics, Aid, Humanitarian aid, Poverty, Extreme poverty, Economy, Poverty reduction, World, Politics
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In Hollywood from the years 1917 to 1941, film stars and companies became extremely popular . Actors and actresses were recognised for their works in movies that typically wielded the same genre and were known by the public. The film industry, particularly production companies such as The Big Five, boomed and civilian movie attendance grew over the years. Hollywood and the progression to the Golden Age was greatly influenced by the movement from the silent era to the ‘talkies.\' The economic...

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Cinema of the United States, California, Film, Film genres, RKO Pictures, Film industry, Studio system, Musical film, Paramount Pictures, Sound film, Classical Hollywood cinema, Hollywood
Comedy relies on it being a predictable play
comedy relies on it being a predictable play characters j.p- justice of the peace hon. - status lady- status italic to indicate jobs of the working class- defined by their jobs, not these grand, rich names act 1 lane holding the books, does finance, algy inspects sandwich, eight bottles between them, that\'s a lot, don\'t have to go to work the next day idea of marriage- wilde- for convenience instead of love, once you\'re married life is no longer beautiful; Lane has to be interested in algys...

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Fiction, Humanities, Comedy, Humour, Irony, Theme, An Ideal Husband, Arts, The Importance of Being Earnest
Alec Hernandez
ENG 103 - Final Paper July 29 , 2014 The Importance of Being Earnest is one of Oscar Wilde\'s crowning masterpieces. The acclaimed comedic play tells the tale of Jack Worthing and the mischief he causes when he and his best friend, Algernon Moncrieff, assume double identities. When analyzing the play from various critical perspectives, the reader can divulge into the various historical roots and gender roles that the author uses to promote his message and criticize the Victorian upper class. Ev...

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English 2341
Instructor: R.J. Lambert Dwight Cobb 26/Mar/2011 Annotated Bibliography Bentley, E. (1985). Bloom\'s Modern Critical Views: Oscar Wilde; Bloom\'s Modern Critical Views , pp. 15-19. This article presents a critical analysis of the play "The Importance of Being Earnest," by Oscar Wilde. The play is a variant, not of domestic drama or of melodrama but of farce, a genre which, being the antithesis of serious, is not easily put to serious uses. In fact nothing is easier than to handle this play with...

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Katie Skaggs
David Sigler English 342 26 March 2010 Products of Society It seems as though all readers, audiences, and critics are aware that Oscar Wilde\'s intentions in writing The Importance of Being Earnest is to provide a social commentary and criticism regarding the upper classes of Victorian society. "A \'Revolutionary Outrage\': The Importance of Being Earnest as Social Criticism," by Jeremy Lalonde provides the views of many different critics. Though Lalonde\'s essay initially focuses on the sexual...

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British films, English-language films, Literature, The Importance of Being Earnest, Film, Arts, Bracknell, Algernon, Oscar Wilde, Cucumber sandwich, Grosvenor Square
Mitchell Houston
English 1A- T 11 S. Johnson 8/30/2016 Journal #1 The Future I\'ve asked myself the simple question of why I am in college at least a millions times since the term started a week ago, and the best answer I have come up with and concluded on by myself is that I\'m in college to better my own future and gain an education that will pave a pathway to my own successful future. I think I will be successful in English 1A because not only have I always understood my English and writing classes a little...

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Draft:Noah Cronbaugh, Testament of Pope John Paul II
Ricardo Montoya8/11/16
Video Game Design right472440 What is your favorite video game? Why do you like this game more than others? Describe what makes it your favorite - concept, game mechanics, luck vs. skill, level of challenge, size of "world", complexity, graphics, audio, etc. Your answer should be at least 250 words long (including this text). 00 What is your favorite video game? Why do you like this game more than others? Describe what makes it your favorite - concept, game mechanics, luck vs. skill, level of c...

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Gaming, Leisure, Game design, Game theory, Game mechanics, Experience point, Street Fighter: The Storytelling Game, Video game, Board game, Outline of video games
Elise MooreKathy BinghamStress Management DATE @
Elise MooreKathy BinghamStress Management DATE @ "MMMM d, y" November 29, 2016Behavior Change Project Part 2.During this journey of eating healthy and working out properly, I experienced tremendous results! Not only have I lost about about ten pounds but these goal have increased my productivity. My mood feels more enhanced and feel truly happy and blessed stressed out. My energy is increase, I sleep better and have less aches and pains in my body. These goal were a little tough only b...

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;MMMM d, y" December 3, 2016Stress Management Final Project Part 1 Describe your overall stress profile. Be sure to include a description of your stressors, your use of time, previous attempts at coping, and any other information acquired during the semester from any of the activities completed as a part of the class.Over this period of time and looking over my stress profile, Ive been able to really identify what stresses me out the most. One of my major stressors is money. I am always wor...

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Stress, Psychology, Neuroscience, Behavior, Psychological stress, Coping, Draft:Noah Cronbaugh, Stress-related disorders
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