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My ABC’s
Anne Tracy Professor Rankin History 17A May 4, 2015 The presentation on the quad was a neat idea in the way it made people stop and read and therefore causing them to think. I could relate every single word they put up to history because women have been subject to a male dominant society for millennia’s and even now history continues to repeat itself, though perhaps not so viciously. The two words that caught my attention were Patriarchy and Vagina, mostly because of the descriptions they gave f...

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Gender studies, Feminist theory, Cultural anthropology, Family economics, Forms of government, Patriarchy, Vagina, Sociology of gender
History 17 A - Campus Event
She stood on the quad, mike in hand, and with a smile on her face Syd, a Sierra College student, prefaced her poem with words I will never forget; “There are things that have happened to me in my life that are not okay, but I am okay now.” Her poem was a rape poem, a story about how women are never taught how to defend themselves against the people nearest. It is the people whom we trust that inflict the most damage and how people try to use the pain and events to define us. The girl before her...

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British poetry
Indian Removal
Anne Tracy Professor Rankin History 17 A 25 April 2015 “You think you own whatever land you land on. The Earth is just a dead thing you can claim. But I know every rock and tree and creature, has a life, has a spirit, has a name” (Gabriel). The movie Pocahontas is horribly inaccurate when it comes to some of its history; however, Disney was not completely wrong though. The belief that the earth was not something to be owned and that there is a connection between all living things is one of them....

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Cherokee Nation, Cherokee, Indian removal, Trail of Tears, Indian Removal Act, Cherokee removal, John Ross
DESTOP PUBLISHING
Until recently, graphic design was done by art directors and design professionals Whose livelihoods depended upon creating effective graphic designs?. . DESKTOP PUBLISHING Desktop publishing had brought graphic design into the office and home. It has enabled people other than art directors to create attractive, affective printed materials, such as newsletters, advertisements, brochures, manuals and other documents. EFFECTIVE GRAPHIC DESIGN LEADS TO SUCCESS Effective graphic design makes it easi...

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Communication design, Graphic design, Typesetting, Typography, Desktop publishing, Page layout, Graphics, Design, Graphic arts
Freedom of speech
Freedom of thought is important, because people should be able to voice what they think and their opinion on religion, politics and federal elections; however that can come along with negative comments and people taking religion, politics and federal elections into hate on other beliefs. Freedom of thought is a very good thing to be able to do even in your everyday life including school, jobs and public places. Freedom of thought comes up so much in everyday life such as when the teacher asks y...

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Censorship, Freedom of expression, Political correctness, Controversies, Freedom of speech, Belief, Toleration, Freedom of thought, The Art of Happiness
MAKING A GARDEN BASKET
Brooke Hook Mrs.Puls Computer processing 10 2 November 2015 Baskets were the first containers. They were made in every possible shape, of every possible material and for every possible use. Looking at a civilization’s baskets told the story of its people, its agriculture and its native plant life. Making baskets was a necessary part of rural farm life, often (involving) every member of the family, from the youngest child to the oldest grandparent People are fascinated by the baskets – probably b...

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Containers, Basket, Food packaging, Willow, Basket weaving
Cover Letter Examples
Your Name Street Address City, State Zip Phone Number Today’s Date Hiring Person Hiring Person’s Job Title Hiring Person’s Company Company Mailing Address City, State Zip Dear Mr./Mrs. Hiring Person, In the first paragraph, tell how you heard about the job opening * (or about the company, if this is not an advertised job but rather one you are trying to discover or create by making direct contact). Mention the actual job title, and say that you’re sending a resume that shows how you’re qualified...

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Business, Economy, Technology, Microsoft, Rsum, Job, Recruitment
How to compose your Co-op Resume
Listed below are some guidelines for the creation of your co-op resume. Although you will have your own unique resume based on your education, skills, and experience, the guidelines presented below are those that we feel will provide you with a more useful and successful resume. For more resources on how to design your resume, visit http://www.firefly.ryerson.ca/careercentre/students/tools/FT_Resume_Writing.cfm#How01 and http://www.firefly.ryerson.ca/careercentre/students/tools/FT_Resume_Writin...

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Rsum, Cooperative education, Ryerson University, Federal Resume
The Exterminator
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Horse racing, Exterminator, English-language films, Willie Knapp, Philip "Fatis" Burrell, Mark Buntzman
Shaker culture
Annie Ashton SY222-001 Cultural Anthropology Shaker Culture Without having watched the video about the Shakers, here is my assessment of how the religious beliefs of the played a role in shaping the culture’s psychological styles of cognition, perception and emotion. Cognition The Shakers religion is based on the beliefs of communal life, celibacy, and confessing of all sins. The belief of celibacy is that the body and soul can be completely pure, but that also means there is no precreation amon...

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Shakers, Christian pacifism, Communalism, Simple living, Celibacy, Indian Shaker Church, Pleasant Hill, Kentucky, Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS: FORD MOTOR COMPANY TOYOTA MOTOR CORP
dr Agata Kocia based on presentation by: PAWEŁ ORZECHOWSKI, MACIEJ OŚWIT & ANDRZEJ BENCZEK FORD: the beginning Henry Ford designed his first moving assembly line in 1913 “Wheels for the world”-the motto behind popularization of cars Each section of the production process was divided into component parts Combination of precision, continuity, and fast-paced brought the world – mass production In Highland Park, Model T production reached record levels, every day a car came of the assembl...

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Compact cars, Hatchbacks, Sedans, Nikkei 225, Toyota, Toyota Group, Hybrid electric vehicle, Ford Motor Company, Lexus, Hybrid vehicle, 200911 Toyota vehicle recalls, Toyota Australia
Dance Critique: Elegy
Erin McMahon Through the power of dance, we as individuals are able to communicate difficult topics through actions portrayed by the body. This is exactly what Douglas Wright did. From the very beginning we understand that this performance is dedicated to his loved ones that passed away with AIDS. As each name flashes on the screen, it signified a moment of silence to show respect and pay homage to his loved ones. The first object we see is the inside of a white calla lily. In Greek culture, thi...

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Grief, Death customs, Emotions, Undertaking, Gesture, Musical gesture, Mourning, Kbler-Ross model
Blue Jasmine
In the movie Blue Jasmine we see the life of a woman by the name of Jasmine as she is married to Hal, who she found out was being unfaithful throughout their marriage and was later exposed as responsible for investment fraud and later commits suicide while being imprisoned. Jasmine as an effect has lost all of her possessions, and was forced to move in with her adopted sister after suffering from nervous breakdowns and living alone. I diagnose Jasmine with Substance disorder as she was extremel...

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Kingdom Hearts characters, Princess Jasmine, Jasmine, Aladdin
Abnormal Psych Assignment
In the recent suicide of a police officer, the psychology unit of the Police force was contacted and being assigned to the case it was the responsibility of the psychologist to learn about the life of the deceased and to perform a psychological autopsy. It was reported that the police officer was found in his home at Manchester with a bullet wound to the head and a gun clinched in his hand. The officer was supposedly found by his twin brother who is also a police Corporal. The last conversation...

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Military ranks of Australia, Military ranks of Singapore, Military ranks of Canada, Corporal
Maya Angelou
Maya Angelou nació Marguerite Johnson nació el 4 de abril de 1928 en St. Louis, Missouri. Ella es una mujer que ha superado las dificultades casi toda su vida. Ella tuvo el valor y la determinación para mantenerse fuertes. Maya Angelou es un famoso poeta, dramaturgo y escritor muy logrado. Sus palabras despiertan a la gente y crear una visión de un nuevo mundo para sus lectores. Maya Angelou ha hecho muchas cosas en su vida que ningún pueblo se le ocurre. La primera vez que se retiró de la escu...

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Television, Draft:Maxima de holanda, Draft:Viviana Castrillon
Social Science Questions
Introduction= In a book called The Philosophy Files by Stephen Law (2003) there is a thought experiment named ‘The Brain Swap Case’. This case, set up by Law, involves two completely different men, named Bert and Fred. These men are different in the terms of personality, size and looks. In this case, aliens swap over Bert’s and Fred’s brains so Bert’s brain is in Fred’s body and so on. This essay is based on certain questions about Bert’s life as Fred. 1st Question= Does Bert have Two Identitie...

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Identity, Social psychology, Accents, Interpersonal communication, Oral communication, Psycholinguistics, Bert, Ship of Theseus, Theseus, Dissociative identity disorder, Personality psychology
The Handmaid’s Tale
Set in a post-apocalyptic world, is a social commentary on a Right-Wing Christian dominated world in which women are subject to exploitation and violation of varying degrees, dependent on their fertility and ability to host life. Although contextually diverse, Tender is the Night is a biographical and social commentary on the changing role of women that highlights the fragility and vulnerability of females battling against what was formerly seen as a ‘man’s world’. Both The Handmaid’s Tale and T...

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Gender roles, The Handmaid's Tale, Handmaiden, Social psychology, Femininity, Tender Is the Night, Nicole, The Handmaid, Masculinity, Woman
Kahan jaaye aakhir
, bayabaan har soo shikasta hai pehloo, akeli hai Zehra (x3) (Rone pe pehra, masayab ka sehra, akeli hai Zehra) x2 1. (Dar e Fatema ko jalaya hai tumne, kiya vaada apna bhulaya hai tumne) x2 tamaache na maaro, musalmaano jaao, Ali ko bulaao, akeli hai Zehra (Rone pe pehra masayab ka sehra akeli hai Zehra) x2 2. (Bayaa\'n kisse jaakar karoon dard apna, hai ghairon ki duniya, nahi koi apna) x2 koi jaake baba, se keh do ye jaakar, ke le jaao aakar, akeli hai Zehra (Rone pe pehra masayab ka sehra ak...

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The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
While Coleridge\'s \'\' clearly contains Christian references to individuals and fundamental beliefs within the Christian faith, debate exists as to whether this lyrical ballad is a complete Christian allegory or rather a moral tale in which Coleridge implores for humankind to lead just and moral lifestyles. The Albatross in \'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner\' is arguably a symbolic figure of Christ the saviour. The internal rhyme adopted by Coleridge to describe how \'at length [they] did cross...

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Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Rime, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, The Ancient Mariner, Albatross, Ballad, Ballad stanza
Explore some of the ways in which Mary Shelley uses different settings
to contribute to the Gothic effects of Volume One Mary Shelley opens Frankenstein in a vast, barren and isolated area of the world. ‘The seat of frost and desolation’ in which the men are travelling is unforgiving and harsh in its nature; an undiscovered territory such as the pole, with its ‘freezing’ climate heightens tensions and contributes towards the Gothic effects of the opening letters as the fate of Walton and his men remains a mystery. Despite the ‘calm sea’, Walton is aware that the n...

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Romanticism, Frankenstein, English-language films, Gothic novels, Horror novels, Mary Shelley, Shelley, Gothic
Frankenstein, Dr Faustus and Wuthering Heights
‘Gothic literature demonstrates the consequences of disrupting the natural order of things.’ Consider the texts you have read in light of this comment. , to varying extents, explore the consequences of human action and disruption and meddling of natural order. Frankenstein and Faustus both portray the consequences of playing God, and pursuing success by means of betraying the natural world and its order; Wuthering Heights, however, not only reveals the consequences of the supernatural disrupting...

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Fiction, Literature, Frankenstein, English-language films, Gothic novels, Romanticism, Wuthering Heights, Adam
Frankenstein
Section A ‘To what extent do you agree with the view that, in , Mary Shelley is exploring the dark side of the human psyche?’ In Frankenstein, Shelley uses gothic elements of the supernatural and mental unhinging to highlight the capabilities of the human mind in its darkest aspects, particularly through the characters of Victor and the creature, the latter of which reflects the horror of the nature of human kind. Shelley explores the dark side of the human psyche through Victor and his disturbi...

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Frankenstein, Romanticism, Horror novels, English-language films, Gothic novels, Mary Shelley, Victor Frankenstein, Frankenstein's monster
Frankenstein
, Dr Faustus and Wuthering Heights all explore forces of the supernatural mind and world, and reveal various levels of fear as a result of meddling with or experiencing the supernatural elements beyond human understanding. In Victor’s creation of ‘the creature’, Shelley introduces both elements of the supernatural world and mind that conjoin the two protagonists, exposing the fear of victor and the readers in experiencing the supernatural creation of the living dead. Victor’s fear of the creatur...

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Frankenstein, English-language films, Monster movies, Romanticism, Supernatural
Wuthering Heights
“How far do you agree with the view that, in , more suffering is inflicted by mental rather than physical cruelty?” The characters within Wuthering Heights all experience, to varying extents, acts of violence delivered through both language and actions; whilst these incidents fade over time, it seems to be the mental scars and games of cruelty that have a profound effect on the characters, and inflict the greatest amount of suffering. The physical cruelty inflicted upon Heathcliff by Hindley is...

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British films, English-language films, Fiction, Literature, Film, Wuthering Heights, Heathcliff, Hindley, Hindley Earnshaw, Draft:Veronica
Entrapped, imprisoned and disempowered
‘’ – to what extent do you agree with this view of the position of women in Wuthering Heights? During the Victorian era, the stock character for women embodied entrapment, imprisonment and disempowerment, epitomised even in that Bronte originally published the novel under a male name. The expectation of women evident at the time as being vulnerable, weak and incapable is often seen in Wuthering Heights in the characters of Cathy, Isabella and Nelly. Cathy is arguably imprisoned by her decision t...

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British films, English-language films, Wuthering Heights, Heathcliff, Bront
Discuss revenge in WH and how its connected to love
Other texts relating to Wuthering Heights:  Northanger Abbey  Jane Eyre  I Capture the Castle  Tess of the D\'Urbervilles Discuss revenge in Wuthering Heights. In what ways is it connected to love? Revenge is a common motif within Wuthering Heights, and is often complexly interlinked with love, especially as seen in the case of the loving relationship – or lack thereof – between Catherine and Heathcliff. It appears throughout the novel, that the darker side of the...

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British films, English-language films, Wuthering Heights, Heathcliff, Bront, Catherine Earnshaw, Hareton Earnshaw
Wuthering Heights
Discuss the novel’s narrative structure. Are the novel’s narrators trustworthy? Why or why not? ‘’ holds a Chinese box structure in that the majority of it is a narrative within a narrative. Whilst this causes us to question the nature of bias within the novel, and the accuracy in the distribution of information, it also adds to the complexity of the storyline and the mystery that the characters in Wuthering Heights exude. Bronte appears to present objective observers, in an attempt to allow the...

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British films, English-language films, Wuthering Heights, Heathcliff, Lockwood, Narration, Hurlevent, Nelly Dean, Draft:Veronica
Wuthering Heights
Consider the view that, above all else, is an exploration of fear. Wuthering Heights explores themes of the supernatural, social class and relationships, both simple and complex; Bronte, however, interlinks the gothic with reality, and explores the fear and horror that dwells in the relationships of the characters within Wuthering Heights, particularly those of the protagonists, and the darker aspect of the supernatural that interweaves itself into the lives and experiences of the inhabitants of...

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British films, English-language films, Wuthering Heights, Heathcliff, Lockwood, Bront, Hurlevent, Catherine Earnshaw, Draft:Veronica
The Queensland Government
’s Education and Training Reforms for the Future (ETRF) (2002a) was an initiative piloted from 2003-2005 and formally introduced to schools in 2005-2006. It is a future orientated reform, which advocates for students to obtain Year 12 or vocational certificate in order to live successful and fulfilling lives (source). This approach aligns with current research that attributes Year 12 completion with greater employment, education and socioeconomic prospects (Singh & Sawyer, 2008). ETRF aims to pr...

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Education in Australia, Educational stages, Queensland Certificate of Education, Educational psychology, Secondary school, Vocational education, University of Southern Queensland, Technical and further education, Secondary education, Educational technology, Senior External Examination, Australian Industry Trade College
The Time Machine
by H.G Wells utilises intertwined narratives to create a speculative fiction with differing tones and added credibility in the recount of incredible events. This novella is constructed as a framed narrative with both stories having their own narrator; The Time Traveller and an unnamed narrator. Each is a character in the other story. These stories and their narrators have a symbiotic relationship allowing the novella’s central themes of social and biological evolution of the human race to be pr...

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Style, Fiction, Point of view, Narratology, The Time Machine, Time traveler, Narration, Traveller, Traveler, Narrative, First-person narrative, H. G. Wells
Romantic painter Francisco De Goya
  The works of document not only the personal torment in the artist’s soul but also mirror the torment of his country. His paintings give expression to the two sides of the changes of his time. He depicted the idyll gardens of rococo in self-deceptive serenity as well as the enlightened critical vision in an age of political catastrophes. His aesthetic evolution shows the affect of these times of deep transformations in society. In order to understand the subject matter and evolution of th...

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Francisco Goya, The Third of May, Dogs in art, Etchings, The Inquisition Tribunal, La maja desnuda
Johann Winckelmann
German scholar and historian (1719-1768) is widely credited as the author of the first modern history of art. Although much of his work was built upon the works of previous scholars he expressed this research in a way that redirected taste toward ancient art and affected both the style and methodology of contemporary production. Writing from perspective of an aesthete his work incorporated the ideals and scientific methods that came with the Enlightenment. He applied scientific method in catego...

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Humanities, Johann Joachim Winckelmann, Neoclassical architecture, Neoclassicism, Art history, Hellenism, Classics, Art
Classroom Management
SPB020 – Assessment Item #2 This assignment will review the piece of formative assessment that I conducted last week on Grade 9F Studies of Society and Environment at Dakabin State High School (Appendix A). This class is a good mix of students, many of whom excel quite easily, but this class has severe issues with behaviour and five students from a non-English speaking background. The motivations behind this piece of formative assessment were firstly to test knowledge retention from the previous...

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Evaluation methods, Evaluation, Educational psychology, Academic transfer, Standards-based education, Educational assessment, Formative assessment, Plate tectonics, Summative assessment, Grading systems by country, Nazca Plate, Volcano
School Uniforms
Javier E. Vazquez DWT-099 November 11, 2015 Professor Nelson For years maybe even decades, schools have been about fashion, who wore it best, or prices of clothing rather than education. School is a place for learning, so school uniforms are good because they ensure equality, provide security, and are time consuming. Nowadays, students forget why they are really going to school and just focus on either their popularity or how they look. If public schools were to bring uniforms into the school sy...

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Uniforms, Children's clothing, School uniform, Military uniform, Dress code, Fashion design, School uniforms by country, Japanese school uniform
Contribution Essay
Kayla Hourigan Lori Beth English 102 November 15, 2015 Contribution Essay Leadership means something different to each individual. For some, it may be exemplified by someone who does good deeds, and to others it may define a tyrant. To me, a leader is a person others can look up to, and who drives a force in the right direction. A leader must be strong, and confident. They must want to work to better not only themselves, but others as well. More and more women are rising to the leadership challe...

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Sexism, Feminist economics, Employment discrimination, Glass ceiling, Racism, Alice Eagly, Feminine style of management, Sex differences in leadership
Mouth: Joints, Gomphoses, and Anatomy
Sara Wright Dr. Omelchenko BIO 204-01 4 December 2015 Various joints make up the body, structurally and functionally. Joints are the point at which rigid elements meet in order to resist crushing, tearing, or any other forces. Specifically, the mouth consists of a joint called the gomphosis joint. Also, as a Dental Hygienist, anatomy is needed on a day-to-day basis in order to complete the job. Simply to know and understand the anatomy of the mouth is necessary and one needs to be knowledgeable...

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Joints, Gomphosis, Synarthrosis, Fibrous joint, Human tooth, Tooth, Dental anatomy, Cartilaginous joint, Synovial joint, Synchondrosis, Crown, Human mouth
The Hunger Games
In Panem, wealth is heavily concentrated in the hands of the rich, particularly those people living in the Capitol and certain of the districts, and the result is a huge disparity between their lives and the lives of the poor. This disparity reveals itself in numerous ways throughout the movie, but among the notable is food. In the poor districts, many of the residents do not even have enough to eat. Katniss notes that starvation is common in District 12, and she has to hunt illegally in the wo...

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English-language films, Peeta Mellark, The Hunger Games, Katniss Everdeen, Fictional universe of The Hunger Games, Tesserae, Tessera, Hunger, Poverty
Best Actor: Will Smith
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4CFk-rSkX8 Emotional Truth Will Smith shows a lot of emotional truth during this whole clip. You can tell how happy he is to see his wife’s expression towards the ring he got her. You can also see the devastation his character is feeling for being the cause of the accident and the casualties is brought with it. During the scene where he commits suicide, you can almost feel his pain, but also a sort of release. He brings me to tears with his extraordinary acting...

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Kristen, Feeling
Module 7 = Acting
2 pages Assignment: Actors = Best and Worst Additional: Film clip of the performance – see instructions below Worth: 60 points Opens: October 20, 2014 Due: November 2, 2014 Submission: Attach to Blackboard Assignment OR send it directly to [email protected] in an attachment. DO put assignment in information box. NO PAGE LIMIT – OR RESTRICTION – Answer questions thoroughly and thoughtfully. Assignment Instructions In one document provide the following information Best Actor Submit a URL ad...

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English-language films, Meryl Streep, Acting, Kramer vs. Kramer
Small World Microloans
SWM • 2130 18th Street N.W. • Washington, DC 20005 • www.swm.course.com Small World Microloans (SWM) is taking on global poverty one small step at a time—by replacing donations with microloans. What is a microloan? A microloan is a very small loan—usually $200 or less—given to people living below the poverty level. Because these people have no collateral, they do not qualify for conventional bank loans. What role does SWM play? SWM helps entrepreneurs in developing countries form microloan grou...

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Development, Microfinance, Microcredit, United Nations Secretariat, Micro-enterprise, Swm
Reflection
written by Hannah Pierson Relationship: Character A is looking in the mirror just like a normal person does every day. Character B is Character A’s “ugly” reflection. Character C is Character A’s “pretty reflection”. Essential Conflict: Character A criticizes the way Character B looks, but comes to find out that there is more to Character B than what meets the eye, Character C. Circumstance: Lights up on a woman standing in front of a mirror in a towel after a shower looking at her reflection....

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Kingdom Hearts characters
Written Response: Oedipus Rex Video Viewing Assignment
Hannah Pierson Oedipus Rex Video Theatre 1120 Online In the short clip about Oedipus that I watched, the acting has a lot of hand gestures and drastic body movements. When the oracle would look up into the sky, all the characters seemed to follow his movements. They all seemed to be in awe with him, but at the same time, afraid of him. Their voices all seemed to match as well. Their voices were all very drawn out whenever they would say something, and they seemed to be extra dramatic to help pro...

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Fiction, Literature, Vocal music, Oedipus the King, Operas, Oedipus, Tiresias, Barbara Gordon, Greek, Oracle Database
Design Collage Assignment
Slide # 1 – Title: Herot/The Pit Mood – Unseen, small, unknown area. It is an area of secrecy, but the light still touches it from above. Color – Yellows, reds, orange, and blacks; poorly lit, warm during sunlight and cold during nightfall. Line – Horizontal lines of darkness show an open space, whereas, vertical beams that peak through show a possible underground or downstairs area. Texture – The beam of lights show a feeling of hope, but also a feeling of distress. Fire represents a time of se...

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Lighting, Stage lighting, Texture mapping, Yellow
Sleepy Hollow Critique
Hannah Pierson Theatre 1120 11/06/2014 Sleepy Hollow Director: Francene Kirk Originally produced: Weber State University, Ogden UT When I first entered the auditorium around 7:15 P.M., the energy was high while we, the audience, took our seats. To fill the air with music, young singers preformed as a little preshow. The energy seemed to stay at a high for the entire show. After each song, there was clapping. After each obvious joke, there was laughing. I believe the entire show captivated the au...

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Fiction, Literature, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Ichabod Crane, Sleepy Hollow, The Headless Horseman, Headless Horseman, Crane, The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad
Hpierson Photosynthesis
Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5 Group 6 Group 7 Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5 Group 6 Group 7 Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5 Group 6 Group 7 Time Abs unboiled light Abs unboiled light Abs unboiled light Abs unboiled light Abs unboiled light Abs unboiled light Abs unboiled light Abs Unboiled Dark Abs Unboiled Dark Abs Unboiled Dark Abs Unboiled Dark Abs Unboiled Dark Abs Unboiled Dark Abs Unboiled Dark Abs Boiled Dark Abs Boiled Dark Abs Boiled Dark Abs Boiled Dark Abs...

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Respiration II Answer Sheet
1. (2 pts) State Your Hypothesis At higher temperatures, yeast grows more rapidly than in lower temperatures, however, the yeast will die if the temperature gets too high. 2. (0.5 pts) What group of organisms does Baker’s yeast belong to? Fungi 3. (0.5 pts) What is the species of Baker’s Yeast? Saccharomyces cerevisiae 4. (1 pts) What does its genus name imply about its preferred food substrate? “Saccharo” means sweet or sugar and “myces” means mould 5. (2 pts)Where does cellular respiration ta...

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Leavening agents, Oenology, Edible fungi, Fermentation in food processing, Yeasts, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Baker's yeast, Yeast in winemaking, Carbon dioxide, Yeast, Fermentation in winemaking
Should We Frack?: Reaction Paper
Hannah Pierson On Tuesday, March 10, 2015, I attended a seminar about whether or not we should frack. The speaker at this seminar was Bruce Beaver of Duquesne University. The first question we need to answer before we answer the main question of the seminar, is what is fracking? Fracking is the procedure of extracting gases and oils from below the surface of the ground. It is also called hydraulic fracturing. As Beaver explained it, a hole is first drilled into the earth. Cracks are formed in ro...

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Natural gas, Frack, Hydraulic fracturing, Anti-fracking movement, Hydraulic fracturing in the United Kingdom, Hydraulic fracturing by country
HPierson Cell Respiration II
CO2 concentration in ppm Time 38 Deg A 38 Deg B 38 Deg C 4 Deg A 4 Deg B 4 Deg C 23 Deg A 23 Deg B 23 Deg C 50 Deg A 50 Deg B 50 Deg C 0 662 828 881 564 725 698 537 737 681 777 711 782 0.01 619 803 900 592 717 727 572 704 700 788 734 802 0.02 650 808 903 578 692 716 542 732 703 810 728 805 0.03 629 791 911 603 704 739 575 698 711 800 746 814 0.04 643 820 891 570 704 707 549 727 691 797 716 800 0.05 652 786 922 602 692 739 566 709 722 812 750 834 0.06 637 815 889 590 716 717 571 714 689 785 724...

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BIOL 1106 Photosynthesis Lab Questions
1. Hypothesize what you think the outcome of your experiment on photosynthesis will be. Answer: Click here to enter text. 2. Is there evidence that the chloroplasts were able to reduce DPIP in this experiment? If so, what is it? Answer: Click here to enter text. 3. What was the Rate of Photosynthesis for each of the three treatments? Unboiled Light Click here to enter text. Unboiled Dark Click here to enter text. Boiled Light Click here to enter text. 4. What was the R squared value for each of...

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Photosynthesis, Organelles, Plant physiology, Ecosystems, Chloroplast, Click consonant, Oxygen
Biology 1106 Enzyme Activity II Your Experiment
1. (3 pts) In Excel, produce a figure from the means of your 3 replications for each treatment, and paste it below. Make sure to have a title, label the axes, and use the correct units. Figure Caption Means of the three different temperatures used over three trials 2. (4 pts) In Excel, Produce a slope from the STEEPEST portion of the curve from the means of your 4 treatments and provide them below. Treatment Slope 10 degrees celsius 0.194384 37 degrees celsius 0.391985 67 degrees 0.322598 Click...

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State functions, Catalysis, Metabolism, Biomolecules, Enzyme, Temperature, Thermodynamic temperature