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A Difficult Decision
... even place me on the very lowest ofthe social scale. You wonder ... “What in the world could be ... a life to be proud of.
Speaking ofthe other brands, “Soft N ... draw my conclusion that the brilliant scientists of this breakthrough in toilet ... engineers (hillbillies) designed one ofthe best forms of toilet paper. Look at ... thought up the fantastic idea of scented paper like the hillbillies (thereason why, is ... Word Count: 1040 | Page Count: 4
... . I canâ€™t count the amount of times I missed class or ... was afraid, not only because ofthe atmosphere but because you were ... another alternative? The thoughts of seeing your face again. The thoughts ofthe word damage ... care of you. "Here Beth." said the girl remotely. The tears ... in shock and the process of recovering.
"By the sound of your scream ... began to assist me out ofthe dark, crammed hospital. She asked ... Word Count: 1172 | Page Count: 5
... all ofthe legal business that was involved with the deed and the will. The ... white people around. The mayor, the police chief, most ofthe city counsel, my ... felt like less of a man. This is the real reason why he ... .
This place wasn\'t worthy ofthe title restaurant. It was shabby ... because ofthe color of my skin. Reality set in like the impact of a ... a few dishwashers came from the back ofthe restaurant to see what ... Word Count: 3003 | Page Count: 12
... ofthe psychodynamic theory suggests that dysfunctional family interaction is the cause ofthe disorder. The ... sociocultural model attributes the development of eating disorders to the pressures of ... to erosion ofthe lining ofthe esophagus and internal bleeding. The Missouri Department of Mental ... treat eating disorders. The severity ofthe disorders will determine the need for outpatient ... Word Count: 1910 | Page Count: 9
... member of Congress of South African Writers, and even at the height ofthe apartheid ... Gordimer witnessed the increase of white power at the expense ofthe rights ofthe black majority ... to the law-breaking lovers. Boaz, the cuckold, is on the side ofthe struggling ... GUN (1998) Gordimer explored the problems ofthe violence ridden post-apartheid society ... VOICES OFTHE SERPENT, 1952
THE LYING DAYS, 1953
SIX FEET OFTHE ... Word Count: 1107 | Page Count: 6
... song depending on the users modem speed and the length ofthe song requested ... been a significant obstacle. Most ofthe corporations\' view is that there ... receive from the service. The artists would have the option of contacting the users to ... is preferred by many ofthe artists around the country. The fee per track ... .
I have discussed a few ofthe most talked about arguments facing ... Word Count: 676 | Page Count: 3
... strong case that outweighs the negative side. One ofthe main reasons that ... local charities will get some ofthe
revenue created at these ... tourism and government funding.
One ofthe most important reasons why casinos ... this funding.
One more ofthe bonuses of having casinos in Ontario is ... worthy way of doing
many things. The biggest windfall ofthe casinos is the money ... that they bring
both to the ... Word Count: 716 | Page Count: 3
... to compete in the markets ofthe world. In the end the Underwood Tariff ... ofthe relaxation ofthe anti-trust laws, the growth of trade associations, and the businessmen of ... known as the Big Four, including Premier Vittorio Orlando ofItaly, Prime Minister ... ofthe seas, the removal of economic barriers among nations, reductions of armaments, the ending of ... the participation ofthe United States. The League never took off without the support ofthe ... Word Count: 2992 | Page Count: 11
Back to my child-hood when I was still living at my country-home I use
... schools practices this kind of policy if the
students can't afford ... schools I used to watch the students play at their
... wasted a lot of time just to choose the clothes I ... wanted to wear,
and because some of ... It wont tell if the
child is wearing the same clothes everyday ... not give any recognition of
popularity, beside for the shoes. Students sometimes ...
instead of their families and their future.
However, if the school ... Word Count: 428 | Page Count: 2
The Role Catalysts In Chemical Reactions, Their Im
... the rate of a reaction. The catalyst
remains unchanged at the end ofthe reaction. The ... . However because the size ofthe
pores of silica-alumina gels ... Until relatively recently, one ofthe large drawbacks with catalysts ... on the surface ofthe support material, the effective
surface area ofthe reagent ... the fact that the reaction takes place on
the surface ofthe solid therefore the ... solvent only acts as a form of ... Word Count: 995 | Page Count: 5
... often called, are pulled out ofthe core, more neutrons are ... driving conventional heat engines; the beams of radiation are controlled by ... fast neutrons, despite the lower probability of fast neutrons causing fissions ... Pu-239 than the starting configuration.
The initial development of atomic energy ... the same thing but only one is more efficient and because ofthe ... differences in the processes the breeder reactor may ... Word Count: 618 | Page Count: 3
U.S. Constitution Vs. Iriquois Constitution
... the Mohawk Lords. The Mohawk Lords will then report the standing ofthe case to the ... case of a disagreement by the two bodies, or confirm the decisions ofthe two ... and Shoskoharowaneh are the third party. The Purpose ofthe third party is to ... 3 parties in the Iroquois government and the division of powers ofthe United States ... the conclusion that the founders of our constitution had looked and like the ideas ofthe ... Word Count: 774 | Page Count: 4
Dont Judge a Book by the Cover
Dont Judge a Book by the Cover
You Can\'t Tell ... eat. This is not the case. Choice of clothing and eating habits ... necessarily bad or even poor. The particular individual may not care ... judgment because of clothing and what they eat is wrong. The person ... bum may be the best worker around, with the most character. Without ... dirty clothes and eating out ofthe garbage may behave better. This ... Word Count: 611 | Page Count: 5
... either because all ofthe members ofthe species died, the species evolved into ... produce an abundance of offspring, the size ofthe overall population usually ... Genetically determined differences in the characteristics of members ofthe same species.
Natural ... of this important group of insects.
—Edward O. Wilson
The discovery ofthe structure of ... extended the study of evolution to the most fundamental level. The sequence ofthe ... Word Count: 2605 | Page Count: 15
Minor League Baseball: Boom or Bust to Communities
... the presence ofthe Harrisburg
Senators. The most important benefit has been the redevelopment of ... the
highest in the Eastern League. The success ofthe Senator\'s made the
revitalization of ... City Island possible. The ... half ofthe ticket revenue and
all ofthe concession revenue the Suns ... the quality of life
has been the attitude ofthe fans. Unlike the fans at the ... Word Count: 2812 | Page Count: 12
Patient Classification Systems
... for the goodness ofthe grouping
result, the reduction of variance of costs or length of stay ... done with the help ofthe Systat
program . The final version ofthe grouping ... ofthe required treatment environment, the setting. This can lead to the demand of certification ofthe ... of problems at least partially. We need not know e.g. thereason ... 4.Definition ofthe independent variable(s).
5.Choice ofthe dimensions ofthe grouping.
6 ... Word Count: 4649 | Page Count: 41
An End To Genetic Diseases
... this by treating the symptoms ofthe diseases. This allows the people to reproduce ... fibrosis is like the rest ofthe genetic diseases in the fact that you ... with digestion by "blocking the ducts ofthe pancreas, preventing digestive juices ... (CFF). This makes the life ofthe person with the disease miserable. In nature ... 192). There must be a reasonthe embryo is not implanting. It ... Word Count: 4519 | Page Count: 18
... Einstein, although credited as the father ofthe atomic bomb, only lent ... the father ofthe atomic bomb. He directed the laboratory at Los Alamos, where the ... doubt with reason.
Development ofthe bomb through the fission of Uranium and ... a purpose. Robert Oppenheimer was the father ofthe atomic bomb, although Albert ... Word Count: 1070 | Page Count: 5
... opposers of execution, over the morality and
effectiveness ofthe death penalty. The supporters ... Opposers ofthe
death penalty bring up the chance of sentencing the innocent and ... called for execution by the end ofthe 15th century. These ... appealing process is thereason for the excess of inmates on death
... of dealing with violent
criminals. One reason is the risk of executing the ... fly out in the middle ofthe
The gas chamber was ... Word Count: 1300 | Page Count: 7
... doubts everything that there is the slightest reason to doubt. Think about ... exist only in the mind by use ofthe Relativity of Perception Argument. As ... perfect logical sense the way that he obtains many ofthe arguments, and ... a fuzzy one and because ofthe fact that it is different ... by exploring some ofthe options that might be the truth, I do ... a hard time accepting some ofthe conclusions that he states as ... Word Count: 1111 | Page Count: 4
... a brief listing ofthe strengths and weaknesses ofthe Cali cartel. Cali ... the large quantities of cash it generates. Because ofthe sheer scale of ... Baja California, and parts ofthe States of Sinaloa, Sonora, Jalisco, ... Shaffer, 1990). Benjamin coordinates the activities ofthe organization through his brothers: ... brother, is now considered the leader ofthe organization. Vicente is ... the game. The Mexican cartels were just one ofthe rivals for the ... Word Count: 1344 | Page Count: 6
Un-Victorian Tenets of Browning in Karshish Browni
... one ofthe most civilized nations ofthe time, he has seen most ofthe civilized ... , but because ofthe conviction ofthe speaker the audience believe that the miracle did happen ... . “Karshish” contains many ofthe tenets of Browning. One of first tenets noticed is ... ofthe mind through abnormally involved or elliptical syntax. One such example: Thereason ... is prolepsis, or the anticipation ofthe audience’s thoughts by the speaker: “’such cases ... Word Count: 933 | Page Count: 3
Most ofthe problems ofthe United states are related
to the economy. One ofthe major ... issues facing the ... ) The ability ofthe United States Government to raise money to meet the requirements ofthe ... of this system,
is the ability ofthe government to adjust the benefits for
the effects of ... Word Count: 2203 | Page Count: 19
... only one part ofthe brain, than the seizure is diagnosed ... means that only the emotional part ofthe person\'s brain ... no apparent reason. If the seeing and hearing parts ofthe brain ... ofthe medication will have no effect on the seizures at all. Most ofthe ... and Depakene are some ofthe anticonvulsant medications that are ... In these cases the damaged part ofthe brain is simply ... stimulation or excitement ofthe neurons causing the seizure can be ... Word Count: 1753 | Page Count: 7
How would you feel
... stays forever; of course, this depends on how deep the wound is ... nothing could have warned me ofthe horrific event that would change ... was. At the age of six, I was still ignorant ofthe many wounds ... . SPLAT!!!! I felt the slimy cold texture ofthe spit run down my ... people to. This was only the beginning of my profound wound.
From ... Another of my theories was not to get hit by the sun ... on I became fearful of calling out the wrong answer to my ... Word Count: 926 | Page Count: 4
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: Life of Dr. Henry Jekyll
The focal point of this essay is to define the life of Dr ... accused of committing evil acts throughout the novel.
The first scene consists of Mr ... . He represents all the evil in
the world. The reaction of others to him ... been killed for no apparent reason. The murder of
Sir Danvers was seen ... would hate good gentlemen. The only reason why Sir Danvers
dies, was ... is no reason to fight. Since
Mr. Hyde represents the evil in ... Word Count: 769 | Page Count: 3
... person view ofthe 17-year-old, Holden Caulfield. The majority ofthe story is ... compiled of Holden\'s rudimentary monologue of \'complexly ... ofthe story\'s point-of-view. Instead of using the popular - however overrated - style of ... own under the bed. Bipolar Disorder, the more severe ofthe two, is the most ... cases, in a matter of hours.
The examples ofthe previous symptoms are demonstrated ... Word Count: 1630 | Page Count: 7
Water vs oil
... . “Agriculture uses 47% ofthe fresh water available, or about ... industry. This leaves about 10% ofthe water supply for domestic use ... largest energy source, supplying 40% ofthe worlds energy. However, alternate energy ... be found making the use of oil obsolete. Without the discovery of oil, people ... in about 40 years.” The fact ofthe matter is, oil is ... never disappear because ofthe hydrologic cycle or the water cycle. The water cycle ... Word Count: 783 | Page Count: 4
... level, from the fires ofthe flesh to the heartbreaking challenges to the spirit. Set ... writings. All ofthe cruelties and abuses ofthe slaves by the slave owners in ... this reason that we question whether this book is about the life of ... contrast for the overall focus ofthe story line. (i.e. the interactions of Sethe ... . Because ofthe extraordinary, experimental style as well as the intensity ofthe subject matter ... Word Count: 1149 | Page Count: 5
Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president ofthe United States, was very ... important to the past history of our ... , when his concern about the spread of slavery prompted him to return ... , he said:
What constitutes the bulwark of our own liberty and independance ... is in the spirit which prized liberty as the heritage of all men ... spirit and you have planted the seeds of despotism at your own ... Word Count: 251 | Page Count: 2
... preparation for becoming
a clergyman ofthe Church of England. While there, Darwin ... believe in two prevailing ideas ofthe time. The first theory was
that ... first idea ofthe
theory of evolution through natural selection. For the next twenty ... the long title of On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection,
or the ... Preservation of ... Word Count: 765 | Page Count: 4
Gun Control Overview
... some reason are
using the 10th amendment to ignore the Brady Bill. The 10th ... . In fact the NRA's lobbying efforts are thereason it
took thirteen ... year to pass the Brady Bill and the why the ... while it would disarm the civilians ofthe country.
The NRA has sent many ... lie in the middle, most near the
ideas ofthe Canadian system of gun control ... and hobby are the
main (and should be the only) reason for a ... Word Count: 2628 | Page Count: 10
George Washington Could Not Afford To End Slavery
... feelings about slavery. In the last year ofthe war and thereafter, ... 5, "The
scheme... to encourage the emancipation ofthe black people of this Country ... from that
state of ... , is a striking evidence ofthe benevolence of
your Heart. I shall ... diffuse itself generally
into the minds ofthe people of this country; but I ... and caring for the slaves is yet another reason why this
man ... Word Count: 1829 | Page Count: 7
... all the time. It is the speech ofthe
illiterate, the preliterate, the children, and the poor ... in other parts ofthe world. The
vernacular also shows the rural, uneducated ... One
example of satire is in the Grangerford episode ofThe
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn ... in
the book themselves. His masterful use ofthe vernacular
portrays the speech of ... early rural America. Twainâ€™s use ofthe ... Word Count: 1379 | Page Count: 15
... some time during the year 1572. The exact date of his birth ... not get degrees at any ofthe universities that he attended, ... received a degree of divinity from the University of Cambridge and was ... More was, ironically, the niece of Lady Egerton.The secret marriage diminished ... for marrying Ann More. One ofthe most traumatic experiences that Donne ... faced was the death of his wife. Ann died ... very much and mourned the death of her loss. They were ... Word Count: 413 | Page Count: 2
The Spanish Inquisition
... " and Catholic The Medieval Inquisition started in France and Italy. During this ... time a group of people called the Albigensies ... lived in northern Italy and southern ... in the Kingdom of Aragon. This was before theunificationof Spain took place. The office of ... up to the expulsion ofthe Jews from Spain, but the major reason is described ... Word Count: 1956 | Page Count: 8
The Alembic of Art is the chapter of My Antonia The Road Home that ... in Widow Steaven\'s account ofthe birth of Antonia\'s child. Also ... ofthe paintings Cather saw were reminiscences of Nebraska in the primitive huts of mud ... women. Cather associates Antonia with the paintings of Jean-Francois Millet. These ... could see some ofthe biblical references while reading the novel, but I ... Word Count: 662 | Page Count: 3
... to the woman and men in the participating countries so the risks of this ... off without anesthetic, the clitoris and most ofthe external genitalia. This is ... practiced in a broad area from the ... are carved away, the bleeding raw edges ofthe libia majora are held ... forms to close the entrance to the vagina. The legs ofthe little girl are ... tied together for several weeks until the ... Word Count: 460 | Page Count: 3
The Great Depression ravaged Americas economy. Un-
... . People suddenly had jobs, the un-employment percent dropped
dramatically ... We were
finally coming out ofthe depression.
When men went off ... left to take up the jobs
that the men left behind. ... Now women were allowed out ofthe house to make a living ... meant increased cash flow into the household and thus they ... massive quantities of metal to keep up with the
demand of it. Metal ... was used in almost everything related to the ... Word Count: 254 | Page Count: 2
... by Porter Alexander and offered the idea of guerrilla warfare. Lee forcefully ... finally rejected the idea of this. He saved countless lives of his soldiers ... what will become ofthe women and children ofthe South if we are ... more fighting, the history books would be telling of more bloodshed and ... division between the North and the South.
After the ... become an executive and live the rest of his life in a ... Word Count: 591 | Page Count: 3
Populists v Progressives
... alliance ofthe farmers ofthe West and South with the industrial workers ofthe East. The party ... the free coinage of silver along with the abolition of national banks. Another aspect ofthe ... . They urged the adoption ofthe secret ballot, direct primaries, the initiative, the referendum, and ... direct election of senators ... Word Count: 750 | Page Count: 4
... of accidents.
The early history and use of implants showed no ill effects ofthe ... felt that there was a reason
to do so. (Bruning ... increased by the way they look. With the
help ofthe sexual revolution ... " (Bruning 6).
With the development ofthe silicone implant there came about ... the only reason why she decided to get the surgery.
A witness for the ... the
club ofthe attractive and well endowed" (Bruning 27).
In September of 1991 the ... Word Count: 1665 | Page Count: 8
... theories contradict beliefs in the Bible. One ofthe major theories that ... started it all was that of Natural ... created a diversity of characteristics in all the genera of beings alive. ... on this planet for no reason other than to protect ... other than instinct inherited through the generations of existence.
Works ... Clark, Malcolm. “Selections From the Writings of Charles Darwin.” Change and
... Word Count: 424 | Page Count: 3
... , explaining the significance ofthe mother-infant interaction within the overall framework of attachment behaviour ... as a consequence ofthe temperamental characteristics ofthe child. However, the classification may vary ... characteristics of attachment behaviours: Firstly, the infant seeks the closeness and proximity ofthe caregiver ... . Secondly, that the infant ... Word Count: 2306 | Page Count: 10
EMILY DICKINSON AND UNCLE WALT
... greatest innovators, they each changed the face of American literature. they are ... and sociable, Whitman shares the ideas of William Cullen Bryant, everyone ... Whitman 347). Whitman exemplifies the American values of equal opportunity. Uncle Walt ... sound my barbaric yawp over the roofs ofthe world.”(Whitman 359 ... )
Emily Dickinson on the other hand ... in many of her works. The metaphors the she uses help the reader to ... Word Count: 470 | Page Count: 3
... a result ofthe expansion ofthe national market after completion ofthe nation-wide ring ... increase in the supply of money, which, combined with the destruction ofthe much ofthe subsistence ... revival ofthe state, the destruction of assets, and the mass displacement and partial return ofthe ... are really worth the effort of taxation, while the rest ofthe economy is hardly ... much in the way of governance and services. For this very reason, Afghanistan ... Word Count: 1966 | Page Count: 9
George Bernard Shaw and Pygmalion
... received through his marriage and the royalties ofthe plays, Shaw became very ... beliefs he believed the war was a result ofthe failure of capitalism. His ... by each ofthe characters differ but the desired outcome is the same. This ... was social class, at the end ofthe drama, the largest gulf is primarily ... Shaw does not allow the happy ending ofthe legend to occur in ... money.
The spiritual philosophy of Mr. Alfred Dolittle is one ofthe most remarkable ... Word Count: 2490 | Page Count: 11
Why Stalin Was Able To So Decisively Win The Power
... seize power and exile Trotsky. Thereason for Stalin\'s success over ... ofthe most prominent figures on the Georgian communist scene, rising to the top ofthe ... to blame for the failure ofthe German Communist revolt of 1923. The party was ... blame for the rupture of diplomatic relations with Britain, the assassination ofthe Soviet ambassador ... in Warsaw, and the crushing ofthe Chinese Communist ... Word Count: 2168 | Page Count: 9
The Deep End Of The Ocean The Deep End OfThe Ocean
The Deep End ofthe Ocean
In the film The Deep End ofthe Ocean ... who take care of him. At the end ofthe film Ben understood that ... , her husband, also paid the consequence ofthe miscommunication problem and in different ... him the pardon.
Even thou the lost ofthe child were the main conflict ofthe movie ... , to me the most ... Word Count: 852 | Page Count: 4
... both part ofthe psychologist's mode of operation.
However, even the greatest of psychologists ... sex wants to be with the parent ofthe other sex, for girls ... with
the parent ofthe same sex. The next stage is called the stage of Latency ... . A
lack of ... . Piaget, Jean, et al. The Psychology ofThe Child. Berkeley and Los
Angeles ... Word Count: 1681 | Page Count: 8