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... that lets the hammer strike the string and leave the string free to vibrate. The hammer ... one ofthe main manufacturers in England.
As the seven-year war purged Germany of ... its musical minds, so the French ... . To sum up, theeffectofthe piano was detestable.”2
The upright piano soon ... not yet as distinguished. Until thewarof 1812 against England, when all ... Word Count: 2333 | Page Count: 10
Harry Shippe Truman
and piano playing.
Harry graduated as the class of \'01 out of High School and ... . He had thee debts andthe prospect of his
marriage to Bess made ... fighting and beet the Germans. They turned into one ofthe
best batteries in thewar ... dropped and men no longer had the money to
buy the type of clothes ... that Harry and his ... , and fixed the town roads by building 376 miles of
paved road for the ... Word Count: 1616 | Page Count: 7
... quick fix I push the milk to the side and grabbed some left ... put it in the microwave and slammed the door shut, and set it on ... teeth, grabbed my jacket, and was out the door. I jump into ... think much of it. I figured he probably went to the corner ... into my car and took the usual route to the neighborhood deli. I ... cut short by a wall of ambulances and yellow Police line do ... day of October 3rd 2000 like a big slap in the face ... Word Count: 555 | Page Count: 3
The GI BILL
... the Readjustment Benefits Act of 1966.
The significance ofthe G.I. Bill to the social and ... economic development ofthe ... , the availability of low-interest mortgages is widely credited with facilitating the post-war ... housing boom and growth of suburbs. Developments such ... between $5.00 and $12.50 in the form of increased taxes paid ... Word Count: 503 | Page Count: 3
... the growing dominance of Realism in the arts andthe rapid advancement of science and ... mysticism, death, andthe emotional nature of human beings. Wordsworth ... the focus of Romantic painters.
Romantic painters rebelled against the objectivity and composure ofthe ... prevailing Neoclassic style. The art is colorful, expressive, and full of ... of rules of art forms, imagination rather than reason, and expression ofthe ... Word Count: 616 | Page Count: 3
... can also effect
people\'s outlook on life and on people in ... the military, so even when countries aren\'t at war,
they can cause ... death just by being selfish. The United ... . It is true the poverty is a main causeof world hunger but ... it isn\'t
the only cause. If the economy ... was serving the people and not the other ... Word Count: 1900 | Page Count: 8
... and structural features. (World Book, 1986).
This essay aims to describe the four ... theories of motivation, Instinct theory ... is the study ofthe biological basis for the social behaviour of humans and other animals ... that sociobiologists overestimate the influence of biology and underestimate the influence of culture. (Deverell, A ... Word Count: 1260 | Page Count: 7
... the idea of euthansia.because I believe in god and I believe in the ... people argue that its the for the best and just that story proves ... it wrong. Doctor kovorkian thought the same and society saw it differently ... andthe whole nine yards. After the treatments the doctor didnt see no progress and ... told him andthe family ... and couldnt eat at all. The doctor kept on with the chemo therapy andthe ... Word Count: 447 | Page Count: 2
Rip Van Winkle
... before and after the American Revolutionary war. Musclat best describes Rip because of all ofthe ... of perpetual club ofthe sages, philosophers, and other idle personages ofthe village?? In the group, the ... , the author excellently expressed the central idea ofthe short story. The explanation of character andthe use of ... specific information form the ... Word Count: 1151 | Page Count: 5
... the sixteenth century the histories of England, Scotland, and Ireland. It is from the Historie of ... too cold for hell. I\'ll
With the king\' ... the viewer cannot help ignoring the serious tone ofthe scene and laughing at the ... irony in his choice of words. The ... results in the desired effect. While expanding upon the irony of Macbeth, ... clearly presented. On the irony and symbolism ofthe play, alone, entire ... Word Count: 1296 | Page Count: 6
Burton and his Auter
... indebted to the German Expressionism ofthe twenties. Sharp contrasts of light and dark, extended ... shadows, and distorted ... world, the one of business and pain from the death of his mother and father, to ... even more effect to what is already there. “[...] The extraordinary success of both ... /userpages/joel/timburton
Electronic Library Free Encyclopedia. Online. April 8, 2000 ... Word Count: 2436 | Page Count: 9
... more with their children and students.
I think teenagers ... about pregnancy and STDs. I think the percentages for ... them that the number of partners increases the risk of not only ... smoking and about drugs. But where is the commercial ... for teen pregnancy and sex. That is giving kids and teens the ... impression that those are the ... , and teens and kids alike need to understand that.
The only ... Word Count: 336 | Page Count: 2
In Saving Jessica, Did Laurlene McDaniel Accuratel
... cause chronic kidney failure. (Kunz 690) There are more common causes of ... kidney failure than strep throat. The most common cause in the United ... States is diabetes mellitus. (Schawb and Bartholomay ... fit the profile of many diseases and medical problems, but the itchiness was the clue ... been too long andthe novel would lose its effect.
McDaniel writes all ... Word Count: 1543 | Page Count: 6
The Ghost Dance
... back the dead and bring back the ways ofthe Indians. During those times the Indians ... man had control ofthe supplies and food that the Indians received. The white man ... bringing together of tribes. Many ofthe tribes before were enemies, causeofthe white man ... coming in, they joined sides and became allies. Many ofthe ... ofthe dead, it was a bringing back ofthe customs andthe way of life that the ... Word Count: 1868 | Page Count: 6
Langston Hughes: A Poet Supreme
... of short poems that play effect off eachother. Western literacy thought values the ... long form, the novel ... and dominating forces who enforce (sometimes under the rubric offree enterprise) all manners of ... aware ofthe dichotomy of content and aestetic and also of moral disaster of ignoring the reality and repercussions of ... Word Count: 2403 | Page Count: 10
100 Years Of Solitude
the Liberal cause: land reform, anticlericalism, andthe ?aspiration for equality of rights
between natural and ... new burst of pride and power. He decides to end the civil war by ... force rather
than negotiation. Aureliano's cynicism and ... debauched view ofthe ... corrupt cynic, and ultimately dies a dispassionate loner. The civil war causes him ... Word Count: 879 | Page Count: 4
... passed the bill andthe Gulf of Tonkin
resolution, the US did not declare war, but ... the people who supported theWar, andthe Doves who disliked thewar. The Hawks though disliked LBJ’s ofthe ... slowly
sending in the ... of North Vietnam’s industry and transportation system was destroyed in thewar.
The south suffered the ... Word Count: 1720 | Page Count: 6
History of the taker Gluckauf
... forces behind the evolution of tankers were the demand for oil andthe growing competition ... the banks ofthe Tyne River, the shipyard is most famous the being the largest builder of ... War I.
While enroute to New York on March 29, 1893 the ... the present day needs. The station disappeared from the records entering World War II; the ... site was abandoned in 1946. The first records ofthe United ... Word Count: 1217 | Page Count: 7
Bigger\'s many acts of violence are, in effect, a quest for ... andthe black communities have robbed him of dignity, identity, and individuality. The human side ofthe ... , and for the most part Bigger relates more to the faceless mass ofthe buildings andthe ... mute body ofthe city than ... a period of growth and learning, recognition of self-worth andofthe worth of others, then ... Word Count: 857 | Page Count: 3
... many ofthe laws and rights that he had brought back. Members ofthe senate ... . (Jones, 1986) He renewed the laws of treason and encouraged informers so that ... coinage in Rome and handed back to the people the election of magistrates. (http ... and acted accordingly. For the elite, this situation proved intolerable and ensured the blackening of ... Caligula\'s name in the historical record ... Word Count: 1060 | Page Count: 5
... Hiroshima during World
War II. The bomb destroyed the city on August ... reason.
Development ofthe bomb through the fission of Uranium and Plutonium has come ... Word Count: 1070 | Page Count: 5
John F Kennedy
... to the chance ofwar, if we are to
maintain the peace. . . . Diplomacy and defense ... deal with the escalating ColdWar, the Cuban Missle Crisis, Civil
Rights, Recession and Inflation ... the
longest and strongest period of economic expansion for that period of time, and
new and ...
some form of political office. Interesting to note theeffect his wisdom and
advice ... could have affected the way the United ... Word Count: 1857 | Page Count: 9
A Difficult Decision
... . Larson
A Difficult Decision
Throughout each of our lives, we ... part of life, without them we wouldn’t learn the difference between hot andcold ... or right and wrong. The decisions we ... very unhealthy and even place me on the very lowest ofthe social scale ... one ofthe best forms of toilet paper. Look at the name again and you ... Word Count: 1040 | Page Count: 4
... pass songs back and forth to each other for free. Just about ... song depending on the users modem speed andthe length ofthe song requested. Although ... Napster seems harmless and great ... CD or getting the same songs downloaded for free what would you ... do? Opposition by the major record ... that those who scream the loudest for free music are most able ... Word Count: 676 | Page Count: 3
... preserve the extinction of rainforests. These exotic animals and plants that hold the ... take for granted most ofthe time and we have used ever ... yet only one percent ofthe knows plant and animal species have been ... twenty or twenty five percent ofthe plant and animal species in these ... destroyed.” (Page 4)
Much ofthe plant and animals of our world comes from ... forest. Millions of different kinds of plants and animals roam the present day rainforests ... Word Count: 907 | Page Count: 6
The President of the US
The position of President was created during and immediately after the Revolutionary War under ... laws called the ... Articles of Confederation. The name ... the help of his whole office, andthe whole branch, andthe whole government, and in the end, the ... Word Count: 1259 | Page Count: 6
... roamed the prairies and plains in search of buffalo. The
Iroquoian speaking tribes the Huron andthe ... and up
from the sides ofthe massive head; and slimmer hindquarters. A mature bull ofthe ... ) have been caught. The Atlantic salmon migrates to cold, fresh water in ... beer is part ofthe game, but that is another
essay topic. Hockey ... and pride, and ceremonial horse shows, andthe Mounties have been the
subject of many stories and ... Word Count: 2411 | Page Count: 11
... droplets of rain fell directly on my face and clothes. I tasted the ... attention and focus towards you. I canâ€™t count the amount of times ... . The distant noises began to stir my imagination, noises of cries and swift ... running feet. I was afraid, not only because ofthe ... into the uncomfortable chair. I was still in shock andthe process of recovering ... .
"By the sound of your scream ... Word Count: 1172 | Page Count: 5
Evil over Good
... .) At first Eve resists the allure ofthe apple andthe knowledge that comes with ... the persuasive serpent, thus departing from the realm ofthe innocent and stepping into the evil. The ... simple act of Eve eating the ... evoked through the elevated style andthe comprehensiveness ofthe council scene. The departure of Satan is ... Word Count: 1162 | Page Count: 5
Ritalin and Its Uses
... , with the disorder.
Ritalin as prescribed is taken orally, and takes effect in ... about 30
minutes and lasts for about ... thecause for the
Many people are concerned with the non-medical use of ...
drug, and in the same category as cocaine, methadone, and methamphetamines. The
Manufacturer of Ritalin ... manufacture illegally, and
it doesn't create the euphoric effect that cocaine has ... Word Count: 1393 | Page Count: 6
Capitalism in early America
... to cultural values and ideology. This essay will explore the social changes ... food riots and price controls; the American Revolution; andthe Constitution. . The adverse effect on society ... levied in the colonies to pay for the king\'s war. These ... meat and bread. Both the poor and artisans felt that the operations ofthefree market worked ... .
The Constitution ofthe United States reflects the social changes cause by the emergence of capitalism ... Word Count: 1754 | Page Count: 7
... ;risk free" by many financial scholars. (Stein p. 198) The ability ofthe ... of people, andthe
amount of money, that those who are recipients of Social
security effect, andthe ... advantages of ... Social Security
become obvious: it has taken a group of ... Word Count: 2203 | Page Count: 19
Booker T. Washington
... working in the fields. Freed after the American Civil War, he went ... whom she had married during thewar.
At about age 16 ... of vocational training did not meet the changing needs of industry, andthe harsh reality of ... discrimination prevented most of ... raged in both the South andthe North, the most sensational taking ... Monroe Trotter, the militant editor ofthe Boston Guardian, and Ida Wells-Barnett ... Word Count: 1169 | Page Count: 5
Communism's Effects On The USSR
... on the Soviet Union during the years oftheColdWar. They were very negative, and as ... on the Soviet Union during the years oftheColdWar. They were very negative, and as ... on the Soviet Union during the years oftheColdWar. They were very negative, and as ... on the Soviet Union during the years oftheColdWar. They were very negative, and as ... on the Soviet Union during the years oftheColdWar. They were very negative, and as ... Word Count: 3040 | Page Count: 9
... humor and terror, comedy and tragedy, and reveals in the process the perversions ofthe human character andof ... society gone mad.
The ... first stroke of ... weaving of comedy and tragedy.
Final examples ofthe horrifically humorous absurdity ofthe novel are the ... Word Count: 1630 | Page Count: 7
... the origin of rocks happened through slow processes and time by gathering observations, the ... his farm and land in Scotland,. The principle of uniformitarianism, the principle that Hutton ... the principle is excepted now, and is the basis for a lot of geography and ... biology that followed, the theory ... .
"We find no vestige of ... Word Count: 199 | Page Count: 2
... essay, we will use two examples of risks to show the distinction between
the ... two and arrive ... lottery ticket and does not win
the lottery. The second is of a ... before us and relate the
definitions to them. In the process of doing ... and which is not.
Risks in the example: the lottery andthe AIDS cure
If the ... average person on the street ... Word Count: 914 | Page Count: 5
... portrayed the wolf as a threat to human existence. Feared as cold ... -blooded killers, they were hated and persecuted. Wolves ... in the case of one ofthe wolf families in Yellowstone. Following the illegal killing ofthe ... the symbolic act of restoring a relationship of respect and cooperation with nature, the actions of ... capture and relocation do ... Word Count: 2931 | Page Count: 16
... against Rome, the Social Warof 91-87 B.C., and was crushed by ... and economic life ofthe city. It had the Temple of Apollo, the Temple of Vespasian, the Sanctuary ofthe ... is an optical effect stronger than the one ofthe First Style. The Third Style ... is an optical effect stronger than the one ofthe First Style. The Third Style ... is an optical effect stronger than the one ofthe First Style. The Third Style ... Word Count: 7578 | Page Count: 25
Mental Health Refore: What It Would Really Take
... the area of mental illness treatment. Unfortunately this isn\'t the case in the ... are often picking up the mentally ill and they are not trained ... because he was terrified of phantom voices instead ofthe correct treatment budget ... to her death under the wheels ofthe train. The article also discusses some ... companies that make millions and millions of dollars could afford to ... provide equal physical and mental coverage. In the ... Word Count: 637 | Page Count: 3
... of how the language works. Silently, the child is internalizing the patterns and sounds ofthe ... target language. When the child ... has decoded enough ofthe ... language have a powerful effect on their caregivers and they soon develop ... all ofthe senses are operational. Babies reacts to pain, heat, coldand certainly ... Word Count: 1885 | Page Count: 8
The Great Gatspy
... of his work
include The Beautiful and Damned andThe Love ofthe Last Tycoon. At the age of ... had suffered spiritually
from the effects of World War I, yet life in ... America became a time of ... material demand. The ... complete
opposite. Daisy possesses a cold heart with little concern for ... tell the story of Gatsby\'s history contributes to
the overall dramatic effect. His ... Word Count: 2158 | Page Count: 7
Kerouac and Tyler, On the Road and Saint Maybe
... , the nature of family and how it too affects the course of life.
The journey ofthe seventeen ... The Church ofthe Second Chance. For Ian, the driving force of life is the Church ofthe ... the religion of atonement and complete forgiveness… It’s the religion ofthe Second Chance” (pg. 124). And ... and Tyler make this notion visible to the readers.
ps. My essay is ... original. The one on ... Word Count: 2112 | Page Count: 9
Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president ofthe United States, was very ... important to the past history of our ... country and kept the American Union from splitting apart during the Civil War.
At ... said:
What constitutes the bulwark of our own liberty and independance? It is ... . Destroy this spirit and you have planted the seeds of despotism at your ... Word Count: 251 | Page Count: 2
Following The Dream
... . The problem is the attempt to correct the effects of
racism, without eliminating thecauseof racism ... itself. In order to eliminate racism and ...
achieve the ultimate dream of ... justice and equality of all people ... Word Count: 630 | Page Count: 3
The First Triumphate
... January 1998
The First Triumvirate andThe Second Triumvirate
The First Triumvirate andThe Second Triumvirate ... Caesar
and Marcus Licinius Crassus. They also found common cause with
Pompey the ... a war with the Parthian Empire,
was defeated and killed a short period of ... most ofthe western provinces and
Antony was in control of most ofthe eastern ... out for the welfare of each other, andthe people around them.
The Second ... Word Count: 1262 | Page Count: 12
1984: Government's Attempt to Control The Mind and
... controlling the minds and
thoughts ofthe people." (page 6). To the corrupted government ... Through the control ofthe mind and body the government attempts, any hopes of achieving ... demonstrated
as fully as the devastation of language andthe elimination ofthe past." (Kazin,
... 1984). Kazin also states in his essay ... is through the use ofthe totalitarian society
andthe rebel, and as stated ... Word Count: 1180 | Page Count: 6
A tree grows in brooklyn
... of poignant family relationships and childhood and also of grim privation. The story revolves around the ... protagonist ofthe story ... and Brooklyn itself. The hope in the novel is shown symbolically in the "The "Tree of ... not just the absence of food or comfort, it is the direct cause for ... Uncle Flittman to leave, Johnny\'s utter nothingness and ... Word Count: 1606 | Page Count: 7
The Downfall of Macbeth
... . Banquo hears the witches\' words and tells Macbeth:
The instruments of darkness tell us ... ship about on the seas. This in turn will cause his sleeplessness ... to the sailor. The witch can toss the ship about but she cannot cause ... sinking nor can she directly causethe sailor to go without sleep ... . She must causethe sailor\'s misery indirectly by ... magically cause an increase in his desires. He willingly committed the crimes ... Word Count: 1023 | Page Count: 5
The Scarlet Letter: Much Symbolism
The Scarlet Letter is a book of much symbolism. One ofthe most complex
and ... misunderstood symbols in the book ... is Pearl, the daughter of Hester ... changing. In the following essay, I will explore some ofthe symbolism
which Pearl ... case, Pearl
symbolized the decimation of Hester\'s life and mental state.
Although ... Word Count: 534 | Page Count: 3