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Retinal Vascular Imaging Essay
Abstract
Retinal vascular imaging is useful in detecting Microvasular abnormalities. It shows several predictors
of diseases and potential for understanding other markers that might fit into what happens when we
age, develop a disease or health issue. Retinal and cerebral microvasculature have common
physiological properties. They are highly similar metabolic active tissues, and are homologous in
structure. There are at least two viewing forms for retinal vasculature 2D and 3D . 2D being more flat
while 3D shows outlines, fuller imager quality and in depth structures of the retina. Retinal imaging
has been helpful in several diagnoses of health such as hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, obesity
and the effects of aging. Outlook for retinal vascular imaging looks good as it is being applied to new
ideas and concepts.
Introduction
Microvasular veins are some of the small veins in our body, referred to as vessels that form a network
between the arterioles and venules located in the retina and body. The micro vasculatures of the brain
and retina have common physiological properties, they both have high metabolic active tissues,
similar embryological origins and are homologous (Meier, M. H. et al, 2013). Both vascular networks
share similar vascular regulatory processes (Lassen, 1964; Hardy et al. 1997; Delaey Van de ... Show
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Quite a number of health issues such retinal arteriolar narrowing has a strong correlation with
coronary artery occulusion, venular dilation used as a predictor of clinical stroke and cardiovascular
disease. (Liew, G.et al, 2008). Microvasular abnormalities that are viewed when using retinal vascular
imaging, can provide insight to our body, which we still only know very minimally about. There are
tons diseases and health issues that still have no warning signs or
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South Africa And Its Effects On The West African Countries
The WHO hopes that the disease will subside in the remaining West African countries. There has been
significant progress in Liberia and some progress in Guinea. The WHO is concerned, despite this
progress, because they fear the international community will stop sending their support. Dr. Bruce
Aylward, the WHO assistant director general, told reporters that the virus can be stopped, but it will
take more work and support in order to do so (Cumming Bruce). This is one example of the WHO
communicating to the media, but more outreach to the public is needed.
Cause of Problem and Facts The decrease in number of new cases of Ebola caused the WHO to
become concerned that the international community would stop sending their support to West Africa.
Margaret Chan, the WHO director general, states that complacency will be our enemy, and we need to
continue to do more to get to zero (Schnirring). The three main countries affected still need support to
fully recover from the outbreak, and Mali, one of the newest affected countries, is still in need of
support as their numbers of new cases are still rising every day (Schnirring).
Significance to the Organization The organization is experiencing negative press as many believe that
they did not respond fast enough to the situation since it did not declare Ebola a public health
emergency until August, five months after the initial outbreak. If the WHO does not get the support
they need in order to stop the epidemic, they will suffer
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Naga Mandali In Naga-Mandala
In Naga Mandala,Karnad has borrowed the main plot of the story of Rani from The Serpent Lover
which he had heard long ago from Professor A.K. Ramnujan (1992 1993). This tale was later collected
in A Flowering Tree and other Oral Tales from India, Published posthumously in 1997. The deviation
made in the play from original the folk tale can be traced thus:
Rani in the play is depicted as a young and beautiful girl, whereas in the folk tale Kamakshi is a girl
who is very patient. In the play the old lady named as Kurudavva, who is blind, offers two pieces of
magical roots to Rani. She pays a visit to Rani s house by taking the help of her son, whereas the old
woman of the folk tale lives next to Rani s house and is not described as a blind woman. In the
original tale, Kamakshi is not much concerned about her husband going to a concubine, she leaves
everything on the will of God. She says, let them be happy with anyone he wants , so long he accepts
her as his wife. In the play Rani feel like Kamakshi only when the magical potion turns red.
There is another major change in the play: In the play the snake only comes at night through the
bathroom drainage. This adds horror in the mind of the spectator, whereas in the myth the snake
approaches directly from the front door of Kamakshi s house by transforming himself as her husband
with exactly the same voice and physical appearance. It is also noticed that the pregnancy of
Kamakshi is first observed and
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Taking a Look at Flu H5N1
################################################# Part 2
################################### There are multiple different sources for epidemiological
measures used for tracking and reporting the number of cases. There are websites where you can go to
post confirmed cases in areas, where that information is then taken and calculated. There are also
places that provide charts for the amount of confirmed outbreaks and then separates them from human
cases and avian cases. But the best types of reports available are the map tracking ones. Where they
give distinction marks for avian and human cases and all over the different areas of the world. This is
very handy for seeing how bad and large an outbreak is and what species is affected, whether it is
humans or birds. The incidence rate is a measure of morbidity and number of infected worldwide,
looking over the past 10 years. Over the past ten years there have 650 infected.(Yu Chan, 2014). This
is not a large number because of the fact it is not spread through human to human contact but through
already infected poultry. The prevalence rate is the number of current/existing cases worldwide. The
United States has yet to have a confirmed outbreak because we set such high regulations on the meat
we sell in our markets, thus preventing a large outbreak from hitting our country. The mortality rate is
the number of deaths caused by the H5N1 virus worldwide. For
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Effects Of Neoliberalism
On February 17th I joined The Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP) in their march to City hall
in protest for their immediate goal of more warming centers and shelters. Of no coincidence the date
of the march fell strategically on the same day that Toronto chambers would be deciding on the Cities
budget. Preceding the march, OCAP members, and supporters gathered at the corner of Queen and
Sherbourne (the North East corner of Moss Park) and huddled around speakers rally cries for
homeless justice before heading west along Queen street towards city hall. The energy of march was
well organized, and no unrest ensued, chants demanding immediate action to open more shelters
reverberated through the crowd as we marched on. During the march I ... Show more content on
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So, although many theorists hold that public space is absolutely essential for the function of
democratic politics it is interesting to contemplate whether or not public protest is the proper venue for
the homeless, and if not public protest than what avenue may be used by the homeless to create
socioeconomic change (Ruppert, 2006). Occupy Wall Street (OWS), a movement ignited throughout
the globe in 2011 is arguably a protest movement that successfully captured the public s attention and
was a protest on behalf of the 99%, that not only included homeless people but was made up by
unemployed in dept college graduates, workers struggling with illness, immigrants supporting
families, and those who encompass the struggling middle class. OWS was an incredible movement
that enthused people with homes to live outside of their homes and with homeless people , bringing
together the most marginalized within society and the middle class together (Kohn, 2013, p. 106).
OWS is an example in which poverty and the homeless agenda was taken seriously as it successful
was incorporated amongst other agendas. Unfortunately, this is a sad predicament, as it is an example
illuminating that homelessness on its own will not be
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Essay on Hypochondriasis as A Mental Disorder
Hypochondriasis as A Mental Disorder
Headache = Tumor. Cough = Tuberculosis. Mole = Skin Cancer. Such is the thought process of a
hypochodriac. As defined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual IV (DSM IV), hypochondriasis is
an unrealistic interpretation of one s bodily sensations as abnormal, leading to the fear and belief that
one has a serious disease (1). This preoccupation with having a serious medical condition is one of the
somatoform disorders and may be considered more as a symptom than a disease. In fact,
hypochondriacal symptoms often appear as a part of other mental disorders, including forms of
depression or schizophrenia (2). For this reason, a close investigation of hypochondriacal behavior is
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With numbers such as these, the issue of understanding more about these symptoms has become
important within the medical world. These pursuits have resulted in four etiologic theories regarding
hypochondriasis, a combination of which could hold the answers to this disorder.
The first of these theories relates to the amplification of normal bodily sensations, or when individuals
...attribute pathologic meanings to normal somatic sensations and functions. An example of this would
be to attribute swollen lymph nodes to a malignant disease, as opposed to a simple viral infection. The
consequences mostly affect the individual s psychological and behavioral well being, which leads to
the focus of the second theory. Based on Freud s psychodynamic hypotheses, there is a belief that
unconscious conflicts are the result of traumatic or frustrating childhood experiences being
reawakened in adult life by similar stress or frustration. Consequently, particularly high stress/tension
situations could arouse subconscious feelings of guilt, anxiety, and fear for a person, and their inability
to express these emotions verbally may lead to physical manifestations of conflict.
The remaining two theories take a more behavioral oriented approach. The third
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Role of Identity in Mary Shelleys Frankenstein Essays
In past and present, society has always put an emphasis on external appearance as opposed to inner
personality. As a result, social classes are formed, such as upper and lower, wherein members of each
class must uphold the norms defined by the prestige of the class. Upper classes are deemed to be
perfect, as they contain the wealthy and the beautiful. This class distinction is heightened in Gothic
literature where emotions and the persona of the characters are externalized. Emotions are literalized
as characters, supernatural phenomena, and the protagonist and antagonist roles.
Victor Frankenstein s upbringing in a perfect society ultimately led to the destruction of his life which
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He experienced the burden of loneliness by living in a superficial society and did not have the
character to cope with it. For Victor, parenting had become an issue of possession, ownership and self
exaggeration.
The issue of parenting soon became an obsession with power. This need of power led Victor to create
what he believed would be a beautiful human being. But he failed to see that combining the most
beautiful human features does not necessarily create a beautiful human being. He was inspired by
scientists who ...acquired new and almost limitless powers... (Shelley, Frankenstein, P. 47). Victor
sought this unlimited power to the extent of taking the role of God. He not only penetrated nature, but
also he assumed power of reproduction in a maniacal desire to harness these modes of reproduction in
order to become acknowledged, respected, and obeyed as a father. While bringing his creation into the
world he was himself alienated from society, and isolated himself from the community. Isolation and
parental neglect cause viciousness within man. Because of his upbringing, Victor had no sense of
empathy, and therefore could not realize the potential harm he was creating towards himself and his
creation. The sole purpose of his project was an attempt to gain power, but instead of power Victor
realized that a morally irresponsible
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VALUE AND RISK MANAGEMENT PROTOCOL FOR DYNAMIC
BRIEF...
Emirates Journal for Engineering Research, 10 (2), 23 36 (2005)
(Regular Paper)
VALUE AND RISK MANAGEMENT PROTOCOL FOR DYNAMIC
BRIEF DEVELOPMENT IN CONSTRUCTION
A.A.E. OTHMAN
Department of Social Services and Commercial Buildings, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
aothman@emirates.net.ae (Received August 2005 and accepted November 2005)
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This is attributed to the limitations of the current briefing approaches, which confine the development
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project brief to a certain stage. This perspective hinders the interaction between the client and the
designer and impedes exploiting value opportunities and managing risk threats caused by brief
development drivers. In order to overcome the limitations of the current briefing approaches, the
Dynamic Brief Development (DBD) concept was developed. This concept supports and encourages
brief development throughout the project life cycle as an approach to achieve client satisfaction and
respond in an innovative manner to the brief development drivers, improve the briefing process, and to
manage change orders effectively [6].
Permitting brief development to take place without establishing the procedures that control its
development leaves the project brief uncontrolled and jeopardise achieving client s satisfaction.
Because brief development can add value or risk to the project or could add both, the well established
methodologies of Value Management (VM) and Risk Management
(RM) are the most appropriate tools to manage dynamic brief development. Since better value could
not be achieved unless associated risks have been managed, both methodologies
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Girls And 10 Things I Hate About You
Life as a teenager is arguably the most confusing, difficult, and stressful time in a person s life. There
is a great amount of expectations and insecurities placed on teens that hinder them from being active
participants in the world. They must undergo all of the changes of young adult life to develop into
successful members of society. In the 1990 s and the 2000 s, two separate films were released that
depict the cultural norms, social expectations, and developments of teenagers at that period of time.
Those two films, Mean Girls and 10 Things I Hate About You, successfully illuminate the motives and
characterizations of young adult life and the troubles and tribulations that come along with it. 10
Things I Hate About You is a film about teenagers growing up in Seattle in the 1990 s. The music,
clothing, and slang presented in the movie all emulate the time period in which it was released. The
movie itself is based off of the play by William Shakespeare, The Taming of the Shrew. Senior, Kat
Stratford, portrays an angsty teenager, degrading any and all typical high school experiences. Her
sister Bianca, on the other hand, is well liked and well desired by two boys in school. She emulates the
typical teen girl, obsessed with fashion, boys, and popularity. As per their father s rules, Bianca cannot
date until uninterested Kat does. Patrick Verona, the mysterious bad boy of school, is approached by
the popular Joey Donner as he offers to pay Verona to take out
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Compare And Contrast Japan And United States
Have you ever wondered about other countries outside of the United States? Have you thought about
how different their foods, religions, and languages are from yours? There are many countries that are
very different from the United States, especially Japan. Japan is only a short 6,000 miles away from
the United States, but have strikingly different foods, religions, and languages. Now then, let s see
how much different the United States is from Japan. You know that chicken ramen in your cabinet,
wrapped in the plastic covering? The japanese are laughing at the United States pathic attempt to
recreate one of the best known dishes in Japan. The Japanese also enjoy eating sushi, rice, curry, green
tea, tofu, etc. Most of these dishes are served across Japan and are eaten almost daily. Also, Japan is
well known for their slow cooked, well spiced, and very rich foods cooked to perfection. If you think
about what you normally eat in a day, most likely it doesn t consists of those things. ... Show more
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In Japan, most of the population practice Shinto or Buddhism. Something I found interesting was that
religion isn t such a big part of daily life in Japan while, most americans are more involved in religion
throughout the day. Shinto is from the eighth century and is the worship of the ancestors, natural
spirits, and the belief in the power of Kami in both living and nonliving things. Buddhism is the belief
that life is full of suffering and the way to end suffering is to enable one to stop the endless births and
deaths to which one is otherwise subject to.Even though Christianity, Islam, and Judaism aren t as
common in Japan, many people still practice this there. Some people consider themselves as believing
in neither of these religions while other many consider themselves to believe in parts of each
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Comparison Of Pygmalion And My Fair Lady
The 1964 award winning film My Fair Lady is a musical adaptation of George Bernard Shaw s stage
production Pygmalion (first performed in the year of 1913). Taking place in Edwardian London, My
Fair Lady depicts Professor Henry Higgins (portrayed by Rex Harrison), a misogynistic phonetics
professor, and Colonel Hugh Pickering (Wilfrid Hyde White), the author of Spoken Sanskrit.
Professor Higgins, after coming out of a theatre and hearing Eliza shouting in her harsh Cockney
accent, places a bet with Colonel Pickering that he can take the Cockney working class girl and make
her presentable in high society within six months. The working class girl, Eliza Doolittle (portrayed by
Audrey Hepburn), agrees to speech lessons from Professor Higgins to improve her job prospects.
Eliza grudgingly agrees to Professor Higgins lessons after flying into an angry outburst when a man
points out the professor copying down her speech. Despite Professor Higgins treats Eliza as a lesser
being, his acquaintance Colonel Pickering treats her with constant respect and kindness, therefore
treating her as an equal. It is Pickering s treating Eliza not as a lesser being, but as an equal that allows
Eliza to flourish and succeed. In the film adaptation of Bernard Shaw s Pygmalion, the most
influential character is Colonel Pickering. As a gentleman, a colonel and an academic who studies
Indian dialects, Pickering shares Higgins interest in linguistics, however he is not as extreme in his
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Tyrosinase Lab
Results and Discussion
The natural occurrence of tyrosinase within Agaricus bisporus makes it an incredibly viable resource
in both the food and drug industries. However, the likelihood that tyrosinase is evenly distributed
throughout the mushroom is very slim. In order to determine which specific tissues contained the
greatest concentration of Tyrosinase it became necessary to investigate the localization of within the
white button mushroom.
In order to observe the presence of tyrosinase within the various sections Agaricus bisporus it was
necessary to separate samples into specified regions. Below in Figure 1 is a diagram outlining the
different components that were observed. The protein concentration within each of these sections was
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This trend can be rationalized when considering the placement of these sections on the mushroom
(Figure 1). C2 is the outer most part of the mushroom s cap so it receives a greater amount of exposure
compared to other sections like S2. Exposure is crucial in the functions of tyrosinase because
tyrosinase needs to be in the presence of molecular oxygen to undergo its reactions. However, one
discrepancy that arises from this theory is the specific activity of the skin (K1). The skin is the most
exposed portion so one would expect it to have the greatest specific activity. While it does have a
relatively high specific activity value it is easily overshadowed by the specific activity of C2. This
raises the question of whether the data collected for the latent C2 samples is
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Genetic Modification ( Gm )
Genetic modification (GM) is the use of modern biotechnology techniques to change the genes of an
organism such as plants or animals. No one is permitted to deal with a genetically modified organism
(GMO) in Australia unless the Australian Gene Technology Regulator has determined that the GMO is
safe to human health and the surrounding environment. As the world s population continues to
increase and is expected to double within the next few years, the world s demand for food and fibre
has increased drastically. GM foods and fibres seem to be the only means for a solution to provide for
the high demand in which we now face. (Agric.wa.gov.au, 2014) Many foods in Australia contain
GMO s including Cereals, non organic dairy products, papayas, bread, rice, potatoes, corn and many
more. Genetic modification of foods and fibres includes inserting genes from one organism into
another. The purpose of this is to modify the genetic code in animals and plants to make them resistant
to pests or farming techniques such as being soaked with chemicals that would normally kill them or
even just to make the plants and animals more productive. (Leigh Erin Connealy, 2013) If an organism
is genetically modified it can be breed or crossed with another organism whether it s GM or non GM.
Reproduction techniques such as cloning which is done through asexual reproduction or selective
breeding and hybrids can be used to breed the genetic modification from the parents into the offspring
either
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The Theme Of Marigolds InMarigolds, By Virginia Hurst
Guilt is like a sickness. If you don t get medicine, no matter how much you wait it out, the sickness is
staying with you. No matter how much time passes, if you don t deal with your guilt, it will stick with
you and never go away. The main character in Marigolds by Eugenia Collier ruins an elderly woman s
beautiful marigolds because of her own issues. The main character in The Scarlet Ibis by James Hurst
leaves his handicapped brother alone in the woods and comes back to find that he s dead. Lastly, the
main character in The Cat s In The Cradle never takes part in his son s childhood and comes to realize
his boy is just like him when he gets older. These three pieces all show a coexisting theme of how
guilt sticks around forever if you don t deal with it.
Marigolds by Eugenia W. Collier perfectly demonstrates how guilt sticks around no matter how much
time has passed if you don t deal with it. In the story, the main character Lizabeth gets very angry and
destroys an elderly woman named Miss. Lottie s marigolds she had planted in her yard. Before this,
Lizabeth overheard her parents fighting and crying about their dire situation, something she had never
seen her strong, determined parents do before. Lizabeth took her anger out on Miss. Lottie and her
marigolds, she basically ripped the whole garden to shreds. The guilt from doing this has stuck with
her over the years. For example, as the author clearly states, Yet, there are times when the image of
those passionate
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Case Study Of Maxis
Maxis Gross Profit The graph indicates the gross profit of Maxis was unstable and fluctuated wildly
from 2011 to 2014. Gross profit dropped minimally by 1.26% from 2011 to 2012. The reasons why
gross profit dropped in 2012 were the stiff price competition and the emergence of over the top (OTT)
players. OTT players provided alternative communication access (Maxis Berhad, 2012, p.17). From
2012 to 2013, it increased slightly which was from RM5.96bil to RM5.99bil. It may due to the
launching of 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) service in Malaysia and Maxis was the first to offer this
4G LTE service (Maxis Berhad, 2012, p.37). The gross profit dropped significantly from RM5.99bil in
2013 to RM5.68bil in 2014. As 2014 is the transforming year, ... Show more content on
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According to our study, Maxis has the best and fastest Internet for every level of customers so they
can enjoy it at any place and any time. Customers also can continue browsing when they reach their
data quota without paying additional charges. Table 2 Mobile service revenue and market share
Source: Goh, 2015 As shown in Table 2, Maxis was the winner in 2013 and 2014 as Maxis had the
highest mobile service revenue and market share compared to Celcom and Digi. In our study, the
reason why Maxis had the greatest mobile service revenue is Maxis offers different service plans to
serve different customers in order to meet their needs. For instance, the service plans provided by
Maxis include postpaid plans, prepaid plans, broadband plans. In addition, Maxis offers mobile
services such as call forwarding, call waiting, voicemail, home call forwarding, caller line
identification presentation (CLIP), caller line identification restrictor (CLIR), Call Me Back *126*
and itemized billing ( Phone Number Services,
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Analysis Of The Second Coming By William Butler Yeats
n the Poem The Second Coming from William Butler Yeats is about revolutions, (John 2.18). When
Yeats wrote The Second Coming the world around him was filled with violence and turmoil. Due to
WWI had just ended, The Russian Revolutions had started, and The Angelo Irish War was
approaching. That left Yeats trying to come to terms with the end of an age and the changing future of
the 20th Century. For Yeats, the future of the world was in chaos and this left Yeats struggling to
understand his own personal beliefs in religion. This is seen throughout The Second Coming. For the
poem The Second Coming Yeats uses a narrator, for his writing in The Second Coming he used a new
form of writing for the time called automatic writing, this form of writing left Yeats looking down
different paths of religion and mysticism and more into the world of the supernatural. This new form
of writing is where Yeats could dictate spirits that would take over his writing. In The Second Coming
he uses an elegant syntax and uses different words such as the word Spiritus Mundi in Latin instead of
saying the Anti Christ and Bethlehem in the meaning of Christ s birthplace. Yeats continues his search
for religion throughout the poem in The Second Coming by using a pose sonnet, he liked to break up
the coherence of his sonnets and write them to be rugged, colloquial, and to have concrete language,
and he liked to rhyme, and often off rhymed for example, in The Second Coming the sun and the man
are the only words that rhyme, he also uses linear writing and short sentences. Yeats continues in his
search for religion in The Second Coming from the genre, to the patterns, that even follow the
symbolism of the poem. Yeats uses the genre that is Poetry and uses several patterns where he writes
about the world being in trouble and the 20th Century is asleep and where the earth is being
transformed into a desert, where darkness of black shadows are taking over the earth and a beast is
rising, he explains this in many ways throughout The Second Coming . Yeats also talks and relates
back throughout the whole poem in talking about the falcon circling as the same as the gyre circling.
As symbolism throughout The Second Coming Yeats
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My Book Hunting Experience On The Internet
In the second decade of the 21st century, cultural diversity has become an incredibly popular idea. The
awareness of cultural diversity has integrated its way into all aspects of American society. America is
one of the most culturally diverse societies in the world, containing a multitude of different ethnic and
cultural groups. Though, success looks different to us all, some studies suggest that literacy skills are
vital for cultivating a fruitful society. Children learn best when they can identify with the literature
they are reading. The relevancy of the character s, plot, and setting are especially important to early
learners, thru literature they begin to absorb the world around them. That is why we must expose early
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I wanted a book that did not feature just one specific group of people so, I decided to return to the web
and narrow my search. I came across a book written by Mary Hoffman and Ros Asquith titled, The
Great Big Book of Families, it was published in the UK in 2010. Next, I previewed the book online to
determine if it was a quality text. Then, I researched where I could find a hard copy of the book. I
located a copy of the book at Barnes and Nobel. After viewing the book in person, I decided to buy it
for my own children s book collection. The book is about how different families live, and features
vivid illustrations to accompany the text. The book begins with Once upon a time most families in
books looked like this But in real life, families come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. (p. 6). The
illustration depicted your typical heteronormative, Caucasian nucleus, containing a dad, mom, brother,
sister, dog and cat. They live in a cottage style home with a white picket fence. The text at the bottom
of the illustration read, In this book are a lot of families living in different ways. Perhaps there s one
that looks like yours (p.7). This hooked me, I wanted to turn the page. The book featured several types
of families including, single parent families, adoption, and same sex parents, to name a few. It also
introduced different ways families live, work, go to school, and celebrate special occasions. I was
surprised to
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The Importance Of Cleanliness And Cleanliness
Fourteen days into your cohabitating household joy, you may find that your accomplice s inclination
for leaving toothpaste spots in the sink each morning drives you up the wall.
They requested that each cohabitating respondent uncover on the off chance that they had solid
inclinations about certain home propensities the thought being that if more individuals have a solid
inclination about a propensity, it will probably motivate a contention between accomplices.
The main inclination is shutting the blinds and shades around evening time 85 percent of respondents
said that an accomplice s contradiction would be a major issue.
Home Advisor s study likewise uncovered more around one unavoidable issue that presumably
entered your thoughts in the event that you live with your accomplice: Is it men or ladies who tend to
be more clean?
More ladies said that they were disturbed by mess and unkempt things.
Men win the kitchen fight: Men will probably clean their grimy dishes immediately in the wake of
utilizing them.
To take in more about the outcomes, including geographic breakdowns of latrine seat and indoor
regulator inclinations, look at the full investigation on Home Advisor.
Men and ladies washroom cleanliness propensities uncovered and the outcomes will appall you
With regards to office cleanliness, men are frequently the ones blamed for having poor cleanliness and
a lesser comprehension of washroom decorum.
Men thought their female associates were near
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William Crookes Essay
A man by the name of William Crookes was one of the main contributors to the new fields of physics
and chemistry that emerged in the late 19th century. Crookes analysis of the photographic process in
the 1850s inspired his work in the science of spectroscopy. Using techniques of spectroscopy Crookes
discovered the element thallium. His efforts in discovering the weight of thallium in an evacuated
chamber led to his research in vacuum physics.
When Crookes was sixteen he entered the Royal College of Chemistry. He studied under August
Wilhelm von Hofmann as an assistant in 1851. A few years later while attending a meeting at the
Royal Institution, Crookes met the physicist Michael Faraday, who convinced him to switch his
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After the series of séances, Crookes began to explore spiritualism. Once Crookes began to talk about
his encounters with ghosts to his more traditional scientific colleagues, they ended up feeling that he
had lost all form of neutrality and became too attached to the spirits. After 1875 Crookes stopped all
tests to contact spirits and all other paranormal phenomena, however; he still supported the Society for
Psychical Research and served as the president in
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Holding Out For a Hero
I was really super excited for this trip, words can t explain. I was planning on coming to Cali soon, but
I had to raise money. This trip is all free. I get to go to San Diego, California. Wow. I had just finished
zipping my suitcase when I heard the car horn. The Jacks are here! I smiled widely already getting
butterflies about everything and ran down with my stuff. It was a struggle, but never stop an ambitious
girl who is about to fly to San Diego. I opened my front door and motioned for one of them to get out
of the car and come help with my bags. I only had one suitcase but it was heavy. I grabbed my carry
on and jogged to the car as Johnson grabbed my suitcase. I made sure that my phone and laptop were
fully charged once we were on our way. I reached into my bag and looked for my books making sure I
had brought them. What else am I supposed to do on the plane?
San Diego is going to be sweet! We re meeting the guys up at the beach after we get there, Johnson
exclaimed and pumped his fist. I giggled at his personality and nodded. I ve always wanted to go to
the beach.
I m so excited guys, you have no idea! I shook my hands, a little habit I do since I was little. My mom
used to tell me to shake off all the nerves, so I d shake my hands, I m so excited for the beach. The
sun, the sand, the water, the bikinis, and the hot guys.
Agh! Gilinsky looked genuinely hurt, The only hot guys you should be focused on there are me and
Jack.
I literally laughed, Like that s
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Communist Economy
Communism is considered to be a further step beyond Marxism. It is considered to be a society which
is classless. The wealth is redistributed so that the control of the wealth does not lie only in the hands
of the rich people. The privately owned businesses are converted into state property which then
functions for the benefit of all the people of the state rather than an elite group of people. As the name
implies, it is a form of government for the entire community. Communism upholds the idea that the
basic needs of society should be provided to all, irrespective of any class differences. It also promotes
the fact that every worker should be rewarded for all his work and hold a share in the profits.
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The other matters that are highly criticized within a communist economy are the facts that these
economies face several issues such as shortage of goods such as products of basic necessities, other
class/creed issues, etc. All these problems and issues lead to an increase in the economic problems of
the communist country. The economic problems of the country can be increased because of the short
comings related to communism. In communism the governments try to create a classless society
regardless of the special talents that people are provided with. It is because of this reason that a
communist government faces problems when appointing officers to specific positions. Moreover if
these positions are not held by people who have the right talent then the government can fail and this
can create problems for the whole country. Moreover, the wages that workers have to be paid depend
on the government itself and this creates a problem again. The people are only paid at a subsistence
level and hence they can only fulfill their basic needs such as food and shelter. When the question of
personal interest comes, the governments cannot fulfill these interests of people. It is because of this
very reason
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Flowers For Algernon Comprehension Questions
Flowers For Algernon Comprehension Questions
Charlie decides to put his knowledge and skills to good use when he sees the boy drop the dishes at
the restaurant. He wants, to work in the field of increasing human intelligence levels. The boy at the
diner was so oblivious of the fact he was being made fun of, and that reminded Charlie of himself. He
didn t want other people to end up like he did. (Keyes, 202)
Time has become important for Charlie because he does not know how much time he has left in his
life. After watching Algernon die, along with the other animals producing strange behavior, Charlie is
questioning the safety of his operation, and he is trying to finish his studies before he loses his
intelligence or dies. (Keyes, 203)
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Washing A Car Analysis
Every Sunday morning until the weather drops below freezing and my parents do not let me use the
hose, I wash my car. This may seem like an ordinary job to some, but to me washing a car requires a
distinctive technique. No matter how tired I am, every Sunday morning I wake up, brush my teeth, put
on my blue sweatpants and red sweatshirt, grab the keys to the car, and head out into the driveway.
Not even the puppy follows me outside; he likes to sleep till eleven o clock on Sundays. I pull the car
out into the driveway and position it just right so that the morning sun is blocked by the thick leaves
and branches of the tall maple, and so I can easily walk around the back end. I then attach the longest
hose I can find in the basement of my house
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Zora Neale Hurston Sweat
The story Sweat by Zora Neale Hurston tells the story of Delia who overcame her abusive husband,
Sykes through her development of becoming a strong woman. The development of Delia s character
throughout the story relates to Zora Neale Hurston s life of growing up into a strong, empowered
woman. Delia and Zora were both verbally and physically abused which made them afraid and timid.
Zora made her characters talk in a dialect that she grew up listening to which was uncommon to do in
literature. Delia and Zora both had to provide for themselves by putting in the effort remain stable and
happy. They also stood up for what they believed in which started their development into strong
women. Delia had to let her husband die in order to gain independence, while Zora had to move away
from home in order to be successful in her future which developed them both develop into
independent women. They became stronger because of these things which empowered them to take
back control of their lives. The snake is a symbol in the story that represents the evil that was
overcome by the good. This story can now be better analyzed when looking at the life of Delia which
connects to Zora Neale Hurston s life. Delia was physically abused many times by her husband,
Sykes. He was also mentally and verbally abusive to her by calling her names and constantly teasing
her. This can be seen when he pretends to scare Delia with a snake, and then calls her names for being
scared. In Zora s life, this is seen where she also grew up as an abused child from her father. Her
father did not like her very much because her sassy attitude. He said that she was too spirited and too
mouthy for her own good which hurt her feelings and made her very aware that she was not his
favorite child in the family (Boyd 27). Her father would also physically abuse her by threatening and
spanking her as a child. In the story, Sykes represents Zora s father because they were both abusive
towards women. Zora included this detail in her story to explain her life as a child. The story is put in
the perspective of a grown woman who had been abused, but how she would feel the same pain a
child would feel who had been abused. No matter the person s age, anyone
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The Engineered Wetland System ( Epa )
The engineered wetland system are often described as the kidneys of the earth according to the United
States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) due to its role in filtration of toxic waste that flows
into another body of water. The wetland treatment system uses the surrounding vegetation, soil as well
as microbial life for the improvement of water quality. These systems are meant to provide and
increase water quality for the surrounding ecosystem as well as for humans. Wetland system whether
or not they are natural or constructed requires the presence of surface water. When water flows
through the wetland, the solids are trapped by the vegetation and establish themselves with the
vegetation. Pollutants are transformed to less soluble form and are either absorbed by surrounding
plants or becomes dormant. The wetland plants also provide the necessary conditions that allow for
microorganisms to thrive on. Through a complicated development these microbes are transformed and
aids in the removal of additional pollutants. During stormwater runoffs often carry with it fertilizers or
waste from leaking septic fields that have the proper nutrients for plants and microorganism s uptake.
These nutrients contain organic chemical such as phosphorus and nitrogen that are converted by the
microbes into inorganic forms as nitrate and ammonium, which then can be digested. This allows for
the plants and microbes to thrive in the wetlands together forming a symbiotic
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Feet By Seamus Deane Summary
Feet, September 1948 from Reading in the Dark (1996) by Seamus Deane
Feet , an extract from Reading in the Dark by Seamus Deane, depicts the death of a young girl, Una,
from the perspective of her unnamed older brother. It focuses upon the narrator s observations, of both
his sister and the adults around him, as well as the emotions and reactions of the narrator.
Throughout the extract, Deane crafts an atmosphere of intimacy, and innocence, through his word
choice and use of perspective. By choosing to write from the first person perspective, Deane allows
the reader to feel more connected with the narrator s thoughts and feelings, as the emotions being
depicted are raw and unfiltered, amplifying their emotional impact upon the reader. Furthermore, the
first person narrative allows Deane to modify his diction for effect, simplifying it through his
repetition of the pronoun I to create an innocent, childlike tone. Another technique employed to create
this atmosphere is Deane s utilisation of simple adjectives such as redness , glossy , shiny , fright and
huge when describing objects. This limited vocabulary illustrates the youth of the narrator, extending
this idea of innocence.
This idea of innocence feeds into a major theme of the extract, the narrator s inability to grapple with
the illness and impending death of his sister. Deane illustrates this effectively through the narrator s
location within the scene. He has taken refuge under the table, hidden by a
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Themes Of Religion In The Bondock Saints
The Crime of Justice
Never shall innocent blood be shed, yet the blood of the wicked shall flow like a river. Nourished by
their strong faith, Connor and Murphy MacManus used this as their mantra to overcome Boston s evil
mafia. Justice as the reward for the less fortunate, the Macmanus brothers ended the corrupt society.
The Boondock Saints is a movie about religion, family, and vigilante justice. Connor and Murphy
MacManus are fraternal twins who were driven by their Irish Catholic Faith to provide justice, and kill
Boston s corrupt mafia leaders. Growing up without their father the boys never forgot the values and
traditions their family had taught them. Rocco a previously known low level mafia member, realised
his wrong ways and joined the MacManus brothers. The relationship between the MacManus brothers
and Rocco had grow so much, that Rocco was part of their small family. Their actions were so
unavoidable that it persuaded Agent Smacker, an FBI investigator, to help them towards the climax of
the movie. At the end of the movie Connor and Murphy are reunited with their father who also worked
to re establish justice in the community. The first prominent theme in the movie was religion. It was
represented in the scene where Connor and Murphy were in the air ducts of the hotel, and started to
look for the room where the mafia members were meeting. Once they found the room they lowered
themselves via rope ceiling and began shooting all the members. After all the
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Pros And Disadvantages Of Globalization In Pakistan Essay
Globalization has been around ever since mankind began to trade. The dissolution of economic
boundaries between nations, and the movement of information, goods, services and human resource
across international borders has resulted in massive diversification. Due to fast communication,
distances between countries continue to shrink . Different nations, cultures and traditions have become
closely connected and the interdependence between them has increased more than ever. With the
passage of time, this has resulted in global integration of economies into one. Pakistan is no exception.
With the introduction of electronic media and internet in Pakistan, the common man, unable to travel
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Cotton, textile, grains, fruits and vegetables are the major exports and source of foreign exchange
earnings. The international trade regulation and competition have caused Pakistani producers to
introduce technologies in processing and manufacturing better quality, cost effective and value added
products, in accordance with the international standards. In addition to this, globalization has opened
doors for millions of job opportunities for Pakistanis all over the world. Personal remittances account
for 7% of GDP for Pakistan (World Bank, 2015) and not only help in increasing the living standards
but also, through private domestic investments, help in economic growth. Furthermore, the free and
preferential trade agreements with regional and international economies has allowed the inflow of
technology and surplus capital into Pakistan, allowing the development of infrastructure,
telecommunication and energy
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Unusual Circumstances
Management in Unusual Circumstances:
Consider options in difficult to control patients
Discuss with the medical team.
Only give 120mg of Diazepam per day after medical review.
Switching to IV diazepam
Administer IV diazepam emulsion as a bolus by peripheral or central route. Administer the undiluted
emulsion at a rate of 1ml per minute (5mg per minute). Give a dose of 10mg every 30 60 minutes until
symptoms are subside or the patient markedly sedated.
Usual maximum dose is 30mg in 24 hours.
Monitor for symptoms of withdrawal and sedation.
For patients with liver failure, use IV Lorazepam 1mg to 2mg every 5 minutes until the patient is
awake but calm.
In elderly patients, consider using half the recommended adult dose.
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It may be more appropriate to assess physical symptoms objectively and use a FIXED reduction
regime immediately.
Start at Day 2 of the 5 day withdrawal scale
If using a FIXED reducing regime, it may be necessary to use prn Chlordiazepoxide on top of the
fixed regime I the first 24 hours to prevent breakthrough withdrawal symptoms. If the prn doses are
utilised a review of the fixed regimen doses are needed after 24 hours. The doses will need to increase
to take into account the prn utilisation.
Elderly patients
To minimize adverse effects associated with benzodiazepines (e.g. over sedation, confusion, and
ataxia) in the elderly it is important to bear in mind the start low and go slow rule. In general,
recommended to use half the dose of the benzodiazepine.
Patients with liver failure
The metabolism of Diazepam is impaired in liver disease, but it may be used cautiously in mild to
moderate impairment (reduce the dose by 50%).
For patients with severe or acute liver impairment, use lorazepam as an alternative as its metabolism is
not impaired in liver disease.
Pregnant
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Examples Of Bravery In I Am Mordred
The code knights of the Middle Ages followed laid out strict guidelines for them. They were expected
be top class and perfect in many ways. Of the strict rules they followed, there were also several traits a
knight was expected to exhibit. These traits of bravery, loyalty and generosity are outlined in the
novel, I am Mordred. Firstly, bravery is exhibited in various places throughout the novel. The first is
when Nyneve comes to take Mordred from his fishermother. Though Nyneve is not a knight, she
exhibits great bravery in riding alone. Mordred spends much of his life refusing to fight and being
content with being called a coward, until he is faced with death. He fights back and is rescued by Sir
Lancelot who says, Now you re a blooded knight,
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Civic Participation
The article Political Participation: Does Religion Matter? by Jones Correa M. and Leal D. researches
the impact of regularly attendance at church on civic participation. The article test the findings from
Voice and Equality Civic Voluntarism in American Politics regarding political participation variance
between Catholics and Protestants and ethnic groups. They find that All things being equal, those
regularly attending church participation more than those who do not. In contrast to the prior study they
believe that regular attendance is the driver of participation vs race and religious denomination. They
believe that people who attend church on a regular basis have a strong social network. The network
includes people that have the
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Ergot Poisoning And The Salem Witch Trials
We ve all heard the stories of the Salem Witch Trials that occurred in 1692 and 1693. During these
harsh times, lives were lost due to the strong religious beliefs of the Puritans who full heartedly
believed that the Devil was present in everyday life and that he lived in the woods. In contrast to their
popular belief at the time, real scientific evidence has been presented that the reason behind the Salem
Witch Trials was actually Ergot Poisoning, not the Devil. According to the article, ergot is a fungus,
that affects the rye grain, (PBS 2016), which causes numerous side effects. Many factors contribute to
the ergot poisoning idea, such as the climate and growing conditions that ergot thrives in, what wheat
rye was infected in relation to where the accused and accusers lived as well as the time span, and the
symptoms of this type of poisoning.
A crucial piece of evidence to the ergot theory is the growing circumstances ergot requires and why
grain the people of Salem grew could have so easily circumed to it. For starters, the main crop grown
in Salem at this time was rye. This grain is so easily taken over by ergotism, because when wet
periods occur the flowers on the rye grain stay open longer, which allows ergot a longer period of time
to affect the grain than in most cases. In addition, in order for the ergot to grow on the grain, the crop
has to be in a , warm, damp, swampy place, (Anna 2012). Throughout the spring and summer months
before the winter the witch
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Patients With Newly Diagnosed Hypothyroidism And Their...
Patient education. FNP needs to educate patients with newly diagnosed hypothyroidism and their
caregiver if necessary in regards to its disease process, side effect of medications, importance of
compliance and follow up. Hypothyroidism is often a lifelong condition and therefore it is important
to counsel the patient at the point of diagnosis (Roe, 2015). Taking L thyroxine is the main treatment
mechanism; therefore, medication compliance is the one of the most important part in education. The
clinical effect of L thyroxine may include normalizing abnormalities associated with hypothyroidism.
Optimal treatment of hypothyroidism may lead to improvement of various symptoms. In
neuropsychological aspect, patients may show improved motor skills, myopathy and depression. With
treatment, patient s overall energy level may enhance constipation symptoms may improve and weight
problem may lessen if thyroid balance was a main contributor. It has been shown that treatment of
hypothyroidism would also improve lipid profiles in patients (Roe, 2015).
Longstanding hypothyroidism is accompanied by impaired function of nearly all organs and tissues,
and the clinical response to replacement therapy may continue for months. Normally, L thyroxine
administration improves clinical symptoms associated with hypothyroidism without adverse effects.
Rare cases of intolerance which may be caused by reaction to tablet colors or other constituents have
been report (Garber, 2012).
The most common
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The Debate On Global Warming
Global Warming Argumentive Essay Both Al Gore and Daniel Botkin have different arguments on
global warming. They are both think very similar on the same topic. Because one part of the argument
is serious, and the other one is not so much. But, the point is that both of their stories are pointing out
to their views on this issue. But, according to Webster Dictionary, Global Warming is when the
increase in the world s temperature that is to believe to increase by carbon dioxide. Both of the authors
have a different view on this topic they have a different position, logic, and facts on what Global
warming really is. Gore s take on the global warming issue is serious, because he is talking about the
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But, it makes the hurricanes stronger; in which it just magnifies its own destructive power. He states,
in his words that hurricanes are like heat engines. This is because of how heat type gases warming the
waters, such as rivers and oceans.
Botkin tends to use scarce tactics, which are very similar to Gore. He states, in his essay Global
Warming Delusions that contrary to the latest news, the evidence on global warming will have very
serious effects on life is thin . Therefore, Botkins evidence is focusing on the contrary of the global
warming issue. In 2007, global warming climate change experts say that twenty to thirty percent of
animals will be threatened by extinction if global warming actually happens. However, during the past
2.5 million years scientists have experienced the climactic change and how rapid and warm it is. In
fact, he believes that modern climatological models will make almost every spices on the planet to be
extinct. The only exceptions of the global warming extinctions are the large mammal such as saber
tooth tigers and mammoths. The only reason, is because they have lived for a thousand to five
thousand plus years than other species on the plant during the Antarctic ice age days. Botkin claims
that the earth was once warned about the tropical diseases spreading due to global warming. However,
sources have proven to us that some changes in the temperature are not consistent with the changes of
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Evaluate Agreed Ways of Working That Relate to Rights and...
Julia Colley Level 3 Diploma Hea lth and Social Care
Enable rights and choices of individuals with dementia whilst minimising risks
1.1
These are some of the legislation related to minimising the risk of harm for an individual with
dementia. Key legislation are Human Rights Act 1998, Mental Health Act 2007, Disability
Discrimination Act, Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006, Carers (equal opportunities ) Act
2004.
Together these legislations form the fundamental rights and freedom of an individual. These affect the
rights of every day life of an individual including what they can say and do, their beliefs, right not to
be tortured and right for a fair trial. These rights have limits to ensure that other peoples rights are ...
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It is important to ensure that there is a fair, open and honest culture around complaints so that people
feel confident in bringing concerns to the attention of the service provider without fear of retribution.
Vulnerable people or those who find it difficult to make their views heard should be protected and
have access to adequate support.
Each organisation should have in place a complaints procedure. This information leaflet is in the
service users care plan. Part of the role of the carer is to make the complaints procedure available for
people to use. Also to assist in making complaints, either directly, by supporting them in following the
procedure or indirectly by making sure that they are aware of the complaints procedure and are able to
follow it.
4.1
You need to give the individual you are caring for choice and control. Enabling the individual to make
choices about the way they live and the care they receive. Speak to the person respectively and listen
to what they are saying.
Enable the person to maintain their usual standards of personal hygiene and enabling them to maintain
their independence by providing a little bit of help.
Build on the individuals strengths and abilities to maximise and promote their independence .You
should enable the person to feel valued and safe. Respect a persons privacy and personal
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Textual Analysis Of A Movie
There are some films that are notorious for making people cry. 2 Think of Schindler s
List (1993), Titanic (1997) and Sophie s Choice (1982). Even kiddie flicks such as
Toy Story 3 (2010) and Up (2009) make these tear filled lists. 3 These films must elicit strong
emotional responses from their audiences but how is music used to accompany or even amplify these
sob worthy motion pictures? This essay will survey a selection of six films known for their emotional
impact and attempt to analyse what function music serves in their most devastating scenes. Aspects
such as instrumentation and tempo will be explored as well as whether the music s tone agrees with
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As
Rose begins to understand Jack has died, there is very little extra diegetic sound. A gentle chiming can
be heard which gives the scene a sense of the mystical. The calls of the rescue boat become muffled
and slow: the shots of the boat are in fact in slow motion. When Rose fully understands that Jack has
been completed refrigerated, we hear the sound of a female voice, accompanied by some gentle
synths. The singer is performing a rendition of Rose and Jack s love theme, which has been developed
throughout the film. This particular version of James Horner s theme is more bare than its other
occurrences, which have been more heavily accompanied. Most of all, it is interesting that upon losing
that relationship, music plays that was supposed to be representative of the strength of that
relationship. The score, by association, is able to remind us of what has been lost the theme has
collected their formative moments as their relationship grew throughout the film. Now there s a
double edge to this because quite famously the love theme for Titanic became a hit single for pop
singer Celine
Dion. Thus the emotional score also becomes a commodity to be sold for
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21 Day Fix Plan Recipe
21 Day Fix Plan
Table of contents
1. Description
2. Introduction
3. Chapter 1: get your fix on!
4. Chapter 2: the magical elixir
5. Chapter 3: unlock your body s healing potential
6. Chapter 4: 21 Day Fix Plan Recipes
7. Chapter 5: 21 Day Fix Meal Plan
8. Conclusion
Description
First and foremost, I would like to congratulate and thank you for purchasing the book 21 Day Fix
Plan.
In this eBook, you will find adaptable and proven diet, fitness and overall health strategies that are all
aimed at helping you shed the stubborn weight in a foolproof and sustainable way starting with a turbo
charged 21 day plan.
Embracing healthy, natural and nutrient dense whole foods that are endowed with high quality calories
combined with a regular fitness regimen is the sole key to finding balance in your life and ultimately
getting rid of the excess pounds once and for all.
We are first going to start by defining and laying the foundation of the 21 Day Fix Plan by delving
deeper into its philosophies and why you should follow it to effectively meet your weight loss goals.
The second part will take you through healthy, mouth wateringly tasty and simple recipes made from
natural foods to start off your 21 day journey on a calorie burning high.
The 21 Day Fix Plan is the diet that changes your life starting today, so giddy up, it s time to floor the
pedal to the metal! Introduction
Have we become such a vain people or are we honestly looking to become healthier? This is the prime
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The Workplace Of The Cheesecake Factory
The Cheesecake Factory has been in operation for over thirty years. We opened the door to the first
Cheesecake Factory store on February 25,1978 in Beverly Hills, California. Since then, we have
excelled and expanded tremendously. We currently have over two hundred stores around the world.
Our unique settings set us apart and give us diversity in the restaurant industry. We appeal to a vast
majority of patrons, and pride ourselves on the integrity of the Company. Our staff is just as diverse as
the dining experience that we offer. We are aware that our staff consists of persons for many different
background. The Cheesecake Factory has A Code of Conduct in place to regulate conduct and ensure
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This key area is important to the Company because it provides a general overview of the level of
respect that is expected to be upheld by all staff members. It clearly explains that staff is responsible
and will be held accountable for complying with the rules and regulations set forth in the Code of
Conduct as it pertains to this Company. The General Standards of Conduct holds both management
and hourly staff to a universal level of standards ensuring that everyone be treated fairly.
Conflicts of Interests
All staff members have responsibilities with respect to our Company and its stockholders.
Accordingly, staff members must avoid situations that create a conflict of interest or the appearance of
a conflict of interest with the Company. A conflict of interest often arises when an individual s
personal interests conflict with those of the Company.
The Conflict of Interests section is a significant area because it explains in full detail the responsibilty
of the staff to uphold the best interest of the company in any situations that may arise. It is important
for the staff to know and understand that you all are representation of the Cheesecake Factory. We
must all work together to continuosly better the future of Company. This section explains the
importance of communicating with upper management as well and using sounds judgement when
facing situations to ensure that the best interest of the Company is
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Why Do Immigrants Take American Jobs
Immigration has been a widely controversial topic for most Americans. Many Americans claim that
immigrants take American jobs right under our noses. The notion that immigrants take American jobs,
is a huge misconception. In Aviva Chomsky s novel, They Take Our Jobs! and 20 other myths about
immigration, explores different ideas on why many Americans believe that immigration is a big threat
to the current American job market. To battle these tropes, Chomsky states facts and backs her claims
with many examples to amply prove that Immigration is not a major factor to the loss of jobs. Though
many Americans will continue to blame immigrants, mainly because they are legally deprived of
many of the rights U.S. citizens get. It s an easy scapegoat ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The catch is, the jobs that are available aren t always the most highest paid jobs that people want to
do. It s certainly not enough to support families, but immigrants and some poor Americans will still
work those jobs, because it s the only thing they are able to do. They settle for lousy jobs, and embrace
the low wages. But even if population continues to grow, it s not guaranteed that job s will continue to
keep flourishing if the community isn t well. Job s that affect the community are local jobs, which
help out the community because the money they make goes towards the community. But most jobs
rely on the global market to stay afloat in the economy. And typically, the jobs that rely on the global
market instead of the local market, aren t able to support the local communities which can keep local
communities stagnant. The more support that goes into the global businesses, leads local businesses to
often close, which follows more job losses. The more job losses there are in the community, the more
people will leave the community to find a different one with actual jobs. It s a continuous
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Garden Glory chapter 1 Essay
Q A: Create a sample list of owners and properties. Your list will be similar in structure to that in
Figure 1:30, but it will concern owners and properties rather than owners and pets. Your list should
include, a minimum, owner name, phone and billing address, as well as property name, type and
address.
Answer:
PropertyName PropertyType PropertyAddress OwnerLastName OwnerFirstName OwnerPhone
OwnerEmail
Q B: Describe modification problems that are likely to occur if Garden Glory attempts to maintain the
list in spreadsheet.
Answer: There are three types of modification are likely to occur in this case.
1 Updating some value in the list
2 Deleting some value in the list ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
So, these two themes are possible.
Table: OWNER
OwnerID OwnerLastName OwnerFirstName OwnerPhone OwnerEmail
Table: PRPPERTY
PropertyID PropertyName PropertyType PropertyAddress
Creation of tables will solve the updating, adding and deleting problems. For example if we want to
update the phone number of a customer we have to change the number in single row of OWNER table
and it will update that change in all tables.
For example to delete a property if we delete the property in PROPERTY table and we can keep the
owner data and to add data, for example, if add a owner data in OWNER table we don t have to add
property for that owner.
Q D: Create a sample list of owners, properties and services. Your list will similar to that in Figure 1
31. Your list should include the data items form part a as well as the date, description, and amount
charged for each service.
Answer:
PropertyName PropertyType PropertyAddress OwnerLastName OwnerFirstName OwnerPhone
OwnerEmail Service Date Charge
Q E: Illustrate modification problems that are likely to occur if Garden Glory attempts to maintain the
list from part D in spreadsheet.
Answer:
1 Adding some value in the list
2 Deleting some value in the list
3 Updating some value in the list
Updating value: For example, there will be problem
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The Importance Of Freedom In American History
The country of America is built on the idea of freedom. Early colonists fought a war to gain freedom
from Britain, and once they won, made sure to give their newly earned rights to America s citizens.
Everything else in American History has been based off of this idea, such as when the Civil War was
fought over the controversy of slaves freedom. Elena s experiences in American History by Judith
Ortiz Cofer reflect all of the freedoms that American citizens get. As a result of her family s
immigration to the U.S., Elena benefits from freedoms that were established by the founding of
America. The Constitution gives people the rights to free speech and religion, and because of these
rights, she gets to interact with people of different cultures and beliefs than her own by going to public
school. She claims that she was going to college and become a teacher (296), which shows that in
America she has the freedom to be who she wants to be. Additionally, she is allowed to make many
decisions for herself, such as something as simple as trying to be friends with Eugene, a white
neighbor, or something as big as having a say in how the country is run when she is old enough,
through America s democracy. Because she is in America, she is not forced to work. In a lot of other
countries, children are made to do hard labor, but in America, Elena is allowed to be a kid and play.
All of these freedoms attract people to the U.S, and Elena s family moved to America because they
saw a
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Success of the Ancient Roman Empire Essay
Between approximately 509 BCE and the third century CE the Roman empire continually expanded
and became one of the largest in history. While this expansion was due to many reasons, not the least
of which was greed, to a great extent it was made possible because of Rome s overwhelming military
and its combination of a democratic and republic government. (Lee) (Ferril)
Many of Rome s successes were due to its highly trained and disciplined army. Rome s army became
the best in the known world. The Roman army was organized into divisions of soldiers according to
their social class. The ranks of the army could be divided into five classes. The first class were those
who were the most well off, they were equipped with the best weapons, ... Show more content on
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Some examples of these would include The Battering Ram, The Turris, and The Ballista. The Roman
army was also very willing to incorporate the war tactics and the weapons of their defeated enemies if
they were deemed beneficial. (Alchin) These improvements provided the Roman army advantages in
battle. The Roman generals that were picked to lead the army were highly skilled in the art of war.
They were masters of attack and counterattacks, the use of mounted and unmounted calvary as well as
archery. As a result of the Roman army s successful tactics, Rome therefore was able to achieve
massive amounts of territory and assemble a substantial empire. (Cavazzi)
As Rome expanded throughout Europe and acquired a growing number of citizens, the army was able
to greatly increase its numbers. This ensured Rome a nearly unlimited supply of new soldiers.
As Rome conquered communities, more and more people were becoming Romanized, and noticed as
Roman citizens. Of course these new citizens were expected to pay taxes, allowing the empire to grow
economically as well as militarily. During the Roman rule of Augustus, Caesar and Trajan, Rome s
laws were continually improved making Rome ever more powerful and ethical. (Ferril)
Throughout the rise and fall of the Roman empire, the government was a combination of a democracy
and republic. Starting with Romulus, Rome was first ruled by a series of seven kings until 509 BCE
when Rome constructed itself a Republic til
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The Meaning Of Discipline In School
Discipline means follow rules to be worked hard by someone in the interest of teaching something to
the student. Discipline is taught in many places in many ways. I was taught discipline at a school that
studied the art of taekwondo. This school helped me with my shyness and confidence problem.
Without Euns Martial Arts Center I would not be the person I am today. My first year of taekwondo
taught me the meaning of discipline. Joining this school was one the best decisions I ever made.
I can never forget the day I decided this was the thing I wanted to do. It was a sunny day and my dad
and I were wondering around Knoxville when we came upon EMAC. My dad had decided that I
needed something to help me with my lack of confidence so we walked through that door. I was
amazed as we sat there and watched the class. There were colorful belts and at the end they fought
each other with pads on their legs and arms. After they bowed and shook hands with the teacher and
his assistants. He walked over to where we were sitting.
Welcome! he said with a Korean accent. My dad introduced himself and I did the same. Then we
followed him to a room in the back of what looked like a padded room where the class had just
practiced. I didn t know it then it said OFFICE. I was amazed by the Korean artifacts. He and my dad
talked like what seemed like an hour. Then I tried on uniforms they were white and felt like itchy
paper on my skin ,but it fit. We then said good bye to the teacher and went on
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The Perks Of Being A Wallflower Coming Of Age Analysis
The Realization of Passivity Where should I go? asked Alice. That depends on where you want to end
up responded The Cheshire Cat. (Carroll Lewis) The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen
Chbosky is a phenomenal coming of age novel that depicts how Charlie, the introverted protagonist,
develops a new understanding of life. Set in the early 1990s, Charlie narrates his freshmen year of
high school experience through an anonymous series of letters to a stranger. He begins the novel
isolated by his peers and feeling lonely until he is befriended by Sam and Patrick, two seniors who
encourage Charlie to experience new things and life live to its fullest. Charlie is considered to be a
wallflower, which is someone who, because of shyness ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The first symbol is revealed when Sam is speaking to Charlie to truly participate about how it s not
enough to have friends or just be there but that, Charlie really needs to engage with his friends. It s
great that you can listen and be a shoulder to someone, but what about when somebody doesn t need a
shoulder? What if they need arms or something like that? You can t just sit there and put everybody s
lives ahead of yours and think that counts as love. You just can t. You have to do things (Chbosky
200). In other words, Sam uses a shoulder to represent Charlie s passivity and wallflower status. The
shoulder symbolizes his inaction, a stationary anatomy to be leaned on. It symbolizes how Charlie
listens and is always there for his friends but the arm symbolizes how Charlie needs to put himself out
there; give his opinions, speak up and challenge others, be a man of action, be the arms . It
demonstrates how he emotionally grew to become a shoulder but also how he needs to continue to
grow. Undoubtedly, Charlie has become someone who participates in life. This is demonstrated in
Charlie s final letter when he describes his ride through the Fort Pitt tunnel with Sam and Patrick.
Instead of overanalyzing his drive through the tunnel as he did the previous times, Charlie allows
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Pros And Cons Of Oil Sand
4 Aldersbrook Avenue
London, ON N9K 4A4
May 12th, 2018
Don Thompson
478 Pasta Road
Edmonton, AB Q8I 4P9
Dear Mr. Thompson:
I have watched the YouTube video called The Oil Sands Industry and Canada s Future . I have several
concerns regarding some of the statements that you and a few others made during the video. I believe
that when it comes to oil sands, there are a lot more negatives than positives that come with them.
All oil sand companies are supposed to reclaim lands that have been disturbed due to oil sand
operations to their natural state. 10% of the land that has been used by oil sand companies has been
reclaimed to their natural state since 1967. That means that the other 90% of the land has not been
returned to its natural state. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
I hope that we will be able to improve the situation regarding the oil sands.
Yours Truly,
Adam Csucs
Work Citied
Tar Sands Facts. Indigenous Environmental Network, www.ienearth.org/tar sands facts/. May 13
Energynownews. The Oil Sands Industry and Canada s Future. Online video clip. YouTube. YouTube,
21 Sept 2011. Web. 13 May 2018. Canada s Oil Patch Expects Production Increase through 2030. The
Globe and Mail, The Globe and Mail, 25 Mar. 2017, www.theglobeandmail.com/report on
business/industry news/energy and resources/oil sands output seen growing need for new pipelines
urgent industry group/article30571357/. May 13
UNUniversity. How Things Work: Canada s Oil Sands. Our World, ourworld.unu.edu/en/canadas oil
sands. May
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Moral Hierarchy In Antigone
There are many different moral levels that people have. People use reasoning that can be identified
with a particular stage on Kohlberg s moral development hierarchy. The higher stages of morality are
not usually achieved, according to Kohlberg. In a play called Antigone, one character, name Antigone,
has a high level of morality. In Antigone, written by Sophocles, he conveys various moral hierarchy
stages through character traits, reasoning, and moral development within this character Antigone is
portrayed as being morally straight and obedient to higher standards. She has a high moral standard.
For example, she argues to Ismene, He s my brother and yours too; and whether you will or not, I ll
stand by him. (Sophocles, ll 52 53). This is showing that she is very dedicated to her family. She will
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Ethos is a type of reasoning that uses ethics. In this case, she says, I will stay with him, my brother;
and my crime will be devotion. (Sophocles, ll 89 90). Basically Antigone feels that serving her brother
is more important than obeying the law. This is showing that she places higher importance on moral
ethics than human laws. In another instance, Antigone states, Haven t you heard? Don t you see hatred
marches on love when friends, our own people, our family are treated as enemies? (Sophocles, ll 12
15). In short, she is saying that hatred is ruining her love for her brother in that Kreon is treating
Polyneices like an enemy by not giving him a proper burial. This goes against Antigone s views which
are that her brother deserves a burial regardless of what he did in his lifetime. This reasoning tells us
that Antigone has high levels of morality her standards prove her maturity. This type of reasoning puts
her at the fifth stage of Kohlberg s moral development hierarchy, which is social contract and
individual rights. Antigone has proven to be at a very high moral state throughout this
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  • 1. Amazon.Com: Along These Lines: Writing Sentences A 1. Step To get started, you must first create an account on site HelpWriting.net. The registration process is quick and simple, taking just a few moments. During this process, you will need to provide a password and a valid email address. 2. Step In order to create a "Write My Paper For Me" request, simply complete the 10-minute order form. Provide the necessary instructions, preferred sources, and deadline. If you want the writer to imitate your writing style, attach a sample of your previous work. 3. Step When seeking assignment writing help from HelpWriting.net, our platform utilizes a bidding system. Review bids from our writers for your request, choose one of them based on qualifications, order history, and feedback, then place a deposit to start the assignment writing. 4. Step After receiving your paper, take a few moments to ensure it meets your expectations. If you're pleased with the result, authorize payment for the writer. Don't forget that we provide free revisions for our writing services. 5. Step When you opt to write an assignment online with us, you can request multiple revisions to ensure your satisfaction. We stand by our promise to provide original, high-quality content - if plagiarized, we offer a full refund. Choose us confidently, knowing that your needs will be fully met. Amazon.Com: Along These Lines: Writing Sentences AAmazon.Com: Along These Lines: Writing Sentences A
  • 2. Retinal Vascular Imaging Essay Abstract Retinal vascular imaging is useful in detecting Microvasular abnormalities. It shows several predictors of diseases and potential for understanding other markers that might fit into what happens when we age, develop a disease or health issue. Retinal and cerebral microvasculature have common physiological properties. They are highly similar metabolic active tissues, and are homologous in structure. There are at least two viewing forms for retinal vasculature 2D and 3D . 2D being more flat while 3D shows outlines, fuller imager quality and in depth structures of the retina. Retinal imaging has been helpful in several diagnoses of health such as hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, obesity and the effects of aging. Outlook for retinal vascular imaging looks good as it is being applied to new ideas and concepts. Introduction Microvasular veins are some of the small veins in our body, referred to as vessels that form a network between the arterioles and venules located in the retina and body. The micro vasculatures of the brain and retina have common physiological properties, they both have high metabolic active tissues, similar embryological origins and are homologous (Meier, M. H. et al, 2013). Both vascular networks share similar vascular regulatory processes (Lassen, 1964; Hardy et al. 1997; Delaey Van de ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Quite a number of health issues such retinal arteriolar narrowing has a strong correlation with coronary artery occulusion, venular dilation used as a predictor of clinical stroke and cardiovascular disease. (Liew, G.et al, 2008). Microvasular abnormalities that are viewed when using retinal vascular imaging, can provide insight to our body, which we still only know very minimally about. There are tons diseases and health issues that still have no warning signs or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. South Africa And Its Effects On The West African Countries The WHO hopes that the disease will subside in the remaining West African countries. There has been significant progress in Liberia and some progress in Guinea. The WHO is concerned, despite this progress, because they fear the international community will stop sending their support. Dr. Bruce Aylward, the WHO assistant director general, told reporters that the virus can be stopped, but it will take more work and support in order to do so (Cumming Bruce). This is one example of the WHO communicating to the media, but more outreach to the public is needed. Cause of Problem and Facts The decrease in number of new cases of Ebola caused the WHO to become concerned that the international community would stop sending their support to West Africa. Margaret Chan, the WHO director general, states that complacency will be our enemy, and we need to continue to do more to get to zero (Schnirring). The three main countries affected still need support to fully recover from the outbreak, and Mali, one of the newest affected countries, is still in need of support as their numbers of new cases are still rising every day (Schnirring). Significance to the Organization The organization is experiencing negative press as many believe that they did not respond fast enough to the situation since it did not declare Ebola a public health emergency until August, five months after the initial outbreak. If the WHO does not get the support they need in order to stop the epidemic, they will suffer ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Naga Mandali In Naga-Mandala In Naga Mandala,Karnad has borrowed the main plot of the story of Rani from The Serpent Lover which he had heard long ago from Professor A.K. Ramnujan (1992 1993). This tale was later collected in A Flowering Tree and other Oral Tales from India, Published posthumously in 1997. The deviation made in the play from original the folk tale can be traced thus: Rani in the play is depicted as a young and beautiful girl, whereas in the folk tale Kamakshi is a girl who is very patient. In the play the old lady named as Kurudavva, who is blind, offers two pieces of magical roots to Rani. She pays a visit to Rani s house by taking the help of her son, whereas the old woman of the folk tale lives next to Rani s house and is not described as a blind woman. In the original tale, Kamakshi is not much concerned about her husband going to a concubine, she leaves everything on the will of God. She says, let them be happy with anyone he wants , so long he accepts her as his wife. In the play Rani feel like Kamakshi only when the magical potion turns red. There is another major change in the play: In the play the snake only comes at night through the bathroom drainage. This adds horror in the mind of the spectator, whereas in the myth the snake approaches directly from the front door of Kamakshi s house by transforming himself as her husband with exactly the same voice and physical appearance. It is also noticed that the pregnancy of Kamakshi is first observed and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Taking a Look at Flu H5N1 ################################################# Part 2 ################################### There are multiple different sources for epidemiological measures used for tracking and reporting the number of cases. There are websites where you can go to post confirmed cases in areas, where that information is then taken and calculated. There are also places that provide charts for the amount of confirmed outbreaks and then separates them from human cases and avian cases. But the best types of reports available are the map tracking ones. Where they give distinction marks for avian and human cases and all over the different areas of the world. This is very handy for seeing how bad and large an outbreak is and what species is affected, whether it is humans or birds. The incidence rate is a measure of morbidity and number of infected worldwide, looking over the past 10 years. Over the past ten years there have 650 infected.(Yu Chan, 2014). This is not a large number because of the fact it is not spread through human to human contact but through already infected poultry. The prevalence rate is the number of current/existing cases worldwide. The United States has yet to have a confirmed outbreak because we set such high regulations on the meat we sell in our markets, thus preventing a large outbreak from hitting our country. The mortality rate is the number of deaths caused by the H5N1 virus worldwide. For ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Effects Of Neoliberalism On February 17th I joined The Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP) in their march to City hall in protest for their immediate goal of more warming centers and shelters. Of no coincidence the date of the march fell strategically on the same day that Toronto chambers would be deciding on the Cities budget. Preceding the march, OCAP members, and supporters gathered at the corner of Queen and Sherbourne (the North East corner of Moss Park) and huddled around speakers rally cries for homeless justice before heading west along Queen street towards city hall. The energy of march was well organized, and no unrest ensued, chants demanding immediate action to open more shelters reverberated through the crowd as we marched on. During the march I ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... So, although many theorists hold that public space is absolutely essential for the function of democratic politics it is interesting to contemplate whether or not public protest is the proper venue for the homeless, and if not public protest than what avenue may be used by the homeless to create socioeconomic change (Ruppert, 2006). Occupy Wall Street (OWS), a movement ignited throughout the globe in 2011 is arguably a protest movement that successfully captured the public s attention and was a protest on behalf of the 99%, that not only included homeless people but was made up by unemployed in dept college graduates, workers struggling with illness, immigrants supporting families, and those who encompass the struggling middle class. OWS was an incredible movement that enthused people with homes to live outside of their homes and with homeless people , bringing together the most marginalized within society and the middle class together (Kohn, 2013, p. 106). OWS is an example in which poverty and the homeless agenda was taken seriously as it successful was incorporated amongst other agendas. Unfortunately, this is a sad predicament, as it is an example illuminating that homelessness on its own will not be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Essay on Hypochondriasis as A Mental Disorder Hypochondriasis as A Mental Disorder Headache = Tumor. Cough = Tuberculosis. Mole = Skin Cancer. Such is the thought process of a hypochodriac. As defined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual IV (DSM IV), hypochondriasis is an unrealistic interpretation of one s bodily sensations as abnormal, leading to the fear and belief that one has a serious disease (1). This preoccupation with having a serious medical condition is one of the somatoform disorders and may be considered more as a symptom than a disease. In fact, hypochondriacal symptoms often appear as a part of other mental disorders, including forms of depression or schizophrenia (2). For this reason, a close investigation of hypochondriacal behavior is necessary to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... With numbers such as these, the issue of understanding more about these symptoms has become important within the medical world. These pursuits have resulted in four etiologic theories regarding hypochondriasis, a combination of which could hold the answers to this disorder. The first of these theories relates to the amplification of normal bodily sensations, or when individuals ...attribute pathologic meanings to normal somatic sensations and functions. An example of this would be to attribute swollen lymph nodes to a malignant disease, as opposed to a simple viral infection. The consequences mostly affect the individual s psychological and behavioral well being, which leads to the focus of the second theory. Based on Freud s psychodynamic hypotheses, there is a belief that unconscious conflicts are the result of traumatic or frustrating childhood experiences being reawakened in adult life by similar stress or frustration. Consequently, particularly high stress/tension situations could arouse subconscious feelings of guilt, anxiety, and fear for a person, and their inability to express these emotions verbally may lead to physical manifestations of conflict. The remaining two theories take a more behavioral oriented approach. The third ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Role of Identity in Mary Shelleys Frankenstein Essays In past and present, society has always put an emphasis on external appearance as opposed to inner personality. As a result, social classes are formed, such as upper and lower, wherein members of each class must uphold the norms defined by the prestige of the class. Upper classes are deemed to be perfect, as they contain the wealthy and the beautiful. This class distinction is heightened in Gothic literature where emotions and the persona of the characters are externalized. Emotions are literalized as characters, supernatural phenomena, and the protagonist and antagonist roles. Victor Frankenstein s upbringing in a perfect society ultimately led to the destruction of his life which coincided with the lives of those emotionally close to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He experienced the burden of loneliness by living in a superficial society and did not have the character to cope with it. For Victor, parenting had become an issue of possession, ownership and self exaggeration. The issue of parenting soon became an obsession with power. This need of power led Victor to create what he believed would be a beautiful human being. But he failed to see that combining the most beautiful human features does not necessarily create a beautiful human being. He was inspired by scientists who ...acquired new and almost limitless powers... (Shelley, Frankenstein, P. 47). Victor sought this unlimited power to the extent of taking the role of God. He not only penetrated nature, but also he assumed power of reproduction in a maniacal desire to harness these modes of reproduction in order to become acknowledged, respected, and obeyed as a father. While bringing his creation into the world he was himself alienated from society, and isolated himself from the community. Isolation and parental neglect cause viciousness within man. Because of his upbringing, Victor had no sense of empathy, and therefore could not realize the potential harm he was creating towards himself and his creation. The sole purpose of his project was an attempt to gain power, but instead of power Victor realized that a morally irresponsible ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. VALUE AND RISK MANAGEMENT PROTOCOL FOR DYNAMIC BRIEF... Emirates Journal for Engineering Research, 10 (2), 23 36 (2005) (Regular Paper) VALUE AND RISK MANAGEMENT PROTOCOL FOR DYNAMIC BRIEF DEVELOPMENT IN CONSTRUCTION A.A.E. OTHMAN Department of Social Services and Commercial Buildings, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates aothman@emirates.net.ae (Received August 2005 and accepted November 2005) ‫اﻟﻤﻨﻈﻮر‬ ‫هﺬا‬ .‫ﻣﻌﻴﻨﺔ‬ ‫ﻣﺮﺣﻠﺔ‬ ‫اﻟﻲ‬ ‫اﻟﻤﺘﻄﻠﺒﺎت‬ ‫هﺬﻩ‬ ‫ﺗﻄﻮﻳﺮ‬ ‫ﺗﺤﺪد‬ ‫اﻟﻤﺸﺮوع‬ ‫ﻣﺘﻄﻠﺒﺎت‬ ‫اﺳﺘﺨﻼص‬ ‫ﻟﻌﻤﻠﻴﺔ‬ ‫اﻟﺤﺎﻟﻴﺔ‬ ‫‫اﻟﻨﻈﺮﻳﺎت‬ ‬ .‫اﻟﻤﺸﺮوع‬ ‫أداء‬ ‫ﺗﺤﺴﻴﻦ‬ ‫اﻟﻲ‬ ‫ﺗﺆدي‬ ‫ﻗﺪ‬ ‫اﻟﺘﻲ‬ ‫اﻟﻘﻴﻤﺔ‬ ‫ﻓﺮص‬ ‫ﻣﻦ‬ ‫اﻻﺳﺘﻔﺎدة‬ ‫ﻳﻤﻨﻊ‬ ‫آﻤﺎ‬ ،‫اﻟﻤﺼﻤﻢ‬ ‫و‬ ‫اﻟﻤﺎﻟﻚ‬ ‫ﺑﻴﻦ‬ ‫اﻟﺘﻔﺎﻋﻞ‬ ‫‫ﻳﻌﻮق‬ ‬ ‫ﻳﺪﻋﻢ‬ ‫اﻟﻤﺒﺪأ‬ ‫هﺬا‬ .‫اﻟﺤﺎﻟﻴﺔ‬ ‫اﻟﻨﻈﺮﻳﺎت‬ ‫ﻗﺼﻮر‬ ‫ﻋﻠﻲ‬ ‫ﻟﻠﺘﻐﻠﺐ‬ ‫آﻤﺪﺧﻞ‬ ‫ﺗﻘﺪﻳﻤﻪ‬ ‫ﺗﻢ‬ ‫اﻟﻤﺸﺮوع‬ ‫ﻟﻤﺘﻄﻠﺒﺎت‬ ‫اﻟﺪﻳﻨﺎﻣﻴﻜﻲ‬ ‫اﻟﺘﻄﻮﻳﺮ‬ ‫‫ﻣﺒﺪأ‬ ‬ Show more content on ... ‫اﻟﻤﺎﻟﻚ‬ ‫رﺿﺎء‬ ‫اﻟﻲ‬ ‫اﻟﻮﺻﻮل‬ ‫أﺟﻞ‬ ‫ﻣﻦ‬ ‫اﻟﻤﺸﺮوع‬ ‫ﺣﻴﺎة‬ ‫دورة‬ ‫ﻃﻮال‬ ‫اﻟﻤﺘﻄﻠﺒﺎت‬ ‫ﺗﻄﻮﻳﺮهﺬﻩ‬ ‫ﻳﺸﺠﻊ‬ ‫‫و‬ ... Helpwriting.net This is attributed to the limitations of the current briefing approaches, which confine the development of the 23 A.A.E. Othman project brief to a certain stage. This perspective hinders the interaction between the client and the designer and impedes exploiting value opportunities and managing risk threats caused by brief development drivers. In order to overcome the limitations of the current briefing approaches, the Dynamic Brief Development (DBD) concept was developed. This concept supports and encourages brief development throughout the project life cycle as an approach to achieve client satisfaction and respond in an innovative manner to the brief development drivers, improve the briefing process, and to manage change orders effectively [6]. Permitting brief development to take place without establishing the procedures that control its development leaves the project brief uncontrolled and jeopardise achieving client s satisfaction. Because brief development can add value or risk to the project or could add both, the well established methodologies of Value Management (VM) and Risk Management (RM) are the most appropriate tools to manage dynamic brief development. Since better value could not be achieved unless associated risks have been managed, both methodologies ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Girls And 10 Things I Hate About You Life as a teenager is arguably the most confusing, difficult, and stressful time in a person s life. There is a great amount of expectations and insecurities placed on teens that hinder them from being active participants in the world. They must undergo all of the changes of young adult life to develop into successful members of society. In the 1990 s and the 2000 s, two separate films were released that depict the cultural norms, social expectations, and developments of teenagers at that period of time. Those two films, Mean Girls and 10 Things I Hate About You, successfully illuminate the motives and characterizations of young adult life and the troubles and tribulations that come along with it. 10 Things I Hate About You is a film about teenagers growing up in Seattle in the 1990 s. The music, clothing, and slang presented in the movie all emulate the time period in which it was released. The movie itself is based off of the play by William Shakespeare, The Taming of the Shrew. Senior, Kat Stratford, portrays an angsty teenager, degrading any and all typical high school experiences. Her sister Bianca, on the other hand, is well liked and well desired by two boys in school. She emulates the typical teen girl, obsessed with fashion, boys, and popularity. As per their father s rules, Bianca cannot date until uninterested Kat does. Patrick Verona, the mysterious bad boy of school, is approached by the popular Joey Donner as he offers to pay Verona to take out ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Compare And Contrast Japan And United States Have you ever wondered about other countries outside of the United States? Have you thought about how different their foods, religions, and languages are from yours? There are many countries that are very different from the United States, especially Japan. Japan is only a short 6,000 miles away from the United States, but have strikingly different foods, religions, and languages. Now then, let s see how much different the United States is from Japan. You know that chicken ramen in your cabinet, wrapped in the plastic covering? The japanese are laughing at the United States pathic attempt to recreate one of the best known dishes in Japan. The Japanese also enjoy eating sushi, rice, curry, green tea, tofu, etc. Most of these dishes are served across Japan and are eaten almost daily. Also, Japan is well known for their slow cooked, well spiced, and very rich foods cooked to perfection. If you think about what you normally eat in a day, most likely it doesn t consists of those things. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In Japan, most of the population practice Shinto or Buddhism. Something I found interesting was that religion isn t such a big part of daily life in Japan while, most americans are more involved in religion throughout the day. Shinto is from the eighth century and is the worship of the ancestors, natural spirits, and the belief in the power of Kami in both living and nonliving things. Buddhism is the belief that life is full of suffering and the way to end suffering is to enable one to stop the endless births and deaths to which one is otherwise subject to.Even though Christianity, Islam, and Judaism aren t as common in Japan, many people still practice this there. Some people consider themselves as believing in neither of these religions while other many consider themselves to believe in parts of each ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Comparison Of Pygmalion And My Fair Lady The 1964 award winning film My Fair Lady is a musical adaptation of George Bernard Shaw s stage production Pygmalion (first performed in the year of 1913). Taking place in Edwardian London, My Fair Lady depicts Professor Henry Higgins (portrayed by Rex Harrison), a misogynistic phonetics professor, and Colonel Hugh Pickering (Wilfrid Hyde White), the author of Spoken Sanskrit. Professor Higgins, after coming out of a theatre and hearing Eliza shouting in her harsh Cockney accent, places a bet with Colonel Pickering that he can take the Cockney working class girl and make her presentable in high society within six months. The working class girl, Eliza Doolittle (portrayed by Audrey Hepburn), agrees to speech lessons from Professor Higgins to improve her job prospects. Eliza grudgingly agrees to Professor Higgins lessons after flying into an angry outburst when a man points out the professor copying down her speech. Despite Professor Higgins treats Eliza as a lesser being, his acquaintance Colonel Pickering treats her with constant respect and kindness, therefore treating her as an equal. It is Pickering s treating Eliza not as a lesser being, but as an equal that allows Eliza to flourish and succeed. In the film adaptation of Bernard Shaw s Pygmalion, the most influential character is Colonel Pickering. As a gentleman, a colonel and an academic who studies Indian dialects, Pickering shares Higgins interest in linguistics, however he is not as extreme in his ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Tyrosinase Lab Results and Discussion The natural occurrence of tyrosinase within Agaricus bisporus makes it an incredibly viable resource in both the food and drug industries. However, the likelihood that tyrosinase is evenly distributed throughout the mushroom is very slim. In order to determine which specific tissues contained the greatest concentration of Tyrosinase it became necessary to investigate the localization of within the white button mushroom. In order to observe the presence of tyrosinase within the various sections Agaricus bisporus it was necessary to separate samples into specified regions. Below in Figure 1 is a diagram outlining the different components that were observed. The protein concentration within each of these sections was observed ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This trend can be rationalized when considering the placement of these sections on the mushroom (Figure 1). C2 is the outer most part of the mushroom s cap so it receives a greater amount of exposure compared to other sections like S2. Exposure is crucial in the functions of tyrosinase because tyrosinase needs to be in the presence of molecular oxygen to undergo its reactions. However, one discrepancy that arises from this theory is the specific activity of the skin (K1). The skin is the most exposed portion so one would expect it to have the greatest specific activity. While it does have a relatively high specific activity value it is easily overshadowed by the specific activity of C2. This raises the question of whether the data collected for the latent C2 samples is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Genetic Modification ( Gm ) Genetic modification (GM) is the use of modern biotechnology techniques to change the genes of an organism such as plants or animals. No one is permitted to deal with a genetically modified organism (GMO) in Australia unless the Australian Gene Technology Regulator has determined that the GMO is safe to human health and the surrounding environment. As the world s population continues to increase and is expected to double within the next few years, the world s demand for food and fibre has increased drastically. GM foods and fibres seem to be the only means for a solution to provide for the high demand in which we now face. (Agric.wa.gov.au, 2014) Many foods in Australia contain GMO s including Cereals, non organic dairy products, papayas, bread, rice, potatoes, corn and many more. Genetic modification of foods and fibres includes inserting genes from one organism into another. The purpose of this is to modify the genetic code in animals and plants to make them resistant to pests or farming techniques such as being soaked with chemicals that would normally kill them or even just to make the plants and animals more productive. (Leigh Erin Connealy, 2013) If an organism is genetically modified it can be breed or crossed with another organism whether it s GM or non GM. Reproduction techniques such as cloning which is done through asexual reproduction or selective breeding and hybrids can be used to breed the genetic modification from the parents into the offspring either ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. The Theme Of Marigolds InMarigolds, By Virginia Hurst Guilt is like a sickness. If you don t get medicine, no matter how much you wait it out, the sickness is staying with you. No matter how much time passes, if you don t deal with your guilt, it will stick with you and never go away. The main character in Marigolds by Eugenia Collier ruins an elderly woman s beautiful marigolds because of her own issues. The main character in The Scarlet Ibis by James Hurst leaves his handicapped brother alone in the woods and comes back to find that he s dead. Lastly, the main character in The Cat s In The Cradle never takes part in his son s childhood and comes to realize his boy is just like him when he gets older. These three pieces all show a coexisting theme of how guilt sticks around forever if you don t deal with it. Marigolds by Eugenia W. Collier perfectly demonstrates how guilt sticks around no matter how much time has passed if you don t deal with it. In the story, the main character Lizabeth gets very angry and destroys an elderly woman named Miss. Lottie s marigolds she had planted in her yard. Before this, Lizabeth overheard her parents fighting and crying about their dire situation, something she had never seen her strong, determined parents do before. Lizabeth took her anger out on Miss. Lottie and her marigolds, she basically ripped the whole garden to shreds. The guilt from doing this has stuck with her over the years. For example, as the author clearly states, Yet, there are times when the image of those passionate ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Case Study Of Maxis Maxis Gross Profit The graph indicates the gross profit of Maxis was unstable and fluctuated wildly from 2011 to 2014. Gross profit dropped minimally by 1.26% from 2011 to 2012. The reasons why gross profit dropped in 2012 were the stiff price competition and the emergence of over the top (OTT) players. OTT players provided alternative communication access (Maxis Berhad, 2012, p.17). From 2012 to 2013, it increased slightly which was from RM5.96bil to RM5.99bil. It may due to the launching of 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) service in Malaysia and Maxis was the first to offer this 4G LTE service (Maxis Berhad, 2012, p.37). The gross profit dropped significantly from RM5.99bil in 2013 to RM5.68bil in 2014. As 2014 is the transforming year, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... According to our study, Maxis has the best and fastest Internet for every level of customers so they can enjoy it at any place and any time. Customers also can continue browsing when they reach their data quota without paying additional charges. Table 2 Mobile service revenue and market share Source: Goh, 2015 As shown in Table 2, Maxis was the winner in 2013 and 2014 as Maxis had the highest mobile service revenue and market share compared to Celcom and Digi. In our study, the reason why Maxis had the greatest mobile service revenue is Maxis offers different service plans to serve different customers in order to meet their needs. For instance, the service plans provided by Maxis include postpaid plans, prepaid plans, broadband plans. In addition, Maxis offers mobile services such as call forwarding, call waiting, voicemail, home call forwarding, caller line identification presentation (CLIP), caller line identification restrictor (CLIR), Call Me Back *126* and itemized billing ( Phone Number Services, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Analysis Of The Second Coming By William Butler Yeats n the Poem The Second Coming from William Butler Yeats is about revolutions, (John 2.18). When Yeats wrote The Second Coming the world around him was filled with violence and turmoil. Due to WWI had just ended, The Russian Revolutions had started, and The Angelo Irish War was approaching. That left Yeats trying to come to terms with the end of an age and the changing future of the 20th Century. For Yeats, the future of the world was in chaos and this left Yeats struggling to understand his own personal beliefs in religion. This is seen throughout The Second Coming. For the poem The Second Coming Yeats uses a narrator, for his writing in The Second Coming he used a new form of writing for the time called automatic writing, this form of writing left Yeats looking down different paths of religion and mysticism and more into the world of the supernatural. This new form of writing is where Yeats could dictate spirits that would take over his writing. In The Second Coming he uses an elegant syntax and uses different words such as the word Spiritus Mundi in Latin instead of saying the Anti Christ and Bethlehem in the meaning of Christ s birthplace. Yeats continues his search for religion throughout the poem in The Second Coming by using a pose sonnet, he liked to break up the coherence of his sonnets and write them to be rugged, colloquial, and to have concrete language, and he liked to rhyme, and often off rhymed for example, in The Second Coming the sun and the man are the only words that rhyme, he also uses linear writing and short sentences. Yeats continues in his search for religion in The Second Coming from the genre, to the patterns, that even follow the symbolism of the poem. Yeats uses the genre that is Poetry and uses several patterns where he writes about the world being in trouble and the 20th Century is asleep and where the earth is being transformed into a desert, where darkness of black shadows are taking over the earth and a beast is rising, he explains this in many ways throughout The Second Coming . Yeats also talks and relates back throughout the whole poem in talking about the falcon circling as the same as the gyre circling. As symbolism throughout The Second Coming Yeats ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. My Book Hunting Experience On The Internet In the second decade of the 21st century, cultural diversity has become an incredibly popular idea. The awareness of cultural diversity has integrated its way into all aspects of American society. America is one of the most culturally diverse societies in the world, containing a multitude of different ethnic and cultural groups. Though, success looks different to us all, some studies suggest that literacy skills are vital for cultivating a fruitful society. Children learn best when they can identify with the literature they are reading. The relevancy of the character s, plot, and setting are especially important to early learners, thru literature they begin to absorb the world around them. That is why we must expose early learners to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I wanted a book that did not feature just one specific group of people so, I decided to return to the web and narrow my search. I came across a book written by Mary Hoffman and Ros Asquith titled, The Great Big Book of Families, it was published in the UK in 2010. Next, I previewed the book online to determine if it was a quality text. Then, I researched where I could find a hard copy of the book. I located a copy of the book at Barnes and Nobel. After viewing the book in person, I decided to buy it for my own children s book collection. The book is about how different families live, and features vivid illustrations to accompany the text. The book begins with Once upon a time most families in books looked like this But in real life, families come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. (p. 6). The illustration depicted your typical heteronormative, Caucasian nucleus, containing a dad, mom, brother, sister, dog and cat. They live in a cottage style home with a white picket fence. The text at the bottom of the illustration read, In this book are a lot of families living in different ways. Perhaps there s one that looks like yours (p.7). This hooked me, I wanted to turn the page. The book featured several types of families including, single parent families, adoption, and same sex parents, to name a few. It also introduced different ways families live, work, go to school, and celebrate special occasions. I was surprised to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. The Importance Of Cleanliness And Cleanliness Fourteen days into your cohabitating household joy, you may find that your accomplice s inclination for leaving toothpaste spots in the sink each morning drives you up the wall. They requested that each cohabitating respondent uncover on the off chance that they had solid inclinations about certain home propensities the thought being that if more individuals have a solid inclination about a propensity, it will probably motivate a contention between accomplices. The main inclination is shutting the blinds and shades around evening time 85 percent of respondents said that an accomplice s contradiction would be a major issue. Home Advisor s study likewise uncovered more around one unavoidable issue that presumably entered your thoughts in the event that you live with your accomplice: Is it men or ladies who tend to be more clean? More ladies said that they were disturbed by mess and unkempt things. Men win the kitchen fight: Men will probably clean their grimy dishes immediately in the wake of utilizing them. To take in more about the outcomes, including geographic breakdowns of latrine seat and indoor regulator inclinations, look at the full investigation on Home Advisor. Men and ladies washroom cleanliness propensities uncovered and the outcomes will appall you With regards to office cleanliness, men are frequently the ones blamed for having poor cleanliness and a lesser comprehension of washroom decorum. Men thought their female associates were near ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. William Crookes Essay A man by the name of William Crookes was one of the main contributors to the new fields of physics and chemistry that emerged in the late 19th century. Crookes analysis of the photographic process in the 1850s inspired his work in the science of spectroscopy. Using techniques of spectroscopy Crookes discovered the element thallium. His efforts in discovering the weight of thallium in an evacuated chamber led to his research in vacuum physics. When Crookes was sixteen he entered the Royal College of Chemistry. He studied under August Wilhelm von Hofmann as an assistant in 1851. A few years later while attending a meeting at the Royal Institution, Crookes met the physicist Michael Faraday, who convinced him to switch his specialty to physics ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... After the series of séances, Crookes began to explore spiritualism. Once Crookes began to talk about his encounters with ghosts to his more traditional scientific colleagues, they ended up feeling that he had lost all form of neutrality and became too attached to the spirits. After 1875 Crookes stopped all tests to contact spirits and all other paranormal phenomena, however; he still supported the Society for Psychical Research and served as the president in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Holding Out For a Hero I was really super excited for this trip, words can t explain. I was planning on coming to Cali soon, but I had to raise money. This trip is all free. I get to go to San Diego, California. Wow. I had just finished zipping my suitcase when I heard the car horn. The Jacks are here! I smiled widely already getting butterflies about everything and ran down with my stuff. It was a struggle, but never stop an ambitious girl who is about to fly to San Diego. I opened my front door and motioned for one of them to get out of the car and come help with my bags. I only had one suitcase but it was heavy. I grabbed my carry on and jogged to the car as Johnson grabbed my suitcase. I made sure that my phone and laptop were fully charged once we were on our way. I reached into my bag and looked for my books making sure I had brought them. What else am I supposed to do on the plane? San Diego is going to be sweet! We re meeting the guys up at the beach after we get there, Johnson exclaimed and pumped his fist. I giggled at his personality and nodded. I ve always wanted to go to the beach. I m so excited guys, you have no idea! I shook my hands, a little habit I do since I was little. My mom used to tell me to shake off all the nerves, so I d shake my hands, I m so excited for the beach. The sun, the sand, the water, the bikinis, and the hot guys. Agh! Gilinsky looked genuinely hurt, The only hot guys you should be focused on there are me and Jack. I literally laughed, Like that s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Communist Economy Communism is considered to be a further step beyond Marxism. It is considered to be a society which is classless. The wealth is redistributed so that the control of the wealth does not lie only in the hands of the rich people. The privately owned businesses are converted into state property which then functions for the benefit of all the people of the state rather than an elite group of people. As the name implies, it is a form of government for the entire community. Communism upholds the idea that the basic needs of society should be provided to all, irrespective of any class differences. It also promotes the fact that every worker should be rewarded for all his work and hold a share in the profits. Communism is broadly defined as a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The other matters that are highly criticized within a communist economy are the facts that these economies face several issues such as shortage of goods such as products of basic necessities, other class/creed issues, etc. All these problems and issues lead to an increase in the economic problems of the communist country. The economic problems of the country can be increased because of the short comings related to communism. In communism the governments try to create a classless society regardless of the special talents that people are provided with. It is because of this reason that a communist government faces problems when appointing officers to specific positions. Moreover if these positions are not held by people who have the right talent then the government can fail and this can create problems for the whole country. Moreover, the wages that workers have to be paid depend on the government itself and this creates a problem again. The people are only paid at a subsistence level and hence they can only fulfill their basic needs such as food and shelter. When the question of personal interest comes, the governments cannot fulfill these interests of people. It is because of this very reason ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Flowers For Algernon Comprehension Questions Flowers For Algernon Comprehension Questions Charlie decides to put his knowledge and skills to good use when he sees the boy drop the dishes at the restaurant. He wants, to work in the field of increasing human intelligence levels. The boy at the diner was so oblivious of the fact he was being made fun of, and that reminded Charlie of himself. He didn t want other people to end up like he did. (Keyes, 202) Time has become important for Charlie because he does not know how much time he has left in his life. After watching Algernon die, along with the other animals producing strange behavior, Charlie is questioning the safety of his operation, and he is trying to finish his studies before he loses his intelligence or dies. (Keyes, 203) ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Washing A Car Analysis Every Sunday morning until the weather drops below freezing and my parents do not let me use the hose, I wash my car. This may seem like an ordinary job to some, but to me washing a car requires a distinctive technique. No matter how tired I am, every Sunday morning I wake up, brush my teeth, put on my blue sweatpants and red sweatshirt, grab the keys to the car, and head out into the driveway. Not even the puppy follows me outside; he likes to sleep till eleven o clock on Sundays. I pull the car out into the driveway and position it just right so that the morning sun is blocked by the thick leaves and branches of the tall maple, and so I can easily walk around the back end. I then attach the longest hose I can find in the basement of my house ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Zora Neale Hurston Sweat The story Sweat by Zora Neale Hurston tells the story of Delia who overcame her abusive husband, Sykes through her development of becoming a strong woman. The development of Delia s character throughout the story relates to Zora Neale Hurston s life of growing up into a strong, empowered woman. Delia and Zora were both verbally and physically abused which made them afraid and timid. Zora made her characters talk in a dialect that she grew up listening to which was uncommon to do in literature. Delia and Zora both had to provide for themselves by putting in the effort remain stable and happy. They also stood up for what they believed in which started their development into strong women. Delia had to let her husband die in order to gain independence, while Zora had to move away from home in order to be successful in her future which developed them both develop into independent women. They became stronger because of these things which empowered them to take back control of their lives. The snake is a symbol in the story that represents the evil that was overcome by the good. This story can now be better analyzed when looking at the life of Delia which connects to Zora Neale Hurston s life. Delia was physically abused many times by her husband, Sykes. He was also mentally and verbally abusive to her by calling her names and constantly teasing her. This can be seen when he pretends to scare Delia with a snake, and then calls her names for being scared. In Zora s life, this is seen where she also grew up as an abused child from her father. Her father did not like her very much because her sassy attitude. He said that she was too spirited and too mouthy for her own good which hurt her feelings and made her very aware that she was not his favorite child in the family (Boyd 27). Her father would also physically abuse her by threatening and spanking her as a child. In the story, Sykes represents Zora s father because they were both abusive towards women. Zora included this detail in her story to explain her life as a child. The story is put in the perspective of a grown woman who had been abused, but how she would feel the same pain a child would feel who had been abused. No matter the person s age, anyone ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. The Engineered Wetland System ( Epa ) The engineered wetland system are often described as the kidneys of the earth according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) due to its role in filtration of toxic waste that flows into another body of water. The wetland treatment system uses the surrounding vegetation, soil as well as microbial life for the improvement of water quality. These systems are meant to provide and increase water quality for the surrounding ecosystem as well as for humans. Wetland system whether or not they are natural or constructed requires the presence of surface water. When water flows through the wetland, the solids are trapped by the vegetation and establish themselves with the vegetation. Pollutants are transformed to less soluble form and are either absorbed by surrounding plants or becomes dormant. The wetland plants also provide the necessary conditions that allow for microorganisms to thrive on. Through a complicated development these microbes are transformed and aids in the removal of additional pollutants. During stormwater runoffs often carry with it fertilizers or waste from leaking septic fields that have the proper nutrients for plants and microorganism s uptake. These nutrients contain organic chemical such as phosphorus and nitrogen that are converted by the microbes into inorganic forms as nitrate and ammonium, which then can be digested. This allows for the plants and microbes to thrive in the wetlands together forming a symbiotic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Feet By Seamus Deane Summary Feet, September 1948 from Reading in the Dark (1996) by Seamus Deane Feet , an extract from Reading in the Dark by Seamus Deane, depicts the death of a young girl, Una, from the perspective of her unnamed older brother. It focuses upon the narrator s observations, of both his sister and the adults around him, as well as the emotions and reactions of the narrator. Throughout the extract, Deane crafts an atmosphere of intimacy, and innocence, through his word choice and use of perspective. By choosing to write from the first person perspective, Deane allows the reader to feel more connected with the narrator s thoughts and feelings, as the emotions being depicted are raw and unfiltered, amplifying their emotional impact upon the reader. Furthermore, the first person narrative allows Deane to modify his diction for effect, simplifying it through his repetition of the pronoun I to create an innocent, childlike tone. Another technique employed to create this atmosphere is Deane s utilisation of simple adjectives such as redness , glossy , shiny , fright and huge when describing objects. This limited vocabulary illustrates the youth of the narrator, extending this idea of innocence. This idea of innocence feeds into a major theme of the extract, the narrator s inability to grapple with the illness and impending death of his sister. Deane illustrates this effectively through the narrator s location within the scene. He has taken refuge under the table, hidden by a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Themes Of Religion In The Bondock Saints The Crime of Justice Never shall innocent blood be shed, yet the blood of the wicked shall flow like a river. Nourished by their strong faith, Connor and Murphy MacManus used this as their mantra to overcome Boston s evil mafia. Justice as the reward for the less fortunate, the Macmanus brothers ended the corrupt society. The Boondock Saints is a movie about religion, family, and vigilante justice. Connor and Murphy MacManus are fraternal twins who were driven by their Irish Catholic Faith to provide justice, and kill Boston s corrupt mafia leaders. Growing up without their father the boys never forgot the values and traditions their family had taught them. Rocco a previously known low level mafia member, realised his wrong ways and joined the MacManus brothers. The relationship between the MacManus brothers and Rocco had grow so much, that Rocco was part of their small family. Their actions were so unavoidable that it persuaded Agent Smacker, an FBI investigator, to help them towards the climax of the movie. At the end of the movie Connor and Murphy are reunited with their father who also worked to re establish justice in the community. The first prominent theme in the movie was religion. It was represented in the scene where Connor and Murphy were in the air ducts of the hotel, and started to look for the room where the mafia members were meeting. Once they found the room they lowered themselves via rope ceiling and began shooting all the members. After all the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Pros And Disadvantages Of Globalization In Pakistan Essay Globalization has been around ever since mankind began to trade. The dissolution of economic boundaries between nations, and the movement of information, goods, services and human resource across international borders has resulted in massive diversification. Due to fast communication, distances between countries continue to shrink . Different nations, cultures and traditions have become closely connected and the interdependence between them has increased more than ever. With the passage of time, this has resulted in global integration of economies into one. Pakistan is no exception. With the introduction of electronic media and internet in Pakistan, the common man, unable to travel around the globe, gained access to the world outside Pakistan. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Cotton, textile, grains, fruits and vegetables are the major exports and source of foreign exchange earnings. The international trade regulation and competition have caused Pakistani producers to introduce technologies in processing and manufacturing better quality, cost effective and value added products, in accordance with the international standards. In addition to this, globalization has opened doors for millions of job opportunities for Pakistanis all over the world. Personal remittances account for 7% of GDP for Pakistan (World Bank, 2015) and not only help in increasing the living standards but also, through private domestic investments, help in economic growth. Furthermore, the free and preferential trade agreements with regional and international economies has allowed the inflow of technology and surplus capital into Pakistan, allowing the development of infrastructure, telecommunication and energy ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Unusual Circumstances Management in Unusual Circumstances: Consider options in difficult to control patients Discuss with the medical team. Only give 120mg of Diazepam per day after medical review. Switching to IV diazepam Administer IV diazepam emulsion as a bolus by peripheral or central route. Administer the undiluted emulsion at a rate of 1ml per minute (5mg per minute). Give a dose of 10mg every 30 60 minutes until symptoms are subside or the patient markedly sedated. Usual maximum dose is 30mg in 24 hours. Monitor for symptoms of withdrawal and sedation. For patients with liver failure, use IV Lorazepam 1mg to 2mg every 5 minutes until the patient is awake but calm. In elderly patients, consider using half the recommended adult dose. Monitor ECG, blood ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It may be more appropriate to assess physical symptoms objectively and use a FIXED reduction regime immediately. Start at Day 2 of the 5 day withdrawal scale If using a FIXED reducing regime, it may be necessary to use prn Chlordiazepoxide on top of the fixed regime I the first 24 hours to prevent breakthrough withdrawal symptoms. If the prn doses are utilised a review of the fixed regimen doses are needed after 24 hours. The doses will need to increase to take into account the prn utilisation. Elderly patients To minimize adverse effects associated with benzodiazepines (e.g. over sedation, confusion, and ataxia) in the elderly it is important to bear in mind the start low and go slow rule. In general, recommended to use half the dose of the benzodiazepine. Patients with liver failure The metabolism of Diazepam is impaired in liver disease, but it may be used cautiously in mild to moderate impairment (reduce the dose by 50%). For patients with severe or acute liver impairment, use lorazepam as an alternative as its metabolism is not impaired in liver disease. Pregnant ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Examples Of Bravery In I Am Mordred The code knights of the Middle Ages followed laid out strict guidelines for them. They were expected be top class and perfect in many ways. Of the strict rules they followed, there were also several traits a knight was expected to exhibit. These traits of bravery, loyalty and generosity are outlined in the novel, I am Mordred. Firstly, bravery is exhibited in various places throughout the novel. The first is when Nyneve comes to take Mordred from his fishermother. Though Nyneve is not a knight, she exhibits great bravery in riding alone. Mordred spends much of his life refusing to fight and being content with being called a coward, until he is faced with death. He fights back and is rescued by Sir Lancelot who says, Now you re a blooded knight, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Civic Participation The article Political Participation: Does Religion Matter? by Jones Correa M. and Leal D. researches the impact of regularly attendance at church on civic participation. The article test the findings from Voice and Equality Civic Voluntarism in American Politics regarding political participation variance between Catholics and Protestants and ethnic groups. They find that All things being equal, those regularly attending church participation more than those who do not. In contrast to the prior study they believe that regular attendance is the driver of participation vs race and religious denomination. They believe that people who attend church on a regular basis have a strong social network. The network includes people that have the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Ergot Poisoning And The Salem Witch Trials We ve all heard the stories of the Salem Witch Trials that occurred in 1692 and 1693. During these harsh times, lives were lost due to the strong religious beliefs of the Puritans who full heartedly believed that the Devil was present in everyday life and that he lived in the woods. In contrast to their popular belief at the time, real scientific evidence has been presented that the reason behind the Salem Witch Trials was actually Ergot Poisoning, not the Devil. According to the article, ergot is a fungus, that affects the rye grain, (PBS 2016), which causes numerous side effects. Many factors contribute to the ergot poisoning idea, such as the climate and growing conditions that ergot thrives in, what wheat rye was infected in relation to where the accused and accusers lived as well as the time span, and the symptoms of this type of poisoning. A crucial piece of evidence to the ergot theory is the growing circumstances ergot requires and why grain the people of Salem grew could have so easily circumed to it. For starters, the main crop grown in Salem at this time was rye. This grain is so easily taken over by ergotism, because when wet periods occur the flowers on the rye grain stay open longer, which allows ergot a longer period of time to affect the grain than in most cases. In addition, in order for the ergot to grow on the grain, the crop has to be in a , warm, damp, swampy place, (Anna 2012). Throughout the spring and summer months before the winter the witch ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Patients With Newly Diagnosed Hypothyroidism And Their... Patient education. FNP needs to educate patients with newly diagnosed hypothyroidism and their caregiver if necessary in regards to its disease process, side effect of medications, importance of compliance and follow up. Hypothyroidism is often a lifelong condition and therefore it is important to counsel the patient at the point of diagnosis (Roe, 2015). Taking L thyroxine is the main treatment mechanism; therefore, medication compliance is the one of the most important part in education. The clinical effect of L thyroxine may include normalizing abnormalities associated with hypothyroidism. Optimal treatment of hypothyroidism may lead to improvement of various symptoms. In neuropsychological aspect, patients may show improved motor skills, myopathy and depression. With treatment, patient s overall energy level may enhance constipation symptoms may improve and weight problem may lessen if thyroid balance was a main contributor. It has been shown that treatment of hypothyroidism would also improve lipid profiles in patients (Roe, 2015). Longstanding hypothyroidism is accompanied by impaired function of nearly all organs and tissues, and the clinical response to replacement therapy may continue for months. Normally, L thyroxine administration improves clinical symptoms associated with hypothyroidism without adverse effects. Rare cases of intolerance which may be caused by reaction to tablet colors or other constituents have been report (Garber, 2012). The most common ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. The Debate On Global Warming Global Warming Argumentive Essay Both Al Gore and Daniel Botkin have different arguments on global warming. They are both think very similar on the same topic. Because one part of the argument is serious, and the other one is not so much. But, the point is that both of their stories are pointing out to their views on this issue. But, according to Webster Dictionary, Global Warming is when the increase in the world s temperature that is to believe to increase by carbon dioxide. Both of the authors have a different view on this topic they have a different position, logic, and facts on what Global warming really is. Gore s take on the global warming issue is serious, because he is talking about the dangers of global warming . He states in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... But, it makes the hurricanes stronger; in which it just magnifies its own destructive power. He states, in his words that hurricanes are like heat engines. This is because of how heat type gases warming the waters, such as rivers and oceans. Botkin tends to use scarce tactics, which are very similar to Gore. He states, in his essay Global Warming Delusions that contrary to the latest news, the evidence on global warming will have very serious effects on life is thin . Therefore, Botkins evidence is focusing on the contrary of the global warming issue. In 2007, global warming climate change experts say that twenty to thirty percent of animals will be threatened by extinction if global warming actually happens. However, during the past 2.5 million years scientists have experienced the climactic change and how rapid and warm it is. In fact, he believes that modern climatological models will make almost every spices on the planet to be extinct. The only exceptions of the global warming extinctions are the large mammal such as saber tooth tigers and mammoths. The only reason, is because they have lived for a thousand to five thousand plus years than other species on the plant during the Antarctic ice age days. Botkin claims that the earth was once warned about the tropical diseases spreading due to global warming. However, sources have proven to us that some changes in the temperature are not consistent with the changes of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Evaluate Agreed Ways of Working That Relate to Rights and... Julia Colley Level 3 Diploma Hea lth and Social Care Enable rights and choices of individuals with dementia whilst minimising risks 1.1 These are some of the legislation related to minimising the risk of harm for an individual with dementia. Key legislation are Human Rights Act 1998, Mental Health Act 2007, Disability Discrimination Act, Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006, Carers (equal opportunities ) Act 2004. Together these legislations form the fundamental rights and freedom of an individual. These affect the rights of every day life of an individual including what they can say and do, their beliefs, right not to be tortured and right for a fair trial. These rights have limits to ensure that other peoples rights are ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is important to ensure that there is a fair, open and honest culture around complaints so that people feel confident in bringing concerns to the attention of the service provider without fear of retribution. Vulnerable people or those who find it difficult to make their views heard should be protected and have access to adequate support. Each organisation should have in place a complaints procedure. This information leaflet is in the service users care plan. Part of the role of the carer is to make the complaints procedure available for people to use. Also to assist in making complaints, either directly, by supporting them in following the procedure or indirectly by making sure that they are aware of the complaints procedure and are able to follow it. 4.1 You need to give the individual you are caring for choice and control. Enabling the individual to make choices about the way they live and the care they receive. Speak to the person respectively and listen to what they are saying. Enable the person to maintain their usual standards of personal hygiene and enabling them to maintain their independence by providing a little bit of help. Build on the individuals strengths and abilities to maximise and promote their independence .You should enable the person to feel valued and safe. Respect a persons privacy and personal ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Textual Analysis Of A Movie There are some films that are notorious for making people cry. 2 Think of Schindler s List (1993), Titanic (1997) and Sophie s Choice (1982). Even kiddie flicks such as Toy Story 3 (2010) and Up (2009) make these tear filled lists. 3 These films must elicit strong emotional responses from their audiences but how is music used to accompany or even amplify these sob worthy motion pictures? This essay will survey a selection of six films known for their emotional impact and attempt to analyse what function music serves in their most devastating scenes. Aspects such as instrumentation and tempo will be explored as well as whether the music s tone agrees with that of the scene. Are the scores more effective if the music feels sad on its on terms? ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As Rose begins to understand Jack has died, there is very little extra diegetic sound. A gentle chiming can be heard which gives the scene a sense of the mystical. The calls of the rescue boat become muffled and slow: the shots of the boat are in fact in slow motion. When Rose fully understands that Jack has been completed refrigerated, we hear the sound of a female voice, accompanied by some gentle synths. The singer is performing a rendition of Rose and Jack s love theme, which has been developed throughout the film. This particular version of James Horner s theme is more bare than its other occurrences, which have been more heavily accompanied. Most of all, it is interesting that upon losing that relationship, music plays that was supposed to be representative of the strength of that relationship. The score, by association, is able to remind us of what has been lost the theme has collected their formative moments as their relationship grew throughout the film. Now there s a double edge to this because quite famously the love theme for Titanic became a hit single for pop singer Celine Dion. Thus the emotional score also becomes a commodity to be sold for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. 21 Day Fix Plan Recipe 21 Day Fix Plan Table of contents 1. Description 2. Introduction 3. Chapter 1: get your fix on! 4. Chapter 2: the magical elixir 5. Chapter 3: unlock your body s healing potential 6. Chapter 4: 21 Day Fix Plan Recipes 7. Chapter 5: 21 Day Fix Meal Plan 8. Conclusion Description First and foremost, I would like to congratulate and thank you for purchasing the book 21 Day Fix Plan. In this eBook, you will find adaptable and proven diet, fitness and overall health strategies that are all aimed at helping you shed the stubborn weight in a foolproof and sustainable way starting with a turbo charged 21 day plan. Embracing healthy, natural and nutrient dense whole foods that are endowed with high quality calories combined with a regular fitness regimen is the sole key to finding balance in your life and ultimately getting rid of the excess pounds once and for all. We are first going to start by defining and laying the foundation of the 21 Day Fix Plan by delving deeper into its philosophies and why you should follow it to effectively meet your weight loss goals. The second part will take you through healthy, mouth wateringly tasty and simple recipes made from natural foods to start off your 21 day journey on a calorie burning high. The 21 Day Fix Plan is the diet that changes your life starting today, so giddy up, it s time to floor the pedal to the metal! Introduction Have we become such a vain people or are we honestly looking to become healthier? This is the prime ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. The Workplace Of The Cheesecake Factory The Cheesecake Factory has been in operation for over thirty years. We opened the door to the first Cheesecake Factory store on February 25,1978 in Beverly Hills, California. Since then, we have excelled and expanded tremendously. We currently have over two hundred stores around the world. Our unique settings set us apart and give us diversity in the restaurant industry. We appeal to a vast majority of patrons, and pride ourselves on the integrity of the Company. Our staff is just as diverse as the dining experience that we offer. We are aware that our staff consists of persons for many different background. The Cheesecake Factory has A Code of Conduct in place to regulate conduct and ensure that, while providing great service, the staff ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This key area is important to the Company because it provides a general overview of the level of respect that is expected to be upheld by all staff members. It clearly explains that staff is responsible and will be held accountable for complying with the rules and regulations set forth in the Code of Conduct as it pertains to this Company. The General Standards of Conduct holds both management and hourly staff to a universal level of standards ensuring that everyone be treated fairly. Conflicts of Interests All staff members have responsibilities with respect to our Company and its stockholders. Accordingly, staff members must avoid situations that create a conflict of interest or the appearance of a conflict of interest with the Company. A conflict of interest often arises when an individual s personal interests conflict with those of the Company. The Conflict of Interests section is a significant area because it explains in full detail the responsibilty of the staff to uphold the best interest of the company in any situations that may arise. It is important for the staff to know and understand that you all are representation of the Cheesecake Factory. We must all work together to continuosly better the future of Company. This section explains the importance of communicating with upper management as well and using sounds judgement when facing situations to ensure that the best interest of the Company is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Why Do Immigrants Take American Jobs Immigration has been a widely controversial topic for most Americans. Many Americans claim that immigrants take American jobs right under our noses. The notion that immigrants take American jobs, is a huge misconception. In Aviva Chomsky s novel, They Take Our Jobs! and 20 other myths about immigration, explores different ideas on why many Americans believe that immigration is a big threat to the current American job market. To battle these tropes, Chomsky states facts and backs her claims with many examples to amply prove that Immigration is not a major factor to the loss of jobs. Though many Americans will continue to blame immigrants, mainly because they are legally deprived of many of the rights U.S. citizens get. It s an easy scapegoat ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The catch is, the jobs that are available aren t always the most highest paid jobs that people want to do. It s certainly not enough to support families, but immigrants and some poor Americans will still work those jobs, because it s the only thing they are able to do. They settle for lousy jobs, and embrace the low wages. But even if population continues to grow, it s not guaranteed that job s will continue to keep flourishing if the community isn t well. Job s that affect the community are local jobs, which help out the community because the money they make goes towards the community. But most jobs rely on the global market to stay afloat in the economy. And typically, the jobs that rely on the global market instead of the local market, aren t able to support the local communities which can keep local communities stagnant. The more support that goes into the global businesses, leads local businesses to often close, which follows more job losses. The more job losses there are in the community, the more people will leave the community to find a different one with actual jobs. It s a continuous ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Garden Glory chapter 1 Essay Q A: Create a sample list of owners and properties. Your list will be similar in structure to that in Figure 1:30, but it will concern owners and properties rather than owners and pets. Your list should include, a minimum, owner name, phone and billing address, as well as property name, type and address. Answer: PropertyName PropertyType PropertyAddress OwnerLastName OwnerFirstName OwnerPhone OwnerEmail Q B: Describe modification problems that are likely to occur if Garden Glory attempts to maintain the list in spreadsheet. Answer: There are three types of modification are likely to occur in this case. 1 Updating some value in the list 2 Deleting some value in the list ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... So, these two themes are possible. Table: OWNER OwnerID OwnerLastName OwnerFirstName OwnerPhone OwnerEmail Table: PRPPERTY PropertyID PropertyName PropertyType PropertyAddress Creation of tables will solve the updating, adding and deleting problems. For example if we want to update the phone number of a customer we have to change the number in single row of OWNER table and it will update that change in all tables. For example to delete a property if we delete the property in PROPERTY table and we can keep the owner data and to add data, for example, if add a owner data in OWNER table we don t have to add property for that owner. Q D: Create a sample list of owners, properties and services. Your list will similar to that in Figure 1 31. Your list should include the data items form part a as well as the date, description, and amount charged for each service. Answer: PropertyName PropertyType PropertyAddress OwnerLastName OwnerFirstName OwnerPhone OwnerEmail Service Date Charge Q E: Illustrate modification problems that are likely to occur if Garden Glory attempts to maintain the list from part D in spreadsheet.
  • 42. Answer: 1 Adding some value in the list 2 Deleting some value in the list 3 Updating some value in the list Updating value: For example, there will be problem ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. The Importance Of Freedom In American History The country of America is built on the idea of freedom. Early colonists fought a war to gain freedom from Britain, and once they won, made sure to give their newly earned rights to America s citizens. Everything else in American History has been based off of this idea, such as when the Civil War was fought over the controversy of slaves freedom. Elena s experiences in American History by Judith Ortiz Cofer reflect all of the freedoms that American citizens get. As a result of her family s immigration to the U.S., Elena benefits from freedoms that were established by the founding of America. The Constitution gives people the rights to free speech and religion, and because of these rights, she gets to interact with people of different cultures and beliefs than her own by going to public school. She claims that she was going to college and become a teacher (296), which shows that in America she has the freedom to be who she wants to be. Additionally, she is allowed to make many decisions for herself, such as something as simple as trying to be friends with Eugene, a white neighbor, or something as big as having a say in how the country is run when she is old enough, through America s democracy. Because she is in America, she is not forced to work. In a lot of other countries, children are made to do hard labor, but in America, Elena is allowed to be a kid and play. All of these freedoms attract people to the U.S, and Elena s family moved to America because they saw a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Success of the Ancient Roman Empire Essay Between approximately 509 BCE and the third century CE the Roman empire continually expanded and became one of the largest in history. While this expansion was due to many reasons, not the least of which was greed, to a great extent it was made possible because of Rome s overwhelming military and its combination of a democratic and republic government. (Lee) (Ferril) Many of Rome s successes were due to its highly trained and disciplined army. Rome s army became the best in the known world. The Roman army was organized into divisions of soldiers according to their social class. The ranks of the army could be divided into five classes. The first class were those who were the most well off, they were equipped with the best weapons, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Some examples of these would include The Battering Ram, The Turris, and The Ballista. The Roman army was also very willing to incorporate the war tactics and the weapons of their defeated enemies if they were deemed beneficial. (Alchin) These improvements provided the Roman army advantages in battle. The Roman generals that were picked to lead the army were highly skilled in the art of war. They were masters of attack and counterattacks, the use of mounted and unmounted calvary as well as archery. As a result of the Roman army s successful tactics, Rome therefore was able to achieve massive amounts of territory and assemble a substantial empire. (Cavazzi) As Rome expanded throughout Europe and acquired a growing number of citizens, the army was able to greatly increase its numbers. This ensured Rome a nearly unlimited supply of new soldiers. As Rome conquered communities, more and more people were becoming Romanized, and noticed as Roman citizens. Of course these new citizens were expected to pay taxes, allowing the empire to grow economically as well as militarily. During the Roman rule of Augustus, Caesar and Trajan, Rome s laws were continually improved making Rome ever more powerful and ethical. (Ferril) Throughout the rise and fall of the Roman empire, the government was a combination of a democracy and republic. Starting with Romulus, Rome was first ruled by a series of seven kings until 509 BCE when Rome constructed itself a Republic til ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. The Meaning Of Discipline In School Discipline means follow rules to be worked hard by someone in the interest of teaching something to the student. Discipline is taught in many places in many ways. I was taught discipline at a school that studied the art of taekwondo. This school helped me with my shyness and confidence problem. Without Euns Martial Arts Center I would not be the person I am today. My first year of taekwondo taught me the meaning of discipline. Joining this school was one the best decisions I ever made. I can never forget the day I decided this was the thing I wanted to do. It was a sunny day and my dad and I were wondering around Knoxville when we came upon EMAC. My dad had decided that I needed something to help me with my lack of confidence so we walked through that door. I was amazed as we sat there and watched the class. There were colorful belts and at the end they fought each other with pads on their legs and arms. After they bowed and shook hands with the teacher and his assistants. He walked over to where we were sitting. Welcome! he said with a Korean accent. My dad introduced himself and I did the same. Then we followed him to a room in the back of what looked like a padded room where the class had just practiced. I didn t know it then it said OFFICE. I was amazed by the Korean artifacts. He and my dad talked like what seemed like an hour. Then I tried on uniforms they were white and felt like itchy paper on my skin ,but it fit. We then said good bye to the teacher and went on ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. The Perks Of Being A Wallflower Coming Of Age Analysis The Realization of Passivity Where should I go? asked Alice. That depends on where you want to end up responded The Cheshire Cat. (Carroll Lewis) The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky is a phenomenal coming of age novel that depicts how Charlie, the introverted protagonist, develops a new understanding of life. Set in the early 1990s, Charlie narrates his freshmen year of high school experience through an anonymous series of letters to a stranger. He begins the novel isolated by his peers and feeling lonely until he is befriended by Sam and Patrick, two seniors who encourage Charlie to experience new things and life live to its fullest. Charlie is considered to be a wallflower, which is someone who, because of shyness ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The first symbol is revealed when Sam is speaking to Charlie to truly participate about how it s not enough to have friends or just be there but that, Charlie really needs to engage with his friends. It s great that you can listen and be a shoulder to someone, but what about when somebody doesn t need a shoulder? What if they need arms or something like that? You can t just sit there and put everybody s lives ahead of yours and think that counts as love. You just can t. You have to do things (Chbosky 200). In other words, Sam uses a shoulder to represent Charlie s passivity and wallflower status. The shoulder symbolizes his inaction, a stationary anatomy to be leaned on. It symbolizes how Charlie listens and is always there for his friends but the arm symbolizes how Charlie needs to put himself out there; give his opinions, speak up and challenge others, be a man of action, be the arms . It demonstrates how he emotionally grew to become a shoulder but also how he needs to continue to grow. Undoubtedly, Charlie has become someone who participates in life. This is demonstrated in Charlie s final letter when he describes his ride through the Fort Pitt tunnel with Sam and Patrick. Instead of overanalyzing his drive through the tunnel as he did the previous times, Charlie allows ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Pros And Cons Of Oil Sand 4 Aldersbrook Avenue London, ON N9K 4A4 May 12th, 2018 Don Thompson 478 Pasta Road Edmonton, AB Q8I 4P9 Dear Mr. Thompson: I have watched the YouTube video called The Oil Sands Industry and Canada s Future . I have several concerns regarding some of the statements that you and a few others made during the video. I believe that when it comes to oil sands, there are a lot more negatives than positives that come with them. All oil sand companies are supposed to reclaim lands that have been disturbed due to oil sand operations to their natural state. 10% of the land that has been used by oil sand companies has been reclaimed to their natural state since 1967. That means that the other 90% of the land has not been returned to its natural state. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I hope that we will be able to improve the situation regarding the oil sands. Yours Truly, Adam Csucs Work Citied Tar Sands Facts. Indigenous Environmental Network, www.ienearth.org/tar sands facts/. May 13 Energynownews. The Oil Sands Industry and Canada s Future. Online video clip. YouTube. YouTube, 21 Sept 2011. Web. 13 May 2018. Canada s Oil Patch Expects Production Increase through 2030. The Globe and Mail, The Globe and Mail, 25 Mar. 2017, www.theglobeandmail.com/report on business/industry news/energy and resources/oil sands output seen growing need for new pipelines urgent industry group/article30571357/. May 13 UNUniversity. How Things Work: Canada s Oil Sands. Our World, ourworld.unu.edu/en/canadas oil sands. May ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Moral Hierarchy In Antigone There are many different moral levels that people have. People use reasoning that can be identified with a particular stage on Kohlberg s moral development hierarchy. The higher stages of morality are not usually achieved, according to Kohlberg. In a play called Antigone, one character, name Antigone, has a high level of morality. In Antigone, written by Sophocles, he conveys various moral hierarchy stages through character traits, reasoning, and moral development within this character Antigone is portrayed as being morally straight and obedient to higher standards. She has a high moral standard. For example, she argues to Ismene, He s my brother and yours too; and whether you will or not, I ll stand by him. (Sophocles, ll 52 53). This is showing that she is very dedicated to her family. She will ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Ethos is a type of reasoning that uses ethics. In this case, she says, I will stay with him, my brother; and my crime will be devotion. (Sophocles, ll 89 90). Basically Antigone feels that serving her brother is more important than obeying the law. This is showing that she places higher importance on moral ethics than human laws. In another instance, Antigone states, Haven t you heard? Don t you see hatred marches on love when friends, our own people, our family are treated as enemies? (Sophocles, ll 12 15). In short, she is saying that hatred is ruining her love for her brother in that Kreon is treating Polyneices like an enemy by not giving him a proper burial. This goes against Antigone s views which are that her brother deserves a burial regardless of what he did in his lifetime. This reasoning tells us that Antigone has high levels of morality her standards prove her maturity. This type of reasoning puts her at the fifth stage of Kohlberg s moral development hierarchy, which is social contract and individual rights. Antigone has proven to be at a very high moral state throughout this ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...