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Lord of the Flies Symbol and Theme
"What I mean is... Maybe it's only us."... Simon became inarticulate in his efforts to express mankind's essential illness” (Page 89). In this quote from the Lord of the Flies the beast is used as a symbol to represent the inner savagery that exists within us. Symbol is something that stands for or suggests something else by reason of relationship, association, convention, or accidental resemblance. William Golding uses symbols to support the theme of Lord of the Flies which is civilization vs. savagery. This theme is present in many parts of the book but it is specifically developed using the following three symbols: the beast, the conch shell and
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operations. The first symbol I used is the one that means start and end.
The second symbol I would used is for decision making
The third symbol would be processing this block has only one way in and one way out
The fourth symbol is the print of you output
The last symbol we need to worry about is flow lines which are very important to how the chart will work.
This is the flowchart with all the symbols put in the order of the algorithm. I show what the symbols look like because this is important to having a flowchart that can be read by other students. The two work together to builds a picture that you now see. You will need this when you go further into programming of computers the order and naming is important.
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Symbolism in The Scarlet Letter
Hester Prynne’s scarlet letter is a hardworking symbol, it represents: adultery, sin, hard work, skill, charity, righteousness, sacredness, and, of course, grace.
At first, there is no doubt that it symbolizes the sin of adultery, and Hester wears it as punishment. From the very beginning, she is not willing to let it dictate the terms of her punishment.
“On the breast of her gown, in fine red cloth surrounded with an elaborate embroidery and fantastic flourishes of gold thread, appeared the letter 'A.' It was so artistically done, and with so much fertility and gorgeous luxuriance of fancy, that it had all the effect of a last and fitting decoration to
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developed by ISO (the International Organization for Standardization). ISO 8859 includes the 128 ASCII characters along with an additional 128 characters, such as the British pound symbol and the American cent symbol. Several variations of the ISO 8859 standard exist for different language families:
1. Which value would you choose from #2? There is no one provably “correct” answer to this, but do make sure to justify your choice.
UTF -16 (16 bit)
Choosing UTF-16 conclusion :
UTF-16 encoding is the 16-bit encoding of Unicode. UTF-16 is an extension of UCS-2 (Unicode character set -2) because it supports the supplementary characters that are defined in Unicode 3.2
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Symbol of Rain in A Farewell to Arms
In A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway, Hemingway expresses the struggle of letting go through the theme of rain. It seems as if whenever there is the slightest bit of hope for Catherine and Henry’s relationship, it is destroyed by a disaster. In several instances, including the trip to Milan and Henry’s walk back to the hotel, rain haunts the characters and predicts misfortune. Throughout A Farewell to Arms, rain tends to destroy any happiness felt between Catherine and Henry, as it foreshadows tragedy to come.
One night, while Catherine and Henry are enjoying their time together in Milan, Catherine confesses that she is
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be referred to as taonga (Deluxe Templates,2009). Another material used towards the Maori jewelry is called Jade. The Maori usually collected this material around from their island. In addition to the Maori jewelry there comes symbolic symbols. These symbols represent what that piece of jewelry or specific body ornaments represents and what story lies behind it(Bone Art Place,2008).
In order for someone to tell the story that lies behind the jewelry handcraft. One has to be able to recognize the symbol or shape and form of the body ornament and jewelry. The Maori people have created many different but yet fascinating symbols for their jewelry handcraft. The Maori symbols most commonly
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of symbols such as the Confederate flag. Members of the South Carolina Council of Conservative Citizens were very displeased when the flag was removed from atop the dome of the state capitol in Columbia, South Carolina. Other groups applauded the removal of the flag, which they believe was a racist symbol. How would sociologists explain the divergent meanings of such a symbol? Be sure to review the class notes on components of culture before answering the question. You do not need to email me this one...although it would make an excellent exam question so be sure to do it!
Take a look at the PPT video on Politics and Government. Reflect on where power fits into the social structure.
Work on and complete Exam I. Email it to me before midnight 2/9.
The Monopoly paper will not be due until 2/23 so take your time.
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procedures and laboratory. The university believes that the researcher was wearing nitrile gloves, normal glasses instead of goggles and a synthetic sweater without a lab coat.
Firstly the researcher was not wearing correct PPE. Standard eye glasses do not offer sufficient eye protection as goggles do. She chose to not wear a lab coat which means that the fire caused second and third degree burns over 40% of her body. This damage could have been decreased if she had a lab coat as the flame would’ve destroyed the lab coat before her.
Secondly, she was not trained on using equipment and maybe did not recognise the COSHH hazard symbol that was probably written on the bottle. COSHH is the law
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1. Explain whether or not the fact that Gabby’s surname is Rally gives her the right to use it any way she wishes.
The Federal Trademark Law—Lanham Trademark Act (1946) offers protection and company’s legal right of ownership of its name, logo, or symbol that identifies its products (Halbert & Ingulli, 2010, 342) In this case Gabby is a pizza owner whose last name just happen to coincide with the name of a dealership Rally Motors. Since Gabby is within the same geographical area costumers are confused with its product. According to the Lanham Trademark Act (1946) this could be very well viewed as an infringement of property because it confuses the average consumer as to the nature of
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, that the Wilson home was a “small block of yellow brick” (Fitzgerald 28). This associates the color with Myrtle herself, which is not a good thing. Myrtle is a changing character. She adapts to her surroundings. Not only is she cheating with Tom, but she openly admits it as well. Although Myrtle is a symbol of severe longing and desire to improve her situation, she chooses Tom who treats her like an object. Her house is a sign of the corruption associated with the color Gold.
Cars were a big deal in the 1920’s. John Green states that “Everyone wanted enough money to buy fancy cars, and enough whiskey to crash them.” Nobody took more pride in their car than Mr. Gatsby. It was a custom job. And
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for the characters, like when Mrs. Givings said to her baby that she will find him a nice wet nurse with healthy milk, and then she was near tears, but she recovered. The play in the nearly end turned to be more serious.
The set will be divided into two rooms, the doctor office and the lobby. At the play's climax, the actors step through the imaginary wall dividing the rooms to create the third and final scene, outdoors in the snow. Snow is used throughout the play as a symbol of love.
There is couple of things that I think might be difficult to approach during the play. The first thing is the dividing the stage into two rooms. To solve this problem we will need to have a large stage that can be divided into more than two rooms. The second problem is to let the audience feel and what the Mrs. Daldry feel in the scene where Dr. Giving is using the vibrator on her. To solve this problem we will but a vibrator set that vibrate every time the vibrator is being used.
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unix command to print last name of each person in the fullNames.txt file to the screen
Cut –f2 fullNames.txt > lastNames.txt
5. Write a unix command to create a file called lastNames.txt from the fullNames.txt file. This file should have the last name of each person per line.
Cut –f2 fullNames.txt > lastNames.txt
6. Use a unix command to print the combined firstNames.txt and lastNames.txt files to the screen in a way that each line has the first and las name of one person delimited using : symbol. For instance, the first line to appear on the screen should be
join firstNames.txt lastNames.txt
7. Modify your unix command in step 6 so that the lines are written to another file called newFullNames.txt rather than on the screen.
Join firstNames.txt lastNames.txt > newFullnames.txt
8. Write a unix command to append the line
to the end of your newFullNames.txt file
cat >> newFullnames.txt, mike:brown
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The mission of Filoil Gas Company is to provide qualified entrepreneurs a good source of earnings by operating their own retail stations. Our company is dedicated in providing quality petroleum products and services for all its customers and is geared towards helping elevate the lives of Filipinos.
Filoil’s vision is to become the national symbol of energy and power for the new generation. Filoil believes that the Filipinos can fight poverty by engaging in entrepreneurship as its competitive edge for growth and success
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whilst they are at school. At this moment in time, parents have the option as to whether their child is weighed, yet some people are arguing that all children should be weighed in order to address the potential of a children becoming overweight or at risk. Other methods of regulating the weight of the nation include The Food Standard’s Agency ‘At a Glance’ campaign which shows a colour coded symbol indicating the number of calories, amount of fat, protein etc. and other nutrients in the food item. For example, green means low in fat, sugar etc. whereas on the other end of the spectrum is red which indicates a high amount of calories etc. These initiatives are being used across the country to educate and advice the public on what is healthy and nutritious for them and what is not.
It is these nutrients which influence how our body works,
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is a symbol for the father and son’s relationship because they are struggling to cross the flood, and they have to fight, and get through it together in order to achieve their goal. It is comparable to their relationship, because the father also needs to fight for their relationship in order to regain a good relationship. Crossing the flood, or regain a good relationship both demands fighting, and making an effort in order to achieve your goal, therefor the flood appears as a symbol for their relationship because both demands effort and willingness.
The weather also appears as a symbol for the father’s mood. Despite rain, the father expresses happiness whenever there is a bad weather
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Michael Brown was an unarmed black teenager who was shot and killed by the police in Ferguson. I feel that the unarmed 18 year old has become a powerful symbol of the lack of trust between African Americans and the law enforcement, not only in Ferguson, but in the rest of the country. I doubt that the officer drew his weapon or fired it for no reason. When the officer shot he might have been defending himself. After research, reports say that Brown was shot in the front of his body, so he could have probably been running away. I think that if the officer wanted to kill him after a couple shots I’m sure he would have shot on the chest or head. Also, if Brown did steal from the store, I
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By: William Shakespeare
“Sonnet 18” wrote by William Shakespeare, it is one of the most famous of his work and is believed by many to be the greatest love poems of all time. Formalist criticism is a critical approach use to analyze this poem. It is an approach to literature that focuses on the formal elements of a work, such as its language, structure, and tone. It also pays special attention to diction, irony, paradox, metaphor, and symbol. Every line consists of same interpretation, but different representation of poem because some said it is pertaining to the beauty of youth and other is to the beauty of nature. But still, its meaning is the same; it is
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become a spoiled girl with bad manners.
As the name of the story tells the dress has is an important part of this story. Not alone is it important for the story it is also a symbol in the text. The dress is a symbol of Rachel and Flora’s friendship, and as Flora buries the dress, at the end of the story, she also buries her friendship with Rachel. This isn’t the only dress that is used as a symbol, the black dress Rachel wears at the dinner, symbolizes the hate and anger Rachel have towards her sister. During the arguments at dinner Julia Darling writes: “Behind them a glass smashed on the floor.” This symbolizes that their friendship is broken and may never be fixed.
[ 1 ]. The Dress by Julia Darling: page 2 line 76-77
[ 2 ]. The Dress by Julia Darling: page 5 line 193
[ 3 ]. The Dress by Julia Darling: page 3 line 89-90
[ 4 ]. The Dress by Julia Darling: page 2 line 36-37
[ 5 ]. The Dress by Julia Darling: page 1 line 5-7
[ 6 ]. The Dress by Julia Darling: page 3 line 85-86
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well. The first symbol was really interesting is John Burke, Miss Lottie’s son. Why Collier put him in a story even though he didn’t do anything for the marigolds? He was known as “ queer-headed” because there was something wrong with his mentally. Collier created this character in a purpose. “ If you intruded upon his fantasies, he would become enraged, strike out at you, and curse at you in some strange enchanted language which only he could understand.” He was an explanation for Elizabeth action later when she ripped off all marigolds. It was an unconsciously action when John Burke and Elizabeth weren’t mature enough to know what should do or not.
The marigolds was a big symbol that
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scheme with digital information for the message, QPSK is also a DSBCS modulation scheme but it sends two bits of digital information a time (without the use of another carrier frequency).
The amount of radio frequency spectrum required to transmit QPSK reliably is half that required for BPSK signals, which in turn makes room for more users on the channel.
Signal doesn't cross zero, because only one bit of the symbol is changed at a time
Offset quadrature phase-shift keying (OQPSK) is a variant of phase-shift keying modulation using 4 different values of the phase to transmit. It is sometimes called Staggered quadrature
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A Lesson before Dying
The church is a significant symbol of hope and contradiction in A Lesson before Dying. The contradiction of the church, situated in Henri Pichot’s plantation, commences with its owner’s reluctance to enhance the lives of the African Americans who reside in his plantation. Henri believes that that the African Americans ought to remain in their status as slaves regardless of the abolishment of the slavery institution (Piacentino 73-85). Henri, through the church, possesses considerable powers over the African Americans who utilize his property, and this illustrates the contradiction that is present in the lives of the African
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with a sense of clarity and understanding. The piece is so simple, and it didn’t crowd my mind with thoughts like the majority of the other art pieces in the museum. Beyond the solace I found in this painting, my initial interpretation of this piece is kind of random. I initially thought that this painting was the famous equal sign symbol that represents the Human Rights Campaign. The Human Rights Campaign uses an equal sign to represent the equitable treatment of individuals that identify under and LGBTQIA+ identity. In all honesty, the painting reminded me of the red equal sign cover people were putting over their profile photos last Spring, before the Supreme Court ruling regarding marriage
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first franchised restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois, the ninth Mc Donald's restaurant overall.
(Franchising is the practice of using another firm's successful business model.)
With the expansion of McDonald's into many international markets, the company has become a symbol of globalization and the spread of the American way of life.
The original mascot of McDonald's was a man with a chef's hat on top of a hamburger shaped head whose name was "Speedee". Speedee was eventually replaced with Ronald McDonald a clown shaped man having puffed out costume legs.
McDonald's predominantly sells hamburgers, various types of chicken sandwiches and products, French fries, soft drinks, breakfast
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Everybody knows that criminals have no morals, hence nothing good can we expect from them. But police are supposed to be the symbol of law and order and discipline. Even they are indulged in corruption. This is more so because they enjoy unlimited powers and there is no action against them even on complaints and sufficient proof of abuse of office atrocities and high handedness.
Corruption can be need-based or greed-based. Better governance can at least help to check need-based corruption. Better governance can check greed based corruption also because punishment for the corrupt will be very effective and prompt in a better-governed country.
The steps should be taken to correct the
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To successfully develop The Hearty Meal in McDonald’s Malaysia, it is vital that the production of this meal must abide the rules and regulations of Malaysia.
First of all, McDonald’s must acquire a trademark for The Hearty Meal to distinguish it from any other fast food meal in the industry. Trademark is a symbol, word that is legally registered to represent a company or product. A trademark should be given to The Hearty Meal as it is a new product that is modified from the Happy Meal.
Besides getting a trademark, it is compulsory that the Hearty Meal must be Halal certified by JAKIM as Malaysia is a Muslim country. Halal certified food will prove that this meal is
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control structure.] http://group.hugoboss.com/en/organizational_structure.htm
LVMH Business Strategy [LVMH has throughout the years of its establishment applied the multi-brand strategy]
LVMH Financial Performance
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Mascot Name Changes Assignment
a) In the article by King and Springwood (2000), “Fighting Spirits: The Racial Politics of Sports Mascots”, the authors go into detail about how “whiteness” (at Ole Miss) and “redness” (at Florida State) have been used to create a controversial symbol of power that has produced a racial discrepancy between opposing races taking offense to the mascot used by both schools. In the case of Florida State University, the school has developed a mascot (Chief Osceola) that portrays the American Indian as an aggressive savage. “When Osceola leads the FSU football players onto the field, he signifies armed resistance, bravery, and savagery, and his
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in above figure is to explain the scope in which PR provides support to marketing.
- determines the features by ascertaining its quality and standard.
- pertains to the place of origin and the territory of marketing.
- determines the price keeping in mind the market trend, acceptability and
the prevalent competition.
- ascertains the role in the promotion of the product
Impacts of PR
• Marketing strategies
- will help you to define the overall direction and goals for your marketing.
- is a marketing strategy in which a new name, term, symbol, design, or combination.
• Company profile/brand recognition
- the extent to
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out numbers are.
Its symbol is σ (the greek letter sigma)
The formula is easy: it is the square root of the Variance. So now you ask, "What is the Variance?"
The Variance is defined as:
The average of the squared differences from the Mean.
To calculate the variance follow these steps:
* Work out the Mean (the simple average of the numbers)
* Then for each number: subtract the Mean and square the result (the squared difference).
* Then work out the average of those squared differences. (Why Square?)
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usually are not use for security reasons might be navigation shortcuts or can trigger other actions.
A secondary key is a field or combination of fields that can be used
to access or retrieve records. Secondary key values are not unique.
FOREIGN KEY is when a common field exists in more than one table and can be used to form a relationship, or link, between the tables. Most of the time one filed in a table is the primary key in another table.
A common field is an attribute that appears in more than one entity. Common fields can be used to link entities in various types of relationships.
4. What are entity-relationship diagrams and how are they used? What symbol is used to
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text hints that there is a reason to believe that this incident has happened something cruel. In the text do you get as a reader to know that the father in the past have lost a son, and that he has gone to therapy. You may be able to call it his earlier life when this occurred. Through the short story will be told that the father has got a new wife, and thus also a new child. Although he is married, and "happy" there are still some different traits that makes you as a reader, becomes aware that he is not happy. It will be told in the short story, to his father's new wife is very similar to his previous wife. This can be a symbol of unrequited love and need. I believe that his new wife is a
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hopefully bring Gatsby happiness and his love Daisy.
The hope that Gatsby had in rekindling his love with Daisy had been growing stronger every day for the five years they were apart. The result of Gatsby’s wealth gave him the opportunity to move into a house right across the bay from Daisy. His wealth allowed him to throw huge parties in hope of Daisy one day coming by and have the time of her life. Fitzgerald used the green light at the end of Daisy’s dock as a symbol of hope. The green light is a symbol of the future Jay was hoping to have with Daisy. “Gatsby believed in the green light, the orgastic future that year by year recedes before us. It eluded us then, but that’s no matter—tomorrow we
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retail industry, the price/earn ratio 19.3. Both ratios indicate a steady growth in their fields.
Yahoo Finance (2013). Packaged goods. Retrieved from http://www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/financialHighlights?symbol=BERY.P
Yahoo Finance (2013). Food wholesale. Retrieved from http://www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/financialHighlights?symbol=HRL.N
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market by having sole rights to sale rough gem quality diamonds. Even though other organizations within the same industry exist worldwide, De Beers is unique in the market because of the monopoly.
A competitive strategy used by De Beers is controlling the market by limiting the supply of rough diamond to other companies because De Beers a monopoly on rough diamond distribution. In addition, De Beers controls over 60 percent of the world’s diamonds and is able to price the diamonds in any range. These two competitive strategies have enabled De Beers to maximize profits in the long run. Last, De Beers marketing campaign promotes romance and is the symbol of love. “A diamond is forever”, is De
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is partly chronological with a few flashbacks with a 3rd person narrator, who is almost omniscient. The story keeps switching focus on Flora and Rachel. First we here about Rachel and how she found out about her dress and suddenly the narrator switches focus on Flora and how she is enjoying wearing the dress.
The dress is a symbol of Rachel and Flora’s relationship and it is very clear that when Flora buried the dress, it is a symbol of Flora burying the problems that Rachel and Flora have. The dress could also represent the relationship in another way. The dress could represent the relationships status: dead and buried.
The themes in this story broken families and the trouble that it
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A Publicly Traded Company's Worst Nightmare?
This paper is about Indianapolis-based Emmis Communications and an issue that they faced in 2009. Emmis Communications is publicly traded on the NASDAQ index with a ticker symbol of EMMS. The company owns more than 20 radio stations in the United States, including stations in the nation’s top three radio markets, New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. (Emmis Communications, 2010)
There have been many discussions in this course’s classroom about the implications of errors and changes to the reporting structure, but this paper focuses on one instance of how those changes can physically or even psychologically affect the company, its employees or
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women and suggest that women from strong religious cultures aren’t treated fairly and have fewer opportunities (Bryant, 2010). Julie burchill (2001) famously suggested the veil worn by Muslim women is a mobile prison and a symbol of oppression for Muslim women. However, Leila Ahmed (1992) argued that the veil is a symbol of liberation which allows Muslim women to mix in modern society whilst keeping their modesty and culture intact (Moore et al, 2009).
Feminists argue that the family legitimises and recreates inequalities amongst men and women. They suggest the reason why women are oppressed is because they are socialised to be reliant on men, and disagree with the functionalists ‘march
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in the community. Candido is one of the protagonists in the novel that is an illegal Mexican and is paralleled to the coyote. In addition, Boyle shows the meaning of the literal coyote to the real animal itself. This shows that coyote plays an important role in this novel as a symbol.
In the beginning of the novel, Boyle uses the literal coyote to portray the real animal. Mossbachers' owns two dogs, Osbert and Sacheverell. One night a coyote jumps over and eats Sacheverell. Therefore Delaney's family build an even higher fence to keep out any unwanted animals like coyotes. However, a coyote jumps over again and eats the other one, Osbert. The homeowners association is trying to put
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them by going back on their promise. Since the ritual lacked the needed respect to carry out the correct performance of the sequence of events, the homage was not properly paid to their ancestors or their relationship.
We can actually draw a lot more out of the ritual of the Chinese wedding. Such as the red candle itself, which is actually a symbol. A symbol is “a vehicle of conception that is a tangible embodiment of the idea” (Lecture #12, 11/5). The red candle represents many different things within this ceremony. First, the color red symbolizes power, strength, and love. These are all things that the couple would want to respect in order to have a successful marriage. Also, the
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its contrary". ( Heyd, 1984).
The left side of the painting is significantly brighter, using primary colours: yellow, red and bluish colours. In the foreground we see Narcissus in gold body [Fig 6.], he like a symbol of ephemeral androgynous beauty. This mysterious figure looks so vacant that it might die little by little.
On the background to centre, between Narcissus and hand shown in group from 8 naked figures [Fig 7.]. I think that these individuals represent reality, because almost all of the figures are wither facing each.
From figure on left side side of the image the look turns to a giant stone hand in foreground of right side of imagery - the focal point - mimicing Narcissu's
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surface, so they can shift themselves into a dream-like atmosphere in which two worlds – natural and social, are harmonically emerging.
The fifteen minute running time of the film in which Maya Deren plays the featured role represents the actual desire of the character to maintain her personal identity by starting a new dream-like life. The heroine is washed out from the sea, which is used by Daren as a symbol of new beginning and opportunities. She starts crawling and finds herself on a banquet table, surrounded with men and women, for whom Deren stays invisible. The protagonist, who is the main figure in the traditional trance film, uses this given power to move through the people and
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In my food item, which a medium banana, the most abundan category would be the carbohydrates.
2. Describe the structure of this type of molecule, and its primary function(s).
The biological moleculethat is the highest in a medium size bananawoul be the carbohydrates, there is 26.95 grams in a medium size banana raw. CHO is the chemical symbol that is made up of Caron, Hydrogen, and Oxygen, this is for the carbohydrates. This gives te body the heat and energy it needs to support the other functons of a persons body. Carbohydrates are very important biological molecule, this lets the body energ storage and it also paysa role so it can build components of a persons body, that plays a
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attributed to being introduced in that country by the Hykos invaders and they contributed immensely to the success of the Egyptians. In early civilization the chariots were mostly used for warfare purposes. The Egyptians improved the chariot and they invented the yoke saddle. The harnesses were made in such a way that they could carry more than one horse. Other civilisations that are known to have used the chariot for warfare purposes are the Romans, and the Persians. The chariots were viewed as a symbol of power and military prowess.
The geography of the United States contributed to its development and expansion. The economic development of this country involved westward expansion of people
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people think of their hair removal and skin care. European wax center is also one of the first health and beauty establishments in the United States.
It is commonly agreed that the ancient Egyptians were the first to wax. It started as mostly a hygienic practice used to rid the spread lice infestations but soon became a symbol of beauty, representing youth and innocence. The Pharaohs, their beautiful wives, and other member of the aristocracy did full body waxing, revealing their gorgeous skin to the ancient world. Although royals started the trend of body waxing, over time hair removal became part of every member of society’s routine; from priests to slaves, it was a general hygiene and
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. They all draw a stunning picture show the glory of France for tourist when they come to Paris. Talk about France, we have to mention to the mighty Eiffel Tower – the symbol of Paris. A huge tall tower with the massive of lights impressed me. At night, all kind of the restaurants open under the tower, the romantic picture that no elsewhere has beside Paris. I believe that having dinner by the Eiffel Tower, beside the Le Louvre Bridge with soft music will fascinate every single person in this world.
Paris is not expensive like people think. Some of the most enjoyable things to do, mostly sight seeing and what I call “life watching” does not cost a penny. Life watching means I can enjoy
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Chapter 3: Language and Communication
2. Words have Multiple Meanings---in two ways we can distinguish
A. Denotative---a Literal meaning of a word that can be found in the dictionary.
B Connotative---Subjective meaning of a word based on our attitudes and experiences.
3.Thought Informs Language---how does it do this? By a theory called cognitive language
A specific system of symbols that we use to describe people, things abd situations in our mind.
It is related to your thoughts, attitudes, co-culture and the society in which you live.
4. Language is Ruled by Grammar---
2 Types of Rules:
SYNTACTIC---These are rules
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attribution of a human form, human characteristics, or human behavior to nonhuman things, e.g. deities in mythology and animals in children's stories
Morpheme: The smallest meaningful element of speech or writing.
Alliteration: The repetition of the same sounds or of the same kind of sounds at the beginning of words or in stressed syllables, as in “on scrolls of silver snowy sentences”.
Onomatopoeia: The formation or use of words such as buzz or murmur that imitate the sounds associated with the objects or actions they refer to hiss, buzz bang
Oxymoron: a rhetorical figure in which incongruous or contradictory terms are combined, as in deafening silence and a mournful optimist
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Sodium + hydrochloric acid sulphur dioxide and sodium chloride Thiosulfate acid + water
Na2SO3 (aq) 2HCl (aq) S (s) + SO2 (g) + 2NaCl (aq) + H2O(l)
Sodium thiosulfate, hydrochloric acid
sulphur dioxide and sodium chloride Thiosulfate acid + water
This is a irreversible reaction
States of matter
Name of atom | Chemical symbol | Number used in the chemical reaction |
Sodium | Na | 2 |
Sulphur | S | 2 |
Oxygen | O | 2 |
Hydrogen | H | 2 |
chlorine | Cl | 2 |
Item | Hazard | Risk | Precaution | Emergency action |
Sodium thiosulfate | If it is dropped on the skin it irritates | Irritable | Handle