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    Lupus Informative Speech

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    Do you want to know more about Lupus? If so stay tuned for the next 4 pages and I will tell you everything you want to learn about lupus! Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease that can damage any part of the body such as skin, joints, and organs. In lupus, something goes wrong with the immune system, which is the part of the body that fights off viruses, bacteria, and germs such as the flu. Sometimes our immune systems produce proteins called antibodies, they protect the body from these invaders. Lupus is not a contagious disease, not even through sexual contact. You can’t just get lupus from someone or give lupus to someone. Cancer is a condition of malignant, abnormal tissues that grow rapidly and spread into surrounding tissues. Lupus is an autoimmune disease. However, some treatments for lupus may include immunosuppressant drugs that are also used in chemo. Lupus is also not like or related to HIV. In HIV or AIDS the immune system is underactive. In lupus, the immune system is overactive. Lupus can range from mild to life-threatening and should always be treated by a doctor. With good medical care, most people with lupus can live a full life. No two cases of lupus are exactly the same. Signs and symptoms may come on suddenly or develop slowly. These symptoms may be mild or severe, and may be temporary or permanent. Most people with lupus have mild disease characterized by episodes called flares when signs and symptoms get worse for a while, then improve or even disappear…

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    She's So Unusual Analysis

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    She’s So Unusual was created and sung by Cyndi Lauper. This album is a pop/rock album and, it has a variety of different songs, no two are the alike. My overall impressions of the songs are that they are crazy, funky, weird, fun, playful and, energetic. All of the songs in the album are very catchy, upbeat and inventive tunes. This album has a personality of its own. In this album she usually sang, and had studio musicians play. Her main studio musicians were Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman (of…

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    On Monday, October 12, 2015 Beth and I painted tee markers at the Mead Golf Course. Before we started, Brad Jansonius had to open the clubhouse so that we could gather all of the materials we needed. The materials included a crate, a screwdriver, a scrap piece of wood, red, white, and blue spray paint. Next, we used the Jansonius’ golf cart and drove to hole number one where Beth and I pulled up each tee marker in order to clean them. Then, we set the tee markers on a crate and painted them…

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    What was the state of the Weimar Republic in 1924? The impact of the first world war was still being heavily felt in Germany in 1924. The war had caused Germany a whole heap of problems that they were struggling to solve and deal with. They had pay reparations to France and Britain which they didn’t have the money for due to the fact they did not find a way to pay for the war. Whereas for example Britain raised taxes. They had to pay the reparations as part of the Treaty of Versailles which…

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    To what extent was the stability of the Weimar Republic between 1924 and 1929 superficial? The Weimar Republic was seen to be a period of advancement and prosperity between 1924 and 1929, however, despite relative political stability, a lack of political consensus was prevalent. Whilst Stresemann was successful in reviving the economy of the Weimar Republic, inherent problems existed with Germany’s dependency on international loans. There was also superficiality in social policies as they…

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    This investigation will explore the question of: ‘’The period 1924-1929 was the Golden Age of the Weimar Republic.’’ To what extent would you agree with this statement? The years 1924 to 1929 will be the focus on this investigation, to allow for an analysis of Golden Age of the Weimar Republic, as well as its evolution of aspects why this particular period of time is described as the Golden Age. The first source which will be evaluated in depth is Gordon Alexander Craig’s book…

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    prospered, Coolidge was compared to a fatherly figure: quiet, respected, and a frugal president who provided a comforting aura of responsibility and merit. Write about the domestic foreign policies he made Coolidge also attempted to improve the economy with a series of economic policies, but miserably failed when the severe fiscal depression hit America. In the beginning of his presidency, his focus was to improve the economy that the last president did nothing about. He strived to cut the…

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    after the first law was put into place. This law was put into place so the old immigrants would always outnumber the children of the new immigrants. In 1924 a law allowed an unlimited amount of immigration in the western hemisphere because California relied heavily on Mexican labor during certain seasons. The 1924 law implemented the entry of all those who were ineligible to claim citizenship. This law included the entire population of Asia even though we fought on the same side in World War…

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    Are Immigrants In America?

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    Woodrow administration, Alexander Mitchell Palmer was the Attorney General of the United States. An Attorney General oversees the United States’ citizens. They are known as the “People’s Lawyers”. In 1920, Palmer oversaw the implementation of the mass deportation of immigrants through raids even though many were citizens-natural born or naturalized. Thereafter, roughly around 4 years, the Coolidge Administration decided it was their main objective to restore balance in the nation due to the…

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