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    by Eugene Schieffelin around the 1890s to U.S and labeled as an invasive species. But unlike many other invasive birds, it was not protected under U.S law. Meaning no harm, Schieffelin goal was to just introduce all the birds mentioned by William Shakespeare in North America. Schieffelin released about 100 European Starling right in the heart of New York; Central Park. Many thought the birds would die off from the cold and bitter winters, instead, they found shelter and lived on and started to breed and spread. European Starling has mostly black feathers but green…

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    necks. However, if there has been a nesting failure or a mate dies, “divorce” has been known to happen between the pair with the surviving swan finding a new mate. Nesting season usually starts in late March and usually lasts until the cygnets can launch out on their own. Swans are usually not aggressive, except when protecting mates, babies, and territory. In the cases of protecting territory, a swan will attempt to drown the challenger. During nesting season, a nest of approximately a meter in…

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    When talking about crime or deviance for that matter, birds of a feather flock together holds true. Southerland’s differential association theory and Hirschi’s social bonding theory supports this phrase by explaining the behavior and activities are guided by the groups we are in. People tend to perform in accordance to the norms whether those norms are deviant or not. Society puts us in flocks early on with school classes, youth groups at church and sport teams. Growing up I was put in all of…

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    times. That being said, it seems that even though more than 25% of people don’t believe in a religion in the state of New York, only 15% believe that religion is not important in their lives, something is compelling citizens to be spiritual but not religious. Technology has brought us away from religion of society has brought us to be more spiritual and accepting. Religion is still important and so is being spiritual in larger populated and this is no more evident than areas of rural low…

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    From the thorough description of Tom, one finds out that he isn’t a lovely character. “...there lived near this place a meager, miserly fellow, of the name Tom Walker” (Irving 314). The man also has a wife that is very similar to him, but more aggressive. Birds of a feather flock together, yes? Tom chooses a shortcut one day that leads him in the presence of the Devil. Where he gives him an offer and Tom leaves contemplating it. He briefs his wife about his interaction and in spite of her…

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    Birds of a feather flock together when it comes to romantic relationships. This is certainly true in reality just as much as it is true in literature. In William Shakepseare's Much Ado About Nothing, the relationship of Benedick and Beatrice proves that love is not blind because they are kind to each other, they are respectful to each other, and they accept each other's bad qualities. Benedick and Beatrice are kind to each other. They communicate with each other very often throughout the…

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    and likes) supports the article's credibility. People start falling into an abyss of foolishness without concerning the world around them. The consequential events become masked under layers of glittery lies and facts that do nothing for the human mind. Society starts turning a blind eye for help and pour its resources for entertainment instead. This crisis can not possibly be erased in one moment, but viewers can view multiple trusted sites to check the facts. Multiple perspectives will be able…

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    putting 'mind over matter' is the key to finding success. When a person's mind is warped with the belief that they're unable to achieve a goal, that belief will become a reality. Until a person can believe in himself, it is very helpful to have people who are supportive and believe in them. 2. Accountability In order to achieve a major goal, it is wise to have a group of people around you to keep you accountable. As humans, we naturally want to do the right thing when we know we're being…

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    Mr. Christakis describes homophily with the phrase “birds of a feather flock together”. Homophily is when the same types of people choose to associate with each other. This cause is promenait in the social connection with my bestfriend Taneisha. I met my best friend at school. We were in all the same classes and always caught ourselves talking about the same things so we instantly clicked. As we got to know each other we turned out to be almost the same person. Our friendship was solidified…

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    Dominicans are known for their use of proverbs to emphasis wisdom and life lesson. Let me give you samples of the some of the phased they use. I will be saying them in Spanish because it sounds and them give the meaning in English because it sounds pretty, then, I will give the meaning in English. “Dios aprieta pero no ahoga.” Meaning God squeezes but does not choke. “A buen entendedor, pocas palabras” meaning Intelligent people understand with fewer word.” “Dime con quien anda y te dire…

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