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    Distance And Age Of M52

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    the value for colour excess E (B-V) = 0.65 noted for the M52 cluster; E(B-V) indicates an interstellar extinction which is caused by gas and dust in the line of sight resulting in dimmer magnitudes of stars than…

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    A quote written by Doe Zantamata states the following... “Staying quiet to keep peace can be a good thing, but if the piece has already been disturbed, staying quiet doesn't make anything better. Summon your courage and speak up when you feel the need to.” This quote explains that at a certain point you have to have the strength to stand up for yourself. The main character Margot was always shy and never stood up for herself until one day when she couldn’t take it any more. A normal day on the…

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    Margot a little girl she thinks that a huge, bright orb will come out behind the clouds called the sun. She says “it’s so bright that you can’t look at it very long or else your eyes will burn right off”. But I don’t believe her it has been raining forever and no sign of “the sun”. She was different she never hung out with us, not that I would want her to. She just stood there looking out the window waiting for this imaginary “sun” We read a book about it in class it had to be real now they…

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    In All Summer in a Day, Ray Bradbury uses descriptive language and symbolism to represent the sun and its connection to the children's happiness. The sun makes the children excited, and happy when they hear that the sun is coming. The symbolism that he used is what shows That the rumor of the sun's arrival excites the children and makes them so happy. Ray Bradbury also uses The writing skill of descriptive language to describe and explain the children and different events in the story. He shows…

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    Downton Abbey is currently being shown on PBS that is about to start its sixth season. Season one began in 1912. The show is about an earl and his family. It is set during a time when social norms were very strict. Women worried about who their husbands would be. Men worried whether or not their wives would give them male heirs. The earl and his wife and three daughters, and no sons. All of the daughters in this series fights social norms, some more than others. The first daughter, Mary Crawley,…

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    Henry 4 Protagonist

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    A compelling debate has been ignited as a result of Shakespeare’s play Henry the Fourth, Part One. The play’s protagonist seems to be unclear and thus many critics have drawn their own conclusions. Anne Marie McNamara explains her point of view in her essay Henry IV: The King as Protagonist. While McNamara claims that King Henry IV is the protagonist of the play, Prince Hal is the true protagonist because a major portion of the play focuses on the idea of Prince Hal becoming king. In the first…

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    Some people are given nicknames based on their actions others are based on their personality. Some people are so famous that we incorporated their names into spells or wizardry. Queen Mary of England of the 1500’s was so ruthless that she was given the nickname bloody. When people are that bad and ruthless they are never forgotten and their spirit is always there to haught you. Bloody Mary is mostly known as a drink you can get in a bar. But, Bloody Mary was actually a person who is part of…

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    His discussions of this set us up for the events following later in the book. Philbrick also talks about the relationship between the colonists in Nantucket. They are very close, drawn together by their Quaker religion, similar experiences, and their interests in whaling. In the town, there is a hierarchy within the people. Where a person lived in the town was based on what rank they are in their society. The captain’s home would usually have the best view of the harbor. The seven black crewmen…

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    Who was stronger? What are the differences between a superhero and a villain? Both have power, ingenuity, purpose, and dedication to their cause. But what makes them different? One may be stronger, causing him to win, however it is their character that makes them who they are. Their character is what defines them and makes a statement declaring whether they will be the hero of the story or the villain. In looking at The Winter’s Tale, we wonder who is the stronger woman—stronger in the sense…

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    Diagram 1.6: Diagram showing tension force in the string (from 0 cm increasing in 1 cm until a displacement of 15 cm has been attained) This diagram shows the manner in which the tension force applied to the string was calculated. Starting at 0 centimeters, forces were provided in the string such that the string would extend one additional centimeter from the previous measurement. Using the Capstone® software, the force applied to the string was calculated at the given horizontal…

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