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    “A Nation Cannot Exist Without a National Institute” Ireland had a plethora of existing literature before its nationalist movement, however, the majority of their literature was centered on British prejudiced. A unified movement to create a uniquely Irish dramatic form had not yet been attempted. William Butler Yeats saw this as his opportunity to develop his paragon of Irish theatre that could unify Ireland through literature. Yeats alleged that in order to create a mature society, Ireland would have to differentiate itself and take a stand in the realm of literary drama. After helping to create the Irish Literary Society and the Irish National Theatre Society, Yeats managed to obtain the Abbey Theatre in Dublin. With the backing of an “English heiress” the Irish National Theatre opened for business in 1904. Alas, this gifted theatre came with the stipulation that it was to be run according to W.B. Yeats’ vision for a national institution and ergo should operate above political pressure. That same year the Irish National Theatre Society reorganized with three principal directors. W.B. Yeats, Lady Gregory and John Millington Synge, all of whom were dramatists who attempted to rid Ireland of the negative stereotype surrounding the Irish people. It was their hope that they could remove the clichés surrounding Irish “politics, religion, and art.” With the opening of the Irish National Theatre, the directors were expected to no longer depict Ireland in the…

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    Augusta Ga Geography

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    Augusta, Ga Augusta, a small but yet very well constructed city located in the south eastern part of Georgia. This city houses a population of 196,741 individuals and continues to expand each and every day. I have been a resident of August for 24 years as it has been my “home”. I have seen this city develop for the best and have seen it lose development for the worst. The city of Augusta sees urban growth probably more than most realize; businesses are growing, organizations are growing, the…

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    The Augusta Canal

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    when President Theodore Roosevelt's term was done became part of the national park system. He added five new parks and sparked the idea of the antiquities act.This enabled new presidents to make new landmarks and national monuments. President Roosevelt did not hesitate to use his power. he made four national landmarks including Devils Tower, Wyoming on September 24th. One of the parts that the park system made was The Augusta canal. The Augusta canal was chartered before the civil war in the…

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    Maine and Acadia National Park Maine was a district of the state of Massachusetts until it became the 23rd state on March 15th, 1820 as part of the Missouri compromise (Hartford, 2006). Maine got its name because it was distinguished as the Mainland from islands offshore (History.com Staff, 2009). It is also known as the Pine Tree State. Maine is the only state whose name is a single syllable and is abbreviated as ME on maps. The state borders New Hampshire, the Atlantic Ocean, and some…

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    Augusta Health recommends a unique approach on receiving medical attention. At one time or another, many individuals have said this phrase, “I think I’m sick.” The very utter of the word “sick” creates an unpleasant sentiment altogether. Perhaps it has to do with the countless symptoms such as coughing, sneezing and runny nose that produces the fear of becoming ill, and having to visit a hospital is unsettling to many. In any case, emergency room waits are long and exhausting. Also, seeing…

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    “푆푒푟푖푎푙” is an investigative journalism podcast hosted by Sarah Augusta Koenig, narrating a nonfiction story about Adnan Masud Syed. Adnan was charged with murder of his ex-girlfriend, Hae Min Lee. Hae was a Woodlawn High School senior, who went missing on January 1, 1999. Hea’s family reported her missing that day, after she failed to pick up her cousin at about 15:00 hours. Adnan was found guilty and given a life sentence. His case is full of evidence that was incriminating against him because…

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    Caring for a cerebrovascular accident in Augusta Georgia. Augusta is known for its many hospitals, so well-known that when I was younger there was talk of changing Augusta’s nickname from the garden city of the south to the hospital city of the south. This did not happen, however the area does have four major hospitals, and two major military facilities. The large number of medical facilities with varying means of funding allows people to receive care to find quality care regardless of their…

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    On December 10, 1815, Augusta Ada Byron was born in London, England. Born to Lord Byron, a mad poet, and Anne Milbanke, an upper-class women of the sciences, her parent's marriage did not last long. They divorced when Ada was one month old, and at four months old, her father left Britain. He died in Greece when she was eight, and she was never able to meet him. Living with Anne alone was a struggle, as she seemed to have little to no contact with Ada. Ada came to love her grandmother, as she was…

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    Augusta Ada Byron, or Ada Lovelace, had a short life, yet left a mark that would last forever. Her works, even though they were ignored in her time, had an unmistakable impact to humanity’s advances, and became our first step to the “impossible”. Lovelace’s passion to find “poetical science” was a way for her to explore the deep depths of math and science. From there, with the guidance of her mother, she encountered different types of people. These people helped Lovelace to immerse herself…

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    1) What are you expecting to see and learn on your placement? My experiences in Ceduna form some of my preconceptions of rural teaching, prior to my placement at Port Augusta Secondary School (PASS). I recognise that the stereotypes held by many about Port Augusta as a low socio-economic regional town has influenced my expectations. I am also aware of the higher rates of poverty, unemployment, and indigenous population in the Far North of South Australia (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2010).…

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