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    and see if old Merlyn can’t start cheerin’ you up” (White 228). Inside Wart’s mind, Sir Ector was right, so in a sulky mood Wart went to visit Merlyn. However, when Merlyn gave a lengthy lecture about the importance of education, and how it can take multiple lifetimes to learn everything, Wart wondered what he would do after that. Merlyn told him that all his magic had run out for his lessons, and his last lesson would begin right then. Merlyn said that he would send him to see his friend the badger, and to do that Wart would have to be turned into a badger himself. Sooner than later, Wart was off, ready for his last lesson. On his way to the badger hole, Wart met a frightened hedgehog, who described the terrors badgers inflicted on his kind, as well as the kindness shown to him by Merlyn. When he finally is finally able to befriend the hedgehog, he asks him to uncurl, but when he refuses out of fear of being eaten, Wart moves on to go find the badger. When he finally reaches the badger, Wart is asked to listen to listen to the badger’s treatise on how man became the master of all…

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    Might is Right Ruling with fear and force is not a satisfactory way to govern. In T.H. White's novel, The Once and Future King, the Wart goes on adventures to learn about how to be a good ruler, as he will one day become King Arthur. Guided by the good wizard Merlyn, Wart is turned into an array of creatures, ranging from a badger, to an ant to teach Wart how to be a good king. He learns from other rulers mistakes, and learns his place in the world, to eventually sit on a throne. Like Wart…

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    The book, The Once and Future King, shows how Arthur learns to become king and also his time as king. In the “Sword in the Stone” Merlyn utilizes Arthur’s experiences to teach him leadership. Merlyn accomplishes this task by transforming Arthur into various animals, such as a perch, merlin, ant, rook, wild goose, and badger. He teaches him through both positive and negative examples to further him in his education to become king. Arthur’s first transformation was into the form of a perch. As…

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    Badger Influence

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    Growing up in Southeastern Wisconsin, I’ve been raised tied and true to a family of Badger alumni and fans. On any given Badger gameday, you’ll be hearing my dad chant “Let’s go Red!!!” around the lower floor of my house. There’s a spirit in the Badger name like no other, and it isn’t limited simply to our great state of Wisconsin, our Badger influence has spread infectiously to every corner of the United States. I love the University of Wisconsin in so many ways. Practically half of my wardrobe…

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    Indicator Badger 5

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    If you are searching for a lower grade and cheaper garbage disposal due to the light usage in the kitchen, Insinkerator Badger 5 might be the one for you. Badger 5 is one of the standard lines of Insinkerator disposals. It is a choice for your household if your primary concern is the product price tag. Another plus point is that the unit has a compact design - ideal if you have limiting spaces underneath the kitchen sink. In terms of performance, it is reliable and functional and has the…

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    Indicator Badger 5

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    If you are searching for a lower grade and cheaper garbage disposal due to the light usage in the kitchen, Insinkerator Badger 5 might be the one for you. Badger 5 is one of the standard lines of Insinkerator disposals. It is a choice for your household if your primary concern is the product price tag. Another plus point is that the unit has a compact design. Ideal for you if you've limiting spaces underneath the kitchen sink. It is reliable and functional and has the capacity to meet your…

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    Edward is an average anthology, he is most known for his mystery books which is what he is working on now. He has a new defy to writing this book. Edward has so much sustain on writing this new book from his friends and family and most of all his fans. His theme is to be integrity but mostly his character. So Edward knows that this story is mystical, because Badger his main character ends up in a dark crazy haunted house on Halloween. Badger was trick or treating with his friends when they came…

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    The Honey Badger Family

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    The mustildae family is a large predator based family. On here you will be learning a few things about only three of the members of this family. The Honey Badger: The Honey Badger's fossil record is bleak and is only found in Nagoya and Kenya. It has a long body that is thick-set and broad across the back. Its skin is loose which allows it to turn and twist freely within it. The head is small and flat, with a short muzzle. The eyes are small and it has short and sturdy legs. The feet have…

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    Badger 5 Research Paper

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    InSinkErator Badger 5 InSinkErator Badger 5 features - The Badger 5 is a simple, no-frills garbage disposal. It’s constructed with galvanized steel parts (they won’t rust). The ½ horsepower motor provides more than enough power to liquify almost any kitchen waste. The Badger 5 is a continuous-feed type of disposal. Simply put, turn on the water in the kitchen sink. Then push your fruit peels, coffee grounds, spoiled vegetables, even small chicken bones down the disposal. The disposal…

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    At the top of the Gulf South Conference board and now ranked 23 in the nation, the women’s soccer team hoped to remain undefeated at home against Spring Hill College on Friday, October 16, and West Florida University on Sunday, October 18. On Friday, the Tigers prepared to take on the Badgers, eager to improve their record towards the GSC tournament in November. Although the Tigers were 8-3, the Badgers were desperate to prove they are good enough to compete with quality teams, despite that they…

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