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  • Effects Of Water Pollution

    affects animals that live in water, and clean water is also essential to our survival. Polluted water can be the cause of various diseases. If we put polluted water into our system it can damage our system. One of the major systems inside the human body, the immune system,…

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  • Personal Statement Of Pharmacy

    For me, Pharmacy is more than just production and dispensing of drugs. It is a profession that saves lives. Without the numerous drugs that hit the market every day and pharmacists who have a great knowledge about these drugs and their effects on the body, most illnesses would not be cured. I come from a family that believes in education and considers it a priority. My father is a university professor who believes in the power of knowledge and transferred this belief to me. Since childhood, I…

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  • Fiery Antidote: A Feminist Approach To Christina Rossetti's Goblin Market

    “Win the Fiery Antidote”: a Feminist Approach to Christina Rossetti’s Goblin Market In a time when women did not have major roles in literature or their daily lives, Christina Rossetti’s powerful poem Goblin Market is published to empower women of the Victorian Era. This poem is about two sisters, Lizzie and Laura, who live alone in the middle of the woods. They go into the woods every day to get water from the river, where they encounter goblin men selling fruits. After Laura tries…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Face Fat

    the most significant part of the body simply because it is the first thing that other people look at. It is also where the eyes, nose, and mouth belongs. That is why women often wear makeup to enhance their facial features. However, some people tend to be bothered with their face fat. There are so who just have a natural chubby cheeks even if they're actually pretty skinny, and then there are just people who gains weight on their faces more compared to their body. There is nothing wrong with…

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  • Essay On Military Culture

    Sacrificing certain things for a greater freedom: long hair, piercings, and tattoos to name a few. This is why many soldier having a desire for tattoos wait until their service or enlistment time frame has been served before being tattooed. An aspect of military culture is uniformity. It is impossible for the military to govern the type of tattoos individuals place on themselves. Tattoos depicting sexual provocative imagry or gang related symbols that can be hidden in a variety of different ways…

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  • Burger King Poem: Sex In A Sub

    Sex in a Sub Now comes sex and the burger king sub. Burger king is known for its affordable food, the big whooper, but came out with an interesting ad offensive to woman. With the 2009 new sub called the supper seven incher that grab the attention to everyone. Not only is the name of the sub sexual, but the woman with her mouth open about to take a bite of the sandwich tops it off with being offensive and degrading to all woman. This ad is clearly targeted to young males, the slogan for the sub…

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  • Similarities Between Childhood And Adulthood

    To begin with, during childhood, one’s body and mind are growing in a various number of ways. One way a child’s body is changing is through puberty. Puberty is a major transition from childhood to adulthood that most adolescents go through when they are around twelve years old. This transition changes necessary elements in the body which, when combined, develops one into an adult. This is when the difficulties of adulthood start. Also…

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  • Tattoo Legalization

    I’ve always loved seeing what makes an individual unique; after all, if we were surrounded by people that all looked the same, acted the same, and were nothing but alike we’d live in a very bland world. I was thirteen years old when I first noticed a visible tattoo on someone that was in my age range, and I remember analyzing the tattoo and thinking how beautiful each detail was. It wasn’t until a couple of days of getting to know this person that I noticed how no one would sit with him, or talk…

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  • Where Are You Going Where Have You Been Beauty

    Take a look in the mirror; hot damn! As one grows older, she understands what society expects from her. One realizes the effect her looks have on others, whether she is hideous and terrifies the world, or she is so beautiful that no one can take their eyes off of her. In Joyce Carol Oates’ short story, “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” the protagonist Connie displays the effects of her beauty. Connie, the beautiful fifteen-year-old self-absorbed adolescent, attempts to test her beauty…

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  • Flaws In Idol Culture Analysis

    Would you shave your head and publicly demean yourself if it meant that you could save your public image or keep your job? For the female members of Japan’s idol culture, this and other punishments are a harrowing reality. In 2013 one of the founding members of the J-Pop group AKB48, Minami Minegishi faced this exact dilemma. Minegishi was caught leaving the house of a member of one of Japan’s boy bands, and faced an immediate backlash from both her management and fans alike; her response for…

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