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  • Why Do People Wear Tattoos

    When thinking of these as a form of art I see my body as a blank canvas, you use it to your liking. It is your temple you do with it what you feel you should. When I say tattoos are art to me I mean it. I am an artsy person and I love art for its beauty and uniqueness. My tattoos that I have are art to…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Female Nipples

    What is the problem with female nipples? Please, someone let me know why there is such a need to heavily censor a part of a body that is ubiquitous and natural as an ear. Every living mammalian species, male and female has nipples. But a naked uncovered ear does not get a picture flagged on Facebook or Instagram. Or worse gets your profile deleted and a ban from continuing to post your photos. Why? Why has the act of public breastfeeding become such a horrible and unsightly GOD WON’T SOMEONE…

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  • Dog Influence Experiment Evaluation

    “left” command, the subject missed touching the tip of his nose, striking the center of his upper lip then slowly lowered his arm. On the command “right,” the suspect touched his right nostril with the tip of his finger. His movements back to his body were very slow and exaggerated. After failing to bring his arms down immediately after touching his nose, I advised him that his hand was to return down to his side immediately. During the test, I observed eyelid tremors in both of his eyes and…

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  • Cristiano Epstein: Sports Should Be Child's Play

    In Epstein’s writing, he mentions that sports are not ideal for a child’s growing body. Conversely, choosing a sport that provides an outlet for a child’s energy can greatly beneficial even for children as young as four. Sports like soccer and basketball provide an excellent aerobic workout by strengthening muscles and increasing heart…

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  • Freedom Or Indulgent Analysis

    correct when he says that it is better to be free from bodily desires than to indulge them. The term free refers to acting as one chooses without being restrained by an authority figure. A bodily desire is defined as a want taking control of a person’s body. Indulge means to give into desires in an overly disproportionate way. Cephalus’ best argument for my thesis is that leaving bodily desires behind brings peace. Cephalus states, “the majority of our members lament, longing for the lost…

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  • Black Death: A Short Story

    her a small bowl of her favorite soup, and packed my stuff and headed out the door. Although we lived in the luxury rich part of london there were dead bodies everywhere. Everybody just got used to walking down the street and having dead bodies around the corner. There was no more room for graves so they ended up just taking the piled up bodies and tossed them in a giant hole and added a small layer of dirt over the top. There wasn't even priests to say prayers for the people, and even if…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Unlimited Spirit

    and Corporeal Bodies? We differentiate three distinct types of beings here. One is the highest good in which nothing can surpass. This highest good is God; God is the only unlimited spirit with no end, no beginning and is not limited by space or time. The unlimited spirit has always been and will always be. The limited spirits are all the angels and human spirits that have a beginning, no end and the human spirits are limited by space and time while the associated corporeal body are living…

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  • Arsenic And Old Lace Character Analysis

    getting engaged, she goes and tells her father, the reverend. Elaine is now out of the scene, and as Mortimer was about to tell both of his aunts that he intends to marry Elaine, he finds a dead body in the window seat of the house. He originally thought his brother, Teddy, killed the person whose body he had found in the window seat, and immediately alerts his aunts of his discovery. When he told his aunts they said that they were the ones who killed that man not Teddy, and they did it…

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  • A Rose For Emily Alone Essay

    Do you know how it feels to be alone? If yes, you know it gets very depressing when you have no one to confide in. Can you imagine what Emily was going through? I cannot even fathom what she was going through, but I can try to see why Emily was so single-minded and scared to try new things. In the short story “ A Rose for Emily” we are introduced a character named Emily Grierson, right at the beginning of the story author William Faulkner, tells us Emily is dead and everyone from the town is at…

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  • Descriptive Essay: Timmy's Home

    To Live While they wait, she walks around the small living room again, lifting up the corners of the blinds and peeking out into the darkness. All the windows are closed, but she pushes down at each pane a little to be sure. She feels Timmy’s eyes on her back and she wants to scratch her neck with her torn nails. There aren’t many people around anyway. This was never a populous town, true, but now it’s practically empty. Mr. Wilson, a few houses down, left for bigger cities long ago with…

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