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    His first conviction was because he attempted to attack victim 36-year-old Anna Rogulskyj with a hammer and slashing her with a knife. The victim managed to escape because people heard her screams and Peter panicked, throwing him off guard and causing him to flee. When Peter heard about his mother’s death, he had a “cooling off period”. It lasted about 11 months and then he went on the spree again. He had been arrested many times by the police but they let him go because they did not have enough evidence to prove him guilty. Peter’s “killing spots” were located in the cities of Leeds, Bradford, and in the Yorkshire area. However, one murder was in Lancashire City of Manchester. When the police almost caught him in Lancashire City, some person tried to mimic “The Yorkshire Ripper” and side tracked the police. They later realized that it was a fraud. They identified Peter as a suspect but let him go because the one mimicking him sent fraud letters and tapes that proved that Peter not the murderer. The reason they let Peter go was because of the accent in the videos.…

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    Peter William Sutcliffe otherwise known as ‘The Yorkshire Ripper ' was arrested on January 1st, 1981 after a murderous spree which spanned five years and claimed the lives of 13 women and attempting to murder a further seven (see appendix for details of victims). The case engulfed the nation as one of the most brutal in modern history since that of ‘Jack the Ripper ' in the 1800 's hence why the media adopted the term ‘Yorkshire ripper ' when addressing the case. Although known for the heinous…

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    accomplishments of William Bradford. William Bradford was a very interesting figure in early American history, he became a pilgrim, helped found, and became the governor of Plymouth Colony, and signed the Mayflower compact. The life of William Bradford was a very interesting and exciting life and is now one of the most iconic figures in early American history. William Bradford was born in 1590 in Austerfield, in Yorkshire, English. His father was a yeoman farmer, but both of his parents died…

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    Through My Eyes by Tim Tebow Tim Tebow is a name that is known not only throughout the SEC but the country. His autobiography Through My Eyes takes the reader behind the scenes step by step through his life. Tim’s parents were Bob and Pam Tebow. At the time of Tim’s birth, Tim’s parents were missionaries in Makati City in the Philippines. Tim’s mom had a difficult time with her pregnancy so much that doctors wanted her to have an abortion. Tim’s mom and dad refused and the family began to…

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    thirst after trying to follow the Indians to their dwelling place. They also found two houses of the Indians covered with mats and some of their implements in them. Also found more of the Indians’ corn and some beans of many colors. They found two dead fishes (pilot whales) by the spot they had seen some Indians at previously. 2. The items and resources they found are significant because they helped them survive, providing them with food and shelter; the beans and the fish they found were…

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    and hope amid battering waves and wicked cases of seasickness. William Bradford and John Smith were no different: religion was their guiding light, both consciously and subconsciously, in their settling of the New World. Despite the differences in Bradford and Smith’s approaches to recounting their histories of settling, both Bradford and Smith demonstrate through their prose and dealings with the Native peoples that religion was the most important aspect in all of their decisions; and in turn…

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    Rose Bradford Essay

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    Rose Bradford was born in 1941 in New Orleans, Louisana she born to a middle class family with a total of 11 siblings including her as the 11 th child. Rose grew up in a married home with her mother and father, she was brought up in a middle classed family. She quit school in middle school because she had to take care of her siblings. In this area (in the 1950s), the great majority of blacks lived back on Washington Avenue, Jackson Avenue, from Claiborne to maybe Dryades Street. That was your…

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    Protein Assay Lab Report

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    microcentrifuge tube. 0 µL of the protein standard was added to Tubes 1a and 1b, 20 µL was added to tubes 2a and 2b, 40 µL was added to tube 3a and 3b, 60 µL to tubes 4a and 4b, 80 µL in tubes 5a and 5b, 100 µL in tubes 6a and 6b. 50 µL of the standard protein solution were added to each of the unknowns. Next various quantities of DI water were added to each tube. 1000 µL of DI water was added to tubes 1a and 1b, 980 µL was added to tubes 2a and 2b, 960 µL was added to tubes 3a and 3b, 940 µL…

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    Chad Bradford would make his high school team. Bradford did. No one thought that Bradford would do well in a hitters ballpark. Bradford did. No one thought that Bradford would become a reliable reliever in the big leagues. Bradford became one. I found out about Chad Bradford in July of 2005 when the Boston Red Sox acquired him from the Oakland Athletics for an outfielder by the name of Jay Payton. I found out more about him from the book Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game by…

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    Governor William Bradford was an influential man who wrote about his journey from England to the New World as well as his preparations of a colony for success. Bradford immigrated with the Pilgrims to New England in search of religious refuge from the Anglican church (“Pilgrims” Pilgrims). The Pilgrims believed that the church had not made enough reforms. Because the king became head of the church and the church and the state became a one, a corrupt order was created and did not follow Biblical…

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