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    The next surprise to happen to the characters is Trin’s Pregnancy. Trin experiences pain in her abdomen, and the characters are able to ascertain that the cause of the pain is Braxton-Hicks, AKA false labor. Braxton-Hicks Contractions are a normal occurrence in pregnancy, and are the bodies way of practicing for actual labor. Trin, who suffered from irregular periods and other hormonal issues, is unaware of her pregnancy, something that is rare, but not at all unheard of. It is revealed that the father of Trin’s baby is Jared, who they had just recently saved. The fatherhood is confirmed by process of elimination (no recent sexual activity, in combination with previous serial monogamy, ergo last sexual partner is the most likely father). The…

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    with my cane or wheelchair, to simply ask, “What is wrong with you?” The first time I heard this it shocked me because I do not view myself as more different than anyone else, but then I realized it was a great opportunity to shine a positive light on disabilities. Everyone I meet, whether they are embarrassed parents in Wal-Mart or classmates at school, is hesitant to ask me about my story. However, I am more than willing to share about how cerebral palsy has affected my life in both positive…

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    How Pregnancy Can Be a Good Thing for Teenage Girls On my 15th birthday, July 3, 1998, I was at the Glenwood Lake Park rehearsing for my mothers’ wedding. It was exactly 10 a.m. when I announced to my family. “It’s Time!” I knew immediately that the contractions I was having were not the Braxton Hicks contractions I had been having for months. These contractions were very real and very intense. My sister had me sit down and she began to time how far apart my contractions were. My family…

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    Pregnancy: A Short Story

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    it was a beautiful Thursday, April night and i was almost at my fortieth week of pregnancy. my mother, brother and i had just finished eating dinner i had an eggplant parmesan sub from a local pizzeria where we live. my mom decided to go for a walk to a Walgreens that 's down the street because she heard walking could help go into labor. i had gotten preeclampsia which for someone who has anxiety is extremely scary. we tried everything we could to help me go into labor so i would not be induced.…

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    P. G. T. Beauregard, Braxton Bragg, and Joseph E. Johnston. Dreux’s Cavalry Company was part of the personal escort of General Bragg and later, General Joseph E. Johnson. Private Montegut, as a light artillery member, was in some of the violent engagements of the war: Chickamauga, Murfreesboro, siege of Charleston and Battle of Averasboro, N.C. He also fought in the Battle of Farmington, and Corinth Campaign, Mississippi. Later he served under Capt. Gustave LeGardeur, in the defense of…

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    Both A Martinet and a Failure: The Effect of the Battle of Stones River on Braxton Bragg General Braxton Bragg was a leader of the Confederate side in the Civil War. He fought in many battles, including the Battle of Stones River. However, his career came to an end because he caused his associates to become frustrated with his quarrelsome attitude and cowardly decisions. This begs the question: To what extent did the battle of Stones River affect Braxton Bragg 's military career? While Bragg 's…

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    Battle Analysis: Battle of Stones River The purpose of this paper is to describe how the Confederate Army of Tennessee could have used Intelligence assets to minimize losses and achieve victory during the Battle of Stones River in Murfreesboro, Tennessee during the winter from December 3, 1862 to January 2, 1863. The Battle of Stones River was a significant turning point in the Civil War. It is the final battle of the Stones River Campaign of the Western Theater. The campaign includes four other…

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    Nature Of Coleman Scouts

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    critical to obtaining intelligence that could aid the Confederacy in gaining an edge on the Union army. This seems all too familiar to the term of a spy, but the misconception between the two is often made, and can be easily corrected. Scouts during these times were easily identifiable, due to the requirement to be uniformed. To be a scout, you had to be known. A spy would be dressed in civilian clothing and would undertake whatever means necessary to infiltrate and gain all crucial information…

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    routine just do your research. First, us women do not have levels of anabolic hormones that men have to create their muscle definition. Lifting is a healthy routine to add to your schedule. It helps your physical and mental strength as with helping your health stability as well. After, a heavy strength training, you will continue to consume additional oxygen in the hours and sometimes even days after. That is known as post- exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC). The more you increase your strength…

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    Twitch recruitment: As stimulus voltage increased contraction force increased until it plateaued at the stimulus voltage of 120 mV (Fig 1A) As stimulus voltage increased contraction force increased. (Fig 1B). Our results are consistent with the current knowledge of twitch recruitment in skeletal muscles. As the stimulus voltage increase, more motor units were activated increasing contraction force. Our results mean that that function organism’s skeletal muscles are able to recruit motor units to…

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