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    Humor Essay Many works of literature today have persuasive strategies incorporated in them to grab the reader’s attention. Most of the time, writers also use strategies such as humor to send a crucial message to the audience. While this is one effective way of sending a message, other writers utilize formal writing to express the seriousness of a problem. Both methods are effective in getting a message across; however, writing without humor is stronger than those with humor because it is straightforward and comprehensible. Works without the use of humor have a stronger effect on the readers due to the fact that writers get their point across right away, which make it easier for the audience to comprehend. For example, in Francine Prose’s “I Know Why The Caged Bird Cannot Read,“ she stresses the lack of importance in the literature students read. When she states, “that I should find myself teaching...eager college undergraduate and graduate students would-be writers handicapped” (Prose 180), she informs the audience that literature students are being taught have no impact on their education because no essential skill is retained. In addition, Prose shows her disappointment in the teachers who are ineffectively educating their students with the current works of literature. She emphasizes her message directly to the audience by being critically honest. Since she informs the audience in an honest manner, she makes it easier for the readers to realize the problems she stresses.…

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    A fit 35 with a well honed body carrying no excess fat. A couple of inches over 6 foot in height. Black hair combed straight back with no parting. Kind brown eyes over drawn cheeks and thin lips. Wearing a white check short sleeve shirt and grey flannelled trouser with woollen cardigan. No shoes on, showing both his socks were darned with different coloured wools. Rose, upstairs in bed, was finding it difficult to read the Daily Express news paper, which was two days old anyway. Listening to the…

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    couldn't come to this magnificent country. I was awoken from my haze by a man yelling at me “ come here” I walked over and said, “ yes”, he said” I work for a newspaper company and I noticed that you don't look like the normal new yorker” I said “ I'm from Germany, I came through Ellis Island” , “great” he said cheerfully “ come with me”. He motioned his hand inside this building with big blue sign with red writing that said New York Newspaper. The walls was a cream colored like sand, the wood…

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    T. Molitor Experiment

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    molitor. During our second experiment, the colours of the T. molitor was noted, and the two T. molitor of dark brown colour used, moved relatively slow as compared to the others. Our results showed that the two dark brown T. molitor moved a mean distance of 3.8cm, whereas the three black T. molitor of the same trial moved a mean distance of 17.6 cm (one moved an abnormal amount of 28cm), the two brown T. molitor moved a mean distance of 9.05 cm (one of them was missing 2 legs), and the three…

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    A shy, sassy girl with brown straight hair, deep dark brown eyes, was named Chloé Brown; lived in a nice modern gated community with her family. Her parents were the type of parents that everyone could ever dream of having; comical, admirable and mainly laid back but also have a strict side. Even though Chloé had the “perfect” life that everyone was jealous of, she did not understand to appreciate when she was an arrogant, sassy fifteen-year-old freshman at Avon Park High School. She hated…

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    at the painting it is clear to see that the man is seated at a table with his elbows rested on the surface. His two frail hands are folded together and pressed against his forehead, as if he is bowing his head in prayer. Placed on the table in front of him is a loaf of bread with one end cut off, a bowl containing liquid of brown color, a knife which is right next to the bowl, a thick bible with a green cover, and laying on top of the bible is a pair of glasses folded, laying upside down. The…

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    arranged in a hectic manner. At the back, a wooden hourglass can be seen along with a brown and green book. To the side there’s a wooden cigarette holder, with cigarettes burning and an open book. Next to this is an open pocket watch and glasses. A page is falling. A flute intersects this, and a fallen green, glass vase is on top. Almost central, there’s a skull and a bone, leaves embrace these. Light is coming from the top right corner, which is largely empty and a dark background. The overall…

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    Fish Tank Film Analysis

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    Once bright green grass seems to turn patchy as the mood of the film shifts. Dead brown grass is first visible when Mia jumps the fence into Conor’s backyard. Dull colored grass is made visible again in a larger quantity when Mia kidnaps Conor’s daughter Kira and leads her into a field. The field is vast and brown, bordering a body of water that appears to be almost grey in color. Another aspect of nature that changes color with the mood of the film is the sky. In the majority of Fish Tank the…

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    The results showed that a brown color change occurred in the mixture. The reasoning behind the color change in the mixture has to do with the chemical reaction that changes catechol into its oxidized form benzoquinone. This chemical reaction also requires oxygen, and an enzyme called polyphenol oxidase. The enzyme polyphenol oxidase is needed because it acts as the catalyst in the reaction. When the components of buffer, substrate, and enzyme were mixed, the oxygen in the surrounding air also…

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    Enzyme Lab Report Essay

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    catalysts that increases the rate of chemical reactions (JRank Articles). With the use of enzymes it can accelerate certain reaction rates at a faster past then if the reaction was moving at it natural speed (JRank Articles). The activity of enzymes are control by many things like environment, inhibitors, and regulatory binding sites that happens on the enzyme(JRank Articles).The overall reaction in the natural setting which was the basic reaction in this experiment was in a time period of…

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