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  • Dr Jeffrey Wigand Essay

    energy as possible helping children of all ages to “make better decisions and healthy choices regarding tobacco use.” (Wigand) Dr. Wigand holds academic degrees from the University Of Buffalo School Of Medicine and biomedical Sciences and a Masters Degree in Secondary education from the University of Louisville. Dr. Wigand has always been a teacher but not all of his teaching roles have been in a classroom. While he started out teaching, he quickly transitioned into the corporate sector, holding senior management positions with Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer. This lead Dr. Wigand to the role that eventually made him infamous in the business world, Vice President for Research and Development for Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation. It was his separation from Brown & Williamson and his cooperation with government agencies that were investigating the tobacco industries that led to Dr. Wigand being known as the most famous whistleblower of his time. Although Dr. Wigand does not like to be called a whistle blower, his name will forever be synonymous with that term. Dr. Wigand feels that “the word whistle-blower suggest that you’re a tattletale or that you’re somehow disloyal, but I wasn’t disloyal in the least bit. People were dying. I was loyal to a higher order of ethical responsibility” (Salter) After the publicity and lawsuits that ensued from his testimony against the tobacco industry Dr. Wigand could not locate employment in the corporate sector, he taught at a…

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  • Kathrin Koslicki's Argument Analysis

    the following assumption about what “the usual model of vagueness” is like: vagueness requires precisi cations. Wherever there is vagueness (of the type relevant to the argument, anyway), there must be different non-vague candidate meanings “in the neighborhood of” the vague term. This is consistent with lots of views of vagueness: supervaluationism; the view I prefer, that no sentence containing a vague term is either true or false; and even epistemicism. (Perhaps it is inconsistent with the…

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  • T. Molitor Experiment

    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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  • Descriptive Essay On Chloé Brown

    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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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The American Dream

    Never had enough to pay fees and I remember one time I hid under the rust brown table that was located at the back of the classroom when the principal came to take everybody 's fees and looking through the holes of the table in front of my to see if she was looking for me. I didn 't have the money for the fee that month. I was too embarrassed to tell her I didn’t have the money again. I knew I was going to be in trouble and get hit in front of the whole school like last time.Having to stand in…

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  • Velázquez Painting Analysis

    server over the Jesus figure and his companions compensates for the spiritual disparity between the server and the Jesus figure. Yet, by utilizing the placement of the kitchenware, the postures of the figures, and the server’s seeingness and hearingness, Velázquez reveals the server’s physical relationship and symbolic transformation from being the lesser to being equivalent to the Jesus figure. At the bottom right corner of the painting, the clove of garlic is in front of the mortar and…

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  • Personal Narrative: Granite State Gym

    Personal Narrative Can you spontaneously explode from a cut? Was the question when I was at Granite State Gymnastics, the place where I train 8 months of the year for a 4 month competition season. The gym has a small airlock style walk in with wooden boards as a floor. Once inside, the space is about 4 feet wider than the door frame and has a nicer stripped wooden floor that is light brown and a L stairs to your left when you walk in with a bathroom in front of you and a school flyer style…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Political Cartoons

    many artists subtly try to persuade the viewers of their artwork to take action. The first image I looked at was a political cartoon by Steve Sack from The Minneapolis Star Tribune regarding the Flint water crisis. This cartoon depicts Governor Snyder on a rowboat next to some measuring spectrum and a buoy that is labeling “Flint water supply”. The characteristic of this image that stood out to me the most from the beginning was the lack of color. The two dominant colors in this cartoon are red…

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  • Still Life Case Study: Dutch Vanitas

    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

    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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