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    production steps needed for the second life of a product are fewer, therefore the energy consumption drops dramatically, cutting production costs. (Bernard, 2011 αλλα από sustain 1). A famous case of successful remanufacturing practices is Caterpillar. Caterpillar with its “CAT ReMan” has succeed in remanufacturing with over two millions of used components (cores) returned in 2010, 134 lbs of materials that are remanufactured or recycled each year and preservation of about 85% of original energy…

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    Writing children’s books is a special way to interact and often influence many generations of children. To make a lasting and favorable affect the artist has to get to the heart of a child and meet them where they live as well as spark their curiosity. There have been many well known artists and illustrators who have achieved this high level of notoriety, Eric Carle is of my favorites for children. Eric Carle has a special way to reach out to the children, through color, shape, and words. Each…

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    First reading/writing/literary experiences One of the first books I remember reading is The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. I remember reading this book with my mom often, and was so intrigued by Eric Carle’s use of his tissue paper art to illustrate the book. After we read this book I wanted to see more of this artist’s work so we bought many of his books. The second most read book that he wrote that I remember reading was Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? My mom would constantly…

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    From larva to a majestic winged monarch butterfly, the transformation a caterpillar undergoes in its quest to become a butterfly is truly unique. In such process a sixteen legged pest morphs into a beautiful butterfly. Though a beautiful sight, what a caterpillar actually goes through on this journey is quite gruesome. Many wonder how this 180 degree transformation is possible, but broken down it is much simpler to comprehend. Monarch butterflies lay their milky white eggs on milkweed, insuring…

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    sustaining the organisms’ life, we decided to investigate the experiment about metabolic rate caterpillar, Manduca sexta. There are many techniques used to measuring the metabolic rate, but there are only best method that can be done in laboratory: “quantification of heat production and quantification of gas consumption” (Perkin, 2015).Our investigation is about measuring the oxygen consumption of the caterpillar in the trial duration when it was placed in sealed chamber along with chemical…

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    Motor Grader Caterpillar first became involved in the motor grader industry in 1926, when the Russell Grader Manufacturing Company of Minneapolis, Minnesota released a grader featuring a 2-ton Caterpillar crawler tractor. This grader – called No.4 Auto Patrol – which was rated at 27 horsepower, and had hand-operated blade controls – sold successfully. As a result of No.4 Auto Patrol's sales success, the Russell Grader Manufacturing Company developed another grader utilising a Caterpillar…

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    Alice's Identity

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    A big hole, talking animals and an adventure that may never end, helps a little girl find out who she truly is. While symbols are not always clear, through direct characterization, anthropomorphism, and real world connections, Lewis Carroll utilizes an exceptional understanding of the development of Alice’s identity in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Direct characterization helps to create a better understanding of symbols in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The Cheshire cat, establishes…

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    Nora's Transformation

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    transformation of a caterpillar to a butterfly. This transformation takes place in 4 stages: resting stage, growth stage, transformation stage and leap stage. In the play “A doll’s house” written by Henrik Ibsen, the main character Nora also goes through transformations similar to the caterpillar and eventually reaching self-recognition, and I am going to analyze this similarity through the lens of feminist criticism. The first and second stages of the transformation of a caterpillar are…

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    they say is the process of transformation from an immature form to an adult form in two distinct stages. Let us take by precedence the case of a caterpillar. As children, many of us learn about the wondrous process by which a caterpillar morphs into a butterfly. The story usually begins with a very hungry caterpillar hatching from an egg. The caterpillar, or what is more scientifically termed a larva, stuffs itself with leaves, growing plumper and longer through…

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    This stage also known as a caterpillar which cited by David (2004), caterpillar have hairy varying bristles or spike to prevent from getting eat and either be a naked one without spike or hair. Most caterpillars are herbivirous and their feeding types are foliage, roots, seeds and flowers that are base on their own species (Miller & Hammond, 2003). The larvae digestive…

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