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    Manipulation and Control in Colonial Leadership: Hoodwinking William Pitt the Younger The satirical caricature East India Stocks published in London in 1788 portrays an assortment of characters, referring to corruption and embezzlement of the East India Company stocks by the people in authority, specifically that of Henry Dundas, a lord advocate under George III, who would later become the president of the Board of Control. Although William Pitt the Younger, the English Prime Minister from 1783-1801, was seemingly the face of these charges, Dundas was the cunning politician dismaying Pitt from his vision for the United Kingdom and taking advantage of Pitt’s power. Dundus became exceedingly close to Pitt, and while carrying the “Dictator’s Wallet,” convinced Pitt that he was doing the right thing for his country. An opportunist, Dundus took advantage of Pitt’s acute health conditions, probable addiction to alcohol, and lack of static solutions despite a noble vision. The only anonymous character in the caricature is a petrified, yet wealthy looking white man, dressed in a cherry rose-colored cloth, holding tightly to a post labeled “proprietary,” or in this case, his most precious stocks in the company. The bottom segment of the proprietary post converges into a wooden pillory labeled “controul,” referring to the Board of Control. The man’s feet are placed on the two holes and the pillory is secured with a bulky lock on the right corner, where the word “security,” is…

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    The latter is a critical response of The University of Colorado Boulder Department of Theatre and Dance’s rendition of Carlo Goldoni’s mid-18th century comedy; Servant of Two Masters. Directed by Tamara Meneghini, and featured in the ever-personal Loft Theatre, this hilarious tale of love and mishappenings had me encaptured for entirety of its two and a half hour run time. Needless to say, I found this showing to be of great standing, and was successful on nearly every single level in making…

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    Sandy Skoglund Essay

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    Skoglund herself. When she was three, she became ill with polio which paralyzed her left shoulder and weakened her left arm. Because of her injury, Skoglund often felt different from the other children, making her become extremely aware of the difference between appearances and reality--between how things may look and how they are. She may not look handicapped, but unfortunately, she is. (Wolf 39). Skoglund suffered from a disease which made her a bit handicapped, which caused her to believe…

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    Red Fox Research Paper

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    The Red fox is found in more places than any other wild canine living all over the Northern Hemisphere. From the Arctic Circle and all of Asia, to Central America and even the northern Africa. Kitsune in Japan are connected to the god Inari Ōkami, the god of rice, rice harvest, and prosperity for farmers. Inari’s messenger and friend is the fox, or foxes depending on the image. Thus there are fox statues at Shinto shrines dedicated to the god Inari. Besides fox statues the shrines are also…

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    Brightpaw: A Short Story

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    never kept a close eye on me. I looked out for myself. I can hunt, I can defend myself, and I do it better than some of your warriors! But I'm just supposed to lay around camp and wait for orders from some fleabag? It’s unfair!” “Quailfang is no fleabag,” Whitenose corrected. “They’re well respected both within our clan and among others, and it would do you well to learn that.” When Brightpaw didn’t answer, he continued. “I know you can hunt and defend yourself, but have you considered that…

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    Arctic Fox Research Paper

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    The Arctic fox can survive frigid Arctic temperatures as low as –58°F in the treeless lands where it makes its home. It has furry paws, short ears, and a short muzzle all-important adaptations to the chilly climate Arctic foxes live in burrows, and in a blizzard they may tunnel into the snow to create shelter.Only fox that changes color,their white coat (sometimes gray)are used as camouflage.When the seasons change the fox’s coat turns into a bluish gray color.These colorings help foxes to…

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    About Red rooster Red Rooster is an Australian fast food restaurant chain which serves roast chicken. Since beginning its entryways in 1972 Red Rooster has become one of the biggest Australian worked junk food franchised restaurants, utilizing more than 7500 staff from in excess of 360 stores. Its headquarter in Balcatta, Western Australia. Red Rooster is prominent the whole way across Australia for their oven-roasted chicken which has been marinated for around 12 hours. There key to…

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    Red Fox Research Paper

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    Introduction The common name of the Vulpes vulpes is the red fox. The red fox has a relatively long body with dense fur. The fur is typically a rusty red color and the legs are darker in color, sometimes even black. Foxes have black pointed ears and long canine teeth. On their underside, the fur is white from their nose down to their belly, orangish-red fur on its back, sides, and head. Red foxes have white fur under their neck and on their chest. A male fox, also called a “dog” weighs…

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    Terry Kelly is from St. John’s, Newfoundland and at the age of one, he was diagnosed with retinoblastoma, a disease that left him blind. He made music since childhood and record five full-length recordings. His enthusiasm and determination gained recognition as an athlete, award-winning singer, songwriter and entertainer. On Remembrance Day, he was at ta drug store in Nova Scotia and the store owner announced for everybody to take a moment of silence to remember our troops. But he saw one man…

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    this literature review is to explore and challenge the concepts in the case of The Terry Fox Foundation through different models of help. Exploration of the foundation is done through various books, research reports, news articles, and media coverage of the organization. The aim of this literature review is to critically analyze the material and recount what the literature is addressing in the context of help represented by the case. Firstly, in the book Terry Fox and His Marathon of Hope,…

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