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    The chosen advertisement is an advertisement for Michelob Ultra light beer. On the top half of the advertisement is a picture of a man and a woman in running clothes jogging alongside the shore of a beach. The sand is wet, with footprints behind them. The sun is shining in between them on the horizon, and the ocean behind them is very calm. To the right there is a large boat dock that stretches out to the middle of the image. Above them in the center of the image in large blue letters reads “superior light beer”. Superior is bolded. Below the word superior are the words “light beer” in all capital letters. In between those two words is a red ribbon, the right half darker than the left. The image on the bottom shows a group of five people talking, two women and three men. All except two of them can be seen holding Michelob beers. They are all smiling, and they are all “attractive”. They are all dressed in nice, “summer clothes”, like collared shirts for the men, and tank-tops and skirts for the women. Behind them is a rocky cliff, with green grass growing on it. On the left the sun is setting and, again, shining in between two people, who are laughing. Along the right side of the ad is a bottle of beer with “superior light beer” written on the top of the label with blue letters, and in the center of the label is the brand name “Michelob” in cursive blue letters. Below that in a larger font with all capital letters is the word “Ultra”. On the bottom left of the advertisement it…

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    the famous, mysterious, and also ancient city of Inca is still in the Andes. In 1532, Inca was conquered by the Spanish after centuries of thriving. Some of the many festivals that they have is Fiesta de la Cruz, El Señor de los Milagros, Inti Raymi, Virgen del Carmen, Virgen de la Candelaria, Puno Week , and many others. Some of the many historic architecture are Colonial Lima, Cusco’s Incan Masonry, the Mystery of Moray, Ollantaytambo old Town, Machu Picchu’s Temple of the Sun, Colonial…

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    Machu Picchu Narrative

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    All the of the meat eaters in the group partook in trying some of the traditional stuffed, grilled, and smoked delicacy. It was then off to Cerámicas Seminario a ceramic workshop, where we got to see how clay pottery ceramics have continued to made and painted by hand by extremely talented local artists. The final stop of the day was at a small chicha house. Chicha or chicha morada is a sweet fermented corn or purple corn drink with a low alcohol content of about 3 percent. We each tried a…

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    The Moche were an Andean civilization that resided in ancient Peru. Animals were popular subjects of Moche art and were often depicted on pottery as a composite creature made up of multiple animals. One of the popular uses for pottery in the Moche civilization was to create stirrup spout vessels that held chicha beer for the elite. A specific ceramic stirrup spout vessel that appears to have animalistic qualities is the Vessel in the Shape of a Crested Animal which was found in Tomb 2 at the…

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    Francisco Pizzaro- (1474-1541) was a Spanish conquistador he was an obscure adventurer and barbaric cruel man. In 1532, he left Spain for the New World in the wake of early discoveries. Pizzaro, discovered and overthrew the Inca Empire of Peru. Capturing the Inca King Atahualpa, the king trying to negotiate his release for freedom with his gold. Pizarro, agreed that he would release him once the gold was delivered. Pizarro collected the ransom, and ordered for the King to be executed. In…

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    Agriculture Maya region during the Classic Period was primarily farming and had been since about 900 BC. People in the rural areas lived in sedentary villages, relying heavily on a combination of domestic maize, beans, squash, and amaranth. Other plants domesticated or exploited by Maya farmers included cacao, avocado, and breadnut. Only a handful of domesticated animals were available to the Maya farmers, including dogs, turkeys, and stingless bees. Tribute paid to the Inca rulers came…

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    sick? So, in the high altitude and frigid nights of the Andes we would walk Cusco’s narrow stone streets arguing the meaning of Vallejo’s work. Now, as I read Bolanos book in Montreal I see the savage detectives walking likewise the streets of Mexico city discussing poetic terms. It was for us a way of bonding and connecting through endless conversations. We were not only the best of friends but unknowingly then, the source of our young intellectual growth. We learned from one another but…

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    Inca Anthropology

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    people they were the children of Wiraqocha, a very powerful god. Inca Yupanqui, the eighth king’s son, in a dream he was told by a god that he would be a great Inca Leader. The stones outside of the city in the field then turned into warriors magically. Wari, an ethnic group before the Incas, build a road from their empire to the Inca’s, the Incas traded good with them, with that road. Many archaeologists think that Wari art, and government also influenced the Incas. When the Incas fought and…

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    Death Penalty Claim

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    Death penalty Dylan Chicha 1-19-16 Period 2 Claim: There is a debate in the nation and different states decide whether or not to use the death penalty. Personally, I think the Death Penalty should be illegal I will be sharing the different methods that are used for the death penalty..In this paper I plan to explain my reasoning why I think the death penalty should be illegal. I will also state a counterclaim. The first reason is that people have been killed,…

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    Within Music Analysis

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    women and has encouraged the continuation of the silence of women in the music industry, as well as other industries. Outline Part 1: History of women in the industry (story of the origin of singing-women in the music industry now) Ordered Chronologically The Star Girls' Descent: A Myth about Men, Women, Matrilocality, and Singing The ancient tale of the Kuna people, The Star Girls Descent, provides a significant example of forced gender roles in the verbal art of singing. Women’s singing…

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