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  • What's In This Toothpaste Analysis

    What’s in This Toothpaste is a formal essay and it is an informational essay. This essay has an explicit thesis which is “What’s in this toothpaste” (Bodanis, 10) and the urgency of toothpaste consumers to know what is in their toothpaste. In this essay the author writes about the ingredients that make up toothpaste. An effective example of diction is the very well use of scientific phrases. The author uses scientific phrases such as “a large helping of gummy molecules from seaweed Chondrus Crispus”. By using this word the author show how when a consumer would read that on a toothpaste packaging they would not know what it means. The author goes to explain further by giving the literal meaning which is seaweed ooze (Irish moss), this is basically…

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  • Birmingham Race Riots By Andy Warhol

    the spectators gaze to the paramount historical figures. The most eye-catching and dominating illustration, situated on the right panel of paper, is the pseudo-sketched dehumanized portrait of Crispus Attucks, a black man who is considered the first to perish for the American Revolution during the Boston Massacre of 1770. Flanking the portrait in the upper right corner, a miniature British solider silhouette gazes over Attucks. Directly below the likeness, the artist dedicates the work “for…

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  • The Colonist Fault In History: The Boston Massacre

    Neither the colonist nor soldiers were ever on good terms though the soldierswere only guarding the custom house.The colonist were the ones to cause innocent people to die which is why they caused the“The Boston Massacre”. Although they weren’t the ones who fired they caused the firing. One ofthe first people to die was Crispus Attucks (1723- 1770) was an African American former slaveand sailor who is now considered as the first martyr for the American Revolution because he wasthe first person…

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  • Events Led To The Boston Massacre

    the soldiers who were referred to as the redcoats marched through town. Many citizens were unpleased that British troops invading their city and would continuously spit and call them names. The soldiers were informed to not many townspeople due to them carrying weapons under their clothing and they would shoot to kill. The people’s goal was to prevent soldiers from carrying out their duty, this tension continued for eighteen months between citizens and soldiers. On March 5, as a continuation…

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  • Boston Massacre Research Paper

    help, as the colonist surrounded him and crowd got louder and louder. In a few minutes, Captain Thomas Preston arrived at the scene, with 7 more soldiers and tried to take control of the situation. Then the church bell rang and which drew many colonist to the scene. There were a lot of noisy, screaming and provoking at the soldiers. Many colonist were throwing snowballs, rocks, and sticks and daring the soldiers to fire. As per one of the witnesses a sentry named Private Montgomery was struck in…

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  • Lawrencetown Beach Case Study

    Percent Coverage (%) Heterogeneity Tidal zone 0 Chondrus crispus Laminaria saccharina Nucella lapillus Scytosiphon lomentaria Fucus disitichus Orchestia agilis 0.75 0.60 0.50 0.50 0.25 0.25 0.746 Supralittoral 2 Fucus vesiculosus Littorina littorea Carcinus meanas Balanus balanoides Mytilus edilus Nucella lapillus Ulva intestinalis Ulva lactuca Chondrus crispus Acmaea testudinalis Orchestia agilis 40 3 3 1 1 0.50 0.40 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.375 Supralittoral 4 Fucus vesiculosus Littorina…

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