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  • Disadvantages Of Variable Speed Motors

    The ideal relative humidity is between 30 and 50 percent, for optimal comfort. The consistent airflow provides improved air filtration and improved air quality. • Energy Efficiency: Variable-speed motors consume less energy than conventional motors. For example, the variable speed motor uses approximately one-eighth the amount…

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  • The Abyss Gazes Into You Analysis

    outside. Summer consisted of enchanted forests, while the winters transformed into wonderlands. The outdoors was somewhat of a storybook to me. It held my imagination and dreams. To me nature has not become a symbol of my childhood, but also a place of comfort. There is no judgment, rather a sense of freedom. While visiting the exhibition The Abyss Gazes Into You by Spencer Murphy his representation of his child and nature is one I appreciated. Doing some research I found out the Murphy too…

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  • Final Gift Analysis

    Death is often a hard thing to understand and very emotional for everyone who is affected by it. More times than not it is hard to react in the proper way when someone else is dealing with a death. The book “Final Gifts: Understanding the Special Awareness, Needs and Communication of the Dying” by Maggie Callan and Patricia Kelley is all about Hospice care nurses. They tell many stories about their dying patients and their families reactions to the death process. Most of the stories show how to…

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  • College Admissions Essay: What Makes Me Socially Invisible?

    technology has had such a strong influence on me. Everytime I see major technology companies such as Apple, Microsoft, or Samsung open up new innovate tech to the public I always become even more inspired to study software development and get out of my comfort zone socially to increase my chances of being successful. No matter where I go I know that I will eventually create something that people will love and be inspired by as video games have for me and make the future we dream of today a bit…

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  • Misconception Of Human Trafficking

    rescued and escaped victims, we are able to get a glimpse into the world of trafficking and also able to see the after effects of being involved in forced labor and sex slavery. An example of socially accepted human trafficking for its time, is "comfort women" in Japan, Korea, and other Asian countries. During World War II, women and young girls from Asian countries were captured or sold by family members to Japanese soldiers for the use of sexual companionship in attempts to boost morale and…

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  • Summary Of Yuki Tanaka's 'Solace Ladies'

    but he starts by talking about the similarity in the abuse and crime that were committed by allied armed forces right after the war. From one perspective, for instance, Japanese warriors had an 'individual decision ' in connection to the abuse of comfort women, which they did without thinking twice, so yes it is a very cruel crime and they should own up it. The names 'solace stations ' of the Japanese, 'solace ladies ', and 'the Rest and Amusement Association ' of the united gatherings were…

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  • Korean Comfort Women

    system of “comfort” and “leisure” for their soldiers. The soldiers were inclined to seek sexual outlets in the local society. Because Japanese soldiers were indiscriminately committing rape they often contracted venereal diseases and other illness. Therefore, the government and military designed a regulated sex system whose goals included boosting the morale of soldiers, relieving combat…

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  • Japanese Comfort Women

    The history of Japan’s procurement and extortion of comfort women during World War II has only been brought to light in the early 1990’s when nineteen of the remaining comfort women survivors broke decades of silence and shared their personal experiences of Japan’s army-run comfort stations. From the development of the stations, the actual procurement of women and the sexism and dehumanization present in the comfort camps, the Japanese government fully supported and approved a war crime “to…

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  • Compassion In Tim O Brien's The Things They Carried

    Compassion In Tim O’Brien’s, “The Things They Carried”, he introduces his extremely personal story to his readers “On the Rainy River” that he supposedly has never told anyone. With this chapter he is faced with a huge life-changing crisis, he had been drafted to serve in the United States Army to fight in the Vietnam War. O’Brien felt trapped, he was completely opposed to this forced command but there was no way out. He couldn’t even fathom why he would have to risk his life for a war that he…

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  • Reflective Essay On Big History

    Now that we are at the end of the Spring 2016 semester, it is time to reflect on the History Department’s exciting year. I don’t normally like to turn my back on people, but I wanted to model the History Student Association’s new t-shirt. Not only do I like the shirt, I believe that our students came up with a wonderful way of describing what it is that we as historians do and are. We are scholars who are “in-betweeners.” “Our minds are in the past, our bodies in the present, and our…

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