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  • Comparing Natural And Synthetic Medicines In Relieving Common Cold

    Topic Outline Comparative Study between Synthetic Medicines and Natural Medicines in Relieving Common Cold THESIS: Natural medicines are more reliable in relieving common cold than synthetic medicines because, unlike synthetic medicines, they have less or even no side effects to one’s body and they also boost the immune system rather than suppressing the symptoms. INTRODUCTION I. Common Cold A. Definition B. Cause C. Symptoms II. Relievers A. Synthetic medicines B. Natural medicines III. Natural…

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  • Rousseau On Humanism

    This action then affects the entire community all because of the selfishness of a single person or a group of people. One usually takes too much in order to secure him or herself. For example, if the common area is a pond, one may catch too many fish to ensure a meal for an entire month so that he or she may survive. This creates a selfishness in society, generating a cycle of these three events. According to Rousseau humans have the ability to either…

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  • Personal Narrative: An Exploration Of My Education

    Once I reached to the Commons, it was quite crowded and quite obvious that this was the place where all of the cliques and groups of Portage High School enjoyed hanging out. I trotted around talking to people hoping to make friends. Many people gave me a lot of funny looks and…

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  • Comparing Nehisi Coates's Between The World And Me

    In this situation there is a lot of power given to each individual who shares the common land. Because they all want to maximize their own profits it is up to each person to share the commons fairly. If a group of people from a different country, race, or ethnicity from the people who originally shared the commons joined the community a lot of prejudice towards that person may occur. This type of prejudice can be similar to the kind that Ta-Nehisi…

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  • SEC V. Arcturus Corporation: Case Study

    security subject to SEC regulation. This ruling was based on the long-standing “investment contract” test found in SEC v. W.J. Howey Co. In Howey, the Supreme Court defined an “investment contract” as 1) individuals led to invest money, 2) in a common enterprise, and 3) having the expectation that they would earn a profit solely from the efforts of others. Specifically, the court found the third Howey factor in dispute. In Williamson v. Tucker, the Supreme Court empathized that economic…

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  • I Am Zitti: An Autobiography

    “I am Zitti”: An Autobiography “A primate is a member of a mammal order that includes apes, monkeys, tarsiers and lemurs, the closest relative of humans because they share a common evolutionary descent” (Burnie,2008, para. 1). There are many species of primates, one is apes and the largest of them is Gorilla (Vedder, 2008). My name is Zitti. I am a biologically female Cross river gorilla a subspecies of Western Gorilla (World Wildlife Fund, 2014). Others call me by my scientific name of…

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  • Literary Analysis Of 'Those Winter Sundays' By Robert Hayden

    poem “Those Winter Sundays” by Robert Hayden, the speaker introduces cold and uncomfortable images to relay the tone of the poem: Regret for not respecting his father. Hayden uses “blueback cold” in the second line, presenting a tone of sadness and loneliness throughout the house that the speaker and his family like in. The word “blueblack” is such an uncommon word that it carries an extremely negative feeling, exemplifying the cold feeling of distance throughout the family. This developing…

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  • Douglas Mawson's Physical Sacrifice

    Douglas Mawson’s soles of his feet were hanging off, oozing blood and pus, as he trudged through the snow of Antarctica. Would you make a physical sacrifice like that to achieve a goal? There have been a copious amount of sacrifices made to make new discoveries in science. The scene described above was suffered by Douglas Mawson. This man and two other people made very substantial sacrifices; he risked his life to learn as much about Antarctica as he could and sacrificed the most out of all of…

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  • T. Molitor Experiment

    affects a Tenebrio molitor’s activity level. Both experiments conducted consisted of two separate treatment trials; one in a warm environment (25 C) and one in a relatively cold environment (14 C). Results obtained from these experiments both showed a higher level of T. molitor activity in warmer environments as opposed to the cold environment where less activity occurred. In this case, the activity level of a T. molitor was measured by distance travelled (cm) over one minute. Prior to…

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  • Consequences Of Frostbite In Jack London's To Build A Fire

    In Jack London’s “To Build a Fire,” an unnamed man and his husky riskily travel through the Yukon area in bitter, cold temperatures with the hope of reaching a camp (and his friends) by the evening. The man faces the consequences of frostbite in the process of traveling in such harsh conditions. He builds a few fires to keep warm, and to battle freezing off his fingers and toes, but soon his own conscience drives him crazy. When it becomes impossible for the man to construct a fire with his…

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