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    6: Standard of Conduct 6.1 All members of the peerage and temporary members of the House must sign the Charter of the House of Lords within two weeks of being given keys. Members that have not signed the Charter by the end of this period shall be removed from the House of Lords. 6.2 All peers of the House of Lords are required to display their royal or highest noble title, at minimum, by their Coat of Arms (COA) or by some form of lettering (Text) recognized by the College of Heraldry at all times. A person who holds multiple titles must display at least their highest title but may display their others as well. The rules for display of peerage as well as coats of arms are held in public view within the College of Heraldry front offices. If displaying a coat of arms, in place of lettering, it must be a coat of arms as approved by the Norroy King of Arms. These may be incorporated into a banner (signature) of artistic merit, or as part of a display of various guild, party, religious, and/or familial memberships; however, a person may only display a maximum of two approved COAs in total. The College of Heraldry, upon exercising due diligence with the Peer, will notify the GUBR of any Peers not complying with this requirement, or improperly displaying their Coat of Arms; the GUBR will then discuss the matter with the Peer in question and come to a resolution correcting the issue or repercussion as stated in section 6.4.. 6.3 Members of the House of Lords are also expected to…

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    Even after Germany had been defeated by Allied powers in Europe, Japan was still fighting in the Pacific. In fact, in-between April and July, the country’s forces had inflicted Allied casualties that totaled about half of those that occurred during the three previous years during the war of the Pacific. Any demand the Allies made for a surrender was met with refusal. So, to combat Japan, military leaders discussed several different methods of defeating the Axis power. One option, “Operation…

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    Do you love jazz music? Louis Armstrong became an amazing coronet player. He had a rough start in life, but overcame challenges. At first he wasn’t really out there for playing the cornet, but overtime jazz music became very popular and he became famous. Louis Armstrong was born August 4th, 1901. His dad, William Armstrong, was a mentor who also played the cornet and he was still only a little kid when his dad has left the house. Even then his mom left him, shrieking her parental…

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    In Hamlet, Act IV, Scene 7, Shakespeare portrays Ophelia’s death as a metaphor of corruption through diction and literary techniques. Firstly, Ophelia’s flower crown is an extended metaphor for the royal crown. Shakespeare uses the decaying motif with this metaphor to show the king’s corruption. The maids call one of the flowers making up the crown “dead men’s fingers” (195). After this line, “weeds/weedy” and “coronet/trophies” take place of flowery words such as “fantastic garlands” (196-198).…

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    inviting him to meals and inviting him to sing at family events (Bio.com, Younger Years). Eventually, conditions became so severe, he dropped out of school at age 11 to make money for his family, his means of making money was street performing with a coronet that he saved money to buy and subsequently taught himself to play, during the course of his street performances, he was inviting to perform in bars and he started a friendship with a well-known Storyville trumpeter, Bunk Johnson. This…

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    Basilisks are a legendary creature. In these legends it is said to be the king of serpents because of a crown-shaped crest on its head. It is said to be extremely poisonous and to be able to breathe poison at its enemies. It is claimed that that accurate descriptions of basilisks do not exist because no one survives an encounter but it is claimed by some that they share features with serpents or lizards and cockerels or raptors. What is considered the most authoritative of descriptions…

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    In option of the U.S. invading Japan and losing thousands of soldiers is not a favorable alternative. Research shows that the estimated casualties for pursuing this option would have been much higher than those that resulted from the detonation of the bombs. As stated above, the name given to the planned invasion of Japan was Operation Downfall. It consisted of two parts, Operation Olympic and Operation Coronet (Operation Downfall). After research constructed by the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the…

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    wasn’t for multiple reasons. Including the near completion of Operation Downfall, to end an already ended war from the battles of Okinawa to Luzon and some background info of the bombs and operations leading up there use.The events at the end of World War II was a horrific scene made by mankind and it’s crave for constant war. World War II was one of the bloodiest wars in the world causing the suffering of many. But the decision that would forever change war was made with the introduction of the…

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    funny in advance of many date , unhesitatingly Napoleon crowns themselves Coronet. By discharge consequence, he is bon mot walk climax facility to exact is talk over with non-native architect. The Napoleonic Third detail proclaimed, “[Napoleon had become] anointed of the Lord…those missing in their appointment to our emperor…resisting the hoax unnamed by Prime mover individual” (Document 11). It emphasized device to a queen, whose talents was originator-given. The assent rove the talents to sway…

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    My whole life I’ve been a little different. From the clothes I wear and the way I present myself, to the way I look at the world, I’ve always been somewhat peculiar. Not peculiar in a bad way, but in an interesting, provocative kind of way. I am the weird greenish-yellow crayon in the box that no one ever uses. I was born in Anchorage, Alaska. My mom enrolled me and my sister into a Waldorf school where we spent our time building fairy houses in the woods, making slingshots out of twigs, and…

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