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    When one is asked the common question, “are you a dog person or a cat person,” it is assumed that there is only one option. Dogs are trustworthy, devoted, and carefree, while cats are independent, aloof, and sometimes even somber (especially to a “dog person”). To most, the two household pets are polar opposites despite serving the same purpose: being a source of comfort outside usual human interactions. In Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, Jeanette’s family has a dog their entire life, which makes the animal a symbol that she will always tie back to her strict home life. However, the only experience she has with cats are with the one Next Door, something that is established as an “enemy” on the very first page. Because they are so rare to her, yet are so common in the world, it is something that she will always think of as being different or outside of what she knows. Winterson plays off of the societal contrast between dogs and cats to further explain the two competing forms of love in Jeanette’s life: familial love she receives from her mother and church, and physical love she feels around Melanie and others. Although Jeanette is often told that she can only live her life down one of these paths, she ultimately chooses both which complicates each side and questions whether they are even exclusive at all. Dogs represent what it means to be a good Christian and not stray from strict beliefs because Jeanette’s family owns a dog that is brought up in instances that question…

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    “Only my dogs will not betray me.” (Maria Callas). Dogs have been around for a very long time, since the beginning of mankind. They have been existing since 13000 B.C. in Central Asia. Before, humans feared these wolves, until they figured out that they ate their leftover foods that drew insects and protected them from the wild. Dogs descended from wolves and slowly evolved into the modern dog, for example, a tiny Chihuahua to a huge great dane. On the other hand, cats also have been around for…

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    Art Of Rain

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    The book The Art of Racing in the Rain is written based on a true story of the author Garth Stein, but instead of telling a story like any other literature, this book is written from author’s pet dog, Enzo’s perspective. This book is mainly a biography of the author during the times his dog, Enzo, is present, and what makes this biography so great is that the concept of the dog telling the story is constantly reminded by the author Stein, and Stein added on the imaginary but realistic thoughts…

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    The Perfect Cleanser Cosmopolitan magazine is for an audience of fashionable women and what is trending now. This magazine is published by Hearst Corporation May 2015. Cosmopolitan was first published in the United States back in the late 80’s. The magazine’s purpose is to demonstrate how women are beautiful through makeup and fashion. Women may feel persuaded to get advice in fashion or love. Most women may find it appealing in different aspects. The advertisement “Simple” located in the…

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    advertising agency of Kenyon & Eckhardt in 1958 as copywriter and account executive (Hendricks). In 1949, she met the man she would fall in love with and marry. He was film executive, and his name was David Brown. In 1959, they were married, and Brown became Helen’s greatest supporter. He encouraged Gurley to begin writing a book about her single lady days. Sex and the Single Girl was published in 1962. It became an international bestseller and catapulted Gurley to fame and fortune. Brown…

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    Cosmopolitan Magazine

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    The Cosmopolitan magazine cover uses beauty both in the viewing of the model on the cover and in the different article pieces it displays to attract buyers. Promises of stealing the spotlight with eye-makeup, or the first date rules that say he will be begging to see you again. Potential buyers may imitate the look that Hollywood promotes as attractive. The cover immediately attracts the eye and you can’t help but read the various article summaries that surround the model. The advice and…

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    Chordata Research Paper

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    Chordata is a phylum of the animal kingdom that includes animals possessing notochord, pharyngeal gill slit and dorsal tubular nerve cord. Although the name Chordata is attributed to William Bateson (1885), it was already prevalent around 1880. Phylum Chordata, though not the largest, is the most diverse phylum in the animal kingdom. Chordates are cosmopolitan and are well represented in marine, freshwater as well as terrestrial habitats from the equator to the high northern and southern…

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    regulating survival and growth invertebrate larvae, including O. vulgaris is temperature (Kamler, 1992; Boidron-Metairon, 1995). If the temperature is not in suitable, the growth of paralarvae are disrupted and can result in poor development or even high mortality. Consequently, it is a significant bottleneck in the culture of Octopus vulgaris aquaculture. Studying the effects of temperature stress on paralarvae and acquiring knowledge on how it the influences survival during the larval phase,…

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    The Louis J. Esposito dining hall is a popular location on Temple University’s urban campus where those who have a meal plan congregate. Not only does it serve as a location for students and faculty to eat, but it also is utilized as an area for socializing and completing homework. Due to this reason, the dining hall is regarded as a cosmopolitan canopy. As described by Elijah Anderson, author of the piece The Cosmopolitan Canopy: Race and Civility in Everyday Life, cosmopolitan canopies are…

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    Summary Of Becoming Human

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    In the study of evolution one time in history that is very closely looked at is exactly when humans arose in the world. There are certain characteristics that have to be met in order for something to be considered “human.” The question is when where all of those characteristics met? In these evolutionary studies the Neanderthals and the Denisovans come into conversation. Scientist ask if these organisms could be considered “human?” They try to answer this by studying how they lived, when they…

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