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    rights and women could not join political parties under the Law of Assembly and the Political Assembly. Japanese Military Modernization The newly founded national government was in charge of modernizing the Japanese army and navy during the Meiji period. A national government is a military leadership that was only responsible for the Emperor and the help of Great Britain and later on, Germany. The Tokugawa shogunate fell apart shortly…

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    century of Japan. In story Hojoki, it focuses on author Kamo no Chomei’s personal experiences to describe a horrible period of time. It shows normal people were struggling for their life while the natural disasters occurred repeatedly. Those disasters including conflagration, whirlwind, famine, and earthquake. The story emphasizes that there were lots of people suffering during that period. However, the natural disasters were not the only things people had to deal with at that time. The…

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    Documentaries are well-known for appealing to the audience’s emotions. In the 2014 Frontline documentary of the Ebola outbreak, awareness of the devastation and severity of the Ebola virus are brought to the surface. The disease has ravaged the country of Sierra Leone and surrounding territories like Guinea. Community helpers, volunteers, and organizations such as Doctors without Borders came together to service those in need of aid. Unfortunately, the efforts of the doctors and helpers seem…

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    the two texts shed light on one historical period, namely the Heian period. The presence of themes such as impermanence of things ranging from human behaviour to life, experiences that people face, and realization of the world around are very relevant to religion. Reading both pieces, one can find valuable insights about the relevance of religious concepts such as ritual, the way, meditation, and belief in the afterlife to everyday life in the Heian period. These ideas, as well as many others,…

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    The main issue with FOS was coming up with an algorithm that determines the important deliverables of thermocouple systems by using time history data generated from a first-order system. Deliverables include: our MATLAB coded algorithm -which outputs the parameters yL, yH, ts, and � - an executive MATLAB file -which outputs SEE and standard deviation values- and a regression plot which compares the prices of FOS models to �. Determining these four parameters within 20.0% of the calibrated data…

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    The Tale Of Genji Mappō

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    In The Tale of Genji Mappō is an immense theme within its story. Mappō is a term popular in the Heian Period used to describe the ideal that nothing lasts and that one day all good things must come to an end. The Tale of Genji has many scenarios in which Mappō is shown such as that many girls Genji had fallen for and wanted to spend his life with them ended up dying; some of them being Yugao, Aoi, and Murasaki. The deaths of his lovers and all the betrayal plus his exile show Mappō to its…

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    Tale Of Genji

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    Concept of Love In the Fictional Tale “The Tale of Genji” by Murasaki Shikibu is a story that provides a direct insight into socio political life of the Heian period in Japan. In this tale we are able to identify the standards of life that were expected of the aristocrats during the Heian period. The social nature is heavily depicted in this story as are many relationships of the characters in this story. Many of the relationships presented are romantic relationships that surround the prince…

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    The Ebola outbreak in the United States is one of the most frightening outbreaks, for many reasons. One being that, few people knew how to combat the disease. For example, how does it travel and how do we protect ourselves? These questions are important in all diseases, yet the simple fact is, that we don’t know exactly know all the answers. As Americans, that’s frightening. How do we as the general public protect ourselves from this terrible disease? Better yet, how do we protect our children?…

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    Financial capital is extremely vital to hospitals providing and maintaining high patient quality care. Also with keeping quality, patient care the hospital needs to remain financially stable. Being a health care manager, you oversee many expenditures that go to the hospital. Whether it is directly managing the cost of supplies, equipment in the hospital and, the staff that works in the hospital, much responsibility is placed on the healthcare manager. A healthcare manager also makes sure your…

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    In 1523 Giovanni da Verrazzano set sail on a quest to explore the West on behalf of France. The voyage was plagued with various issues as he searched for a passage to the Pacific Ocean and Asia. As Verrazzano sailed up the East coast of the Americas to finally rest at what today is known as Newport, Rhode Island he observed many signs of Native American’s inhabiting the coastline (Staff, 2012). Around the time Verrazzano was traveling up the East coast Native American populations were…

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