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    Introduction Originating from the Greek words ‘haima’, meaning blood, and ‘philia’, meaning friend, hemophilia is a medical condition in which the individual lacks a certain clotting factor which prevents bleeding as a result of injury. In order of rarity from most to least, it features type A, B and C hemophilia and various severity levels. Type A hemophilia consists of 90% of cases, in which the individual lacks clotting factor VIII and 70% of patients have a severe level of hemophilia. Type B hemophilia is far less common, in which the person lacks clotting factor IX. (Crosta, P. 2013) Type C hemophilia is when the patient lacks clotting factor XI, can appear in both males and females, but is ten times less common than type A. Patients with a factor level of 0 to 1% are considered severe, in which they may have extensive spontaneous bleeding, including internal bleeding that the person may not even be aware of. Joints may bleed and blood may get into the muscles, which can cause lifelong damage. Severe hemophilia is unfortunately the most common variety. Ten percent of hemophiliacs are considered moderate (1 to 5%), in which they may suffer from spontaneous bleeding and will likely have prolonged bleeding.…

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    One Direction Analysis

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    world with their angelic voices, handsome faces, and each having an amazing personality, this band is called One Direction. One Direction is the best boyband that has walked the planet. They were making history before they even released there first album. Having lots of involvement in charities and breaking records every time they release an album or single. An all rounded down to earth men living a dream they never expected and being able to do it next to four their best friends. Before all…

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    The success of JLS and the Wanted, X-Factor contestants One Direction was the next music group to help revive the boy bands. The group was formed by Niall Horan from Mullingar, Ireland; Zayn Malik from Bradford; Harry Styles from Cheshire; Louis Tomlinson from Doncaster, amd Liam Payne from Wolverhampton ( he had reached the judge's house stages of The X-Factor at 14 years old back in 2008). Each originally entered 2010's series of The X Factor as individuals. But a guest judge Nicole…

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    Hemophilia Research Paper

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    Hemophilia Hemophilia is a rare hereditary bleeding disorder where the blood cannot clot normally at the site of a wound or injury. Where someone who has a minor cut can profusely bleed, and it can get so bad that it could end up making them sick. There are two types of hemophilia, Type A and Type B. Type A: Is the most common type, it is caused by lacking Factor VII, which is one of the proteins to help blood form clots. Type B is caused by lacking Factor IX. Hemophilia is normally diagnosed…

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    Hemmings Vs Cowell

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    wide variation in lower and upper registers for each member is what makes One Direction so successful. Simon Cowell was able to find five voices that each complimented each other uniquely to create complex harmonies that most bands can’t achieve. Because of this, the band has received 281 award nominations in its 5 years, and has won 169 of them. In comparison, 5 Seconds of Summer is a pop-punk band meaning not only does each member play an instrument, there is also a designated lead singer.…

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    Exponential X-Factors

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    So I've talked about x-factors before. Not only do they enable you to do things you never could on your own, they have a residual effect. Experience changes the brain. But what x-factors can you use? Really anything that enables you to change your behavior. An x-factor can even be as simple as an object. For example, maybe you plan on doing the take 100 photos of strangers project to get over your shyness. Do you think you'll be more willing to ask a stranger for a photo when you are using…

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    Find X The world is ripe with enigmas—bold unanswered questions. Extraterrestrial life, time travel, the meaning of life, and cultural relativism are just some of these sweeping topics. There are also countless smaller mysteries, less earth shattering questions that manifest in short-lived daydreams and musings. The smaller enigmas I ponder span from how the first camera prototype was conceptualized to what the X-Factor truly is. It is a popular show, most people know that it’s a televised music…

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    When Life Gives HOPE! Everyone who has their dream has found their hope from factors they felt. Junior, a boy in The Absolute True Diary of a Part-Time Indian had experienced several factor shaping worldviews, but in the end even though some of his Spokane Tribe resented him for leaving, and he lost some people he truly cared about, he was about to find hope through the love and struggles he had come upon. Family support, race, education and friendship can contribute whether or not people can…

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    On May 25, 2016, the Manager met with YCWA General Manager Curt Aikens to discuss finalizing the Power Enhancement Agreement. Consistent with the previous meeting with the YCWA POD Committee, the Agency does not wish to explore the splitting of Gross Revenue and is citing several factors as the cause. The first is the 1990 Agreement that created the groundwork for the 2016 Agreement. The second, and perhaps most critical to each of our interests, is the growing prospect of other entities…

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    Deadpool Case Study

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    Deadpool, also known as Wade Wilson, is one of Marvel’s famous antiheroes. Artist Rob Liefeld and writer Fabian Nicieza created him, and his first appearance in comics was in The New Mutants issue number 98. Originally made to be a villain, in later issues he has now evolved into an antiheroic persona. Deadpool’s main power is his accelerated healing factor and physical prowess, both that allow him to be effective in combat. This healing ability originates from being experimented on by Dr.…

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