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    pieces of seaweed around her plate Benny was shocked when his father told him the news. “Son, it isn’t that your mother and I don’t love you any less than your other siblings. We just know that you are going to be something great, and keeping you here would hinder your possibilities.” The thing that hurt Benny the most was the monotone sound coming from his father. There weren’t tears, choking up, or even any variety in his father’s gruff voice. Not wanting to hear anything else Benny swam up to his room. Since Benny was a fish he didn’t have many things to take with him besides his dreams in his head. “Benny, we really do love you.” His mother’s honey like voice rang out behind him. He could hear the guilt in her voice as she ran a pink fin across his mucky green scales. “You may have to leave us, but someone will love you for you. Someone won’t judge you for your looks, but for what you have up here.” She says poking his head. “They want my head?” Benny shouts upset by the fact that people would want his head. Why would you want someone like that? “No, they would want you for your brain. That is why you cannot stay here. You have to go somewhere where people don’t judge you for your looks, but for your brains. You are a special fish Benny, and I am proud to be your mom.” With that she pressed a kiss to his cheek before Benny swam off. Ten years later Benny wasn’t that naïve five year old fish that was disowned by his family. He swam around the big blue ocean watching other…

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    Mark Twain makes numerous social critisisms and commentaries though Adventures of Huck Fin in 1885 that continue to carry meaning into 2017: for example, the social dogma of education and the impact it has on our youth, as well as, the racial tension society had back in the 1800’s and to this day in 2017. First of all, quoting page 2 of Adventures of Huck Fin, Twain says through the use of Huckleberry Fin that “Then she told me all about the bad place, and I said I…

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    When I started editing “Sticky Fins,” I knew I had a lot of work to do, but I didn’t know where to start. I wanted to improve the clarity of the poem so that it communicated the theme of invasiveness. In my final version, “their words,” I think I was able to do this. Although it may seem like a completely different poem at first glance, I used many of the major motifs, images, and themes that were part of the original version. For example, I expanded upon the images of “peanut butter” and…

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    My shape is look like my relatives- other type of porpoise, but I’m the only one without a true dorsal fin. Some of my brothers and sisters can grow to 2.27m in length and 72 kg weight, but most of us are smaller. My shirt’s color is light grey, and our family is like an organization, we wearing the same clothes. My main food is fish, but sometimes I will eat some shrimp, crustaceans and squid. My diet is depend on where I’m living, let me tell you a secret, I will eat leaves, rice and eggs…

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    Neoceratodus – * Neoceratodus is commonly known as Australian lung fish. *It is described as “living fossil” as it has undergone little changes during nearly 300 million years. *It is found in rivers and pools of Australia. …

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    with an excellent sense of hearing and have developed highly complex communication systems. Killer whales are immediately recognizable by their distinctive black-and-white coloring, when you see these magnificent creatures many people immediately get the idea of Shamu from SeaWorld and the tricks they preform, most people don’t remember that that captivity is limiting the whale’s freedom and life. Captivity is not only taking away and damaging these animals mental and physical health, it is also…

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    The Reclamation of the Feminine in Fin de Siècle Splendor Although removing gender markers from culture may appear progressive and egalitarian, the defeminization of women in China during the Cultural Revolution suppressed gender expression altogether, and created an oppressive and regressive gender sameness instead. Defeminization, by removing the feminine characteristics from gender, created a population that was masculine by default, thus characterizing femininity as expendable and…

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    Dolphin Hunting Methods

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    are known to be social creatures and prefer to live in pods or groups (Marine Mammal Center). The socialness of dolphins plays a big role in their ability to hunt as pods, which is favored by dolphins. Anatomy There are a few parts of dolphins’ anatomy that must be clarified. The end of a dolphin 's tail should be referred to as their flukes. The formal definition of the flukes are the triangular flippers at the end of the tail. A dolphin’s upper fin is the dorsal fin, which is the most easily…

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    visual cues, the audio track is something that ties the film together and brings it to a whole new level of depth. Without audio, the New York Times op-doc “Climbing the Shark’s Fin” would not evoke the sense of emotion that it does. Filmmaker and wife of one of the subjects, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi creates a sense of adventure for the audience. Using narration and dialogue, Vasarhelyi draws emotion out of the audience to encourage people to both take and embrace risk. According to…

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    Fin 511 Week 1 Assignment

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    CHARLES STURT UNIVERSITY SYDNEY DARLINGHURST CAMPUS LEVEL 1, 63 OXFORD STREET DARLIGHURST NSW 2010 AUSTRALIA ASSIGNMENT ON ECONOMICS FOR BUSINESS 511 SUBMITTED TO KARUNAGARAN MADHAVAN SUBMITTED BY RUJALA SHRESTHA STUDENT ID : 11640342 5th AUGUST ,2017 Question 1 The objective of producer is to produce the goods and services and supply to the customers in an appropriate price which is determined through price elasticity of the demand of the product. The producer is interested in price…

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