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    “This court has determined regardless of supposed good intentions, Captain Wallace, you did aid in the death of Admiral Hawthorne by restraining the use of his arm,” Admiral ‘Round’ said, or so I referred to him. His girth surpassed his height so much so that he found need to stretch his arms and roll forward to reach the desk in front of him. “Therefore, you will be removed from service in the Royal Navy and no longer receive benefits associated with a member there of.” There were a number of gasps of surprise and several cheers at the reading of the verdict. The court room, normally minimally occupied for such a proceeding was filled to crushing capacity due to the sensationalist nature of the case. I, however, was more entertained by the floating particles of dust caught in the beams of sunlight shining through the chambers’ window.…

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    Non Military Influence

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    Despite multiple subjects taking some time to develop or even be accepted, they still happened. Without the Nay’s contribution to commerce and ending the slave trade it is very much possible that the American people would not have such a large array of overseas trading partners. Also, there would be larger losses of life and property to pirates all over the world without the naval fleets being stationed in various locations. The Army has made contribution to public health and safety that has…

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    Both bodies are meant to give off a strong and youthful vibe. The sculptor stylized the rigid body of the pharaoh to show strength and power. Mycerinus’ shoulders are extremely broad and rigid, on either side of his body his arms lay evenly straight against his body. His arm muscles are clearly indented at the varying muscles and creases. The shoulder muscles bulge out sideways, while the elbow crease is clearly marked. Mycerinus hands are tightly clenched against his body, while his bottom…

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    Nursing: A Short Story

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    to feel the burning eyes of the various doctors in the room watching me, but the sight of the syringe with a large needle in the short grumpy old nurses hand makes me feel very unsettled. "You will only feel a slight pinch in your arm okay." Said the nurse while she grabs my upper arm and tries to find the dot she drew on my arm earlier camouflaged in the faint freckles up and down my arm. I take a deep breath as she brings the syringe , filled with the "magical" bring purple serum, closer and…

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    Linear Trauma

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    This paper introduces the portion of the lower arm called the forearm. The two bones contained within the forearm are described in detail, briefly mentioning their relation to one another. The relevant names and descriptions are depicted of the common bone breaks, dislocations, and the process of acquiring radiographic images in order to identify such forearm trauma. It is pertinent to always get a little more than just the injured bone in the x-ray to rule out something significant just past…

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    Before the first fleet Australia was a place where indigenous people called home. They would hunt and gather with no care, that was until the first fleet arrived in Botany Bay. When the first fleet of convicts arrived they took over all the indigenous people's land to make farms and to build towns. Life was difficult for some people but for others they did very well. After the first fleet of convicts came, people chose to come because they wanted to, they were called free settlers, then followed…

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    food to be unpalatable and unfit for consumption. In 1728, Robert Castell was an architect who found himself imprisoned at the Fleet Prison under the watchful eye of keeper Thomas Bambridge. Refusing to pay higher gaoler fees to the warden, Castell was forced to share quarters with an inmate who was infected with smallpox. Castell was subsequently infected and died as result, one month later. Later, Bambridge would find himself charged and tried for Castell’s murder. James Oglethorpe,…

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    Battle Of Tsushima War

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    During this time, Japan attempted to negotiate with Russia. This was in an attempt to recognize Russia with autonomy in Manchuria as long as Russia accepted Japan’s control of Korea. The negotiations eventually collapsed, so when Russian business interests extended into the Korean court, the Japanese felt they had no choice but to strike (Citino, 2012). On February 8, 1904, Japanese navy launched a surprise attack on the Russian fleet outside Port Arthur in Manchuria, and began landing troops…

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    Redemption, is the act of making up for; making amends for or offsetting. Redemption is often looked at as a strong theme throughout many novels across the world. Three novels redemption finds its place in are The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, My Antonia by Willa Carther, and A Farewell To Arms by Ernest Hemingway. Each of these novels, in one way or another are considered stories of redemption. These three novels show the theme of redemption through strong character situations and…

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    bones that were placed before they were born. Punishment by death is also seen through the use of symbolism. Before Montresor takes Fortunato to his home Montresor puts on “a mask of black silk, and drawing a roquelaure” (685) The black mask and roquelaure (winter coat) are a symbol of the grim reaper. The grim reaper symbolizes death so by Montresor dressing like the grim reaper one could see that he is death himself ready to take Fortunato’s life. Another symbol seen in the story is the coat…

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