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    Metacommunication Analysis

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    be on time because I am usually late to ultimate Frisbee. The second way that I viewed it that he was warning me not to be late but I did not take it that way because his tone of voice did not sound threatening when he was speaking to me. The third way I took this statement was that he did not trust me to because he doubted my dependability for being on time without him reminding me. The second situation was when I was playing ultimate Frisbee later that day and one of my teammates told me, “Zac, after the throw off, pick up the disc, do a pump fake, and then throw the disc deep to me.” The original intent of my teammate’s statement was for me to throw the disc to him but because of metacommunication, I took it different ways too. The first way that I interpreted his statement was that he believed in my ability to be able to fool the defender with my pump fake, and my ability to throw the disc a far and accurately so he would be able to catch the disc down the field. The…

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    Frisbee Business Model

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    Having two captains and a treasurer works best for the team, they make most of the important decisions for example: how practices are run. They set up the difficult parts of the group like explaining how Ultimate Frisbee is played, which helps newcomers understand what is to become of them throughout the year then, during games connections are being made between practice and a real game. Informality is key in the team, not making practices formally, makes it easier to be teammates and to…

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    The Cathedral of Santa Maria Annunziata is the most important Catholic place of worship in the city of Otranto. The cathedral, built on the ruins of a village, a Roman domus, and an Early Christian temple, was founded in 1068 by the Norman bishop William. It is a synthesis of different architectural styles including Byzantine, Christian, and Romanesque. It was consecrated on 1 August 1088 during the reign of Pope Urban II from the papal legate Roffredo, archbishop of Benevento. In August 1480,…

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    The buildings of the Italian Cisternians consisted of a central hall for the crowds to gather, side aisles, and apse. With rectilinear forms challenge the French architecture, also with small windows, one example is the magnificent, Basilica of San Francisco, located in Assisi. The fresco painting on the walls was also an important characteristic of this period. Also, its desire to evoke the Franciscan connection with poverty influenced the architecture. Simply but magnificent is the definition…

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    Have you ever seen something so beautiful that gives you chills all over your body? Or feeling safe when little bit of sun can protect us from the evil darkness that lies around us? For example stepping into a church with such great lighting coming through the inside, while the sun hits the windows from the outside. During Gothic period and the Renaissance the stained glass windows was one of the best technique in Gothic Cathedrals. It has the most beautiful and inspiring stained glass windows…

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    This painting is composed of three panels picturing different scenes of the New Testament: The Annunciation, The Adoration of Shepherds and the Flight into Egypt. The left and central panels depict the subjects in what seems to be a Gothic Temple. This is not a surprising characteristic due to the tradition in Northern Renaissance paintings illustrate characters from the Bible in a contemporary earthly environment that is known by the artist. This can be perceived in the scenery he set the…

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    Middle Ages The period of history from the fall of Rome to the Renaissance, people do not know whether to call it the Dark Ages or the Middle Ages. This period of time should be called the Middle Ages. This period should be known as the Middle Ages because feudalism, a unique and useful form of social organization, was created during this time. Each social class did something and got something in return. According to the illustration by Stanley M. Burstein and Richard Shek, “Peasants worked…

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    The Chartres Cathedral and the Nanna Ziggurat are wonderful representatives for their geographical origins. The Chartres Cathedral, found on page 360 in the textbook, is a masterful example of Gothic architecture. The Nanna Ziggurat, found on page 324 of the textbook, is a simply designed geometric structure, created before complex architecture classifications. Both the Chartres Cathedral and Nanna Ziggurat contrast visually and structurally. While they ostensibly differ, in truth, the Chartres…

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    It was a circular object of unknown diameter, reflecting light at the telescopes, and made of some sort of steel. Suddenly, the object crashed into a desolate field of grass. The city was shaken and then went back to normal. Everyone was in awe. In Quentin’s Movie House, you could hear the cries of “Invaders!” “Martians!” “Flying Saucer!” Everyone dashed to their cars to drive to the field. At the observatory, Mr. Werner dashed to the telephone and called the army. “Bring in the tanks! We have…

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    Albrecht Dürer Analysis

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    Image Analysis “And then I saw another mighty angel come down from heaven, clothed with a cloud,” an engraving etched by Albrecht Dürer in 1498, depicts an angel, covered in a cloud, descending from the heavens, with one pillar-like foot on the land and one on the sea. The angel is almost comically shoving a scroll into the mouth of a man sitting on shore. Behind the angel in the ocean, there is a sea monster, two geese, and a few boats. The angel has one hand on the book and one pointing…

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