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  • Henry Clay's Contribution To The Industrial Revolution

    Born on April 12, 1777, Henry Clay was a devoted nationalist.. He was very influential in the United States sectional conflict, economic prosperity, and development of its infrastructure. When Clay was 4 years old, his father died and he was considered an orphan, even though his mother did not die until 1829. Clay only had three years of formal education, yet the Virginian still became a lawyer by self educating himself. At the age of 20 years, Clay migrated to Kentucky to begin his career as a lawyer. Clay’s popularity in the state was further established when he married Lucretia Hart, daughter of a wealthy Kentuckian businessman, in 1799. In 1803, Clay began his political career by getting elected into the Kentucky General Assembly. Clay appealed to Kentucky voters with his Jeffersonian politics. Such as, he pushing for a liberalization of the state’s constitution and that he opposing the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798. At the same time, Clay’s law career brought success. One of his clients was Aaron Burr, whom Clay represented in 1806. Also in 1806, Clay was appointed to the U.S. Senate, at 29 years of age(a year shy of the age requirement). Five years later, in 1811 Clay was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives and eventually became the Speaker of the House. When the War of 1812 occurred, it was crucial in proving America’s independence from England, because America wanted to prove that they could be economically independent. It also acted as a catalyst to…

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  • Pairwise Combination Strategy And Constraints Strategy

    Mushroom (Mu) 2 Small 2 Now, based on parameter value index, these constraints was input as {0:0:x, 0:1:x,1:2:x} where ‘x’ is ‘do not care’ value. That means, ‘x’ represent every possible value for the parameter. CBPTT split this input to achieve result as First constraint: 0:0:x Second constraint: 0:1:x Third constraint: 1:2:x Then, these constraints were divided by colon. After that, each value was combined in pair based on parameter pair to produce result as shown in Table 3.7. Table 3.7…

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  • Alyson Noel Character Analysis

    This just in: Madison Brooks Murdered! Reporters all around flock to Hollywood to capturing this gut wrenching story. It seems as if A-list celebrity, Madison brooks, a girl that came to us with nothing, left this world with a bang, oh so it seems. With a blood drench dress, and a no alibi, Aster Amirpour is the number one (and only suspect). All Aster wanted was to become famous, to see herself and Madison as equals in their A-list world. But after publicly being seen on Madison’s (well now ex)…

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  • Sibbion Vivian The List Analysis

    The list approach paper Summary paragraph The list by sibbion Vivian is an interesting book. It was a tradition at Mount Washington high every year on the last Monday in September a list would get posted. The list would have the names of the prettiest and ugliest girls out of each grade level. No one know who the person was that would make the list so if you didn’t like it there was nothing you could do about it. The list follows the eight girls until homecoming. The list effects everyone…

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  • Polar Plunge Research Paper

    I remember each of them as if they were yesterday, the polar plunge Jack, Flynn, and I did barely a week after I made the list. Being the first week of March in the Midwest we froze our assess off. I immediately regretted showing Jack my list at that point. He saw polar plunge and immediately signed us up for the senior plunge. I swear, who ever thought jumping into a lake in freezing temperatures was absolutely positively insane, and the fact that we have kept this tradition for so many years…

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  • The Color Purple And Schindler's List

    less power. Spielberg shows this theme gradually in the movies The Color Purple and Schindler’s List. He shows the relationships between the characters of different statuses through character development, major events, and the influence of characters on other characters. Character development filmed in The Color Purple and Schindler’s List show the audience a clear sense of a difference in authority. In the film The Color Purple, Spielberg introduces Celie as the minority to Mister; who is…

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  • Film Techniques Used In Schindler's List

    Name: ANG, Jose Mari P. Title of Film: Schindler’s list 1. Summarize the film. The film is about a German businessman named Oskar Schindler, who dreams of making it big in Poland. Although at first his goal was to make money, after witnessing the massacre of Jews by the Nazis his goal shifted to saving as many Jews as he can. Schindler continued to operate his owned factory as a means to protect and house the Jews under him, even bribing high ranking officials for his goals. The war ended…

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  • Banning Books Should Not Be Taught In Schools Essay

    Parents, schools, and teachers have the responsibility to teach their children from what is morally right and wrong. Though some parents or schools banned books to prevent negative influences on their child. This issue has impacted students that they won’t be able to read great books and learn about realistic issues that happens. They won’t be able to create an ideal thinking of their own and creativity. Having literature is part of a growing children 's minds and to explore. It is not meant to…

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  • Schindler's List Film Analysis

    Schindler 's List (Steven Spielberg, 1993) is perhaps one of the greatest films in the late twentieth-century cinema. It encapsulates the brutality of the Holocaust as it evokes memories of atrocities of the World War II and a sense of inability to save innocent people. The film is shot in monochrome as Spielberg thinks it is more "realistic" and “closer to [a] documentary” of that time (Shandler 156). According to Jeremy Maron, Schindler 's List should primarily be understood as a melodrama; a…

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  • Schindler's List Theme

    The film Schindler’s list is set during WWII, and focuses on the horrible atrocities that happened to the Jews. I found it remarkable that the film was not portrayed from neither a German Nazi view, nor Jewish view. Schindler’s list shows the viewer the horror of the war and the suffering of those involved. The movie is based on Oskar Schindler’s role in saving 1.200 Jews during the war. At the start of the movie, Schindler was a member of the Nazi party and was only in Germany for one thing,…

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