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    4.5.4 Pin, Gesture and Password. Similarly to iOS, Android supports a four digits long (from 0 to 4) to gain access to the system. Android gives the opportunity to use a password of variable length, and is able to include numbers, symbols, and letters. Gesture is a pattern between symbols given; It is necessary to repeat the same gesture previously saved to gain access to the system. (Abalenkovs et al. 2012). The use of the PIN access is probably the most extended method to protect the phone…

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    which contributes to a responsibility. We ought to take care of our neighbour. But in the last resort, it can be a too heavy burden to assume. What to do with such a burden and the consequences of it are exactly what the short story “Insignificant Gestures”, written by Jo Cannon in 2007, is about. A story about a doctor returning from Africa. Even though the main character has returned from Africa, the first part of the text is about his experiences back in Africa. As a result, Africa is the…

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    In the novel, Madame Bovary, Flaubert explores hand gestures to establish the nature of the characters and the power of the relationships between the characters. With the description of the character's hands, Flaubert presents Emma and Rodolphe’s personas. Flaubert also foreshadows the character's future actions or their demise and empowerment over others. In Madame Bovary, Flaubert altars hand description and movement to further enhance the story of the Bovary’s. Through the detailed repetition…

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    Just how important is it to use hand gestures to improve your public talk, presentation or sermon? This is one aspect of public speaking that speech trainers frequently ignore. As a result, many people sitting in the audience can find themselves distracted, amused, or even irritated by bad or inappropriate use of gestures. Let me tell you a brief story. Just a few days ago, I was attempting to buy some eggs. A simple enough task. However, I did have a problem. My neighbour, who keeps chickens,…

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    In the story “The Gestures of Grace” Alison Melotti-Cormack is telling us to be calm and accepting of others. In this story she talks about how teachers have to get along with their students and how she doesn't want to be a teacher. She also talks about how to show grace while being a teacher. Lastly, she talks about listening to others and how life builds up your courage and resilience. The author is telling us that teachers need to know the gestures of grace. She also is telling us what…

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    Hand Gesture Authentication: Biometric authentication has the main goal of identifying a user and providing access based on some unique physical characteristic. This is traditionally done by analyzing a person's fingerprint, palm, eye, or even face structure. However a new way of biometric authentication is under development, and may be more accessible than other forms, authentication through hand gestures. The user is identified by the shape and curvature of the hand, hand posture, and…

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    The short story called “Insignificant Gestures”, is written by Jo Cannon and it`s about a doctor that looks back at his time as a district health officer in Africa and he ponders over the choices he made and his time there. The narrator remains unnamed through the story. He used to be a district health officer in Africa at the age of 28, and ten years later when reflects back on his time he has retrained as a psychiatrist. He emphasizes a lot that he isn´t the person he used to be back in…

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    Lee’s A Gesture Life. After getting to know Kkutaeh, one of the comfort women at the military base, Doc Hata falls in “love” with her. When she asks Doc to end her misery by shooting her, he instead pretends they might be able to have a future together even though he knows that it would be near impossible-- for she will most likely die from mistreatment. Even though he thinks he loves her, he fails to let her go, instead causing her to endure a tragic end. Doc Hata lives a life of gestures,…

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    Everyone can suffer, even those who seem to have nothing but strength. In the poem “An Ancient Gesture” by Edna St. Vincent Millay, the speaker compares herself to Penelope, the wife of the great hero Odysseus, and shows that even she felt pain, and that it is not a weakness, but a necessity. The poem compares the two using brief, simple sentences and short comparisons. Rather than use overly drawn out descriptions, Millay instead writes using short sentences and stanzas. Despite the fact that…

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    nonverbally with the gestures and movements that the speaker does. Kinesics includes emblems, affect displays, illustrators, regulators, and adaptors. Emblems are body gestures that translate into words or phrases that the speaker would use verbally. When using emblems, people must be careful because in other cultures gestures differentiate. What may be deemed as respectful and courteous in one area may be viewed as disrespectful and outrageous in another. A common type of gesture used in the…

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