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    Melanie, Violet, Summer, Mark, Travis, Justin and myself, America, have been friends since freshmen year at Guelph University in Guelph Ontario, Canada. Every year we promised each other that we’d go away for reading week, but as the years went on none of us had the time or energy or money to go anywhere, we all just wanted to stay local, and sleep in the comfort of our hometown, Guelph. As senior year was approaching and the thought of all of us going our separate ways, we decided that we’d go to Montreal for the week, the number one party city in Canada since the lifestyle is very easygoing and carefree especially among the young crowd. I wasn’t that much of a partier but I figured it would be a good way to de-stress and just enjoy being 23 without having my head stuffed into a book. When the day finally arrived, that we were finally going to get out of Guelph and leave school behind us for a week I was ecstatic. I was finally going to not be surrounded by books and essays and the weird kid who sat beside me in every lecture who continuously asked me for my number and I of course had to deny him every time saying that I didn’t ’t have a phone. One time…

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    Essay On The Guelph Party

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    The Guelphs and Ghibellines were two different political parties in Italy and Germany during the Middle Ages. Guelph is derived from “Welf”, a dynasty of Bavarian German dukes who competed for the imperial throne in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Ghibelline is derived from Waiblingen, the Swabian Hohenstaufen dukes who were the Guelphs’ opponents. The Guelph party was sympathetic towards the papacy and the Ghibelline party was sympathetic towards the Holy Roman Emperor. The animosity…

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    Dove Beauty Campaign

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    • If the video advertisements become popular, we can make more of them and extend the videos to be viewed and made in the city of Guelph. We could then look into having these videos and posters present in public places such as town hall. • If we find our campaign is starting off well, then we can paint the cannon as a way to advertise our project and to get the maximum amount of people talking about ugly produce waste. As a result, we hope people influence each other to make better choices…

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    Guelph Humber Motivation

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    I wish to pursue studies at the University of Guelph Humber because I want to further my knowledge in the field of Psychology. Choosing Guelph Humber was the option that stood out the most to me as I believe that Guelph Humber has the resources needed to help me develop myself so that I may reach the goals I have set for myself. I have always enjoyed the study of human behavior and the physical mind and want to take my passion and turn it into a career by integrating it with my knowledge of the…

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    finding a fellow Florentine in Hell, when Alighieri had nothing personally against them. This sense of attachment between the Ciacco and Dante continues and comes across again when they are discussing the different political groups in Florence, the White Guelphs and the Black Guelphs. Before falling back to the ground, Ciacco mentions “Oh speak my name to the memory of men! Having answered all, I say no more.” In this quote Ciacco is requesting a favor, he asks Dante to “speak my name to the…

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    individual, thinking that a scene architect isn't important to make a garden or outer space. Making a dream in your mind of what you need your space to look like is a certain thing; creating it to be perfectly constructed for a long time usage is another. Landscapers cannot just imagine ideas your yard by looking at it, they know the business and have the correct devices to make the best plan. Few reasons to take benefits of the expertise of a professional for Guelph landscaping are: Increase…

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    In the Ninth Circle of Hell residing in the Second Round, Count Ugolino can be found where those who committed treason against their country are condemned for eternity. Dante sees a sinner gnawing at the head of another sinner. The sinner is revealed to be Count Ugolino and his meal is Archbishop Ruggieri. Count Ugolino explains to Dante why he has ended up in this part of Hell. The readers find out that these two sinners have a past relationship. Count Ugolino is Italian, Dante notices this by…

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    Raffa continues on to further explain that one of the most poignant examples of Dante’s logical interpretation of the concept of exile was through a biblical stance that emphasized, for the damned, “earthly exile continues into the afterlife, where it becomes eternal.” The souls Dante the pilgrim encounters are perpetually experiencing their own exile from God. Whereas Dante the pilgrim, and by extension Dante the author, has the opportunity to repent and repel the sins that lead a soul to…

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    In Dante’s Inferno, Dante Alighieri comes across a groaning tree, as he makes his way through the seventh level of Hell. Dante was introduced to Pier della Vigna, a trusted counselor of Frederick II, in the form of a tree as his punishment. As Dante enters conversation with Pier della Vigna it become clear to the true significance of della Vigna’s contrapasso. As Dante says on the seventh level of Hell, “I am convinced he thought that I believed the groans I heard were issuing from shades who…

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    The Divine Comedy, composed by Dante Alighieri some place around the year 1308 and initially called The Comedy, is generally viewed as one of the preeminent works of Italian writing. It is an epic poem that comprises of three books: Inferno, Purgatory, and Paradise, which chronicle (portray) the experiences of Dante the Pilgrim (an imaginary character embodied by Dante himself) in his goes through Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven. Albeit terrifying on a strict level, on a more noteworthy level it…

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