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  • Nutrition Essay: Super Size Me

    Super Size Me After watching Super Size Me it 's made me think twice about my diet, and how much good fat as well as bad fat I am consuming. The largest contributor to the obesity epidemic is fast food. When the FDA evaluates the growing number of obese people in the United States the finger is pointed at the fast food restaurants, such as McDonalds, Burger King, Wendy 's, etc... The epidemic is so severe over 60 % of all Americans are either overweight or obese, now thats a lot of people.…

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  • Beta's Unicameral Congress: Case Study

    Atlantis the necessary speed to solve its foreign affair problems. A unicameral congress will also force legislators to be held more accountable (Gump & Woodworth, 21). In a unicameral congress, it is impossible for legislators to pass blame onto other houses or to different people. Additionally, my plan allows for Beta to have more power in the legislature. Currently, Beta has a young population, indicating a populous less likely to participate in politics (File, 5). A unicameral congress…

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  • The Joys Of Buying A Home

    Buying a home is the largest and most important decision you will make. There are details to consider - such as what type of house, size, how much property, the area - and even the traffic patterns surrounding any potential home you might consider. If you are thinking about buying a home but don 't necessarily want all of the upkeep, a townhouse might be the right choice for you. With a townhouse, your space is your own. You can enjoy owning your own home without the upkeep and bother. When…

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  • Camera Techniques In Wizard Of Oz

    Dorothy’s house in comparison to Munchkinland as it takes up the entire left third. This gives the audience perspective on how huge the house is in relation to Munchkinland. Without the emphasis on the rule of thirds, it would be challenging for the audience to appreciate that in Oz, size is one of the things that are vastly different from Kansas. The next shot reveals the enormous land while also showing that in Munchkinland everything is in miniature. The buildings become more relative in…

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  • Jesse Grant Wood Analysis

    “Oh right….Well, did you know that Grant Wood came across this house in August of 1930 on a car ride which he was very mesmerized by the Gothic style of the house. He then started painting the house on a piece of cardboard. In his very first sketch, he drew male and female figures, with the man actually holding a rake. By doing this, it almost portrays a certain status that was held in society at that time. “ Anna “Wow. Impressive.” Jesse “ Yeah…the people painted are not even farmers. The man…

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  • Colonial Houses In Colonial America

    In the south as the colonies grew wealthy landowners started building large farms called plantations. In the houses, there were many rooms including a separate living room and dining room. By this time they had glass windows, multiple fireplaces, and plenty of furniture. Lots of their houses were built in a style that reflected the architecture of the owner's homeland. There were german, dutch, Spanish, and English colonial styles built in many different regions. The log cabins were a…

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  • Big College Vs Small College Decision Analysis

    from a great one. One of the fundamental decisions a student must make is the choice between a large or small college. Although a lot of the time this decision is made one a case by case basis as different student with different majors have different needs. Although the elemental details like class content, degree receival, and extracurriculars exist in both lifestyles other things such as class sizes, major options, and sports could have a legion of variability…

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  • Celina's Lesbian Love Story

    According to Statistics Canada, an estimated 346,000 adults self identified as lesbian, gay or bisexual, altogether taking up 1.9% of overall Canadians aged 18 to 59 (Statistics Canada, 2015). Due to family and social pressures, a large number of homosexual people choose to hide and camouflage themselves. Although Canada decriminalized homosexual acts since 1969, lesbian and gay groups are still not widely accepted by mainstream population in our society (The Canadian Press,…

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  • Essay About Chickasaw Culture

    museum, village replica, restaurant, and art gallery. After visiting the center, I learned more about the Chickasaw people’s history, the way they lived, and the foods they ate. When I first arrived at the center, I was amazed at the open space and the large pond near the entrance. I was able to easily find the museum and check-in. Outside there was a monument that represented the leaning pole. The leaning pole is a representation of how the Chickasaw people found their eastern lands. There was…

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  • Cloud Computing Essay

    Increasingly, small to mid size entities (SMEs) are reducing large portions of their Information Technology (IT) teams to adopt cloud computing architectures. They are moving away from traditional in house computing and opting for Software as a Service (SaaS) and the other categories of cloud based computing as a replacement. Organizations seek cost benefits, technical agility, process specialization, and the shifting of governance tasks and responsibilities. They look to be more nimble and…

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