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    Introduction Almost all of us have experienced it — slowly driving bumper-to-bumper in downtown Hamilton while seemingly going nowhere, as you drive over pothole after pothole, simultaneously wondering how roads terrible these broken old roads are for your car, and why would you ever put yourself through this. And now onto the next problem: where on earth are you going to park! It is true, that current transportation in Hamilton makes it extremely difficult to get around the city, especially in the downtown area. Furthermore, the roads we do have are extremely rundown and in need of repair. This can be seen through CAA’s ‘worst roads’ campaign, as Burlington Street East ranks as the sixth worst road in all of Ontario. It is clear that the city…

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    Kurapika had no idea how long he lay in Leorio’s arms, winded and trembly, listening to the soft whir of the ceiling fan overhead. It couldn’t possibly have been for more than a minute or two — and yet, to him, it was as if a probable eternity had passed, and in that eternity Leorio had shown him that there were stars lurking just behind his eyelids. Kurapika propped himself up on one elbow, a little alarmed by how tired he was, and raked his sweaty bangs off his face with a strengthless hand.…

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    Routine Subsistence Tasks Of The Neolithic

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    doing things. Another way would be to increase food productivity by farming more efficiently. Better preparation of the soil would help increase the yield of a crop, and deeper digging and turning of the soil is part of soil improvement. The digging stick developed into a hoe with a cutting edge, and the hoe evolved into a plough, which dug a deeper and continuous furrow. Even a simple plough was nearly impossible for one person to manage. Working a plough required two people, one to pull, and…

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    Whispers Estate Essay

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    people and ghost hunters personal paranormal encounters that are reserved for those kindred spirits that find intense hauntings a truly amazing experience. Built in 1899 as a family home for Dr. John and his wife, Jessie Gibbons. The doctor used the house as his office, working and operating his practice on the first floor, offering inquiring minds a unique and colorful history of life and death, making the Whispers Estate the perfect target where the walking dead are concerned. Once opened to…

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    that they’d pay you $100 to give up your current lifestyle and return to a hunter-gatherer lifestyle, would you do it? What about for $1,000? Would you still do it for no money at all, but with the knowledge that it would give you a better life? I would. My family would think me to be crazy. In fact, most Americans and Europeans would think that I was crazy, too. As stated in the passage Agriculture, for Better and Worse by Jared Diamond, they would think that I was crazy because “most people in…

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    Spirit Club Experience

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    Since Hunter was a player on the football team I was left to man the crowd at home games myself. I always recruited some help but it was a tiring job running up and down the bleachers all night trying to direct the crowd to cheer. Due to our football team being extremely sub par football games made it hard to keep the fan section into it. Volleyball games were a different story, the team was good. Due to the great team we had it led to a great fan section. The fan section always got wild in the…

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    of it. This section of the show also will typically use evocative images and sounds. The next section typically involves the ghost hunting team will usually explore the location during the day. The setting is usually but not always in historical locations e.g. like a mansion, house, building, theatre, graveyard, railway yard etc. The haunt location can be rural and remote or it can be within a suburban area. The ghost character’s presence usually means it has unfinished business, whether it be…

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    The Worst Mistake

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    opposite. He suggests that the human race’s transition from bands of hunter-gatherers to societies based on farming was a terrible error, and one that we have yet to recover from. He bases his argument on two major claims. [...] The first is that the diets of the young farming societies were worse than those of the hunter-gatherers, thus leading to less healthy, and therefore lower quality, lives. Furthermore, Diamond posits that the various inequities in our society, such as sexual and…

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    In 1971, Elia Kazan told Movie magazine regarding the process of adapting Tennessee Williams’ play A Streetcar Named Desire, that: “I took the script of the play, and I just made the play. And that’s all I did.” Discuss whether the adaptation was as simple as Kazan makes it seem through a careful analysis of both the play and film of A Streetcar Named Desire. Adapting a text to film is a difficult task for any screenwriter. There are many challenges that must be overcome, including limitations…

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    Police Procedural Analysis

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    This assignment will discuss how victims are placed at the centre of attention in police procedurals, and the theories used to assist these shows in helping them to put emphasis on the victims being the most important after a crime has taken place. A police procedural is a subgenre of detective fiction which attempts to convincingly illustrate the activities of a police force as they investigate crime. Over the years these procedurals have become more prominent and the most watched shows on TV,…

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