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    The effects of guilt can be seen at the beginning of the story in regards to the way that individuals in the colony perceive inappropriate actions. By first setting the stage by providing a context in which adultery is viewed as an extremely odious offense, Hawthorne creates an apt world which sets the stage for the rest of the story. As Puritan ideals that emphasize the need to remain accepted in society according to a strict set of values exist, so does the greater potential to be judged harshly for failing to meet these standards. Sin, in regards to exposed social impropriety, can most obviously be seen in the sentencing of the main character, Hester. As she is made to stand in front of the colony and expose her sin to the all relevant members of socially, her physiological state is weakened; “ It would be greatly for the public behoof if we women, being of mature age and church-members in good repute, should have the handling of such malefactresses as this Hester Prynne” (Hawthorne 78). Because of the realization that she is being castigated by society, she is subjected to judgment from other individuals within the colony. This represents the way that sin and guilt can manipulate the individuals by subjecting them to social subjugation. Another interesting, almost paradoxical relationship between authority, guilt and its effects on individuals is Hester 's guilt and involvement in the adultery that grips Dimmesdale. Although Dimmesdale is equally as responsible in…

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    terms or phrases are not proper until they have been accepted into the Oxford English Dictionary. For example, "LOL", an abbreviation that stands for "laugh out loud", has pretty much become a nationally, in some ways internationally, known term. It is even used outside of texting/messaging (where it originated from); many people use "LOL" as a common word in their conversations. This word was entered into the dictionary on March 25th, 2011, but this did not mark the word 's existence, for it…

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    Improper instruction from police When conducting a field sobriety exercise or other test to determine whether an individual is legally intoxicated, an officer is required to give the driver clear and proper instructions beforehand regarding what he or she needs to do for the test to be completed. Similarly, proper instruction is also required while the test is being administered. Failure to do so compromises the validity of the test results, which in turn is likely to cause the judge to rule…

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    To Be or Not to Be: Proper Webster’s dictionary is a tool for survival. How else would one know how to spell autochthonous? Language was invented because communication is vital to our survival. Society could not have developed without a means for its inhabitants to properly communicate with one another. However, there is a battle among the “proper” and the “improper” better known as the Prescriptives and the Descriptives. One group who cringes at the thought of the improper use of the English…

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    Improper on-boarding, heavy workloads and Nancy’s detail have all my challenges in this position. Instead of having the ability to focus on learning organizational culture, becoming social integrated and getting role clarity, which a number of studies connect to employees success, I was thrown in to a multiphase, complex project with (Bauer, Endogan, Bodner, Truxillo, & Tucker, 2007; Chen, 2005; Fu, Shaffer, & Harrison, 2005) . According to these studies, improper onboarding increases the…

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    “Many of our children today suffer from a Learning disability that disables the child from learning how too properly write/read/or speaks. For children with the disability, their peers sometimes be little them making it hard for the child to learn. Improper evaluation has led to the advancement of the disorders in our children. The research I conducted was to see the effects of improper evaluation on children. My research proyed that improper evaluation at schools causes advancement in the…

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    Assignment #1 - Constitution Paper I would fix Bribery and Improper Federalism. 1.Preventing Bribery Via Election Speech I. Any person can express any political opinion. II. Any person may pay to make or promote political speech for, and only for, a candidate or proposition for which they personally are eligible to vote. 2. Reinforcing the 10th Amendment I. The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the…

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    Improper Fishing Problem

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    Fishing has become a problem all over the world because of many reasons. Some of these reasons are due to improper fishing techniques have done damage to the environment, pollution has contaminated fish, and some species of fish and other sea life have been driven to extinction. Fishing in the Atlantic has fallen into very tough times. This is due to the accumulated chemicals in the environment due to contaminants from pollution and waste in any water source which at the end gets to the…

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    Improper Sports Leadership

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    This project focuses on figures in professional sports at all levels, including: coaches, players, general managers and owners. The project seeks to understand the importance of leadership as well as proper and improper things leaders do in the hospitality industry. This will be important so I can become a better leader and help grow our industry. The Business of Sports is a multi-billion dollar global industry fueled by enormous consumer demand. The growth in sports closely follows…

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    The patient has been diagnosed with a malfunctioning penile implant. He had an inflatable implant inserted three years prior to this surgery. It malfunctioned because either the balloon or reservoir was leaking fluid. The fluid leak can occur in any part of the prosthesis, this type of complication could occur following surgery. This can be due to improper implantation of the prosthesis or a defect in the product. This will require that the implant be replaced by the surgeon. Improper…

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