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    Over time, Hitler expanded his camps and territory by conquering other nations. During the Holocaust, a woman, Chinese, Salvadorian, and Mexican men saved Jewish lives in their own personal acts of heroism. Irene Gut Opdyke, Dr. Feng Shan Ho, Colonel Jose Arturo Castellanos Contreras, and Gilberto Bosques Saldivar are all candidates for the…

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    of the text In My Hands: A Holocaust Rescuer by Irene Gut Opdyke with Jennifer Armstrong changes constantly and many years pass. Overall, she was in the countries: Poland, the Soviet Union, Russia, and Germany. This book was spread out for most of Irene’s life before and during the war. To begin, as a child Irene lived in many different cities in Poland. The first town Irene lived in was a little town called Kozienice. Irene obtained fame in the village when she almost fell into the river but…

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    Opdyke lived all her life in Poland, she was raised in a catholic home and it can be said her life was ‘perfect’ until the Nazis came around. The journey she took from that point forward impacted her whole life forever. At the age of 18 Opdyke was captured by Russian soldiers, when they found her in the Polish underground which at that time was a group that defended their freedom and homeland, what the soldiers did to her and the group she was accompanied with was Terrible and shameless, they…

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    sight is taken very literally in many senses. Not only does Oedipus take everything he sees at face value, but also he goes so far as to literally gouge his eyes out to “unsee” the horrors, which now surround him. For example, he asks “why should I see / whose vision showed me nothing sweet to see” (Sophocles 1334-1335). Here it is evident that physical sight is what has quite literally caused the demise of Oedipus. Sight is directly responsible for the path the story takes and the consequences…

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    the person died, only the fact that he didn’t solve the case in time. Despite of Sherlock’s inferiority and psychotic nature, it can be perceived that he is self-actualized. Sherlock can actually say he is self-actualized and Maslow would agree. Physiologically, he meets his needs. He eats well, sleeps fine, and drinks clean enough water to survival. He stays fairly healthy more or less, has enough clothes to keep him safe from the elements, and has a place to live. Safety, he meets because he…

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    Paras Gupta Professor Huff ENG 236 June 8, 2015 A Scandal in Bohemia Irene Adler is usually a fictional character within the Sherlock Holmes stories. She had been featured within the short history "A Scandal in Bohemia". She is one of the most well- known female characters within the Sherlock Holmes line, despite appearing in just one history, and is generally used as being a romantic curiosity for Holmes throughout derivative functions, though within the story it is made apparent that Holmes is…

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    Role of gut microbiota in therapeutic effect of metabolic disorder Diet has been known to regulate the component of intestinal microbes in animal and human subjects. Many trials tried to find out the interaction between the gut microbiota and its host metabolism. They attempted to modulate the dietary to alter different kinds of classical probiotics such as Lactobacillus and Bifobacterium strains and prebiotic for helping to explore the role of gut microbiota in therapeutic effects of metabolic…

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    The connections made in Ding,et al ,(2010) reinforced a clear understanding of each possible cause of inflammation and the connection of inflammation with high fat diet. Unlike Armougom, et al (2009), the reason of GF mice’s less body fat was stated which provided a clear understanding of the metabolism of less body fat. This information helped in building an explicit comprehension of the research biological mechanism. Ding, et al, (2010) provided beneficial information about the role of…

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    This theory can be further expanded as specific eukaryote cells underwent secondary symbiosis, a process by which the larger host cell engulfs a eukaryote that has previously undergone primary endosymbiosis (McFadden,2001). It is speculated that this phenomenon occurred widely among species,ultimately resulting in the product of many unique and complex organisms present today (McFadden, 2001). Therefore the development and evolution of many species can be attributed to the endosymbiosis between…

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    proven to be due to the bacteriocin producing capacity of the strain because an isogenic non bacteriocin-producing variant of the same strain failed to prevent infection by L. monocytogenes. Furthermore, when the L. monocytogenes strain causing the infection was made immune to the bacteriocin APB118, no protection against the infection was observed12. Three possible mechanisms for the probiotic effect of bacteriocin production in vivo have been proposed. These include the bacteriocin (1) acting…

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