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    United States.1 The most common surgical indications are recurrent upper respiratory infections and sleep apnea caused by airway obstruction.1 After the 1970s, indications of surgical necessity have gone from being associated with infections to being more commonly caused by upper airway obstruction.2 Tonsillectomies are usually performed in an outpatient setting, and patients are discharged a few hours after the procedure. The reported list of possible postoperative complications include adverse effects of anesthesia, pain, bleeding, dehydration, burn injuries,…

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    Masks In Native American Culture

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    There are three kinds of masks, the single face mask, the mechanical mask, and the transformation mask. The single face mask is a single piece of wood. A mechanical mask is built with strings or hinges (after Europeans), which might allow a mask to open and close it~s mouth or eyes. The transformation mask is the most complex kind of mask. It consists of an outer mask that opens up to reveal an inner mask form, which might also open up to reveal a third mask form! Transformations masks are…

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    Kenneth Gergen makes it really clear that he does not support the assumption that a person develops one coherent identity in the article, "In Defense of Masks." Although psychologists say it is normal, Gergen mentions the opposite, "they may experience severe emotional distress" (196). The use of multiple identities represented by masks is used, because people seek approval from others and Gergen supports this idea with how different relationships causes one to learn more about themselves. I…

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    Mask Observation Report

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    After VW I ended, I was on a roll! Using the open mic had been going awesome! Excitement about using the mask was followed by a bit of anxiety. Initially, I was under the impression that getting used to and adapting to the mask would be easy. It was with great ease I was able to set up the mask with my laptop and DNS. One of the 1st things I dictated was my Week 1 discussion post. The mask was working well with Dragon and seemed to be hearing me. One of the 1st obvious challenges that I…

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    Masks of Chaos and Evil “He was safe from shame or self-consciousness behind the mask of his paint and could look at each of them in turns.” (140) Throughout the course of the novel, it is apparent how the characters change from young innocent boys into murderous savages while stranded on an isolated island. These boys are no older than 14, but everyone, no matter how young, has an inner beast. Some people, like the boys in the novel, allow that beast inside to temporarily come out when they…

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    Mask Vs Masquerade

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    The African mask has appeared in various forms and has been adapted in countless ways in Western art as a typification of ceremonial masquerade. In the 2016 Brooklyn Museum exhibition titled Disguise: Masks and Global African Art, twenty-five contemporary artists attempted to bridge the gap between mask and masquerade by both historically contextualizing and re-creating the part that the African mask and masquerade play today. The Helmet Mask (Gbetu) with Raffia Costume was created during the…

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    From comic book heroes to the ordinary teacher, masks have been a part of our life, whether we are traveling through the worlds of Marvel or just searching for evidence about who we truly are. Kenneth Gergen in his essay, “The Defense of Masks,” talks about the necessities that forces people to employ masks which will tend to hide their true identity. Things such as being with those you are comfortable with or being in front of the chairmen for an important business firm demonstrate that…

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    have a few more non speaking were also allowed to perform on the stage. This became the Greek chorus and became a very active part of Greek theatre as it helped the audience understand what was happening in the play more. Commedia dell'arte Commedia dell’arte is a type of theatre which mainly uses masks. It began in Italy in the 16th century and was responsible for improvised performances based on sketches or scenarios. A stock character is a stereotypical person who the audience readily…

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    Frantz Fanon Mask

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    only think of others, what they think about us. A mask it's something that gives you comfort, which you can be yourself otherwise to fit in the environment. Mask are good things because it keeps us safe and stable. If we didn't have a mask we wouldn't know how to control ourselves. My mask keep me safe, you help me focus with things around me. My mask show energy, sometime shyness it depends who I'm with, otherwise professional. I wear a mask because it's the right thing to do, the reason why…

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    cover, or in this case, a mask, to conceal their true purpose. A famous actor and comedian, Robin Williams, can be suspected of wearing a mask to camouflage his depression. In the NBA, Donald Sterling, can also be suspected of wearing a mask to camouflage his racism. A well known singer, R. Kelly, would leave one to question if he was wearing a mask to harbor his vulgar character. All of these men can perhaps…

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