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  • Drunk Tank Pink Chapter Summary

    more specifically the color blue. Alter explains the calming affects of the color blue, and how the color decreases hostility and crime rate. According to, Adam Alter (2013) “The Police force in Nara Prefecture, Japan, installed a series of 152 blue lights at several crime hot spots. The crime rate fell by an impressive 9…

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  • Influences Of Interior Design

    effects are heat gain or loss as well as glare, but knowing where to place the windows with energy efficient glass can reduce these problems. When deciding where to place windows consider relating the windows to the suns orientation and make sure they are placed on more than one wall to reduce shadows and glare (Weber). The second type, artificial light, is defined as any lighting that is not sunlight. Artificial light is man made and can be turned off unlike natural light. Some examples of…

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  • Marie Curie's Influence On Society

    Marie Curie A glowing particle of radium sat in the dark with all of its pitchblende dirt particle buddies. A sliver of light was let in by the almost shut door, and as the sliver grew bigger, the shadow of a woman appeared on the ground. Marie Curie stepped into her lab, and began to gather the tools she needed. She picked up the little jar of pitchblende and brought it to a workstation and began sifting through it. The footsteps that had been working their way to the door finally reached it…

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  • Analysis Of Equus By Peter Shaffer

    In his play Equus, Peter Shaffer weaves a tapestry of myriad emotions and experiences interlaced with insinuating dark and light undertones The juxtaposition of ‘light’ and ‘dark’ (both literal and metaphorical), often captured by the lighting of the stage, typically serves to accentuate the mood of a scene or the stance of a character. This juxtaposition is redolent of a sense of balance between opposing forces that permeates the play. The lighting also serves to ultimately justify the actions…

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  • Hurry Down Sunshine Character Analysis

    who, “is struck mad.” To any father, this would be devastating and the quick descent visibly takes Sally as she experiences sleepless nights, grandiose, and delusions about everyone being a genius. Sally is also determined to talk in such a way that the words begin to pile up from her thinking so fast that speaking is difficult. The beginning is shown Sally having a psychotic breakdown that resulted in her having to be held down by her parents and her scratching her father’s face. Sally is…

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  • Cornea Research Paper

    1.1 anatomy of the cornea 1.1.1 Anatomy of the Cornea The cornea is important visual part of the eye, it’s a thin dome-shaped oval from the front and circular from behind and covers the front part of the eye which include iris, pupil and anterior chamber. It forms anterior 1\6 of the outer coat of the globe.[1] The sclera and the conjunctiva overlap the cornea more vertically than horizontally. Together with the lens, the cornea refract light, and it is approximately 43 diopters of the total…

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  • The Theme Of Lightness And Darkness In Sonny's Blue By James Baldwin

    darkness as a metaphor to symbolize connections in our everyday life. I disagree with Michael Clark who suggests Baldwin uses all the metaphors to support childhood in the story. The author makes numerous connections with the motif to not only represent childhood, but also every stage of life. Baldwin uses the repeating metaphor of lightness and darkness to represent good and evil, adulthood, and relationships between family members. Baldwin uses lightness and darkness in his story to display…

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  • Essay On The Golden Age Of Islam

    to Ibn Al-Haytham, the accepted principle for optics originated from the Greeks and stated that the eye gives off light itself to produce images of objects . However, Al-Haytham considered situations in the real world that simply didn’t agree with the Greek findings, such as why objects like the moon can’t be illuminated from great distances. Al-Haytham formulated that the eye is instead a receptor of light, and that light is dispersed and diffused in geometric patterns. This is one of the…

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  • Eating Poetry Poem Analysis

    obsession’s desperation for the written word. However, the second stanza signifies a shift in preoccupation, towards the librarian, whom is observed by the speaker as having ‘sad’ eyes, as she finds herself experiencing a tormenting ordeal resulting from the chaos of the library. Corresponding to the shift in the second stanza, there is an establishment of a dark atmosphere progressing within the library as the innocent librarian witnesses an atrocious act committed by a seemingly insane man.…

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  • Pebbles Around A Hole Analysis

    The implied lines of the pebbles helps create the shape. The negative space of the hole is what helps the artist create the circles around it. The pattern is the repetition of the pebbles going around in a circle. The shape helps the rhythm because of the repetition of the pebbles. The predominate light value is balanced between light and dark. The light value transitions are gently modulated. The contrast is created through value and color. The contrast of the dark hole and the white pebbles…

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