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    world, but revealing the educational requirements, travel opportunities, job advancements and salary will want to make anyone become an architect. The educational requirements for architect rely from either a bachelor’s degree or a two or five year educational program. “High school seniors may consider entering a Bachelor of Architecture program to complete a 5 year undergraduate degree” (www.study.com). A regular degree in architecture is four years. But most people have chosen an extra year of study to become more than just a pro at architecture, and create more experience to become a fully-trained architect. For those college graduates that only attended the four year and did not complete the five year program, they will enroll in a professional Master of Architecture Program. Of course students may have taken some courses in the M.Arch. Program, therefor would receive credit and will not have to retake the courses. “Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) programs are catered towards students with no previous educational back ground in architecture” (www.study.com). The program helps and strongly focuses on the student with no experience of architecture work. Providing massive time and work with their peers, increasing their knowledge and they can really recognize the meaning and the real life of an architect. After a good period of time, each student will have recognized, and have gained knowledge and increase their experience to begin their career as an architect. Many…

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    Many Lives, Many Masters by Brian Weiss M.D. is a persuasive documentation of reincarnation, the past-life, and the afterlife. This book recounts the true story of the author, Brian Weiss, and his experience with reincarnation. He is a prominent American psychiatrist who is married and has two children. He heals his young patient, Catherine, with past-life therapy. In 1966, Brian Weiss graduated Columbia University with a Phi Beta Kappa (Honors), magna cum laude (means "with great praise"). In…

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    The Time I Got Stitches The worst thing that’s happened to me in my life was the time I had to get stitches. It was the summer of 2012. The weather was warm, but the wind was blazing. My cousin and I, who happened to live next door to each other in our old apartments were playing volleyball in the middle of the street, while our family were in the house hanging out. The ball we used was not hard so it could move with the wind. There were another set of apartments which everyone called the…

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    Slavery In Segu

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    Even though the master tried to denied that it was their child you can tell by their skin tone. In Sira’s case which she is the mother of Siga, due to the fact that Dousika got horny when he’d seen her. As stated in the story “Siga’s mother was only a captive whom Dousika must have lain with one day, aroused by the tightness of her skirt over her buttock” (p. 30). Which indicates that a slave women was obligated to give up the rights to their bodies, and couldn’t refuse intercourse on an account…

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    Elizabethan Era architecture is often described as elegant, ornate, and exquisite. It was created to be a modernised version of the prominent architecture that came before it. In the beginning of this era, there was little to no design process involved in the construction of a building. Think of it like a painter free-handing a painting. No thinking involved, just his hand holding a paintbrush going along with the flow of his emotions. During the Elizabethan Era, erecting houses used basically…

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    I Want To Become A Doctor

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    There are many instances in my life during which I thought to myself “this is why I want to become a doctor.” However, there are only a few moments where I have thought to myself “this is why I will become a doctor.” Since I was a little girl, I have always wanted to become a doctor. Although I cannot pinpoint the exact time when this idea was born, I can say that it has stuck with me for a majority of my life. While shadowing at hospitals and physical therapy clinics, I always felt that…

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    On behalf of Master Geoffry and Lady Etaine, the cake was gifted to sera Eloren for all to enjoy. Turquoise and green scaled fondant overlayed the butter cream cake to make it look as glittering dragon skin. The underbelly was coated with edible gold leaf and spun sugar wings that were sprinkled with large glittering sugar crystals. When cut, the dragon would expel a puff of smoke through its nose that shocked and amazed the guests. "I 'd also like to thank the many guilds that assisted and…

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    The slave master punishing the slave for every infraction, degrading the humanity of the slave to an almost unrecognizable point. Slaves would often resent the masters who treated them so cruelly. Fitzhugh writes, “the relations of master and slave is one of mutual good will… his [the slave master] whole life is spent in providing for the minutest wants of others, in taking care of them in sickness and in health” (3). Fitzhugh displays a questionable premise. He suggests that because a slave…

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    Being more sensitive when working with children William Carlos Williams is an author and poet that resides in the city of Rutherford and is based in the state of New Jersey. Williams publishes many pieces of poetry and short stories that expose and relate to everyday conditions. His poetry expresses about life and the lives of common people. William’s work is heavily influenced from the years between the 1920’s to 1930’s. One short story Williams writes about is “The Use of Force”. The story…

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    In the short story, “The Use of Force,” there is an ongoing conflict between the doctor and Mathilda the young girl with a sore throat. The doctor is called in by Mathilda’s parents to see if she has a potentially deadly disease known as diphtheria. The young girl Mathilda refuses to let the doctor take a throat culture and the doctor refuses to be manipulated by the young girl. “Authority without wisdom is like a heavy axe without an edge, fitter to bruise than polish,” (Bradstreet). I feel…

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