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    It is really easy to blame your financial difficulties on money. Yet what some people forget, is that this medium of exchange allowed us to create what we have today. Without something to use as currency there would be no society. A society consists of a group of people working together to create an orderly community. The creation of which would not be possible if the basic things that humans need are not satisfied. Money helps create stability by setting a certain value on all the commodities we might need in our lives. Since we are no longer worrying about obtaining these necessities, which are readily available to us, we can begin to focus on the more important things in life. While money creates tension through its significance in culture,…

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    Speech #1 Edward R. Murrow, a CBS reporter and war correspondent delivered a report from Buchenwald, Germany on April 16, 1945. He delivered this dialect upon seeing the atrocities committed by the Germans towards the Jews. He addresses the American people, describing the scene he had witnessed at this labor camp, which he found the scene to be so unbelievable that he is rendered speechless many times through out his speech. Murrow’s outrage is so apparent through-out his account, that it is…

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    Videogame’s bad reputation: Disdain for the medium I have seen too many news reports that propose that videogames are a vile, mortifying plague. Videogames are a rather new medium of art and entertainment, and like their predecessors, videogames are the new scapegoat. Certain lobbyists, like the famous Jack Thompson, have argued that videogames are corrupting the youth of America. This, I will argue, is a skewed perception on the medium as a whole, and it is the issue of this paper. I implore…

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    Summary: Polymer

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    full of pieces that didn’t make it into the final composition. Kathy sells her art at juried art festivals and a local boutique, as well as online on her website. She may be new to the medium, but her first festival garnered her a “Judge’s Choice” award. Kathy resides in urban Cleveland, Ohio, where she revels in the fact that she is close to art museums and botanical gardens. She is currently taking metal working classes and will soon start a photography class. She can be found at:…

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    Macbeth’s bloody hands after he had killed King Duncan. The camera shot had a zooming effect to enlighten and put on focus to the hand. Same with the Philip Casson and Rupert Goold films, the camera shot main focus was the blood on Macbeth 's hands. But in Roman Polanski film, it had a medium shot effect. Not only was it focused on Macbeth 's hand, but had focused on Macbeth and Lady Macbeth 's dialogue discussing the murder. In the Philip Casson film, the camera shot had a close- up shot…

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    users to post pictures of themselves in order to obtain likes and retweets from their followers. The positive feedback feeds into the user’s ego like a drug persuading the user to continue to post more. The user can then become so self absorbed with their online persona that it becomes an actual part of them. They begin to use twitter as a real measure of status and self worth. With words such as ‘likes’ and ‘followers’ it is believable that the app could have been specifically designed based…

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    TLC Semi Quantitative Dpph

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    2.5. ANTIOXIDANT STATUS 2.5.1. TLC - Semi Quantitative DPPH Assay 0.2 % DPPH solution in methanol was prepared and kept in the fridge for further use. The grid space was marked with 1.0 cm2 space on an aluminum based TLC sheet (Merck silica gel 60F254) and a stock solution of all the extracts together with the standard were prepared in methanol. A series of dilutions of the stock together with the standard were prepared ranging from 400 µL to 0.01µL for the last dilution. The grid on the TLC…

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    Blood Culture Contamination For the purpose of this research, Archbold Medical Center Laboratory is the place I chose to conduct my research. Blood Culture contamination is a big problem not only at Archbold, but at many hospitals. The problem is not only within the laboratory, but from outside sources also. Although contamination is a problem, it can be easily fixed. Whenever a blood culture is ordered by a physician, we can assume the patient is experiencing some type of bacterial infection…

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    Unknown Bacteria

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    When it derives to contemplating out an unknown bacterial species the whole purpose is to benefit us in order to better understand what this species is capable of. Throughout a general basis of identifying an unknown species we must figure out either it will become a gram-positive or gram-negative type of bacteria and in doing so we must do a gram staining method. This method works because it will direct us to what test we can do next based off either it is negative or positive bacteria, which…

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    example, if I must work with peers, I would use consultation tactic because as a same level of people I can ask and help each other. I can get more ideas and share knowledge with my peers, so working peers are good influence and motivation. Another example, if I want to influence the guy that I have not met before, I would use ingratiation and exchange tactic. Combine these two tactics can be powerful because I can show the guy how much I am interested in with him. If I say “I like your tie and…

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