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  • Art Appreciation: The Miner By Elizabeth Biesiot

    Art Appreciation FA2330 Written Assignment Houghton’s The Miner The Miner (1979) is a bronze statue by Elizabeth Biesiot in the city of Houghton, Its body is of bronze and its base is of stone: the Miner’s left hand takes a pickaxe. The right hand, take a barrel. Also on his head with a miner 's hat. The miner statue reflects the history of the Houghton city. In the other side, it does the same thing as the Vietnam War Memorial: the miners do a good job of the art should do: It not only reflects the benefits that the miners bring to their family. At the same time reflects if the miners met mine, or when they are in danger. Their Family feelings. When people see the miner 's statue, they will think of many historical events. I think this statue…

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  • Social Criticism In Red Oleanders By Rabindranath Tagore

    Abstract: The play “Red Oleanders” is first written in Bengali language under the title “RaktaKarabhi”. Tagore conveys the message that the Utilitarian approach and vast industrialization throughout the world would resulting in diminishing human compassion and cause Ecological Imbalance.So he used characters as a metaphor of human instincts such as greed, power, envy, love, trust, and sacrifice. The play Red oleanders is a One-act play which follows the Aristotle’s rules. He fallow’s three…

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  • Essay On Miner Culture

    industry, one must look at its roots; from ancient times, gold, silver, copper, coal, and other valuable items have been mined. Described as pioneers and often a subset of culture, miners developed a distinctive ethos, which defined them and was passed down from generation to generation. This principle of miner brotherhood dictated acceptable practices including: the labor-intensive day-to-day functions, the risks associated with carving into nature, and the recompense for a hard days work. A…

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  • Coal Miners Suicide

    Participants The coal miners of Rampur colliery, Odisha, India were recruited as study participants. The study sample consisted of 81 non-smoking male coal miners in the age range 36 to 60 years. Of 279 coal miners screened, 162 failed at least one exclusion criterion; another 36 refused informed consent for the investigation; 81 signed up for the trial, but after 9 further dropouts, final data were only available for 72 [Figure 1]. Inclusion criteria Coal miners (male), non smokers, aged 36…

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  • The Devil's Miner Culture

    Before going into this class, I always thought culture was just part of your background and you grew up with it. I saw it as something that had to do with your family history. Which, in a way it does, but that 's not what culture is all about. I always love learning more about other cultures and other people in general. Culture is not only a part of your family background, but impacts your point of view and how you see things. It also can change how we see the world which is exactly what this…

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  • SAS Enterprise Miner

    Problem definition There is a local Chinese commercial bank which named Bank of Chengdu provide loans to public. This bank has already provided thousands of loan services in the past several years. However, in the tax relief reasons, the bank has responded positively to the call of the province government, providing loans with lower interest to the low-income people. This led to a high default rate. About 31% of those people who apply for loans are in arrears. Therefore, there are some problems…

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  • Miner Shack Research Paper

    Dakota School of Mines and Technology’s convenience store, Miner Shack, does not provide students with healthy snacks or meal choices. The Miner Shack is an on campus store that sells food after dining hours. For students who did not or could not fit the campus’ dining hours into their busy schedules, the Miner Shack is their only on campus meal option. The problem students’ face with the…

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  • My Greatest Contributions And Accomplishments In Education

    III. Professional Biography (two double-spaced pages) A. What factors influenced you to become a teacher? Describe your greatest contributions and accomplishments in education. My mother always alleged I became a teacher because I loved to chat, but more than that I loved to share. As always, my mother was correct. She believed in me, as well as numerous Tyler ISD teachers (TJ Austin, Bell, Moore, and Robert E. Lee) who educated me well and for this I will be grateful! It is my longing to…

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  • Mother Jones: The Miners Angel

    To be introduced; the viewpoints of the life events of Mary Harris (Mother) Jones perceived by Simon Cordery in the biography “Mother Jones; Raising Cain and Consciousness,” and by Dale Fetherling in his biography “Mother Jones; The Miners’ Angel.” Each biography makes the argument that Mother Jones was a passionate woman. Cordery introduces her timeline by starting with her death. It is clear he felt the need to establish her legacy and level of importance to history before going into depth…

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  • Body Ritual By Miner Sociological Perspective

    Our culture defines us at a young age and it is engrained within us without choice. With the help of understanding this and evaluating how this affects our perceptions of other cultures, we can also understand how other cultures look at us as well. The writing Body Ritual by Miner puts into perspective of how we view our culture or how other cultures may view ours. There are different practices and rituals that can seem odd and our norms dictate and affect our understanding of them. We can…

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