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    method that can be used to for distinguish the Islamic lead-glazed ware from Tang Sancai as well as the Sancai ware from different part of China. For dating the tools which is made of obsidian can be used to date the dates by the hydration dating and the limitation of the origin of it can help with trace back to where did it came from which can be used to interpret the distribution and trade route. Clay for Tang Sancai:…

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    Obsidian can be found in countries where eruptions have occurred such as the United States, Turkey, Scotland, Peru, New Zealand, Mexico, Kenya, Japan, Italy, Iceland, Guatemala, El Salvador, Greece, Georgia, Chile, Canada, Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Argentina. Obsidian is volcanic lava that has cooled and is often referred to as volcanic glass. The name obsidian originated from a Roman named Obsius, a man who discovered a gemstone very similar in nature to obsidian. Its black, glassy, shiny and…

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    Short Story About Obsidian

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    "I would like to point out that you have what appears to be a teenage boy tied up in your basement. I knew I shouldn't come here on the promise of candy!", joked Obsidian as he is currently incapacitated by rope. In response to his comment, he received a glass bottle to his head. "God dammit, doesn't this guy ever shut up?", complained the thug that had recently harmed Obsidian. "Depends... Got a gag anyway?", Obsidian quipped weakly as he was recovering from having a glass bottle break on his…

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    clothes burnt, damaged, and torn, and started digging through the sharp burned metal that kept poking me through my skin but I didn’t care. I dug for twenty minutes until I saw skin at the very bottom, it my parents all right, my dead parents who were filled with metal. I ran, ran as far away as I could , sobbing until there was almost no body fluids left in me. I got to a nearby lake that for some reason looked familiar, I drank the very clean/clear water that tasted amazing. After that I…

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    For paper number two I’ve decided to go with the reputation mechanic in Fallout New Vegas. So what is the reputation mechanic? The reputation in Fallout New Vegas is a measurement of how the different factions in the game world or Mojave Wasteland perceive your character. It is affected by positive and negative actions that affect the faction in question, such as completing quests or killing members, of that faction. Reputation is separated into two categories: Fame and Infamy. Fame is positive…

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    “Soft Obsidian/Slow Decay” reminded my a lot of my brother and made the biggest impact in my life. If you were to see my brother and interact with him, you would never know he was struggling with addiction just like the author of the article. My brother is the sweetest and loving person in the world. He has always done everything in his power to protect me from everything and everyone. He would always tell me that he wanted to quit but that it was really hard for him and he was afraid of what…

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    The connection between trade and geography is that it can affect the trade by causing natural disasters, they could delay or destroy what they are trading. Since they had frequent earthquakes, these could have caused them to lose the supplies or even destroyed their products and keep the trade on hold. Also, the volcanoes were active and rained ash down frequently it could have caused it to be hard to see and even hard to breathe while getting the trade to where it supposed to be or even coming…

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    craft-specialization was their workshop which was sealed in time because of an earthquake. What was found in there were shells, jade, ceramics, bone tools, chisels, obsidian saw blades, and pacobs. These craft specialists were a part of the nobility of Copan. Archaeologists can tell this because they found bodies under the floor in the workshop. These bodies had the bone wear of craft specialists, but they had bound head skull structure of an elite. This type of skull structure…

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    Rainbow Island Book Report

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    except for her crescent shaped birthmark. He told Yu-ning she was a Darq Renderer. A Darq render had the ability to understand the obsidian and fight more effectively against it than others could. One of the only other Darq Renders left was Balthazar who lives on the Gracia Island in the Tower of Light. They had already rebuilt most of the village. Cristobel, who was tall, thin, athletic, and had brown eyes and hair came by her cave. Cristobel had someone to meet Yu-ning. This bird-like…

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    Empathy can be shown without speaking. While Butler demonstrates how speech is taken for granted and in her short story she also puts in smaller points where shared feelings and understanding is present. When Rye and Obsidian are driving to Pasadena, they both learn of each other’s abilities to speak, read and write. They connect, despite confusingly communicating with gestures and its almost as if they complete each other. Rye can speak while Obsidian can read and write; one lacks what the…

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