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    Gesture Types by Function In the video, depictive gestures and deictic gestures were used by Vivian and Shane, who were the conversationalists. Depictive gestures are aimed to illustrate what happened, what is happening, and what will happen. It can be iconic, which would illustrate images of a scene. It could also be metaphoric, which is an abstract image connected to an abstract concept. When Vivian first began telling the “wrong way” story, she waved her hand from inside to outside while she said “one-way street” on line 24, and waved her hand from outside to inside while she said “two-way street” on line 27. These hand gestures may look like beats, which are vertical movements with no discernable meaning, unless it is attached to specific words in the conversation. She wanted to make a point that the one-way street and two-way street are opposite roads, so she gave an opposite gesture while describing it. Additionally, when she mentioned “one-way street” again on line 28, she gave one finger to illustrate and emphasize that it was a one-way street. Shane imitated honking the horn by pressing to the air and making a sound when he spoke about how he behaved improperly (line 39). He used gestures to re-create an image of a scene. These are all iconic or depictive gestures. On line 34, another function of gesture was evident, and that is deictic gesture. It simply means pointing. Vivian pointed to Nancy and said “Right? What you telling me?” Her pointing proved that this is…

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    pylori, the CD80 gMFI values of THP-1 cells exposed to H. pylori derived products in the absence of LPS stimulation were determined and compared with the corresponding value of negative controls. Statistical analysis of the values was then performed using one way ANOVA with Tukey’s post-hoc test to find any statistically significant differences between the means of CD80 gMFI values of the negative control, positive control, and test samples. Samples able to activate THP-1 cells had a higher CD80…

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    As the body age’s, different ailments and diseases seem to creep in and attach itself to joints, ligaments, and bones. One such disease is osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is a degeneration of joint and cartilage and the underlying bone. This is more common in the middle age onward. This disease causes pain and stiffness in the joint if affects. The joints it affects is the hip, knee, and thumb joints (USA.GOV, 2015). Therefore, “Evidence-based clinical guidelines: A New System to Better Determine…

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    Chelsea is sick of getting stuck in traffic like this. People are always late to things, like work and school, because the traffic is so bad. Also the poor traffic can cause more crashes. When there are more crashes that makes the traffic even worse. There is way too much traffic, so the roads will be widened, and all that it will take is the tax rate being raised to 12% for a year. Chelsea has a problem. There is way too much traffic. It is the worst all around the high school and the middle…

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    The side impact collision, also called the T-bone accident, is one of the most deadly types of accidents. If the collision occurs at a side door, the door offers the driver or passenger little in the way of protection. Unlike the front or rear of the car, it has little structural strength to resist high impact forces. It also lacks a lengthy crumple zone to absorb energy. Because the side impact occurs at right angles to the victim's direction of travel, he or she is often unaware of its…

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    With driving becoming more of a prevalent task, traffic violations cases are on the rise daily as well. There are many types of traffic violations, but there are a few that happen quite often, everywhere. The most common traffic violations are speeding, running a stop sign or stop light, unsafe driving, and finally, distracted driving. (Bline) In the past, there was no need for traffic laws because there were not enough vehicles for traffic laws to be necessary. With the rise of people…

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    When there is a crash these are the steps you should follow and I will go into more detail of the following stop, render aid, clear from traffic, contact police if necessary and exchange infromation. The first thing that you would do after a crash would be to stop and pull out of the way of the flow of traffic get out of the road as to not cause another crash. The first step in the five step process is to, like I said before stop immediately you may be penalized severely for not stopping at the…

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    a lower accident rate compared to what we have now. The effect of this action will be fewer accidents and deaths on our roadways, as well as better traffic patterns to lessen the amount of time we are in our vehicles.…

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    these bridges having been in place for nearly 50 years, there were numerous issues. For one, the carrying capacity of the two bridges was not great enough to meet the needs of the area. That was pertinent as with the rise in technology and suburban flight, people were increasingly traveling into the city in the morning to work and out at night to go home. Secondly, the bridges were deteriorating and had reached their maximum life capacity. Without action, the city was facing not only greater…

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    it can use today’s technology like the internet. These group of cars are being identified as smart cars. Smart cars are capable of having their own Wi-Fi, which will allow it to communicate with other electronic devices. The next step for smart cars is to use its technology with the technology of smart roads. Smart roads are roadways that have been implemented with technology similar to smart cars. Smart roads are a fairly new concept that is being developed and researched, but there are some…

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