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  • Sharpie Permanent Marker Research Paper

    The sharpie permanent marker a tool used to write things were they could stay permanently or not be addressed.But what people don't know is what they contain.Sharpies contain” Dyes, Propyl alcohol,Butyl alcohol and Diacetone alcohol”.(wikipedia).Propyl alcohol also known as 1-Propanol,(Wikipedia) is i on of the ingredients in a sharpie.Did you know that 1-Propanol “is formed naturally in small amounts during many fermentation processes and used as a solvent in the pharmaceutical industry mainly for resins and cellulose esters”.(wikipedia).Did you also know that” Propyl alcohol is a colorless liquid and is made by oxidation of aliphatic hydrocarbons that is used as a solvent and chemical intermediate’’.(Pubchem). Butyl alcohol also called butanol(Wikipedia) is another ingredient in the sharpie permanent marker.Did you know that butyl alcohol is an alcohol with a 4 carbon structure and the molecular formula of C4H10O.(Pubchem). Other than being an ingredient in sharpie marker,”It is primarily used as a solvent, as an intermediate in chemical synthesis, and as a fuel”.(Pubchem).Another fast fact about 1-butanol is that its Boiling point is 117.6 C.(Chemicalbook).And its Melting point is -89 C.(Chemicalbook).…

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  • The Importance Of Social Norms In Public Places

    personal territories, and they are sensitive when their personal territories have been violated. Moreover, people’s reactions toward these violations are different; they may withdraw, defend, insulate, or experience linguistic collusion. People also extend their personal territory when they feel threatened or stressed. This defense helps them feel safe. Interpersonal distance is linked to personal territory. In a relatively limited space, the larger distance you have with others, the larger…

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  • How Do Tattoos Affect Society

    themselves in different manners in society ranging from: social status, religion, association and familial representation, but they share a similar driving force behind them. As marriage signifies a lifelong commitment to one person, tattoos have the same significance to the wearer: for their family, religion or associations. People often use tattoos as a medium to honor, remember, and represent their family ties. A Portrait tattoo of a deceased loved one is an intimate form of honoring them.…

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  • Reflection Of Fillers In Language And Other Linguistic Study Based Literature

    Introduction The goal of this paper is to pinpoint a small feature that make a tiny bit of my own idiolect by comparing the feature to other Linguistic study based literature. The topic I have chosen is based on fillers, which includes filler words, filler sounds, or discourse-new markers. Fillers are commonly used by speakers in conversations to notify the listener that the speaker has pause to think before speaking again. Some examples of fillers in English includes sounds like Uh or Um, or…

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  • Risks And Consequences Of Tattoos

    The risks of getting a tattoo are very high. If there is a possibility of anyone considering getting a new tattoo in the future keep in mind all things that could go wrong. There are some cases in which some don 't know they have gotten a bad tattoo, or even contracted a new infection from receiving a tattoo from an unsanitary shop, or even the possible mistake of cross contamination. Because of the lack of regulations on tattoo ink, tattooing can cause cancer, blood born diseases, and…

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  • Persuasive Speech About Tattoos

    of trying to decide what tattoos to get there are many things to think about like where to get it done, how much it is going to cost and where you want to place it on your body . However, one thing that might not go through your mind is if I get this tattoo, will it affect my appearance as an employee somewhere or even if I decide to join the military would I still qualify. These are all valid questions that will need to be answered during this thought process. Today we are going to talk about…

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  • The Symbolism Of Death And Resurrection In Art

    via tattooing is multi-faceted. One reason is that tattooing is a technology of memory. It helps people to remember in a very real (and painful) manner those who have died. Additionally, people aim to understand death better by permanently altering their bodies. Some people even cite the pain they feel while getting tattooed as a way to bring them closer to the deceased. Above all, however, tattoos are permanent. In Meditations, Marcus Aurelius states that everything is short-lived—accepting…

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  • Dream Act Research Paper

    Senators Richard Durbin and Richard Lugar and Representatives Howard Berman, Lincoln Diaz-Balart, and Lucille Roybal-Allard and was supported by organizations and individuals from California to New York. A lot may ask what qualifications did the young adults needed in order to be eligible for The DREAM Act. The qualifications are simple, a high school diploma or a person with a GED would be qualify for conditional lawful permanent resident status if they have been physically present in the U.S.…

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  • RPI Status Case Study

    The next issue under title 2 that will be discussed will be about people applying for lawful permanent resident status for those who have already been granted RPI status. First off, in order to apply for LPI status, the applicant must have met all of the trigger requirements. If an applicant wants to apply for LPI status, they have to meet the six required application requirements. They have to already have possession of the RPI status, they cannot be out of the United States no longer than 180…

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  • Personal Goal Analysis

    My current personal goal is to continue attending Marlboro college. This is an intermediate goal since it fits in in under the rest of my life goals. Continuing to go to a college I am already attending might seem like an easy task but there are a lot of factors that play in this situation, both the ones I can and can’t control. First off, since I am not a U.S. citizen or legal resident, in order to attend college in the U.S. in general I have to have a student visa (F1). I have already taken…

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