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    My Christmas Celebration

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    evening everyone invited to the big celebration started to arrive. My mother and grandmother had been cooking up an amazing feast in the kitchen for the last five to six hours, although I was starving throughout the day I contained myself as much as possible and conserved my appetite for the buffet from around the world that I was going to enjoy in the next fifteen to thirty minutes. Soon after everyone arrived, my mom called everyone to the table. It was amazing. The table was filled with different dishes. The American classics where there: roasted turkey, mashed potatoes, string bean casserole and sweet potato pie. Also present on the table was Chinese fried rice, chow mein, honey walnut shrimp, fried wontons and my all-time favorite Peruvian Lomo Saltado. I could not decide where to start. I made sure that I had a bit of everything. It was…

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    Immigrant Child Essay

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    culture. This will indubitably leave the children of immigrants confused. As a daughter of Peruvian immigrant parents, I grew up in a household…

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    Sagoff believes that resources like oil are less expensive and more abundant then they used to be. He says that the world energy council has declared the fears of resource depletion to be unfounded. According to Sagoff’s reasoning, society should not worry about running out of trees because there will always be more (83-86). The image to above shows the data found by BBC when the organization looked at the earth’s depleting resources. The image shows multiple resources like the Amazon…

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    merchandise, such as books, electronics, clothes, etc. It is also a popular company because of its high reputation for low competitive prices and ease of shopping conveniently from anywhere. Ever since it was established in the late 1990s, it has grown into such a wide world corporation (Kantor). However, you might wonder about the function of this corporation. Two articles called “Inside Amazon: Wrestling Big Ideas in a Bruising Workplace” and “Entering and Leaving” is able to give readers some…

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    committed to achieve the highest level of fiduciary responsibility on behalf of Amazon and has been quick to address and correct any inaccuracies. Graebel continues to work with Amazon’s financial team on implementing new processes and audit steps in order to prevent all errors and inefficiencies, that when combined with the implementation of a new financial platform…

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    Sarcophagus Depicting a Battle between Soldiers and Amazons is the title of a sarcophagus that is currently located in the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. This sarcophagus is quite massive with an overall weight of 5511.5 pounds and with an overall dimension of about 40 ½ inches long, 91 ½ inches tall, and 50 ½ inches at the base of the end. The material that was used to create this sarcophagus is marble. The name of the artist is unknown, however, it is stated that he is Roman. This sarcophagus…

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    In Greek Mythology, the Amazons were a group of female warriors that settled in the secluded city of Themiskyra on the Black Sea (present day Ukraine). No males could live with the Amazons, they were a force by themselves, known for their courage and pride (Cartwright). However, like majority of species, males were necessary for procreation. For the Amazons to continue their race, they would visit a nearby tribe once a year known as the Gargareans. After choosing a partner from the tribe and…

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    Gold In South America

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    Gold has historically played a major part in Latin and South American indigenous culture. The use of gold in South America began in 1200 BC when the Peruvian indigenous group known as the Chavín were making gold ornaments by hammering sheets of the metal. In approximately AD 500 the Nazca people in southern Peru developed casting to craft ceremonious ornaments. The people of the Chimu empire would later develop more advanced technical skills, such as combining metals to make alloys and plating…

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    TITLE The Amazon Within: The Jungle Meets The City At This Iquitos Hostel LEAD PARAGRAPH You have finished your jungle tour, visited your shaman, completed your silent retreat and are ready to start making your way back to civilization. Or, you are about to head off for a totally inward journey deep in the Amazon. Either way you will most likely have to stop in Iquitos, an exciting, slightly hectic city in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon. The bustle of the city can be distracting for those…

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    The Amazon Rainforest

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    The Amazon Rainforest covers approximately 2,650,000 square miles of land in South America, more than one third of the entire continent. It is full of natural resources, such as fruits, vegetables, pharmaceuticals derived from plants, oils used for perfumes and detergents, and woods. Comprised of the largest collection of living plant and animal species in the world, this rainforest is also home to hundreds of indigenous tribes, each with their own language, culture, and territory(USA TODAY,…

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