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    Rey Valerio Gholdoian Per.2 21 Sep. 2016 Illusions of Success For years now many students have thought “How do I grow up too successful?” but the truth here is that some of the people don't know what success really means to them. There are a lot of ways to describe success such as the amount of money someone makes, how happy they are with themselves or even stuff such as succeeding in simple things in life. You can however, gain the characteristics needed to be successful in the future for example, patience, determination, and a straight mindset. Some things can also come into play for instance dumb luck and the wealth gap between the person or the school they attend. These are just three of most important traits a student must have in order to get somewhere in their future of education and in life down the path that they may take. In the short article “Don't Eat the Marshmallow” by Joachim da Posada, it tells an experiment that was done to a group of four-year old’s both in The United States and Colombia. The observations that was done to these kids involved a marshmallow and time. Basically, if you didn't eat the treat you would get another one in approximately fifteen minutes. The conclusion to this was to get the same group of kid’s years later when they were around the age of seventeen to eighteen at the time to find out how successful they were growing up. In the end those who ate the marshmallow were less successful than the ones who did not eat it. The ones who did…

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    Songs are one of the most powerful expressions of a writers emotions. The lyrics flow leaves a map of the thoughts the writer is pouring out for all to hear. The song “Somewhere Only We Know” by Keane gives a nostalgic feeling of growing up and leaving a carefree life behind. This transition is hard for everyone who come upon it. Keane stresses this with his words, allowing every listener to hear that it is harder than anyone believes to give up the life they once knew. He shows the agony one…

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    The Latour d’Auvergne Triptych, also called the Annunciation with Saints and Donors is a three part, wood panel that depicts the Annunciation of the Angel Gabriel to Mary that she is to be the mother of Christ as described in the Gospel of Luke. As a foldable triptych, the art has remained amazingly well preserved without any conservation efforts, however, additional scanning and research had exposed some interesting changes and edits made to the image that are otherwise invisible to the naked…

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    The Annunciation Analysis

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    The items in the room are all painted with extreme detail from the items in the back to the folds of the clothing on the two figures on the front. The whole room is filled with these detailed items like the candles in the front of the painting and the window and pot that are more in the back. The figures that are to the front are Mary (who is on the left) and the archangel Gabriel and this is the scene where Gabriel tells Mary that she will be blessed with God’s son. The figures are both big and…

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    Innovation Theory

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    CBT was a good alternative as initial treatment for mild to moderate depression (White, Dudley-Brown & Terhaar, 2016). Through this change of practice, the innovators were administrators and executives of the organization that adopted CBT recommendations and diffused it through the practice. The practice leaders followed through with the implementation and were known as early adopters. The early majority were the office managers. The late majority were the rest of the providers. The laggards…

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    Jesus recruited twelve apostles to help him in his missions. After about 3 years Jesus and his twelve apostles went to jerusalem to spread his message. Christianity really started to spread after jesus was crucified. All his apostles and disciples spread his message to the jews of Judea. Some of the jews accepted the teachings that Jesus was the messiah, or the christ. All of the people who did went to spread it throughout the communities in the roman world. The apostle peter established…

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    carpenter named Joseph. One day a messenger of God, an angel named Gabriel, came to visit her and he told her that she had found favor with God, so she was to bear a child who was to be God’s son. Mary, who was a virgin, was in shock but she accepted this as God’s will, even though she could get stoned, since she was having a child out of wedlock. Now when Joseph found out about this, he was planning on divorcing her quietly, but an angel appeared to him in a dream and told him to accept…

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    Boer War In Canada

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    the First Nations and was caused by the fear of the white settlers taking over and changing their land and annexation. This impacted Canada on a social level because the white settlers ignored the Aboriginal’s living habits by hunting the Buffalo for their own selfish reasons when the metis moved to the southern prairies. The white settlers opened up a market just for Buffalo related goods such as buffalo meat and fur to trade. Afterwards, the rebellions spread towards the north of Saskatchewan…

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    Death Foretold Allusions

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    Chronicle of a Death Foretold was originally written in Spanish by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. The text was published in 1981 in Aracataca, Colombia. The novel was controversial for its time for it involved many topics such as male dominance and a murder. Since the novel became popular in Spanish-speaking countries, especially Colombia, the text has been translated to many languages. It was translated into English by Gregory Rabassa. Chronicle of a Death Foretold is a drama that contains Magical…

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    Jaws Movie Conclusion

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    Jaws Jaws is a book by American author Peter Benchley. It is based on a true story of two amateur fishermen who caught and killed a great white shark that attacked and killed four people along the East Coast of America in 1916. It was published in 1974 and shortly after was made into a movie in 1975. Jaws is about a gigantic, terrifying, great white shark that preys on anyone and everyone on Amity Island. Jaws was a first of its kind. People knew of sharks and had known little about them;…

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