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    Papa New Guinean Language

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    Kassie Tulenko In Kulick’s article “Anger, Gender, Language Shift And The Politics Of Revelation In a Papa New Guinean Village” he focuses on a synchronic view of culture and language in Papa New Guinea to argue for broader diachronic shifts. Kulick describes two languages, Tok Pisin and Taiap, and speakers’ use of code switching between these languages to index gender, intelligence, and sociability. The men use the formal language, Tok Pisin, which indexes education, Christianity, and progress…

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    Anne Bonny Research Paper

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    Roughly 300 hundred years ago Anne Bonny navigated along the Caribbean, capturing precious treasure, targeting low lives, and stealing ships with Jack Rackham and Mary Read ("Famous Pirate: Anne Bonny"). Anne lived during the 18th century, and had a long and arduous life full of danger, risk, and excitement ("Famous Pirate: Anne Bonny"). From the day Anne was brought into this world till the day she took her last breath, she worked hard, and was an extraordinary female. Anne Bonny is…

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    On my first day of my observation and I began meeting with Principal Phillip. Principle Phillip kindly introduced me to the school and told me what is expected from me as a guest in her school. She then provided me with a schedule of the different classrooms I would be observing. She then walked me over to Mrs. Supple’s class where I was quickly introduced. I sat down in the back of the class and started taking notes. This class is a SDC class for Language Arts. The class mostly consists of…

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    The Kokoda Campaign

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    Their want for Port Morseby stems from the ability to attack Australia and gain power of all of Paupa, causing the pressure of a victory for the Australians to ensure protection. That same day, the Australian “Marouba Force” arrived meaning their was more support for…

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    When Australia hosted the Olympics in 2000, Homebush was in the spotlight, which is why it sports the nickname, Olympic Park. Homebush 2140 is a family-friendly, in high demand suburb that is only about a 20-minute (more or less) drive to Sydney. When you take a walk around the 2140 post code, you’ll see a thriving multicultural community where residents enjoy a relaxed lifestyle that makes it an incredible suburb to come home to every day. Housing & Lifestyle Charming old cottages, luxury…

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    Docklands Research Paper

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    Docklands is Melbourne city’s waterfront and is located south of Victoria towards the northern point of Port Phillip Bay and 2km west of Melbourne’s CBD. Docklands embraces the waterways of Victoria Harbour and approximately 3km of Yarra River frontage. It is similar in size to Melbourne’s central city. Docklands is close to Melbourne's main transport networks and industrial areas, which include, Southern Cross Station, Etihad Stadium and a large number of modern buildings. It’s well known for…

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    In Australia, this inciting event was a massacre in 1996 in the town of Port Arthur which left 35 people dead and 23 wounded (Klieve). This violent shooting spree was carried out by Martin Bryant, an Australian man who before the attack had been labeled as mentally unstable (Klieve). Before the Port Arthur incident there had been 13 other massacres in 18 years within the country (Chapman). Following this incident urgent pleas were made…

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    small while resting in the clouds. Depositing all my trust in the machinery I sat in made my stomach sink, and I couldn’t help but feel the slightest bit nervous. Then it appeared, the country I had no idea I would fall in love with eight days later. Port-au –Prince, Haiti laid directly below me; complete destruction enveloped my vision. Four years earlier, following the earthquake that devastated Haiti, seeing it remain in ruins, made my heart sink. Before I realized it, the plane’s wheels…

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    and help cleaning up the country. What they got instead was money that wasn’t fully spent on the Haitians and countries that wanted to help because it would benefit themselves. The help that they are getting is not being used like it should be. Port-au-Prince overflows with waste and 52 trucks that have been imported to help clean up are still sitting in customs. A good chunk of the money is spent on jet fuel for planes to come down and about $50,000 of it was spent on elevator maintenance in…

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    Haiti Health Care Essay

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    This essay includes the history, demographics, location and geography, economics, education, government, health care of Haiti that explains the way the nation as a whole works. It focuses on different aspects of the country and how they are trying to improve their health care system. The country realized how much they needed to step up their game after the 2010 earthquake left the whole nation devastated. As a nation the government and the people need to work together in order to create a…

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