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    Fake Movie Set Marriage Proposal 101 1. Make it as Grand as Possible You will have to pay for a film crew and the actors and you will need to seek per- mission from the owners of the building to pull this one off. Take her to a really swanky restaurant or hotel as a treat (tell her you made your bonus) and when you arrive, there will be a film crew there shooting an episode of a drama or a movie. Pre-arrange for the producer to ask you both if you would be extras for a small fee. When your scene comes up, say the lines on the script and when your girlfriend has finished delivering her lines, drop down on one knee and pop the big question. She will be completely stunned and taken aback as she will be in ‘actress’ mode. Alternatively,…

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    Ybon and Ferdinand are both in similar situations with their romantic partners. Both are encountering love interests that have very quickly fallen in love with them, created some kind of ideal image of their future relationship, and have told them about their passionate feelings. In The Tempest, Ferdinand quickly realizes his love for Miranda like she did for him, saying that “beyond all limit of what else i’ th’ world, / do love, prize, honor you” (3.1.85-86). Their relationship is mutual and…

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    of young individuals: a conspicuous exemplification of satire. While initially insinuating the development of a legitimate, efficacious solution to a society’s quandary, the author ultimately derides a government for failing to respond to famine-oriented conditions. Evidence from the text that further bolsters this claim is shown when the author states, “That the remaining hundred thousand may at a year old be offered in sale to the persons of quality and fortune through the kingdom, always…

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    A Critical Analysis of Irony in “A Modest Proposal” by Jonathan Swift Jonathan Swift was an Anglo-Irish essayist, political pamphleteer, satirist and poet. He wrote numerous works, many of which dealt with Irish/British political tensions and religious issues. He was known as a Dublin’s foremost citizen until his death. His best known works include “Gulliver 's Travels” (1726) and “A Modest Proposal” (1729). In “A Modest Proposal” Jonathan Swift proposes a satirical/ironic solution to a social…

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    stop on it. The firm identify that the groundwater did not flow towards the lake, so even if there were coming from the fly ash, it would not affect the lake. We will also attach the results of the survey for further analysis. Therefore, we can guarantee that the disposal of the fly ash into our landfill will not cause an environmental problem. Also, Ashland Products, that produces the about the same amount of fly ash as us, were told that they were allowed to dump their fly ash into a Type III…

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    is saying is this whole thing is a scheme, he doesn’t really mean any of this because he really doesn’t care for Ireland’s public good. After reading the entire article the audience should recognize the proposal is satirical, in order to effectively understand this proposal you must have a sense of humor that is the irony of it. While Johnathan’s article is poorly constructed as a whole. He has solely on evocative language, but at times over exploits it to the point of unconvincing bigotry.…

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    I asked for the time to consider his proposal and in the interim collected information about Yashwant Tamble. He had promised to come after two days. During this period, I genuinely gave thought to his proposal and ultimately made up my mind to go with him with a few conditions”. “My decision primarily stemmed from the fact that I have nothing to lose, time made me a vagrant, forced into an erotic lecherous woman, my virginity long back desecrated by my debauch stepfather in connivance with my…

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    Cost Of Tuition Essay

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    Tuition, Lower Costs Better for All. There are a lot of problems with enrollment at a lot of American Universities that one can see. A university is a business and it should make good money. A good business does not simply raise costs for certain people to make money, but a good one has things that a person seeks. The problem many face as international students at Arizona State University is a higher-than-normal cost of attendance. This proposal will try to create a way to fix this issue while…

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    I am M. Patricia Cifuentes, a postdoctoral researcher at Ohio State University, appointed by the College of Public Health and Biomedical Informatics. I am an MD specialized in statistics with a doctoral degree on Public Health. I contact you to share some research ideas I propose in the context of my application to the Yerby postdoctoral fellowship program for which I suggested you as faculty mentors. The proposal I presented consists on developing theory-based and data-driven models of health…

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    Athens Persuasive Speech

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    law that would, of course, get rid of the animal devastating that area, but what if we accidently added a poison that kills the animal, but also kills a certain amount of citizens of Athens because the poison got into the crop. Well this isn’t a good situation to be in! The people that are educated said it wasn’t a good idea, but those of us that are uneducated outnumbered those who are. We pass that law and kill a lot of our citizens! Well we could of had the expert councilman in farming…

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