Ring of Brodgar

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  • Stone Circles

    The six stone circles vary in structure and are concentrated in compact area. A distinguishable grouping of stone circles is a double ring of squat boulders called, “Fingal’s Cauldron Seat”. The outermost circle of 14 stones jaggedly forms around an almost perfect inner circle of 8. These stone circles are one of the smallest rings on Marchrie Moore, however they feature the most vivid legend. It’s common to find stone circles being linked with legendary figures and giants, and with this particular set of stone circles, they are connected with a story about the Irish giant and hero Fingal. The primary folktale states that the stones were erected in a circular manner to support the cooking cauldron for the giant Fingal. And the stones on the outer portion of the circle feature inner rings were presumably for Finn to tie his dog up to the stones while eating his meal. As James Bryce an Irish geologist stated, “A block, on the south-east side of the outer circle, has a ledge perforated by a round hole, which is well worn on the edges, and said to have been formed for the purpose of fastening the favourite dog Bran of the giant aforenamed”(Bryce…

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  • Personal Narrative: Tell Me About Myself

    I had a customer who wanted an engagement ring we had for sale but, we didnt have it in her size. I 've only covered the jewlery department for breaks so I don 't have much knowledge about it. So we went through several other rings to try them out only to find we only carry a standard size 7 ring. I too the info about the ring down and called up our other kmart stores to inquire about other sizes. Unfortunately I found all kmart stores only carry in the size 7. So I asked manage managment on our…

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  • Application Of Group Theory

    Leadership are task to led and ensure that projects are complete effectively for organization. There are many different ways in which these tasks can be accomplish. However, a leadership cannot lead without having people to led, not just the right people but those that fits the overall Unit persona. In order for this process to happen within a unit leadership should apply a few practical application of group theory. Group theory is a tool leadership can use to develop effective groups through…

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  • Pandora Jewelry Case Study

    Product Pandora jewelry offers a variety of charms and bracelet products. The products are divided into five categories, namely jewellery, Charms, Bracelets, Rings, and Earrings, and Necklaces and Pendants. The materials used are clearly specified in 14k gold, sterling silver, glass, enamel, and Pave to build buyer's confidence. As for Pandora, although jewellery for occasions like valentine's day can also be found, there are more special design and combination products that can be used for…

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  • Difference Between Facilitator And Teacher

    participants create the discussion; it is a student-centered approach to learning. During your time at GIRLS Academy, you are a facilitator – teaching the girls how to think, not what to think - you help make the magic happen! Facilitator Best Practices • Set some ground rules. Have participants create some ground rules for their small group. If they come up with their own rules, they are more likely to obey them. Examples could be: only one person speaks at a time, be respectful of others,…

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  • How Is Bilbo Baggins A Hero In The Hobbit

    Bilbo, now much unlike the normal hobbit, is able to think quickly and kill in dangerous situations, like he does by luring the spiders away from the dwarves and then hurling rocks at them. “The idea came to him to lead the furious spiders further and further away from the dwarves, if he could; to make them curious, exited and angry all at once” (158). He has gained the dwarves’ respect and increased his physical abilities with the help of Gollum’s ring. Bilbo shows his wits and…

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  • Symbolism Of Savagery And Civilization In Lord Of The Flies

    Symbolism of Savagery and Civilization in Lord of the Flies The use of symbols and imagery in literature allows the audience to engage themselves in the novel. William Golding’s Lord of the Flies portrays the diverse aspects of humanity through detailed symbols. The symbol which gives the novel its name, the severed pig’s head on a stick, and Simon’s encounter with it, visually displays the sadist side of humanity and the temptation of evil. From the beginning of the novel, the child-like fear…

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  • Archery

    Did you know The Lord of the Rings was originally published in 1973? This timeless fantasy tale is Tolkien’s most popular book series. In the beginning of the second part of The Lord of the Rings (The Two Towers), Aragorn finds an injured Boromir who professes his intent to steal the ring and then dies from fatal injuries orcs inflicted. Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli then seek to find the absent Merry and Pippin who were apprehended by orcs. On their trek, they stumble upon the mighty Riders of…

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  • Bilbo's Confidence In The Quest

    tools that Bilbo recovers from his quest is the ring. After the battle with the goblins where Bilbo is left unconscious, he discovers a ring (Tolkien, Ch. V, 65). The ring, which turns him invisible once he puts it on, teaches him how to use magic, or the fantastic, correctly. The first time that Bilbo uses the ring is to escape Gollum in the goblin’s cave (Tolkien, Ch. V, 79). At this time Bilbo did not understand what was happening to him and what powers the ring possessed, but he knew that…

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  • Archetypes In Lord Of The Flies

    Every individual can take life and either give in to their savagery or remain civilized. In a society people often choose to behave in the same manner as those around them. If everyone is shouting then even the shy people will start shouting, but if everyone is being quiet and reserved, the loudest individuals will remain quiet. Authors use archetypes to show the effect of society on people and their decision to be moral or corrupt. Many novels use the fight between barbarity and refinement to…

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