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  • Greek, Roman, And Elizabethan Eras: The Evolution Of Conventions In Theatre History

    theatre history, such as the conventions of the Greek, Roman, and Elizabethan eras. I will continue to discuss staging conventions by analyzing and comparing different plays to these eras including Trojan Women by Euripides, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee by William Finn, and The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare. In the Ancient Greek era some of the most prominent aspects of staging conventions…

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  • Circular To Pastors Summary

    introduction to the “Circular to Pastors of Methodist Congregations” it talks about how the Bible Society of Rowan County decided to take action to establish a committee to print and distribute Bibles all across the South during the Civil War. On June 23, 1861 a circular, which is an advertisement, or letter that is distributed to a large number of people was sent to the pastors of the churches in Rowan Country. This letter was to be read to the congregation about establishing a Bible Society.…

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  • A Female Raid Analysis

    weekly newspaper in Salisbury, North Carolina in Rowan County published from July 28, 1832 until December 30, 1867. It was for all citizens of Rowan County. It reported everyday news but also used its pages to promote social and political change. It is unclear if the opinions where of the writer, the publisher or both. This article was to show how a raid that took place was the responsibility of not just the participants but also the merchants and the county commissioners. In this article, he…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Career As A Business Administrator

    Agents. I’ve also taken the James Patterson Teaches Writing course on and am currently taking a refresher grammar course on I plan to take their proofreading course next. (Universal Class is free through the Ocean County Library.) I’ve also attended two…

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  • Kim Davis Case Study

    rights violated? Under law she did not have the right to stop issuing all marriage licenses. Might she have had the right to not issue same sex marriage licenses that bear a seal with her personal name? Possibly. Does she have the right to have the County Clerk’s title removed from the seal as well as her name, and have the duties of issuing marriage licenses delegated to a different office altogether? Probably not. Did Ms. Davis ask for reasonable accommodations that could have been granted to…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Should There Be Community College Free?

    Unfortunately, today colleges do not just let students walk out clear from any debt. Whether an individual is going to a four-year university or a two-year school, it is going to be rather costly in the end. Before deciding to go to Rowan College at Burlington County, I had hopes of attending a regular four-year school. That all changed after looking at the cost: nearly twenty thousand dollars per year and that is just tuition alone, not including room and board, fees, books, etc. Even with…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Same Sex Marriage

    How would you feel if you were denied the right to marry the one you love because of the religious beliefs of another? Kim Davis, the county clerk of Rowan County, Kentucky, was arrested after refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Against a Supreme Court decision, she continued to withhold issuing the marriage licenses, leading to her arrest for contempt of court. The Supreme Court decision took place in June, ruling that same-sex couples can marry nationwide and that states…

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  • Gay Marriage Should Not Be Legalized

    marriage in 1973. Before state prohibition, a clerk denied two men from the University of Minnesota a marriage license, “On May 18, 1970, two University of Minnesota students, Richard John 'Jack ' Baker and James Michael McConnell applied to Hennepin County District Court clerk Gerald Nelson for a marriage license. He denied the application, because the applicants both were men.” In the same case the court ruled based on its own opinion instead of written law, “The trial court was not…

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  • Audiology Personal Statement

    When my sister was 6 years old, the doctors determined that she had a cholesteatoma. I was fascinated by the hearing tests, unique communication issues, prosthetics, hearing aids, and barriers to learning that she encountered. My curiosity with the fields of Audiology, Deaf Education, and American Sign Language interpreting grew as time progressed. After my first Audiology class, I found Audiology to be my cynosure. Upon researching graduate schools, I came across Syracuse University for…

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  • Personal Narrative-Gay Marriage

    As I have grown up, although I am still only 16, I feel like I have seen things. I know things. Some people say I am wise beyond my years. Believe strongly in things. I love my family, and I love my friends. Sometimes, though, we don’t always see eye to eye. My mom and I had to house sit for a friend one time. This friend is also her boss. She is gay and right before we house sat, they had a union ceremony. You see, at that time, it was not legal in KY to get married if you were gay. They went…

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