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    Introduction One of the essential things in writing or any form of media to persuade individuals is the use of rhetoric and the tools of rhetoric. This analysis will discuss the use of rhetoric in addressing an audience on the imperative issue of the current refugee crisis and its overall impact on the European continent. There are two groups of refugees that this will be focusing on, the main group are Libyan refugees and the second group are Syrian refugees. The Libyan refugee crisis started…

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    no lifeforms could survive in such depths with the extreme temperatures, darkness, and immense water pressure, but they do. Over four hundred types of foraminifera, which are single-celled protists, have been found here as well as amphipods, worms, sea cucumbers, and shrimp. Along with this, a record was set for the deepest depth of a found fish. It is an unknown species of snailfish. Not only is the living of importance here, but the physical makeup of the trench is as well. Studying samples…

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    lakes. This water then travels all the way to their mouths, usually another water channel or the ocean. The temperature is usually cooler at the source than it is at the mouth of the river. The water is also clearer at the mouth, has higher oxygen levels, and freshwater fish such as trout can be found here. Towards the middle part of the stream/river, the size of it increases as doe’s species diversity numerous aquatic green plants and algae can be found. Toward the mouth of the river or stream,…

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    Mountains, at the eastern end rise is 7,402 feet and Birch’s Hill at the western end is 1,809 feet high. Morning views from Blue Mountain Peak are spectacular. As the sun comes up you can see cuba, but since you are over a mile and a quarter above sea level the view is more often than not filled with low lying early mist. Nearly half of the island is over 1000 feet and is majority of the islands surface is made up of a very thick layers of Limestone. Streams that rise in the mountains sink…

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    Italy and Greece 2015 When travelling to another country you never really know what to expect. When I was traveling to Italy and Greece I learned that I get homesick easily and that I’m one to really live in the moment. Also with being in a different country with people I didn’t know that well, I learned that I need someone who’s responsible when it comes to being a roommate. It was the morning of June 25th 2015, the day I left for my two-week trip to Italy and Greece I was all packed up and…

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    Reflection Essay: "The Old Man and the Sea" "The Old Man and the Sea" is truly an inspiring work from Hemingway. I've learned about old age, courage, pride, machismo, divinity in death and brotherhood. Also, this novella has given me insight into the life of a fisherman, the dangers they can face and the prizes they receive. I was also startled by the fact that Hemingway is really proud of machismo, and he shows this by presenting us Santiago, an old man who has a male bravado.…

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    Rosslare Europort Analysis

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    infrastructure focused on connecting Ireland’s manufacturing hubs to improve accessibility. Rosslare’s facilities encourage RoRo and passenger ferry services but there is potential to extend the port and establish a Load-on Load-off (LoLo) presence. The deep sea estuary requires work to deepen the port. Currently, the port is seven metres deep. As a result, Rosslare Europort could apply for future funding under the Connecting Europe Facility programme (C.E.F.). Under the European Commission’s…

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    Peter The Great Legacy

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    Peter the Great’s Biography Peter the Great was born on June 9, 1672 in Moscow, Russia, and died on February 8, 1725. Peter the Great’s reign, was the turning point for Russia, and his rule is what sent Russia toward the promise of becoming one of the world’s superpowers during the Cold War. Peter the Great ruled jointly with his “elder half-brother Ivan” until his death in 1696 (Hughes). Peter the Great was named the Great for a reason; his legacy was a “program of extensive reform known as…

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    form of caesaropapism described was more definite by the time Peter the Great took power. Caesaropapism was seen in Russia before Peter the Great through rulers like Ivan IV, also known as Ivan the Terrible. However, caesaropapism was taken to a new level under the rule of Peter the Great, as he made the church a section of his government and eliminated the patriarchate from power. This trend would continue until the end of the Russian empire in 1917. By utilizing caesaropapism, Peter the Great…

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    Loggerhead Sea Turtle

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    loggerhead sea turtles are among the largest hard shelled turtles to roam the waters. These reptiles can also be found in shallow waters along the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian oceans. They often nest on ocean beaches in areas where the shore meets the water. Loggerhead sea turtles generally nest at time periods of 2 to 4 years. They usually lay around 3 to 6 nests, which are spaced around 12 to 14 days apart. Logger sea turtles lay, on average between 100 to 126 eggs per nest. (Sea turtle…

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