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    Death, Love, Life, Murder! George Patton was a rising leader in the world as a young boy. The future famed World War Two General always had a knack for leadership. General George S. Patton was a tank commander during the Second World War that managed to do unbelievable things in war. His men respected him and hated him at times. Since Patton was such a great leader he got business done. George Patton was a great American hero that had a knack for leadership and lead America to success even though everyone thought that his ideas wouldn’t work (and were extremely crazy). November 11, 1885—A hero and a born leader was brought to life. Even as a young boy Patton had his eyes set on becoming a war hero. Hearing countless stories throughout his childhood about his ancestors, family friends, and other world famous heroes in battle, Patton wanted to follow and achieve more than they ever did. In 1904, Patton already knowing what he wanted to do with his life enrolled in the Virginia Military Institute in 1904. Getting all hold of knowledge and a good background knowledge of battle a year later changed schools and went to the U.S Military Academy at West Point. Now, just a few years later in 1909 he graduated from the Academy. Married in 1910, in 1912 he competed in the Stockholm Olympics and did very well. Always taking pride in his fencing skills he knew he was good, he scored 5th overall in the Olympics when he competed. Patton being an accident-prone man endured a skull injury…

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    flagship exhibition Andy Warhol: Stars of the Silver Screen. Different than Andy Warhol Revisited’s exhibit of his well-known pop art collection, Stars of the Silver Screen invites exhibition goers to walk through the muses and memorabilia that fuelled Warhol’s fascination with celebrities. Like flipping through the endless pages of a scrapbook, watching home videos on repeat, taking photos of everything in sight,…

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    Having been through different experiences, the protagonists that were introduced in the books The Silver Star and To Kill a Mockingbird have confronted many difficult situations. Through it all, they learned how to do the right thing no matter how difficult it was going to be. In To Kill a Mockingbird, Scout is a strong, independent young girl. She has an older brother named Jem who is an influence on her tomboyish behavior. Scout’s dad, Atticus, is a good man with strong beliefs about what…

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    The radiant cut was only created in the mid-70s by Henry Grossbard who was a master diamond cutter. It's a deep cut with an average of 70 facets and is a perfect square even with its rounded edges. The radiant cut has the brilliance of the round cut. The radiant cut was created to take the round brilliant and the emerald cut to show off both of their best qualities. Pros of a Radiant Cut Diamond Engagement Ring Intensity of Brilliance Every woman wants an engagement ring that will sparkle…

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    A polymer is a large molecule which is formed by repeated linkage of small molecule called monomers. Conducting polymer have been the subjects for many decades as possible synthetic metals. Many of these polymer, especially those with a conjugated pi-bond system ,often yield higher conductivity once having undergone the doping process. Polymers are typically insulators due to their very high resistivity .Insulators have tightly bound electrons so that nearly no electron flow occurs ,and they…

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    of silver are mined yearly? That is equal to more than 46,011,428 pounds of silver! The word silver comes from the Anglo-Saxon word seolfor. Along with the words purple and orange, there is no word in the English language that rhyme with the word silver. Silver is a metallic metal with the atomic number of forty-seven, out of the 118 elements on the periodic table, silver is the best reflector of light. Prior to 1965, all U.S. coins were about 90% silver. History Mining In about 3,000…

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    precipitating her ability to control lightning in a room full of Silvers. Red in the Head, Silver in the Heart (Chapter 8): This is the moment she meets Lucas Samos, the king, Elara, and Maven, her future betrothed. The king describes her as poor, rude, immoral, unintelligent, impoverished, bitter, stubborn, and a blight upon her village and the kingdom. Her days in the palace are spent in practice sessions using her new ability, learning the proper etiquette of being a lady, and having secret…

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    Tin was really popular during the civil war. This tin filling was used when the patient couldn’t afford the gold filling. The tin filling also could sometimes be placed in places where the gold fillings could not fit. Platinum was used occasionally during the 19th century. Platinum was only occasionally used because it’s too hard to be formed in to a foil. [2] Silver was a popular filling also during the 19th century but like platinum was hard to be used. Both silver and platinum are less…

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    Case citation: Gendron v. Supply and Services Union of thhe Public Service Alliance of Canada, Local 50057, [1990] 1 S.C.R. 1298 Facts: The respondent started to work at the Royal Canadian Mint in 1979 as an operator. At the time when he was hired he already had experience as a tinsmith and electrician's helper for 1 year and ½. Both as an operator and in his prior occupations he has been a member of the union and thus subjected to the collective agreement. The Royal Canadian Mint poster a…

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    Blue People Case Study

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    disorder of how and why the family’s skin turns blue. Some facts about the blue people of Kentucky. The family has lived in the mountains in Kentucky. The two people had seven children together, but four of their children are blue. Martin and Elizabeth both carry a recessive gene that turned four out of the seven of their children blue. Doctors believe the reason for this is because of a blood disorder called Methemoglobinemia. The family suffered their whole life with this blood disorder.…

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