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  • The Gods And God's Roles In The Epic Of Gilgamesh

    The Epic of Gilgamesh is a story that originates from Mesopotamia. Through out the epic we learn of several gods, the sun-god Shamash that helps Enkidu and Gilgamesh defeat Humbaba, Aruru who creates Enkidu as Gilgamesh’s equal because the people complained about how badly they were being treated by Gilgamesh, Ishtar the god of love, Anu the sky-god etc. There were numerous gods responsible for all areas of life. The gods were an intricate part of human life and affected daily events.…

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  • Lucid Dreaming Essay

    They hypothesized that lucid dreams are associated with higher frequencies on the EEG spectrum. Eleven participants who were experienced lucid dreamers took part in a study they had conducted. The participants were recorded in a sleep study on two consecutive days. They had eight channels to collect data; EEG data was recorded on an analog recorder and all other data was recorded on polygraph paper. Later the EEG data was digitalized and placed in a computer program that read the…

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  • Essay On School Hours

    “Sleep is the golden chain that ties health and our bodies together” was once quoted by Thomas Dekker (sleep). This quote defines the importance of sleep to keep our bodies in good health. How much sleep do you get every night? How much sleep do children ages 5-10 need? Studies show that children ages 5-10 are recommended to have 11 hours asleep every night, while children age 11-18 only require 8 hours a night (Shroff). Due to the information found in these studies public school children in…

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  • Sleeping Habits In America

    Six. That is the number of hours of sleep Sarah got last night. Six hours, that is equal to just 360 minutes of sleep. It is 6:30 a.m., and the moon is still out, but Sarah is awake. Now that Sarah is awake she must get ready for her day. Once Sarah walks out the door she will head to school for a day full of learning. Sarah’s first class starts at 7:30 a.m. and her final class ends at 2:45 p.m. Once she gets done her classes Sarah has an after school meeting for a club she’s involved in. Once…

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  • Personal Narrative: After School

    Garcia Janellie ADM 250-85 WAC #1 After School I sit in class and I look at the round black clock that is hang on the grey wall, only few more minutes for class to be done. I start to gather my belongings as I think about food after staying in class for five hours. Finally is time to go home. I grab my belongings and on my way out the classroom door, I tell the professor, ‘See you next week.’ I walk down some few stairs before I head out the main doors. I step outside, and im happy to see how…

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  • Pros And Cons Of A Good Air Mattress

    Best Air Mattress There are many types of mattresses although all are not created equal. This is a good thing, since as they say; ‘variety is what life if made of.’ What makes a good air mattress? Several things will make a good air mattress. One of these things is the price of the item you are buying. However, you need to toe the safe string here, as price does not always translate into comfort and convenience when it comes to buying a product. What has been found to determine a good…

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  • Dialogue Essays: The Adventures Of Ginny And Lissy

    “Ginny, Nelly, and Lissy, come downstairs at once! I have someone who I wish you to meet!” Mother called from downstairs. Ginny sighed and rolled out of bed. She hated when her mother woke her up by yelling; though she hated it when her mother woke her up by shaking her. Frankly, she just hated it when her mother woke her up. Ginny looked at her sisters and saw they were being just as sluggish as her. Neither of them seemed either to drag themselves out of bed. “Now!” Mother called from…

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  • Globalism Versus Nationalism: Gender Inequality In The United States

    When I was younger I had a rule about my room. It was one plain and simple rule, no shoes allowed. This was because I loved Lego’s and I loved to sit in the middle of my room surrounded by them. Like most children, at an early point in my life I was always told about germs and to wash my hands frequently. So I also knew of the unsanitary mess that was the bottom of your shoe. Therefore, I would never allow people to wear shoes in my room. While my room is such a tiny scale compared to the world,…

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  • Personal Essay: The Importance Of Morality In Poetry

    author, or actor, or even athlete, but I was professional at being who I am. I went to bed that night astonished of my courage, and proud of myself. After a long day bricks hung from my eyelids, and my body went into a tranquil state. Drifting off to sleep I wondered if my headboard was proud of me…

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  • Divorce-Personal Narrative

    did i know that? I have no idea, except the fact that my parents have been fighting about little things for a long time, and i just did not know how they could live like that for much longer. That night, my mom slept in my bed with me, we did not sleep much because I had so many questions. The next morning I woke up to find that my dad was gone. He had taken all of his stuff and walked out the door and went to go live…

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