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    Language Used In Sports

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    language used in sport derives from the context of commentary, magazines and even news headlines. Through studying the language techniques prevalent in contexts within these categories, contrasts can be distinguished between the two forms of cricket, the Australian Big Bash League and International Test Cricket. Commentary is the most obvious form context to analyse as it is so unique to sporting events. Literary techniques constantly vary and the language is in no way consistent in every aspect. This is because the language is implemented through conversation as the commentators exchange thoughts and provide the…

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    text their friend ten-thousand miles away in less time than it would take to have a conversation with their neighbor. People around the world are becoming more connected (global). However, simultaneously, many are reasserting the value of localism in a diverse array of ways ranging from heightened nationalism to the emergence of local food movements. Therefore, it would be a mistake to assume the world is simply becoming more homogenized; instead, a complex mosaic of local and global forces act…

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    From darkness into His marvelous light – (My conversion experience) I am the first born in a strong Buddhist family in Sri Lanka. My grandfather was a Buddhist Priest and I thought Buddhism was the best religion in the world. From very young age of my life I wanted to become a medical doctor, and I prayed every day in front of Buddha’s statue asking him to make me a doctor. I also studied very hard to achieve this goal. I heard about Jesus when I was in the university, but I never wanted to…

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    haven’t read it, this authentic and touching novel follows the thoughts of many Sri Lankan Tamils with different background during the dreadful civil war. It especially follows the eponymous character Anil, a slightly morose and independent forensic pathologist. Just like the theatrical presentation of Tolstoy’s War and Peace, Tzu’s The Art of War or Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five, the theme of war is often present in plays. Plus, I think people prefer or at least are keener to watch dramatic…

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    serious wound on her leg. After tsunami, she only found her eldest son , Lucas and she thought her husband and other sons were all dead pessimistically. Maria and Lucas finally saved by locals and sent to hospital.On the other hand, Henry and his other sons , Thomas and Simon were survived from the tsunami. Henry never giving up looking for his wife ,Maria and his son , Lucas even though he was hurt. During his way ,he accompany with Karl who was also searching for his families. The Bennett 's…

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    will lead any study to a deeper comprehension of how the social, political and cultural-religious structures are organized and dependent on each other, from the grassroots to higher levels of policy making. Last week Dennis McGilvray, Sandra Johansson and Christine Sundberg engaged us in a fascinating panel on the subject of terrorism. To start, the panel focused on why people undertake the decision to join terrorist groups. Sandra Johansson explained that in Colombia, researchers came to the…

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    Unlike many other countries in South Asia, Sri Lanka is one of the original minimally industrialized countries to establish universal health care, along with free education, increased social mobility, and robust equality among genders. Compared to countries with similar stages of economic improvement, Sri Lanka has been able to obtain exceedingly high standards since gaining its independence. By implementing policies which are welfare-oriented, these standards of health care expansion and…

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    Tigers, she believed that what she was doing was right, either because she believed in a world that the Tigers idealized or because she thought the Sinhalese soldiers needed to pay for the sins that they committed. Differing personal experience and sociopolitical dynamics commonly have a large influence on a person along with their response to violence, warfare, and conflict. Sociopolitical pressures can definitely shape a person, in Island of a Thousand Mirrors it is what shaped Saraswathi.…

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    Tamils in Sri Lanka: Victims of Genocide or Politicide? The civil war in Sri Lanka went on for almost thirty years, and has been a huge human rights debate since it began because of the awful things committed by both sides, and after so many unnecessary deaths, finally ended in 2009 when the Sri Lankan government overwhelmed the rebels. It involved the Sinhalese community, who are the majority community in the country, and the armed insurrection of Tamils, who referred to themselves officially…

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    The Tamil Tigers were based in northern Sri Lanka. Founded in 1976, the Tamil Tigers are widely regarded to have been one of the most organized and efficient terrorist organizations in history, their soldiers ranging from five to ten thousand guerillas. The main objective for the tigers was to create a new, independent state in both northern and eastern Sri Lanka for the Tamils, the native group of Sri Lanka. The founding of the Tigers was sparked in 1972, when the Sinhalese controlled Sri…

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