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    The city of Camel topia is a perfect city with riches beyond anyone 's wildest dreams. The city is ruled by King Mohammed the VIII, a glorious ruler that has made the city literally perfect. There is no conflict in the Utopia of Camel Topia and every camel lives for an upscale of a thousand years. There is however a grim secret that lurks in the minds of only two camels in Camel Topia. King Mohammed and his trusted servant, Pepe. The two camels are the only ones who know that the residents of “The Golden City” are not the only camels in existence. Outside of the gates of Camel Topia resides a disastrous group of feral camels with the single goal of taking over the city. These camels are led by “The Pale Camel.” Otherwise known as “The Ghost…

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    One reason was because in 1889 the United States was full of poverty. So Mother Cabrini organized catechism and classes. She also provided the essentials for those who needed them. ("Mother Cabrini") Mother Cabrini also founded 67 ministry institutions. One of the camps was Queen of Heaven Camp In Golden, Colorado. The summer camp was for orphan girls. In the camp there is a 22 ft tall statue of Jesus (Colorado Virtual) Another reason was because in New York at the time there were about…

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    Mongol Uprising Analysis

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    Great Khanate in and around China, the Ilkhanate of Persia, Iraq, and parts of Anatolia, the Chagatai Khanate of Central Asia, and the Golden Horde that controlled much of the Western and Southern parts of Russia. Due to the Mongol’s leadership style, it would not be hyperbolic to state that the rule of the Golden Horde over Russia took on many unique aspects that set it apart from other ruling bodies. Despite certain differences that arose as the other parts of the…

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    I am a green dragon living lonely in a mountain by a small town. I used to like looking down the town from the top of the mountain. People living in the town were living simply. They did not seem to have much stuff, Sometime they weeped when people died, yet the most of the time, they helped each other and looked happy. I started wondering what the true happiness is. So one day, I left for a journey to find the happiness. I flew over a couple mountains. I skipped some lakes. And I arrived an…

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    Golden Girls was an NBC show written by Susan Harris. Golden Girls aired on Saturday nights with the idea that the show would raise their ratings and bring in an older demographic. NBC had a hard time fulfilling Saturday ratings until Golden Girls joined the line up. There are a total of 180 episodes. Golden Girls had 15 Emmy nomination and 10 wins, Golden Girls ran from 1987 and eventually ended in May 1992. The shows premise surrounds three widows and one divorcé, based in Miami all living…

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    Comparative Eschatology

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    races was written by Hesiod, a Greek poet. He explains that at the beginning of the world the Olympians created the Men of Gold, resulting in the Golden Age. These men were nearly perfect and lived like gods. Once they died, their spirits lived above the earth, aiding the living. Following the Golden Age was the Silver Age, with men who were slightly worse than the previous men. Instead of remaining happy amongst one another and praising the gods, they began to fight against each other. The next…

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    getting under way a restoration in European science, which had lain generally lethargic for quite a long time amid the Dark Ages. Specifically, in 1202, he composed a colossally powerful book called "Liber Abaci" signifying "Book of Calculation", in which he advanced the utilization of the Hindu-Arabic numeral framework, portraying its numerous advantages for traders and mathematicians alike over the cumbersome arrangement of Roman numerals then being used in Europe. In spite of its undeniable…

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    Apuleius’ The Golden Ass and Juvenal’s Satires 3 and 4 use black humour as a leeway to express the seriousness of the situation through humiliation and dramatization in order to keep the audience entertained. Humour, especially black humour, which often involves a taste for the macabre, is used to make light of something that is considered serious or taboo. In The Golden Ass, black humour is used to illustrate Lucius’ trial where he is made a ridicule of in front of Hypata’s citizens for the…

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    The literal rule is one way in which statues are interpreted. The courts do not subvert the law but just apply the law that is created by parliament. This rule gives all words their ordinary meaning and must be followed even if the result is absurd. In the case R v city of London Court Judge Lord Esher stated if the word of an act is clear then you must follow them even if it manifestly leads to an absurd result . Highlighting the absurdity of the literal rule Berriman a railway worker died hit…

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    in New York City. In contrast to this, when discussing ‘the island of the sea,’ Claude McKay uses a more upbeat and lively rhythm to convey the vitality and liveliness of the island. The language McKay uses further illustrates the contrasting differences that the city and the Island present to people of the time period. For example, the opposing and sluggish language McKay associates with New York life such as, “groaning cars”, “dying stars,” and “tenements, cold as stone.” (McKay, C, ‘When…

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