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    of tea, almost to the point of it becoming a pattern. 9. The latest smartphone; seen as the in-thing to own and use, it is now seen to be odd in my culture if one does not have a cellular phone, let alone one with Internet access. 10. Cross-shaped necklace; most would presume it represents my religion, but I actually wear it purely because it is a beautiful piece of jewelry, and it does not bother me that presumptions can be made when I wear it. MATERIAL AND NONMATERIAL CULTURE 4 What has this…

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    Sympathy For Living, From The Dead To our knowledge the modern zombie has no consciousness, it’s somewhere in between alive and dead, walking around with a need to feed on human flesh with no parallel to the person the body used to belong to. Mike Carey’s zombie is much different, Nick is essentially still conscious but no longer eats, breaths or sleeps and his existence is basically meaningless. The story revels how this man, a stockbroker with no sense of community or companionship finds…

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    Porphyria’s mind raced as she laid in bed. The day ahead held exciting experiences and she was ready for her husband to wake up. Vincent was dreaming of the countryside, unaware of what the day meant to his wife. The countryside waited for him. Slowly, he began to get restless as he awoke. Porphyria could not pretend to be asleep any longer, so she got up from the bed. She was ready to begin the day. As Vincent laid in bed, she went into the next room. A smile played at Porphyria’s lips when…

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    Punishment doesn’t means no learning, instead a person does learn something and as a result, it would decrease the likelihood of a behavior, and also is most effective if it is delivered immediately after the unwanted behavior. Skinner’s position was called radical behaviorism and the supporters of radical behaviorism argued that his theory was misunderstood and misrepresented; a concept that uses human cognitive ability can be found in creatures by using experimentation. Hopping pigeon showed…

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    composition. The image is cropped; the area from just below her nose to her shoulders and upper torso is visible. Draped around her neck like a necklace or other accessory, is a stem with a closed flower bulb on each end, covering her breast. The white bulbs appear to be either wilting or were in the middle of budding. The focus is mainly on the flower necklace, leaving the girl slightly blurred and the background out of focus. Unlike Mann's photo Levitt's New York is in color, and has two…

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    Things we talk about when we talk about love by Raymond Craver 1981, the story comes from Mr. Craver, while in his story when he has two couples drinking gin in the kitchen sitting at the table where it’s still day time in the sun is lighting up the room. While during their drinking their having a discussion on what it means to know and understand true love. Before you understand why the author would conjure up this short story one would have to understand a little of the author back ground…

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    Exquisite Adversity His blue striped tie rested against the navy silk-like dress shirt he chose to dress himself in for the occasion. The color complimented his combed red hair as it shined, more so from the sun, while its natural state was a shade darker. He had tucked the tails of his shirt into a pair of black dress pants held on his hips by a black belt accenting the shined black shoes that put the final touch to his attire. The cuffs on his sleeves were buttoned, and the collar of his…

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    Hair accessories were the most common, but necklaces were also often worn. Bandanas and colored hair clips were often seen being worn by women, but hats and tennis headbands were worn by males and females. Shoes were one of the most changed accessories of the 70s(Retrowaste). Sandals and boots had…

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    At the girl's throat was a necklace of human tongues… There's no sense talking," she said. "I know what you think, but it's not... it's not bad...Sometimes I want to eat this place. Vietnam. I want to swallow the whole country—the dirt, the death—I just want to eat it and have it there inside me…” Mary Anne is a living, breathing conflict. She is still wearing the things she wore when she arrived, her pink sweater and her culottes But the tongue necklace is a great discrepancy to who she used…

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    Testing Your Jewelry

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    piece is gold-plated, the gold can wear and show the true metal underneath. Also, if you're wearing a ring that turns your finger green or causes a weird reaction, it's likely that the metal isn't real gold or silver. Slip the ring, bracelet, or necklace under a bright light. A plated piece of jewelry will have visible tint in areas where it's been worn. Fake metals that are meant to mimic silver or white gold will have a plating of rhodium over them. This is what makes them shiny and white,…

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