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    explanation as it is not clear, it is confusing to understand. In addition, this explanation indicates a connection between each demographic disaster and drought in the Maya Lowlands. The error is in explanation is that it is not free from excessive vagueness, by using the terms ‘demographic disaster’ (Gibbon 2014). There is no indication of what exactly ‘demographic disaster’ means, thereby leaving the definition of these terms for the reader to define. This explanation would have been more…

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    The Presidency History

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    facilitated by the vagueness in the wording of Article II. This evolution has created what Jeffrey Tulis coins as the "Two Constitutions Presidencies". These two presidencies are defined by the amount and kind of power the president possess. One being his Expressed Powers explicitly granted to him by the Constitution., this makes up the first presidency. Then his Implied Powers that are not explicitly stated, but are created to help him perform his duties and gain authority through the…

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    The Hermann Rorschach Test

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    wolfs, butterfly, anatomy chart. Bad/uncommon answers: Not seeing the four-legged animals, seeing a reflection. Good answers that subjects have given: 35 Bad answers that subjects have given: 2 Features are in blurred form in card 9. There is a vagueness. It is claimed that paranoid persons are usually noticing the cloud distinctively. Some good and common answers: Smog, fire, map, explosion, anatomy, human, flower. Bad/uncommon answers: Mushroom cloud, monster, fighting man. Good answers that…

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    In high school, students did not get the freedom to come up with their own ways of expressing their ideas. They were given a set of rules to follow, and it may have helped them plan and write an essay, but those who continued to follow these rules limit themselves. College, on the other hand, allows students the freedom to express their thoughts. Although they can express their ideas freely, it’s better if the writing is to the point with enough information to support it. That’s why…

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    Let The Fire Burn Summary

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    From the video “Let the fire Burn”, brought to life one of the most tumultuous and largely forgotten clashes between government and citizens in modern American history. MOVE was foundered by John Africa believed in nature and vocal about the treatment of black people in society. On May 13, 1985, after a long standoff, Philadelphia municipal authorities dropped a bomb on a residential house. The Osage Avenue home was the headquarters of the African-American radical group MOVE, which had…

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    persuade us and make us feel a certain way to vote for them. Their commercials include different meanings, and different propaganda techniques. They may use propaganda techniques such as Fear, Disapproval, Card Stocking, Glittering generalities, Vagueness, Band Wagon, Snob Appeal and other more. Candidates always think of ways to get people on their side to vote for them as the next president. One way of using their…

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    Many people often applaud the idea of freedom of choice and expression as it stands as one of the cornerstones of individuality. However, the negative effects of acting on one’s desires are often overlooked. In Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Stoker explores the idea that freedom of expression does not exist as an exclusively positive idea through the actions of the characters. Throughout the novel, the vampires continually act on their desires and wants while the protagonists act on their duties and…

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    Good evening everyone! The forum assignment for this week requires us to think of a dream we had and then go to a website that claims to be able to interpret what the dream was about. What was the dream that you used with the Dream Dictionary about (if you are not comfortable disclosing the dream skip this question and start with the next one). The dream I chose for this assignment is one I had about five years ago which is still fairly vivid to me even now because it had made absolutely no…

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    He lived his life with a discipline to provide, to both his own needs and the immediate needs of his family. Yet certain events of his past were described in a type of vagueness, such as his early childhood, where his father committed heinous acts, and his affair with Alberta, which ultimately caused his marriage to Rose to decay. The finish of "Fences" could also be described in these qualities. Concrete details are observed…

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    The crux of the Michigan case rest largely upon nine (9) purported intercepted calls, which if proven false would not subject either brother to an indictment or to Michigan’s jurisdiction. The record lacks any evidence to prove that the lawyers filed several motions important to the outcome of the case. They did not file a Frank’s motion, a Motion to Suppress Evidence of Illegal Wiretapping under Title III and there is no motion under 901, 704 or 701 that could identify the voice or establish…

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