William D. Lutz

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  • Doubleppeak In William Lutz's The World Of Doublepeak

    In “Politics and the English Language,” George Orwell laments that the English language has deteriorated over time. He is particularly frustrated with the misleading and abusive language used by the politicians, especially in the context of the wars and economic issues that were prevalent in the 1940s. In “The World of Doublespeak,” William Lutz elaborates on the same idea, but terms it “doublespeak.” He describes four different types of “doublespeak” and how they are being used to misinform people. Both, Orwell and Lutz, recognize that doublespeak is very dangerous, especially in politics where people are intentionally being misdirected away from the real issues, such as justifying atrocities committed during wars by trivializing it with “pacification.”…

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  • Robin Williams 'Mask In Through The Facade'

    someone would have a cover, or in this case, a mask, to conceal their true purpose. A famous actor and comedian, Robin Williams, can be suspected of wearing a mask to camouflage his depression. In the NBA, Donald Sterling, can also be suspected of wearing a mask to camouflage his racism. A well known singer, R. Kelly, would leave one to question if he was wearing a mask to harbor his vulgar character. All of these men can perhaps…

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  • Death Of A Salesman Willy A Good Father Analysis

    In Death of a Salesman by, Arthur Miller, Willy has a desire to be a good father to his son were his dad was not. Willy believes that if he can instill the correct values into Biff so he can be like himself or more successful. The problem Willy is confronted with is that he cares too much as if he is trying to emulate his life in Biffs. Compared to Willy Charley takes a position of hands off while still teaching Bernard to be a good student and by working hard because it will pay dividends later…

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  • My Diet's Food Group Analysis

    My Day 1&2 diet included 33%, and Day 3, 37% of my recommended calcium intake. Milk products are most people’s primary source of calcium. As I mentioned in my answer to question 2, I avoid including dairy in my diet due to personal preference. Although having dermatological benefits, this preference makes it difficult for me to consume enough calcium. This being said, after analyzing my diet for these 3 days, I recognized some modifications that could be made to increase my calcium intake. I…

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  • Sun Exposure Essay

    The beneficial effects of sun exposure, however, are mainly related to Vitamin D production. Vitamin D enhances calcium absorption in the intestines. Consequently Vitamin D plays a big role in bone health and deficiencies cause bone problems such as rickets, osteomalacia and osteoporosis (Lucas and Ponsonby 595). Apart from bone health, research suggests that vitamin D has an important role in immunomodulation, and regulation of tumor-cell development. It has been shown that Vitamin D triggers…

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  • Stages Of Human Development Essay

    as the textbook mentioned: " the body needs UV radiation for the synthesis of vitamin D, a steroid hormone that regulates calcium absorption and mineralization of the skeleton. most vitanmin D is produced in the skin" (Clark). if human being did not get enough vitamin D or sunshine, which would not benefit their growing, the bone will not mineralize properly, resulting in a condition called rickets in children. here is some information I found on the government website; " vitamin D and folate…

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  • Green Tea Research Paper

    In the online article “The Plan to Reduce Cancer Risk” (Funk, K. 2016) it states that “Studies have found that green tea slows or prevents the development of cancer… There is a chemical in green tea that starves cancer cells” (Funk, K.) this is also supported in the Journal Article “Tea consumption and risk of ovarian cancer” (Nagle, C., Olsen, K., Bain, C., Whiteman, D., Green, A., and Webb, P. 2010) in which their results stated the same claim, though it was no concrete evidence “Our…

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  • Monitoring Daily Habits

    to stop taking vitamin C and Iron supplements in the morning. My nutrition analysis says that I should be receiving 100-500mg of Vitamin C; I am exceeding this amount by 500mg. I should be receiving about 100-150mg of Iron and I am getting about 400 mg. As we learned in the presentations too much vitamin C can cause problems such as; dry skin, anemia, and also a potential decrease in metabolism. Vitamin C and Iron were not the only things that raised red flags for me though, they were just the…

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  • Cultural Definitions Of Human Development

    Human development comes from many different factors. we have adapted and mutated into the beings we are today and with that we will continue to adapt and mutate to our surroundings as we live on. Now, when it comes to being culturally defined, I believe that human development can be culturally defined. For example, people that a re native to Africa have slim bodies and are naturally more cut muscularly do to the lack of food they are skinny, but with everything they do being a physical challenge…

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  • Bone Remodeling Research Paper

    dded (a sub-process called ossi fi cation or bone formation). Remodeling involves continuous removal of discrete packets of old bone, replacement of these packets with newly synthesized proteinaceous matrix, and subsequent mineralization of the matrix to form new bone (FernándezTresguerres-Hernández-Gil et al. 2006; Fraher 1993) . These processes also control the reshaping or replacement of bone during growth and following injuries like fractures but also microdamage (prevents accumulation…

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