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  • Desmoplastic Ameloblastoma Case Study

    Desmoplastic Ameloblastoma: A Case Report Abstract Ameloblastoma is the most common odontogenic tumor of epithelial tissue origin. There are various types of Ameloblastomas. In that, Desmoplastic ameloblastoma is one of the rare variant of ameloblastoma. Because of its rare occurrence, exact nature of the lesion yet to know. Hence nature of the Desmoplastic ameloblastoma need to be highlighted. We report a case of desmoplastic ameloblastoma in a 45-year-old female with a painless swelling in…

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  • What Is Primal Religion

    Chelsea Schafer Humanities 10 7 October 2016 The Definition of Religion can be defined as a set of teachings and or writings that are preserved through traditions and are practiced as rituals and beliefs. They give one a compass and guidance towards life. Religion does not have to be written down, it can also be passed on through oral means. These teachings and writings include guidelines on how to perform rituals. These rituals are passed on from one generation to the next in a set of…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Reincarnation

    Religion has greatly impacted millions, or even billions of people worldwide, which may include four extremely important religions in the eastern hemisphere such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Daoism, and Confucianism. These religions of the eastern hemisphere have been around for millennia’s, and can be similar in a few aspects as well, but completely different at the same time. They have shaped their own societies in ways that are still even used today, and have brought hope to the lives of not…

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  • Qin Shi Huang Case Study

    Rationale In this report, the “Rise and Fall of the Qin Dynasty” will be addressed. I intend to delve into the cultures of the Qin Dynasty, specifically exploring events and aspects of the ancient era, highlighting how they have transcended through time to impact on our interpretation of the past. In particular, I wish to evoke an array of viewpoints on the much debated topic of “whether Qin Shi Huang was successful as a leader”, I will compare these viewpoints to sufficiently reach an unbiased…

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  • Palmprint Case Study

    CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE SURVEY LITERATURE SURVEY Palmprint is the inner a part of a person’s hand. Its individuality and capability for characteristic people has come to the fore only now. it's conjointly one amongst the dependable modality because it contains additional options than that of the opposite modalities like principal lines, orientation, minutiae, singular points etc. The human Palm has numerous options like geometric options, delta point’s options, principal lines options, minutiae,…

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  • The Importance Of Technology Acceptance Model

    Introduction: The advancement in the internet technologies (2G, 3G) as well as the mobile communication industry along with the increasing popularity of mobile communication devices such as smart phones, tablets, net books and laptops, has led to the emergence of mobile commerce as an alternative business model. Mobile phone today is considered as a lifestyle device and not just a tool to connect (Thakur & Srivastava, 2012). Its functionality has gone far beyond the function of merely connecting…

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  • Spiritual Autobiography: My Journey As A Spiritual Journey

    My spiritual autobiography begins during my second year of high school and will cover about until the end of this class. There are many changes I went through during this period of time in terms of spirituality, and how I perceived the world. This autobiography will mainly focus on my transition from a catholic to everything else, and how I was able to use this experience to relate to Otto and Lauren and their own spiritual journeys. My journey began at St. Ignatius high school where we…

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  • Pain Management Research Paper

    Use of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Pain Management Kevin Cates Hypothesis: TCM is an effective choice in pain management, specifically chronic pain and psychogenic pain of the lower back area. Chronic Pain and Pain Management: Chronic pain is a major health issue in our modern day society. It causes immense suffering for patients and their families, drains public health care resources and is a major detriment to society due to lost work productivity. Current western medical treatments are…

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