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Turn of the Screw: A Cigar is Just a Cigar - Ambiguity by definition is an attribute of any concept, idea, and statement or claims whose meaning, intention or interpretation cannot be definitively resolved according to the rules of or process consisting of a finite number of steps. And ambiguity in plays can make the reader think in ways never thought possible, the many different meanings and outcomes. Similar to Sigmund Freud and his dream theory of not everything in a dream has relevance, cigar in a dream could mean a falase or it could be just a cigar....   [tags: ambiguity, henry james, dream theory] 675 words
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Effects of the Cigar Strike of 1937 - Not only did the strike affect money, family relationships and Nowak's ankle it erupted a domino effect, affecting other businesses as well.“They won the complete support of the whole neighborhood,’ according to Stanley Nowak. “The cigar womens strike also precipitated a wave of sit-downs by other women in laundries, restaurants, hotels, and the five-and-dime and specialty food stores in the city.” Other women in smaller businesses around the city began sitting down in strike as well. Although their strikes did not last as long as the Cigar strike it goes to show how the Cigar making women had an impact on other working women....   [tags: Detroit history, labor rights]
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The Cigar Strike of 1937 - Digging a bit more into the past of the war between cigar companies and their need for better treatment, an article popped up describing some events that happened well before the 1937 strike. During the 1900s, specifically in 1916 there was a Cigar company called Wayne Cigar Manufacturing Company who paid their workers under what they felt they deserved. Besieged by 3,ooo rioters, in the sight of a mob estimated at 15,000 persons, a handful of village police defended the Hamtramck branch of Wayne Cigar Manufacturing company plant at Geimer and Whitney avenues Thursday night for two hours, until the arrival of reinforcements from Detroit and the action of Fire Chief Martin Bishop of Hamtram...   [tags: Detroit history, labor rights]
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The Cuban Cigar Industry - Even for the uneducated cigar smoker, Cuban cigars are known as the upper echelon of style and class. They have a distinct taste and feel and are considered by some as containing the world's best tobacco. Cuba's land is possibly the ideal place to grow the most tempting cigar tobacco in the world. Though other countries are making very similar cigars, Cuba's mystique still has a strong hold over cigar aficionados worldwide. Given the current popularity of cigar smoking in the United States, and the fact that Americans like the ‘finer things' in life, it would only make sense that the Cuban cigar industry would be a good entity to devote your investing money in....   [tags: Business Tobacco Industry] 999 words
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6 Cigar Myths: Separating Fact from Fiction about Cigars - What does a cigar smoker have in common with a fisherman. They are both propagators of tall tales. The fish gets bigger and myths about cigars get more embellished with each telling. Let's separate fact from fiction to bust a few longtime myths about cigars. Myth #1: "People who Smoke Cigars are Snobs" "Cigar Consumption Favors the Wealthy" – (2 myths in 1!) If you're a beginning cigar aficionado, chances are you'll hook-up with cigar snobs at the local cigar bar. Be warned, it offends them when they observe you smoking your cigar "wrong"....   [tags: smokers, taste, churchill] 775 words
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The Tradition of Smoking Cigars - In centuries past, cigars were entrenched in affluence, power and luxury. Now that they are available and affordable a cigar culture has emerged of people devoted to loving the leaf. As a beginner, you may wonder about different reasons to enjoy a cigar. Let us show the ways. I. The Tradition of Smoking Cigars One of the oldest traditions associated with smoking cigars happened during the Victorian era when gentlemen retired to the library after dinner, where they smoked cigars and sipped brandy....   [tags: gala events, cigar stories] 819 words
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Comparing A Case of Identity and The Stolen Cigar Case - Comparing A Case of Identity and The Stolen Cigar Case There are two forms of detective story: there is the 'who dunnit' idea in which gentlemen detectives are called upon in all sorts of impossible situations, but always manage to solve the crime. In this type, the reader has a good idea of who committed the 'crime'; however, the characters in the story don't. The other type of story is a mystery, in which neither reader nor investigators know who is responsible for the crime; together with the characters, the reader too is invited to figure out the sequence of events....   [tags: Papers] 1099 words
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Cuban Cigars : Rolling Process and Crop Gathering - Cuban Cigars: The Rolling Process and Gathering the Crop In 1492, Christopher Columbus discovered the island now known as Cuba. Along with the discovery of Cuba, Columbus also discovered tobacco. Since that time, Cuba has developed the reputation as having the finest tobacco and finest cigars in the world. The following article will discuss how the crop is raised and harvested. Furthermore, the art of cigar rolling will be discussed in detail. What makes Cuban tobacco the world's finest tobacco....   [tags: Cuban Cigar] 710 words
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The Cuban Embargo: An Economic Sanction that Never Achieved its Goals. Close, But No Cigar. - The Cuban Embargo: An Economic Sanction that Never Achieved its Goals. Close, But No Cigar. History of Events Before beginning my paper, I will give a very brief summary of the actions which caused the original embargo against Cuba in 1960 and the actions the US has taken since then. Reviewing this brief timeline will help to examine and critique the reasoning behind the embargo. In the early 20th century, Cuba was a nation in constant political turmoil ruled by militant dictators. Prior to the elections of 1952, Fulgencio Batista took power of Cuba in a bloodless coup....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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Cuban Cigars Brands and Companies - Cuban Cigars: Cigar Brands and Companies and Their Role in the Development of Exile Culture Political passions in the Cuban community run fervent and high. Cuban exiles were people that were forced to flee their homeland as a result of Fidel Castro seizing control of the government in 1959. Cubans greatly differ from other Hispanic groups in terms of why they migrated to the United States. Mexicans and Puerto Ricans came to the United States is search of greater economic opportunities. Cubans on the other hand were forced to leave Cuba due to their political beliefs and viewpoints....   [tags: Cuban Cigar Cuba] 835 words
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Theme Analysis of Anna in the Tropics by Nilo Cruz - The major disputation in the story Anna in the tropics is describes the life and situations of a Cuban-Americans working in a cigar factory. The owners and employees of the factory, spend time enjoying and memory of their native Cuba, and discussing fine article. Among the themes of the play are: tradition vs. change; male perspective vs. female perspective; nature; literature; acting; and, of course, love. The title of the play alludes to its tragic outcome: the Anna of the title refers to Leo Tolstoy’s novel Anna Karenina where the romantic triangle of the classic Russian novel and the tragic ending of the adulterous affair reappear in Anna in the Tropics....   [tags: cigars, unfaithful, lover]
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pipes and cigars - Pipes and Cigars The 1991 edition of The World Book Encyclopedia defines a cigar exactly as follows “Cigar is a tight roll of dried tobacco used for smoking. Cigars range in size from short, slim cigarillos to long, slender panetelas and large, fat coronas. The majority of cigars are made by machines, but the more expensive ones are hand-rolled. Most cigars consist of three parts and three types of tobaccos. Folded filler tobacco leaves make up most of the body of a cigar. The filler is held together and surrounded by a binder leaf....   [tags: essays research papers] 421 words
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Infuence of Women in America: Sacagawea, Rosa Parks, and Amelia Earhart - ... He goes into this contest with much pride, but has quite the surprise waiting for him. A five foot, one hundred ten pound girl stepped up to the mark with him (Sorg V Wild). Out of twenty-five targets Frank missed one, however Annie with her sharp aim ceased to miss any, winning the contest (“Life”). It was Frank’s first match to ever lose. He was astonished and soon found himself falling in love(Wills 37) . The courtship had begun once Frank offered Annie tickets to his next show (“Program”)....   [tags: native americans, buffalo center]
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Smoking in the United States - Smoking is on the rise with adults and teenagers. Nearly twenty-one percent of adults smoke cigarettes, and twenty percent of teenagers smoke in the United States of America. Smoking has many negative effects, but also a few positive effects. However, the positive effects are outweighed by the negative effects. In June 19, 1986, anti-smoking activists were trying to pass a bill in New York that would restrict smoking in restaurants and other public areas, the first major action ever taken by New York to prohibit smoking in some way....   [tags: USA, smoking, argumentative, persuasive] 1287 words
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Meaningful Walk With a Friend - Personal Narrative- Meaningful Walk With a Friend It was a warm summer evening. The sun had already set and its brilliance still lingered in the sky, it seemed, much longer than usual. It was a wonderful night for a walk with my friend and our dogs. I waited for him at the usual spot, midway between our houses—the corner of Annesely and Bernwood. He was always at least five minutes late, but he always showed up. Brad emerged over the small hill on Bernwood. His back was towards the sunset, so his face was shadowed in the dusk, yet all of his unique behaviors were clearly visible....   [tags: Friendship Essay] 621 words
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The E-Cigarette Marketing Plan - A cigarette, briefly referred to as a cigar could simply be regarded as a paper wrapped roll of dry tobacco leaves which are smoothly cut. The finely cut dry leaves of tobacco are rolled to make a cylinder-like pipe which is used for smoking. A cigarette is light on one end while the other end is placed into the mouth of the smoker for inhaling. Most cigarettes have on one end a filter. Cigarettes may be made of either tobacco as earlier stated or from cloves, or cannabis. Normally a cigarette is smaller than a cigar....   [tags: Business Marketing]
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Analysis of Baz Luhrmann's Use of Cinematic Devices in the Opening Scenes of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet - Analysis of Baz Luhrmann's Use of Cinematic Devices in the Opening Scenes of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet Baz Luhrmann's 1997 film version of Romeo and Juliet is updated to the modern age while still retaining the original dialogue. The opening shots are unusual but highly affective. Luhrmann starts off with a static long shot focusing on a TV in the middle of the screen....   [tags: Papers] 2180 words
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The History of Puerto Rican Migration - The History of Puerto Rican Migration Through out the twentieth century Puerto Rican immigrants have played a major role in the United States’ labor force, cultural identity, and in politics. From the 1920’s, when the cigar makers waged their union battles, attracting the attention of other trade unions to Puerto Rican workers. Today the Puerto Rican Political Action Committee of Connecticut (PRPAC) is a major player in state politics, by supporting candidates and getting the Puerto Rican community involved in the elections of the state, but also the city of Hartford....   [tags: Historical Puerto Rico Immigration Essays] 1658 words
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Elizabeth Hardwick's Criticism of Washington Square - Elizabeth Hardwick's Criticism of Washington Square Aristotle said that art was one step away from life, and criticism was one step away from that. So what does that make a criticism of a criticism. Carry the one, divide by a and move the decimal point…I don't know, I was never that good at math, but it seems like we may need to drop bread crumbs like Hansel and Gretel to find our way back to the original text. I enjoy criticism, sometimes for the purpose of learning something new and (factual and) exciting that I originally wasn't aware of in the text....   [tags: Elizabeth Hardwick Washington Square]
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Historical and Contemporary Aspects of Food and Culture in America and the Influence of Cuban Cuisine - Caribbean cuisine is a fusion of various foods ranging from foods brought to the region by European colonizers, to those from the cuisine of African, Chinese, and Indian immigrants to the region. Original Caribbean foods are said to be those of the Carib, Arawak, and Taino tribes (Miller, Vandome, McBrewster, 2010). Common foods in the region include pork, goat, and fish, cassava, rice, various types of beans. Fresh fruits grown in the region such as Guava, and Papaya are also a favorite. The Caribbean region consists of several islands and countries....   [tags: Culture ]
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Lee Tamahori's Updated James Bond's Codes and Conventions for the 21st Century - In the cinematic trailers for “Die Another Day” the director, Lee Tamahori, has used a variety of codes and conventions that convey the typical Bond genre, whilst also updating it for the 21st century. I will be discussing these codes and conventions and how they represent this genre that has become a cult in the last 40 years. The props that appear in the trailers give the audience an indication of what the character’s personalities and film genre. All of the trailers share props showing that James Bond has cutting edge technology; objects such as computers and gadgets give the impression that he is advanced and well prepared....   [tags: Cinema, Cinematography, Movies, Films] 4963 words
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Sigmund Freud: Changing the Way We Think About the Way We Think - Sigmund Freud: Changing the Way We Think About the Way We Think Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, is world renowned. His view points and interpretations of human behavior that he has presented in his arguments have always made me take a deeper look at myself. He opens up a new way of seeing things. Talking about Freud, there is never a dull or boring moment, there is always some way you can look at yourself and see something you didn't see before. A physiologist, medical doctor, neurologist(one who studies the nervous system) psychologist....   [tags: Psychology]
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Outsiders in a Futuristic Society: The Works of Ray Bradbury - ‘The Pedestrian’ was written by Ray Bradbury and was published in 1951. ‘The Murderer’ was also written by Bradbury in 1953. The 1950’s was a decade of the Korean war between North Korea and the Republic of South Korea. This then led to the Cold War, which created a politically conservative climate. It latest all decade, conformity and conservatism was the social issues at the time in the United States. Both texts are science fiction and show a deep concern with the effects of a technological revolution on human society....   [tags: Ray Bradbury, science fiction, persuasive] 940 words
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Should the United States Lift the Embargo on Cuba? - American international relations with Cuba have almost always been tense. The cold war solidified the growing negative relations, and the embargo embodied it. But now that the cold war is over, as is the Cuban missile crisis, we’re left to wonder if the embargo is really necessary. Should the United States lift the embargo of Cuba. All of the evidence, be it economic, diplomatic, or social, points to yes. We should lift the embargo. The United States embargo of Cuba has its roots planted in 1960, 53 years ago, when “the United States Congress authorized President Eisenhower to cut off the yearly quota of sugar to be imported from Cuba under the Sugar act of 1948… by 95 percent” (Hass 1998, 3...   [tags: international relations, cold war, trade, economy]
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Gender in The Crime Drama Fiction Genre - According to John Fiske, “Television as a culture is a crucial part of the social dynamics.” Indeed any television genre is based on apparent similarities, differences and on expectations as well as assumptions shared by the viewers. It is also a cross-cultural translatability as it is understood in a diversity of contexts and markets. According to Graeme Burton (2000), the genre study leads to understanding of audience pleasures and revelation of cultural myths. Also an understanding of finance and marketing within television and finally an understanding of intertextuality and postmodernist forms of television....   [tags: Television]
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The Battle of Mankind vs Nature - The Battle of Mankind VS Nature  Due to devastation caused by the dropping of the atomic bomb, man kind has only used nuclear weapons twice in war. In August 2026: There Will Come Soft Rains, the author, Ray Bradburry, writes about a nuclear holocaust in the year 2026. He writes about a house that services the nuclear explosion, and the house, which has advanced technology , performs daily activities to aid the Fetherstone family. The house is the only thing standing in Allendale, California after a nuclear explosion destroyed the entire city....   [tags: Atomic Bomb, Nuclear Weapons]
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Deliver Us From Evil Symbolism Analysis - Kathryn Polk’s prints reference a lot of memories she dealt with throughout her life. As shown in most of her artwork, you can see numerous symbolic images in her compositions. Each symbolic image holds a lot of meaning and importance to her work and vision. There are many events that influence and inspire her art like, music, friends, family, and memories. All of these different aspects of her life helped her develop each prints, expressing her ideas. She also inspires other artists through her unique techniques and skills that make her artwork differ from others....   [tags: kathryn polk, symbolism, artwork]
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Public Sentiments Concerning Chinese Immigration - Public Sentiments Concerning Chinese Immigration In 1852, there were over 20,000 Chinese immigrants living in California (Franks). Americans reacted very negatively to this influx, and their negative sentiments were made apparent in the California Supreme Court’s People v. Hall verdict, which rendered Chinese testimony unreliable. Then, in 1882, President Chester Arthur signed the Chinese Exclusion Act, a law that prohibited Chinese laborers from entering the United States (Foner, 651). From the 1850s up to the Exclusion Act of 1882, Americans felt increasingly negative sentiments towards the Chinese....   [tags: Immigration ]
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Cigars - Cigars There are signs everywhere that cigars are becoming popular again. For example, you can't pass a magazine stand without seeing two or three new magazines glorifying the subject, and restaurants all over the country are devoting entire nights to "smoke dinners." So why is the cigarette still considered offensive and is generally scorned by all. This seems strange since cigars and cigarettes have so many things in common: both are made of tobacco, both are rolled into tube-like shapes, and both are smoked....   [tags: essays research papers] 597 words
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The War on Tobacco - Tobacco Regulation Tobacco companies have been in a battle with anti-smokers for a while about regulating tobacco, and there has been a war between tobacco companies and anti tobacco crusaders, because of regulating tobacco and some lawsuits. For one viewpoint regulating tobacco would be a good thing to do, anti tobacco crusaders are saying that regulation of tobacco is necessary to protect public health; on the other hand the other viewpoint is say that the tobacco companies are saying “regulation of tobacco will do more harm than good.” There are two sides to this war on tobacco regulation and here is the first viewpoint....   [tags: Tobacco Regulation, Battle, Anti-Smokers]
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The Sins of Yesterday - ... The booth in the back allowed him to take in everything in the diner at once, and see people enter and exit. Nick the cook sat at the booth opposite the room from him, reading a newspaper and smoking a cigar. Nick wasn't a small man by any means, but he was a piglet to Dorothy's mother sow. The acrid smoke from his cigar said it was a Carajo, a cheap brand. His grizzled face, squinted eyes, and balding head made him look a lot older than he knew him to be. Nick's pale t-shirt and threadbare, faded jeans looked like they were present at the same food explosion Dorothy must have survived, but neither one seemed to notice....   [tags: personal narrative] 1388 words
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Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge - Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge 'A View from the Bridge' is a story of Eddie Carbone an Italian longshoreman working on the New York docks. He is an immigrant who has worked hard to bring up his wife's niece, Catherine. His wife, Beatrice, is close to Eddie but the relationship between them is not good as they have been through a bad patch and have not had sex for some time. Eddie is too close to Catherine and is over protective about her. He loves her like she were his girlfriend and he does not like any men, getting involved or looking at her....   [tags: Papers] 2298 words
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