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Nine Ten by Warren Leight - The major conflict in the play, Nine Ten by Warren Leight is jury duty. The first thing people think when they hear the words “jury duty” is sitting in a courthouse all day and night disagreeing whether a person is guilty or innocent. For most, the immediate thought when getting that letter out of the mailbox is that they do not have time. Their lives are full enough with running the kids to school and to after school activities. Their next thought may be, ‘but I’m going out of town soon’, just because a select few are going to jury duty does not mean that time will stand still and wait for their duty to be done....   [tags: jury duty, play review]
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The Little Rock Nine - “It was like going into battle every day.” This is what Ernst Green said about his experience at Central High School (Stone). Ernst Green was one of the nine African Americans that were carefully chosen to take part in the desegregation of Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas (Little Rock). The Nine African American students that were picked for this brave action were called the Little Rock Nine. These students were a massive part in the Civil Rights Movement. Little Rock, Arkansas, like many southern cities, was very segregated....   [tags: desegregation, central high school]
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Jeanette Winterson's Written on the Body and Caryl Churchill's Cloud Nine - Jeanette Winterson's Written on the Body and Caryl Churchill's Cloud Nine In Jeanette Winterson’s Written on the Body and Caryl Churchill’s Cloud Nine differences between male and female roles in society become distinct. Through these differences, an intricate web of male and female characters seems to be woven, and we can see the clarity between gender roles. With the support of Churchill’s Cloud Nine by Jeffrey Barber, “You see, I am no stranger to love”: Jeanette Winterson and the Extasy of the Word by Celia Shiffer, and “Body Languages: Scientific and Aesthetic Discourses in Jeanette Winterson’s Written on the Body,” the idea of love and gender roles present in Jeanette Winterson’s Wri...   [tags: Winterson Churchill Cloud Nine Essays] 3247 words
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The Little Rock Nine - In 1954, the Supreme Court took a step in history with the Brown V. Board of Education of Topeka by stating that, “In the field of public education the doctrine of ‘separate but equal’, has no place. Separate facilities are inheritably unequal.” Little Rock, Arkansas a city in the upper south became a location of a controversial attempt to put the court order into effect when nine African American students were chosen to desegregate Central High in Little Rock. How did the Little Rock Nine affect America....   [tags: Segregation Civil Rights Movement]
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The Nine Guardians - The story of the Nine Guardians takes place during the presidency of Lazaro Cardenas between 1934 and 1940. Lazaro Cardenas instituted the agrarian reform to break up the large ranches owned by the elite class and end the state of peonage in which the Indians on the ranch lived. President Cardenas government opposed the Catholic Church as it was believed to be the vehicle of superstition as well as the ally of the old regime. (Mason 1962, p80) The Churches were closed and many priest lost their lives for saying Mass....   [tags: Literary Analysis, The Church, Indigenous People] 796 words
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The Little Rock Nine and Their History - In May of 1954, the landmark Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court case had declared the racial segregation of American public schools unconstitutional. The Supreme Court had called for the integration of schools, so that students of any race could attend any school without the concern of the “white-only” labels. The public school system of Little Rock, Arkansas agreed to comply with this new desegregated system, and by a year had a plan to integrate the students within all the public schools of Little Rock....   [tags: Segregation, Public Schools]
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The Impact of the Little Rock Nine - America has had quite a history. Moreover, America has had a distinct history concerning racial differences. From the Civil War to the Civil Rights Act, America has showed past that is unforgettable. However, America has showed a history concerning African Americans that still show up in our present today. The Little Rock Nine, staged in 1957, proves that we are not that far away from our previous actions against a different race. In the American heritage and main structure of government, it says that all men are created equal....   [tags: Civil Rights]
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Title IX: Nix the Nine - ... NEA Today, the website for today’s news from the National Education Association claims that Title IX has helped women in nine ways. One way Title IX has claimed to have helped women is giving them equal access to a higher education, providing equal opportunities to attend universities. Title IX has also helped in career education and with protection for pregnant and parenting students. Title IX also provides women with equal access to academia and it has also changed gender stereotypes in the class room....   [tags: federal financial assistance, search for equality] 1368 words
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Chapter Nine: The Mysterious Warrior - Chapter Nine The Mysterious Warrior When the light from the blast faded away to black, everything went still. All the activity and the commotion on this wasteland came to an abrupt stop. All sound of weapons and movement halted, and for as far as the eye could see; the skeletal army stood frozen in place all about. “What’s going on here?” Willow asked after a moment, her voice so dry she could barely speak. Jack gazed around at the hordes of motionless skeletons in mesmerized bewilderment and relief....   [tags: wasteland, army, relief, quest] 1466 words
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The Nine Doctrines of War - ... There is not much they could have done about the weather, but they could have had backup plans for security. They also could have taken medics, outlined clearer plans, and have been prepared for the worst. Moreover, Operation Fortitude had set up an elaborate deception to provide the illusion that the Allies had a large army preparing to attack Calais Harbor. Patton was their General because the Allies knew Hitler would be watching wherever Patton was. The army was the First United States Army Group (FUSAG)....   [tags: security, battle of midway, japanese] 2145 words
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Little Rock Nine: Their Struggles and How They Can be Applied to Us Today - In 1957 a group of nine children crossed boundaries that no one had dared to cross before. Standing up for not only themselves, but also an entire race of people, they challenged segregation head on. Despite all the pain and agony they went through, the Little Rock Nine continued to stand against injustice for a better, more equal tomorrow. Although our country has come a long way, there is still much to be done to eliminate segregation. The end to segregation started on May 17, 1954 with the Supreme Court’s ruling in “Brown v....   [tags: Civil Rights]
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Truth in Distance: Caryl Churchill’s Use of Representative Discord in Cloud Nine - Caryl Churchill is a playwright much influenced by theatrical past, present, and future. Her work in the 1970s with the emergent Feminist movement produced a collection of plays that are in direct dialogue with the social and political climate of that time (Worthen 842). Similarly, many of her later plays look to the issues of tomorrow; A Number, for example, deals with a range of issues caused by human cloning. Influences from the past are just as pertinent to Churchill’s plays, but are sometimes a bit more obscure....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Nine Tyrants - Nine Tyrants I sat intently in front of the television as the evening news was being aired. I then watched in despair as the newscaster announced the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act. At the stroke of a pen, a law enacted by our republican form of government was subverted at the hands of a panel of nine, unelected judges. It is the duty of the judicial branch of government to interpret the law, but that is simply not what I it does. We are living in a country with a judiciary that is constantly driving a knife into our republic, and I fear that our nation is slowly bleeding to death because of it....   [tags: Supreme Court, judicial branch, United States]
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Little Rock Nine - ... Just like the whites, the blacks weren’t entirely happy about the integration either. If Melba had not talked about her experiences that morning, we would not know how some of the black that surrounded her felt. The blacks that surrounded her everyday mirror the emotions of what other blacks in their community felt as well. Melba’s friends began to avoid her because they feared for their own safety and because she became very committed to integrating while undergoing the abuse at Central. It is always important in history that we know both sides of a situation, and Melba’s autobiography provides a clear description of the black’s emotions as well as the whites....   [tags: important groups in history, Civil Rights movement] 808 words
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To Kill A Mockingbird and the Little Rock Nine - When a group of children known as the Little Rock Nine stepped onto the campus of Central High School of Arkansas on September 4th, 1957, they changed history forever. By being the first black students to attend a traditionally white high school, the nine students helped move America toward a more fair and constitutional attitude toward colored people. To Kill a Mockingbird was written during this time period and deals with many of the same cultural issues even though it’s story takes place a few decades earlier....   [tags: Central High School, Civil Rights Movements]
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Litttle Rock Nine - Prejudices will always be prevalent in some way, shape, or form. If feelings of racial superiority are allowed to fester, eventually they can become strong enough to push people to radical actions. The Little Rock Nine is a group of nine African-American students who decided to make a stand and make a large step towards breaking down the walls of segregation. Despite evident opposition, their determination and fortitude set in motion a series of events that have accelerated the progress of integration within the United States....   [tags: Civil Rights]
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Case Study Nine - ... Harassment is against the law when it creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working environment, or when it interferes with an individual’s working condition (U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, n.d.). Employee 2’s working conditions were clearly violated. Harassment can be physical or verbal and any form of unwelcomed conduct and Employee 1 clearly demonstrated unwanted advances (U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, n.d.). The supporting documentation for dismissing Employee 1 is, “In many employment agreements, circumstances constituting a basis for “for-cause” termination are defined as misconduct, violation of corporate policy or practice and material fail...   [tags: events at ABC Nursing Home] 1032 words
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Lessons from the "Little Rock Nine" - Motivators and movers – where would the world be without these people. It is these beings that cause belief to become action and compel the masses to move through their example, sometimes unknowingly. In 1957, nine young African-Americans voluntarily chose to desegregate Little Rock Central High and break free of the black-white mold that society had made. Those young students became known as the Little Rock Nine - hated by those unlike them, terrorized by schoolmates and even ostracized by their people....   [tags: Racial Issues]
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The Nine Step Stairway to Effective Evaluation - ... Although all steps are essential, this is probably the most important because an extensive review of who is involved and who will be affected by the evaluation is identified (DiClemente et al., 2013). Once identified, it is critical to note that there may be needs or issues that may need to be addressed from all those involved so it would behoove one to be open to suggestions. Bottom line is to collaborate (DiClemente et al., 2013). Step 3 is defining the evaluation objective, which is “a general statement that conveys the purpose of the planned study in precise terms” (DiClemente et al., 2013, pp....   [tags: Business, Stakeholders]
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Wal-Mart and The Nine Principles of Sustainability - According to Marc J. Epstein (2008), to help understand what sustainability is in the context of corporate responsibility, [Epstein has] broken it down into nine principles. These nine principles… highlight what is important in managing stakeholder impacts (i.e. the impact of company products, services, processes, and other activities on corporate stakeholders). (p. 36). Evaluating a large company such as Wal-Mart against these nine principles can give eye opening clues to how much of a leader they are in meeting the needs of their current stakeholders, as well as forecasting and preparing for the needs of their future stakeholders....   [tags: Business Administration]
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Can an Island Have Nine Lives? - ... In an ignorant way, I underestimated how important it was to be more involved with Tori. In retrospect it seemed that we paired off by gender. I spent more time mentoring Coty, though Kira spent time mentoring both kids, she spent far more time with Tori than I did. Now that I have grown to know Tori better, I realize that she is every bit as special and irreplaceable as her brother. She was a certified river rat, and her two daughters were destined to become river rats too. Outdoor activities and generating their personalized form of amusement were a part of our river culture and family heritage....   [tags: personal narrative] 872 words
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Sixty-Nine Cents, by Gary Shteyngart - The author Gary Shteyngart of “Sixty-Nine Cent” describes himself in a tug of war between the Russian culture of his parents and the American culture in which he wants to be a part of. At the age of seven, Gary Shteyngart and his family immigrated to the United States from Russia. When he was fourteen, his family and other Russian immigrant made a trip to Florida to see Disneyland. He describes “the ride over the MacArthur Causeway to Miami Beach was my real naturalization ceremony”( Shteyngart 103)....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Melba Patillo and the Arkansas Nine - Melba Patillo changed history by enduring one of the first high school integration in history. Without Melba's bravery and endurance we would not have black people and white people together in the same building, much less in the same schools. Melba and the other eight black students spent one gruesome year at Central High, which is located in Little Rock, Arkansas. They not only tried to socialize and study, they had to go to press conferences concerning integration and were forced to ride in a car driven by soldiers....   [tags: Racial Segregation Integration] 704 words
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The Many Benefits of Section Nine - The Many Benefits of Section Nine Section Nine affects all women, not just athletes or children young enough to benefit from equalized funding. Women of all ages, all traditions, and cultures, even/especially the older generations who are being confronted with the changing image of the woman as projected through their grandchildren and children who are benefiting and changing in correlation to section nine. This is seen in all the movies we've watched this semester, and I assume is experienced in most homes and families with young woman....   [tags: Sports Athletes Essays] 939 words
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Baldwin and The Little Rock Nine - The Little Rock Nine: Weaving the Tapestry of American History Throughout his literature, James Baldwin discusses the issues of racial inequality within America and discusses reasons for the conflicts between races, proposing his solutions to the problems. One of the most important and recurring motifs between his works is the idea of history; the history of whites in western society and its origin in European thinking and the history of the American Negro, whose history is just as American as his white counterpart’s....   [tags: James Baldwin]
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A Feminist Analysis of Cloud Nine - Feminist Analysis of Cloud Nine In 1979, Caryl Churchill wrote a feminist play entitled Cloud Nine. It was the result of a workshop for the Joint Stock Theatre Group and was intended to be about sexual politics. Within the writing she included a myriad of different themes ranging from homosexuality and homophobia to female objectification and oppression. “Churchill clearly intended to raise questions of gender, sexual orientation, and race as ideological issues; she accomplished this largely by cross-dressing and role-doubling the actors, thereby alienating them from the characters they play.” (Worthen, 807) The play takes part in two acts; in the first we see Clive, his family, friends, an...   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Unseen Effects of Title Nine - Unseen Effects of Title Nine Using the four topics, history, race and class, gender, and sexual orientation in sport, assume you are a screen writer in the year 2010. You have been commissioned to write a movie script about women's sports and current society. What is the theme. Who are the protagonists. What are the issues and how does the movie end. When Annie came in with an idea to do a sports movie, the first thing I did was laugh in her face. She quickly cut me off. "Harry. Harry what do you know about Title Nine?" "What is that, some new soy product?" "Title Nine, enacted in 1972, represents a large change in attitudes toward women and their aspirations....   [tags: Sports Female Social Norms Essays] 1389 words
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Chen Rong's The Nine Dragons - Chen Rong's The Nine Dragons Mysteries within mysteries, this is the gateway to understanding. -LaoZi (Harbaugh) Reading the Dao de Jing can be a daunting task for one who is unaccustomed to such simple riddles, as the Chinese language is so well designed to supply. The Dao de Jing itself is a collection of sayings, pearls of wisdom, which are intended to promote contemplation, an expanding of ones observational prowess, and eventually a total realization of the Dao. The Dao is the energy or being of the universe....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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The Little Rock Nine of Central High School - Mohandas K. Gandhi liberated India from oppression. Nelson Mandela liberated South Africa from bondage. Who will help liberate the United States from prejudice. Both Gandhi and Mandela saw the need for change and answered the call to do just that. Though they accomplished a great number of things, they endured many trials and tribulations. However, their persecutions did not outweigh their persistence in changing their nation. Because they saw a problem, because they fought for a solution, and because they never gave up, nations were transformed....   [tags: racism, segregation, protest] 1704 words
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Nine Stages of Divine Vision - Nine Stages of Divine Vision Nine stages of life are formed by nine crises that shape our awareness and the way we envision and experience the divine in both our cultural and isolated lives. Out vision of the divine is determined by the unique forms and forces in each stage of our lives. The first stage is the unborn stage of the womb. The first part of the first stage is the unborn womb. Since the womb is almost perfect for our prenatal needs, there is an incomparable experience of Kinesthetic euphoria which is the ideal condition for the realization of bliss....   [tags: essays research papers] 822 words
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The Little Rock Nine: Civil Rights Icons - Many events and people stand tall on the battlefield of segregation; Rosa Parks refusal to leave her seat, Martin Luther King Jr. famous “I have a dream (Struggle for Equality: Quotes From Martin Luther King, Jr., 1996)” speech, and countless other events like them. But one event that in particular stands tall as a distinguishing icon of the struggle against oppression: The Little Rock Nine. This group of black students broke down the barriers of segregation with non-violent methods; and despite the bitter social and political environment, became great people in our nation who continue to serve as icons of freedom....   [tags: The Civil Rights Movement]
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Nine Inch Nails versus Johnny Cash - Which Version Of “Hurt” Would You Prefer. Nine Inch Nails versus Johnny Cash The song “Hurt” written by Trent Reznor and originally performed by his band Nine Inch Nails is a melancholy, haunting song. Nine Inch Nails’ version was recorded in 1994 and rerecorded and released by Johnny Cash in 2002. Each of the performers has a style, which some people would argue is at opposite ends of the spectrum of popular music; one is what is referred to as “Industrial Rock”, the other is country. Indeed, the musical genres are diverse; however, the song “Hurt” transcends the boundaries between old and new, hard and soft, and especially the differences and similarities between these men....   [tags: Music Analysis ]
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Manipulation of Time in "Cloud Nine" and "Top Girls" - The manipulation of time is important in the Cloud Nine and Top Girls, two plays by Caryl Churchill. In one, she manipulates the passage of time to create a connection between the oppression of women and the oppression of those living in the British colonies. In the other, she puts the present first and the past last, suggesting that the past is more important than Britain would like to admit. Like Patrick Wright, she is questioning the idea of a national identity or heritage that wants to continue class and racial discrimination but give it a different name....   [tags: Literary Analysis]
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The Tomorrow City by Monica Hughes - The Tomorrow City by Monica Hughes The plot of this book centres around two adolescents, David and Caro and an evil supercomputer which aspires to control the futuristic city of Thompsonville.  Dr. Henderson, Caro's Father creates the "perfect" computer designed to solve all of the problems of Thompsonville by gaining almost complete power of the city.  The computer then begins to make rash decisions of it's own. It decides that humans are incapable of making decisions of there own and soon devises a method of controlling the minds of everyone in the city....   [tags: Hughes Tomorrow City] 574 words
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Exploring the Concept of Dispensation and the Nine Dispensations Referred to in the Bible - The concept of the dispensations has frequently caught my attention and sparked my interest. A dispensation can be defined as; the divine ordering of the affairs of this world, or a period in which God dealt or will deal with his creation. The Bible speaks about nine periods, or dispensations, in which God ordered the affairs of this world. Teachers and Preachers refer to these dispensations as the Plan of the Ages. You may have heard of the Plan of the Ages from commentaries on the Bible or teaching at the local church....   [tags: religion, theology] 992 words
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Grey´s Antonmy Script Season Nine - A/N: Just a quick reminder that this is set in SEASON NINE, before Arizona cheats on Callie. “When it rains it pours. Maybe the art of life is to convert tough times to great experiences: we can choose to hate the rain or dance in it.” - Joan Marques You’ve probably heard the idiom, “when it rains, it pours.” At Grave Stone Memorial, formerly Seattle Grace Mercy Death Hospital, the idiom always seemed to be true (no pun intended). This was the place where bad things happened, time and time again....   [tags: life, jounrey, idea, husband] 1725 words
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Nine Stories - Nine Stories J D Salinger wrote Nine Stories with the same brilliance as Catcher In The Rye. His style is so unique and complex that all of his short stories are truly enjoyable. Two of those stories are ^A perfect day for a bananafish^ and ^For Esme with love and squalor.^ The main characters in both of these stories, Seymour and Sargent X, have served in World War II, and the fighting has taken its toll on them. Their physiological well being was sacrificed and as a result they are no longer the same people they were before....   [tags: essays papers] 720 words
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Harassment Towards Women Playing Educational Sports - ... Some high schools had other club sports for girls however including, volleyball, field hockey and gymnastics. Only about 1 in 27 girls participated in high school sports due to the fact that these activities were not even offered in some school systems or were very limited. In 1971, only about 7 percent of all varsity athletes were girls, less than 295,000. Shirley Grandahl, now a 67 year old woman, went to Windsor High School throughout the years of 1960 and 1964. While attending Windsor High School, the only varsity sports offered for girls were field hockey and cheerleading....   [tags: civil acts title nine] 1667 words
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The Power of Six by Pittacus Lore - Between bearing the burdenful duty of restoring their planet, protecting Earth, being marked for death, and preventing a superiorly developed alien enemy from galactic takeover, Pittacus Lore’s series The Lorien Legacies places extreme expectations on its young protagonists. As the last surviving members of their species, the seven Loric children struggle to incorporate their destinies as the saviours of their planet, Lorien, with their current states of being lost, inexperienced, afraid, and alone....   [tags: raise of nine, earth, planet]
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The Story of J.D. Salinger - ... 14). To Holden, everything seemed to drive him crazy, anything that he considered phony he would push himself away from. Going back to when Holden first dropped out of high school in the beginning of the novel, his action can relate to Salinger’s lack of interest in school when he was a teenager. For example, Holden states in the following quote, that even though he dropped out of high school he still manages to perform one of his favorite things to do: read. “I’m quite illiterate, but I read a lot”....   [tags: The Catcher in the Rye, Nine Stories] 2495 words
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One of the Littlerock Nine: Elizabeth Eckford - 1 of the 9: Elizabeth Eckford Elizabeth was born in the city of Little Rock on October 4, 1941. She graduated from Dunbar Junior High School, then went to Horace Mann High School, which at that time, was an all black school. On the morning of September 4, 1957, Elizabeth was getting ready to go to her first day of school at Little Rock Central High School. She didn?t have a phone at her house, so she didn?t know that the other 8 students were going to meet at Daisy Bates. house and to go school together as a group....   [tags: essays research papers] 513 words
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The Importance of Chapter Nine in the Wuthering Heights - The Importance of Chapter Nine in the Wuthering Heights Chapter nine is a key chapter in the novel for several reasons. Firstly, it is a significant part of the overall plot; the events in this chapter dictate the remaining plot of the story. Secondly, it is in this chapter that the true natures and emotions of the main characters, Cathy and Heathcliff are revealed. Also, chapter nine demonstrates aspects of Victorian society and literature, which add to the readers understanding of the life of 'Wuthering Heights'....   [tags: Papers] 941 words
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How To Enter A Nine-ball Tournament - How to Play Tournament Nine-ball People may think that spending eight dollars on a tournament is a waste of money. Every Sunday I go to Millertime Billiards and enter a nine-ball tournament. I never go in thinking that I’m going to win at least my entry fee back, although it would be nice. On the other hand, I always go in knowing that I will walk out understanding more about the game then the night before. The tournament starts at 7:30 p.m., but the entry fee must be paid before that. After paying, all there is to do is wait....   [tags: essays research papers] 400 words
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Chinese Company Nine Dragons and 2009 Crisis, Questions and Answers - Executive summary This report will discuss and analyse the several issues regarding financial status of the nine dragons paper holdings limited which is growing at a rate of 120 percent from the last five years and suddenly washed away in the 2009 crisis. During that period of time the organisation faced rapid change in the business environment. At that Time Company forced to issue profit warning to its shareholders, market conditions were squeezed and heavy burden of debt on the company, return on sales....   [tags: declining sales, financial crisis]
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Critical review on Robert Gagne´s Nine Events of Instruction - ... We cannot jump to another event because students will be confused on what their teachers want to teach them on that day. Other than that, the third event of Gagne nine events of instructions is stimulating recall of prior information. This event has its significance in which it can help the students to recall back what they have learned during previous class. If teachers did not apply this, students might easily forget on what they have learned before. In fact, all things that we taught and learned, there must always be a link to each other and it will not stand on its own....   [tags: Learning, Psychology] 1116 words
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Gender in Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller and Churchill´s Cloud Nine - In my essay I’ve decided to examine how gender is presented on stage in Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” and Churchill’s “Cloud Nine”. More specifically, I will be looking at how both playwrights express the gender role of patriarchy in their male characters, Willy Loman and Clive. Gender, unlike the biological differentiation of sex, is a social condition that forms the basis of being a “male” or “female”. The role of patriarchy, as described by (renown feminist) Gerda Lerner, is “the manifestation and institutionalization of male dominance over women and children in the family” (1)....   [tags: patriarchy, father, son] 1283 words
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Nine Different Types of Human Intelligence: Dr Howard Gardner - ... Bodily/Kinesthetic Intelligence: the capacity to use your whole body or parts of your body (your hands, your fingers, your arms) to solve a problem. Spatial Intelligence: the ability to represent the spatial world internally in your mind. Naturalist Intelligence: the ability to discriminate among living things and sensitivity to other features of the natural world. For example plants, animals, clouds, and rock configurations. Intrapersonal Intelligence: having an understanding of you. Knowing who you are, what you can do, what you want to do, how you react to things, which things to avoid, and which things to gravitate toward....   [tags: theories, existential intelligence] 649 words
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The Nine: Inside the Secret World of the Supreme Court by Jeffrey Toobin - “The Nine: Inside the Secret World of the Supreme Court is a book written by Jeffrey Toobin. Jeffrey Toobin is a staff writer for the New Yorker, as well as, a CNN senior legal analyst. “The Nine” starts in the Reagan and ends in 2007. Toobin discusses all the major cases that the Supreme Court made a ruling on during that time period. He also talks about each of the Justices, their personalities and how they came to make the decisions they did. One of the things that I found most interesting about the book was that Toobin described how the Justices became Justices....   [tags: inner workings of the Supreme Court] 1205 words
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Can Nine Minimum Criteria Be Used for a Democracy in Yemen and Saudi Arabia? - ... However, many reports show that this might not necessarily be true. Saudi Arabia and Yemen are very influenced by Islamic law; thus, liberal or secular political parties are naturally suppressed. However, when it comes to the private business sector, Saudi Arabia seems to be more flexible. The country has private schools, private hospitals, and private pharmacies. For example, the Saudi German hospital in Jeddah, which is one of the best private hospitals not just in the country by also in the region (International Hospitals Construction Co....   [tags: freedom, elections, Islamic law]
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Analysis of The Brown vs. Education Case and The Little Rock Nine - “A negro baby had only half the chance of completing high school and only a third of the chance to complete college as a white baby that was born at the same time and place” (Hubert). Kids were treated differently by color in schools in the 1960’s; Brown vs. Education and Little Rock Nine are two examples. There are many more examples of how kids were treated in the 1960’s but these are the most known and they show how people were treated. In the North most public schools were not segregated and in the South they were very segregated, very racist, and had segregated public schools....   [tags: negro baby, white baby, education]
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Fifty-Nine Days: Our Warning for Species Being Hunted to Extinction - The Queensland government recently announced a relaxation in restrictions for poison baiting to allow farmers to “tackle the problem” of dingoes. In Victoria, similar measures have already been taken. Will protection of the dingo come too late. Fifty-nine days after legislation protecting the thylacine, or Tasmanian tiger, was passed - the species went extinct. The 1936 story of the thylacine may be repeating that history today for the many species that we find inconvenient. The dingo, sharks, wolves, to give examples....   [tags: Queensland poisoned bait policies] 693 words
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The Use of Language in A Fable for Tomorrow by Rachel Carson - The Use of Language in A Fable for Tomorrow by Rachel Carson The extracts give the impression of stark contrast, even contradictions, from the very beginning. The author chooses to use the word fable in the title, which, traditionally, is something fictional and also usually refers to the past and yet this is coupled with ‘tomorrow’. This indicates that the author is looking to show the reader that, although the situation she refers to in the second extract may not be factual in its entirety, it may not be long before it is....   [tags: A Fable for Tomorrow Rachel Carson Essays] 558 words
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Traditional Medicines: Tomorrows Miracle Drugs - Traditional medicines as they were passed on through generations formed the basis of health care in the earliest civilizations. New medical discoveries evolved from this foundation as the medical field developed throughout the ages. Of particular interest are the highly developed Turkish traditional medicines. Important trade routes from advanced societies such as the Chinese and Islamic nations passed through Turkey, thus introducing their respective medicinal knowledge to this area. In addition, Turkey has a large diversity of endemic plant species which provided them with the necessary natural products used in these "remedies"....   [tags: Journalistic Essays] 467 words
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Thematic Issues in Nine Muses by Wim Coleman - Many thematic issues are found in modern plays from classic myths in the book Nine Muses by Wim Coleman. Long ago, when life was full of mysteries, myths, or explanations, helped people make sense of a perplexing world. Myths also explain deeper questions. Such as, how did the world itself come to be. How did life begin. How were human beings created and why. And why is there suffering and death in the world. People of ancient cultures all over the world puzzled over such questions, and they created stories to answer them....   [tags: essays research papers] 1445 words
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Chapters One and Thirty Nine of Great Expectations - Chapters One and Thirty Nine of Great Expectations In the novel 'Great Expectations', chapter 1 and chapter 39 are both descriptions of Pip's encounters with Magwitch the convict. The two chapters have key differences and important similarities. In the first chapter, Pip is alone on the bleak and inhospitable marshes, the wind is cold and violent and creates a threatening and frightening mood for both Pip and the reader. Pip is a poor young orphan boy and is in the wild overgrown churchyard visiting his family's grave....   [tags: Great Expectations Essays] 792 words
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A Fable for Tomorrow by Rachel Carson - ... Carson introduces in detail DDT (Chlorinated hydrocarbons), and several other types of pesticides and how they work in Chapter Three: “Elixirs of Death.” She gives details on the many calamities brought about by their disproportionate and unknowledgeable use. She explains how these toxins have an effect on humans, animals and birds by placing themselves in fatty tissues anywhere they are inflated. The poison disseminates throughout the food chain of which we are part. It remains in fat tissue and does not trigger until an individual is under stress, or the chemicals transforms into an additional chemical in the body....   [tags: human price, nature fights back] 1553 words
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Events to Help End Segregation - ... The third event was the Greensboro Lunch Counter Sit-on which occurred on February 1st, 1960. This event while prompting similar non-violent protests all over the South, also ended segregation at the Woolworth department store chain in the Southern United States. Laws and additional rights started to change due to the events of “Bloody Sunday,” on March 7th, 1965 in Selma, Alabama. What started as a fifty-four mile march to the Alabama’s capital protesting for African American voting rights, soon became a brutal assault by heavily armed state troopers and deputies....   [tags: bus boycott, little rock nine, sit-ins] 563 words
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The Effectiveness of Part Seven Chapter Nine of Graham Greene's Brighton Rock - The Effectiveness of Part Seven Chapter Nine of Graham Greene's Brighton Rock I think that Graham Greene presents this episode very effectively. At the beginning of this chapter there is the planning and thoughts of the suicide arranged to take place that evening. As Rose and Pinkie leave the pub it hits Pinkie what is just about to happen. "He had a sudden inclination to throw up the whole thing, to get in the car and drive home, and let her live." I think this makes it more effective, and this gives the impression that maybe Pinkie has come to his senses and is going to let Rose live, and makes it seem more real....   [tags: Papers] 745 words
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Attending Melba Beals Event - I attended an event commemorating a very heroic woman’s actions. Civil rights activist Melba Beals, author of Warriors Don’t Cry, was one of the Little Rock Nine who helped to integrate an all-white Arkansas public high school in 1957. However, this was not a very easy task. She attended school amidst constant harassment, violence, and threats. Her efforts helped shape the civil rights movement and earned her America’s top civilian honor, the Congressional Gold Medal. I found her to be very inspiring, witty, and brave....   [tags: Civil Rights Little Rock Nine] 2786 words
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Comparison of Macbeth and Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow - All people have probably considered that immortality would be an extremely joyous experience. William Shakespeare’s play Macbeth, tells of the quality of life and how man exerts it; this is in direct comparison with Tomorrow, Tomorrow and Tomorrow, written by Kurt Vaunnegut. Where as he also writes of the quality of life with the implication of immortality by drinking the miracle drink, Anti-Geresone....   [tags: essays research papers] 400 words
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Telecommunications of Tomorrow - ... As the number of smart devices and Internet userbase grows, the number of communications being handled and delivered daily dramatically increases. This would mean that the technology we use to interact with one another will consistently evolved to better fit the standards of the industry and to acknowledge the creation of new projects that could re-invent how communications are being established. What might be the next big thing. Technical Innovations comes with great benefits, it has led us to continue to step beyond what anyone can achieve and take it one step further to bring out the best-of-the-best inventions of today....   [tags: technology, internet, cloud computing] 1285 words
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Nine States of Matter? The Lesser Known States of Matter - ... The discovery that we can make photons act strongly together could make developing quantum computers a lot easier. this discovery is the most recent of the five having only happened last year. Normally photons don't interact “Getting photons to stick together is not easy because they normally pass through each other without interacting”(Johnson), but as Johnson explains the Rydberg-state makes it possible. the Rydberg state occurs when you fire light into a medium and then the lights energy causes the mediums molecules to bond together with a covalent bond and that makes the light slow down due to lost energy....   [tags: BEC, superconductors, superfluids] 906 words
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Two Sources on Desegregation and the Little Rock Nine - In 1957 Little Rock High School allowed 9 black students to attend the school due to forced desegregation. At the first attempt of the students going to the school, they were kept out by armed guards at the gates which were sent by Governor Orval Faubus. The second attempt went slightly better as President Eisenhower sent federal troops to escort the students through the rioting white students. The troops were then used as body guards for the first few days to keep the new students safe, but once dismissed the white students could taunt and tease them as much as they wanted....   [tags: Segregation, African American, Civil Rights] 658 words
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Tomorrow is not Today, Today is not Yesterday - The great Buddha once said, “The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, worry about the future, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly” (Jonathan, How to Live in the Present). Unfortunately, humanity today doesn’t always conform to that statement. The human race generally hates chaos and disorganization in any shape or form. That being said, humans love to plan ahead and look to the past to avoid future mistakes.Typically this is fine to do, since everybody does it at some point in their life, but its when you begin to over think the events of the past or the future that it becomes a problem....   [tags: Organization, Worrying, Future]
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The Impact of the Internet on the People of Tomorrow - ... There is so much that you can do with one click of a button. I spend more time on phone that I do reading a book. One day I gave up technology for 24 hours. It was the longest 24 hours of my life. I turned my cell phone off and even the television. With all the extra spare time I was able to catch up on a lot o school work. Smart phones such as Androids and IPhones are also becoming popular. You can send emails, send text messages, search the Internet, take pictures, and make calls from one device....   [tags: technology, harmful, social media] 815 words
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Science and Students: The World of Tomorrow - Everyone says this generation is the future, the people and the citizens of tomorrow’s society. Except if this generation is not educated to grow and progress with the planet and learn how to help it, there will be no “next generation”; the earth simply will not be able to sustain our life forms. This is why science education is important to the future of our lives and our planet. Where if not for the innovation of science and its cures, we would still be living in the Dark Ages where the simple flu would have killed a family, and smallpox and other diseases caused epidemics and panics....   [tags: Science Education ] 874 words
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Cloning: The Face of a Better Tomorrow - As the world has grown and developed, there has been more of a demand for newer and more efficient ways to solve world problems. Cloning has opened up doors and shined some light onto some optional ways of resolving various global issues. Cloned animals could be used to increase productivity in the manufacturing and sale of meat. Cloning could also improve our agriculture and help to preserve our animal population. Lastly, cloning could quite possibly serve a major purpose in the medical field. In spite of several doubts and risks, cloning is an innovative process that can produce a variety of overwhelming benefits that can better today’s and tomorrow’s future....   [tags: Ethics ]
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Cultural Understanding: For a Better Tomorrow - Cultural Understanding: For a Better Tomorrow Communication is the basic of human relation. What one learns during youth will influence them for the years to come. What a better way to make a difference then to help shape young mind. Teaching them to communicate with individuals from different background is a grand move toward expending one’s perspective. Language is a great way to learn more about other culture, and the world around us. After all, children need to be nourished in order to bring a better and more understanding world....   [tags: Japan] 693 words
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Hypercar: An Improved Tomorrow - The majority of people, especially in America, cannot go about their daily lives without a car. Automobiles have instilled themselves in peoples’ lives and shown their usefulness since their debut in 1769. Since then, humans have redesigned and refined the automobile thousands of times, each time making the vehicle more efficient and economical than before. Now as the world approaches an ethical decision to dwarf all others, many people look toward automotives for yet another change. The emergence of the hypercar due to ecological turmoil exemplifies the change the world has demanded....   [tags: Automobiles ]
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Effect of 9/11/01 on Aviation - September 11, 2001 is a day that will forever live in infamy inside the hearts and minds of American citizens. On that morning, the world saw live the destruction and devastation that terrorism can deliver right to our own backyard. Shocking images of the whole tragedy can still be seen on television even now, a whole six months later, yet even now it still seems unimaginable. As most Americans know, the Federal Government has implemented a huge amount of change to our foreign and domestic policies as a result of 9/11....   [tags: Nine eleven] 1050 words
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The Office Of Tomorrow - The Office of Tomorrow      In an increasing number of companies, traditional office space is giving way to community areas and empty chairs as employees work from home, from their cars or from virtually anywhere. Advanced technologies and progressive HR strategies make these alternative offices possible.      Imagine it's 2 o'clock on a Wednesday afternoon. Inside the dining room of many nationwide offices, Joe Smith, manager of HR, is downing a sandwich and soda while wading through phone and E-mail messages....   [tags: Technology Predicting Business Office Essays] 3741 words
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Speculative Fiction in Marionettes, Inc. by Ray Bradbury and Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow by Kurt Vonnegut - ... There is the Schwartz family that lives together in a small house. They are wanting their oldest member of the family to die so they can get is money, and don’t have to worry about his nagging at them so much. When they try to drain the medicine something terrible goes wrong. “Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow” is more plausible than “Marionettes, Inc.” because of over population, advancement in technology, and people afraid of death. “Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow” is more plausible than “Marionettes, Inc.” because of over population in the world....   [tags: population, fear, technology]
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Designer Baby: Tomorrow’s Future - Designer Baby: Tomorrow’s Future Imagine a world where diseases, such as cancer, are obsolete and choosing babies physical appearance is the new fad—imagine the designer baby. A “designer baby” is an informal name used to describe a baby whose genetic makeup is altered through pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) (see figure 1 for more information on the process). The term designer baby implies that a baby’s genetic makeup can be pieced together, as many do with clothes. Hence, a designer baby is essentially like designer clothes....   [tags: ethics, freedom, building master race]
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