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Simon Cook and the Digital World - Simon Cook and the Digital World Industrialization and the Digital A contemporary, Simon Cook, argues that the origins of the digital world can be traced to the times of Late-Victorian thought. Though he provides a compelling history of the visual, the digital world on a whole does not derive from the Late-Victorian pictorial diagrams from such logicians as Venn, Carroll, or Marshall as Cook contends. My argument throughout the rest of this paper will use the work of three economists— Adam Smith, Charles Babbage, and Alfred Marshall— to show that the origins of Cook’s visual interface in Late-Victorian times do not coincide with the foundation of the digital; rather, the establishment of...   [tags: Simon Cook Argumentative Persuasive Essays] 1912 words
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Encounter Between the Hawaiians and Captain Cook - Encounter Between the Hawaiians and Captain Cook The arguments of Marshall Sahlins and Gananath Obeseyekere with regard to the cross-cultural encounter between Captain Cook and his men demonstrated different viewpoints and beliefs pertaining to whether or not Captain Cook and his men were perceived to be gods by the Hawaiians. Sahlins and Obeyesekere based the validity of Cook’s deification on several factors that will be focused on below. They both used the physical aspects of Captain Cook in relation to his being perceived as a god or not by the Hawaiians....   [tags: History Hawaii Cook God Essays]
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The Life and Contribution to the Development of the British Empire of James Cook - The Life and Contribution to the Development of the British Empire of James Cook I) Introduction      The purpose of this paper is to describe the life and the contribution to the development of the British Empire of one of the most important English explorers. It was in the second half of the 18th century when James Cook, originally a poor farm boy, explored and mapped vast uncharted areas of the Pacific and the Atlantic Ocean. However, James Cook was not ‘only’ an explorer. He can also be called a scientist – he managed to introduce new principles into seafaring and cartography....   [tags: James Cook British Empire History Essays]
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Georgina’s Struggle for Freedom in The Cook, the Thief, his Wife and her Lover - Georgina’s Struggle for Freedom in The Cook, the Thief, his Wife and her Lover        In his work "The Cook, the Thief, his Wife and her Lover", Peter Greenaway displays the complexity of his main character Georgina. We witness her constant struggle to break free from her hateful and disgusting husband. She realizes her pernicious dependence on Albert. His coercion, oppression and abuse make Georgina's life unbearable. Her need for freedom is expressed in her involvement in a sexual relation with a man completely different from her husband and his cronies....   [tags: Cook Thief Wife Lover Essays]
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About the Drunk and the Cook - About a Drunk My story begins in the suburbs of Cerenity, Kansas. A town that was so organized, with every lawn carefully trimmed, and each street practically glimmering, you would never suspect the mess that is the Hubbard house. In this one house there was a drunk, a maniac, a genius, and a bastard. And those were just boys. The girls were worse, they were sneakier and craftier. The mom was always getting pregnant and always cooking something. The twins were obsessed with fire and the youngest was a thief....   [tags: house, town, love, mother, father] 557 words
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Easy to Cook Fish Recipe - Today, more and more people are getting conscious about their health. That’s why fish dish is getting in demand nowadays since it’s a great alternative for red meats. Both red meat and fish meat is rich in protein however, fish meat has less unhealthy fats compared with the red meat. Fish like Tuna is also rich in omega-3 which is good for the heart and brain. In this article we will be enumerating different and easy-to-cook fish recipe that are not just good tasting but healthy as well. We will also be tackling about the different ways to cook a fish dish....   [tags: healthy nutrition] 546 words
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James Cook - Great European Explorer - Did you know one European found five different islands. The islands are New Zealand, New Guinea, Hawaii, Tahiti, and Australia. His name is James Cook. He was a great explorer from Europe. James Cook was born on October 27, 1728 in Yorkshire, England. James Cook and his father share the same name James Cooks’ mother’s name is Grace Pace prior to marriage. His siblings are John, Christina, Mary, Jane, Mary (2), Margaret, and William. James Cook married Elizabeth Cook they had six children they are James, Nathaniel, Elizabeth, George, and Hugh....   [tags: Biography] 619 words
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How to Cook Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup - To have fresh homemade chicken noodle soup the cook time is estimated to be an hour and forty-five minutes. When organizing the process of cooking chicken noodle soup, there are three phases, steaming, preparing vegetables, and wrapping up. Out of the hour and forty-five minutes of cook time, only forty-five minutes is preparation. Making fresh delicious homemade chicken noodle soup is not as complicated as one may think. When the process is well planned the cooking experience should be a smooth ride....   [tags: recipes, making your own meal] 754 words
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King Lear and Laurence Cook: Two of a Kind - Although King Lear and Laurence Cook are from completely different eras, they are two of a kind. They both established impressive kingdoms, amassed large amounts of land, and achieved an elitist status in the process. Consumed with themselves and with the acquisition of material goods, they assumed that their ‘greatness’ would somehow render them infallible, and allow their children to perhaps become carbon copies of themselves. The reader knows that this is not the case, that the tale of these two fathers is a tragedy, and that their fortunes became their Achilles’ heel and that of their children....   [tags: Character Analysis] 1989 words
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How to Cook an Authentic Italian Pasta Sauce - For many, Italian cuisine is an inspiration concentrating on the freshest, most perfect ingredients. Its true brilliance is behind its simplicity of preparation that holds a representation of the colors of the Italian flag: the red, white, and green that are echoed repeatedly in various dishes. An authentic Italian pasta sauce is a key component to many classic Italian dishes such as baked ravioli, or chicken Parmesan. After reading this recipe, cooking a tomato sauce that is exceptional with various Italian dishes will become a second nature....   [tags: Instructional Essay, Process Essay, How To Essay] 705 words
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A Brief Biography of Elliot Cook Carter Jr. - ... Between the years of 1940 and 1944 he taught at St. John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland. In 1944, he and Helen took up residence in an apartment in Greenwich Village, where they remained for 58 years, until her death in 2003. During this time, he taught at several learning institutions. These included the Peabody Conservatory, from 1946 to 1948; Columbia University, Queens College, New York, from 1955 to 1956; Yale University, from 1960 to 1962; and Cornell University and Juilliard, where he remained long term, with tenures beginning in 1967 and 1972, respectively....   [tags: American classical composer] 1119 words
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Reflection Memo of 'Every Cook Can Govern' - ... From these principles, we can conclude that liberty and equality are basic values and components of democratic political systems. The interaction between liberty and equality plays an important role in the degree and the process of democracy of a country. Indeed, there are conflicts existing between these two primary values of democracy. Sometimes, equality can be an impediment to human liberty because it builds "herd morality," 2 puts people down and promises less than what they deserve. Nietzsche once argued that in order for human to develop freely, there should not be any equality constraint on people....   [tags: article analysis] 909 words
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Southeast Asia Prehistoric Settlers: James Cook - Southeast Asia prehistoric settlers arrived on Australia 40,000 years before the Europeans began claiming territories in the 17 century. A British explorer name James Cook has claimed Australia’s east coast in name of Great Britain. In 1829 all of Australia was claimed as British territory. The natural resources where used to develop manufacturing and agricultural industries to contribute to the British effort in WWI and WWII. Australia has become competitive internationally in the market economy due to the economic reforms....   [tags: Australia, british territory]
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James Cook the Pioneer - James Cook the Pioneer Out in the middle of an unknown body of water, traveling distances only judged with elementary equipment, seeing life forms before anyone else on the earth. Covered in a constant layer of salt, your last meal consisted of stale water, sauerkraut and some salted packed meat. The trip lasts for years and it won't be your last. These trips were performed by many sailors but none as important to Oceanography as James Cook. The reason for his travels was to establish British holdings in the southern seas....   [tags: Papers] 445 words
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Muhammad, by Michael Cook - The book Muhammad, by Michael Cook, describes the impact Muhammad has had on the world as we know it. It explains why Muhammad chose the paths he did, and how certain laws came about. Cook offers a very objective view of the laws and policies Muhammad outlined in the Koran, and the traditions that are carried on that supplement his written law. The author first summarizes the historical life of Muhammad. This begins with his birth and life before he was given his mission. Next comes his struggle to spread his religion....   [tags: essays research papers] 1072 words
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My Cook-Out - The night before Easter I couldn’t sleep knowing what a great day it going to be with delicious food. I had a dream of all the great food we were going to bar-b-que with sides and desserts. My dad and I woke up early Easter Sunday to get everything ready and I knew it was going to be perfect. We started bar-b-queing and I just love the way it smells when I just barely put it on the bar-b-que pit. Especially after the meat cooks for a while, and I open the lid and a white cloud of smoke emerges into my face like when a car burns out and I just inhale then exhale the aroma of the meat....   [tags: hospitality, ] 704 words
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Peter Cook and E. E. Cummings - Peter Cook and E. E. Cummings       Contemporary poets have made interesting additions to modern and post-modern poetry as a collective whole. They have given unique insights into the nature of modern poetry and provided a broader understanding into the purpose and concept of poetry as an art form. One contemporary poet of importance is Peter Cook.   Peter Cook is a contemporary deaf ASL poet. He incorporates American Sign Language, mime, dance, and storytelling into his performance of his poetry, which is written in American Sign Language and translated into written or spoken English....   [tags: Biography Biographies Essays]
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Canturbury Tales - "My Life as a Cook" - “My Life as a Cook” Being a cook during these days are crucial. My job isn’t the easiest in the world. Some of us, including myself, get burnt all the time. I even taste the food my fellow cooks and I prepare for poison, just so the king wouldn’t get sick. He’s been the best king I’ve ever known and would go through those procedures just to keep my king safe, in return for him keeping me safe in his castle. Let me tell ya, the king has many friends. The banquets I prepare food for take long hours in the kitchen next to the blazing hearth....   [tags: essays research papers] 520 words
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Learning to Cook: Awakening Queer Tastes - Learning to Cook: Awakening Queer Tastes The initial stages of vegetarian desire are characterized by what may be termed 'epicuriosity' on the part of the food consumer -- an inclination towards food pleasures beyond the meat-centred menus favoured by North Americans -- but often, the transition to a vegan or vegetarian diet is made difficult by the centrality of omnivorism within popular culture. From frozen TV dinners to foie gras, meat's accessibility as a convenient pre-packaged commodity means that animal products are the accepted norm....   [tags: Sexuality Homosexuality Essays]
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Premature Triplets: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Cook Children's Hospital - Interview Cook Children NICU receives around one thousand babies per year. Since the new unit was opened two years ago, they have single rooms where the parents can stay with their babies overnight, and it is controlled individually according to the patients’ needs. In the single rooms they are able to accommodate twins, triplets and quadruplets. According to Carolyn Cowling (personal communication, April.18, 2014), who is the LCSW, preemies have shown an incredible improvement in their health and are able to go home faster because they have a quicker recovery....   [tags: parents, babies, stress, anxiety]
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What Exactly Is a Solar Cooker? - ... TYPES OF SOLAR COOKERS A box solar cooker, the first solar cooker to be invented consists of an inner box, which is the main site for cooking, covered with clear glass or plastic to trap the reflected heat inside the box. The inner box is painted black to allow more heat absorption. The reflectors, tilted at a specific angle to allow the reflection of the sun radiations. The reflector should consist of a shiny surface which could be an aluminium foil. Even though there are several ideas that could be applied to improve this type of solar cooker from heating up very slowly it is still advisable to use recycled materials when constructing it....   [tags: using the sun's energy to cook] 1455 words
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Analysis of the Comedy of Peter Cook and Dudley Moore - Analysis of the Comedy of Peter Cook and Dudley Moore Peter Cook and Dudley Moore were two great comedians who started their careers in a satirical sketch show, 'Beyond the fringe', during the 60's. The audience expected great things from these two comedians in their own show, and they certainly delivered. I have recently watched three of their most memorable sketches, 'Bo Dudley', un-welcomed visitors and 'Art Gallery'. During 'Bo Dudley' Moore plays a black jazz musician. He is clearly white and has no real idea about the music he alleges he is an expert in....   [tags: Papers] 724 words
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Thomas Cook Tour Operation UK Ltd - Thomas Cook Tour Operation UK Ltd Introduction Thomas Cook Tour Operation UK Ltd is the third largest travel group operating in the UK travel industry, owning it’s own travel distribution channels, tour operation and airline. The company believes that they have earned their position through consumer recognition for their quality and expertise in providing package holidays. The instability of the market caused by high sensitivity to economic change and the intangible and perishable nature of the products sold, forces companies competing within the travel industry to constantly seek new and imaginative ways to create demand and maintain or strengthen their position....   [tags: Business and Management Studies] 739 words
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Learning How to Cook Rice-Personal Narrative - Learning How to Cook Rice-Personal Narrative During my Duke of Edinburgh Training weekend spent at Tow Ford training centre I learned a great many skills that will stay with me for the rest of my life. I learned how to work effectively in a team; how to pitch a tent, and how to navigate my way around uninhabitable and inhospitable terrain (Longformacus) using nothing but a compass and map. However, the most valuable lesson I learned from this weekend was how not to cook rice....   [tags: Papers] 729 words
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Bright Side Inside by Chad E. Cook - Bright Side Inside by Chad E. Cook Strength of Process Individually – A personal discipline for continuous improvement and change Collectively – An organizational accelerator for continuous and sustainable evolution and change Strength of Application Application learning focused on a personal and organizational opportunity, change, strategy, etc. is the easiest and most effective manner in which to learn how to apply the model and processes underlying the personal and collective transformation process....   [tags: Business Management] 1090 words
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All About Mussels - ... This method requires the steam created from the cooking liquid to cook the mussels. The cooking liquid can be clam juice, salty water, wine, or even beer. For this method, the cooking liquid is combined with herbs such as rosemary or sage and softened shallots (cooking them in butter or oil for few minutes). The mussels are placed into the saucepan after they are washed and given a good scrub. However, mussels that are opened when tapped on a counter or chipped or cracked must be discarded. Then the saucepan is placed on high heat for a few minutes....   [tags: cook, nutritious, type]
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The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg - ... The three main ideas of The Power of Habit I am focusing on arehow habits work, why habits are important, and business habits. First, we ask ourselves a significant question: How do habits work. Researchers show that habits work when they are formed and they will be broken. In theory, all habits are different in society. In truth, however, Duhigg analyzes that “habits can be ignored, changed, or replaced” (7). Also, when one habit is developed and the person makes decisions, the brain lacks its participation....   [tags: greasy cook, being a perfect man]
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Fielder Cook's Film I Know Why The Cage Bird Sings - I Know Why the Cage Bird Sings, a 1979 movie directed by Fielder Cook, is a world-renowned autobiography of Maya Angelou’s youth during the Great Depression. This movie has been reworked from Maya Angelou’s best selling novel and the story takes place in a bigoted town in Stamps, Arkansas where Maya and her brother, Bailey, grow up with their grandmother and uncle. The Angelous were African Americans, they had to deal with racism from the infamous Ku Klux Klan and the other Caucasians in town....   [tags: essays research papers] 342 words
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The Great Barrier Reef - On a June evening in 1770, British explorer, Captain James Cook heard the irritable screeching of wood against stone. Little did he know, he had just discovered the Great Barrier Reef. Off the coast of Queensland, Australia in the Coral Sea, the GBR is the world's largest reef system, it can even be seen from space. It is approximately 35 million hectares, which equals about 70 million football fields. The GBR hosts an extremely diverse array of marine life from mollusks to fish to sea and shore birds....   [tags: British Explorer, Captain James Cook, Reef]
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New Orleans: Jazz and Gobbledygooky Cook - On some days, my favorite thing to do is stroll the streets of the New Orleans French Quarter as street musicians’ jazzy chord voicings pull me in. On others, I prefer to sit in an eighteenth century concert hall in Vienna while an orchestra and a pianist perform a concerto with the richness and vibrancy that Mozart intended. And sometimes, I can’t help but melt into “Imagine” as John Lennon sits beside me and sings his magnum opus of toleration and acceptance. All of these realities are possible every time I sit down at a piano....   [tags: piano, music, emotion] 522 words
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Expository texts Real Gorgeous by Kaz Cook - Features and rhetorical devices of non fiction text encourage responses from the reader, how do they do this . We are often bullied into doing things against our will, this could also be said of expository texts which aim to inform, instruct and explain but importantly to persuade. They use shock value to force us to look at our values, attitudes and ideologies. When devices such as statistics, personal touch, persona, language and case studies are used the responses from the reader will have been deliberated by the author, Who uses these features to illicit the desired response....   [tags: essays research papers] 1813 words
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Auguste Escoffier - Auguste Escoffier      Auguste Escoffier was born on October 28, 1846, in the village of Villeneuve-Loubet, France. He was the son of Jean-Baptiste Escoffier and his wife Madeleine Civatte. His father was the villages blacksmith, farrier, locksmith, and maker of agricultural tools. Escoffier's childhood dream was to become a sculptor. Unfortunately he was forced to give up that dream at the age of thirteen, just after he celebrated his first Holy Communion Escoffier was told he was going to be a cook....   [tags: essays research papers Biography chef cook] 1062 words
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The Authors and Their Works - ... However, it was not until December 1786 that the Orders in Council were given to establish a penal colony in New South Wales (Australia), land claimed in the name of Britain by Cook on his first voyage in 1770. It was very much in Britain’s interest that the penal colony in New South Wales was a success, given the cost and the fresh humiliation of losing the newly formed United States of America. The public appeal of a figure like Cook was ripe for the picking, as the author and broadcaster Vanessa Collingridge states Kippis’ official work begins with a dedication to the king, George III, with whose patronage Even at the time of publication, Kippis was criticized for failing to conte...   [tags: historiography, E.H. Carr] 1277 words
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How Integration Improves the Tourism Industry - Thomas Cook plays an important role in the tourism industry. It is a large tour operators often mergers with other companies so as to increase its market position. In the UK tourism industry, the process of merging is called integration which most of the large tour operators will integrate horizontally and vertically. Both integrations can help the companies increase their economies of scales. According to the case study “The Thomas Cook – MyTravel merger in 2007” (Page & Connell, 2009), Thomas Cook was horizontally integrated with MyTravel to form Thomas Cook Group plc....   [tags: mergers, customers, competition] 1284 words
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Blueberry Whipped Cream Pie - Blueberry Whipped Cream Pie This recipe allows the average cook to create a delicious homemade blueberry whipped cream pie. Instead of having to buy pies and other desserts from the store, now anyone can make them inexpensively at home. Making a blueberry pie may take some time, but the end result is well worth the effort and the wait. The main steps in making a blueberry pie are not complicated, but one should not forget that there are pre-cooking and post-cooking steps that are just as important as the main cooking steps....   [tags: Expository Process Essays] 894 words
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Why Cooking Competitions are Helpful in the Culinary Field? - ... In Individual competitions you get more recognition because if a chef is alone in the kitchen then most people just look at that person. If in any individual competition a competitor wins he or she has the focus and attention of the judges. Competing in these types of competitions will help with pressure because all of the focus is on only one person and if someone makes a mistake it's a big deal because any little mistake is that persons fault because nobody else could have made that mistake because the dish or pastry is only made by one person....   [tags: food, chilli, culinary careers]
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The Importance of Exploring Student Perspective When Making Educational Policy - Educational policy is usually formed without the voice of those it affects most: students. Cook-Sather (2002) advocates for the inclusion of student perspectives as a unique voice that can influence educational policies in "Authorizing Students Prospectives: Toward Trust, Dialogue, and Change in Education." Understanding how students' easy access to electronic media influences their situated position, Cook-Sather writes, "Authorizing student perspectives recognizes and responds to the profound and unprecedented ways in which the world has changed and continues to change and the position students occupy in relation to this change" (Cook-Sather, 2002, p....   [tags: education]
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Survival in Yann Martel's Life of Pi - ... Orange juice “[pulls] back her lips, showing off her enormous canines” to prove her aggression and dominance to the hyena (Martel 126). Orange Juice’s actions are out of both defense and anger. Seeing the hyena’s ruthless nature in the murder of the zebra makes Orange Juice more defensive and vicious. Her final outreach in an attempt to survive was when she “hit the beast on the head with her…arm” (Martel 131). This startling action the orangutan produces is evidence that she has abandoned her passive nature when she witnesses the hyena’s brutal capabilities....   [tags: survive, journey, death, hardships, nature]
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The Roots of Our Digital World - The Roots of Our Digital World Today's world revolves around the storing, organization, and communication of information. While the world today may seem new and unique, this digital world arose out of a combination of many smaller steps that varied from innovations like a new discovery in science or a new philosophical outlook. In their writings Lev Manovich, a professor of New Media at San Diego University, and Dr. Simon Cook, an Economics professor at Duke University, have developed of a history of what lead to the development of the visual world....   [tags: Technology Essays]
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The Savagery in The Life of Pi, by Yann Martel - In the book Life of Pi, written by Yann Martel, the idea of the boundaries between savagery and humanity are tossed around quite a bit. In Pi’s life or death situation, the idea of savagery becomes a little obscured by the desperation to survive. There are several acts within the story that people who are not in Pi’s situation would possibly see as being savage. As I read the text, I see most of Pi’s actions as a need to survive. Pi creates the character of Richard Parker, who is portrayed as a Bengal tiger, to justify his incidents of savagery....   [tags: Yann Martel, survival, savage]
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My Passionate Hobby: Cooking - My Passionate hobby: Cooking My opinion is that cooking is the best hobby to have, because it can be very useful in life. Cooking is my hobby and has been for several years. I was about five years old, when I started learning how to cook. Cooking is something that I inherited from my grandmother; my grandmother was a professional chef and owned her own restaurant, where I learned how to cook. After I finish getting my nursing and business degree’s I would like to go to culinary school like my grandmother, and open my own restaurant, or become a culinary professor, and share my love of cooking with someone who shares the same passion for cooking as I do....   [tags: Personal Ambition] 445 words
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The Gulf War Syndrome - Gulf War Syndrome The use of chemical weapons in warfare is currently being debated. Organizations such as the World Health Organization (WHO) create a set of rules for international countries to follow for the development, production, selling, and usage of chemical weapons. The WHO created a manual that helps prepare countries for terrorist attacks with chemical warfare. They investigate areas exposed to chemical attacks, such as the Gulf War Syndrome, also known as the Gulf War Illness (GWI) (Smylie, Page 1)....   [tags: a very serious mystery illness]
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The Relationship Between Cognitive and Moral Development - Many researchers have written about child development, but the most well known are Jean Piaget and Lawrence Kohlberg. Piaget's theory of cognitive development and Kohlberg's theory of moral development have been essential in helping researchers grasp the biological and psychological changes that occur between birth and adolescence. While these theories share some similarities, they also have many differences, such as Kohlberg’s application to various cultures. It is important to compare these models in order to comprehend child development....   [tags: Jean Piaget, Lawrence Kohlberg, four stages]
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Literary Essay: Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales - One of the most recognized attribute of Chaucer’s narrative was the ability to create characters that embodied features distant from the fiction, making them very real and believable through the writing. To verify this statement it is necessary to examine Chaucer’s work. The most celebrated of them is the collection of stories "The Canterbury Tales" (originally written in Middle English) which were the last work of Geoffrey Chaucer and perhaps the best of the middle ages in England. Therefore, for literary reasons, three characters were taken for an analysis to distinguish the level of transcendence recognized (if any) in their inner and outer lives....   [tags: Narrative, Characters, Literary Analysis]
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Taking a Look at Abdominal Pains - ... This occurs by action of magnification of the stimulation of the nociceptive impulses from the gastrointestinal tract (Golan & Tashjian, 2012). The cause of this condition may be due to various reasons. Since this condition is not entirely associated with gastrointestinal tract, it would occur due to a biopsychological disorder (Golan & Tashjian, 2012) . The symptoms of CFAP may also arise due to traumatic life experiences such as sexual abuse or loss of loved ones (Buttarp, Trybulski, Polgar, Sandberg-cook, 2013)....   [tags: serious underlying illnesses]
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Haute Cuisine and Antonin Careme - Haute Cuisine has been characterized by French cuisine, and modernized in every era. On June eighth, 1784 a revolutionary French cook was born Marie- Antoine Carème, also known as Antonin Crème. Antonin would inevitably be known as “The king of chefs, and chef of kings”. Antonin’s beginning would not be easy like a kings, his training would lead him to cook magnificently, and he would affect society for centuries with his amazing talent. Antonin was born in Paris, France, where he had been abandoned by his parents at the height of the French Revolution....   [tags: Haute Cuisine, diet, France, chefs, Antonin Careme] 518 words
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Consequences of Choices - In the case of Pomona County, Calif. Versus Keith Cook, the defendant was charged with murder after hitting and killing Jadine Russell a 55-year old mother of five. Mr. Cook's was driving under the influence of alcohol; his blood alcohol level was twice the state of California's legal limit. This is how the story is known; Keith Cook had been enjoying himself at a party when he had an altercation with the party host. After Mr. Cook, made a flirtatious remark towards the party host's wife. The party host did not appreciate the manner in which Mr....   [tags: Ethics] 538 words
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Sympathy for the Devil in Nathaniel Hawthrone´s The Scarlet Letter - ... Even in his punishment, Satan tortures others, gnawing on their backs for the rest of time. The Devil as George Spiggott in Bedazzled also demonstrates venomous behavior as he repeatedly tricks Stanley Moon into suffering through his non-specific wishes. Throughout the film, we see examples of George Spiggott terrorizing normal citizens with birds, bees, and parking tickets. Spiggott even demonstrates malicious behavior as he goes into Heaven at the end of the film to be turned back into an angel, only to show that he truly has not repented at all, but rather seeks out his own personal gain....   [tags: sins, malicious, tragic, punishment] 718 words
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What You Need for a Career in Culinary Arts - ... Then after that you need to start out slow not just jump to the top. Start out slow like starting out in a restaurant and assist the chef to learn more before you become a head chef. Now there are certain things you must wear when you cook: • Must haves are: o Closed toe shoes o Long sleeves o Hair pulled back o Long pants Those are for safety issues so nothing bad happens. You need to make sure you have the right utensils. • Utensils: o Knives, spatulas, whisks, spoons o Measuring cups, tongs o Mixers, blenders, bowls, slicers o Pots, pans, cutting boards, scissors Those are just the essentials....   [tags: chef, restaurant, cooking] 601 words
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