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Elements of Magical Realism and Sublime in Toad's Mouth - Elements of Magical Realism and Sublime in Toad's Mouth         "Toad's Mouth" is a short story written by Isabel Allende in 1989. She has lived in Chili for most of her life, but she was born in Lima, Peru. Her father was a diplomat in Peru, but when her parents divorced, Allende's mother took her back to Santiago, Chili, to live with her grandparents. She wrote her first novel, The House of Spirits, around 1981. It became an international best seller. After reading "Toad's Mouth, I believe that magical realism and sublime literature have many things in common....   [tags: Toad Mouth Essays]
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Healthy Mouth, Happy Mouth - The oral cavity is home to a great variety of primitive organisms. It is the gateway to two of the most imperative body systems, the gastrointestinal and the respiratory systems. The oral cavity is the drainage to secretory glands called the salivary glands of which there is between 600-1000 small glands located throughout the mouth. They are exocrine glands that release their secretions through tiny ducts that open into the mouth. There are three major pairs of salivary glands however that contribute the most to the oral secretion and these are; the parotid gland, which is the largest and it is located at the back of the jaw, the submandibular gland, located in the lower jaw, and the sublin...   [tags: oral cavity, saliva, medicine, dental health]
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Comparing the Anatomy of a Rat to a Toad - Aim The aim is to compare the integumentary systems and the digestive systems of a rat to that of a cane toad. Introduction The Integumentary system is defined by Adam.com, Inc. as an extensive system compromising of skin, hair, nails along with sweat and sebaceous glands. It also includes specialized nerve receptors which alert us to changes around us such as touch, cold, heat, pain, and pressure. These organs help in the way that they protect internal structures, protects against entry of diseases, temperature regulation and excretion through perspiration (2001)....   [tags: anatomy and physiology, biology, veterinary] 2150 words
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The Cells of the Mouth - The cells of the mouth have some of the fastest turnover rates in the body. This is because oral cells have to grow quickly enough to aid the immune system, to keep nearby organs free of bacteria. Good nutrition also supports the immune system, and the body’s ability to control oral bacteria so they can digest or begin the digestion process without damaging gum, teeth, or tissue. Food that remains in our mouth too long causes bacteria to grow, causing decay in teeth and gums. All carbohydrates break down into simple sugars: glucose, fructose, maltose, and lactose....   [tags: science, diet,] 2165 words
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The Death of a Toad - The Death of a Toad The poem “The Death of a Toad” incorporates the literary devices of structure, syntax, imagery, and diction to portray the speakers’ sarcasm. The poet leads the reader through the detailed stages of the toad’s death through out every stanza. The grammatical forms that the speaker uses is to help depict the scene of the dying toad. Another tool the speaker uses is to refer to death in an indirect way. The stanzas progressively illustrate the dying toad as well as the cynical view of the speaker. The first stanza incorporates a lot of imagery and syntax....   [tags: Papers] 424 words
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The Frog and Toad Series by Arnold Lobel - Friendship, although conceptually understood by the youngest of children, is one of those things that seems elusive when we try to explain it fully. It is multi-faceted, complicated and one of the best aspects of a rich life. Friendship has been a topic in literature from the Bible to Thoreau, who wrote an entire essay considering friendships and its meanings. Modern literature explores many aspects of friendships, both good and bad, but the simple yet meaningful friendships portrayed in children’s stories are some of the most memorable and none more so than the lovable Frog and Toad....   [tags: Character Analysis ]
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The Mouth Is Where It All Begins - ... Digestion: i. Mechanical: The teeth aid in the mouth’s digestion of food. The teeth are the primary structures in the mouth that are responsible for physical, mechanical digestion. Mastication is the first step in mechanical digestion. The teeth cuts tear, and grind the food (Saladin, p 959-961). ii. Chemical: There are no chemical reactions present for these accessory organs. c. Regulation: No nervous, paracrine, or endocrine regulation occur in the teeth. d. Motility: The teeth function to help move food further into the mouth....   [tags: human digestive systems] 2338 words
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The Benefits of Mouth Guards - Mouth guards come in many different forms and ways. They are very versatile and can be used for many different uses for people. In this guide I will discuss the different type of mouth guards that are available. I will also be discussing the use of mouth guards, application of mouth guards, some of the risk as well as some of the benefits of them. I will talk about the background of the mouth guard, for example, how long they have been around and when they were introduced. Finally, I will discuss the basic information and other topics about the product....   [tags: health, dental care]
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Analysis of the Australian Cane Toad - Analysis of the Australian Cane Toad The cane toad, Bufo marinus, or giant toad, was introduced to Australia by the sugar cane industry with government sanction, in order to control two specific pests of sugar cane. The grey backed cane beetle and the frenchie beetle. Native to Central and South America, the cane toad has been introduced to several Pacific islands as well. One hundred and one toads arrived at Edmonton in North Queensland in June 1935. About 11 sugar growing locations in northern and central coastal Queensland received authorized shipments....   [tags: Papers] 2079 words
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Into the Lion's Mouth - Into the Lion's Mouth It is the last Saturday in September and the Brown University lion dance team is about to perform. Eleven students sit on the floor of Leung Gallery. The nine team members walk to the front of the room, seven Chinese, two Caucasian. Each wears a shirt bearing a black and white lion design on the front and the words "Brown Lion Dance" emblazed across the back. The boys who will make up the two lions - Grant, John, Chris and Michael - wear bright yellow pants with orange and gold tassels encircling each leg, meant to mimic fur....   [tags: China Chinese Culture Papers] 3329 words
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Differences Between Types of Mouth Guards - ... This is made inside a dental office after the assistant and or dentist make a mold of your teeth and mouth. This one does take more time and is more costly than the others just because it is made in the office. This guard is the most durable and will provide the most protection against injuries, due to that it is custom made to your mouth. Mouth guards can have many uses. They are used in sports such as; basketball, football, soccer, rugby, wrestling, boxing, and hockey. Any contact sport, doctors and dentist as well as coaches require a mouth guard for safety reasons....   [tags: bite, protection, dentistry ]
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How Damaging is Negative Word of Mouth? - Abstract The purpose of the study was to validate the implications of Word of Mouth in Pakistani cultural setup. This study replicates a previous study by Charlett, D., Garland, R. and Marr, N. (1995) testing the two hypotheses “that both positive and negative WOM will affect consumers' probability of purchase and attitudes towards a product” and “that negative WOM will have a stronger effect than positive WOM on consumers' probability of purchase and attitudes towards a product”. Data was collected from a convenience sample of university students divided into three groups, two of which were exposed to positive and negative WOM respectively and third taken as the control group....   [tags: Research Analysis]
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Impact of Word-of-Mouth on Consumer Attitudes - Literature Review Since the 1960s, a large body of marketing research has documented the pervasive impact of word-of-mouth on consumer attitudes and behavior (Bansal & Voyer, 2000; Bone, 1995; Buttle, 1998; Herr et al., 1991; Laczniak, DeCarlo, & Ramaswani, 2001; Smith & Vogt, 1995; Wirtz & Chew, 2002). Word of mouth (WOM) communication is recognized as an important medium for influencing consumer behavior (Arndt, 1967). Consumers generally have greater tendency to be exposed to marketer-dominated sources, therefore, personal word of mouth source was usually the most effective (Arndt1967)....   [tags: relationship, effectiveness, marketing] 628 words
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Usage of Social Media Word of Mouth - ... After identifying the direction of the WOM, marketers have to deal with the customers complaints - complaint management- because this can lead to an increase in the repurchase intention and reduction in the negative WOM (Moshe Davidow,2003). While management was aware of the influential role that the WOM plays in customers retention – after handling their complains- and the increase in the repurchase rate, but WOM still not the only factor in managing the customer satisfaction or dissatisfaction....   [tags: WOM, marketing strategies] 961 words
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Exploring Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) - Foot and Mouth Disease Synonym : Aphthous fever,Aftosa,Enzootic apthiae Importance Foot and mouth disease (FMD) is a highly contagious viral disease that primarily affects cloven-hooved livestock and wildlife. Although adult animals generally recover, the morbidity rate is very high in naïve populations, and significant pain and distress occur in some species. Sequelae may include decreased milk yield, permanent hoof damage and chronic mastitis. High mortality rates can be seen in young animals....   [tags: highly contagious viral disease] 819 words
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Hoof And Mouth - What IS foot & mouth disease. It is one of the most infectious diseases known and consists of a virus, which attacks two groups of animals - pigs and ruminants. The latter group includes cattle, sheep, goats, deer, and some other "foreign" breeds of animal such as buffalo and antelope. It does not affect birds, dogs, or horses, but the virus can be carried on the feet of any bird or animal, including humans, that come into contact with it. The symptoms relate to the name the disease has been given - a blistering of the skin around the animal's foot, particularly between the hooves and a similar blistering of the skin around the mouth and nose....   [tags: essays research papers] 452 words
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Viral Marketing: Word-of-Mouth Marketing - Viral Marketing Viral marketing is a form of word-of-mouth marketing that aims to result in a message spreading exponentially and campaigns work when a message is spread exponentially and it results in a desired outcome for a brand (Stokes, R., 2010). It uses the internet to expose and spread the product or service. It harnesses the electronic connectivity of individuals to ensure marketing messages are referred from one person to another (Stokes, R., 2010). There are two types of viral marketing....   [tags: message spreading, social media]
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Viral Marketing: Word-to-Mouth-Marketing - Viral Marketing Viral marketing is a form of word-of-mouth marketing that aims to result in a message spreading exponentially and campaigns work when a message is spread exponentially and it results in a desired outcome for a brand (Stokes, R., 2010). Viral marketing uses the internet to disclose and spread the company’s products or services. It harnesses the electronic connectivity of individuals to ensure marketing messages are referred from one person to another (Stokes, R., 2010). There are two types of viral marketing....   [tags: campaign, message, social media]
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Taste Buds Outside The Mouth and Male Birth Control - Recently, there have been advances in scientific research that has led to the discovery of taste receptors that are outside of the mouth. These taste receptors are scattered throughout the entire body, with large concentrations on the testicles and anus. Sweet and Umami taste receptors are present in this area and can present a minor taste sensation (though nowhere near as well as our mouths can). Through a simple lab test on rats, scientists were able to disable the taste receptors to see if it would have any major impact on them....   [tags: Scientific Research, Male Birth Control Pills]
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Angel Falls or Devil´s Mouth in Venzuela - Towering at almost 1000 meters and at a plunge of 807 meters, Angel Falls lies at the edge of the Auyan Tepui mountain nested deep within Venezuela’s natural beauty, Canaima National Park. Angel Falls’s elevation is so high up that the falling water evaporates before it hits the ground, turning into mist. It is estimated that it is 15 times the height of the great Niagara Falls and has a base of 500 feet wide. “It was sighted by explorer Ernesto Sánchez La Cruz, but he did not publicize his discovery.” (wiki) It wasn’t “discovered” by the west until it was visited in 1935 by American aviator, James Crawford Angel, on a flight while looking for ore bed; even though the indigenous Pemón peop...   [tags: waterfall, landscape, area]
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Word Of Mouth Buzz - The Word-Of-Mouth Buzz 'Buzz', if you're a company you will love to here that word. The Buzz is nothing more then the promotion of a product by the word-of-mouth. However, this word-of-mouth promotion has become a very strong force making products that were unknown huge successes. If companies are able to reject the common myths that go along with the buzz then they can use to huge power of the buzz to become nothing other then a marketing legend (Dye, 2000). The way in which the buzz gets started is by people sharing their experiences with each other....   [tags: Business Advertising] 800 words
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Word-of-Mouth Communication - ... Previous research unanimously acknowledges the important role of WOM in shaping consumer’s attitudes and purchasing behaviour (Bone, 1995; Brown and Reingen, 1987). WOM not only provides information concerning product quality and performance, but also reveals the intricate psychological and social consequences of the purchase decision (Cox, 1963). As such WOM represents one of the most influential sources of marketplace information for consumers (Arndt, 1967; Alreck and Settle, 1995) and has been shown to have a significant effect on product choice (Richins and Root-Shaffer, 1988; Kiel and Layton, 1981; Arndt, 1967; Katz and Lazarfeld, 1955)....   [tags: effective marketing tools] 548 words
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Efficacy of Three Mouth Rinses in Reducing Dental Plaque and Gingivitis - Dental plaque formation is started by the deposition of a thin biofilm onto the tooth surface. In a healthy individual, when 1-2 layers of bacteria are present on the tooth surface, the individual’s immune mechanism can carry on with these microorganisms, and the subject can thus show a healthy gingiva. Therefore, disturbing dental plaque formation is of high priority. One approach in plaque control thus is to combine the use of antimicrobial agents with the mechanical methods.1 The rationale for the use of antiplaque agents as adjuncts to mechanical cleaning is based on two reasons....   [tags: biofilm, tooth surface, bacteria]
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Efficacy of Three Mouth Rinses in Reducing Dental Plaque and Gingivitis - ... They were asked to perform mouth rinsing thoroughly once daily for 60s and spit out the solution. After this procedure, the children were instructed not to eat or drink anything for about thirty minutes. The above procedure was repeated on each school day during morning hours for a period of six months, starting October 2010. The subjects were instructed to report any adverse events such as sickness, change in taste perception, soreness of the tongue, edema, redness, sensitivity, burning sensation of the oral mucosa and visible staining during the course of the study, to the class teacher or investigator....   [tags: children, study, oral]
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Effectiveness of Electric Toothbrushes to Manual Toothbrushes - The objective of this experiment is to compare the effectiveness of electric toothbrushes to manual toothbrushes in removing microorganisms from the mouth. This will be shown by the amount of microorganisms that is removed from the mouth and present on the bristles of the brush. Hypothesis: Electric toothbrushes remove more plaque and microorganisms from the mouth than manual toothbrushes. Materials: • 2 Electric Toothbrushes (Wal-Mart brand) • 2 Manual Toothbrushes (Wal-Mart brand) • Crest Pro-Health Whitening Toothpaste • Food (Lasagna was used for this experiment) • Timer • 40 cotton swabs • 40 plastic bags • 20 Trypticase Soy Agar (TSA) plates • Bunsen Burner • Gloves • Lab Goggles •...   [tags: removing microorganisms, mouth]
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Samuel Beckett’s Exploration of Consciousness: The Significance of Content and Presentation in his Play, Not I - ... This buzzing is constant throughout her life, at times she is more aware of it than others, and it alludes to the constant torment of thought that plagues the mind. Unable to escape the “buzzing” in her ears is symbolic of ones inability to escape thought, and that inability to escape thought is because consciousness is not a mechanical ability. Rather, consciousness exists no matter what one is intending and as a rambling entity that includes its inhabited being in a sort of symbiotic relationship....   [tags: disembodied mouth, performance, monologue]
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Effects of Drugs and Alcohol in the Oral Cavity - From the beginning of time drugs and alcohol have been a part of society for both medicinal and recreational use. Although alcohol has been around since as early as 10,000 B.C. other harmful drugs such as methamphetamine have gained popularity in the past few decades. There are also prescription drugs that are as harmful and addictive as street drugs when taken continuously in large doses over time such as Dilantin. This report will discuss in depth the long term damage of drug and alcohol abuse in the oral cavity....   [tags: methanphetamine, meth mouth]
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Five Different Promotion Techniques of Barista Café - In this modern era, there are so many people who getting busy with their work and don’t have time to cook their own food or even make their own coffee. They will get their food either in restaurant or café. But some of them prefer to go to café because they can get their meals while getting a good quality of coffee to accompany them. There are a lot of café that can offer them something like that. But the question is, which café will attract them to come and spend their time to enjoy the pleasure of eat and drink coffee in Palmerston North....   [tags: word of mouth, advertisement]
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The Pros and Cons of Orthodontics - Braces were not very popular back in the day. The dreadful nickname “metal mouth” was often used to tease those who had to show horribly thick, metal wires and brackets all over their teeth. Then, there was the thought of experiencing a first kiss with a mouth full of metal. Most patients preferred to take a more natural route electing to live with a slightly imperfect smile over a metal one. Today, braces are fashion statements, imagine that. Patients can choose from a variety of color combinations for a trendy look, or they can choose the more natural kind....   [tags: health, braces, mouth] 1564 words
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The Change of a River From Its Source to Its Mouth - The Change of a River From Its Source to Its Mouth Main Aim: To find out in which ways a river changes from its source to its mouth. We traveled to the west coast of Wales to find out how a river changes from its source to its mouth. We were situated in the small rural village of Tal-y-bont, which was near the town of Aberystwyth. The river that we decided to test out with our hypothesis and find out our aim on was the river Einion. The river Einion is a tributary to the river Dovey....   [tags: Papers] 1986 words
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The Meaning Of Chow Yun-fat (its In His Mouth) - The Meaning of Chow Yun-Fat (It's In His Mouth) Ultimately, it comes down to his mouth. Chow Yun-Fat is the coolest movie actor in the world today, and the only way I can explain this is to talk about his mouth. He does cool things with his mouth. Smoking cigarettes is no longer an emblem of cool in the USA, but Chow does wonders with cigarette smoke in Prison On Fire. Director Ringo Lam understands this; like most of the great Hong Kong directors, he loves using slow motion and freeze frames to pinpoint important moments in his movies, and he saves a few of the most elegant slow-motion sequences for Chow blowing smoke and looking cool....   [tags: essays research papers] 2315 words
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Journey Through the Digestive System - ... Then after the horror of being mechanically digested by the teeth. By squirting through the salivary glands saliva drowns Banana with enzymes such as ptyalin breaking down his nutrients into easier absorbable nutrients by chemical digestion for the child. Next in the line of torture it has moved past the inclosed windpipe by the epiglottis to the esophagus a long tube of darkness lined with slippery mucus. The esophagus has been using the motion of peristalsis a wave of muscle contractions that are so strong it can be done in any position to transfer food to the sphincter that leads into the stomach.The Pancreas disperses these enzymes such as amylase....   [tags: banana, died, mouth, system] 846 words
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Braces and Crohn's Disease - When an individual receives braces, there may be some discomfort and aphthous stomatitis. Although this may seem like something most do not experience, this problem is more commonly called a canker sore. Although the sore may seem more annoying than anything else, there are links between patients with cankers and a diagnosis of Crohn’s disease. These small lesions may change the microbiota of the mouth, leading to a change of the gut microbiota. Because it is believed that Crohn’s disease is related to a change in the gut microbiota, it is possible that the oral lesions and Crohn’s disease are related, but now it might be true that braces also have an effect....   [tags: microorganisms, mouth, bacteria]
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Is Professional Rugby Union Becoming too Dangerous? - Rugby players are monsters. They have become so big, can they be called human. In this modern day, rugby union is more about how hard you can tackle and how fast you can run, than the rugby. This essay will delve into and explore whether professional rugby union is becoming too dangerous and why this is the case. Was the professionalism of rugby a good idea. Sure, it’s great to watch and exciting to play but at what cost, Death. As a rugby player myself, I believe rugby is a fantastic sport and it is something I know a lot about....   [tags: rugby, rugby players, mouth guards] 686 words
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Art and Literature in MacLachlan’s Arthur For the Very First Time and Arnold Lobel’s Frog and Toad Together - Art and Literature in MacLachlan’s Arthur For the Very First Time and Arnold Lobel’s Frog and Toad Together When it comes to an artist, the perspective of the environment will be very different from individual to individual. This leads to the difference in technique and style When art and literature are put together the picture adds to the words and shows what the literature is describing, rather than just something to look at. Although Lloyd Bloom’s illustrations of MacLachlan’s, Arthur For the Very First Time and Arnold Lobel’s, Frog and Toad Together can not compare to the famous Leonardo, the art in each is very unique....   [tags: Compare Contrast Comparison]
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In the Mouth of Union Terminal - ... Do you need medical attention?” Remembering the burn to her hand, she glanced down at her palm. Even though it shone red, the stinging had subsided. “I don’t think so.” Shelly looked at her with indifference. Using her pen, she pointed at Emma’s face. “Did you escape a fire?” Emma wiped her nose with the back of her hand, transferring a black smudge to it. “Yes, someone set fire to my house.” “You sure you don’t need any medical attention?” “My throat is a little sore, but I’m fine.” The thought of being examined by strangers—in what felt like a foreign country—made Emma’s stomach churn with dread....   [tags: personal narrative] 1659 words
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Toyin Falola's Memoir A Mouth Sweeter Than Salt Review - Toyin Falola's memoir, A Mouth Sweeter Than Salt, portrays one boy's views on the culture and customs of his county from his perspective as an active participant as well as an observer. From determining his mother's age to joining in the struggle to free an innocent man, Dr. Falola's journey growing up in Nigeria embodies the rich, diverse history that defines Africa. The opening of the novel places the reader not in Falola's shoes as a child, but rather as an adult scholar attempting to procure information from his own family....   [tags: Toyin Falola Memoir ] 962 words
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The Microbiota - The microbiota, the collective name for all the microbes living in or on a person, is an important contribution to the health of a patient. The mouth contains billions of microbes, including viruses, protozoa, archaea, and bacteria, which is expected of microbiomes all over the body. Specifically, there are about 1000 different species that are normally seen within the oral microbiota, and the most common species of bacteria phyla seen in the mouth are Actinobacteria, Bacteroidetes, Firmicutes, Proteobacteria, Spirochaetes, Synergistetes, and Tenericutes....   [tags: the mouth, microbes, gums]
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Heavy Metal Removal in a Constructed Wetland and Benefits for the Development of the Toad Bufo Raddei - Results and discussion 3.1 Effect of the CW on HM removal from the YR water A summary of the concentrations of the major contaminations in the water samples from the YR and CW is given in Table 1. The concentration of the HMs in the water from the CW system were much lower than that from the YR throughout the experimental period. The average removal rates (RRs) in the CW were 86.2%, 61.7%, 82.9%, and 76.7% for Cd, Cu, Pb, and Zn, respectively, (that is, in the order Cd>Pb>Zn>Cu), showing that the CW removed the HMs from the YR water efficiently....   [tags: wastewater treatment]
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The Impact of Word of Mouth in Influencing Purchasing Behavior of UTAR Kampar Students - ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION AND ACTION COMMUNICATION STYLE (NESTLE) DURING CRISIS The world is against the idea of Nestle using palm oil in their product which causes the killing of orang utans. Greenpeace changed their homepage to a Kit Kat logo which happens to be a mock-up approach. The reason being is to inform their online visitors to stop Nestle from destroying rainforests to gain palm oil and also to write to the CEO through its website. Due to this act, some Facebook users change their profile pictures cooperating with the mock up which displays Nestle Killer instead of Kit Kat Now, Nestle clearly does not have an experienced spokesperson as their leader or even a crisis management...   [tags: organizational communication and action] 1529 words
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American Indian Creation Myths and Legends - ... The hawk unable to carry her forever called to the other creatures to help find solid land for the woman to live upon. Unable to find dry land the animals dove into the depths and came up with mud which they began to pile on the back of a gigantic turtle. The animals became excite by their work and made the entire Earth. Till this day the Earth resides on the back of an enormous turtle. The Huron Indian creation legend a woman falls from the sky and is caught by two loons and carrying her over the water they call out to the other animals....   [tags: iroquois creation, nothing and the great blue]
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Fairy Tales: Reflection of Societal Dysfunction - ... The characters in fairy tales become true for her when she has to live under the controlling of Captain and his ideology, fascism. The willing to believe in fairy tales is existent and choosing to follow the forest nymph who leads her to the faun in the labyrinth first visit she is the action of a rebel. As Guillermo Del Torro, the film's director of Pan's Labyrinth, he states: "Fascism is the absolute lack of imagination, the absolute lack of choice, and the most masculine expression of power." Under its cruel restrictions, people are prohibited from thinking for themselves....   [tags: Pan's Laberynth, story analysis] 1416 words
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The Texas Horned Lizard - ... The lizard possesses a large abdomen, which allows it to consume hundreds of ants and other insects a day, but consequently lowers its agility and speed (Pianka & Hodges 1995). In lieu of this, it has adapted other mechanisms for survival, such as camouflaged scales. The coloration and texture of its scales allows it to blend in with the desert sand and rocks where it inhabits (Pianka & Hodges 1995). Instead of trying to run away, the lizard lowers its body to the ground, hiding its shadow and making it appear lifeless (Oklahoma 1996)....   [tags: species, ecological adaptation]
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The Elephant Mask Costume and the Costume of Airowayoye - In Gallery 101 acquisition number 1999.76 at the Dayton Art Institute, you will find the Kuosi (Elephant Mask) Society Costume of the Bamileke people in Cameroon, Africa. Standing almost six feet tall (67 inches), the elephant mask costume was worn during Tso (elephant dance) by a secret society of warriors dedicated to protecting their king. Today the costume maintains order in the Bamileke society and reminds the king that he is not above the gods. The elephant mask costume is worn to display the king’s wealth at the Kuosi celebration....   [tags: Gallery 101, Cameroon Africa, Society Costume]
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The Old Fools, by Philip Larkin - The twentieth century has provided the poetic universe with some of the most influential and prominent poets. The ideas and concepts conveyed by these poets have help to influence the works of other writers. Philip Arthur Larkin has been regarded as one of the greatest English poets of the latter half of the twentieth century. Most of Larkin’s poetry is condensed into four volumes of poetry: The North Ship, The Less Deceived, The Whitsun Weddings, and High Windows. His use of vulgar expressions helps to emphasize the main concept in his work and develops a unique writing style of his own....   [tags: Poetic Analysis, Themes]
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The Genesee River Watershed - Introduction: The Genesee River Watershed. The Genesee River and its watershed is a major tributary to Lake Ontario. The river originates in the Allegheny Plateau in the town of Ulysses, Potter County, Pennsylvania, about fifteen miles south of the New York State border (GFLRPC, 2004). The river flows north through Allegheny, Livingston, and Monroe Counties and forming a portion of two borders between Livingston County and Wyoming or Monroe Counties. Letchworth State Park runs along the Genesee River encapsulating 14,350 acres of the watershed and contains the “Grand Canyon of the East” a gorge 550 feet deep and six miles long....   [tags: Ecology ] 1989 words
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