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Andrew Lloyd Webber's Life and Work

- Andrew Lloyd Webber was born on March 22, 1948. He composed many musicals throughout his lifetime including; “Evita”, “Phantom of the Opera”, and “Cats”. Webber grew up in South Kensington to parents William who was a professional in theory and composition at the Royal College of Music in England and Jean who was a singer and a violinist in the same school. By age three Webber was playing the violin. Then by age six he composed his own songs. Then by age nine he had a piece of music published in the magazine, “Music Teacher.” Thanks to Webber’s Aunt Vi who got him into theatre....   [tags: Andrew Lloyd Webber, ]

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Analysis Of Lloyd Webber 's ' The Phantom Of The Opera '

- Lloyd Webber’s widely regarded masterpiece Phantom Of The Opera uses key motifs and themes throughout the musical to establish its characters and scenes in an effective manner. Throughout the production the motifs, themes and songs all develop to reflect the changes their respective characters undergo. This is particularly evident when analysing The Phantom, his motifs and songs, and how they develop throughout the story. Lloyd Webber has connected many reprises and motifs with The Phantom, all used for different purposes throughout the musical....   [tags: Music, Orchestra, Andrew Lloyd Webber]

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The Success of Andrew Lloyd Webber

- The Success of Andrew Lloyd Webber Musical theater is a very difficult profession in which to make a living. Most composers of musicals only create one good musical and are unable to create any more. Not Andrew Lloyd Webber. He is not like any of those composers. Andrew Lloyd Webber is a successful composer due to his variety of appeal to diverse audiences. Andrew Lloyd Webber is an English composer who used rock-based compositions to revitalize British and American musical theater in the late 20th century....   [tags: Musical Theater Papers]

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Listening At A School Of A New State Listening

- Sitting in class full of strangers at a school in a new State listening as a tall man with graying brown hair lists the different types of instrument the school band has, I sat thinking about joining band. Earlier that week I had discovered that most of the class had joined orchestra last year learning all about their string instruments. Since I did not have any knowledge of how to play any instrument, I was ineligible to join with the majority of my peers. I figured band is like the same thing and I did not need an experience to join making it a better alternative then doing busy work in the classroom for that two hour window of time on Fridays....   [tags: Learning, Play, Orchestra, Andrew Lloyd Webber]

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The Phantom of the Opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber versus My Fair Lady by Frederick Loewe

- The Phantom of The Opera which was playing at the Krannert Center in Champaign was what I thought to be a high budgeted play because of the props, scenery, and costumes that the actors wore. My Fair Lady which was playing at The Sunshine Company of Champaign was not as expensive as the Krannert Center and was shown through the costumes and quality of actors that gave the play life. I chose these two production companies because I wanted to experience one play that was of high quality and one which lacked high quality....   [tags: Papers]

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Andrew Llyod Webber BIO

- Andrew Lloyd Webber was born on March 22, 1948 to William & Jean Lloyd Webber. Even at a young age, Andrew loved to make his own music. Andrew also had a great interest in inspecting ancient monuments around England. It and history were what many thought he would choose to do for a career. However, his Aunt Vi introduced him to the theatre, and under her advice started writing music of his own. In 1956, Andrew went to Westminster and started composing music for the school's plays. In 1962, Andrew won a Challenge Scholarship that reduced his tuition at Westminster....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Construction of Fallingwater Frank Lloyd Wright

- Fallingwater The prominent and imaginative Wisconsin born American architect, interior designer and author, Frank Lloyd Wright hit his architectural milestone in the mid-1930s when he designed his world-renowned master piece in Bear Run, Western Pennsylvania, “Fallingwater” also referred to as Kaufmann Residence. Owing to his unique perspective in architecture which he refers to as “organic”, the structure looks as though it sprung naturally amidst Bear Run's trees and water. Frank Lloyd Wright’s complete body of work was so broad that till date he still remains highly recognized as the greatest architect of all time....   [tags: architecture,frank lloyd, bear run]

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Frank Lloyd Wright : The Greatest Architect

- "God is the great mysterious motivator of what we call nature, and it has been said often by philosophers, that nature is the will of God. And, I prefer to say that nature is the only body of God that we shall ever see. If we wish to know the truth concerning anything, we 'll find it in the nature of that thing." Frank Lloyd Wright Frank Lloyd Wright is acclaimed as the 20th century 's greatest architect. He was a genius architect wielding a T-square and a master builder who embraced nature. Wright was born in Frank Lloyd Wright was born on June 8, 1867, in Richland Center, Wisconsin, some 20 miles west of Spring Green where he eventually built his beloved home...all 37,000 square feet of...   [tags: Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan, Prairie School]

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Lloyd George's Two Descriptions of the Battle of Sommee

- These two sources are different because they are opposite opinions which are referring to the Battle of the Somme but they are written by the same person which was Lloyd George. The two sources however were very different from each other. Source I was written by Lloyd George on the 21st of September 1916 when he visited the battlefield with Sir Douglas Haig. It says that Lloyd George was the secretary for the War at this time of the Somme he was the war leader from 1906-1916. Source J is very negative about the Battle of the Somme when compared to Source I....   [tags: Battle of Sommee, Lloyd George, United Kingdom]

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Time Cat by Lloyd Alexander

- Time Cat by Lloyd Alexander Type of story: Fictional Setting: 1.Time: Historical period: the story jumps from different times. While traveling though they go from 2700b.c. to 55b.c. to 998b.c. to 411b.c. to 998a.d. to 1468 to 1555 to 1588 to 1600 to 1775. 2. Place: Geographical location: This story as well as switching from time to time it also switches from place to place. While traveling they go the places of Egypt, Rome and Britain, Ireland, Japan, Italy, Peru, The Isle of Man, and finally to America....   [tags: Time Cat Lloyd Alexander Outline]

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Andrew Jackson And His Indian Wars

- Andrew Jackson is often referred to as one of America’s greatest presidents. Yet, evaluating his presidency has proven to be a problematic undertaking. Weighing his accomplishments against his tribulations is often conflicting. Having written three volumes and six novels on the life and presidency of Andrew Jackson, Robert V. Remini (1921-1913) is regarded as a Jacksonian authority. In Andrew Jackson & His Indian Wars (2001), Robert V. Remini unearths many of the atrocities committed against Native Americans by Jackson....   [tags: Andrew Jackson]

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Andrew Jackson : Good Or Bad?

- Andrew Jackson: Good or Bad. Andrew Jackson was the seventh president of the United States and was one of the most controversial presidents ever. Jackson initially gained national fame through his role in the War of 1812, where he led a victory over the British at the Battle of New Orleans. Three year laters, Jackson invaded the Spanish-Florida territory which directed to the Adams-Onis Treaty. Although Andrew Jackson proved to be a great military strategist, his unneeded hostility, which was brought out in the Spoils System, the Indian Removal Act, and the ongoing feud with the National Bank, ultimately classify him as poor president....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, United States]

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The Gospel Of Wealth By Andrew Carnegie

- To Have Wealth There Is a Long Way, Let Me Start Walking. Between poverty and success are many steps that people have to overcome to be successful. People who live in poverty have to solve first base things such as food, health, the place to live, and so on. Compered poor people with other people who have base things, poor people have a big challenge to be successful. Living in poverty can affect the way people think, their motivation led to them to lack goals because the see the big way to be successful....   [tags: Poverty, Want, Andrew Carnegie]

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Andrew Carnegie And The Homestead Strike

- Andrew Carnegie, Henry Clay Frick and the Homestead Strike Industrialists Andrew Carnegie and Henry Clay Frick could not have come from more different backgrounds. Carnegie was born in the Scottish town of Dunfermline to a very poor family in 1835. When he was 12 years old, his father, a weaver, decided to move the family to the United States in search of better prospects, arriving at what was then the municipality of Allegheny, Pennsylvania, now part of Pittsburgh’s North Side. By that time, Pittsburgh was already known as a major center for the production of steel and other metals....   [tags: Andrew Carnegie, Homestead Strike]

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The Great Andrew Carnegie Born

- The beginning was very meager for young Andrew Carnegie born in a small town named Dunfermline in Scotland on November 25th 1835. His father was a hand loom weaver with an immense shroud of pride in his trade and his mother a seamstress who worked with local shoemakers. (Bio. A&E Television Networks) The family was able to survive comfortably for the early years of young Andrews’s life by working in the trades they were skilled in until industry spread to Dunfermline. Andrew’s morals and personality was developed early on in life....   [tags: Andrew Carnegie, Homestead Strike]

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The Legacy Of Andrew Jackson

- Andrew Jackson is one of the most controversial presidents. Many regard him as a war hero, the father of the Democratic Party, an inspiring leader, and a spokesman for the common man. While there is plenty to praise about the seventh president, his legacy is tarnished by his racism, disregard for the law of the land, cruelty towards the Native Americans, and ruthless temper. Jackson was an intriguing man who was multi-faceted. One must not look at a singular dimension, and cast judgment on him as a whole....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, Nullification Crisis]

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Hurricane Andrew: The King of Destruction

- Imagine sitting in your room, and on the phone. Maybe you are playing a game, like Angry Birds, or Cookie Clicker. Out of the blue, a hurricane rips apart your newly built house. Hurricanes can be deadly, and can cause a lot of damage if attention is not paid. “Anyone who says that they’re not afraid at the time of a hurricane is either a fool, a liar, or a little bit of both”-Anderson Cooper . Mr. Cooper is not alone on that quote. Natural disasters affect hundreds of thousands of people each year....   [tags: hurricanes, hurricane andrew, natural disasters]

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The Trail Of Tears By Andrew Jackson

- The Trail of Tears was a horrific time in history from the Cherokee Indians. May 18, 1830 was the beginning of a devastating future for the Cherokee Indians. On that day congress officially passed Andrew Jackson’s Indian removal act. This policy granted President Andrew Jackson the right to force the Cherokee tribe consisting of about 13,000 people off of their reservations consisting of about 100 million acres east of the Mississippi River in the Appalachian Mountains and to attend a long and torturous journey consisting of about 1,200 miles within nine months until they reached their new home, a government-mandated area with in present-day Oklahoma....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, Trail of Tears, Cherokee]

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Andrew Jackson 's President Of The United States

- Andrew Jackson was the 7th President of the United States. He would serve two presidential terms. Jackson became a famous figure because of his efforts in the war of 1812. For his time in office from 1829-1837, Jackson created many enemies and was considered a tyrant. Today not much is mentioned about Andrew Jackson. However, a picture of him has been found in most American’s pockets since 1928. The act to remove the former president has caused people to discuss why he should remain and why he might even deserve to put on the bill....   [tags: Andrew Jackson]

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Andrew Jackson And The Bank War

- In this study, the author familiarizes The Bank of the United States and Andrew Jackson 's fabrication of an anticipating war, which inadvertently saves America. During the 1820’s and 1830’s, The Bank War, a war between the Bank of the United States and President Andrew Jackson, resulted beneficially to America 's future for numerous reasons. Jackson set standards and pushed boundaries, creating larger presidential responsibilities. The Bank of the United States, which earned a prevailing bad reputation along with a substantial amount of animosity, was abolished....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, President of the United States]

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The Legacy Of Andrew Jackson

- Throughout history, the United States have clung to their founding values, such as freedom and equality, with brute force. Today, with these values still just as prevalent as they were back then it is decidedly so that the legacy Andrew Jackson left behind is not the best fit to be represented on our currency. A man who was too headstrong and selfish and wrongfully followed his own personal agenda doing whatever he pleased, including mass murder, and does not even support the idea of paper money is hardly the person qualified to personify our great country and its legal tender....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren]

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Andrew Carnegie And The Rise Of Big Business

- During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the strength of the U.S. economy began transitioning from agricultural to industry. A variety of factors sparked this industrial revolution, but the genius industrial leaders, particularly Andrew Carnegie, allowed big business to take over and dominate the economy. As evidenced in Andrew Carnegie and the Rise of Big Business by Harold C. Livesay, Carnegie mastered and understood the organizational structures and technological factors necessary to run a profitable business....   [tags: Andrew Carnegie, Homestead Strike]

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Analysis of Andrew Tuplin's Virtual Morality

- Virtual Morality In the short article titled “Virtual Morality” by Andrew Tuplin, Tuplin compares both video games and movies that violate moral beliefs according to the social norm. He argues the fact that technology is and will continue to challenge moral beliefs as well as the norm for what we see as acceptable in the real world. I for one see this issue to be harmful and threatening to the way we interact with the world on a daily basis. These so called “fantasy worlds” are confusing young minds and allowing them to create their own image to what is both morally right and wrong in society....   [tags: article analysis, andrew tuplin]

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The Real Narcissist By Rebecca Webber

- Rebecca Webber’s “The Real Narcissist,” explains how narcissism is often mischaracterized to label people we find unfavourable or happen to upset us, when it is actually a trait that helps a person view themselves in more positive light. She uses a clear, persuasive voice and takes an ethical approach with logical explanations to help distinguish the differences between healthy narcissism and pathological narcissism, and the potential causes of the actual disorder. Referring to certified experts and real-life, situational examples to assist her claims, Webber does an adequate job in solidifying her points....   [tags: Narcissistic personality disorder, Narcissism]

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Andrew Jackson Was Not Democratic

- All hail King Andrew Jackson. In the election of 1824, presidential candidate Andrew Jackson had lost to John Quincy Adams, son of former president John Adams, in a brutal campaign war. Jackson sought revenge and did everything to sabotage Adams term as president, including branding his presidency the “corrupt bargain”, and giving his wife so much grief that she died. When Jackson finally became president and defeated Adams in 1828 his mantra was that the voice of the People must be heard, however many felt that he did not live up to his mantra....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, United States, John Quincy Adams]

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Andrew Jackson, The American Presidents

- Andrew Jackson, The American Presidents. (Sean Wilentz, 2005). Reviewed by Amber Peevey. The author of the book I reviewed is name Sean Wilentz. He is a history teacher at Princeton University. He began teaching there in 1979. Wilentz lives in Princeton, New Jersey. Sean Wilentz is currently 65 years old. Mr. Wilentz has written many books on historical subjects. History is something that he has studied for many years. He has written a biography series on all the presidents, including the one I reviewed....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adams, Indian removal]

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The Legacy Of Andrew Jackson

- Andrew Jackson was born on March 15, 1767.Before he became the seventh president of United Sate in 1829, he was a national war hero after defeating the British in New Orleans during the War of 1812. And before he was a national war hero, he was a landowner and a lawyer. Jackson became the seventh president after winning the presidential election in 1829. He was known as the “Common Man,” a political leader who worked his way up to the top from the bottom, and given the nickname as “Old Hickory,” because of his toughness and his fiery iron will....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, United States, John C. Calhoun]

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Andrew Jackson 's Influence On Society

- Andrew Jackson Many of our early leaders of our country like Andrew Jackson have made a huge impact in history and in our society today. Some people would disagree and argue that Jackson was a very cruel, horrid man who was nothing but selfish and greedy and he did whatever he could do to get what we wanted in life and it did not matter what the consequences were. But what they do not know is that during “The Age of Jackson”, it helped shape the national agenda that we lacked and also fix our American policies that we did not enforce....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, President of the United States]

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The Legacy Of Andrew Jackson 's Legacy

- Andrew Jackson’s legacy has proved many things about him, his ambition, talent and ability to get the job done has shaped a future for America although not necessarily in a good way. Along with the highlights of his legacy the downfalls may over shadow them, his actions alone with the trail of tears were detrimental to the Native American people, along with his ill temperament and controversial acts of racism. His inability to follow the guidelines that we still use and respect today, a man who is a poster boy for all those things isn’t fit to personify what it means to be an American....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, Trail of Tears, Cherokee]

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The Movie Finding Nemo By Andrew Stanton

- This is a film commentary on the movie Finding Nemo by Andrew Stanton. It is about a clown fish named Marlin (Albert Brooks). He’s very overprotective about his son Nemo (Alexander Gould) and carefully watches his every move. Marlin’s wife was killed when a barracuda came to their reef and murdered her and all their eggs of baby clownfish. But there was only one egg that was found hurt. That last egg was Nemo. That left Marlin being the widower and having to take care of Nemo on his own. He learned to become a mother and a father to take care of Nemo....   [tags: Finding Nemo, Clownfish, Andrew Stanton]

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Andrew Carnegie : An Obscure Dream Seeker From Scotland

- Andrew Carnegie was a multimillionaire tycoon who, along with the likes of John Rockefeller and J.P. Morgan, is ranked highly in the pantheon of American industrialists. He innovated and perfected the process of “horizontal integration” in industry and made a fortune selling his massively successful Carnegie Steel Corporation at the turn of the 20th century. However, there is more that paints the picture of this man’s success than his industrial pursuits. His origins as an obscure dream seeker from Scotland are what make his rise to fame and fortune all the more endearing....   [tags: Andrew Carnegie, Philanthropy]

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Andrew Jackson

- Andrew Jackson strongly opposed the Second National Bank of the United States. The Panic of 1819 was a key motivator for the destruction of the Second National Bank for Andrew Jackson and many Americans (Shepard Software “Andrew Jackson”); it left many Americans unemployed and hundreds of businesses bankrupt especially farming businesses. A lot of the blame of the Panic of 1819 was put onto the Second Bank of the United States (Remini, American Empire, 164), and Jackson strongly believed it was the bank’s fault....   [tags: Andrew Jackson Essays]

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Andrew Jackson : Reckless Disregard For The Citizens Of The United States

- Andrew Jackson has been charged with the following crimes: Article 1: Reckless disregard for the economic interests of the citizens of the United States Article 2: Reckless disregard for the principle of separation of powers, and specifically disregarding the authority of the Supreme Court. Article 3: Reckless disregard for the authority of the states, and unlawfully using the power of federal government to suppress that authority. Based on the evidence given by defense and the witnesses; Andrew Jackson is found not guilty of reckless disregard for the economic interests of the citizens of the United States....   [tags: United States, Andrew Jackson]

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The Contributions Of Andrew Jackson

- Andrew Jackson Andrew Jackson had a number of accomplishments the first one being the Jacksonian Democracy. The Jacksonian democracy was a political movement that he and his supporters started. The movement was to make the democracy better for the common men and celebrated white supremacy. This movement was suppose to be a democratic movement to enforce powerful ideals but of course only for white men. Jackson had a lot of supports most of them being farmers. Jackson claimed to want more land for plantation and also wanted to aid hard working farmers, planters and equality for all white males....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren, John C. Calhoun]

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Andrew Jackson And The American Revolutionary War

- Andrew Jackson was born on the 15th of March, 1767, somewhere between North Carolina and South Carolina to Irish immigrants named Andrew and Elizabeth Jackson. His father died in a tragic accident shortly before he was born. For this reason, Andrew Jackson’s birth site is not specified; when he was born, his mother was on her way home from burying her husband. The discrepancy of Jackson 's true location of birth arises from differing statements. In 1824, Jackson stated that he was born at an uncle 's house in South Carolina, while other accounts place his birth at another uncle 's house in North Carolina....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, Trail of Tears, Martin Van Buren]

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Andrew Jackson : The People 's Choice

- Andrew Jackson also known as, “The people’s choice,” was a self made man. He represented the South and the Western frontier expansionism. He was a strong military leader, a superior Court judge, and an Indian fighter. Jackson represented the common man. The United States of America benefitted greatly from the actions of Andrew Jackson. Andrew Jackson was born on March 15, 1767, in a log cabin on a poor farm (195). His father died before he was born, and he was forced to grow up fast (1). His mother wanted him to become a Presbyterian minister, so he read three chapters of scripture daily and was sent to study under a Presbyterian minister (5)....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, United States, Democratic Party]

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The Party Messiah: Andrew Wilkes-Krier

- Andrew W.K. is a man with absolutely no doubts about the bright future of society. Throughout the past decade that his persona has been a household regular, Mr. Wilkes-Krier has amassed a fairly large following, within which people refer to him as the Party King, Party God, Party Savior, or simply by his real name, Andrew Fetterly Wilkes-Krier. He is an idol for many and an inspiration for more, people who look up to him for advice, release from their everyday lives, or simply when they want to party and party hard....   [tags: Andrew Wilkes-Krier, Party King, Party God]

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Andrew Jackson 's Presidential Administration

- Andrew Jackson 's Presidential administration was marked by many controversial events. Although many of these events were impactive in the shaping of our country, Jackson did more to expand executive power than any of the previous occupants of the White House. He used armed troops to collect taxes, refused to enforce legislation and Supreme Court legislation, and he hired and fired his staff based on support in elections. He was also the first president to regularly wield the presidential veto as a political tool....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, United States, Trail of Tears]

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The, Louis Sullivan, And Frank Lloyd Wright

- Architecture is a very interesting subject. The designs shape the way we interact with different aspects of everyday life. There have been many great architects through out the years such as Andrea Polladio, Louis Sullivan, and Frank Lloyd Wright. One architect how ever is particularly significant. Not only because of his designs, but because he was also a president; Thomas Jefferson. Thomas Jefferson was a very successful architect and was able to design a numerous amount of structures in his life time....   [tags: Thomas Jefferson, University of Virginia]

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President Andrew Jackson : The Second President Of The United States

- On March 4th, 1829, Andrew Jackson took the oath of office and became the seventh president of the United States. Born to humble roots in 1767 somewhere in the Carolina’s, he went on to become both an outstanding military commander and a polarizing statesman. Jackson’s military career included victories over the Creek Indians in the Battle of Horseshoe Bend, the British in the battle of New Orleans, and the Spanish in Florida. His victories in Florida directly lead to the acquisition of Florida as a state....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, President of the United States]

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Andrew Jackson 's The Era Of Good Feelings

- After the decline of the Era of Good Feelings, Andrew Jackson emerged as an advocate for the common man. His following known as the Jacksonian Democrats, gained large popularity in the 1820s; with his growing support, Jackson won the 1828 election therefore securing political power for the Jacksonian Democrats. During Jackson’s time in office, the Jacksonian Democrats were guardians of the Constitution due to the use of veto power in order to preserve the values of the nation. The Jacksonian Democrats were also guardians of the American ideal of political democracy; they took efforts to provide equal power in politics for a larger population of Americans....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adams]

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Analysis Of Andrew Jackson 's President Of The United States

- America has always been a land of opportunity ever since the pilgrims first arrived. During the infancy of America’s history, the country was under developed and would be considered a third world country today. Even though America was under developed compared to the previous motherland of Great Britain it always had the potential to exceed the many limits set upon by others. For example, Andrew Jackson, also known as the man of the people, was raised by a single mother who struggled to raise two other children and struggled with economic hardships....   [tags: United States, Andrew Jackson, Tennessee]

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Andrew Jackson 's President Of The United States Of America

- From 1829 to 1837, Andrew Jackson was the President of the United States of America. He was known as the “Buckskin Hero,” proudly representing the North West. He caused the Trail of Tears, confronted the South Carolina about the Tariff of Abomination and nullification, and won the Bank War. Though there was some good in these things, he either over stepped his power by ignoring Congress, or wouldn’t use the power Congress gave him, giving the states too much power. Jackson’s policies during his presidency were severely faulted....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, Tennessee, Georgia, Cherokee]

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Andrew Carnegie 's Theory Of The Great Gatsby

- “You cannot push anyone up a ladder unless he be willing to climb a little himself.” This was Andrew Carnegie’s theory that gave him his rise to power in the late 1800’s as well as his immense wealth. Although a native of Scotland, Carnegie moved to America at age 12 on borrowed money with his mother, father, and younger brother. Throughout his life, he constantly worked hard to provide for his impoverished family, saving money little by little to pay back the money they owed for their voyage to America....   [tags: Andrew Carnegie, Carnegie Steel Company]

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Analysis Of Andrew Jackson 's ' Great Presidents '

- Andrew Jackson is one of America 's "great" presidents. At least that 's what the federal notes in my wallet and the annual Jefferson-Jackson fundraiser for the Democratic Party tell me. My high school history textbook catechized me on an "Age of Jackson" and the bold inauguration of "Jacksonian democracy." I don 't deny the bark-chewing, bloody-axe awe that his life story inspires. Jackson grew up in log-cabin Carolinian poverty, became an orphan during the Revolutionary War, and then rose into a kind of frontier aristocracy, making his fortune in Tennessee at the turn of the century....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adams]

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Andrew Carnegie Lived The American Dream

- What is the American Dream. According to Webster the American Dream is the ideal according to which equality of opportunity permits any American to aspire to high attainment and material success. Andrew Carnegie is the epitome of the American Dream because he is a classic example of rags to riches success story. He seemed to be touched by an angel. No matter what was wrong with the world, Andrew Carnegie was to consistently capitalize on success. Andrew Carnegie was born in Dunfermline, Scotland, in 1835....   [tags: Andrew Carnegie]

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Andrew Carnegie and His American Dream

- What is the American Dream. There are a myriad of aspects to it, but one general idea: the ideal life. It is making a lot of money, being respected, and triumphing difficult situations. The American Dream has been pursued by many, but only few make it all the way. One very good example of the American Dream is Andrew Carnegie, the founder of what is known as U.S. Steel. Carnegie was born in Scotland to a poor family. As a teen, he emigrated from Scotland to the United States. He was portrayed as a hard working individual who was very intelligent and disciplined....   [tags: Andrew Carnegie]

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The Historical Context Of Andrew Jackson 's Presidency

- President Jackson was a different kind of president compared to his predecessors (George Washington-John Quincy Adams). He had different views and ideas about how the government and the country should be run. Some might say that his ideas were little more radical than what the people were accustomed to in the 19th century. Many people could consider him being a king while others might think he was taking his executive powers a little too far. President Jackson could be viewed somewhat innovative, but good president....   [tags: United States, Andrew Jackson, Democratic Party]

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President Andrew Jackson

- Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States, was born in the Waxhaw’s area near the border between North and South Carolina on March 15, 1767. Jackson's parents lived in North Carolina but historian’s debate on which side of the state line the birth took place. Jackson was the third child and third son of Scots-Irish parents. His father, also named Andrew, died as the result of a logging accident just a few weeks before the future president was born. Jackson's mother, Elizabeth ("Betty") Hutchison Jackson, was by all accounts a strong, independent woman....   [tags: Andrew Jackson]

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Andrew Jackson's Democracy

- Jackson’s version of democracy was in fact a democracy. He was not a very wealthy man, he owned a home and some land. Which was more than could be said about most Americans at the time. About ten percent of the Americans living there at that time owned enough land to vote. There was a law, stating that only white males with a good portion of land could vote in the presidential election. Andrew Jackson thought this system was so unfair, he created a new way to govern the citizens of the newly formed United States....   [tags: Andrew Jackson]

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Expansion Of Presidential Power Under Andrew Jackson And Theodore Roosevelt

- Expansion of Presidential Power under Andrew Jackson and Theodore Roosevelt The role of the President of the United States of America is defined by those who have held the office. The vagueness of the Constitution has allowed the power of the office to grow and shrink with the personal differences of the men who have held the position. The presidency is not just affected by those who hold the position, the institutional environment and the society of the time also take a massive role in determining the power and effectiveness of the presidency....   [tags: President of the United States, Andrew Jackson]

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Andrew Jackson : A Nation 's Greatness Is Determined By Its Leader

- A nation’s greatness is determined by its leader. Every four years we put our nation’s fate at risk. Candidates battle for the crown, and hope to achieve the greatness they’ve campaigned and promised. One of the most legendary and memorable elections was in the year eighteen twenty-eight, between Andrew Jackson and John Quincy Adams. The election itself and the presidency that followed, won by Andrew Jackson, will forever be stained into our history. Lots of factors contributed into making this election so historic....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, President of the United States]

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Biography of Andrew Carnegie

- Biography of Andrew Carnegie Andrew Carnegie was born into a poor working class family living in the town of Dunfermline, Scotland, in 1835. His father operated a small hand looming business located in the family home. The Carnegies was literate, well read, and active in the politics of the day. It was a time of repression of the Scottish worker by the Government, the employers, and the culture. Rebellious in thought as well as actively participating in protests was part of the Carnegie family life style....   [tags: Andrew Carnegie Management Wealth Essays]

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Sex Offender Specific Treatment And Mr. Webber

- This provider began seeing Mr. Webber on 9/9/2015 for sex offender specific treatment and Mr. Webber’s progress, at the time of this report, is considered satisfactory. Mr. Webber states that he currently resides with his grandparents, Linda and Peter Hrebeniuk, at 12323 39th Ave SE Everett, WA 98208. Mr. Webber states that he has his own room and he has no complaints about his living arrangements at this time. It should be noted that this provider was not aware that the Superior Court of Washington State in Snohomish County required monthly reports until 10/20/2015....   [tags: Human sexual behavior, Sex offender, Shame]

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How Did America Change Throughout Andrew Jackson 's Presidency?

- How did America change throughout Andrew Jackson’s presidency. Jackson, America’s seventh president, changed many things; because of him, America is run as it is today. Nevertheless, it is safe to say that all presidents make a difference in their term at some point, adequate or not. The real question is, do these differences form an effective or ineffective president. His presidency was well intentioned, and Jackson’s principles would have been successful if executed properly. Thus, throughout his presidency, Andrew Jackson was an ineffective president due to his ambition, judgement, and character....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, United States, Martin Van Buren]

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How Did America Change Throughout Andrew Jackson 's Presidency?

- How did America change throughout Andrew Jackson’s presidency. Jackson, America’s seventh president, changed many things; because of him, America is shaped as it is today. Nevertheless, it is safe to say that all presidents make a difference in their term at some point, good or inadequate. The real question is that if these differences form an effective or ineffective president. Although his presidency was well intentioned, Jackson’s principles would have been successful if executed properly. Throughout his presidency, Andrew Jackson was an ineffective president due to his ambition, judgement, and character....   [tags: Andrew Jackson, United States, Martin Van Buren]

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To His Coy Mistress by Andrew Marvell

- To His Coy Mistress by Andrew Marvell It is a metaphysical poem, which means its lyric contains many striking images, is very intense and uses strong metaphors. It is concerned with a young man who is trying to persuade a young woman to have sex with him by charming and rushing her into it because he only has one thing on his mind. In the poem he uses three different arguments, flattery, fear and passion to persuade her to his point of view. In the first section Andrew Marvell uses flattery, he does this by telling her that if he had all the time in the world he would use it by telling her how beautiful she is and stare into her eyes but he doesn't have this time and he knows this so he's...   [tags: Coy Mistress Andrew Marvell Essays]

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Max Webber 's Theory Of Scientific Management

- Business back in the early twentieth century had different points of view comparing to now a days. But it was in that time that some main researches have been made by several managers. The main concern will be with two very specific and important theorists that highly influenced the world, Max Webber (1864-1924) and Winslow Taylor (1856-1915). The discussion is about Taylor’s principles of ‘Scientific Management’ and ‘Bureaucracy’ in eyes of Max Webber. Winslow Taylor spent most of his life trying to resolve the problem of efficiency....   [tags: Management, Max Weber, Bureaucracy, Employment]

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Lloyd George's Policies

- Lloyd George's Policies How did Lloyd George become an outdated asset in 1922 from a wartime hero in 1918 in the space of four years. Lloyd George’s own policies and his dependence on the conservatives did play a part in his political decline; however this alone didn’t account for his failure and fall. A range of events, issues and reactions played a pivotal part in his downfall. Before 1918 LG had long been the most dynamic Liberal minister, he injected energy into the Liberal party to show that the party wasn’t doomed to decline....   [tags: Papers]

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A Study Conducted By Andrew Dugan

- In a study conducted by Andrew Dugan, it was discovered that there is a difference between what each gender sees as good and bad. Men were found to be more accepting of pornography and having affairs while married, while, in comparison, women were more accepting of having a child outside of marriage and homosexual relations (Dugan 1). There is an apparent division among the genders which is not innate. The primary aspect of people’s lives that assists in personal development is society. It is society that shapes morality among the genders, causing a blatant dissent between what each gender perceives as right and wrong....   [tags: Ethics, Morality, Gender, Gender role]

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The Comedy Genre : Harold Lloyd

- Another major contender in the comedy genre was Harold Lloyd. He had an unpredictable style of comedy at first. For a long time he wanted to model himself after Charlie Chaplin until he came into his own unique style. Chaplin’s clothes were too big for him, so Lloyd wore clothes that were too small for him. However, it was not as simple as reversing Chaplin’s style. One day someone put him in oval wire glasses and it somehow became part of his persona. Lloyd eventually evolved on his own and claimed his own unique style....   [tags: Classical Hollywood cinema]

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Andrew Jackson's Campaign to Destroy the Bank of the United States

- When Andrew Jackson decided to make his veto message regarding the Bank of The United States on July 10, 1832 one thing was on his mind: killing the Bank of The United States forever. This one event was the fuel Jackson used for his reconstruction of the U.S. It all started to unravel during his election of 1828. Several different "sects" within the different states were teaming up with one another to form a coalition of discontent for the President and his reconstruction. Like Thomas Jefferson before him, Andrew Jackson was a tried-and-true defender of American freedom committed to nothing so much as breaking the knot of political corruption and restoring integrity to republican institution...   [tags: Andrew Jackson Politics American History]

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Analysis of To His Coy Mistress by Andrew Marvell

- Andrew Marvell’s “To His Coy Mistress” is in my opinion an excellent poem about a subject matter we can all understand and most of us can relate to: a love just beyond reach. This is the primary reason I believe it is most suited to be in a college textbook. One of the hardest things to accomplish in a poem written for uninterested college students is making it understandable and enjoyable by the audience, but this poem does it very well. In doing so, however, it also includes several important elements of poetic language that will educate the reader while at the same time keeping him or her interested....   [tags: To His Coy Mistress, Andrew Marvell]

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Formalistic Approach To His Coy Mistress by Andrew Marvell

- The formalistic approach to an open text allows the reader to devour the poem or story and break down all the characteristics that make it unique. The reader is able to hear the text rather than read it, and can eventually derive a general understanding or gist of the text. "According to the Handbook of Critical Approaches to Literature "when all the words, phrases, metaphors, images, and symbols are examined in terms of each other and of the whole, any literary text worth our efforts will display its own internal logic" (Geurin 75)." When utilizing the formalistic approach, the reader must search in and out of the lines for point of view, form, imagery, structure, symbolism, style, texture...   [tags: To His Coy Mistress, Andrew Marvell]

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An Analysis of Andrew Sullivan's Let Gays Marry

- "Let Gays Marry" is an article written by Andrew Sullivan arguing that homosexuals should be given the right to be legally married in the United States. In this essay, Sullivan argues that homosexuals have just as much right to marry as heterosexual couples. Sullivan argues that throughout US history that the definition of marriage has been altered several times to accommodate changing times, and that it is time to recognize gay's right to marry. Throughout the article, Sullivan uses several sources to back up his argument, but also makes several comments to weaken his argument....   [tags: Let Gays Marry Andrew Sullivan]

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Use of Allusions in Andrew Marvell's To His Coy Mistress

- The speaker in Andrew Marvell's 'To His Coy Mistress'; is a man who is addressing a silent listener, who happens to be his mistress. In this dramatic monologue the speaker tries to explain his feelings to his mistress. The speaker uses many allusions to empires and other objects, events and ideas that are not directly related to his feelings, in order to explain how he feels. He uses these allusions to exaggerate his feelings in order to clearly show them. After reading over the poem once, you get a sense of what the speaker is feeling....   [tags: Andrew Marvell To His Coy Mistress]

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Lloyd's of London Insurance

- Insurance is defined as the pooling of unanticipated losses by transfer of such risks to insurers, who agree to indemnify insured for such losses, to provide other pecuniary benefits on their occurrence, or to render services connected with the risk. (Rejda, 2011) And Lloyd’s of London is the best example of successful insurance underwriting market that services the world needs. This seminar paper will dwell on the topic of Lloyd’s of London. It will shortly focus on the origin of Lloyd’s and its path to becoming a specific integral part in the world of insurance....   [tags: business analysis, financial performance]

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Style and Tone in Two Poems: “To His Coy Mistress” by Andrew Marvell and “The Ruined Maid” by Thomas Hardy

- In this essay I will compare two poems: “To His Coy Mistress” by Andrew Marvell and “The Ruined Maid” by Thomas Hardy. I will look at the style and the tones that are used in both of these poems in order to compare them. “To His Coy Mistress” is one-way argumentative conversation featuring one horny young man trying to convince his reluctant mistress to give up her virginity to him before she gets old. He uses the argument that she needs to have sex now because her youth and beauty will fade as she ages....   [tags: To His Coy Mistress, Andrew Marvell, Ruined Maid, ]

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Andrew Is Extremely Talented : Andrew

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Analysis of Class in Henry Fielding's Joseph Andrew

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Role Of The Federal System : Alexander Hamilton And The Supreme Court

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The Piano Lesson, Directed By Richard Lloyd

- Successful Adaptation In August Wilson’s “The Piano Lesson,” directed by Richard Lloyd When preparing a written drama for film, directors’ often make alterations in order to present a more realistic narrative. Richard Lloyd did just that when editing long time friend August Wilson’s play “The Piano Lesson.” Lloyd not only enhanced the impact of the play, but also added depth to the world in which it is set. In Wilson’s ephemeral “The Piano Lesson,” the screenplay successfully deviates from the stage script by altering the set design, sound, and character portrayal in order to further ingrain the message that we can not effectively build our futures by avoiding our heritage....   [tags: August Wilson, Pulitzer Prize for Drama]

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William Lloyd Garrison 's The Constitution

- Fiona Mohamed Professor Callanan 4 December 2014 While William Lloyd Garrison believes the Constitution is a pro-slavery document, Frederick Douglass and James Madison defend the Constitution to have no pro-slavery provisions. In Federalist 54, Madison provides background and justification for various parts of the Constitution, the meanings of which are debated on later by Garrison and Douglass. Madison first addresses the 3/5 clause of the Constitution, and he states that the law regards slaves as not human beings, but “in some respects, as persons, and in other respects, as property” (Madison 334)....   [tags: Slavery in the United States, American Civil War]

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Abolitionist Movement and William Lloyd Garrison

- African Americans were always treated like animals by the whites. It was as though they didn’t even consider them people. By the 1800s, Blacks were getting sick and tired of how they were treated and decided it was time to make a change. So in the early years of the 19th century, Blacks created an organized antislavery movement. Unfortunately, this movement didn’t exactly last long and it wasn’t very effective either. But after 1830, a new leading figure emerged and his name was William Lloyd Garrison....   [tags: nation, blacks, colonization]

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William Lloyd Garrison 's Speech

- The Free States of the North were more hostile towards the Slave States than the Slave States were to the North. Not to say the South was non-hostile, but the North was far more aggressive and often violent in their crusade against slavery, with the South mostly being reactionary to the Northern transgressions. Even their attempted secession and formation of a confederacy was in reaction to the election of an abolitionist President. Perhaps the most widely known aggression towards slavery was speech, and, specifically, speeches....   [tags: American Civil War, Slavery in the United States]

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How Earl Lloyd Changed Basketball History

- Earl Lloyd was probably the most courageous player of all time. Some people know him as “The Big Cat” others know him as the first African-American to play in an NBA basketball game with the whites; he changed the way people think and look at basketball and black players and coaches. Earl Lloyd loved basketball from a very young age. Earl had two brothers older than him which was Earnest and Theodore. Earl was very dedicated from a very young age. With his high school team he took them to a state championship and won....   [tags: african-american, championship, NBA]

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The Failure of Lloyd George

- The Failure of Lloyd George "I am just a beetle in a glass case". This was Lloyd George speaking during the peacetime coalition and basically refers to the amount of problems he was faced with. We know he had many problems, and we know that he dealt with the important ones badly but why did he eventually resign. Was it the fact that he was a prisoner of the Conservatives. Was it because of his part in the decline of the Liberal party. Or was it just Lloyd George himself. For me, it would have to be his own actions....   [tags: Papers]

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Lloyd Banks- The Hunger For More

- Lloyd Banks- The Hunger For More The way ‘Lloyd Banks’ is written, is purposely intended to replicate the American dollar if not a pile of American dollars, hence the use of the colour green and the way the American dollar sign is replacing the ‘S’ at the end of ‘Banks’. The background itself is a whole new way to look at things compared to the person standing in the cover. It (the background) shows a socially deprived neighbourhood, there are certain objects and key points which show that it is socially deprived i.e....   [tags: Free Essays]

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Andrew Jackson: The Most Controversial United States President

- ... Many people may argue that this is a sign of an incompetent leader because he could make a decision that he stayed with. A major concern of Jackson was that Native Americans remained in land America had recently claimed. Since he did not think they could live together in peace, he decided to remove all Native Americans, including the Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, and Seminole tribes, from the from the land in 1830. The Cherokee was the only tribe to fight through the judicial system....   [tags: actions, dictatiorial, mean, job, military]

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Frank Lloyd Wright: An Inspiration to Future Architects

- From his beginnings in a little town in Wisconsin, the rise of a great architect commenced his journey. No one has attained his level of expertise in the architectural field. Frank Lloyd Wright’s accomplishments are unmatched, was inspired by natural and simplistic designs, and his career flourished by his ingenuity. Early on in his career, in the United States, gave Frank Lloyd Wright a varied amount of experiences. He was employed be Louis Sullivan for the architecture firm in Chicago by the name of Adler and Sullivan....   [tags: Biography, American, Great Architect]

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