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The Clan Of The Cave Bear

- The Clan of the Cave Bear The Earth’s Children series is a series of books written by Jean Auel, set in Europe somewhere between thirty and twenty-five thousand years ago. The Clan of the Cave Bears is the first book in the series. During this time in history there were two different species of human beings living in the area. There were Cro-Magnons, which were similar to today’s humans, but there were also Neanderthals. Neanderthals were a thicker and stockier species better suited for colder climates....   [tags: Human, Neanderthal, The Clan of the Cave Bear]

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Analysis of Build-A-Bear Workshop, Inc.

- Table of Contents Introduction: ................................................................................................................................. 3 Company’s Name .......................................................................................................... 3 Name of CEO ................................................................................................................ 3 Location of Home Office .................................................................................................   [tags: Build-A-Bear Workshop]

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William Faulkner’s short novel, The Bear

- William Faulkner’s short novel, The Bear "The Bear" is a short novel in an anthology that begins in Yoknapatwpha County sometime after the Civil War. The story deals with loyalty, honor, truth, bravery, courage, fear, nature, history and choices. Cleanth Brooks best described this story by saying, "Faulkner's villains do not respect nature and their fear of it has nothing in common with the fear of the Lord or with awe in the presence of the divine." (Brooks 149) In the story, we find a bear that has learned to outwit and survive hunters for years....   [tags: Bear]

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Feelings in Anton Chekhov's The Bear

- "The Bear," which is a classic one-act play written 1900, is one of the great works of Anton Chekhov, which is very much about a widowed woman. The Bear can be regarded as a comedy since it is to give the audience entertainment and amusement. This comedy reveals the fine line between anger and passion. The theme is about a strange beginning of love between Mrs. Popov and Smirnov. It demonstrated that love changes all things it touches. Dialogue of the characters, the action of the characters, and the characters themselves shape the theme....   [tags: The Bear Essays]

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Pity the Bear in Judith Minty's story, Killing the Bear

- Pity the Bear in Judith Minty's story, Killing the Bear  Judith Minty's story, "Killing the Bear," is a rather chilling tale about a woman who shoots a bear to death. The story is not merely a simple account of the incident however. It is full of stories and facts about bears, which affect how the reader reacts to the story. In the beginning, the reader expects the bear to be portrayed as a cold-blooded monster who must be killed for the safety of the primary character however this expectation is foiled throughout the story and the reader sees the bear in a very different light....   [tags: Minty Killing the Bear Essays]

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To Bear or not to Bear

- ... One of Kinnell’s meanings is clear, survival is not easy. In the poem the hunter went through many extremes. For example, lines “at a turd sopped in blood, and hesitate, and pick it up, and thrust it in my mouth, and gnash it down,” and “I hack a ravine in his thigh, and eat and drink, and tear him down his whole length and open him and climb in” show how determined the hunter was to survive(WordPress). He went as far as devouring not only his raw prize, but along the way, the hunter resolved to eat the animals droppings soaked in its blood, to live....   [tags: what man does to survive]

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Dealing with Loss in Killing the Bear

- Dealing with Loss in Killing the Bear Often things that we experience as children have lasting affects on us that creep up when we least expect them. In Judith Minty's story "Killing the Bear", a woman finds herself in just such a situation. She finally deals with something that happened to her as a young child that she probably never even realized was bothering her. In this story the central character painfully comes to grips with a major loss of security from her childhood. Throughout "Killing the Bear" the author flips back and forth from the story at hand and seemingly only loosely related anecdotes about the main character and bears....   [tags: Minty Killing the Bear Essays]

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The Meaning of the Second Amendment - The Right To Bear Arms

- “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed”(understand) comes from the United States constitution. It has for the last decade or so been a topic of an ongoing debate between the people of this nation. It all depends on how you interpret the 27 words. Most people believe that it gives United States citizens the right to bear arms. The constitution is the supreme law of our land. It was made to be are foundation and source of legal authority....   [tags: Constituton Bill Rights Right To Bear Arms]

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The Historical Origins of the Second Amendment’s Protection to keep and Bear Arms

- The origin of the right to keep and bear arms all started with the culture of having guns, then events that brought fear among people, then valid arguments for the need of arms. This explains the historical origin of the second amendment's protection to keep and bear arms. Americans at first had the culture of carrying arms with them for normal life purposes; that is protection, maintaining order in the society, and hunting for food. As time went by in their new settlement areas in America, conflicts developed, and they had to have arms for protection against invasion....   [tags: Bill of Rights, American Government, Bear Arms]

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The Contrasting Themes and Structure of William Faulkner's The Bear

- The Contrasting Themes and Structure of William Faulkner's The Bear          At first,  William Faulkner's The Bear, seems to be a story about the decline of an old bear and the wilderness he represented. Oddly, it is possible to omit the fourth chapter of The Bear and still have a complete and less confusing story.  Although sandwiched in between the third and fifth chapters, the fourth chapter is almost wholly independent. For the purpose of this analysis, I will refer to chapters one, two, three, and five as being one half of the story, while chapter four solely comprises the other half....   [tags: Faulkner Bear Essays]

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The Themes of Wilderness and the White Man in William Faulkner's The Bear

- The Themes of Wilderness and the White Man in William Faulkner's The Bear    William Faulkner's The Bear is bilateral in subject and plot. The first half of the story looks at the wilderness and the virtues man can learn from it. The second half applies these virtues to civilization, exposing the white man's corruption and misuse of the land. A careful look at the interaction of these two halves reveals a single unifying theme: man must learn virtue from nature. Faulkner believed humility, pride, courage, and liberty would be almost impossible for man to learn without the wilderness to teach him....   [tags: Faulkner Bear Essays]

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The Second Amendment - The Right To Bear Arms

- The Second Amendment And The Right To Bear Arms Throughout the years there has been an ongoing debate over the Second Amendment and how it should be interpreted. The issue that is being debated is whether our government has the right to regulate guns. The answer of who has which rights lies within how one interprets the Second Amendment. With this being the case, one must also think about what circumstances the Framers were under when this Amendment was written. There are two major sides to this debate, one being the collective side, which feels that the right was given for collective purposes only....   [tags: Gun Bear Arms Control Essays Debate]

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The Second Amendment - The Right To Bear Arms

- The Second Amendment and the Right to Bear Arms The Second Amendment to the Constitution gave United States citizens the right to bear arms. Although, the Second Amendment stated: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms. However, the framers could not foresee the type of violence we have in our cities today. Innocent citizens have and are being brutally killed due to this amendment. Stricter gun control laws must be enacted to receive these types of weapons....   [tags: Constituton Bill Rights Right To Bear Arms]

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The Second Amendment - The Right To Bear Arms

- The Second Amendment Few issues incite americans more than the issue of rising crime and violence. This problem can easily be linked to the availability of guns."The debate over whether guns are a hallowed tradition and a right guaranteed by the Second Ammendment of the U.S.constitution or whether they are a fearful danger contributing to crime and violence." ("gun control") Due to the outbreak of violence in our society, some people feel that repealing the Second Ammendment would solve the problem....   [tags: Constituton Bill Rights Right To Bear Arms]

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Panda Bear and Grizzly Bear

- There are many variant of bears in the bear’s family; starting from polar bear, grizzly bear, honey bear, black bear, panda bear, and many more. Each of them shares many similarities as well as differences. In this essay however, the writer will focused on classified the comparison and contrast between grizzly, and panda bear. From the taxonomy, the threat that both of them are facing, and also some of their behaviour, panda and grizzly share many things in common, but despite many similarities that they both share, there are also several things that distinguish both species such as foods, some of their behaviour From a first glance, both panda and grizzly bear look similar despite their siz...   [tags: threat, behavior, habitat]

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From Boy to Man in Flight, by John Steinbeck and The Bear by William Faulkner

- From Boy to Man in Flight, by John Steinbeck and The Bear by William Faulkner Flight, by John Steinbeck and The Bear by William Faulkner were both stories that dealt with the journey from boyhood to manhood. They were alike in many ways, a particularly interesting way was that in both stories, the journey to becoming a man was assisted by others, but ultimately it fell on the lone boy becoming a man on his own. The two boys in the story became men, but in two very different ways. In Flight Pepe is forced to make the transition to manhood as a result of his killing a man....   [tags: Faulkner Bear Essays]

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The Doubles Motif in Flannery O’Connor's The Violent Bear It Away

- The Doubles Motif in Flannery O’Connor's The Violent Bear It Away    In The Violent Bear It Away, Flannery O’Connor makes use of the doubles motif.  The doubles motif occurs when one character looks at another character and sees or senses yet another character’s presence.  In this novel, Francis and Rayber not only serve as doubles for each other but also as a double for Mason.             Francis makes Mason Tarwater’s presence felt by the way he talks and the fact that he, like Mason, never removes his cap.  After Francis is with Rayber a few days, Rayber feels Mason’s presence.  “Rayber had never, even when Old Tarwater had lived under his roof, been so conscious of the old man...   [tags: Violent Bear It Away Essays]

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The Second Amendment: Americans Have the Right to Bear Arms!

- The United States Constitution says that U.S. Citizens have the right to bear arms. Even though this guarantee was written with no constraints, there are now laws that limit certain aspects of gun ownership. The reasons for gun control fall under the flag of public safety. Though there are many safety reasons why private ownership of firearms should be banned, these arguments are outweighed not only by the need for protection, but because the limitation of ownership rights could become dangerous to personal freedom....   [tags: 2nd Amendment Constitution The Right To Bear Arms]

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Blood Music by Greg Bear and Movie The Matrix

- Blood Music by Greg Bear and Movie The Matrix Throughout the novel Blood Music, by Greg Bear, remarkable similarities to the movie Matrix are observed. From the fact that both stories create an entirely new world to the main characters ultimately being in control, these two stories are one in the same. Seen in both the novel and the movie, the question of what is real. arises quite often. The characters also share the quality of being in more than one place at a time. The most incredible occurrence though is the ability to have unlimited knowledge....   [tags: Blood Music Bear Matrix Movie Film Essays]

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Gun Control - We All Have a Right to Bear Arms

- We All Have a Right to Bear Arms    The preamble of the United States Constitution clearly states its objective: to establish justice, insure domestic tranquillity, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity   The bill of rights is the set of amendments to the constitution intended to secure these objectives for the individual citizens of the United States. The second amendment states:   A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed....   [tags: Constituton Bill Rights Right To Bear Arms]

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The Bear

- The Bear A parody by Fritz Karl Wilhelm Mueller The wind wailed through the towering pines of Grand National Park. The sun illuminated the landscape. Those pines were more than five hundred years old. They stood unchanging like the forest itself. The animals lived in a flawless balance with nature. No humans had ruined this pristine wilderness for some time. The trails overgrew with shrubs. Gathering, clouds brought an ominous dread to the forest. It became darker by the minute. Suddenly, lightning brightened the terrain....   [tags: essays research papers]

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the bear

- Composition II Research Paper Rough Draft title In “The Bear” by William Faulkner, there are several different personalities and attitudes that come into play at various times in the story. The story is told from the perspective of Isaac McCaslin, the boy of the story and one of the main characters as well, and many critics feel that this was “probably a projection of Faulkner’s own youthful self”(Monarch Notes 5). Isaac was of the aristocratic class of people who were a part of the South, and who also played a significant part of the stories that Faulkner wrote....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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The Polar Bear

- Survival of the fittest serves to be true in all walks of society. When drawing attention to the animals on top of the food chain, it’s important to analyze what sets them apart from the rest. What is the edge they have on the competitors. What are their weaknesses. The animals that occupy the artic regions have learned to survive the furry of Mother Nature, but still must compete for survival with the top predator of the artic, the polar bear. Polar bears inhabit the circumpolar arctic regions....   [tags: wildlife, animals, food chain]

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The Movie ' Brother Bear '

- Brother Bear The Disney 2D animation allows viewers to simulate many life lessons. The structure of the movie is well rounded for a variety of all age audience. The movie starts off with a Native American tribe in the Pacific Northwest introduces three brothers: Sitka (voice by D.B. Sweeney) the eldest brother/ peacemaker , Denahi (Jason Raize) the controlling middle brother, and Kenai (Joaquin Phoenix) the free spirited mischievous youngest brother. Part of the Native American tradition is the coming – of – age ceremony....   [tags: Life, Meaning of life, Jeremy Suarez]

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Nate, Hajji, and the Bear

- Nate's pounding heart drummed like it meant to escape his chest. But somehow his brain locked into a calm logical mode. It kept his feet bolted to the ground and a scream from his lips. He couldn't outrun a bear. He could do nothing that the bear couldn't do better, except think. If he didn't panic, maybe smarts would be enough. He forced a breath and remembered the granola bars in his pocket. He reached for them slowly to avoid upsetting the bear. The bear had moved no closer, and Nate watched it intensely for any sign it was ready to attack....   [tags: Creative Writing Essays]

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Analysis Of The Book ' The Bear '

- ... Most women at that time wouldn’t even think of doing something like that to a man. At First Mrs. Popov tries to resist him. You can tell that when she says “yes, yes, go away. Where are you going. Stop… Oh, go away. Oh, how furious I am. Don’t come near me. Don’t come near me!” (https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Byq6h70zkproa29ON1VxVjhyNTQ/edit?pref=2&pli=1) Then after that the story ends by Luka, the gardener, a workman, and a coachman coming into the yard with weapons to fight Grigory, but they find Grigory and Mrs....   [tags: Short story, Guy de Maupassant, Fiction]

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The Right to Bear a Concealed Handgun

- The Right to Bear a Concealed Handgun Should every adult citizen have the authority to have a handgun for protection of self-defense, or other individual reasons. Well, every citizen knows the fact that adults are allowed to have a gun, because of the approval of the 2nd amendment. Even though this policy is approved, some citizens are in political debate of this handgun approval. For years this law, there has always been a forward and against group. Some see the negative outcomes for their community, predicting that there could be more high crimes and injuries....   [tags: self-defense, citizens, criminals]

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It 's The Right Of Bear Arms

- It 's the right to bear arms. In the United States, one has the right to carry a concealed weapon on themselves at all times. Concealed weapons are becoming a controversy through The Second Amendment, background checks, the laws regarding these weapons, and the use of these weapons. The Second Amendment states that every person is entitled to “A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed,”(Moeller)....   [tags: Firearm, Concealed carry in the United States]

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History of the Right to Bear Arms

- In 1938 Adolf Hitler put restrictions on the Jewish people that kept them from manufacturing firearms or ammunition. Then he took up all of their firearms, and as a result of that when Adolf began the holocaust the Jews had no way of defending themselves. First he disarmed them then he killed them all because they had no way of fighting back. Some of the biggest mass murderers in history are governments that have taken peoples gun rights away, or never let them have guns in the first place. This one of the reasons gun control does not need to happen (Callahan, Bo)....   [tags: modern gun control]

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The Scalpel And The Silver Bear

- The Scalpel and the Silver Bear: Two Worlds Collide The Navajo creation story explains that medicine was brought to the people by an ancient owl. This owl sent down a magic bundle containing the powers of healing to the new world. For thousands of years Navajo people have used this knowledge to heal and live in harmony with each other. As a product of two worlds, Dr. Lori Alvord was one of the first people to combine modern medicine with Navajo beliefs by overcoming cultural differences....   [tags: Navajo people]

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Pushing The Bear By Diane Glancy

- The Native American culture has relied on verbal language as a way to pass down their history, legends, and customs. Many of their tribal stories have been passed down from generation to generation through the use of oral tradition as opposed to written language. These tales were told for both entertainment purposes and to preserve their rich history. These stories are a very important part of the Native American Culture. Diane Glancy’s novel, Pushing the Bear, captures the unique tradition of storytelling by the Cherokee tribe during the 1838 Trail of Tears....   [tags: Native Americans in the United States, Cherokee]

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The Dangers Facing the Polar Bear

- Everyone feels good drinking an ice cold Coca-Cola on a hot summer day. Except for Polar Bears, they seem to enjoy drinking them out in the Arctic where its booger freezing cold. Well at least that’s how the commercials tend to show it. Or is it that the Polar Bears are drinking an ice cold Coca-Cola because it’s too hot in the Arctic. Who knows. But one thing researchers do know is that the climate has changed, and Earth is getting warmer. The Polar Bear population has decreased drastically because of the increased warmth of the Earth and it is melting the sea ice in the Arctic Circle....   [tags: environmental, issues, endangered, species]

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Polar Bear: Threatened or Not?

- In recent decades, the global warming threat has captured the attention of the nation and the world. While the main focus began with concentrating on the effects this long-term natural crisis would have on the human population, select groups have worked to approach the topic in a manner that entails prevention in order to help other animal and plant species around the globe. One such organization is the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which has played a major role in the conservation of the polar bear species, one of the mammals most adversely affected by the recent climate changes....   [tags: Environmental Issues]

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The Right And Bear Arms

- The Right to Bear Arms People argue the right of the Second Amendment all the time. Some people think that guns should not be a given right and that we do not deserve to own them. Most liberals think that outlawing guns will lower the crime rate in America. My question to you is when was the last time a gun that was involved in a crime was legally purchased by the person committing the crime. In most cases, a robbery or crime is committed with a stolen gun. Stolen weapons are harder to trace to the criminal....   [tags: Firearm, Gun politics in the United States]

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The Right And Bear Arms

- ... Currently, in Australia, getting a gun license is extremely hard to do (Maguire). Since the new laws were passed, the amount of people killed by gun violence has dropped over seven percent per year (Grimson). If Australia cracked down on gun control and was successful, should not America do the same. President Barack Obama even stated after a church shooting that, “At some point, we as a country will have to reckon with the fact that this kind of mass violence does not happen in other advanced countries....   [tags: Firearm, United States]

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The Right to Bear Arms

- Do you know what the second amendment is. Or do you just know the simplest definition. The second amendment is simply defined as the right to bear arms. In further definition, the right to bear arms gives you the right to own a gun but restrains where you can take it and what type it is. First, one of the rights that is restricted is who can own a firearm. The Lewis V. The United States case is related to this restricted right because it is involved with gun ownership. Lewis was accused of a brake light entering with the intent of misdemeanor....   [tags: Fourth Ammendment to the US Constitution]

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The Right to Bear Arms

- Currently, The United States of America is at war against 27 words that were written by James Madison in 1789. The Bill of Rights is known as the first 10 amendments to The Constitution of the United States. The Bill of Rights states the rights of its citizens. The Second Amendment states: “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed”(Madison). Many people have argued that “to keep and bear arms” is not very obvious....   [tags: argumentative, persuasive, gun control]

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The Right to Bear Arms

- In the United States the right to own a gun is enshrined by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The text of the Second Amendment reads: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed” (Adams, 2004). The founding fathers borrowed this idea from Niccolo Machiavelli, the Italian thinker. He wrote about the weapons necessary for freedom to defend themselves, to hunt, and to protect the state against foreign invasion....   [tags: guns, freedom, violence]

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Gun Debate to Bear Arms

- ... They want to let the people have the chose to own a gun or not. The most well-known lobby for Gun Rights is the NRA. The NRA works by asking people who want to have the right to own a gun if they will sponsor the NRA. If the person choses to sponsor the NRA then they send in some money back. With that money the NRA is able to send more powerful people to the Congress and explain why they should keep Gun Rights. The Gun Rights lobby makes a lot of the same or similar points. For instance a lot of the time they got back to the second amendment and how it is our right to own guns....   [tags: right, firearms, shooting]

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The Right to Bear Arms

- A short documentary film of the Public Broadcasting Service entitled “After Newtown: Gun in America” was aired again on August 13, 2013. It was the eight-month period after the tragic massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. The tragic incident took the lives of twenty innocent children, and six adults. Even though these children and people were brutally killed in this mass shooting, the government couldn’t still effectively perform the relevant legislation to the gun law....   [tags: gun control, US history]

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The Right to Bear Arms

- In 1791 the United States government added the second amendment to the constitution. As stated in the Constitution, this amendment states that the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. In the early years of the United States it was common for people to walk around with their rifles or revolvers. Nobody really gave a second look or glared at them like they were doing something wrong. Openly carrying a firearm was normal in those times. Today, almost 223 years later, people are allowed to conceal their firearms from one another....   [tags: second ammendment to the US Constitution]

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The Right to Bear Arms

- Our founding father gave American citizens the right to bear arms, but was that the best idea or was it even the safest idea. Many Americans today own a gun and the majority use their gun in a safe manner. However, when the gun was first invented, it was intended to kill whether that be hunting, self-defense, or in battle. The gun is still to this day intended to kill and will always hold that purpose. Americans were given the right to bear arms in a time of need during the end of the revolutionary war, where there was still opposition from loyalists, in the early years of the country....   [tags: safe, gun, kill, control, laws]

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Jane Addams And Sumner Bear

- ... By doing so it would allow all individuals to receive the assistance needed in spite of race, sex, religion or social class. Her desire was to be a self-sacrificing giver to the poor and advocate for women’s rights and change laws that would help put a stop to poverty. Addams advocated for anti child labor laws to limit the hours that a woman can work, mandate schooling for children and she wanted to protect immigrants from exploration. Addams took action to the needs of the community by starting a nursery, dispensary, playground, gymnasium and provided kindergarten, day care facilities for children of working mothers and accommodating housing for young working women....   [tags: Sociology, Working class, Social class]

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This Poem Is for Bear

- <ol> <li value="1"> Introduction <li value="2"> Beat Poetry in General <li value="2">1. Gary Snyder as a beat poet and application to "This poem is for bear" <li value="3"> The Bear in myths and tales </ol> 3.1 The Kamui Cult in Japan <ol> <li value="3">2 Native Americans, the Bear and The Indian Bear Woman <li value="4"> Conclusion <li value="1"> Introduction </ol> Gary Snyder, a member of the so-called Beat Generation, wrote a poem called "This poem is for Bear." As we'll see later on this poem is characteristic for the Beat Generation and reflects important facts and experiences of the life of Gary Snyder....   [tags: Poetry]

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Polar Bear Evolution Is a Continuing Story

- ... Polar bears will also eat beluga whales and walrus (Field Guide 2002). At times, they will even eat eggs, crabs and kelp (Milius 1994). The polar bear is strong enough to lift a beluga whale, several times its own weight, out of the water for a meal (Drew 1996). For typical meals though, a polar bear will hunt a seal by either stalking or ambushing the animal. When a polar bear sees or smells a seal, normally it will slowly stalk the seal. As it approaches the animal, the polar bear then sets out on a high-speed chase....   [tags: Arctic biology and fauna]

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American Black Bear

- The American Black Bear is the smallest, yet most common species of Bear in North America. People have a propensity to think that Bears are very dangerous, especially to humans. In reality, Bears are harmless creatures, and have a very friendly demeanor. Compared to all other types of bears, the American Black Bear is in the middle when it comes to size. It is smaller than a Polar Bear, but larger than a Sloth Bear. Black Bears vary in size depending on their location in the world, sex, how much food is available, the time of year, and their inherited genes....   [tags: Animal Behavior]

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Grandma Nora's Bear

- Norma Green was a well respected lady that was very involved in the community. She was in her seventy’s and had a beautiful daughter named Sarah. Sarah was married to a wonderful man named Mark and they had a son named Jake. Norma suffered for years with breast cancer and despite her drive to beat the disease she died on November 5th, 2005. Grandma Norma was gone, but left were the treasured memories she left for her family. She was able to join her husband in heaven, as he died four years earlier....   [tags: short story, Ghosts, Creative Writing]

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Paul Bear Bryant

- Paul “Bear” Bryant was one of the top coaches of college football, winning more games than any other coach in history. Paul Bryant, an American college football player and coach, was best known for his time as the longtime head coach at the University of Alabama. Before, Alabama, he coached at the University of Maryland, Kentucky, and Texas A&M. Bryant took an active interest in the players' lives outside of football, but he also was a strict disciplinarian with his players. The legacy of Paul Bear Bryant can still be seen today throughout college football....   [tags: Top Coaches, College Football, Football]

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Was Vermont Teddy Bear Company Crazy?

- In 2005, the Vermont Teddy Bear Company produced a controversial bear for the Valentine holiday. The bear that was made was called “Crazy for You” and wore a straitjacket. It became an issue when the company was confronted for offending the mentally ill. After the problem became apparent to the organization, it responded by saying that it would continue selling the toy until the inventory was empty. It was put out for the public in January and was sold out by February 3. The ethical issue in this case is whether or not Vermont Teddy Bear Company handled the situation ethically correct....   [tags: Advertising]

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The Great North American Black Bear

- The Great North American Black Bear The North American black bear, scientifically known as Ursus americanus, is a type of bear that is indigenous to Northern America. Subspecies such as the Ursus americanus luteolu (Louisiana black bear) and the Ursus americanus floridanus (Florida black bear), have small populations and are found in Louisiana and Florida respectively. However, the North American black bear, which has an overall population of approximately 600,000 is distributed across Canada and Mexico, and can be found in at least 40 states in the United States (Powell, Zimmerman, & Seaman, 1996)....   [tags: habitat, breeding, diet]

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An Animal to Save The World: The Polar Bear

- An observant over the past years show the sudden increase of polar bears being endangered. The polar bear is a meat-eating bear, which normally lives within the Arctic Circle, surrounding sea. Polar bears are threatened directly on how humans treat our earth and our environment involving Global warming and greenhouse gas emissions. A friendly environment helps saving the lives of Polar bears that are being harmed due to our actions. This problem may be solved through various ways by helping to find ways to slow down global warming and to help regulate oil and gas businesses from using certain type of harmful chemicals that harm the Polar Bears and decreasing the rate of hunting being used to...   [tags: endangered species, artic circle]

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Three Main Types of Bear in Alaska

- In Alaska there are 3 main types of bears. They are brown bears, black bears, and polar bears. These categories are broken down into different genetics of bear species. The most common bear found in Alaska is the black bear. The black bears are smaller than most bears. They are found in almost all states in the US except Hawaii. Most are found in forest, but some may be found in swamps and mountains. An estimated 100,000 black bears live in Alaska. Black bears in Alaska range from sea level to the wooded forest....   [tags: Alaska, danger, hunting]

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The Right to Bear Arms a Constitutional Conflict

- The act of bearing a firearm was initially represented as a duty in England, up until King Alfred converted this duty into a right. By doing so, individuals were allowed to use firearms for two purposes: self-defense and hunting. In time, “kings chose to trust their subjects with arms and to modify and supplement the militia if need be” (Malcom 3). Individuals were given the right to bear arms in exchange for their participation in England’s militia, which consists of “able-bodied male citizens declared by law as being subject to call to military service” (“Militia”)....   [tags: militia, james madison, second amendment]

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Analysis Of The Movie ' The Right Of Bear Arms '

- ... She hears the cop cars coming around the corner. She is able to explain what happened to the cops, and they take him to the hospital. The man eventually ends up in custody, and Alicia is safe. With many people against the right to bear arms, it is crucial they understand what right they are putting in danger. For some, lives will be at stake. Without the protection of a firearm, how is one supposed to protect them self and their family from potential threats. Many think that if the right to bear arms is taken away, crime rates will drop....   [tags: Firearm, Concealed carry in the United States]

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The Bill of Rights and the Right to Bear Arms

- The United States Constitution is the most important document in history and to our nation. It was signed on the seventeenth day of September in the year of seventeen eighty-seven. It is a governing principle our nation, the foundation of the United States, and it provides structure for the nation and sets limitations on the ruling government as far as the dos’ and donts of their powers. In addition to these many functions, it also informs citizens of their rights. When this document was proposed and later ratified in 1791, the writers of this document named the first ten amendments the “Bill of Rights”....   [tags: Guns, Shooting]

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Competitive Position of Build-A-Bear Workshop

- I. Introduction This paper is aim to have a quick analysis of current competitive position of Build-A-Bear Workshop in the toy industry and challenges it faces, and to provide Build-A-Bear Workshop with some short-term and long-term recommendations to continue its success in toy industry. This paper mainly apply Porter’s five forces analysis, external environment analysis, financial analysis and value chain analysis. II. Case Summary Build-A-Bear Workshop was an American toy retailer, which was founded by Maxine Clark in 1996 in St....   [tags: Toy Industry, Value Chain Analysis]

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The Right to Keep and Bear Arms in the USA

- “A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a Free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” These words have become forgotten as individuals, former member of the U.S. Supreme Court John Paul Stevens, attempt to strip away the individual aspect of the second amendment. Gun control is not effective as it has not been shown to actually reduce the number of gun-related crimes. However, if more Americans were to purchase a gun, be trained to use the gun, and carry the gun, gun violence would begin to decrease....   [tags: Guns, Laws, Ammendment]

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The Rights of the Second Amendment to Bear Arms

- In recent years gun control has been a very hot topic. The Second Amendment, which was adopted on December 15, 1791 in the Bill of Rights, protected the rights of Americans to keep and bear arms. Today that right is being tested by the government who plans to tighten its grips on gun control in America. Should or right to protect ourselves be infringed upon. That’s debatable. Guns play a major role in many criminal acts we see on the news in today’s society. We hear about accidental shootings, gang shooting, mass shootings in public places, and even shootings in the work place....   [tags: guns, right, crimes]

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What Would You Do If There Was A Bear?

- What would you do if there was a bear in your home. Your house is no longer a home, and your family is no longer safe. At the age of 13 my bravery and proclaimed love for my family was put to the test. Though most of us don’t get the horrifying experience of fighting an untamed beast, on this day I saved my little sister’s life from a Boxer... no— not a professional boxer. A breed of dogs who are said to be people dogs. But neither my little sister nor I were dog people after this tragic event. I was a 5’10 tall, skinny 13 year old with wrist bones the size of a branch....   [tags: Family, Sibling, Dog, Attack!]

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The Right to Bear Arms and College Campuses

- ... I had never experienced so much high level security at my high school prior to that week. It was clear everyone was on edge, from the students, to the faculty, and from the police and SWAT that were on site at our high school. Fortunately nothing happened, but I remember being very uneasy that week. Ever since that week from hell, I have wondered what it would have been like if we, as students and faculty would have been allowed to carry a firearm to protect ourselves during that uneasy time....   [tags: gun control and regulations]

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The Right to Bear Arms is a Human Right

- “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the securing of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” Those are the words of the seconds amendment to the Constitution of the United States. These words were written by the man who laid the foundation of our government today. As a constitutional right our government has no right to take away our right to concealed carry. The government may mean good by doing this, but will this really help, or only create more problems....   [tags: Anti Gun Control Essays]

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The Right to Bear Arms: Argument in Favor

- The constitution of the United States claims we, as American citizens, have the right to bear arms. Since 1787, the ownership of handguns has been legal. If we fast-forward to the twenty-first century, we see an increase in the number of homicides and suicides occurring on a daily basis. This increase has created the belief that the gun policy needs tighter restrictions or that guns should be banned completely from citizen possession. However, making it more difficult to obtain a gun or banning guns from citizen possession will not solve the gun problem....   [tags: US constitution, guns, firearms]

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Keeping the Right to Bear Arms Alive

- Even though uninformed people think that if there were no firearms then there wouldn't be any violent crime, firearms are an essential right of the American people because if guns were taken away the government would totally control us and without firearms we are defenseless. There are those people that think that if there were no firearms then there wouldn't be any violent crimes. In 2011 there were close to 33,000 Americans that were victims of gun-related deaths. According Brady campaign an average of 268 people are shot every day; in America that is 97,820 people a year....   [tags: gun related deaths, firearm control]

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Drastic Environmental and Polar Bear Change

- Polar bears are the kings and queens of the Arctic. They are on the top of the food chain and have no other predators, and there strong bodies and layers of fat and fur allow them to survive the harsh conditions of the Arctic. The Arctic is a large body of frozen water with layers of ice sheets and is filled with glaciers. The regional climate of the Arctic is mostly cold and freezing temperatures that range from -40 to -60 degrees Celsius in the winter to about a high of -10 degrees Celsius in the summer....   [tags: arctic, migration, food]

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Faulners The Bear

- In many books, there are characters that are written into the story to show the strengths of the main character. In this case it is Ike who because of Boon we see as a main his weaknesses and his strengths. Ike is a young boy who has just come unto the age of a hunter. He’s first time at the camp we see that Ike is a strong young boy whose main fault is his youth. However we meat Boon in the beginning of the story and slowly through out the story we learn that Boon is not perfect and that he is related to Sam Fathers, who is Ike’s teacher....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Smokey the Bear

- Smokey the Bear In 1950, a careless act turned into tragedy when a fire burned wild and swept away over 17,000 acres of forest watershed land in the Capitan Mountains, Lincoln National Forest. When the fire had died off, a badly burned cub was rescued from a charred tree. This cub, later named 'Smokey,'; was taken to the National Zoo where he lived out the rest of his life. Smokey was soon used to create an animated bear aimed at informing people of forest fires and fire prevention. The 'Smokey the Bear'; ad campaign was extremely effective and is still being used today as a way to inform the public of campfire do's and don'ts....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Right to Keep and Bear Arms

- The Right to Keep and Bear Arms The right to keep and bear arms was considered a fundamental, individual right in the original 13 colonies from the pre-Revolutionary period through the ratification of the 2nd Amendment to the US Constitution in 1791. The Amendment states: A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. The right to keep and bear arms has been a topic of extreme controversy in this century and can be argued equally from both sides....   [tags: Papers]

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Symbolism of the Bear in the Kite Runner by Khalid Hosseini

- Throughout history bears are used to symbolize strength, protection, and bravery because of their protective instincts and powerful bodies. In The Kite Runner by Khalid Hosseini, Baba is usually reference to the bear. He is a well-respected business man in Kabul. Baba is seen to be very moral and powerful. He lost his wife during the birth of his son, Amir which is easily bullied by the other children of the neighborhood, because he is too afraid to stand up to the other children. Baba worries that if Amir cannot handle himself as a child, he would not be able to handle himself as an adult....   [tags: symbolism, resemblance, growth, strength]

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Culture and Community in The Giving Tree and The Bear That Wasn´t

- To one, culture and community may seem that they are very similar. Yes, there are some similarities between the two, but if you further interpret them, they become more diverse. Culture is a set of rules and regulations, a heritage, the influence onto the way people act, the roles in society that people encounter, and can be quite manipulative. Community is what people experience on a personal level. Culture is about the whole environment, and the community is about the people within the culture, and their personal relationships....   [tags: cultural blinders, relationships, heritage]

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The Vermont Teddy Bear Company

- The Vermont Teddy Bear Company Introduction The Vermont Teddy Bear Company (VTBC) was founded in 1981 by John Sorinto. Unfortunately, for John, the company became too big for him to oversee since he was an entrepreneur. However, he gracefully stepped down in 1995 and supported the hiring of a new CEO that would lead the company into its future success (Vincelette, p. 27-3). One thing that has remained is the companies focus. The Vermont Teddy Bear's "...focus has been to design, manufacture, and direct market the best teddy bears made in America using quality American materials and labor." (p....   [tags: Business Marketing]

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Legal Proceedings of Starbucks Agains Black Bear Company

- Applying Ethical Framework: Starbucks vs. Charbucks 1) Starbucks’ legal case strategy legal maneuvering cannot be considered as ethical. The company tried to use its power in order to weaken the small company that already was much weaker. It is obvious that Black Bear had much less finances than the Starbucks did, and that is why legal procedures were exhausting the small company financially. The maneuvering, undertaken by Starbucks, had the aim to destroy the Black Bear Company, and thus to reach its target in the legal proceedings....   [tags: stakeholders, ethics, coffee]

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A Well Regulated Millitia: Is the Freedom to Bear Arms Constitutional?

- Americans carry a heavy debate about whether or not the freedom to bear arms is constitutional. On December 14, 2012, a massive shooting occurred in Sandy Hook Elementary, involving a twenty-year-old man as the perpetrator, and twenty victims were shot. The outbreak of this crisis brought a national awareness about gun rights, and if carrying guns can also be used in defense. Due to this awareness, Americans are unsure whether or not guns can be handled within the states. The Second Amendment of the United States was written by our founding Fathers stating that it was necessary to have the security of a free state, the right of the people and bear arms, and these rights should not be impose....   [tags: Second Amendment, defend america]

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Why Timothy Treadwell Deserved to be Attacked by a Grizzly Bear

- ... The bears (grizzlies, brown, and other varieties) found in Alaska are among the largest on earth. Grizzly-human interaction is best done minimally, if at all: the only reason that bears do not react as quickly as they might to humans (considering them prey) is that in their habitats, they have access to plenty of food and they do not consider humans a territorial threat, so the usual reaction of a bear to a human in the wild is mild curiosity, then indifference. This general lack of reaction to his presence lulled Treadwell into thinking that the bears were tolerating it, and then to the ultimately fatal assumption that they were mutual friends....   [tags: foolish, anthropomorphism, danger]

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Building Mentorship Capability from Build-a-Bear Workshop

- ... She is also a member of the Committee of 200 and is a former member of the Board of Directors of The J.C. Penney Company, Inc.” Maxine Clark is a hard person to place in the career stage model, so I believe she is in transition, between the two stages Maintenance and Withdrawal. The workload Maxine Clark takes on is unbelievable almost, on top of what I listed above she also continues to go around the country giving speeches to young innovators, and molding minds for future success. This is why you have to keep her in the maintenance stage mostly even though the definition of the withdrawal stage is an individuals career in which the individual contemplates retirement or possible career...   [tags: young entrepreneurs and business students]

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The Rights to Bear Arms

- The Rights to Bear Arms      Gun control is a very controversial issue among society at present. Many feel guns are the cause of a great amount of crime. This has been an especially popular topic recently in lieu of the shooting at Columbine and other high schools across the country. Are these crimes reason to take away our freedom to bear arms. I do not believe so. The average person uses guns mainly as a means of protection. If limitations are placed on guns, they will only stop the average American from obtaining a gun....   [tags: Bill Rights second amendment Constitution Gun ]

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The Right to Bear Arms

- The Right to Bear Arms How many of us want the U.S. government to have the right to tell us what to do, and when w can do it. There are probably not many who would agree that the government should have that right. Though having gun control laws is not to that extreme, some would say it is the first step. Growing up in a small town, and also growing up with guns my whole life I was one of those people who did not want gun control laws. Then after reading two articles that discussed this topic I found that I have been ignorant about this subject....   [tags: Papers]

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A Modern Casting of The Bear, A Joke in One Act

- Anton Chekhov was a Russian playwright who lived in the late 1800s. He wrote a comedy entitled The Bear, A Joke in One Act. This drama is about a man and woman who initially despise each other, but fall in love late in the play. Mrs. Popov is a widow who is unrealistically grieving over the loss of her husband. The leading male character in the play is Grigory Stepanovich Smirnov, a quick-tempered man who is looking to collect money that Mrs. Popov’s late husband owed him. Luka is Mrs. Popov’s footman, who also plays an important part in the play....   [tags: Film Casting Literature ]

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We Must Have the Right to Keep and Bear Arms

- Within the United States Constitution, amendments one through ten referred to as the “Bill of Rights” contains amendment two which reads “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed” (States, 1789). Despite this amendment, gun control still remains one of the most highly-debated issues in the United States. While the Constitution clearly states our right “to keep and bear Arms”, the gun control lobbyists continue to challenge this right by using the media to convey misleading stories on how guns by themselves are the problem....   [tags: argumentative, persuasive, gun control]

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The Right to Bear Arms

- Gun control has been a controversial issue for many years. A vast majority of citizens believe that if gun control is strictly enforced it would quickly reduce the threat of crime. Many innocent people feel they have the right to bear arms for protection, or even just the pleasure of hunting. Americans have a constitutional right to own hand guns and stricter laws and licensing will not affectively save lives. The second amendment states “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” The Founding Fathers included this in the Bill of Rights because they feared the Federal Government might oppres...   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Gun Control]

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Americans Should Keep their Right to Bear Arms

- ... While support for strict gun-control laws usually bas been strongest in large cities, where crime rates are highest, that's precisely where right-to-carry laws have produced the largest drops in violent crimes(Lott). Gun prevention laws clearly do not stop crime but only contribute to more violence. When people see guns as only weapons of violence they should also see the ways in which people use them for pure-hearted enjoyment such as hunting and competition. For many people across the United States, guns are used for the sport of hunting....   [tags: gun control issues]

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