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Nature and Procreation in Blue Highways

- Nature and Procreation in Blue Highways In the book of a rustic American journey, Blue Highways, William Least Heat Moon continually characterizes the land he travels with simple, natural references. Least Heat Moon repeatedly gives the nature he discovers on his journey very fertile, prolific qualities. The essays often contains vivid physical descriptions of the environment, particularly its natural beauty. Least Heat Moon ponders human existence and its interference with the environment....   [tags: Blue Highways]

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Forgotten People of the Blue Highways

- Forgotten People of the Blue Highways Journeying along the back roads of the blue highways of the road maps, William Least Heat Moon discovers the forgotten people of America in Blue Highways. In the beginning, his trip seems to be motivated by anger and disillusion. But when readers look deeper into the story, they see that Least Heat Moon focuses the attention on how to "climb out of a world which he realized was impersonal and materialistic" (Lyons 63). By avoiding the large cities, he focuses his attention on the forgotten civilizations....   [tags: Blue Highways]

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Heritage of Blue Highways

- Heritage of Blue Highways In the country travelers' Bible, Blue Highways, William Least Heat Moon takes a journey into his Native American heritage as well as into the heart of American culture. As a person of mixed ancestry, Least Heat Moon wishes to seek the history and experiences of his past in his travels. He is especially interested in the Native American element of his heritage because he had no knowledge of his ancestry as he was growing up. At the point at which he begins his journey, after being a student and scholar of Renaissance literature, Least Heat Moon is able to identify more freely with his past ("Whispers..." 58-60)....   [tags: Blue Highways]

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Coming Full Circle in Blue Highways

- In his traveling diary, Blue Highways, William Least Heat Moon takes a trip to various destinations of unknown worth. His American back roads tour is characterized by the pattern of taking a journey that follows a circle. Least Heat Moon's circular journey is both literal and spiritual. His travels circle the nation, and he gathers history and personality from all corners of America. More importantly, however, Least Heat Moon sets out to fully explore and find himself. He provides the audience with the simple explanation of the circular nature of his journey because "following a circle would give a purpose&emdash;to come around again&emdash;where taking a line would not"(Le...   [tags: Blue Highways]

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Blue Highways, Leaves of Grass and the Parkdale Library

- Blue Highways, Leaves of Grass and the Parkdale Library I don't know what exactly I expected to find at the library that summer. Rows of gleaming shelves and neatly stacked books, probably. No sound but the humming of fluorescent lights and the thump of rubber stamps. The librarians would be demure types - soft-spoken and intellectual. I thought of the place itself as a sort of solemn temple to the written word. With these images in mind, I was startled by my first glimpse of the employees' workroom....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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Review of Blue Remembered Hills

- Review of Blue Remembered Hills 'Blue Remembered Hills' is a poem by AE Houseman that shows an idealistic view of childhood as you see in the poem. That is the land of lost content I see it shining plain The happy highways where I went And cannot come again In this short piece AE Houseman gives the effect of a clean happy time. Dennis Potter has a completely different view on childhood that completely contrasts with AE Houseman's poem. Dennis potters play is a reversal of AE Houseman's poem, including the attitudes of the children....   [tags: Papers]

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Blue Ocean Strategy

- Blue ocean strategy is a strategy that aims to make the competition irrelevant by finding ways to generate uncontested market space (Media Marketing, 2012). By implementing this strategy, a company is being forced to align their process related to production, costs and costs activities (Media Marketing, 2012). By utilizing the blue ocean strategy, Ambang Mata will achieve higher returns and also may continue to survive in the market. One of the strategy being suggested was setting up a research and development department (R&D) may also very helpful in analyzing the current market trend as well as developing a new products....   [tags: Business, Ambang, Blue-Ocean]

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Letter from a Character in Island of the Blue Dolphins

- This is Won-a-pa-lei, or Karana. As you may know I was left stranded on an island with my late brother Ramo, or Chief Tanyositlopai, while my sister Ulape and the rest of our tribe left to unknown land. I wish to not point fingers, but Ramo was at fault for their departure without us. He was a stubborn child who went to collect his spear quickly before they could have left. I had to go after him because what’s an older sister to do. With my parent’s death and Ulape’s obsessive crush with Nanko, she sure was not going after him....   [tags: Island of the Blue Dolphins]

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Thomas Whitecloud’s Blue Winds Dancing and the Internet

- In Thomas A. Whitecloud’s “Blue Winds Dancing,” he talks about how he feels disconnected with society because of the different aspects of society that he does not agree with and is not accustomed to. He copes with the two opposing societies because he is biracial and is therefore a part of both societies. There are many activities that are participated in by people who are apart of what he calls the civilized world. Whitecloud hitchhikes on a train in a cattle car with bums because he thinks that bums are the closest to his people....   [tags: Blue Winds Dancing Essays]

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Dennis Potters' Blue Remembered Hills

- Dennis Potters' Blue Remembered Hills A.E. Houseman’s poem looks back at childhood as a “land of lost content” meaning that when you are a child you are innocent and you don’t have a care in the world. Also he says that childhood is a “happy highway where I went / and cannot come again” meaning that they are the best years of your life but you can never go back there. Dennis Potter took the poem and turned it in to a play about a group of children who were on there school holidays in the forest of dean in Gloucester....   [tags: Dennis Potters Blue Remembered Hills Essays]

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Questions On The Novel ' Blue Jeaned Sitter '

- Shewas a large woman with a large purse that had everything in it but hammer and nails. It had a long strap and she carried it slung across her shoulder. It was about eleven o 'clock at night, and she was walking alone, when a boy ran up behind her and tried to snatch her purse. The strap broke with the single tug the boy gave it from behind. But the boy 's weight, and the weight of the purse combined caused him to lose his balance. Instead of taking off full blast as he had hoped, the boy fell on his back on the sidewalk, and his legs flew up....   [tags: 2007 singles, 2005 singles, Blue Suede Shoes]

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The Blue Hotel

- The Blue Hotel As a recently published book on the works of Stephen Crane, it is rather disappointing to see some of the key moments left out of Stanley Wertheim's criticism in A Stephen Crane Encyclopedia about the short story "The Blue Hotel." Wertheim leaves out a key point in the characterization of the Swede and the plot of the story. This occurs at the point where Patrick Scully, in the story, persuades the Swede to stay in his hotel despite his fears and inhibitions about the Wild West by getting him to drink and not to worry....   [tags: Blue Hotel Essays]

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How Can Humans Reverse Damage to Mission Blue Butterflies?

- It’s light blue wings flutter softly as it flies from Lupine plant to Lupine plant. Icaricia icarioides missionensis ( Mission Blue Butterfly) was discovered in 1937. Icaricia icarioides missionensis is native to the San Francisco Bay Area of California. It has lost most of it habitat in the region to development , and is thus limited to residing only in the Twin Peaks of San Francisco, Fort Baker in Marin County, and San Bruno Mountain in San Mateo County. Human beings are the main reason for the decline in the Mission Blue’s natural habitat....   [tags: butterflies, mission blue, lupines]

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Progression and the Structure of The Blue Hotel

- Progression and the Structure of The Blue Hotel In his essay, Robert F. Gleckner discusses progression, as it is related to the structure of "The Blue Hotel." He follows the progression of power and control in the story, as it shifts to different characters. Gleckner also follows the progression of the storm outside and how it symbolizes a natural force that will always be more powerful than human control. In the beginning of "The Blue Hotel," Scully has the power, as he "practically makes [his three guests] prisoners....   [tags: Blue Hotel Essays]

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The Symbolic Naturalist of The Blue Hotel

- The Symbolic Naturalist of The Blue Hotel   This essay considers the perspective of James Trammell Cox as presented in his essay: An Analysis of the Blue Hotel   Cox begins his essay by discussing naturalism and Crane's fictional style. He suggests that Crane's technique "is that of the symbolist rather than the naturalist in that he carefully selects his details not as pieces of evidence in a one-dimensional report on man but as connotatively associated parts of an elaborately contrived symbolic structure." Basically the thrust of Cox's argument is centered around the degree to which Crane displays the characteristics of a naturalist writer....   [tags: Blue Hotel Essays]

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Fear in Crane's The Blue Hotel

- Fear in Crane's The Blue Hotel Stephen Crane's "The Blue Hotel" is, according to Daniel Weiss, "an intensive study of fear." The story uses a game to show how fear unravels itself. He also discusses inner fears as opposed to fears existing in reality, and the ways that they bring each other about in this short story. Weiss begins by pointing out how Crane used the stereotypical 1890's American West as his setting. The Swede comes to the Blues Hotel with the assumption that he will witness, if not be involved in, robberies and murders....   [tags: Blue Hotel Essays]

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Corruption in the Film Blue Chips

- Corruption: The act of corrupting or of impairing integrity, virtue, or moral principle; the state of being corrupted or debased; loss of purity or integrity; depravity; wickedness; impurity; bribery. In the film Blue Chips corruption overshadows true meaning of sports tournament. There are two challenging issues in the film dealing with money and morals. Bribery is used to save the athletic reputation of the university. A college basketball coach finds himself battling between his morals, integrity of the team and institution he works for....   [tags: Blue Chips Movie]

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Importance of Setting in The Blue Hotel

- Importance of Setting in Stephen Crane's The Blue Hotel    In  'The Blue Hotel,' Stephen Crane uses various provocative techniques to ensure that the setting adds to the richness of the story. 'The Blue Hotel' is set in a cold Nebraska town at the Palace Hotel in the late 1800's, but there is more to setting than just when and where a story takes place.  In a written work, it is the author's job to vividly depict events in order to keep the reader?s attention and to create colorful mental images of places, objects, or situations....   [tags: Blue Hotel Essays Stephen Crane]

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A Yellow Raft in Blue Water

- A Yellow Raft in Blue Water is divided into three sections narrated by three different Native American women: Rayona, Christine, and Ida. Rayona’s narrative begins at the hospital, where she is playing cards with her mother, Christine, who drinks heavily and is frequently hospitalized. Rayona’s father, Elgin, arrives and argues with Christine. Rayona leaves for the parking lot and finds Christine trying to break into their car. Christine says she is going to crash the car so Rayona can collect the life insurance payment....   [tags: A Yellow Raft in Blue Water Essays]

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Book Review: Divided Highways

- Since the beginning of the United States the American people have been on the move. Public transportation has played a major role in the development of this nation and in bringing its citizens together. In the book “Divided Highways”, author Tom Lewis takes the reader on a journey of the building of the Interstates and the consequences(good and bad) that came from them. Lewis believes that the Interstates are a physical characteristic of America and that it shows “all our glory and our meanness; all our vision and our shortsightedness”(xiv)....   [tags: Book Review ]

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Search for Self in Blue Winds Dancing

- Search for Self in Blue Winds Dancing      Blue Winds Dancing by author Tom Whitecloud, is narrated by the story's unnamed main character. The young Indian man's persona is brought to life through his own recollection and spoken words. We recognize the turmoil this character faces as he is away from "his people," attending college in White man's society. He doubts his place in either world, believes he must choose between them, and realizes finally that being an Indian is only one part of who he is....   [tags: Blue Winds Dancing Essays]

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Am I Blue by Beth Henley

- Am I Blue by Beth Henley Am I Blue, is a one-act play written by a southern woman playwright, Beth Henley. At the age of twenty, Henley wrote this first play; and it may also have been a play that reflected her passage to adulthood....   [tags: Play Henley Blue]

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Analysis of The Blue Hotel by Stephen Crane

- Analysis of The Blue Hotel by Stephen Crane "The Blue Hotel" by Stephen Crane is a story about three travelers passing through Fort Romper, Nebraska. Pat Scully, the owner of the Palace Hotel, draws the men to his hotel that is near the train station. In the hotel the three men meet Johnnie, son of Scully, and agree to play a game of cards with him. During the game, the Swede declares Johnnie as a cheater; this gives rise to a fistfight between Johnnie and the Swede. The Swede wins the fight but leaves the hotel with a false sense of confidence....   [tags: Short Stories The Blue Hotel Essays]

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Girl in Hyacinth Blue by Susan Vreeland

- Girl in Hyacinth Blue by Susan Vreeland Overview In eight quasi-connected stories, Susan Vreeland delivers a fictional lesson on aesthetics. Set amidst human sorrow and historic chaos, the narrative follows an imagined Vermeer painting from the present day through 330 years of its provenance--beginning with its willful destruction in the 1990s and concluding with its inspired creation in the 1660s: Chapter 1. 1995(?): in Pennsylvania, math teacher Cornelius Englebrecht burns the painting in his fireplace; 1942: in Amsterdam, from the Vredenburg home, German soldier Otto Engelbrecht loots the painting, hides it, and absconds with it to America....   [tags: Girl in Hyacinth Blue Susan Vreeland]

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Am I Blue by Beth Henley

- Am I Blue by Beth Henley Works Cited Not Included The author of Am I Blue, Beth Henley, begins the play with the seventeen-year-old protagonist John Polk sitting alone in a bar. John contemplates on the red and black card in his hand. From the street, a sixteen-year-old girl whose name is Ashbe sits next to him. She hides under his raincoat because she stole two ashtrays from a local inn. Ashbe is a social person and soon begins a conversation with John. Through persistent questioning, Ashbe discovers John is in a fraternity....   [tags: Am Blue Beth Henley Essays]

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The Pride of Blue Springs: The Blue Springs Cemetery

- An unmistakable crisp smell of fall hangs in the air. The old, iron fence gives a safe feeling, as the sound of gravel sounds under visitors’ shoes. Surprisingly, this is the typical setting of the Blue Springs Cemetery. The cemetery not only serves to house deceased loved ones, but also serves as a symbol of pride to the Blue Springs and surrounding community. The Blue Springs Cemetery, a Gage County Landmark, has a rich history and is an important part of community pride and service. The Blue Springs Cemetery is in the town of Blue Springs, Nebraska, located in the Southeast corner of the state....   [tags: Landmark ]

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The Pride of Blue Springs: The Blue Springs Cemetery

- An unmistakable crisp smell of fall hangs in the air. The old, iron fence can be seen by anybody on the road, as the sound of gravel sounds under visitors’ shoes. People can feel a strange sense of peace and calmness as they look at loved ones. Surprisingly this is the typical setting of the Blue Springs Cemetery. The cemetery not only serves to contain deceased loved ones, but also as a symbol of pride to the Blue Springs and surrounding community. The Blue Springs Cemetery, a Gage County Landmark, has a rich history, and is an important part of community pride and service....   [tags: Nebraska]

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Free Essays Settings, Characters, and Ideas in The Blue Hotel

- Settings, Characters, and Ideas in The Blue Hotel The Story "The Blue Hotel" by Stephen Crane was one that inspires a lot of thought. This thought is about settings, characters, and ideas. The characters he creates are very different from each other, as shown in comparisons to each other. The use of symbolism in the story lets us imagine why the hotel is painted blue and we can wonder about the character of the Swede for long periods of time. These elements combined have made this story very good....   [tags: Blue Hotel Essays]

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Reality in Wallace Stevens’ The Man with the Blue Guitar

- Reality in Wallace Stevens’ The Man with the Blue Guitar For Wallace Stevens, reality is an abstraction with many perspective possibilities. As a poet, Stevens struggles to create original perspectives of reality. Wallace Stevens creates a new, modern reality in his poetry. Actually, Stevens decreates reality in his poetry. In The Necessary Angel, Stevens paraphrases Simone Weil’s coinage of decreation as the change from created to uncreated or from created to nothingness. Stevens then defines modern reality as, “a reality of decreation, in which our revelations are not the revelations of belief, but the precious portents of our own powers”(750)....   [tags: Man with the Blue Guitar Essays]

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Pride and Racial Inferiority in Blue Winds Dancing

- There is a fine line between admiration of one's own culture and contempt for those who are different. Where is the line drawn between pride and prejudice. A society will always feel as though their system of beliefs and way of life is superior and opposing culture are lacking in dignity. In "Blue Winds Dancing" Tom Whitecloud's unnamed character is at that crossroad in his life. Is his Indian culture truly inferior to that of the White man; is his honor to not drift away from his own culture leading to prejudice for the White man....   [tags: Blue Winds Dancing Essays]

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Selina and Gordon's Friendship in A Patch of Blue by Elizabeth Kata

- In her novel, A Patch of Blue, Elizabeth Kata tells a story of Selina, an eighteen year old blind girl who meets and develops a relationship with Gordon, an older black man. Gordon helps Selina realize many hopes and dreams, though not without some drawbacks. One of the disadvantages of Selina and Gordon's relationship is that he is able to withhold telling her about the colour of his skin. Selina hates black people because the only colour that she can see is black, and she has grown to despise it....   [tags: A Patch of Blue Essays]

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Rayona’s Growth in A Yellow Raft In Blue Water

- Rayona’s Growth in A Yellow Raft In Blue Water      As the subject of the first section of Doris' novel, A Yellow Raft In Blue Water, Rayona faces many problems that are unique to someone her age. Ray's mixed race heritage makes her a target of discrimination on the reservation. Problems in her family life (or lack thereof), give Rayona a reversed role in which she is the mother taking care of Christine. In dealing with these issues, Rayona learns a lot about herself and others.   Because of the life that Christine leads, the role of mother and daughter are switched and Rayona often finds herself watching out for her mom....   [tags: Yellow Raft Blue Water Essays]

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A Yellow Raft in Blue Water - Mixed Blood

- A Yellow Raft in Blue Water - Mixed Blood When we read books, especially when we're young, we're especially alert for things to recognize, clues to help us place ourselves in a confusing and daunting universe in which gender, age, economics, and identity itself are muddled by too much information, too many possibilities. We are externally ordered by one constellation in our immediate household, another in our social or school setting, many others on television. Where do we fit. What is the community of "us" to which we comfortably and securely and enduringly belong....   [tags: Yellow Raft Blue Water Essays]

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Man and Nature in Stephen Crane's The Blue Hotel and The Open Boat

- Man and Nature in The Blue Hotel and The Open Boat      Stephen Crane uses a massive, ominous stove, sprawled out in a tiny room and burning with "god-like violence," as a principal metaphor to communicate his interpretation of the world. Full of nearly restrained energy, the torrid stove is a symbol of the burning, potentially eruptive earth to which humans "cling" and of which they are a part. As a literary naturalist, Crane interpreted reality from a Darwinian perspective, and saw the earth driven by adamant natural laws, violent and powerful laws which are often hostile to humans and their societies, and he conceived of humans as accidents, inhabiting a harsh, irrational, dan...   [tags: Blue Hotel Essays]

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An Annotation of John Crowe Ransom's Blue Girls

- An Annotation of John Crowe Ransom's Blue Girls Simply put, Blue Girls is about beauty. The poem focuses on the realization and truthfulness that beauty undoubtedly fades. The speaker appeals to young girls, warning them to not put all their hope in their beauty, but to still utilize it before it diminishes. Blue Girls By John Crowe Ransom Twirling your blue skirts, travelling the sward Under the towers of your seminary, Go listen to your teacher old and contrary Without believing a word....   [tags: Crowe Ransom Blue Girls Poem Essays]

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Playing the Character John from Blue Remembered Hills

- Playing the Character John from Blue Remembered Hills The group, consisting of John, Audrey, Angela, Willie and Raymond; have heard a bomb siren going off from the nearby prison camp. They know that this means danger and as they are in the woods, they cant go anywhere for cover and start to worry about one of the prisoners, or “Ities” and “Wops” as they call them, having escaped. They decide to keep an eye out for any dangers but all the talk of these “Ities” had got them just frightening each other even more....   [tags: Blue Hills Remembered Danile Potter Plays Essays]

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Automobile Safety - Slaughter on the Highways

- Slaughter on the Highways If there is one thing that is largely ignored in our society, it is the sheer slaughter that takes place daily on our roads and motorways/highways. It just doesn't get the same media and political attention as crime and drugs do, even though the number of road deaths is far greater than in both of these categories. When politicans want to raise their popularity they nearly always talk about the high number of deaths from drugs and the like, and what measures they are going to introduce to bring these down....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics]

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The Effects of Highways and Automobiles on Urban American Character

- The development of the United States Highway System has had negative impacts on the urban character of our country’s cities. One of the main catalysts, if not the main catalyst, of urban sprawl has been the development of transportation. It has made it extremely convenient and easy for people to move farther out of the inner city and develop rural America. As a result many prominent cities across our country have felt the effects of sprawl through diminished downtown economies. Highways have also played a key role in the standardization of American urban environments....   [tags: transportation, suburban, ]

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Thailand Highways Management Project

- Thailand Highways Management Project (P075173) Group 3 1. Praphop Anantakoon St101942 2. Lam Quynh Tho St102016 3. Phan Thanh Nga St102056 4. Trinh Thi Kim Phuong St102015 5. Nguyen Thuy Hang St102062 6. Probal Dutta St101941 SOM, May 2005 TABLE OF CONTENT I - INTRODUCTION: 3 1.The rationale of the study. 3 2.The Project Background. 3 2.1. The Project Information: 3 2.2....   [tags: Papers]

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The Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways

- Highway Revolt In the past seventy years the United States has evolved to become a nation of intricate roads and major superhighways. With 6,586,610 km of public roads the United States holds the leading position for the largest road network in the world. Creating such a monstrous change in a nation over a short period of time generated some disagreements between locals and politicians. In addition to disagreements, the undertaking of building an enormous network of highways held a vast number of unintended consequences....   [tags: construction of roads, superhighways]

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Insider vs. Outsider in The Blue Hotel, The Displaced Person, Bernice Bobs her Hair, and Novel In Dubious Battle

- Insider vs. Outsider in The Blue Hotel, The Displaced Person, Bernice Bobs her Hair, and Novel In Dubious Battle Whenever a stranger enters an unfamiliar society, a clash between the outsider’s practices and society’s guidelines undoubtedly occurs. Whether the resulting conflict minimally or powerfully affects the people involved depends on the situation, but usually the results are monumental. In the short stories “The Blue Hotel,” “The Displaced Person,” and “Bernice Bobs her Hair,” and the novel In Dubious Battle, society’s fear of the stranger has severe negative consequences for the newcomer, as the community’s rules prevail over the outsiders in the end....   [tags: Blue Hotel displaced Bernice Dubious Essays]

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Proposal for the Installation of Emergency Telephones On Highways in Connecticut

- Proposal for the Installation of Emergency Telephones On Highways in Connecticut Introduction I propose to install emergency telephones along Connecticut highways. Connecticut highways do not provide immediate help for emergencies. Daily, there is a 50/50 change of an accident or emergency happening. There are 45 and up to 70 emergencies in the Greater Hartford area alone. Proposal This report proposes that emergency telephones be installed on Connecticut highways. They would offer efficient ways to get help immediately for emergency situations and also would decrease the chances of crime that may occur while people have to wait for help....   [tags: Proposal Paper]

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blue cross blue shield

- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida (BCBSFL) Operating Services is Florida’s largest insurer, serving more than 6 million residents in total. Three trends that redefine how Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida brings value to its members are through consumer empowerment, E-business, and financial services modernization. BCBSFL holds approximately 30% of the HMO market share in Florida, which is twice the share of its nearest competitor. BCBSFL offers a BlueComplements program filled with discounts and services that allow members to stay healthy....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Highway Revolt: The Eisenhower Interstate system

- The Eisenhower Interstate system had many long term effects, negative and positive. It positively affected the country in that many americans began migrating from the North Eastern states to more rural states such as Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado. This shift in population patterns spread out Americans and increased the variety of lifestyles in the United States. Other consequences of the interstate system were seen on the ecological aspects of the country. Forman & Alexander state in a journal article that, “Sometime during the last three decades, roads with vehicles probably overtook hunting as the leading direct human cause of vertebrate mortality on land…an estimated one million ve...   [tags: anti-highway movement, federal highway act]

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Analysis Of The Poem ' The Blue Suess '

- In Terrance Hayes Book of poetry Wind in a Box, one can see that the poems are devoted to personal history, blues variation, prose poems, and attempts at getting to the core of defining one’s lineage. The blue poems in particular consider 20th century representations of race, culling wisdom, and impressions from many famous people. Hayes uses the word blue in many different titles of poems in order to show various themes throughout them that tie them together using popular cultural icons. It is obvious to see the significance the word blue plays throughout the Wind in a Box poetry collection....   [tags: Race, Black people, Racism, African American]

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Commentary on The Blue Ocean Strategy

- Introduction This paper is an attempt to explore the Blue Ocean Strategy which surfaced in the year 2004 and within a few months, it revolutionised thinking patterns and decision making processes of many firms around the world. The terms “red oceans” and “blue oceans” became the part of the business dictionary and many business related journals started using these terms. It links to the themes of “critical response” and “critical thinking” because the very creation of Blue Ocean Strategy is a challenge or disapproval of the entire field of strategic management, the field of study which has been studied, explored and discussed by many well-known authors over the past five decades and even b...   [tags: Marketing, Industry, Competition]

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Blue for Men Pink for Women

- In a famous TV show which is broadcasted in Korea, for some people questions were thrown by one particular scene. A man was walking with pink shopping bags then his male friend sarcastically mocked him with it saying do not being a girl. Some might see this scene with no problem but some may ask themselves why a man should be ridiculed for bringing pink bags. According to several studies conducted by corporations and sociologists, clearly the notion of blue color for boys and red color for girls exists....   [tags: social norm predisposition learning]

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Pink is for Girls and Blue is for Boys

- Gender roles are taught to us early on in our lives. At the hospital, when babies are newly born they are wrapped up in either a pink or blue blanket depending on the sex of the child. As early as our first few moments in the world, we are inundated by ideas of what it means to be a girl or a boy. Learning about gender roles is an important aspect of a child’s socialization. Ideas about masculinity and femininity can come from a variety of sources - parents, media, the school system and so much more....   [tags: Gender Roles, Girls, Boys, Men, Women]

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Conservation of the Blue Whale

- Introduction The blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) is a species of baleen whale known as the largest animal on Earth. They can grow to be over 100 feet long and can weigh up to 165 tons. Blue whales are found in all oceans and can occupy a wide variety of habitats, from pelagic environments to offshore environments (Clapham et al. 1999). Up until the 19th century, blue whales were generally immune from whaling. Not only were they substantially large animals, they were also very quick and agile and were difficult to catch....   [tags: baleen biology, whaling, ship strikes]

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Taking a Look at Blue Zones

- Most of us strive to live long, happy, and healthy lives but unfortunately Dan Buettner stated that the “life expectancy in our country is only 78.” According to his research we have the capacity to live to about 90 years old, so how did we lose 12 years out of our life. Buettner attempts to answer this question with his presentation; but let us get one thing clear, our genetics only play a small role in this. The Danish Twin Study has already recognized that our genetics only have a 10 percent role in our longevity; the other 90 percent is something in our control, so the thought of someone having to win the “genetic lottery” to live long is somewhat of a myth....   [tags: genetics in long livings]

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Black and Blue by Anna Quindlen

- In Black and Blue, Fran Benedetto tells a spellbinding story: how at nineteen she fell in love with Bobby Benedetto, how their passionate marriage became a nightmare, why she stayed, and what happened on the night she finally decided to run away with her ten-year-old son and start a new life under a new name. Living in fear in Florida--yet with increasing confidence, freedom, and hope--Fran unravels the complex threads of family, identity, and desire that shape a woman's life, even as she begins to create a new one....   [tags: love, marriage, domestic violence]

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Review on Blue Ocean Strategy

- ... This strategy seem challenging since this strategy focus on capture new market and new demand, which it’s required extra efforts in term of innovation of products and promotion in order to make customers realize about their product. Even there are some discussions about the blue ocean strategies; however, based on my review on customers comment said that the practical guidance on how to create them is limited. Therefore, without usual analytic framework which can be used as guidelines to create blue oceans as well as effective principles to manage risk, creating blue oceans viewed as too risky for managers to pursue as strategy for their company....   [tags: marketing and business strategies]

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All In a Pair of Blue Eyes

- Belle French was dragged out of the pleasant haze of her dreams the day after her meeting with Mr. Gold by the sound of her phone’s alarm blaring from on top of her dresser. Ignoring its harsh sounds, she attempted to bury herself further into the warm mountain of sheets and pillows that was her bed, but it was to no avail, and so groaning in frustration she crawled out of bed. Blue eyes barely opened, she fumbled for her phone, promptly turning off the obnoxious beeping and then slipping it into the pocket of her plaid pjs....   [tags: university, New York, job]

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A Research Study On The Blue Line

- When we look at that data collection strategies we can see in the graph below that the blue line represents the observation data collected throughout the 30 days on the way this young man conducted his communication amongst his friends and in the community using what he had learned in the lessons with a researcher. This data was collected by observing the communication both verbally and nonverbal aid that this young man was having with his coworkers well on the job. As well as the verbal and nonverbal communication that he was having with his friends while they were playing basketball or baseball....   [tags: Nonverbal communication, Communication, Writing]

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Analysis Of Blue And White Notebook

- Maame Adwoa Brantuo English 101 Professor J. Williams 5 October, 2015 That Blue-and-White Notebook As hard as I try, I cannot remember any piece of academic writing that I now consider significant. All the essays I wrote for English, Literature, and History are now vague memories in the distant past, even though they haunted me throughout my high school life. I know that I struggled to write those papers, I feel that much in my bones. But apart from the grades they would get me, they had no other real significance....   [tags: High school, Middle school, Secondary school]

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Saving Our ' Blue Marble '

- Saving our “Blue Marble" The subject of climate change has been one of the most hotly debated topics all over the world in recent years. In August of this year President Obama unveiled a plan to help combat the effects of climate change on our society. In The president’s speech he covers what has taken place as a byproduct of climate change, the current state of affairs, and then he goes on to detail the specifics of his plan to combat climate change in the U.S. President Obama’s strong use of ethical, logical, emotional, and timely reasonings provide a sound argument for the already strong case for action against climate change....   [tags: President of the United States, United States]

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Andrew Wyeth's The Blue Door

- The Blue Door was painted by American artist Andrew Wyeth on a 29” by 21” piece of watercolor paper. In this painting, he used aquarelle as it currently lies in the Delaware Art Museum along with his other works; Tennant Farmer, Hussey’s House and Arthur Cleveland. The Blue Door was finished in the spring of 1952 and purchased from Wyeth on the 23rd of September the same year. The floor and walls are mainly composed of wooden/ ceramic panels parallel to each other. The surface of each (floor and walls) are implied to have gone though many decades untouched and unfixed as they are rough and dirty....   [tags: Art]

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George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue

- ... His first teacher was Charles Hambitzer. Hambitzer wrote a letter to his sister and said, “I have a new pupil who will make his mark if anybody will. The boy is a genius.” (A+E Television Networks, 2013) George Gershwin mentioned that Charles Hambitzer was the first person who had a great musical influence to his life. George Gershwin was taught classical music by Mr Hambitzer but he was also encouraged his talents in jazz music. George Gershwin enrolled in the High School of Commerce in 1912 when he was 14 but he dropped out of school a year after and started job as a performer in New York....   [tags: successful American pianist and composer]

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The Blue Wall Of Silence

- ... On a daily bases are subjected to the things that most people cant or just don’t want to deal with. For instance, when someone is shooting police officers don’t run away, they run toward it 100% trusting that the men and women standing next to them will have their backs till death. When people are faced with these types of situations and scenarios they tend to think of them as family. The law enforcement profession is not the only profession that has an issue with having a wall of silence. Think of the most dangerous occupations to be in, Military, Deep Sea Fishers, Loggers, Truck Drivers, etc....   [tags: Police, Constable, Police brutality]

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George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue

- George Gershwin’s Life George Gershwin was a popular and successful American pianist and composer. He composed music for movies, Broadway musicals, opera and the concert hall. He combined classical music and jazz to create his style and was well known for his composition, “Rhapsody in Blue.” As a result of George Gershwin’s composition which included adding jazz elements to classical music, this classical music became popularized. George Gershwin was born on the 26th of September, 1898 in Brooklyn, New York....   [tags: American Pianist, Composer]

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Deep Blue Monsters of Annie

- The description that follows is that of a young woman named Annie. This is less of a story than a small window into the treacherous thing that is her mind, her soul and the beauty that is her heart. There are many things I could tell you of this girl, Annie. For one she is a pretty thing, though only indulged by mascara and long strings curled in a mess pending mid back. And eyes once as blue as the ocean, now faded to gray. There are many things I could tell you about Annie, but rather than list them all; those numerous, tedious facts, I think it simpler to tell you this small anecdote....   [tags: mind, soul, beauty, eyes, sun, ocean]

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Why Is The Sky Blue?

- ... These pulses of light from the actions done onto the remote are sent into the air until they reach the systems box and then changing the channel. Now is the point of the diagram where our wavelength begins to get a little short and our frequency starts to get a whole lot higher. First is the visible light waves which are wavelengths that are visible to the human eye. These waves have a wavelength of 700 nanometers and a frequency set between 1 billion to 3 billion waves per second. Examples on what can emit visible light would be light bulbs, fireflies, and stars....   [tags: Electromagnetic radiation, Light]

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An Ounce Of Blue Dreams

- ... It took me about four months to memorize my own fucking phone number. I couldn’t even read books and when I tried my disorganized brain would wonder off and I would end up throwing the boring piece of crap to the wall. I tried going to the doctors but my parents didn’t think it was necessary. They blamed evil demons and spirits for my cloudy brain. They blamed me for not reading the holy bible and praying to God. They forced me to go to church four times a week to the point where I eventually became baptized in the hopes that I would regain control of my brain....   [tags: Cannabis, Tetrahydrocannabinol, Hashish]

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Blue Light Acne Treatment

- Blue light acne treatment has become a well known option for the people whose acne refuses to go even under different ointments and medications. This therapy not only gentle on the skin but is also non-invasive when used alone or as part of any laser therapy. This treatment involves the use of high density and a narrow band of blue light to treat mild to moderate acne. When this treatment is used for treating the acne, the blue light rays kills the acne causing bacteria from inside the oil producing glands and stop the breakouts....   [tags: Health]

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Red vs. Blue Warning Lights – Which are Easier to see on the Road?

- A simple Google search will turn up hundreds of studies based on the effectiveness of emergency lighting on the road. Obviously, this wealth of information is too vast to summarize in one article; however, there is one study that sticks out when discussing whether red or blue emergency vehicle lights are easier to see on the road. In this article, we will go over a study released by Lt. James D. Wells Jr. on behalf of the Florida Highway Patrol. This study was released in 2004 and concentrates mainly on emergency lighting configurations and the effectiveness of these lights in helping to reduce collisions on the road and keeping officers and emergency first responders safer on the road....   [tags: Research, Emergency, Vehicle]

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The Thin Blue Line

- One of the fun things about returning to campus following a break from school is noticing all the changes that have occurred. This semester, one of the most obvious changes in the campus appearance is the addition to smoke-free zones defined by their blue borders. The question to first entered my head was, why. On paper it certainly seems like a very good idea. Installing smoke-free zones in front of the doors of buildings would allow the non-smoking population relief from walking through a cloud of smoke every time they wished to go to class....   [tags: Campus Life]

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Charles Perrault's Blue Beard

- Analysis of Blue Beard by Charles Perrault Introduction Bluebeard, a fairytale by Perrault, is about an affluent man who is known and revered on account of his despicable blue beard. Even though he has had several wives, their whereabouts are a source of mystery. As such, Bluebeard purposes to persuade one of his neighbor’s daughters to take his hand in marriage. Eventually, his efforts pay off and he ends up tying the knot with one of his neighbor`s daughters. After some time has passed in their marital union, Bluebeard announces to his wife that he must set off on an important journey....   [tags: literary analysis]

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Blue Jeans and Denim

- Jeans have become one of the most popular articles of casual dress around the world. Nothing speaks louder than consumers’ demand; estimated over 800 million pairs of blue jeans are produced worldwide, which represents a multi-billion dollar business. According to market-research firm NPD Group, Americans bought $13.8 billion of jeans in the year ended April 30, 2011. Another resource claims that North America alone accounts for 39% of global purchases of jeans, followed by Western Europe at 20%, Japan and Korea at 10%, and the rest of the world at 31%....   [tags: popular articles of casual dress]

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Adele Laurie Blue Adkins

- Adele Laurie Blue Adkins is a young 21st century music composer. She is a United Kingdom, as well as, American, soul, R&B, and pop sensation. She has won numerous Grammy nominations and awards in her early career, being only twenty-five years old. Adele will have many more awards to come to her in her future career. Adele has had at least five number one hits since she was signed at just nineteen years old. As she emerged into her teen years she had many inspirations. Adele was born on May 5, 1988 in London, United Kingdom....   [tags: biography, composer]

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Red and Blue Stress

- Red and Blue Stress You come home from an evening at the movies and someone has burglarized your home and might still be inside the house. You dial 911, the dispatch person sends a police unit to respond and check things out. The officers arrive and have no idea what awaits them as they enter your home. Will they come across the burglar, will he or she be armed, on drugs or be violent beyond control. The situation is extremely stressful and in reality the stress the officers feel is huge. Stress is a key factor in everyday life....   [tags: police, officer, danger]

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Creative Writing: Blue Skies

- ... No one is allowed to die. Breakfast is served in the cafeteria. I approach the chef and punch the button. The laser scans my fingerprint and dispenses a small, warm package. I carry it to the table and peel the foil off the top to expose 3 pancakes with two links of sausage. The food is synthetic with appropriate levels of vitamins and minerals but lacks either taste or aroma. The pancakes have the look of a glossy photograph of a pancake copied onto newsprint so they appear almost 2-dimensional....   [tags: becca, zach, jason]

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Origins of Prehistoric People in North and South America

- Introduction Researches on the beginnings of coastal adaptation and exploitation of maritime adaptations have been carried out by John Erlandson and colleagues. There are existing anthropological theories which are over 10, 000 BP but Erlandson believes that the societies of hunter-gather used aquatic resources and among them were popular terrestrial hunter-gatherers (Slaymaker, 2007). This has been challenging since it is difficult to define exactly constitutes of fully maritime culture. There is also the change in environment in which there are rise and fall of sea levels and erosion of coastal environments....   [tags: Clovis Theory, Kelp Highways]

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Virgin Blue

- Introduction: Virgin Blue is the second-largest airline and the largest fleet size airline company in Australia. It was taken to the Australian skies in August 2000 and it has expanded to routes that include most Australia major cities and holiday destinations. Virgin blue has strongly brand recognition and remain innovative, low-cost and high quality services let them gain more advantage of competitiveness. This essay will discuss how Virgin Blue has achieved strategic competitiveness base on the affect of strategic management and strategic competitiveness, the influence by external environment and the internal environment, and business level strategies....   [tags: Airline Indusrty, Australia]

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Code Blue

- We all have one thing in common, every live being on the face of this earth, a heart and more specifically a heartbeat. It is the one thing simple, yet oh so complex that labels us alive or dead. All our tickers are like silent bombs that have been set and will detonate at a time and place far beyond our knowing. Every stroke and beat is like countdown to an invisible timer we cannot visualize. Is this scary. Well, I guess it depends on our point of view, how we view our lives. Some person suffering might be praying for the blessed assurance that anytime their suffering will end, and that clock will stop, and that they will have reached their count down....   [tags: Personal Experience ]

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Blue Sky

- The story is based around a miniature San Francisco Cable Car that is a full working coffee/espresso bar. It is fully contained with electric power, state-of-the-art coffee brewing equipment, potable and waste water tanks and refrigeration. The Cable Car is a well known icon of the City of San Francisco. The San Francisco experience was selected as a theme because a miniature San Francisco Cable Car is already owned by the developers of this project as well as other San Francisco pictures and memorabilia....   [tags: Business Proposal]

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China, A Growing Country

- On 14 March 2011 the National People’s Congress had approved a new national development program for the five years. The plan makes a dramatic point in China’s infrastructure development. It will no longer have emphasis on headline growth; China is looking for higher quality in growth. China has raised the living standards for its large population in the past thirty years. With bringing up the living conditions for it peoples it also wants to focus on things such as intensive energy and pollution....   [tags: chinese highways, expressways]

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Trans-Canada Highway Act

- "I didn't know at first that there were two languages in Canada. I just thought that there was one way to speak to my father and another to speak to my mother." -- Louis Stephen St. Laurent. As the second French Canadian prime minister of Canada, Louis St. Laurent had a very influential role to Canada. St-Laurent became prime minister in 1948, after a selection authorized by a Liberal Convention. He was a well-respected prime minister and was given the name "Uncle Louis" for reshaping and improving Canada as an international well-known country....   [tags: transportation, highway history]

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Blue Button Initiative : Is It A Good Idea?

- ... According to Mohsen, author of The Blue Button Project: Engaging patients in healthcare by a click of a button, "the objective of Blue Button is to empower and engage consumers and patients by allowing easy access to electronic health information and medical records to better manage and improve healthcare."4 Patients are able to easily view or print their medical records, as well as customize information by date and data to make specific reports. They are then able to take these reports with them to different appointments....   [tags: Health care, Health care provider]

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Indian Blue Peafowl

- When you first think of eyes you think of normal eyes people use to see things. But you never think of an animal, not only ,with eyes on their head but feathers too. Which brings me to one of the most famous peafowls, the Indian Blue. There are three types of Indian Blue Peafowls: The Peacock (male), Peahen (female), and Peachick (baby/offspring.) These Indian Blue Peafowls, like all, other animals belong in the biggest Kingdom, the Animal Kingdom. Like humans and other animals they have a Phylum which is a Chordata or having a backbone....   [tags: Peacock, Peahen, Peachick]

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Blue Swimming Crabs

- Blue swimming crabs are an important source of income for fishermen in the Malaysia, also known as ‘ketam bunga’ or ‘ketam renjong’ in the name of the local. The high price and increased demands in among community will cause the over-exploitation in production of blue swimming crabs. In 2003, total landings for P. pelagicus were approximately 175,000 tons and decrease to 165,000 tons in 2004 (FAO Fish Stat, 2009). This decline from over-exploitation has an impact in some Asian countries (Ikhwanuddin et al., 2005)....   [tags: Fishermen, Malaysia, Bardawil Lagoon]

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