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The Ancient Roman Way of Life

- ... “The diners were seated according to their social status” (Tingay and Marks 39). When the guest arrived at the host’s house for the dinner party there would be couches surrounding the tables and musicians, jugglers, acrobats, dancers, and conjurers performing. The hosts hired entertainers to the meal to make it more enjoyable and entertaining. The first course was mainly consisting of salads, seafood, eggs, and mulsum. (Wine sweetened with honey). Next, “the main course contained as many as seven dishes, including fish, meat, and poultry” (Tingay and Marks 38)....   [tags: clothes, food, customs, leisure]

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Mans Way of Not Having Children

- Man in his environment, is the most beautiful thing that has ever been in existence. Man was created to live in the earth, nurture and carry on with nature’s gift. For every being to maintain continuity, there will be procreation and co-habitation. And the resultant effect is the birth of babies that will grow, and develop into adulthood to maintain the ecological strata. But man’s presence in the world is been controlled by the gene and the environment. Therefore, nature has a way to eliminate the embryo in the womb in order not to bring forth a child that will not be compatible with life....   [tags: miscarriages, nature, environment, gene]

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The Best Way to Grow Up

- ... A family member or a close friend’s death is an example of an experience that can cause you to mature faster. On the other side of the spectrum being soiled and having everything handed to you on a silver platter can slow your maturity down causing many to never grow up. My parents divorced when I was very young, at the time I had no idea what this meant, my only thoughts were ones of a selfish six year old “am I going to get less presents for Christmas now?” A couple years later I realized that was not what was important, fact of the matter is, I no longer had a father figure in my life....   [tags: naturally, gradual ladder, mature adult]

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Are Gay People, Born This Way?

- Are Gay People “Born This Way?” If you ask this question you will receive one of the two reactions: “Yes. People choose to be gay. They are making an immoral choice, which humanity should discourage.” Or “No. Sexual preference is biologically determined. Government should protect gay people from discrimination because homosexuality is an unalterable aspect of their identity.” Whether sexual preference is a quality we are born with (nature) or is caused by the environment we are raised in (nurture) has been deliberated by scientists, religious leaders, elected officials, and the general public....   [tags: Homosexuality, Sexual orientation, LGBT]

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The Army 's Way Of War

- Army Concept resisted the paradigm shift required to adjust to the “low intensity” conflicts that arose from the onset of the nuclear age in 1945 to through the conclusion of the Vietnam Conflict in 1973. The Army’s way of war, or Army Concept, was based on conventional doctrine focused on nuclear war in Europe that was steeped in recent victories, traditions and ingrained in the service’s “psyche.” The Army’s historical experiences of success from World War II to Korea were based on conventional wars or “mid-intensity wars,” these skills were not effective in combating “limited conflicts.” As the nuclear threat evolved the U.S....   [tags: Cold War, World War II, Vietnam War, Korean War]

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The Way Of Free Higher Education

- The Way to Free Higher Education in America Within the United States, for the 2014–2015 school year, college tuition was “$31,231 at private colleges, $9,139 for state residents at public colleges, and $22,958 for out-of-state residents attending public universities” (College Board). That means if one is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree (four years) that could mean as much as $124,924 (for private universities) or $36,556 (for in state residents at public universities). There is no clear number on how much money Americans owe in student loans, but research suggests it is over one trillion dollars (Nasiripour, 2015)....   [tags: Higher education, University, Education]

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The Amish Way of Life

- Many, who have never had the opportunity to witness the Amish culture, may be simply missing out on one of the simplest ways of life. Dressing like they never made the turn of the century, having a horse as the main means of transportation, and not having a camera on hand to take family photos may be just a few of the things that we often observe about the Amish culture from our point of view. But, have we ever just stopped and thought about the reason of why they act the way that they do. In today’s time, we are often guilty to judge others at a rate that is faster than the rate that we actually “walk in someone else’s shoes.” I chose the Amish culture because I had the opportunity to trav...   [tags: Nothern US, aimsh culture, jacob ammann]

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The American Way of Life

- America is “considered” to be a land of opportunities, promises, independence, hope, and freedom. Anyone can grow up to be the President of the United States, member of Congress, or even become wealthy. This is possible because all it takes hard work. However, this is nearly “just a dream” because equality doesn’t exist among everyone. The poor have little to no chance to get richer, while the rich remain rich. As President Woodrow Wilson once said in his New Freedom campaign, “American enterprise is not free; the man with only a little capital is finding it harder and harder to get into the field, more and more impossible to compete with the big fellow....   [tags: American History, Laissez-faire]

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Bureaucracy and the Pacific Way

- Bureaucracy and the Pacific Way In Mike Judge’s movie Office Space, the main character Peter is a cog in the bureaucratic wheel. He works a middling job for several different bosses, none of who care about him on any personal or emotional level. The system functions smoothly, allowing the business to operate efficiently and effectively. These corporations, like a government bureaucracy are compartmentalized, impersonal, and utilitarian. Every component of every department works toward the goal of efficiency and development....   [tags: Literary Analysis, The Seventh and Other Days]

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Criticism Of A Positive Way

- No one likes being told what they are doing wrong. Some people know how to accept criticism in a positive way and begin to make changes. Some people don’t know how to accept criticism; they always get offended when you tell them they are doing something wrong. All criticism is a way for people to help you or give advice on something you may not be doing right. People want to see you doing the right thing and learning more. People need to learn to deal with criticism better than getting emotional and feeling like the person doesn’t like them....   [tags: Emotion, Want, 2007 singles, WANT]

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Losing Weight The Healthy Way

- The best way to lose weight fast. Does this really mean get unhealthy. We have all at one time or another ask ourselves what is the best way to lose weight fast. We search the web or read the diet pill ads, but the best way to lose any weight is to do get healthy. Attempting to lose a any amount of weight in a short amount of time can affect your health. Burning calories is what makes us lose weight but it is important for your health to know what your calorie intake should be. Exercise burns the calories but if you neglect to put calories in, you will basically dissolve your muscle....   [tags: Health]

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The Way Language Molds Thought

- The Way Language Molds Thought "Language forces us to perceive the world as man presents it to us." (Julia Penelope). Language is a mold in which affects how one thinks and perceives the world. Many will say that no matter what language one speaks everyone has the same brain anatomy thus language does not shape the way that we think and the way we perceive the world. While others believe there is no correlation with language and how it shapes human thoughts, there is evidence that proves otherwise; language does shape the way that we think....   [tags: English language, Mind, Spanish language]

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Which Is the Best Way?

- There are many ways to tell your government or ruler that they are going in the wrong direction, doing something that is wrong, or hurting its people. It doesn’t have to hurt the majority for the cause to be righteous, but if you do something about there is a righteous way to do it. If you do it wrong way it can ruin your entire message and in most cases can result in dire consequences. Many times over we have had leaders a rise that try to lead people against oppressive rulers. The way in which they lead them is what determines how their cause will go....   [tags: Black Panthers vs Martin Luther King Jr.]

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Is Stigma The Negative Way?

- Deviance Definition As much as we try not to care what others think about us, without noticing it we take into account the way others perceive us. This is referred to as the labeling theory, ”a reaction to those labels over time form the basis of their self-identity” (Conley, 2015:203). By looking at others a certain way, they tend to notice and adapt to the way we perceive them. When someone has been known to steal, they are looked at as a thief. We would be more careful to watch our belongings around the person, “rather safe than sorry” as people say....   [tags: Criminology, Sociology, Crime, Theft]

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Easier, Faster Way to Entertainment

- As time has progressed in society and people’s values have changed, the entertainment industry has seemed to focus less on talent and ethics, and more on social and appearance appeal. Media and technology have become more important in everyday life, so a person may rely heavily on those factors for pretty much anything, especially entertainment. In today’s society, people have to complete tasks in very little time, this concept has transferred over to how people spend their leisure time; things have to be made available quickly so that little to no work has to be applied to in order to relax....   [tags: Technology]

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A New Way of Teaching

- There are three different stages in education. Primary Education starts in Preschool and goes all the way up to 6th grade. Teachers in the Elementary School teach students the basic subjects that will prepare them for the next stage. The second stage and probably the most important stage is Secondary Education that starts in 7th grade and goes all the way up to 12th grade. Throughout these grades students start to learn more advanced subjects, most of which they need so that they can get an idea of what they want to do for a future career after they graduate....   [tags: Education, teachers]

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SWOT: The Better Way Company

- The Better Way Company started in 1988 in a 3 unit building with 10 employees. This was the brainchild of Dr. Amornthep Deerojanawong who wanted to bring quality products to Thailand consumers at an affordable price. The company started with 10,000,000Baht and its current sales for 2012 were 10,000 million Baht (“History”, 2014). In addition its current office is a luxurious building site on 30 acres located on Ramkhamhaeng Road in the suburbs of Bangkok boasting “Future Gardening” by French botanist Mr....   [tags: gardening, revenue, segmentation]

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A New Way of Testing

- For years the nation’s student’s success has been stagnant, and they have lost the basic ground for our international peers. The New Common Core is the new curriculum that schools are following to set students up to graduate with knowledge and skills that are necessary to succeed in college, career, and life regardless of where they live. NCC is a set of high-quality academic standards in mathematics, and English language arts/Literacy. Forty-Four states have adopted the standards. Not only have forty-four states adopted the NCC, but so has the District of Columbia, four territories, and the Department of Defense Education Activity, and they are all moving forward to keep the NCC in the stat...   [tags: national education, standards]

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Absinence Is the Only Way

- Abstinence is the only sure way that you will not get pregnant or STDs. Teenagers only think of sex as being a pleasurable thing. Most teenagers do not realize that there is a great responsibility and consequences for being sexually active. Abstinence has expended in this society and because our country and culture has clinch to loose morals, the result have been demolish. Teens are developing diseases such as gonorrhea, syphilis and AIDS and they are having unwanted pregnancy before marriage. Condoms as we all know are not one-hundred percent accurate, therefore abstinence should be practiced in our country....   [tags: pregnancy, sex, education]

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Understanding The Way People Behave

- I have always been interested in the way people behave. I cannot help myself in trying to analyze why people do react the way they do in certain situations. Our emotions can make us do things or control the way we think without us noticing it. Some might think their intelligence make them immune to irrational thoughts, their emotions or their situations can override their intelligence, but my experience and observations it tell me otherwise. No one is immune from thinking irrationally. In theory, we all have the compasity to think rationally, but situations and emotions can lead us to do thing that people would consider irrational....   [tags: Psychology, Thought, Intelligence, Emotion]

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The Human Way Of Living

- Our way of living depends on how we think and what we dwell in our mind. According to Joel Ostean our brain is like a computer even all of the hardware functions well the computer doesn’t perform well if the wrong software is installed. The infected software contaminate perfectly good computer. The same things apply in our life. We are born perfect, our limbs are perfect and all the other organs work perfectly until we dwell the seeds of negative thinking in our mind. The negative thinkings works as an infected software in the computer which contaminates our way of thinkings and we don’t perform well....   [tags: Thought, Mind, Psychology, Cognition]

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The Kings Way of Goverment

- Feudalism was based on the exchange of land for military service. It had levels of status similar to modern society. In the Middle Ages, the Feudal System was a very important system to kings in order for them to control entire countries. The Feudal System was a vital system to William I who could not control all the land he had. According to Chris Trueman, William had defeated the English army lead by Harold Godwine but before he could be called King of England he had to gain control of all of England....   [tags: feudalism, middle ages]

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Something Wicked This Way Comes

- American society has gone through several cultural changes over the recent decades. Something Wicked This Way Comes was written during a time of great social change; the author, Rad Bradbury, did a thorough job in reflecting the changing social environment of the 60s within his own characters. In 1962, the year in which Something Wicked This Way Comes was released, the youth of the United States were experiencing the Hippie movement, the adults of the 60s were dealing with the process of excepting their new found places in the world, and the society of the 60s faced an incessant issue with self acceptance....   [tags: Rad Bradbury, hippie movement, countercultures]

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The Way That People Work

- The way that people work in an important aspect of life. People have many different perspectives of what is the most efficient and effective way to work. Some people think that doing everything on their own is the best. While others believe that letting someone else do all their work is the way to go. However, Christians must hold themselves to a different standard when they view any part of life, including work. They must carefully consider Biblical merits of every perspective before choosing one to include in their worldview....   [tags: Adam Smith, Economics, The Wealth of Nations]

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India 's Way Of Life

- India 's way of life is among the world 's most established; progress in India started around 4,500 years back. Numerous sources portray it as "Sa Prathama Sanskrati Vishvavara" — the first and the incomparable society on the planet, as per the All World Gayatri Pariwar (AWGP) association. Western social orders did not generally see the way of life of India positively, as indicated by Christina De Rossi, an anthropologist at Barnet and Southgate College in London. Early anthropologists once considered society as a transformative procedure, and "each part of human improvement was seen as driven by development," she told Live Science....   [tags: India, Hinduism, United States, Hindi]

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Child Rearing Is The Way

- Child rearing is the way in which children are raised in a society. No matter their culture, parents play a significant role in helping their child become a respectable and contributing member of society. Parents accomplish this by nurturing their child, building problem solving skills, and modeling culturally acceptable ways of living. All cultures vary on what cultural style the correct way to raise a child, but all share similar ground ideals. These ideals include the importance of education and teaching honesty, responsibility, and communication.The major factor of child rearing is parenting....   [tags: Parenting, Parenting styles, Childhood]

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A Similar Way By Duffy

- In a similar way, Duffy reminds us that traditional romantic relationships usually end in a restrictive marriage. In Valentine she compared the creamy white rings of the onion with the metal “platinum loops” of a “wedding-ring” which over time will, like the onion rings, “shrink” in size. The negative connotation og the verb ”shrink” suggests that marriage entraps a person and restricts them both physically as well as emotionally, like Martha is in Weekend. Duffy warns others of the consequences of romantic conventions, which can be destructive when compared to free romantic love....   [tags: Love, Interpersonal relationship, Wedding]

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A Third Way On Immigration

- Peter Skerry’s article, ‘A Third Way On Immigration’, sheds light on one of the most pressing issues faced by the United States of America and is the central issue of the 2016 presidential campaign. According to the Department of Homeland Security office of illegal immigrants, there were around ten million, seven hundred and fifty thousand illegal residents in the United States, as of January 2009. The numbers are now surely higher. Although it is true that illegal immigration is a danger to the security of the country, I believe that most views held on this matter are on two extremes of the scale....   [tags: United States, Immigration to the United States]

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The New Way Of Learning

- The new way of learning In recent years, with a struggling economy, hundreds students are enrolling in online courses in hopes of advancing their careers or earning a degree The benefits of taking online classes are numerous and a degree from an online institution can be just as valuable as one granted by a traditional college or university. Some reason why online courses are better are Convenience, Flexibility, and cost. Online classes are convenient it improve your time management. With online courses, you can read and study during the times of the day when you 're at your most productive....   [tags: Virtual learning environment, E-learning]

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My Way Up For College

- My way up to College I have always dreamt of finishing off school and graduating, then going to college. I never thought it would end up being so complicated. Everything I do is for myself to be successful, but it has been rough for me knowing that I can’t really do it on my own. My goal is to grow my mindset and succeed in my career. There has always been the feeling of failure. I aspire that I will have to be ambitious and be more responsible for my actions toward school. Teachers are there to help you along the way in your whole school year....   [tags: High school, College, Middle school]

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The Confucian Way Of Teaching

- Confucius was considered the teacher amongst all teachers in Chinese history. He was greatly respected by his students because of his dedication towards them and their prosperities. Confucius taught his students knowledge that is based on the different classics, teaching them to become great thinkers and scholars. Confucius maintained a very close bond with these students, the relationship between student and teacher plays a great part in the success of the students. The Confucian way of teaching became a world view for the education of young learners, creating the cultural scripts of teaching, especially in Mainland China....   [tags: Education, Teacher, Confucianism, Virtue]

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Analaysis of the American Way

- No matter how liberty and freedom are defined, America and its people have always prided itself on being founded on their principles. Looking back at the founding of America , slavery, Civil War, emancipation, reconstruction, and the times following all the way through today I would say everyone should ask, is liberty truly the American Way. Since I have not yet taken American History 1, I had to look outside this week’s readings to review the Monroe Doctrine and “Manifest Destiny” that lead to some of the attitudes and events covered....   [tags: U.S. History ]

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The Spartan Way to victory

- To simply say Ancient Greece had a diverse culture would not give justice to the truly rich and even contrasting societies that developed in the classical city-state. One of the most unique civilizations to prosper in the ancient time period were the Spartans. The Spartans held customs, beliefs, and traditions unlike any other Greek city-state. These uncommon practices and philosophies largely governed the lifestyle of a Spartan citizen from birth until death. Spartan culture was considerably a militaristic one, and great emphasis was placed on the lifelong dedication of training to be a Spartan soldier....   [tags: Ancient Greece]

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The Way of Jesus Christ

- The German scholar and theologian Jürgen Moltmann wrote a powerful work called The Way of Jesus Christ. In his book, Moltmann, blends Judaism and Christianity together to form what is called messianic Jewish faith. Messianic Judaism is a religious movement that adds to Evangelical Christian theology with elements of Jewish terminology and ritual. He connects the Old Testament with the New Testament and believes there must be a connection between the messianic and the Christian perspective of Christology....   [tags: Religion, Messianic Jewish Faith, Christians]

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Dealing with Stress...The Genentech Way

- Every large organization has its own way to deal with “Stress”. This case explains the Genentech way of dealing stress. Genentech is the first biotech company and was founded in 1976 by Dr. Herbert W. Boyer, a biochemist, and Robert A. Swanson, a venture capitalist. Like any other major large corporation Genentech aspired to be the leading biotechnology company. It has been recognized to be a very people friendly company for its Human resources policies and its human therapeutics. In 2007, Genentech CEO Arthur Levinson, wanted to make his company a great place to work and recognized by the industry and magazines....   [tags: Human Resources]

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Fighting Dirty, The Alinsky Way

- The uneven playing field of American politics has been well documented in countless books and articles throughout the years; the mass mainstream media traditionally sides with the Left, and it is up to those on the Right to get their message out, unfiltered, in less conventional ways. It was always looked upon as the cost of doing business for the Republicans on the right and they maneuvered their way around the media obstacles in the 1980s and the 1994 mid-term elections. Beginning with the election of the Clintons however, the playing field drastically changed, becoming more of a bloody battlefield with Republican bodies strewn from end to end....   [tags: american politics essay]

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Buddhism: A way of Life

- From the moment we are born we have the tendency of craving the worldly desires that we are exposed to. Its part of human nature to want an ideal life where you are either wealthy, powerful, happy or all of the above without any suffering involved. Although that ideal sounds phenomenal, it is the thought of limitation that drives many people to seek for something more than just worldly pleasures. As some stay within the lines of an insatiable life, others come to the realization that living a life with nothing but worldly pleasures and goals are ultimately not everlasting....   [tags: wroldly desires, worldly pleasures, religion]

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Jay Gould's Way of Business

- Jay Gould was titled “Most Hated Man in America”, yeah that’s right he was that type of Robber Baron. He had his ups and downs but in the end he turned out on top. A Robber Baron is defined as one of the American industrialists who became wealthy by “cheating” or using the stock market operation and unfair selfish treatment of labor. Jay Gould was a selfish Baron who owned railroads. He was named “Most Hated Man in America” most likely for his selfish treatment of labor and his “cheating” from early on....   [tags: most hated man in America]

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Buddhism : The Middle Way

- In the 21st century, there are a large variety of religions. Everywhere we look, there is a church for every denomination less than five miles away from each other. The religions differ based on the figure they honor and the beliefs that come with it. For example, some religions require prayer multiple times a day while other religions only require weekly mass. There are many eastern traditions that have been around more than 2,000 years. I would like to focus on the Buddhism religion. This religion has been around since the 563 BCE and originated in Nepal....   [tags: Buddhism, Gautama Buddha, Nirvana, Shramana]

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The Way Of Ones Fate

- The Way to Ones Fate Heraclitus once said “A mans character is his fate.” In the Sophocles tragedy, Oedipus Rex, depicts how heedless Oedipus is to his fate. In time, Oedipus went to posses certain traits that eventually led hi, to his fate; marrying his mother, killing his father. Oedipus’ pride, impetuous behavior, and lack of insight ultimately determine his fate. Consequently, one of the main aspects why Oedipus leads himself upon his fate was his immoderate amount of pride. Especially when he solved the riddle of the sphinx....   [tags: Oedipus, Oedipus the King, Sophocles, Tiresias]

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`` Aging Our Way ``

- Humor can take many forms, including practical jokes, teasing, insults and self-deprecation. It is a staple of humanity and plays an extremely important role in our psychology as we move throughout life’s stages. In fact, famed philosopher Immanuel Kant placed laughter alongside sleeping and hope as the most beneficial means of renewing the soul. It is commonly perceived as a beneficiary tool for healing and social interaction for everyone, but few have looked at the roles humor plays in the aging process....   [tags: Old age, Sociology, Ageing, Gerontology]

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Best Way For Your Teeth

- Best way to whiten your teeth The pressure today to market yourself as a brand is tremendous. If you own a website or business, marketing is essential. Even if you only share personal details on social media, how you present yourself is very important, and a white, bright smile reigns supreme. A famous Hollywood television producer - when asked about game show contestant selection criteria - said that the biggest problem was finding contestants with good oral hygiene and bright smiles. This comment was made decades before teeth whitening kits, whitening strips and other products hit the shelves....   [tags: Dentistry, Teeth, Dental surgery]

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Creating the way to AppWorx

- Cuyahoga Community College ITS, Operations Creating the way to AppWorx. To install AppWorx on your machine please look in your system tray, and double click the Symantec Ghost icon pictured to the right and then, select “AppWorx - Prod” and at the Symantec Ghost window click “OK”. Allow time for the process to create the necessary links in your user profile. If the AppWorx icon does not appear on your desk top once the above install finishes, click “Start”, “All Programs”, “APWXP AppWorx Client”, “APWXP AppWorx Client”, otherwise click on the “Appworx icon- Prod” icon on your desktop....   [tags: Information Technology]

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An Unexpected Way: Oliver Twist

- "Please sir, may I have some more?" A quote that ought to sum Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist would be no different. Amazing details line every part of the novel as it cascades through the mysterious story of Oliver Twist, a young boy born into an orphanage and destined to a rather cruel fate. The book tells of his mishaps and adventures as he struggles through life, captured and free. Oliver Twist holds a tale of a fascinating yet tragic plot, written in Dickens’ famous style accompanied by a mix of meaningful human qualities, and a theme that we can still relate to now....   [tags: Charles Dickens second novel, story analysis]

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Lessons Learned the Hard Way

- Life is filled with lessons, and often times there are little reminders to keep those lessons in our minds for later use. Sometimes lessons learned in life are learned the hard way, like in Cole’s instance. One of the lessons Cole learned is in order to heal he must first right his wrongs; stop blaming those around him for his problems, and to forgive. To Cole, these were just cliché sayings repeated on and on by others around him who didn’t trust. He always brushed these words aside thinking he could do everything on his own and life only revolved around him....   [tags: blaming, forgive, grudge, spirit, bear]

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Opportunities that Lead the Way

- Discrimination against African Americans is something that will forever be shunned and not talked about among people of the United States. It’s something that many people have died and fought for over the last hundred decades. Women and men lost their lives for fighting for the respect they rightfully deserved. Mary Church Terrell fought for the equal rights of African American’s to be treated fairly. She fought against the injustice against her people who were forced to sit in the back of the bus and had to use the water fountain labeled ‘for blacks’....   [tags: discrimination against African Americans]

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Tough Choices No Way Out

- In Angels in America many characters hide who they are and others flaunt it freely. Kushner uses characters that are ashamed of themselves, and characters that are shunned by society to display that once you are labeled as different you have tough choices to make. In Angels in America characters are accepted,through hiding themselves,or are shunned,for displaying their true natures, but the effects of both behaviours on the these character mentalities are the same. Joe is ashamed of his sexuality....   [tags: Angels in America, American Literature]

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The Way Of Christian Marriage

- In the beginning God created the Universe, the Earth, the water and the skies and all the animals, except He was missing one thing. He needed something or someone to watch over his creations. So He created man and with that created woman too; He called them Adam and Eve. “The Lord God said, “It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a companion for him who corresponds to him.”(Gen 2:18). Under God they were committed to each other in unity under God with his blessing. This is an example of the first unofficial account of a Christian Marriage mentioned in the Bible....   [tags: Marriage, Wedding, Wife, Husband]

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College Is The Only Way

- Many Americans believe college is the only way in which one can obtain success. If a college student is asked why they chose to go to college, the most likely answer would be that they want to get the best job possible and to make the most money. According to Liberal Education, “85.9 percent of entering students said that “to be able to get a better job” was the number-one reason they were pursuing college degrees” (Humphreys, 6). This answer is based on the idea that students will get a great job out of college and will earn a lot more money because college students want more for themselves....   [tags: High school, Higher education, University, College]

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Constantine 's Way Of Christianity

- Constantine’s way to Christianity Constantine was one of the most famous rulers in Rome; he became an emperor in the early fourth century. Most people also known him as the “Constantine The Great”, he was also known for introducing the religion Christianity to Rome. Constantine was born on February 27th around 272; his birthplace was the town of Naissus in the Roman province of Illyria. His parents were Flavius Constantine and his wife Helena. Constantine was their only child; his parents loved him very much....   [tags: Christianity, Roman Empire, Constantine I]

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A New Way Of Life

- Based on the account of Gulliver’s visit to the foreign land of the Houyhnhnms, it was quite apparent that his experience consisted of shock and adaptation. From the moment of arrival, he was put into a state of emergency. In his time on the island, Gulliver was introduced to many alien ideas and creatures. In the time he was on the island, he both learned of and tried to shorten the chasm of difference between humans and Houyhnhnms. The greatest lesson he learned included his epiphany with the Yahoos....   [tags: Gulliver's Travels, Human, Thought, Houyhnhnm]

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My Father Is The Way

- We all judge too harshly, especally our parents. As Italian writer, Silvio Pellico, once expressed, “Exigir a los progenitores, para respetarlos, que esten libres de defectos y que sean la perfeccion de la humanidad es soberbia e injusticia.” It isn’t until we are much older that we understand why they did what they did. I’ve still got many years to understand why my father is the way he was and is. My dad was born in McAllen, Texas but lived most of his childhood in Cerritos, San Luis Potosi, what was then a pueblo, but now a city on the outskirts of San Luis Potosi, San Luis Potosi....   [tags: Mother, Father, Parent, Family]

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Comparing The Way Foreign Languages

- Compare and contrast the way foreign languages (i.e., English) are taught in two different systems of education. How can a learner learn better. This question leads to many answers so the method of teaching varies with the country, not only within the country it also varies within the institutions. Although the goals of all are the same. In my country Nepal, we also learn the English language with our Native language, most of the books are on Nepali and one or two English book. Everyone has their experience of learning English or foreign language....   [tags: Second language, Learning, Education, Knowledge]

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Caring For People God Way

- Throughout reading Caring for People God Way, Chapter 1, I began to ponder the question why do people chose to come to Christin counseling. If a person thinks about it, just because a person wants to attend Christian counseling does not mean, they are Christian person or they believe in Christ. A person may have to console and induvial who has problem does not go to church. According to Clinton, Hart and Ohlschlager (2005), “they believe that Christ is facilitated by a helper who assist this redemption process, helping another get unstuck and moving forward on the path too spiritual maturity and psycho-social-emotional health” (p.16)....   [tags: Need, Want, WANT, Lebanon]

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My Life Of Our Bond Was Thicker Than A Bowl Of Oatmeal

- Our bond was thicker than a bowl of oatmeal, we had the most incredible imaginations anyone could ever imagine, from thinking we were the power puff girls to trying to create a band using instruments that we made out of sticks and buckets laying around. I was the oldest followed by my cousin Leilani than the sisters Mariana and Natalie, Natalie being the youngest. We were at family party, blue balloons in the background along with people smiling and dancing behind us. Leilani was wearing a black long sleeve shirt with a white collar and had her hair in pigtails with front bangs that were lopsided because she tried to cut them on her own....   [tags: Sibling, By the Way]

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Tested in Every Way

- Tested in Every Way: the Catholic Priesthood in Today’s Church, written by Christopher Ruddy, is a report and at the same time a reflection on the Seventh Annual Cardinal Bernardin Conference which was held in the Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio, TX in 2003 . Ruddy reports the voices of academic and pastoral expertise sharing about the challenges and the identity of being a priest. Besides of giving a report, the book opens up and finishes with the Ruddy’s insightful reflections. Ruddy opens up with an “examination of the cultural and ecclesiological contexts of the priesthood in today’s church (13)”....   [tags: Christopher Ruddy]

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Idleness: The American Way

- In her article “No Wonder Students Have Grown Lazy”, Katherine Kay, a high school senior states that the attitude of modern Americans is one of laziness. Kay states that rather than working through a problem, the typical modern American will attempt to avoid it by any means necessary, whether that be working around the problem, passing it off to someone else, or avoiding it entirely. The author suggests that teachers are partially responsible for this phenomenon because modern teachers tend to teach at the level their least intelligent student can understand rather than individually encouraging each student to reach his/her full potential....   [tags: Education]

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Look The Other Way

- In aviation we are constantly reminded to do the right thing and place safety first in every aspect of aircraft operations. This holds especially true in aviation maintenance. A maintenance error on the ground can prove fatal once the aircraft is in the air. After all, there are no breakdown lanes in the sky. That being said, airlines and corporate flight departments are in the business of making money. Naturally, the more time an aircraft sits on the ground the more money the airline or corporation loses....   [tags: Aviation ]

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The William Shakespeare Way

- Shakespeare shows somewhat of a connection in all of his plays. This man was truly amazing. He is in many cases considered the best writer of all time. The way he words the lines of each play and makes them all flow together so smoothly is incredible. People all over the world, have and still do admire his work. Yet if someone were to go back in time and tell him of all the success he was going to accomplish in the future, he probably would have just simply laughed. Writing plays was his job and how he made money....   [tags: connection in his plays]

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No Easy Way Out

- The war between capital punishment and life without parole is an ongoing debate being waged between the states. Capital Punishment, or the death penalty, is the process by which an individual is put to death by the state for a capital offense, whereas life without parole is when a capital offender is sentenced to a life behind bars with no opportunity for freedom. The choice to adopt or abolish capital punishment is up to each state, and it is the state’s verdict to determine if capital punishment is unjust or not....   [tags: war between capital punishment and life]

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Measuring The Modern Way?

- Measuring the Modern Way Imagine a routine trip to the physician’s office only for him/her to be dumbfounded by what can easily be determined to be the common cold. Is such a thought even feasible. Modern society is built upon the notion of trust. There is a level of confidence that a doctor is competent enough to diagnose ailments accurately. In emergencies, we expect that these individuals are well trained, prepared, and have the collective knowledge required to be the sole curators of human life....   [tags: Skill, Learning, Student, Competence]

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A Way Out: Suicide

- “Suicide does not end the chances of life getting worse, suicide eliminates the chance of it getting better,” said Suicide is the act of taking of your life on purpose, and people in the United States, from the age of 10 to 65, have been committing suicide since the mid 1900’s. The rich and the famous go through suicidal thoughts and sometimes put it into their work; this process has been going on for decades. Committing suicide is a person trying to escape the pain and aloneness that can plague them, through things such as divorce, depression, school, a close relative or friend passing away or even just by themselves being a bully....   [tags: pain, aloneness, depression]

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On the Way - Fiction

- On the Way - Fiction It was a cold windy night in the mid December of 1941. The snow was falling slowly down the footpath while George was walking home. He was wearing a his big brown coat and a brown hat. George lived in a small wooden house which be built by himself in the forest. George lived alone by himself since his parents left him. He was living away from the world and he didn't know what was happening around him, and he had no idea about the fascism which was in the grip of the world....   [tags: Papers]

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The Way It Really Was!

- The Way It Really Was. In the 1950's there were many problems. The Korean war and the civil rights struggle. Back then the music was all rhythm and blues (r &b). It was record mostly by black artists and for black audience but the white teenagers became interested. The music scene in the early 50's Before 1954 there were 3 distinct music areas. R & B,country and pop. Music stations usually played one type of music so listeners could easily find what type they wanted. Pop had 4 major recording companies....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Way They Learn

- The Way They Learn Within in the book, "The Way They Learn", the author Cynthia Ulrich Tobias talks about theory intelligences and the importance of understanding your child. Society thinks that if the child is acting up or out of conduct, they must need some kind of medication to fix it. This is not always the case and gets really bad when the kid may have a slight learning problem. Many parents do not have the time to sit down and talk to their child because of their jobs or because they just don't care....   [tags: Book Reviews]

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the way of confucius

- Confucius is one of the most famous of the ancient Chinese philosophers. Confucius lived from 551 to 479 BC. He believed that Chinese culture had peaked during the height of the Zhou dynasty. During their reign, the Zhou rulers adhered to a set of practices referred to as the “li”, also called rites or rituals. These rites governed all aspects of Chinese culture. The rites told everything, from the way huge political ceremonies should be conducted, to what is the proper way to respond to the receiving of a gift....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Sigmund Freud: Changing the Way We Think About the Way We Think

- Sigmund Freud: Changing the Way We Think About the Way We Think Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, is world renowned. His view points and interpretations of human behavior that he has presented in his arguments have always made me take a deeper look at myself. He opens up a new way of seeing things. Talking about Freud, there is never a dull or boring moment, there is always some way you can look at yourself and see something you didn't see before. A physiologist, medical doctor, neurologist(one who studies the nervous system) psychologist....   [tags: Psychology]

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four way equivalence

- According to the four-way equivalence model, both interest rates and inflation rates are theoretically associated with expected changes in spot rates. Your task is to review the empirical evidence relating to this assertion and determine whether these theoretical relationships have any basis in fact. The “Four Way Equivalence Model” is a relationship between interest rates and inflation rates keeping in view the foreign exchange rates and also the changes that are expected to take place in spot rates....   [tags: economy, spot rates]

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Science Is The Only Way That Outcome Of Knowledge

- Some people have said to think of science to be learning about the world around us and how the world revolves around us. Scientists have said to have been called “natural philosophers”, which were philosophers who studied nature. Science wasn’t just a subject or profession, science was more of a way to understand the way of nature. What does it mean to think scientifically. Science is not mean to be facts, ideas, and useful examples about nature, or even the structured examination of nature, are common definitions of science....   [tags: Science, Scientific method, Epistemology]

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The Impact of Internet on Users and their Way of Thinking

- In the present day, the development of internet causes considerable changes in social relations and people lifestyle. Internet users spend most of their life online. One of the recent trends is the development of social networks, which encourage the creation of realistic communities. In such a situation, the question concerning the impact of Internet on human being, especially on human brain and behavior arises. In this concern, views on the impact of Internet vary consistently. On the one hand, Internet is recognized as a valuable intermediate, which helps users to share and broadcast information easily....   [tags: technology, online information]

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World Violence Is Not The Way Of Dealing With Problems

- Why do countries and people resort to violence to get what they desire and settle conflicts. From what I can see violence leads to more and more problems. Wars go on for a very long time and cause distress to many. Millions of people die over a conflict that could have been settled by an in depth discussion as can be seen in the Star Trek episode “A Taste of Armageddon”. World violence is something that needs to be eradicated. War is not the way to solve things and hence we need to find a better way of dealing with problems....   [tags: 2003 invasion of Iraq, Iraq War, Peace, Violence]

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Father Lazarus As An Expected Way Of Life

- Friedrich Nietzsche would have described Father Lazarus’ asceticism as an expected way of life considering the constant oppression of the church. Nietzsche believed that the church asked its people to constantly sacrifice three things: the company of other people, luxurious foods, and sex. He believed that the church was constantly pushing against these things and restricting people from indulging in them. As a person, Nietzsche probably thought Father Lazarus was insane, but would have understood that he was doing what his church asked of him....   [tags: Religion, Philosophy, Buddhism, God]

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Who Is The Best Way For Our Lives?

- The book reveal that when you have faith in something and you exercising the faith anything can be possible. Having faith is a unique feeling that not everyone has experienced. There are many ways to be connected with god and one is to embrace our differences that we have with our humans being. As we get spiritually engaging with god and with our self being, we change the way we act and think about our actions and admit our sins. Making our beliefs be the most sacred is the best way for us to get closer to God....   [tags: Human, Religion, Humans, Thought]

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Education Is Learning And Experiencing The Way Of Life

- Education is about learning and experiencing the way of life. To educate yourself, you will need to have self-motivation and self-management. Some students may wonder why being educated is difficult. Students seem to run into some obstacles while being educated. In Malcolm X’s, A Homemade Education, he expresses the obstacles, which created difficulties that he had to overcome in educating himself in prison. To earn an education, there are obstacles that have to be overcome such as time management, understanding the topics, and having materials....   [tags: Education, Learning, Student]

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Just The Way You Are By Bruno Mars

- “Just the way you are” by Bruno Mars is a love song talking about how his significant other is perfect just the way she is. Twelfth Night is a play with multiple themes, but the most prominent one would be infatuation. The whole play revolves around a love triangle that where each character would argue that there significant other was perfect “Just the way they are.” Each character explains their pure admiration throughout the play. Bruno Mars’s song about looks helps connect the ideas of lust within the play....   [tags: Love, Aesthetics, Romance, Debut albums]

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Is Propaganda an Effective Way to Influence a Society?

- What is propaganda. “Information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view” (Oxford Dictionaries). Propaganda is a tool commonly used by corporations and societies to try to improve their self image. It is common to find it in the media, and can range from different topics, like drugs, political views, and even the products consumers buy. Even more common is the way these messages reach you, whether it is printed out on a poster, or tabloid, or viewed through different forms of media such as public service announcements, and telev...   [tags: propaganda, marketing, advertising]

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Analysis Of The Novel ' Way Back Home '

- Niq Mhlongo’s novel Way Back Home explores the performance and portrayal of gender in a context which not only fosters a divide between the sexes, but juxtaposes Western and South African culture as well. Throughout the novel, Mhlongo utilizes language and imagery to demonstrate the ways in which man and woman are portrayed differently in a society which is fractured by the infiltration of Western culture. I chose to examine moments in the novel where Kamathi faces women in positions of power, examining how this power translates into the portrayal of gender, and consequently how it decodes status....   [tags: Sociology, Gender, Western culture, Western world]

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Poetry Is The Beautiful Way Of Thinking With A Pen

- You’re a Poet and You Should Know It (Essay on How Close We are to Poetry) Cassandra Clare once said, “Only the very weak-minded refuse to be influenced by literature and poetry.” This is in a similar fashion to Naomi Shihab Nye’s perspective on poetry. Though people may like to pretend that poetry is not a part of everyday life, this is simply not the case. Poetry can be found all around, throughout the world, and everywhere you look. Poetry is not simply the act of stringing words together into lines and those lines into stanzas....   [tags: Poetry, Naomi Shihab Nye, Writing, Emotion]

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The Deeper Way Of Transcendence Toward A Subject

- The thoughts are the deeper way of transcendence toward a subject implicitly to us and also to other. Yonder, we treat subject, ideas, people with at amazing speed which does not mean accuracy as well. My thought promptly rather our thought promptly goes scan, scrutinize what is around us and also ourselves. Now, my mind is thinking in other words my thought is working. I would like to take one of this thought to illustrates my perception of the world who is around me. Dreadful events. Yes, dreadful, terrible, awful, horrible, frightful events....   [tags: Mind, Thought, Psychology, Love]

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Traditional Dance as the Way to Understand the Culture

- “Dance has no language”- it is often said at the concerts and festivals. Indeed, in order to understand the beauty of the dance and what dancers want to express you do not need to know particular language, so Kazakhs, Russians, Koreans, Germans, Chinese etc. will perceive dance performance in the same way. Traditional dance involves not only dance performance, but traditional national music, costumes and attributes as well. So, through the traditional folk dances people can get acquainted with one or another’s culture....   [tags: Cultural Identity Essays]

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