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The West Facade Of Notre Dame

- This image is of the west facade of Notre Dame. This building was constructed by Bishop Fulbert in the 12th century, but construction continued until 1220 and was completed by Geoffroy de Lèves. The facade is built out of cut stone with ornamental stained glass throughout and was completed in Gothic style. It is located at its original location in Chartres, France. The cathedral incorporates many elements of Gothic architecture. What is most notable is the mismatched towers. One is more noticeably in Romanesque style, with a tall spire adorning its top....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Romanesque architecture]

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The Slavery Of West Of Ghana

- SWhen slave traders and their coffles arrived on the coast, trading companies offhandedly branded the slaves they chose to purchase with hot irons on the arms, shoulders, or the chest, to identify which shipping company the slave belonged to; and, as proof that the company had paid the proper duty for their property. Thereafter, the shippers placed their slaves in confined owded holding cells underneath one of the approximately 40 slave forts known as "warehouses of inhumanity” that aligned 300 miles of Ghana’s coast....   [tags: Slavery, African slave trade]

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The American Dream Out West

- America, the land of opportunity, a country that stretches out from sea to shining sea. Except what if America stayed in the boundaries; the appalachian mountains east. Would America be the country it is and has been for the last 100 years. Westward expansion is why America is as unique and diverse as it is today; it gave the hope of opportunity to thousands of Americans and is why the American dream or “Manifest Destiny” remains a reality even today. Westward expansion encouraged by Lewis and Clark which led to the Oregon Trail and was later fuled by the California gold rush illustrates the American dream as people took a risk leaving the east to seek new opportunities and/or wealth in the...   [tags: Lewis & Clark, CA Gold Rush]

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Review : West Bank Story

- Review of West Bank Story West Bank Story is a short musical comedy movie. Online dictionary explains musical comedy that is a comedic play or movie in which dialogue is interspersed with songs, especially one with a focus on musical numbers and a simple plot. In addition, in 2007, at the 79th Academy Awards, West Bank Story won the Oscar in the category Best Live Action Short Film (Wikipedia "West Bank"). This short movie talks about a love story between a Palestinian woman and an Israeli soldier in West Bank....   [tags: Israel, Jordan, Middle East, Nablus]

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Imperialism: From Europe to The West

- Early in the twentieth century, imperialism was brought up by European powers of the time; Germany, Great Britain, France, and Russia. These nations were after raw materials in Asia, Africa, and South America and when they realize that they could not retrieve it, they began to colonize smaller counties that contain the many resources they need and used it for their benefit. Western values played a big part in European imperialism. European civilization experienced a period of extraordinary rapid expansion worldwide during the nineteenth century and the twentieth century....   [tags: Global Commerce]

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The Poverty Of Nigeria, West Africa

- A governor is able to own a six-thousand square foot home fully equipped with multiple security guards, a swimming pool, and far more rooms than needed. Meanwhile, in a neighboring town just miles away is poverty stricken land where someone calls home. It is surrounded by trash, with little food to eat, as the stench of sewage from the city coats the air. This scenario is foreign to people living in the United States. That is simply because this is a problem prevalent to ones living in Nigeria, West Africa....   [tags: Africa, Poverty, Poverty threshold, Nigeria]

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The Father Lives Of West Virginia

- PER REPORTER: The father lives in West Virginia. The son (Colton) has visitation with the father. Per reporter, last year, mom had to file charges against the child 's paternal grandmother for molestation for touching the child on his private area and exposed her body to the child. Reporter stated it was reported to DHS. Reporter stated the grandmother is not allowed to contact her or the child. Mom said it was her choice. Reporter stated there were no charges filed or done. Reporter stated she was trying to get the grand jury to transfer the case out of her county....   [tags: Family, Father]

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Colonial Rule Of West Africa

- Many historians have argued that colonial rule in West Africa would not have been successful if the colonial rulers had not obtained the services of indigenous elites. How does the article, “The Circle of Irons..” help us to support or refute that assertion. We encourage critical assessment beyond the normative, “I agree..” The argument that the services of indigenous elites were necessary for successful colonial rule in West Africa is supported by “The Circle of Irons” because the article discusses the role that these elites played in everyday life....   [tags: Africa, Colonialism, Scramble for Africa]

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Air Pollution in West Virginia

- Air Pollution West Virginia is faced with a moral dilemma when it comes to coal. Coal is the state’s number one resource, but it is affecting the health of its citizens. The effects of coal-fired power plants are harming the health of Americans nationwide, and even more so in our own state. Coal is West Virginia’s top source for income, jobs, and electricity, so should West Virginia, along with the rest of the nation switch to a greener alternative, or is clean coal technology really a viable option....   [tags: coal exploitation, moral dilemma]

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Transformation of Homewood West Community

- ... To my surprise, many were well-educated and very welcoming, and ambitious people, striving to make the community better. Many of them noted the issues in the neighborhood, and stated that they had a lot of work to do but they made me leave Homewood West with hope. As I started my journey into Homewood, I made my way down Franktown Avenue past the YWCA I started to see differences from the city and why a lot of residents are struggling to make ends meet. There were houses with broken windows, and businesses that were vacant or torn down....   [tags: neighborhood, railroad, racism]

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Looking Back at the American Westward Journeys

- ... Travelers would start to take precautions such as burning the clothes of the victims and their wagon, or even try abandoning their wagons in order to flee as far as possible from it. The few remedies developed against it were Laudanum and camphor, for everything else there were home remedies such as baths and herbs used. In general, the emigrants and Native Americans had a hostile relationship filled with fear and uncertainty. The whites would usually be distrustful and ignorant toward the Natives....   [tags: settling the west, emigration]

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Biography of Dr. Cornel West

- Dr. Cornel West is one of most brilliant intellectuals of our time. He is popularly known as a philosopher, activist, and academic. He was born June 2, 1953 in Tulsa Oklahoma, but was raised in Sacramento, California with his three other siblings. His mother was an elementary school teacher, and father was a civilian administrator for the U.S. Air Force. As a Young man, he found great interest in the social and economic restoration of African Americans; he participated in civil rights marches and fought against the egregious cavity that was present in his high school and among many other schools, which was the absence of black studies courses....   [tags: pleasure, comfort]

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Feminism And The Non West

- While feminist scholarship constantly strives to challenge misconceptions about how structures in society oppress their subjects, Chanda explains that many feminists themselves have fallen victim to the fallacies they sought to debunk (486). Ipshita Chanda’s “Feminist Theory in Perspective” outlines the many ways in which feminist scholarship has approached development in the third world in order to express that the oppressions experienced by women in the non-west are based on different material realities from women in the west (486)....   [tags: Feminism, Sociology, Third-wave feminism]

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Is Mount Carmel West Hospital?

- In today 's society cultural competence needs to be a major factor implemented in every health care facility. For this project, the facility decided upon to be researched and observed was Mount Carmel West hospital. On campus, the outer signs were only presented in the English language. An individual whom is native to another language would easily become lost when trying to figure out what building had what significance and where to park. In each entrance however, there are campus maps in English, Spanish and Somali....   [tags: United Kingdom, English language, Translation]

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The West Fertilizer Plant Explosion

- The West Fertilizer Plant Explosion On April 17, 2013, the community of West, Texas, suffered a devastating and heartbreaking event in the evening hours. After a fire broke out inside the West Fertilizer plant, a massive explosion leveled the facility, caused millions of dollars in damage to surrounding buildings, and took the lives of over a dozen people. Sadly, the majority of those killed were volunteer firefighters who had responded to the fire and were unable to retreat to a safe distance before the explosion....   [tags: massive explotion, aftermath, texas]

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Kanye West: I'm a God

- “I’m a God” Everybody says who they are and what they are but that’s just being there self and telling others that you are who you are. Kanye West the most influential rapper thinks he is a “god” or tries to connect himself into god. He said he doesn’t have any explanation on it but he said that he is “the number one rapper on this planet” and everybody should respect him. West is also an artist/fashion designer, which he have struggled a lot, he compares himself to Michael Jackson by saying his struggle to break into fashion is like when Michael Jackson was fighting to get his videos on MTV , and he wants to change the whole system of fashion and be the major fashion designer....   [tags: fashion, rapper, songs]

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True West By Sam Shepard

- The play True West, written by Sam Shepard in the 1980’s, is a play about sibling rivalry between two alienated brothers who are believed to be complete opposites. The play takes on a rather comical sense as the viewer sits through the antics of the two brothers, much like a sitcom. Nonetheless, the characters seem to have more depth, and this can be picked up when the viewer is able to read the play for themselves. Austin, the younger brother, is a screenwriter trying to make his name in Hollywood....   [tags: Sibling, Family]

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Women in the Wild West

- Women in the Wild West were resourceful women that dealt with the harsh conditions of their time, the lawlessness, and living with very few amenities. Women of the Wild West was not like many movies and book portray them to be; they were not helpless, weak, or incapable to think for themselves. On the contrary they were women that raised children, establishd churches and schools, warded off Indian attacks, and many also participated in the voting rights for women. Women of the West was main contributors to their families and communities and this essay will discuss two of them, Eliza Snow and Calamity Jane....   [tags: Bridget Mason, Annie Oakley, Eliza Snow]

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Ebola Outbreak Of West Africa

- One of the current major concerns in the world is the outbreak of Ebola. Ebola is a infectious disease that comes from the Ebola virus and it can cause death if the patient is left untreated. The disease can be managed with treatment of the patient, however. Ebola is a disease that is a major concern in the Subsaharan African Realm, and in the North American Realm,but it is beginning to be dealt with sufficiently in the Northern American Realm. Ebola started its first outbreak in West Africa. According to the World Health Organization (2014) “Ebola first took place in 1976 in 2 simultaneous outbreaks, one in Nzara, Sudan.., in Yambuku, Democratic Republic of Congo......   [tags: United States, Health care, Health care provider]

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Women Of The Medieval West

- In the period of 1200 – 1400 in the Medieval West, the Church had a huge influence over society. There were many ideals set by the Church that the people were expected to accept. Women in particular, had specific roles in which they had to conform to, and the majority of women did so. The two main roles available for a women in this time period were that of a wife, and taking on the responsibilities of caring for a household. The other main choice that came about through the development of the church was the role of a Nun, where a women was expected to live a life of contemplation and prayer....   [tags: Marriage, Wife, Family, Social class]

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Classroom Control At West Hill

- Teachers have exerted extensive control over their classrooms. Each classroom and each teacher has a list of rules posted inside their classrooms or on the first or second page of the students’ binder. These rules make an effort to direct the behaviours of students by adjusting the way in which they conduct themselves so to create a controlled setting. Since there is only one teacher and an average of 30 students in a classroom, if limitations and rules are not put in place then chaos will be effortless....   [tags: Teaching, Education]

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West Virginia and Washington State

- The Pacific Northwest combines the best of abundant natural beauty with cosmopolitan flair. From the peaks of the Cascade Mountains to the emerald lowlands of Puget Sound to Seattle's eclectic port-city charm, the state of Washington offers a vibrant mix of urban and rural settings. LoopNet puts the vast northwest within your reach. The easternmost portion of Washington houses Spokane, a city of a quarter of a million residents that's only a few minutes from the Idaho border. Spokane is close enough to the Cascades to make it an attractive tourist destination, especially for ski trips....   [tags: Geography, Description, Residents]

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Realities of West Side Story

- Realities of West Side Story Filmed in 1961, West Side Story is a modern-day telling of Romeo and Juliet. Two youths struggle with their forbidden love as two gangs, the Jets and the Sharks, duel. At the end of the film, Maria says, “You all killed him […] with hate!” This is a universally acknowledged theme that hate can kill. West Side Story is said to be a “morality play about “our” everyday problems: racism, poverty, and the destructiveness of violence” . Shortly after 1949 had been rung in, Leonard Bernstein and Jerome Robbins were already hard at work....   [tags: american music, modern-day telling]

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The West Memphis 3 Murders

- The West Memphis 3 were three teenagers who were accused of the brutal murder of 3 eight-year old boys in West Memphis, Arkansas. The boys were believed to have been killed as part of a satanic ritual. By the next day, the police had already found their first suspect Damien Echols and were questioning him. Echols was considered a suspect because of his interest in the Wicca religion and officers investigating the case both thought that the “murders had strong overtones of a cultic sacrifice.” One of the officers said the only person he thought could be capable of committing such a horrible crime was Echols....   [tags: wicca, satanic ritual, suspects]

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Gang Culture in the West

- ... Which isn't necessarily true concerning a lot of other gangs aside from hate groups whose only binding agenda is the hatred of other races. Gang members use hand signs, graffiti, and tattoos to identify with their gang. They use this as a form of communication to show their gang affiliation to other gang members. Gangs have their own signs, signals, colors, and dress code for advertising their presence and marking territory in their town or city. The MS-13 may display the number “13” in different ways to disguise it here in the US....   [tags: violent, initiation, consequences]

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The Old West: Range Wars

- When the average modern American thinks of the Old West, they often think of cattle drives, outlaws and lawmen, and John Wayne; things they see in western movies. Another staple in western movies is the range war, it is important for modern Americans to know which parts of the west were true and which were false. The range wars of the late 1800’s were important to rights and responsibilities because they changed the way many people lived in the west and midwest, finally stating the concept of private and public property....   [tags: cattle ranchers and sheep herders]

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Child Labour in West Africa

- Children are the future of this world, as adults we do everything in our power to provide our children with the opportunity to lead a better life than the one we had. However, in West Africa there are an estimated “1.8 million children” who are stripped of their basic right of attending school, and put to work instead so they can help their families afford basic needs. Many times these children work up to sixty hours a week in hazardous or slave like conditions. Violating many of these children’s fundamental human right....   [tags: Human rights, education, poverty, children]

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Settlement of Lumberport, West Virginia

- Looking through the spectacles of time reflects the changes in our lifestyle and culture through the years and how it has made us into the people that we are today. Every day we are stepping into a footstep that is bigger than our own, living lives that have been created and inspired by our ancestors that have come before us. Being raised in the rural, rolling hills of West Virginia provides a childhood that is unforgettable. Being able to see the four different seasons and how they always change so beautifully into each other is beautiful....   [tags: Migration, History]

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The Flow of Kanye West

- In an ever growing industry where masses of bland mc’s come out of the woodwork to drop hooks it’s becoming more difficult to distinguish yourself in the hip hop community. Hip hop is a numbers game and we’re not talking record sales. Each rapper has a distinctive “flow”. Flow in this case refers to the rhythmic structure that is derived from the interaction between the rapper’s words and the musical rhythms of those words. On the other spectrum of hip hop are bars, a bar is simply a musical duration of time, akin to how minutes measure time....   [tags: American rapper, songwriter, producer]

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West Civilization And The Environment

- Dan Bloodgood Dr. Simone HS 101 W. Civilization 11/26/2014 West Civilization and the Environment Humans have been on the earth for more than one million years, but civilizations- life in cities- has only come about in the last five thousand years. Civilizations have risen and fallen, carved out of nature, and dependent on nature to survive. In today’s world, people have the knowledge and expertise to live and prosper anywhere they choose. In ancient civilizations, environment was a key factor in establishing roots in a specific area....   [tags: Roman Empire, Ancient Rome, Roman Republic]

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Economic Development Of The West

- One major problem in today’s society is that of environmental damage. This is affecting everyone throughout the globe at a rapid pace whether it is in the form of climate change, pollution or the destruction of forests and greenery. It has been suggested that the issue has only grown since the onset globalisation and the encouragement of economic development in poorer countries. Many sociologists agree but a few such as Ehrlich and Neoliberalists do not believe that this is the main cause to great environmental damage....   [tags: Poverty, Millennium Development Goals]

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Poetry From East And West

- I never read any poem before I took English 101B. I bought “Literature The Human Experience” for course requirement this semester, so I read a lot of poems from this book. Actually English is my second language, I just have moved to The United States of America three years ago. I had so many problems to read article such as novel and fiction, but I can easily understand the poem. I think the key is that the most of poets just use very simple words to show us the deeper meanings. The forms of poem are also diverse....   [tags: Poetry, Stanza, Sonnet, Meter]

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Religious Representations Of The West

- In many areas of the globe, specifically the West, there is a new focus on individualism rather than seeing religion as an all-embracing principle. However, religion undoubtedly performs a social function to some extent in all religions, especially when analysing ideas surrounding death. Dumont argues that there has been a shift from ‘religious truth to a purely social fact’. (1970) For Durkheim, religion is an eminently social thing. ‘Religious representations are collective representations which express collective realities’ (Thompson, 1982, p....   [tags: Sociology, Hinduism, Death, Life]

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The University Of West Alabama

- Discussion The organization in question is a small, rural, Division II institution of higher education located in western Alabama and founded in 1835. The institution currently boasts an undergraduate on-campus enrollment population of approximately 2000 students as of Fall 2016 (The University of West Alabama, 2016). The higher education institution serves a unique part of the state of Alabama referred to as the Black Belt. The Black Belt stretches across multiple states from Texas to Maryland....   [tags: Higher education, University, Sociology]

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Running Training

- Running Training For the past several years runners all over the world have been trying to figure out and arguing over the simple question: “Is high mileage training better than low mileage, during training season?” Kenyan’s in Africa have been running unbelievable amounts of mileage for years, and tend to always be in the top field in any race over five thousand meters. While Africans have been leading the fields for years, where do the best US runners end up. Not in the lead pack. Perhaps they are training too hard to be like their Kenyan counterparts....   [tags: Compare Contrast Papers]

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The Reporter & the Screenwriter

- The late Steve Jobs in his 2005 commencement address at Stanford University eloquently traced the imprint of a calligraphy class he had taken at Reed College years before to the creation of today’s worldwide standard in computer typography. Esteemed architect Frank Gehry can trace the imprint of his college job working in a museum to his current success, and moreover can trace the imprint of a different piece of art to each one of the buildings he has created. President Bill Clinton can trace the imprint of witnessing Martin Luther King, Jr.’s 1963 “I have a Dream” speech to his decision to devote his life to politics....   [tags: Analysis, Nathanael West, Crapa]

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West Sixth, A Local Spot That Had A Huge Impact On The Community

- When this project was first assigned I knew I wanted to do something that was a local spot that had a huge impact on the community. I thought about several different things from back home in Louisville, but I wanted to do something that was new to me and different then what I knew from back home. I decided to do my research on West Sixth Brewing. West Sixth is a local brewing company located on 501 West Sixth Street in Lexington, Ky. I chose this place not only because they make great beer, but also because of how big of an impact they have on the local community....   [tags: Brewing, Beer, Brewery, Keg]

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Nathaniel West's Miss Lonelyhearts

- “Life is worth while, for it is full of dreams and peace, gentleness and ecstasy, and faith that burns like a clear white flame on a grim dark altar.” So begins the correspondence of the novella of Nathaniel West, Miss Lonelyhearts (1933). West's work was not only a reaction to the national problems of the Great Depression but to the personal problems generated by the it, and not only for the general public but for himself also. West brought an element of the demure into his writing that characterized both the economic and emotional depression that the 1929 crash had generated among many people in the nation throughout the 1930's....   [tags: Literary Analysis]

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Wellington West Holding Inc.

- Wellington West holding Inc. is a Winnipeg based small boutique started by brokers for brokers in 1994. It started gaining success from the start its opening. In the starting year itself it managed asset worth $250 million and had a revenue of $2.5 million. Year by year it made success and have achieved many awards before it got accquired by National Bank. Wellington West have achieved 50 best employes of Canada numerous times. The Wellington West’s success was hit by National Bank and it had an eye on accquiring it....   [tags: Bank, Financial services, Central bank, Finance]

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Advertisement: Valley West Realty

- Homepage “Home” Meta Description: Valley West Realty offers quality vacation retreats. Call today. With its pristine and lush natural landscape, wide selection of attractions and recreational offers, and abundance of local fairs and festivals, Mountain Home, ID is ideal for anyone seeking a vacation home in an unspoiled rural setting, with the conveniences and entertainment of a well developed and active community. Situated less than an hour’s drive from Boise, ID Mountain Home, ID provides any vacation home owner easy access, and the feeling of escape at the same time....   [tags: Vacation, Home]

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Kanye West Dark Fantasy

- Kanye West has produced works that many interpret as exhibiting the struggle of black identity in the post-modern era. In, Twisted Fantasy he could be interpreted as exploring what is known to the Self in juxtaposition to what is unknown, if the ideas he were presenting were to transcend the disconnected chaos of society. Kanye West is world renowned for his somewhat dark lyrics and the prolific imagery of his music videos. He has always gone for the shock value, in music and the real world. While West presents images that are startling, he is reflecting society with a noticeable lack of original thought while at the same time not addressing root causes for the desolation he portrays....   [tags: Lyrics, Music, Music Videos, Hip Hop]

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West Nile Virus Vaccines

- This first discovered virus was identified in 1937 in Uganda in eastern Africa named West Nile Virus. West Nile virus is a single stranded RNA virus that lies within the family of flavivrus, which is part of the Japanese encephalitis antigenic complex of viruses. It is found in both tropical and temperate regions. It is known to infect vertebrates and certain insects. The most common route in which it infects humans is through the bite of an infected mosquito. West Nile Virus hit the United States the summer of 1999 in New York....   [tags: Disease]

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Rhoda Brook's Diary from The Withered Arm by Thomas Hardy

- Rhoda Brook's Diary from The Withered Arm by Thomas Hardy Dear Diary, I am quite alarmed today as when I was milking the cows this morning I overheard some other milkmaids gossiping about my former lover and father of my son and that he is getting married to a woman 'many years his junior'. This is just so typical of him. I know he is only doing this to spite me. He has really embarrassed me. As if I wasn't already the talk of the village even after twelve years since I had my beautiful but forbidden baby boy, they are still calling me a witch and a prostitute....   [tags: Papers]

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West Coast Early Warning

- The Japanese National Police Agency has confirmed 14,084 deaths, 5302 injured, and 13,511 missing due to the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake (“Counter”). Japan has the world’s most advanced earthquake early-warning system that includes at least 1,000 seismographs scattered throughout the country. According to some reports, some people received up to a minute advance warning that a quake was about to start. Washington, Oregon, and California are in the Cascadia Subduction Zone that is overdue for a life altering earthquake....   [tags: Natural Disaster]

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The West Memphis Three

- There are many prisoners sitting in prison today for a crime not committed by them. Sometimes, the law rushes into convictions before getting complete facts. Maybe a small town needed revenge which could lead to a wrong conviction. It could be from “ignorance of the law”. Most are not aware of their rights and what could be said that might falsely incriminate a person. There are also the forced confessions by police who threaten or use scare tactics to get a false confession. Most wrongfully convicted are sitting in prison for witness misidentification....   [tags: Research Paper]

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Undaunted Courage: Moving West

- As the expedition was traveling down the rivers west of the Rockies, men’s lives were endangered. The water of the river was moving so rapidly that it destroyed their canoes, their supplies and their goods. Old Toby, an Indian guide who traveled with the expedition for pay, was so afraid of the rushing water that he ran away. When he took off he forgot his profit, so the Captains asked a horseman, Twisted Hair from the Nez Perce tribe, to inform Old Toby to come back to be paid. The Nez Perce Indians was the largest and strongest tribe in the Pacific Northwest....   [tags: American history and expeditions]

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Ghana in West Africa

- Ghana is a country located in West Africa bordering the gulf of guinea between Cote d’lvoire and Togo. The capital city is Accra which is also the largest city having more than two million population. The second largest city is Kumesi; having about more than one million population. The country is “slightly smaller than Oregon” in the United States, the land area measure about 238, 391km2 (The world factbook, n.d.). It has an estimate of more than twenty-four million populations and has more than a hundred ethnic groups and lot of languages, but the official language is English....   [tags: country information, capital, population]

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West Africa: Burkina Faso

- Six countries surround the landlocked country of Burkina Faso, which was previously called Upper Volta. It is located in the heart of West Africa. It is a country which has had an unstable and sometimes violent history with coup after coup resulting in many changes of government, in the rights of the people, and its economic status. Burkina Faso (Upper Volta) was a French colony from 1897 until August 5, 1960. Its official language remains French, and its currency is the Franc. After 1960, the leadership of the country changed several times until 1981 when Thomas Sankara took control....   [tags: upper volta, violent history]

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Krakatau, West Of Java

- Krakatau, West of Java I. Introduction Krakatau is a former stratovolcano that is located within the Sunda Strait between Java and Sumatra. The most popular and logical theory for the origin of its name is that it was adapted from the sanskrit word “Karkata”, justification being that Rakata is cited as meaning crab in the older Javanese language (Wilson, 1999). The origin of this volcano is perhaps first noted in the Javanese Book of Kings in 416 A.D. as a “thundering sound” in Kapi, a westward province of Java....   [tags: Volcano, Plate tectonics, Lava, Volcanology]

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A Window to the West

- A Window to the West History has it that the United States capital city of Washington D.C. was designed with the intention of intimidating visiting foreign heads of state. The creation of this city had purpose and reason; neither of which are very natural or human. St. Petersburg was viewed by the Russian people in this context. Typically a city grows from a small town to a massive metropolis with years and years of expansion outward. The Russian people already plagued with xenophobia, could not accept Peter the Great’s new city designed with Western ideals and made by Western minds....   [tags: Papers]

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Running: An Integral Part of American Culture

- Running: An Integral Part of American Culture The running phenomenon has blended into society in many different aspects of our lives. This does not only include track and field, but also cross country, road-racing, and jogging for health and leisure. Many Americans make running an essential part of their day. Running is not only good for your heart and lungs, but it is very beneficial for relieving stress, keeping your metabolism high, and keeping you trim and muscular. Another expanding characteristic of running is using it as a social experience....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Running From Cops

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Dorothy West

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- Running From Prejudice I look around and I see it, and then I read about it. But I never thought I would be faced with discrimination firsthand. It's my junior year in high school, with lots of opportunities, freedom and responsibility. I decided to join the cross-country team, and somehow I knew it wouldn't be easy, but I knew most of the team from classes and from running track. The first day of practice I disregarded the stares. As the season went on, though, I started to feel out of place, like an outsider....   [tags: Personal Narrative Essay Example]

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Schacht’s Running of the German Economy

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Physiological Responses to distance treadmill running

- Exercise: Distance Treadmill Running When we are challenged with any physical task, the human body responds through a series of integrated changes in function that involve most, if not all, of its physiologic systems. Movement requires activation and control of the musculoskeletal system; the cardiovascular and respiratory systems provide the ability to sustain this movement over extended periods. Physiological Responses: From experience I know that while on the treadmill before long my chest is heaving, my lungs are bursting, my heart is pounding, I get hot, sweat profusely, and the previously coordinated movement of my limbs start to falter; my muscles ache and my brain tells me to stop...   [tags: essays research papers]

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West Africa

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ICT Role inj Running a Business

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Confucianism and the west

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The West in Film

- The depiction of minorities, specifically women and Native Americans, in Western film has changed drastically from the early 1930's to the late 1980's. These changes represent the changing views of American society in general throughout the 20th century. In the early part of the century, women and Native Americans were depicted as a burden. Women were viewed as a form of property, helpless and needing support. These minorities were obstacles in the quest for manifest destiny by the United States....   [tags: Movies Native Americans Papers]

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Buddhism in the West

- Albert Einstein once said, “the religion of the future will be a cosmic religion. It should transcend a personal god, avoid dogmas and theology. Covering both the natural and spiritual, it should be based on a religious sense arising from the experience of all natural and spiritual and a meaningful unity. Buddhism answers this description. If there is any religion that would cope with modern scientific needs it would be Buddhism.”# Many great minds like Albert Einstein have converted or become Buddhists....   [tags: essays research papers]

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High Academic And Social Responsibility Standards

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West Nile Fever

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The Tumultuous Relationship between the East and the West

- During the Age of Exploration, early orientalism started to take shape in fashion. Since, the East has remained an inspiration and influence to Western culture. In spite of this, oriental dress does not symbolise cultural flexibility and acceptance, but rather imperialism. It is a metaphor whereby the West establishes a dominant role over the East by studying and reproducing oriental culture. As Edward W. Said put it, “Imperialism consolidated the mixture of cultures and identities on a global scale....   [tags: fashion, imperialism, orientalism]

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Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet vs. West Side Story

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West Point And The American Revolutionary War

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Comparing the Inuits and the North-West People

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Comparison Of Kanye West And Jay Gatsby

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Ode Of The West Wind By Percy Shelley

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Civilization:The West and the Rest by Niall Ferguson

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West Nile Virus in the United States

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Analysis Of The Poem ' Ode Of The West Wind '

- Daniel Willey once said that “I believe that the best advocates of a certain issue are the ones that fully understand both sides” (Quotes About Sides). ( Even though he was discussing politics at the time, this statement holds true for many things. In the same way one needs to see both sides of a coin to fully understand it, sometimes a person has to look outside of one thing in order to find its true meaning. By reading both Percy Bysshe Shelley’s “Ode to the West Wind” and an excerpt from George Gordon, Lord Byron’s Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, Canto IV the reader can gain a better understanding of each work as well as a more thorough grasp of Roman...   [tags: Romanticism, Poetry, Mary Shelley]

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Kanye West, Matisyahu and Lupe Fiasco

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The Mission Of West Millbrook Middle School

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Why Slavery Was Abolished in the West Indies

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The Crisis in Ukraine: Russian Government and The West

- The hardened positions between the government and the opposition and the spread of anti-government protests to the country's western regions have increased the likelihood of a severe administrative crisis, potentially involving a power vacuum and protracted political uncertainty. Ukraine, the biggest country in Eastern Europe, is sandwiched between Russia and the West. It is something of a pawn between Russia and the West. For the West, the EU trade deal would mean its reach would spread further east; by contrast, the Russians see the Ukraine as key to holding on to their turf....   [tags: government, NATO, politics]

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Ammonia Explosion and The West Fertilizer Company

- West, Texas is a town located in McLennan County in the central part of Texas. It has a population of around 2,800 people. During the evening of Wednesday the 17th April of 2013 a massive explosion occurred in the small town. The West Fertilizer Company; which is owned by Adair Grain Inc. which had stockpiles of anhydrous ammonia and ammonium nitrate amongst other agricultural items; was the center and cause of the blast. It is not the first time that an explosion such as this has happened in the state of Texas; in 1947 in Texas city, Texas an explosion that caused nearly 600 deaths had ammonia as a key part in the blast (Jonsson, 2013)....   [tags: Anhydrous Ammonia, Texas, Explosions]

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The West Wind By Percy Bysshe Shelley

- Percy Bysshe Shelley was the epitome of a Romantic poet. He was emotional, inspired by nature, and blatantly honest with his feelings. When he wrote “Ode to the West Wind” in 1819, he was sitting near the Arno River in Florence, Italy where he was residing (Napierkowski and Ruby). His homeland, England, was experiencing political and social turmoil, which explains some of the emotion in his ode. However in this piece, he struggles to appeal to the West Wind in an attempt to portray the inevitable cyclical nature of everything and to present a struggle that is both internal and external....   [tags: Poetry, Percy Bysshe Shelley, John Keats, Wind]

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