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“Whoso List To Hunt” by Francesco Petraca and Sir Thomas Wyatt

- “Whoso List To Hunt” “Whoso List to Hunt” was originally written in Italian by Francesco Petraca. In the 1500s Sir Thomas Wyatt had translated the original piece into an English form of an Petrarchan sonnet. Most love poems written in the Renaissance era are about the love of a man for a beautiful, unattainable woman. A good poet is a person who uses words efficiently, effectively, and gracefully which is just what Wyatt does. He uses words to help the reader learn the message sent throughout the poem, which in this case is his love for Anne Boleyn....   [tags: Poetry Analysis]

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A Metrical Composition Of William Shakespeare 's The Lord Of The Wings And Sir Thomas Wyatt 's Whoso List

- A metrical composition; a composition in verse written in certain measures, whether in blank verse or in rhyme, and characterized by imagination and poetic diction; contradistinguished from prose; as, the poems of Homer or of Milton. This is but one of Webster 's definitions of a poem. Using this definition of “poem,” this paper will compare and contrast three different poems written by three different poets; William Shakespeare 's Sonnets 116, George Herbert’s Easter Wings and Sir Thomas Wyatt’s Whoso List to Hunt....   [tags: Sonnet, Poetry, Shakespeare's sonnets]

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History of the Hunt Family

- History of the Hunt Family The history of Hunt family provides remarkable examples of both strengths and weaknesses of family business model. Sheer size of the company, characters of great egos and controversial political views always brought a lot of public attention to Hunt family. Yet the most interesting aspect, which will be investigated in this paper, is the interdependence of family and business dynamics. Based on the history of two branches of Hunt family, it will be demonstrated how changes within family can both ruin or foster business....   [tags: business model, hunt oil company]

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Hiding Salem : The Other Witch Hunt Of 1692

- In Escaping Salem: The Other Witch Hunt of 1692 Richard Godbeer recounts to the reader the story and the history behind a witch hunt that took place in 1692 in Stamford Connecticut. The Stamford witch trial was one of two witch trials that would take place in the New England colonies during 1692. The other, more famous, witch hunt would take place in Salem, a town in Massachusetts Bay colony. The Salem witch trials are a significant event in early American history. They are often cited as evidence of the religious fanaticism and the close-mindedness of puritan society....   [tags: Witchcraft, Salem witch trials, Witch-hunt]

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Escaping Salem : The Other Witch Hunt Of 1692

- ... Since then, Godbeer has written three other books, with similar topics, including Escaping Salem. Currently, Godbeer is a professor at the University of Miami, with specialties in Early America, Witchcraft and Religious Culture. I believe one of Godbeer’s main purposes in writing this book, other than telling an interesting story, was to show that not all witch trials were handled like the witch trials in Salem. The trials in Salem have a bad reputation for executing many women without much of a fair trial....   [tags: Salem witch trials, Witchcraft, Witch-hunt]

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Escaping Salem, The Other Witch Hunt Of 1692

- Escaping Salem, the Other Witch Hunt of 1692 was written by Richard GodBeer. Many know about the Salem Witch Trails of 1692, however not many knew about the Witch Trials that happened in Stamford, Connecticut that same year. Richard GodBeer takes it upon himself to explain in depth the story of Kate Branch. GodBeer begins the book by describing the setting of the book, it was June in 1692 and the narrative would take place in a small town off the northern shore of Long Island. (Godbeer, 1) After the introduction of few characters one being Ebenezer Bishop, the first incident of a Witch encounter happens....   [tags: Salem witch trials, Witchcraft, Witch-hunt]

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Steven Spielberg's Schindler's List

- Steven Spielberg's Schindler's List Schindler's List, the award winning film directed by Steven Spielberg, is becoming a significant teaching tool in high schools across the nation. Spielberg himself explained why in the Foreword to the study guide Facing History prepared through a grant from his production company, Amblin Entertainment, and Universal Films. He wrote: There are far too many places where hate, intolerance, and genocide still exist....   [tags: Spielberg Schindler's List Movie Film]

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Escaping Salem : The Other Witch Hunt Of 1692 By Richard Godbeer

- Escaping Salem: The Other Witch Hunt of 1692 by Richard Godbeer. This book was published in 2005 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Richard Godbeer examines the witch trials in the seventeenth century. When a young girl Katherine Branch of Stamford, Connecticut is stricken with unexplainable convulsions, her master and mistress begin to think it is caused by something supernatural. Godbeer follows the incident without any bias and looks into how the accusations and trials are handled by the townspeople and the people in charge of handling the trails....   [tags: Salem witch trials, Witchcraft, Witch-hunt]

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The Hunt For The Perfect Companion

- When a family is thinking about bringing a four-legged, wet-nosed friend home, there are many things they may consider in order to find the right fit such as the exercise the breed requires, whether it sheds or not, and so on. Chances are that during the hunt for the perfect companion, there will be specific dogs that have the predisposition of being considered apt to be kept in a home. On that list there may be a Labrador, due to their unwavering loyalty. On the list of inapt dogs, there may be a Chihuahua simply because they shake....   [tags: Staffordshire Bull Terrier]

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The Message of Courage in Schindler's List by Thomas Keneally

- The Message of Courage in Schindler's List by Thomas Keneally Throughout the novel of Schindler’s List, by Thomas Keneally, the message of courage is portrayed greatly. Keneally was a gentile man who wrote about how bad the Holocaust was, even-though he was not Jewish. He tells a story of how one man successfully saved thousands of Jews by letting them work for him. Keneally wrote about how helping someone pays off and by letting someone have a second chance which gives them a sense of hope in times of hardship....   [tags: Schindler's List Thomas Keneally Essays]

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The Hunt

- The forest, for the moment, is calm and frigid. The glowing orange sun gently caresses the horizon. The air is crisp and the wind blows softly. Chilled morning dew slowly seeps down into the soft dirt. Smells of crumpled leaves permeate the air. Birds leisurely rise from their nests. A flap of the wings, a quick shake and they’re off. Tweeting harmoniously, the early birds cast their wondrous melodies through the icy morning breeze. Squirrels race from tree to tree in search of acorns for the coming wintery season....   [tags: Hunter, Everest, Short Story]

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The Love And Lyrical Poetry

- ... 6-7) The enjambment of the lines allows for the feeling of being ‘pulled’ toward the next line, much like the hunter seems unable to do anything but follow the deer deeper and deeper into the forest. In both poems, the original metaphorical likeness to animals is overtaken as the women transform into accepting their true nature. Alicia Ostriker comments on ‘They flee from me, suggesting that the “female whom, by a charming figure of speech, we call a wild creature, reveals herself to be one....   [tags: Love, Poetry, Sonnet, Courtly love]

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On Hitler 's Mountain By Irmgard A. Hunt

- ... She told about the daily life of Berchtesgaden of waiting in line to receive parcels of food and having wash Mondays where Albine would spend the whole day in the tenant washhouse. Eventually, the sound of sirens blaring through the city became a part of the everyday life. The sirens would warn the civilians about an upcoming airstrike. Irmgard and her classmates spent an average of two to four hours almost every day in the bomb shelters provided. Also, the white, chemical fog that was released to hide the mountain from attackers became normality....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazism, World War II, Nazi Germany]

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Wildlife Management: Why People Hunt?

- Humans have been hunting on this planet for over two million years. Our ancestors used complex hunting techniques to ambush and kill antelopes, gazelles, and other large animals dated back to times before Christ. People all around the world still carry on the tradition, but the view on hunting is not the same as it was back then. The world is so industrialized, and people think hunting is cruel and useless because you can buy meat at grocery stores. But in reality, it is the reason the wildlife they see are not extinct....   [tags: Wildlife, Varmint, hunting]

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A Whale Hunt

- Envision the Makah nation before white men came to reduce their lands, diminished their way of life, and contaminate them with new diseases. The Makah tribe was once free to roam along the dark sandy beaches of the Olympic Peninsula and experience the fiery glow of the sinking sun creep into the depths of the vast Pacific Ocean. They are no longer able to undergo this majestic cycle in the same tranquility that their ancestors once did. After dealing with the inequities that were brought upon them by the European settlers, such as being forced to speak a new language and being confined to a minute area of land, that cannot compare to the greatness of the territory where they once lived....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Schindler’s List, directed by Steven Spielberg and The Pianist, Directed by Roman Polanski

- Schindler’s List, directed by Steven Spielberg and The Pianist, Directed by Roman Polanski The holocaust is seen as a time of horror, filled with brutal, inhuman actions carried out by the Nazi party. Schindler’s List, directed by Steven Spielberg, is one of the most realistic movies to show the gruesome shock of the concentration camps and torture of Jews. Spielberg captured the true essences of what pain was during World War Two. In 2002, Roman Polanski came out with The Pianist, a movie that focuses on a Jewish man’s struggles outside the walls of a concentration camp....   [tags: Movie Film Movies Pianist Schindler List Essays]

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The Thrill Of The Hunt

- It was a chilly, wind gusting day. Sitting in the dark waiting for the thrill of a lifetime to arrive. I can hear something crunching the leaves, walking right down the steep hillside. All I can think about is the deer that could be heading my way. That was the moment before the big buck, it was exhilarating to me because of my family tradition, the thrill of the hunt, and the reward I was about to take. Many traditions take place often, but mine only happens once month out of a year, November....   [tags: Deer, Hunting, Deer hunting]

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The, The And Witch Hunt

- ... and the methods through which the term “illegals” and “criminal” have targeted the latino community. Part I: History The Mexican-American War laid the foundation for much of the racial discrimination the latino immigration community currently faces. Manifest destiny became the cornerstone for many territorial takeover in early American history. This manifest was the belief that the U.S. was entitled- by God- to take over as much land as possible, but this God given doctrine immensely reduced the quality of life for the native individuals whose lands were stolen (Desmond and Emirbayer;Molina; Class Notes)....   [tags: Immigration to the United States, United States]

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Status Changes Everything in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

- It’s always fun going after someone that you can’t have. In Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, Caroline Bingley likes Mr. Darcy and knows he won’t like her, but she still continues to flirt and go after him. In the poem Whoso List to Hunt, written by Sir Thomas Wyatt, Wyatt wants Anne Boleyn and knows he can’t have her, but still thinks it’s fun to go after her. In the movie The Importance of Being Earnest, Gwendolen’s mother, Lady Bracknell won’t let Jack get married to Gwendolen, but he goes after her anyway....   [tags: Caroline Bingley, Mr. Darcy]

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The Importance Of Pursuing Love Is No Different Than Hunting A Deer

- ... As a result, this pause provides the speaker time to reflect on his stance toward the hunt; the speaker returns from this contemplation resolved to no longer chase the deer. Thus, the poet captures the speaker’s uncertainty by providing the speaker time to question whether to hunt the deer or not. Following the statement above, the speaker’s advice begins with him confessing to the audience the effects the hunt had on him. This provides a reason to the hunters that wonder why the speaker gives up the location of a deer....   [tags: Deer, Hunting, Sonnet, Poetry]

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Social Media And The Post College Job Hunt

- Due to the internet’s explosive growth within the past few decades, it is far more simple to find someone with a social media profile rather than without. A few years ago, many would have found the idea of ones potential boss searching through their online profile to discover who that person is when not in an interview ridiculous. This is a fact that every individual leaving college and looking for a job in his field needs to take into consideration. Social media is no longer just a platform to catch up with old friends and share cute cat photos....   [tags: Employment, Sociology, The Work, Friendship]

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How Has Homophobia Become a Witch Hunt?

- According to Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary, homophobia is the irrational fear of, aversion to, or discrimination against homosexuality or homosexuals. Much like a witch hunt, homophobia targets and seeks out individuals, gay or straight, and persecutes them based on ignorance, and further more if one cannot provide solid proof of his or her innocence. (Hughes) It is the fuel behind many hate crimes and discrimination. Some claim that homosexuality is a disease. If this statement is true, couldn’t we all simply begin to call in “queer” to work and school when we won’t be present....   [tags: Homosexuality ]

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Love Is Not The Matter Of Insufficiency Of Language

- Introduction: Although, people might say out of emotions that their feelings are so intense that they cannot be expressed in words. Because of the same emotion, people may say that love cannot be described by words. It is evident that the language has proved to be sufficient enough to not only analyze, dissect or explain the feelings of love from so many angles, but also the chemical reactions happening in the body when somebody is in love. Subversions of conventions of love is not the matter of insufficiency of language but a matter of how a poet experiences love or how a poet chooses to express those experiences....   [tags: Poetry, Sonnet, Great Depression, Love]

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Why the Makah Indians Hunt Whales

- Why the Makah Indians hunt whales: “Whales provide us with the food for our bodies, bones for our tools and implements and spirits for our souls.” “We haven’t hunted the whale for 70 years but have hunted them in our hearts and in our minds.” “Whales are a central focus of our culture today as they have been from the beginning of time.” This has been a tradition of the Makah Indians for more than 2000 years. They had to stop in 1926 due to the scarcity of gray whales. But their abundance now makes it possible to resume their ancient practice of the hunt....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Metaphor of “The Hunt” in “Monologue for an Onion”

- The concept of the hunt in “Monologue for an Onion” is essential to understanding the poem’s commentary on human desire and failure to comprehend the intricacies of life. The heart, skin, and secret core are the three concepts attached to the idea of the hunt that humanity is on. They each contribute a vital piece to understanding just why the Onion is suggesting that humanity is flawed when it comes to their pursuit of happiness and finding life’s true meaning. The heart symbolizes both what is beautiful about the Onion and what is beautiful about humanity....   [tags: Literary Analysis]

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The Hunt in the State of Illinois

- It’s a brisk November morning like any other day ,but today isn’t any other day, today is the first day of firearm deer season. Shots are going off all around me like world war three declared on deer. I’m wrapped in every hunting garment we own but winters cold embrace always finds its way in. My cheeks are rosy red and my breath was thick in the air. The only sound is the leaves crunching beneath my feet and the sudden beats of my heart pounding out of my chest with excitement of the sound of my shotgun still ringing my ears....   [tags: permits and policies]

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Artemis, The Goddess of the Hunt

- Artemis is known as the Greek goddess of the hunt, wilderness and fertility. She had gained these abilities form her father, Zeus, when she was just three years old. Artemis had asked her father for six wishes. These wishes include being an eternal virgin, to never marry, hunting dogs to aid her in the hunt, a bow and arrows, eighty hunting nymphs to assist her in the wild, and lastly, deer to lead her chariot (godsandgoddess.com). Her father granted her these wishes which is one of the major reasons her hunting skills were as great as they were....   [tags: wilderness, virgin, protector]

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The Hunt For Osama Bin Laden

- The hunt for Osama Bin Laden is indeed arguably one of the most compelling manhunt episodes of our time. In the wake of his killing, journalism was left with the task of shaping the story. It needed to be effectively communicated with the many people who had long anticipated this victory. Each account owns its delivery through unique perspective. In the same way, consumers take in the story from various vantage points, creating an unspoken competition for storytellers. If I were forced to pick only one account (from the 5 provided) upon which I would rely for coverage, The Hunt from the Washington Post(WP) would be the winner of said competition, and Behind The Hunt For Bin Laden by The New...   [tags: Osama bin Laden, Al-Qaeda, September 11 attacks]

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The Change From Hunt On The World

- Now, people can go any cities in the world and meet with their friends in a few days, or they can contact with their friends immediately through internet, which sounds impossible in the past.Today, our society is not only building on population but also on technology, and that is what we call modern society. Back to 12thousand years,there are less than 5milion humans in the world. At that time,people live in caves , and they spend the majority of their time on hunting or gathering food. As a result for it, people have little kinds of entertainment comparing with today’s, which includes dancing and singing....   [tags: Incandescent light bulb, Thomas Edison]

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Analysis Of Hunt And Gather Truth

- “To Hunt and Gather Truth” Some of the most interesting and admittedly frustrating discussions in my high school literature classes ensue when I ask what a particular text means. The first step in this of course is comprehension; we don’t know what a text means if we don’t know what it says. And even here we can run into some trouble. Not long ago a student of mine quite enthusiastically defended her interpretation of a poem and insisted that poems can have more than one correct interpretation....   [tags: Meaning of life, High school, Marriage]

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I Do Not Hunt For Horns

- ... The slight walk from the truck to the fence, we needed to cross to get into the field, was loud, the amount of dried leaves and branches, cracking and crunching, below our feet were innumerable. At the edge of the field, we had a rusty, wobbly, five strand fence to cross. The rifles were safely handed across the fence to me, after squeezing through the barbed wire. Curtis quickly followed, dripping with anticipation of the imminent kill. His desire to not be outdone at his favorite sport was fueling his goal to kill the biggest trophy of the season, more importantly he did not want out hunted by a girl....   [tags: Hunting, Deer, Deer hunting, Elk]

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The Hunt for Jack the Ripper

- The East End of Whitechapel, London, England will forever be frozen in history nation wide due to the horrifying murders and mutilations of five British prostitutes. The homicides committed by self proclaimed ‘Jack the Ripper’ have remained unsolved since the slaughter began in August 1888. The true identity of the killer has yet to be exposed. This fact creates much controversy for the people of England. During the past 126 years the search has been relentless, but the lack of evidence has led criminologists to the same dead end street....   [tags: rubinstein, whitechapel ]

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If You Hunt Whitetail Deer

- If you hunt whitetail deer with a bow you know just how difficult it can be to just lay eyes on a mature buck let alone harvest one. There is nothing better than time afield for honing the skills to consistently harvest mature deer but articles like this one can help you understand what your are experiencing in the woods. Mature whitetails, bucks as well as does, may act a little differently than younger deer and if you want to target mature whitetails you must approach your scouting as well as hunting a little differently as well....   [tags: White-tailed deer, Hunting, Deer, Mule deer]

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The Plains Bison Hunt

- Introduction The Red River Métis began their organised bison hunts soon after 1820 (Gerhard, 1982). The hunts did not take long to become a major part of the Métis culture and heritage. This would end up being a major source of income for many decades. As the ice age glaciers started to melt, the bison and other animals started moving onto the plains, the Métis then used this migration to their advantage and started hunting them (Gerhard, 1982). Some First Nations, particularly the Dakota and Assiniboine, relied primarily on the bison, utilizing every part of the body and carcass (Gerhard, 1982)....   [tags: Ecology]

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The Great Witch Hunt

- Humanity had gone through a number of challenges that tested our beliefs and morals throughout history. In 1692, our humanity was tested in a significant manner when the Great Salem Witch Hunt erupted on the puritans of colonial America. Fear spread among the people and the drive to get rid of the bad was strong, causing many innocent people to be killed. These type of events repeats itself throughout the course of time. It is as if we humans are oppressed for a certain amount of decades and then once fear takes root in our society, we act harshly upon it, as if releasing emotions of desire for personal freedom....   [tags: Salem, Massachussets witch trials]

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How do Sharks Hunt?

- ABSRACT This research report is a brief explanation on how one of nature’s apex predators, the shark, and how the way sharks hunt and track down their prey. The hunting process for sharks will be explained in sequencing order starting from how sharks sense their prey, to how the way sharks stalk their prey, and what happens when sharks capture their prey. Also a brief explanation will be discussed about how two peculiar species of sharks, Hammer head sharks and Long nose saw sharks, about their body shape, their diet plan, and how the way their unique attribute and how the way they use this attribute to help these two breeds in their hunting game....   [tags: maritime biology, oceanography]

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The Roman Witch Hunt

- There is almost no question that the lifeblood of the Roman state was war, and that the decisions made by Roman politicians were usually in the interest of keeping this blood flowing. Through all of the endless warfare Rome managed to conquer most of the territory surrounding the Mediterranean Sea, and ruled most of this large swath of land by the proxy of co-opted local elites. Therefore it is difficult to imagine how Rome managed to keep its citizenry in check without instilling a powerful sense of fear in them....   [tags: Senatus Consultum de Bacchanalibus]

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The List is Life: Oskar Schindler

- “Whoever saves a single life, it is as if he had saved the whole world” (Rodkinson) These words, as spelled out in the Babylonian Talmud, signify a people’s tradition; a people with a history of persecution. Undeniably, the persecution experienced by the Jewish people has helped to shape the perception of humanity and the approach to racism, bigotry, and intolerance. Movies about the Holocaust can teach us about intolerance and the psychology of man which both fueled the atrocities that occurred during World War II....   [tags: holocaust, hope and identity, jews]

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Schindler's List Is of Use to Historians

- Creative works are of use to historian - Gabriel Beron Creative works are of use to historians to a large extent. However there is a fraction that is not completely historically accurate but simply made for the enjoyment of the audience. Schindler’s List is a film based on Oskar Schindler’s fight to save Jews during the Holocaust. Whether the film is historically accurate is determined by background information that can confirm how precise this film is. The main factors of this film were the protagonist Oskar Schindler and his transformation from a pro-Nazi to a Jewish sympathiser, Amon Goeth who is a Nazi officer in charge of the camp at Płaszów and his psychopathic routines and attitudes t...   [tags: Oskar Schindler, film, Nazi, Jews]

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List Of Specific Resource On The Internet

- ... Indeed, the domain name is describing your apartment about which floor you are living in that building and which room you are currently staying. It is just like the GPS locator on the Internet. URL is very critical part for a web site, which could definitely affect the participation on the web page. Simply thinking, if the URL could not exactly identify the address to the web-based source on the Internet, there is no way that people get to that site page. It seems like that if you give the wrong shipping address; you would barely receive your package in certain days....   [tags: World Wide Web, Internet, Domain name, Web page]

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Summary of the Film, Schindler's List

- The film begins in 1939 with the German-initiated relocation of Polish Jews from surrounding areas to the Kraków Ghetto shortly after the beginning of World War II. Meanwhile, Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson), an ethnic German businessman from Moravia, arrives in the city in hopes of making his fortune as a war profiteer. Schindler, a member of the Nazi Party, lavishes bribes upon the Wehrmacht and SS officials in charge of procurement. Sponsored by the military, Schindler acquires a factory for the production of army mess kits....   [tags: movies]

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The Bucket List : Psychological Theory

- Two men, opposites but the same, complete strangers until fate lands them in the same hospital room. Little did they know that they had a common need to come to terms with who they are and what they had actually done in their lives. In an effort to fulfil these desires, they venture out into the world with the hope of completing a bucket list. A psychological theory is a fact based framework used to provide a model for understanding human thoughts, emotions and behaviours. You may be thinking, “how is this of any relevance to my life?” However, the truth is, psychological theories propose, explain and predict various aspects of human behaviour which contributes to our knowledge base of the h...   [tags: Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Psychology]

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Problems With the No-Serve List

- News of a “no-serve” list in Madison is spreading like wildfire, and the feedback is very diverse. There are people who agree completely with this list and others who think this is just another burden to be put on people in the Madison area. Sure there are those chronic, problem-causing alcoholics that the Mayor and some Madison Aldermen are looking to punish, but is it punishing they really need. Or can this problem be solved some other way. This “no-serve” list was originally proposed by Mayor of Madison, Dave Cieslewicz, and Madison Alderman, Michael Schumacher....   [tags: Persuasive Paper]

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List And Narrative Of Writing

- ... A common connection between the reader of the list and the list itself is an emotional attachment. The telephone book shows that although it is a list, not many will be emotionally connected to most of the names; however if it was a list of world war names and the date of death, the reader is suddenly imagining who these people where, what were they experiencing and are transported to a new narrative. An event, in this case the views and thoughts on war, is the shift needed to change a reader from not being emotionally involved to being moved by the narrative; giving the list it’s meaning as a narrative....   [tags: Meaning of life, The Reader, Narrative, Reader]

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Sensitive List and Chinese Censorship

- My project is an artistic book of illustrations that I have titled Sensitive List. To better understand my project, it is important to know about the cultural background as well as about the political and historical frameworks under which this project was conceived. Born and raised in China, I have grown up in a climate of strict political censorship and limited personal freedoms. One of the most chilling aspects of my culture is the government-generated “sensitive list”. Essentially, this list is comprised of over one thousand words - like “democracy” and “freedom” – which the Chinese government has banned its populace from using publicly....   [tags: chinese rulers, freedom]

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Helen Hunt

- Biographical Summary Helen Maria Fiske Hunt Jackson was born on October 14, 1830 in Amherst, Massachusetts. Later, she decided to go by Helen Hunt Jackson when married a second time. She was the daughter of Nathan Wiley Fiske and Deborah Vinal Fiske. “Her father was a Congregational clergyman and a professor of philosophy and language at Amherst College who brought his children up under strict Calvinistic authority and her mother Deborah was a quiet, demure woman” (Cormack). Both parents did not have much influence on her and neither did they show her much affection; when she needed friendship and companionship she would turn to her good friend Emily Dickinson (Cormack)....   [tags: biography, Ramona]

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Oskar Schindler and Schindler's List

- The Jewish Holocaust was a tragic event in world history. The containment and extermination of the Jews and other minority groups began on January 30, 1933 and lasted until May 8, 1945. During this horrific period in time millions of lives were lost. The Jewish community alone lost nearly a million people per year. In total throughout all of Europe sixty-three percent of the Jewish population was estimated to have been killed (Rutgers University). That's a total of 5,962,129 Jews....   [tags: The Holocaust]

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List Of Leadership And Leadership

- ... Tradition is a very big part of Utah State. One of the many traditions it has it… Why do you want to be a part of President’s Cabinet. President’s Cabinet to me tells me that I can have a voice. As a freshman it is extremely hard to be heard, and as a member of president’s cabinet I would be able to associate with the president of the school and also with other students who want to accomplish the same goals. I want to be able to help with the student body of Utah State. What expectations or goals would you have as a member of President’s Cabinet....   [tags: High school, College, Middle school, University]

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List The Skills The Student

- ... BRIEFLY DESCRIBE HOW THEY WERE USED EFFECTIVELY. SOLER- in my interview I used SOLER well. I demonstrated SOLER with my body language. I faced my client with open body language to let her know I was open to listen to everything she had to say. I also used a gentle tone when interviewing to come across as unthreatening and welcoming to the client. I also used head nods, and hand movements as a way to show that I was engaged with what the client has to say. Open Questions- I was good at coming up with open questions to ask....   [tags: Sentence, Question, Interrogative word]

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The List Of Ib Traits

- The list of IB traits involve terms that a successful student should learn to adapt throughout their school years. Traits such as caring, risk-taker, open-minded, and balanced relate more to one’s personal life than traits like knowledgeable, thinker, reflective, principled, inquirer, and communicator which are more focused on the academic portion of one’s life. Although not everyone will begin the program with all these traits in their pocket, all students should grow and adapt towards new possibilities and a new personality than originally....   [tags: Knowledge, Learning, Risk, Understanding]

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Character List Of ' Blanche

- ... Beer is seen throughout the play the most, one of the many example of the usage of beer is "carefully pouring herself a drink". (1782) The usage of cigarettes is also very common "Stanley looks a little uncomfortable. He lights a cigarette from the one he has just finished."(1823) . The usage of jewelry is "Then he jerks pen a small drawer in the trunk and pulls up a fistful of costume jewelry." (1791) The photograph catches Blanches attention a lot in the beginning acts such as "She picks up Stanley 's photo from the dressing table, looks at it puts it down"....   [tags: Blanche DuBois, Stanley Kowalski, Stella Kowalski]

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Hate List Reading Reflection

- In the novel Hate List Valerie Leftman starts dating a guy named Nick, she feels that he makes her whole life better and she loves how he helps her by distracting her from her parents struggling marriage. One day after being called mean names repeatedly she decides she is going to start a hate list, this list consists of people and things she absolutely hate. When Nick sees it he starts helping her put names on it, soon all Nick and Valerie are talking about is the list and how they want those people dead....   [tags: Jennifer Brown novel, character analysis]

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Personal Narrative: The List

- The air hung around them, tensed and quiet. The fragility of her emotion was threatening to shatter. It is as if that time stood still for her. She fingered the brim of her notebook, nervously and took notice of the cup of coffee on her side. Controlling the sudden urged to drown the caffeine all at once; she carefully picked the cup and warily sipped its content. It had long been cold, and her tongue appreciated that fact. She took a deep breath as the man in front of her waited for her answer....   [tags: cafe, shikamaru ]

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European Witch Hunt

- The epoch of Medieval European history concerning the vast and complicated witch hunts spanning from 1450 to 1750 is demonstrative of the socioeconomic, religious, and cultural changes that were occurring within a population that was unprepared for the reconstruction of society. Though numerous conclusions concerning the witch trials, why they occurred, and who was prosecuted have been founded within agreement there remains interpretations that expand on the central beliefs. Through examining multiple arguments a greater understanding of this period can be observed as there remains a staggering amount of catalysts and consequences that emerged....   [tags: European History ]

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Acronym Scavenger Hunt

- CERCLA stands for the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act, or more commonly known as the Superfund. The Superfund created a tax on the chemical and petroleum industries and provided broad Federal authority to respond directly to releases or threatened releases of hazardous substances that may endanger public health or the environment, and was enacted by Congress on December 11, 1980. On October 17, 1986 CERCLA was amended by the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA)....   [tags: Language ]

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The Historical Witch Hunt Research Paper

- ... It is when a person’s immune system is too weak to fight off infections, and develops when the HIV infection is very advanced. AIDS/HIV was first recognized as a new disease in the US when clinicians in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco began to see young, homosexual men with Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP) and Kaposi 's sarcoma (KS), unusual diseases for young adults which were not known to be immunosuppressed. These discoveries led to increased fear throughout the US since many people didn’t know what caused AIDS, how it could be contracted, or even what to call it....   [tags: AIDS, HIV, Immune system, Immunodeficiency]

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Why Do Hunters Hunt Today?

- In today’s society, several people have a misconception about hunting. These people feel that hunters just kill the animals for fun and for sport. There are some people who do hunt for sport but a majority of hunters hunt for food. What the skeptics don’t know about hunters is that we treat the animals with moral values. We respect the animals and never allow any of the body parts to go to waste. There are also many ways we have evolved in the ways of hunting from back in the middle ages to today....   [tags: food, values, respect, animals]

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Children in the Woods and Why I Hunt

- In the essay “Children in the Woods”, Barry Lopez discusses how he encourages children to take an interest in wildlife and nature conservation. His methods include taking children on walking tours through forests while prompting them to make observations. Lopez places special emphasis on the abundance of knowledge that can be gained through observation. Lopez emboldens children to use their imaginations while discovering nature instead of relying on the author’s “encyclopedic knowledge” (Lopez 735)....   [tags: wildlife, nature conservation, Barry Lopez]

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Cold War in The Hunt for Red October

- ... The protagonist of the movie is Jack Ryan, a CIA analyst who studied Marko Ramius and understood he was trying to defect. Ryan has to come up with a way to contact Ramius so that the sub may stay intact. B. four main actors and characters Sean Connery played Marko Ramius Alec Baldwin played Jack Ryan James Earl Jones played Admiral Greer Tim Curry played Dr. Yevgeniy Petrov C. 5-10 facts (2-4 mistakes) 1. When Captain Ramius says “You speak Russian” to Jack Ryan, he said it in English though he was supposed to be in Russian....   [tags: soviets, sonar, submarien]

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Advocacy For The Clay Hunt Sav Act

- ... NCHV 's advocacy has strengthened and increased funding for virtually every federal homeless veteran assistance program in existence today.” Rubin (2012), reiterates the importance of helping veterans transition to civilian life in preventing homelessness and rehabilitating those who are homeless. Jobs are important in this prevention strategy as well. I can say from experience that some veterans come home and have trouble finding their “mission”. They fall through the cracks unless they can secure adequate employment that fulfills a sense of duty in community and life....   [tags: Ethics, Social work, Sociology, Psychotherapy]

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Phillipa's Fox Hunt by Somerville Ross

- The story by Somerville Ross, “Philippa’s Fox Hunt” was set in Ireland. A recently married couple Mr. and Mrs. Yeates were featured adapting to a new environment. The new place was characterized by new social activities that were not common in their previous residence. They had to learn new skills such as riding horses and hunting. Mr. Yeates who narrated the story described his life after marriage and how events had shaped his marriage. At the very beginning I was able to pick an element of symbolism; a newly married couple will naturally start a new life and similarly in the story the couple ventured into a new society where almost everything was new just in the same way when two people ge...   [tags: Analysis, Setting, Theme]

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Helen Hunt Jackson 's Ramona

- As you have seen, the feminist movement in America began with women writers, women who took a stance through their writing to make a change. Political upheavals, such as this one allow me to witness women’s resistance and resilience. Yet, it is only through their writings that I come to realize the importance of their contributions in shaping the political landscape, which was a stepping stone towards forming consciousness of women’s equality, and has ultimately inspired revisions to societal norms that connect past, present and future women....   [tags: Woman, Gender role, Hillary Rodham Clinton]

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Health Issue of Female Genital Cutting

- ... There must be quality of care, and access to preventive care and effective referral systems. All health care participants should coordinate health care at the international, national, and departmental levels. There should be international cooperation in the control of infectious diseases, distribution of health findings, and international regulatory plans. Participants must cover balances between resources and rights conflicts and should fairly resolve by considering the viewpoint of the least powerful participant....   [tags: Hunt and Backman article analysis]

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Schindler's List

- The Holocaust was a time of horrible cruelty. Millions of people were forced into atrocious conditions and suffered unspeakable treatment. They were treated worse than cattle, losing their identity. The German people after the war also lost their individual identities. Even though most of the population had no idea what was going on, they were blamed and stereotyped as monsters for the actions of a small group. Schindler’s List (1993), directed by Steven Spielberg, tells the story of Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson) who was different than the Nazi party, saving thousands of Jews from slaughter during the Holocaust and giving them back their identities....   [tags: Spielberg, cinematography, Holocaust]

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The Deer Hunt

- It is 5:30am on opening morning of deer hunting season and my alarm explodes into a racket that would wake an army. I roll out of bed and rub the sleep from my eyes. I only slept six hours last night because my family and I were preparing for the hunt, getting the guns ready, laying out a clothes-man, everything. As I throw some pants on, the smell of fresh pancakes wakes me up. It is at this time I realize the season is upon us. Since January I have been waiting for this day to come, today begins the annual nine day season that brings our family together each November....   [tags: Observation Essays, Descriptive Essays]

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The Poetry of Sir Thomas Wyatt

- Sir Thomas Wyatt was born in the year 1503. The son of Sir Henry Wyatt and Anne Skinner, he went on to attend St. John’s College in Cambridge. He first took a place in the court of King Henry VIII in 1516. In the year 1520 he was married to Elizabeth Brooke at the age of seventeen. His son, of the same name, was born in the year 1521. Wyatt’s marriage to Elizabeth was miserable and the couple is believed to have been “estranged by the second half of the 1520s” (Burrow). Thomas Wyatt and Elizabeth Brooke were separated in 1525 when Wyatt accused his wife of adultery....   [tags: poems]

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National Honour List

- National Award. Why's Ibori's Name Not Included. The National Honour award in Nigerian is the assemblage and advertisement of the rejects in our society and a showcase of the 'gangster's paradise' community, yonder. You get the same depressing sense of sickness every time you encounter a pastor flying in private airplane while ghetto people and their children who pay his bills via offering, live in stark poverty. If you gather our National honour winners and pastors who spend the thrift of their congregations for self-serving interests, you get a perfect tribe of Biblical Sodom and Gomorrah people in Nigeria....   [tags: Politics ]

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Death's Waiting List

- In “Death’s Waiting List”, Sally Satel presents a strong and compelling argument for the implementation of changes to the organ donation system. The author addresses a shortage of organ donations due to the current donation system in the United States, which puts stipulations on the conditions surrounding the donation. She provides ideas to positively affect the system and increase organ donations. Satel starts her essay with an appeal to emotion, detailing the shortage of organ transplants and the deaths that result....   [tags: Literature]

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The Rationale For The Sociology Of Religion Reading List

- ... Second, how can religion be studied sociologically, what are the main methods and approaches to study religion within sociology, how we can measure religiosity or what are the main components of religious identity. Third, what is the social role of religion in human life. Fourth, how does the historical transition from pre-modern to modern or postmodern societies affect the strength, visibility and nature of religion. What are the consequences/influences of modernity on secularization process....   [tags: Religion, Sociology of religion, Secularization]

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The Rights Of A Corporation And A Separate List Of The Responsibilities

- ... It is only obvious to conclude that US Law is lacking in enforcement of corporate responsibilities. To continue, this outcome only could be attributed to the notion that people in charge of the corporation are trying to distance themselves from liability and responsibility of decision making. To elaborate, (“[Companies] cannot commit treason, nor be outlawed or excommunicated, for they have no souls”(Zeller, 2011)). If this comment by Sir Edward Coke is true, it only means that all mischievous activity by persons in charge of the corporation could be dumped onto a corporation thus releasing the persons in charge of all and any consequences....   [tags: Communism, Marxism, Communist state, Law]

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Death's Waiting List by Sally Satel

- Critique for “Death’s Waiting List” by Sally Satel After her diagnosis of chronic kidney failure in 2004, psychiatrist Sally Satel lingered in the uncertainty of transplant lists for an entire year, until she finally fell into luck, and received her long-awaited kidney. “Death’s Waiting List”, published on the 5th of May 2006, was the aftermath of Satel’s dreadful experience. The article presents a crucial argument against the current transplant list systems and offers alternative solutions that may or may not be of practicality and reason....   [tags: critique, organ transplants]

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Why Fatherlessness Is Right At The Top Of The List

- ... Not only are they 10X more likely to abuse chemical substances, but 71% of all adolescent substance abusers come from a fatherless home. Data also shows that children from fatherless homes have lower a lower educational achievement than those who come from 2 parent homes. When looking at the Educational achievement of children ages 13-18 who have lived without a father the results show a stark contrast than those who do live with a father. The grade point averages are much higher in the children who have always lived with both parents....   [tags: Family, Father, Divorce, Mother]

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Effect of List Position on Free Recall

- In our daily lives, we constantly try to store and retrieve information from our memory. Sometimes the retrieval process is quite simple, while other times it seems to be almost impossible. An experiment was done to investigate the effect of list position on free recall. The serial position effect refers to the U-shaped pattern presentation on a free recall task. The accuracy of item recall depends on the order that the stimulus is presented. The serial position curve is an example of how the recency and primacy effect appears to have influence on recall....   [tags: Memory]

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Possible Locations for Ultrasound Procedures, A list

- General description: A noninvasive, diagnostic procedure that does not use radiation and does not harm the patient. With an ultrasound you are able to determine any abnormalities or use it a diagnostic tool. For each of the locations below there are certain guidelines for each. As mentioned above an ultrasound uses no radiation, which is a huge benefit to the patient. Listed below each of the locations are the interfering factors. Locations There are several different locations of ultrasound procedures....   [tags: arteries, patient, placement]

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List Of Gender Stereotypes : Health Guidance

- Brewer, Holly. "List of Gender Stereotypes." Health Guidance. HealthGuidance.org. Web. 5 Oct. 2015. This source speaks briefly about gender stereotypes and what they are, before listing many common stereotypes for both males and females. This information will help me when I create the quiz for my project, because I will have an abundance of stereotypes to choose form. This source seems reliable, and rather unbiased, which makes it more useful. Campbell, Patricia. "Girls Are ... Boys Are ..." U.S....   [tags: Gender, Sexism, Stereotype, Bias]

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What I Have A Bucket List

- My aunt who just turned 77 has a bucket list and has completed some of it. I actually helped her complete one of the items on her bucket list and lent moral support for another. So I am thinking should I have a bucket list. What would be on my bucket list. What does it mean if I don’t have a bucket. I had a lot of fun helping my aunt over her birthday weekend. Maybe I really should get one of those bucket list things. The thunder was so loud it woke me up at 3:30 am and my alarm was set for 4:00 am....   [tags: English-language films, American films, Water]

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Lesson From History: Schindler's List

- Steven Spielberg’s movie Schindler’s List applies to the literary criticism, New Historicism. In many instances, this film portrays historical accuracies. The film compares to World War II history. Adolf Hitler’s extraordinary political power shows in this film. His corrupt and evil leadership and his actions and decisions cannot be rationalized or justified under any political power. Schindler’s List recovers history of a specific World War II place and portrays real events. The Jews, singled out and forced into labor camps, demonstrate a social class conflict, a Marxism criticism....   [tags: Film Review]

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Creating My Personal Bucket List

- Mark Victor Hansen, co-author of the “Chicken Soup for the Soul” series, said “By recording your dreams and goals on paper, you set in motion the process of becoming the person you most want to be.” Hansen, also known as America’s Ambassador of Possibility, has achieved his lifelong goals, such as creating a foundation in his name dedicated to helping young people to turn their entrepreneurial dreams into realities. From a young age, Hansen realized his goals and that allowed him to be able to achieve them....   [tags: travel, dive, nice, stranger]

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Schindler 's List Critical Essay

- ... Spielberg’s movie magic all help to contribute to Schindler’s fundamental character arc, by establishing his character we see where Schindler has started from on his journey and simultaneously we begin to root for him from the beginning making the gradual revelation and character progression something to appreciate even more. STERN MEETING: Further, on into the film, Spielberg introduces the intellectual, community-man Itzhak Stern in a tense meeting between Oskar Schindler and Stern. Oskar requiring Itzhak’s connections with Jewish industrialists and investors comes to Itzhak offering a business venture....   [tags: The Holocaust, Nazi Germany, Oskar Schindler]

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America's To-Do-List: #1-Fix Education

- ... Parents and lawmakers must work harder to improve teacher pay and maintain high teaching standards so that students can be properly prepared for college and beyond. Half of all New York teachers have a second job to support themselves (Barber 123). As explained in Diane Ravitch's article, “American Schools in CRISIS,” educators are provided with little job security under Bush's No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and Obama's Race to the Top educational reform initiatives; where teachers can be fired based on poor standardized test scores from their students (50)....   [tags: public education system]

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