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Descriptive Essay : Antique Rocking Chair

- Not Selected Antique Rocking Chair (10) The Rocking Chair belonged to your paternal grandmother’s maternal grandfather, Anton Peterson. The chair was in use during my childhood in the home of my grandparents, Bill and Clara Swanson, after which it passed to my parents and then to me. My best estimation of the origins of the rocking chair is that Anton purchased the chair either during the time period that he lived with his daughter, Clara, and son-in-law, Willie (Bill), on a farm in Peaceful Valley, from 1914 until 1921, or shortly after they acquired and moved into the large house in Harris immediately following their residency on the farm....   [tags: Family, Grandparent, Chair, Mother]

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Designer Charles Eames' Design Icon: The Eames Chair

- The Eames chair designed by Charles Eames in 1955. Charles Eames was born in 1907 and dies in 1978, the Eames chair was named after the designer itself it took 80 years for prototype. Eames was best known as the designer responsible for many classic iconic designs of the 20th century, Eames was born in St Louis, Missouri and studied architecture at Washington University, he got married in 1941 and moved to California to set up a ground breaking design studio. The chair was design for exterior use however it became very popular as an office chair....   [tags: home decor, Designer, Charles Eames, Eames Chair, ]

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The 670 Eames Lounge Chair

- In 1956, the 670 Eames Lounge Chair together with its ottoman made a debut on the Home show hosted by Arlene Francis on NBC. Designed by Charles & Ray Eames, the then new masterpiece was said to be the ‘modernised version of the old English club chair’ which later became a true design icon of the 20th Century. History of 670 Eames Lounge Chair Charles & Ray Eames, a prolific duo well known for their objective to design furniture for mass production and retailed at affordable cost came up with one of the most unique seating collection during their time....   [tags: History, Influence on Past]

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A Lion in the CEO’s Chair

- The workforce place is an aggressive environment. It can be anywhere from five to hundreds of people applying for the same job, however only one gets the position. The jungle is also an aggressive place. There can only be one specie at the top of the food chain. Charles Darwin’s theory, Survival of the Fittest, can be applied to both the jungle and the workforce. While the workforce and the jungle are looked at as two completely, it is not absurd to say that they both share the same hierarchal food chain....   [tags: workplace, hierarchy, partner]

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My Experience At The Dental Chair

- I have spent the last few years of my career trying everything in my power not to listen to my inner voice. I finally decided to embrace it and surrender to the fact that my life mission belongs beyond the scope of my 4 operatory walls and the safe haven of my daily practice of clinicial dentistry. As a dentist for the past 9 years, remaining in my thriving referral based dental practice, earning a healthy living in a highly regarded group practice would have been the comfortable, easy route. Each day I was surrounded in supportive familiar faces, working the hours I chose and utilizing a skill that I excelled at....   [tags: Dentistry, Dental surgery, Dental assistant]

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My Adventures in My Blue Chair

- The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.” -Albert Einstein I’m a born wanderer. A rather untraditional wanderer considering that I spend the majority of my time sitting in the same blue fold out chair, located in the center of the room whose walls I’ve seen so often that I could recite every pattern, light, fixture, outlet, detail, and obstructed surface, to an audience of inattentive listeners in the form of a lengthy narrative, with an all inclusive originally composed background soundtrack....   [tags: personal narrative]

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The Day Of The Barber 's Chair Trembling

- It is 7 A.M. and I see my brother sitting in the barber’s chair trembling from absolute nervousness. His hands started to spaz and he began to feel the butterflies moving around in his stomach. Suddenly he began to reminisce with us on the countless nights spent staying up making invitations, and organizing what could be the most memorable day in his life. The excitement is almost unbearable, if only time can speed up to see the love of his life walking down that aisle with her hair let loose and curls brushing her shoulders....   [tags: Marriage, Arranged marriage, Love, Engagement]

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The Chippendale Chair

- In " Circles and Lines " historian John Demos writes about the shape of life across the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries covering a traditional, a transition and a more modern time period. Demos traces change through these time periods and asserts the use of a mid 18th century Philadelphia Chippendale chair to demonstrate the transition of American life from circular to linear. According to Demos, the consumer revolution offered choices for those who could afford the Philadelphia Chippendale chair....   [tags: American History]

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The Electric Chair is Fair Punishment

- This topic is a very controversial one. The paper you are about to read could cause intense arguments between some groups of people. All that doesn’t matter to me because when you finish reading this, you will agree with me if you don’t already. First off, many people consider the electric chair cruel and unusual punishment. What I don’t get is that people think this even though in order to be eligible to get sentenced to the electric chair, they have to be proven guilty of killing someone. Don’t you think that is cruel and unusual punishment....   [tags: Death Penalty, Capital Punishment]

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Death Penalty and Electric Chair

- When Moran writes that he aims “to demonstrate how our most cherished social values can be manipulated to serve pecuniary interests: the way in which public policy is affected by behind-the-scenes maneuvering of powerful and often ruthless business interests,” I think he is talking solely about the death penalty (xviii). There are various aspects within the death penalty that make it a much more dynamic issue. Throughout his book, Moran writes about the inhumanity of the death penalty, including the barbaric methods and public spectacle of the act prior to William Kemmler, and most importantly, the safety and efficacy of direct current versus alternating current in the eventually prefe...   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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