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What Exactly is Google Glass?

- Google Glass is one of the modern technologies that has been developed now a days in the world to include and help us in information technology, one which displays information through numerous screen and information related to this condition and weather information relating to the current and also the place where you can watch movies. As well as through it will be possible to view maps. It is also invented with a camera allows image capture, and through them will also be possible to make video calls and conversations and chat with friends as well as send e-mail through the phonetic spelling also provide you with information a...   [tags: the latest in communication technology]

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Power and Manipulation in The Ladies Paradise

- Power and Manipulation in The Ladies Paradise As the world has grown throughout the centuries, females have generally been under the domination of males. This remained culturally entrenched until the late nineteenth century, when women began to appear in public more often and also began to join alongside men in the work force. In the network of employees and employers in the emerging institution of the Parisian department store, men and women depended on each other for survival in the workplace....   [tags: Papers]

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William Shakespeare 's Hamlet And Rosencrantz

- The Entanglement The interconnectedness of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Tom Stoppard’s play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead extends the identities of the characters. While Hamlet gives a limited view of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, the opposite is true for Stoppard’s play. Hamlet and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead contain similar themes, and Stoppard’s play presents a new perspective to the one-sided story. The common themes of fate and chance, and uncertainty and meaninglessness are compared between the two plays....   [tags: Hamlet, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead]

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Analysis Of The Book ' The Boat ' By Alistair Macleod

- The reading of “The Boat” by Alistair Macleod, and “Simple Recipes” by Madeleine Thein, both display many components that draw attention to different family dynamics, as well as how each member is tested when if comes to love. The reading of “The Boat” by Alistair Macleod is an interesting and sad story that displays many elements figuratively and literally. The first figurative element is the boat. At a literal perspective, the boat is used for fishing and boat rides, although these are not the only things that the boat represents....   [tags: Family, Love, Marriage, Short story]

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Cover Girl Cosmetics

- Cover Girl Cosmetics Why Cover Girl is one of the most successful cosmetic organizations since the 1960’s. Cover Girl cosmetics have been the top-seller since 1961 and are still going strong. It is hard, with all the advanced lines of make-up for one product to go as far as Cover girl has, so how does Cover Girl cosmetics do it. A lot of Cover Girl’s strong, on going successes are due to changing the look of the product, exceptional promotions which the public can’t look over, giving a cosmetic appeal to both older and younger aged women and most importantly by using near perfect women and teens to model their products....   [tags: marketing business]

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What's Human Salvation

- Salvation is the elimination of danger, evil, and suffering through the process of redemption, deliverance, or liberation (Livingston 311). Correspondingly, salvation is the fundamental goal of religion, as it is the process of riding evil and disorder through definitive transformation (Livingston 312). Nevertheless, in religion, salvation can be found in the present life or after life. Therefore, salvation plays a large role in religion in regards to both the whole community and the individual....   [tags: redemption, liberation, religion]

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Personal Case Study of a Child with Frequent Physical and Verbal Agression

- An ASQ:SE was provided for Mao (Father) and Kim (Mother) to fill out so that the main concerning issues can be established. The score was 120 with a cutoff of 58. A score at this point would indicate that Quan is at risk. When a child is found to be at risk, they are typically referred to Child Find so that the appropriate resources can be provided. When the parents filled out the ASQ:SE they had indicated specific behavior that they found was concerning. These included how he destroys objects and he exhibits physical and verbal aggression frequently....   [tags: functional assessment interview]

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Death of a Bird: Trifles by Susan Glaspell

- ... How ­ she ­ did ­ change.” The discovery of how she changed behaviors from one to another is similar to another psychological theory such as Pavlov’s experiment, as the dog salivated because it was looking at food, but he conditioned it to not salivate with changing it to salivate by looking at light. The reason I mention this is due to the factor that she was never really stuck in a cage, picture this instead replace the bird in the cage with her in the cage. The coping mechanism of a bird is to roam free and sing happily but if she was conditioned such as in Pavlov’s theories to be in a cage with no freedom to roam free her unconcious is telling her she is no longer herself and she is...   [tags: critical perspective analysis]

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Clarence Thomas: One of the Justices

- ... “Perhaps some are confused because they have sterotypes of how blacks should be and I respectfully decline, as I did in my youth, to sacrifice who I am for who they think I should be,” exclaimed by Thomas after a discussion of his conservative view points. One of the top most controversial cases Thomas was an Associate Justice for was Miller v. Alabama, which occurred from March 20, 2012 to June 25, 2012. The Court held that mandatory sentences of life without the possibility of parole are unconstitutional for juvenile offenders....   [tags: supreme, court, judiciary, chief]

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The Understanding Of A Boundless Mind

- The Understanding of a Boundless Mind An analysis of Emily Dickinson’s Poems Early American literature is an imperative part of the history of the United States; it is something that help define who we are and how our current politics and lifestyle came to be. A significant part of early American literature and the shaping of our country is poetry. Parini says, “The relationship between poetry and national culture is always an intimate if troubled one, and to a large extent what American poets have accomplished as a whole is a measure of what American culture itself has accomplished.” In learning and studying early American literature, reading poetry and deriving its meaning by using your o...   [tags: Thought, Mind, Psychology, Ralph Waldo Emerson]

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John Nash 's A Beautiful Mind

- 1. Introduction. The memoir A Beautiful Mind, tells the story of John Nash, a brilliant mathematician who begins to develop symptoms of schizophrenia during graduate school (Hallowell, Sherwood & Howard, 2001). The movie shows the highs of John’s life, and the lows that follow as a result of his worsening schizophrenia. By showing the progression of John’s illness throughout his life, the movie is able to detail the crippling effects that schizophrenia can have on one’s life. Additionally, the movie shows the signs and symptoms of schizophrenia, and the medicine that was used to treat it....   [tags: Schizophrenia, Psychosis, Dopamine, Delusion]

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The Age Of Innocence And The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- The "American Dream" supposedly allows everyone to climb the "social/economic ladder," if they wish to do so. Anyone that works hard is supposed to be able to move to a higher class. However, society often prevents social mobility. Social classes dictate who moves to a higher class and who does not. In the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, this issue was especially prevalent. The rigidity of classes was often an underlying theme in many novels during this time period. For example, The Age of Innocence and The Great Gatsby both feature the exclusive nature of social classes as a motif....   [tags: Social class, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Working class]

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The Movie ' Gladiator '

- The film, Gladiator, takes place in Rome during AD 180 and the current emperor, Marcus Aurelius and his best general, Maximus, have won the war against the barbaric Germanic tribes. Marcus is an old man and his wish is to have Rome turned into a republic again and to see Maximus inherit his powers until the Senate is strong enough to rule all of Rome. Unfortunately when Marcus’s son, Commodus, hears of who will take his place and his father’s wishes, he murders his father in cold blood and takes the throne for himself....   [tags: Antisocial personality disorder, Psychopathy]

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The Crucible By Arthur Miller

- The Crucible was written by Arthur Miller in 1952 and has remained such a renowned play in American literature because the play pays close attention to the importance of reputation, which continues to be as much of a priority in 1692 as in modern times. The play opens with girls getting caught dancing in the woods by Rev. Parris, which escalates to the assumption of them practicing witchcraft. The girls, lead by Abigail Williams, pledge their love for God and undertake the responsibility of accusing whoever they please of witchcraft, usually under false assumptions....   [tags: Salem witch trials, The Crucible, Puritan]

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Reconstruction Of The Reconstruction Movement

- The United States of America has endured many social, economical and political changes through its time as a global nation. Many leaders have risen and fallen, while trying to change the future of America in their own radical and revolutionary way. When the Reconstruction movement began in 1865, a broken America was recovering from the effects of a costly war. The Reconstruction movement was simply a rebuilding of the nation to recover, renew and alter the social, economical and political systems from the previously existing system....   [tags: Reconstruction era of the United States]

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Robotics: The Visual Simulation Displays

- The visual simulation displays: • A specific agents traversability or visibility map upon request • A background image unique to that scenario • Agents moving around the workspace area • Current agent’s actions IV. METHODS The simulation’s primary goal is to confirm the author’s claim that implementing the method outlined in Failure An- ticipation in Pursuit-Evasion will provide the ability to get assistance to the primary pursuer within the visibility criteria. This claim is tested using all three scenarios mentioned above....   [tags: implementation,evasion, failure]

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Set on Display

- Stephen McQueen’s movie, 12 Years of a Slave, tells the story of Solomon Northup, a free African-African, who is kidnapped and sold back into slavery in the 1840s. In one of the scenes, Northup stands in a room where he and other African-Americans are being put on for sale; however, the slaves around him were on display with not one piece of clothing on. By having no clothes on, the people purchasing a slave would be able to see how well condition each slave was to determine the value or worth of each slave....   [tags: 12 Years a Slave, Stephen McQueen]

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Display Screen Equipment Assessment

- 1 SUMMERY FOR MANAGEMENT 1.1 The following report contains an introduction, background, methodology, result, discussion, recommendations and conclusion following a Display Screen Equipment assessment (DSE). 2 INTRODUCTION 2.1 The purpose of this report is to carry out a DSE assessment on an employee who is defined as a DSE user (Display Screen Equipment, 2002, P5). To identify any adjustments to the workstation, layout and to present the recommendations to management. The assessment will comply with the (Display Screen Equipment) regulations 1992 which was amended by the Health and Safety regulations in 2002....   [tags: Health and Safety]

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Effects of Google Glass on Society

- In February of 2013, Google announced project Glass. Glass is a wearable computer with an optical head-mounted display so the wearer can see everything without moving their head. There is no screen on Glass, it uses a small mirror prism to bounce information directly into the wearer’s right eye. To transmit sound to the wearer, Glass vibrates the skull which then transfers sound to the inner ear so that the persons normal hearing abilities are not impaired. For ease of use there is a small touch-pad on the outside surface of the device, around the ear area....   [tags: wearable computer, optical head-mounted display]

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To compare the ways in which these poems display the horrors of war.

- To compare the ways in which these poems display the horrors of war. I have selected three poems, The Soldier, by Rupert Brooke, Dulce et Decorum Est, and Anthem for Doomed Youth, both written by Wilfred Owen. Compare how these poems show the horrors of World War 1. To compare the ways in which these poems display the horrors of war. I have selected three poems, "The Soldier", by Rupert Brooke, "Dulce et Decorum Est", and "Anthem for Doomed Youth", both written by Wilfred Owen. I chose "Anthem for Doomed Youth" and "Dulce et Decorum Est" because they are very similar and show the horrors of the war....   [tags: English Literature]

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The Field of Ergonomics

- Background The field of ergonomics stresses the idea of designing the perfect product for people so that whenever the people interact with the product, they are having a beneficial experience and their health and safety is protected by the shape and design of the product. Not only is ergonomics focused on protecting the body, it is also focused on protecting the cognitive abilities (the mind). Therefore, companies should all have ergonomic or human factor departments within their organizations so that the products that they manufacture can have a design that is safe for both the body and mind....   [tags: Design, Perfect Product, Health, Safety]

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Dreadfulness of Modern Experience

- Tennessee Williams described Sothern Gothic literature as a style that captured “the underlying dreadfulness in modern experience” (Hemmerling). The literature intended to reveal the social issues surrounding the time period. Features of this literature, “includes situations and places as well as unsavory characters that are often racist, religious fanatic, egotistical or self-righteous” (Kullmer). This description of Southern Gothic literature also fits other genres of post Civil War American literature....   [tags: American literature, Civil War, southern gothic]

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Florida International University Visual Messaging - A Digital Out of Home Communication and Advertising System

- The initially proposal solely addressed Digital Out Of Home (DOOH) advertising. The scope has expanded to better meet the needs of FIU. These needs were determined through interviews and conversations with Administration, Staff, Students, and a series of informal visual communication audits of the campuses. Needs Assessment 1.There is a desire to communicate visually to the student body on campus. This is evidenced by the proliferation of various visual media throughout the campus. Examples: "flip charts" and whiteboards on easels in hallways, various types of paper-based bulletin boards, table displays with banners and collateral materials, student organizations activity frames and posters...   [tags: Information Technology]

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Women and Christianity: Lysistrata by Aristophanes

- Traditionally in ancient studies of various civilizations, women assume a submissive role as caretaker of the house and family. Generally, this trend continues throughout early organized society until around the time of sixty four A.D. with the rapid spread and judgment of the new religious dynamic of Christianity. The novel faith becomes notorious for the strong ties and companionship between members of the community as well as the appealing views of a compassionate deity and rewarding afterlife....   [tags: submissive role, rome]

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Development Of A Software Simulation To Enable Hf Assessment Of Some Asmgcs Features

- Abstract This paper describes the development of a to-scale simulation to enable assessment of the efficacy and Human Factors implications of proposed functions of an Advanced Surface Movement Guidance & Control System (ASMGCS). To enable efficacy assessment, out of cockpit views simulating the field of view of the pilots’ during aircraft taxiing were created and projected onto an Elumens™ dome to enable an immersive experience to enhance fidelity during testing. The A380 aircraft and the aerodrome of Singapore’s Changi International Airport were modeled as the case-study platform....   [tags: Software Technology Programming]

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Analysis of Virtual Reality

- Analysis of Virtual Reality The term Virtual Reality (VR) is used by many different people with many meanings. There are some people to whom VR is a specific collection of technologies, that is a Head Mounted Display, Glove Input Device and Audio. Some other people stretch the term to include conventional books, movies or pure fantasy and imagination. However, for purposes of this research, we restrict VR to computer mediated systems. We would define Virtual Reality as a way for humans to visualize, manipulate and interact with computers and extremely complex data....   [tags: Virtual Reality Technology Computers Essays]

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Evaluation of Key Sources of Cold War to Address the Question of Increased Tension

- Evaluation of Key Sources of Cold War to Address the Question of Increased Tension The cold war was a period in time where there was a feeling of mutual mistrust between America and the Soviet Union. This was especially so during the 1950s and early 1960s. This mutual mistrust led to an arms race between the two superpowers, America being the dominant country at the time. This heightened competition also occurred in the form of a space race. Source A1 is a British cartoon published during the Olympic games of 1960....   [tags: Papers]

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Film: Still The Better Choice

- The first photograph was taken by Joseph Niepce in 1814. This image required eight hours of light exposure and later faded shortly after (Bellis). Now, 200 years later, just about everyone has access to the technology required to take high resolution photographs instantly with the push of a button, but is this new technology really better than film. Digital cameras have made photography much simpler and more popular, but their convenience comes at the expense of photograph quality. Since there are so many different people, each with different ideas of what good photography is, who have access to cameras, there are countless different styles of photography and each one of these photographer...   [tags: Professional Photography, Digital Advancement]

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Odysseus the Hero

- The definition of a hero is unique for every individual; however there are several regulations that majority of individuals can agree on. A hero must exhibit traits such as humility, kindness, and courage. Once the candidate expresses hubris, displays cruelty, or retreats from a formidable challenge, he cannot be considered a hero. Lastly, a hero candidate must overcome challenges that defy the odds. He must deliver a gift to society that benefits society as a whole; such gifts can be freedom, liberty, or hope....   [tags: Character Analysis]

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Prince Caspian by C.S. Lewis

- Kingship and Authority C.S. Lewis’s book, Prince Caspian, is a tale of three kings: King Miraz, Aslan, and Prince Caspian. Each of these kings portrays the diversity between the different personas of a king, or leader, of a country. King Miraz for example, represents the selfishness and deceit that takes place in a ruler that is too consumed by his throne. While Prince Caspian shows the peace, justice, and hard work that comes when the king is truly concerned for the good of their subjects. Lastly, Aslan represents everything good about a ruler....   [tags: Jews, gypsy’s, communists]

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Film Analysis of Flight

- Character Identification The character that will be focused on is Whip Whitaker in the movie Flight. Whip Whitaker is a male African-American, pilot that has no religious beliefs or spiritualism in the beginning of the film. Prior to his career with SouthJet Airlines, he was a pilot in the Navy. He is divorced with one son; in the beginning of the film he has a relationship with his co-worker, Katerina, and throughout the movie builds a new romantic relationship with Nicole. While he initially showed lack of faith throughout much of the movie, the change in Whip towards the end of the film demonstrates faith by facing the truth and allowing the higher power to be in control of the next event...   [tags: Character Development, Spirituality]

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Weep Not Child by Ngugi wa Thiongo

- Introduction A family entails a cluster of parents and the existent or non-existent children cohabiting in the same environment. The simple definition also summaries related people by blood or through marriage. The family institution entails special intimacy and loyalty regarding the involved persons. Love refers to the expression of passionate affection towards other individuals. Love depicts elements of personal attachments with a connected deep affection. This occurs among closely rated persons that include parents, friends and relatives....   [tags: love, family, soul, individual, community]

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The Role Quality of Life Issues Displays in Medical Decisions

- ... The rational/social exchange perspective is based on the assumptions that individuals have the ability to reason, make choices based on consideration of available substitutions and anticipated consequences, and act in their own best interest (Johnson and Rhodes, 2010, p. 7). Regarding healthcare, the patients and their families should be in charge of medical decisions and not the physicians because of ethical reasons where they are entitled to what they believe is medically best for the patient....   [tags: rational-decision making theories]

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Return to Curiosity: Privileging Wonder over Rationalism in Museum Displays and Learning

- ... (Robinson, 2008) Although it is unclear whether the decline in divergent thinking over the course of childhood is directly caused by present education systems, it is clear that most learning energy is directed towards linear and rational forms of thinking. In Resonance and Wonder, Stephen Greenblatt describes the museum as a repository for traces of culture and talks about the resonance of objects. He writes: By resonance I mean the power of the object displayed to reach out beyond its formal boundaries to a larger world, to evoke in the viewer the complex, dynamic cultural forces from which it has emerged and for which as metaphor or more simply synecdoche it may be taken by a viewer t...   [tags: museum organization, contextualization]

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Estimating Dinosaur Behavior

- Estimating Dinosaur Behavior Dinosaurs are an extinct group of animals that thrived for 165 million years starting 230 million years ago in the Late Triassic period of the Mesozoic Era. Despite being extinct for the past 65 million years and not being able to study them in their true form, scientists have been able to estimate many different behaviors of dinosaurs. This paper will show that the close study and examination of different types of body and trace fossils, along with animal models, can be provided as evidence to estimate different types of behaviors in dinosaurs....   [tags: display, communication, mating behavior]

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The Governmental Display of the Confederate Flag

- The Governmental Display of the Confederate Flag The confederacy is dead. The Civil War is long over, and the United States has experienced much growth and development since its end, much of this due to the outcome of the war. A new, united America flourished throughout the late eighteen hundreds gaining a great deal of power through high levels of commerce and trade. There is no doubt that America is better off now because of the outcome of the War between the States. However, many of the symbols of the Civil War remain very active in the present world; they are very much alive and charged with meaning and power....   [tags: Expository Essays]

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Controlling Advertisement

- Necessity is a key factor in determining demand. With the increase in inventions and innovations, it was realize that if a new product had to be sold, then it had to be glorified and exemplified so that people would understand its purpose and feel the need for it. This gave birth to advertising. Advertisings sole purpose is to create a sense of desire for things that are actually not essential. Previously in the eighteenth century and the first half of twentieth century posters were the main form of advertisement, gradually advertisements spread to newspapers, billboards, radio and eventually to television....   [tags: innovation, commercials, publlic display]

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Computer Graphics and Animation

- Introduction Computer Graphics is the bond between humans and computers. Computer graphics is a large field that branches into almost all fields of computer science; however its roots are young. Computer graphics has massively grown over the past 40 years and is now our primary means of communication with computer applications. Do to technological limitations in the 1950s, computer graphics began as a small, specialized field. The Whirlwind project at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is marked as the origin of computer graphics (Machover 14)....   [tags: Information Technology ]

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The War Poems of Wilfred Owen - Contradicting the Classical Ideas of Heroism and Romanticism

- Contradicting the Classical Ideas of Heroism and Romanticism in Dulce et Decorum est, The Send Off, But I Was Looking At The Permanent Stars, The Deadbeat soldier, Counter Attack, Metal Cases and other War Poems by Wilfred Owen      Owen displays the reality of war, atypically shown in 20th century literature. By divulging the secrecies and terrors of brutal warfare, he exposes the superficiality of valor and false heroism; through his vivid writing, he opens the eyelids of his readers and discloses, “the old lie (Owen, Dulce et Decorum est, 25)....   [tags: Dulce et Decorum est The Send Off]

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Public Display of Religious Garments

- In many religions, the use of garments such as the Jewish yarmulke or the Islamic hijab are not merely worn out of choice, but out of strict ritual or religious obligation. Donning traditional dress is not just seen as religious duty, but ties closely with spiritual practice identity. Widespread use shows that it has become an integral part to the continuity of multiple religious practices. Provided that wearing religious garments is based on manifesting central religious beliefs, to what extent can a State hinder this expression of freedom....   [tags: identity, military, freedom, culture, religion]

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