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Sometimes It's Necessary to Cut Down the Trees

- {Although most of us enjoy the natural beauty of trees and the shade they provide to a front or backyard, there are times when trees must be removed. |Trees must be removed even though they provide much needed shade and beauty to our homes and backyard|It is necessary to remove a tree when needed even though they provide good shade and scenic beauty to our homes.}{There are many valid reasons to remove a tree|A tree must be removed for many reasons.|There are a lot of reasons to remove a tree.}....   [tags: parting with natural beauty]

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Is the Portrayal of the Dinosaurs in the Movie and Book Accurate in Real Life

- Deinos, Greek for fearfully great; awe-inspiring and sauros meaning a lizard. From these words “Dinosaur” is created. When imagining a dinosaur, do thoughts of a large Tyrannosaurus Rex, a swift Velociraptor, or a gliding Pterodactyl appear. Or are those thoughts composed of an image of a small Compsognathus. Do visions of the dinosaurs that we often saw in our childhood come to mind. The amiable brightly colored friends in cartoons or the fearsome bloodthirsty experiments in movies. Were those dinosaurs portrayed accurately....   [tags: jurassic park, dilophosaurus, archeologists]

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The Theory of Innate Virtue

- Throughout the dialogue of “Meno”, Socrates inquires what virtue is and whether virtue is innate, acquired through learning, or received as a gift from the gods (Jowett, 1949). After some discussion with Meno, Socrates first proposes the theory that virtue is innate. Subsequently the knowledge of innate virtue is of a priori knowledge, which is in turn contingent on a priori justification (Russell, 2011). A priori knowledge is knowledge that rests on a priori justification. A priori justification is a type of epistemic justification that is, in some sense, independent of experience....   [tags: Philosophy]

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Osha Construction Vs General Industry Safety Standards

- OSHA Construction vs General Industry Safety Standards The Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act of 1970 served to create Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), which is the agency that oversees the working conditions of most workplaces in the country. This agency sets standards and enforces them, as well as providing education, outreach, training, and assistance with compliance. The standards set forth by the Administration cover four main categories, which are maritime, general industry, agriculture, and construction....   [tags: Occupational safety and health]

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Choosing an IFR Alternate

- ... Next is the class B airspace, because most of the activities in the class B airspace is a big jet, so most of them are using instrument to flight, visibility requirements in this airspace is three miles, for cloud there is no requirements. In class C airspace and class D airspace, the requirements of visibility and clouds are all the same, the requirement for visibility is three miles, cloud should keep a certain distance, respectively is above 1000 feet above, 500 feet below, 2000 feet level horizontal....   [tags: conditions, aircraft, pilot]

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The Animal Of Giant Southerner Lizard

- Giganotosaurus means “giant southerner lizard.” These huge dinosaurs were meat eaters. They ate cretaceous dinosaurs. They lived 97 million years ago during the late cretaceous period. The Giganotosaurus is the largest meat eating dinosaur found so far. They are larger than T. Rex but not as large as the Spinosaurus. They are very large, but their brain was small. They are classified as a Saurischis dinosaur. They were 40 feet long and weighed 13 tons. It is believed these large dinosaurs preyed on large plant eaters like the Titanosaur....   [tags: Dinosaur, Cretaceous, Pterosaur, Plesiosaur]

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The Ancient Chinese Custom of Footbinding

- The Ancient Chinese Custom of Footbinding The ancient Chinese custom of footbinding has caused severe life-long suffering for the Chinese women involved. The first documented reference to footbinding was from the Southern Tang Dynasty in Nanjing. It was introduced in the 11th century and spread from the ranks of the wealthy to those of more modest means to peasantry. A main reason women did this was for the pleasure of men. Men preferred women with small feet and sexual urges weren't present for un-bound feet....   [tags: Papers]

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Baseball And Softball : Is The Sister Sport? Baseball?

- Softball is known as the sister sport to baseball. They look very similar but are very different. Some say that baseball is a lot harder than softball and some say the complete opposite. But to form an opinion a bunch of things come into factor to try figure and figure out which side you stand on. From the size of the ball to the size of the field these things play into factor of each opinion. Both baseball and softball have qualities that set them apart and that can make one more challenging than the other at times....   [tags: Baseball, Softball, Baseball rules]

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Snow Flower And The Secret Fan

- Lisa See’s 2005 novel, Snow Flower and the Secret Fan, discusses the role money and class has in nineteenth Century China. The family dynamic is shattered due to the desire to achieve economic stability. Early in the novel, Lily seems to have a complicated relationship with her family because daughters were not valued during the nineteenth century. Lily describes her relationship with her mother as, “I was a third child, a second worthless girl, too little to waste time on until it looked like I would survive my milk years....   [tags: Marriage, Love, Interpersonal relationship]

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Memorial Hall in Philadelphia

- Memorial Hall The massive domed building in Fairmont Park, Philadelphia, is the only major structure remaining from the Centennial Exhibition in 1876. Memorial Hall served as the Art Gallery for the fair and was designed to become a permanent museum. The building was commissioned and paid for by the State of Pennsylvania and the city of Philadelphia. The budgeted amount for the hall was $1,500,000 and it cost just $64,000 more than planned. Although smaller than other major buildings at the 1876 fair, Memorial Hall is massive....   [tags: Architecture History]

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