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An Analysis Of In Search Of Justice By Velazquez

- Nydia Velazquez is a representative for New York’s Twelfth Congressional District, which includes parts of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens. In her essay “In Search of Justice,” Velazquez describes several unjust situations that happened in her district. She points out that the residents of Greenpoint, which is the heart of her district, are among the poorest in the country. She argues that large corporations carelessly dump their waste next to poor minorities’ living areas and emphasizes the terrible air conditions in her district....   [tags: New York City, Manhattan, Upper East Side]

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The Truth Project: The Search of Truth

- Why do we believe what we believe. This question is rarely asked of anyone directly. We live in a culture where the “why” is superseded by the “what”. “What do you believe?” has always been a popular topic for discussion. However, when a believer is no longer faced with the ‘what’ and instead challenged by a ‘why,’ lines begin to blur and minds start to blank. What can we possibly offer in response and from where can we derive our answers. Isaiah 6 gives us the solution: we must gaze into the face of God....   [tags: culture, why, what, jounrey, exposes]

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The Search For A Cure For Cancer

- The search for a cure to cancer has progressed in the last thirty years. A group of scientists and doctors have continued the search for a cure by examining the ability for the human body to attack cancerous cells on its own. These scientists looked at the possibility of creating a vaccine to help the body fight against multiple myeloma. The Study Organism The cause of multiple myeloma is unknown, but it is believed to be caused by proteins called Monoclonal paraprotein (MedicineNet.com, 2013)....   [tags: Immune system, Antibody, Bone marrow, Antigen]

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The Search For The Fountain Of Life

- The search for the "fountain of youth" or the "elixir of life" is something that we have read about in many myths and fiction stories throughout the year. They are also things real life explorers looked for dating back centuries, the most famous of which is Ponce de Leon whose search of this elusive fountain took him to Florida in the late 1400 's and early 1500 's. However, He was not the first looking for this fountain that is said to give you the power of endless youth, the desire to stay young is a desire that may date back to the beginning of mankind itself....   [tags: Bacteria, Immune system, Immortality]

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The Search For The Holy Nails Or Spikes

- FLAVIA 'S PROMISE has a plot with strong merit. The idea of the search for the Holy Nails or Spikes is a premise that can make for a potentially intriguing story. The concept of immortality is also a premise with virtue. Visual storytelling is good, especially the image of the man with the white cane. While there 's a story to tell, it 's suggested that the script undergo further development. The areas that would benefit from more development include the structure, pace, protagonist, and tension....   [tags: Protagonist, Character, Plot, Antagonist]

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Expert Opinions In Search of Knowledge

- Einstein once said: “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.” So let’s start answering the question by breaking it down. Firstly, let’s take out those 3 iffy words (important, experts, and opinion.) and replace them with laymen’s terms. Importance is defined usually by how much a something ‘matters’ in the grand scheme of things. Experts are people who have more experience than most in a particular field or skill. And opinions, via the Princeton dictionary, are defined as “a personal belief or judgment that is not founded on proof or certainty.” The question now reads: How much do the personal beliefs or judgments of experienced people, in one area, matter in the se...   [tags: Einstein, Research, KNowledge]

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The Search for Online College Programs

- If you've been looking for online college programs, by now you've realized that it can be more difficult than you first imagined. Many online programs are very new, making them hard to find through a simple search. Other programs, seemingly ubiquitous on the internet, are either not accredited or not able to give you the professional expertise that you will need after you graduate. Wading through what's out there can be very difficult and it's easy to miss a lot. What is a prospective degree candidate to do....   [tags: technology, social media, graduates]

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The Search For Cleopatra by Michael Foss

- Ancient times are known for having ruling emperors and barbaric men. There are millions of stories and books about the conquerers and the soldiers who fought bravely in their successes. But, what about women in ancient times. Did they sit around and take care of children while they waited for their men to return home. There is one women in the ancient world who captivated the men of her time and is still admired today for her beauty. In The Search For Cleopatra, Michael Foss tells the story of Cleopatra VII....   [tags: ptolomy, greek origns, emperors]

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The Process of Schlomo's Search for Identity

- Identity Identity, as defined by Jonathan Friedman, is positional and can be determined by one’s place in a larger network of relations (36). Live and Become depicts the life of a young, Ethiopian boy who travels across countries in search of his identity. After losing most of his family to famine and disease, Schlomo, his assigned Jewish name, moves to Israel as a replacement child of a mother who had lost her son. As his mother sent him away, she told him to “Go. Live. Become.” But become what....   [tags: cultural identity, Live and Become]

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Juvenile Homicide: A Search for Acceptance

- “Existence.....what a strange word. He, set out by determination & curiosity, knows no existence, knows nothing [relevant] to himself. The petty destinations of others & everything on this world, in this world, he knows the answers to. Yet they have no purpose to him. He seeks knowledge of the unthinkable, of the [indefinable], of the unknown. He explores the everything...using his mind, the most powerful tool known to him. Not a physical barrier blocking the limits of exploration, time thru thought thru dimensions....the everything is his realm....   [tags: Juvenile Crime]

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The Search for Justice in America

- The one theme found everywhere is a search for justice or a search for justifications. Justifying actions is what people do so they feel just about what they do. There are two sides to justice the one receiving the justice and the one repaying in some way to be just. Justice is “the administering of deserved punishment or reward” (Dictionary). Consequences come because of justice or to be just there is consequences, good or bad, for people’s actions. People feel a need for justice so they don’t feel wronged and treated unfairly....   [tags: The Devil and Tom Walker]

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Online Career Search For A Library

- Throughout my job analysis, I used two online career-searching databases to follow specific library-related positions that were of interest to me. The first database that I used was inalj.com (INALJ). I find this site very accessible. It seems to give a sometimes broad interpretation of library jobs, so it is a great way to find entry-level jobs in different areas that could give you library-related experience without being in a library. Despite its ease of use and broad job types, the site is volunteer driven which can be frustrating....   [tags: Library, Library science, Librarian]

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The Search for a Better Reality

- The Search for a Better Reality Life is not easy. It is all about surviving the storms that you will eventually have to face. As a result, sometimes people feel overwhelmed, and they try to find ways that will allow them to break away from reality. In most cases, individuals resort to escape either because they want to be relieved from all of their responsibilities, or because they are trying to avoid facing unpleasant truths or painful situations. Everyone deals with tough circumstances in a different way....   [tags: Comparative, Kidd, Chrouch]

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The Search For Meaning and Life

- ... The simplistic blissfulness of the couples’ life proves to be too much for Mr. Bowman to take and he ultimately dashes from the house later in the night where he is met by his untimely death. Toward the end of Bowman’s life he realizes all he has missed out on by not settling down and raising the family he never really knew he wanted. Although the missed opportunity to become a family man is a great pain for Bowman, perhaps the greatest is the loss of the chance to love someone as the woman he meets loves her husband, Sonny....   [tags: Bowman, Death of a Traveling Salesman]

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Library Orientation On The Search Bar

- 1. Library orientation Finding items via the search bar, using author surname works best. If a specific journal or book is required to be read the title is used. When looking for something with a specific date(s) the ‘creation date from and to’ boxes or the slide ruler allows my search to remove certain sources. Finding Bolter, et. al., simply meant copy and pasting “Remediation: Understanding New Media” resulting in the article as the second result. 2. Blackboard environment orientation With 28 of 29 subjects now completed Collaborate is downloaded on my devices....   [tags: Culture, Globalization, Mass media, The Culture]

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Ecology, By A Quick Google Search

- The most important thing human beings should learn in their lifetimes is that we are a part of our environment. We are not above, to the left, to the right, or in it; we are a part of it. It’s vital that the understanding of the relationship between person and earth is done through the lens of ecology. Ecology, described by a quick Google search, is “the branch of biology that deals with the relations of organisms to one another and to their physical surroundings.” Ecology is also considered a “political movement that seeks to protect the environment, especially from pollution.” When ‘environmentalism’ became a mainstream political talking point, arguably thanks to the founding of and aggres...   [tags: Racism, Race, Black people, White people]

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A Search Party - Original Writing

- It was Professor Alacard along with Zoe Gray. They were dressed in long black cloaks and held silver Talons out in front of them. "Looks like you two didn 't need our help after all." Zoe smirked. "Where 's Bernard?" The professor asked. A frown wiped my smile away as I remember. "He fell." I answered. "Off the side of the cavern. He risked his life to save mine." Alacard 's face remain unchanged. He sniffed the air and cleared his throat. "I guess we will be having to find him then. I 'll form a search party." I felt confused....   [tags: 2005 singles, 2007 singles, 2006 albums]

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Search For Justice By William Styron

- Search for Justice In a novel by William Styron, a father tells his son that life “ is a search for justice.” In Earnest J. Gaines novel Mrs. Emma, the godmother of Jefferson a black man convicted of murder in a crime he unwittingly took a part in, response to Jefferson’s conviction and death sentence by working outside of the legal system to find his redemption. In her own way she used the connections she had to make him see that he was more than a crime that he had committed, and more than the color of his skin....   [tags: African American, Race, Black people]

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The Search for Life in Europa

- Europa was discovered alongside the other Jovian moons of Jupiter (Io, Ganymede, Callisto) by Galileo Galilei on January 8th, 1610. It is the Sixth closest moon to planet Jupiter and sixth largest moon in the Solar System. It takes Europa roughly every 3.5days to orbit Jupiter and spins just once per orbit which is why it shows the same face to Jupiter all the time (similar to Earth’s moon). It is also roughly the size of earth’s moon with water ice on its surface.1 Since the orbit of Europa is eccentric, it produces a higher tide when it is closer to Jupiter than when it is farther away....   [tags: moon, ocean, hydrobots]

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In Search of Love and Marriage

- Pride and prejudice is a complex love story that was penned around late eighteenth century England, a time of great upheaval and war for the besieged nation. And whilst this older outdated form of proper British English is at times tough to read, it is none the less understandable, and in the end quite an enjoyable read. This book explores many different relationship dynamics between couples of this era, and the qualitative characteristics that draw them together. None more intricately so then the one we see interwoven between Elizabeth Bennet and Mr....   [tags: Literature Review]

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Spectroscopy: The Search for Extraterrestrial Life

- Throughout history humanity has been fascinated by the existence of extraterrestrial life. Today such ventures are in the development process and the discovery of life beyond our solar system, no matter how primitive, may soon become a huge(important?) scientific breakthrough. The three basic things that are required to consider a place even remotely habitable are water, a source of energy, and organic materials. Habitability also depends on other factors that must also be taken into consideration such as how close the planet is to its star (in the case of our solar system, the sun), how long the water and organic materials existed there, and the size and mass of the planet....   [tags: Astronomy Essays]

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A Google Search Of Serial Killers

- In a Google search of “serial killer memorabilia”, approximately 135,000 results would appear. While the U.S. produces over eighty-five percent of the world’s serial killers (“Why do Americans Idolize Serial Killers?” 11), Americans still tend to treat these murderers as icons and celebrities. As defined by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, a serial killer is expressed as the unlawful killing of two or more victims by the same offender(s), in separate events. While it is no secret that serial killers have a different mindset than that of a normal person, do these murderers have genetically different minds....   [tags: Murder, Serial killer, Dexter]

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The Search For A Secure Future

- The Search for a Secure Future, And how Obtaining a College Degree may, or may not, Achieve that. The year was 2014, I was a senior in high school, already I had committed to go to Colorado Mesa University, I had a track scholarship and I was going to major in Geology, ultimately wanting to go into petroleum engineering. The only thing was, I didn’t want to. I did not want to go be a geologist, I wanted to travel, to see the world. As cliché as it may have been, I dropped out, I worked for a period of time and sent myself on a trip to Europe to “find myself”....   [tags: Higher education, Academic degree, University]

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A Man 's Search For Meaning

- I have never pondered on such a question of what it means to be a human being. What it means to be a human being is not just having a face, eyes, heart, or being able to drive a car, or to own a house. Being a human being is much more than that, deeper and more passionate. Being a human being is to have the ability to having rational thought and to think deeply. Being a human is finding a meaning or a purpose. In the book “A Man’s Search for Meaning”, Viktor Frankle said “life is never made unbearable by circumstances, but only by lack of meaning and purpose.” The meaning of life can be discovered in three ways....   [tags: Meaning of life, Human, Categorical imperative]

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I Should Search For A Job

- Her thoughts raced with excitement. I should search for a job too, she thought to Herself. I would be away from that apartment even longer each day and maybe, just maybe I would learn how to interact with people. She was tempted to ask Rob for information on the pizza place. She felt her stomach wobble, reminding her that she was probably setting herself up for disappointment. Backing her ears, she blurted out. “Rob?” Mel spoke quickly now, excited with her train of thought and possible solution to all this confusion....   [tags: Pizza, Naples]

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Search For The Art Of Negotiation

- Search for the art of negotiation in a global situation seems to point in all the same direction from the articles that I read and that is as the presenter know what is being talked about, leave the EGO and the all about me at the door. According to Goudreau (2012) focus should be on the product and how it will help the organization. To me this means that the overall art is to know what you are presenting and by knowing how to effectively deliver it to the audience. This week’s topic of the negotiation process is very interesting and not quite called the same thing but it did remind me of my Recruiting Time....   [tags: Negotiation, Contract, Pearson PLC, Prentice Hall]

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A Search Of Work Life Balance

- In Search of Work-Life Balance Problem Statement Juggling the demands of work and family has become a daunting task for many people in the workforce today. Despite advancing technology, the hours required at the office coupled with the expectation to be continuously available, in addition to raising families and personal responsibilities, has become overwhelming. The trend to work more hours is ubiquitous as employees try to keep up with increasing job demands, as evidenced by the rise in the percentage of professionals working more than 50 hours per week (Correll, Kelly, O’Connor & Williams, 2014)....   [tags: Working time, Employment, Motivation]

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The Search For The New World

- Religion is the sturdy backdrop for the stages of many national civilizations. It is a subject that many toil with but it can never really be ignored. American culture was built upon this struggle and epitomizes it throughout its whole existence. The search for the “ New world” was filled with challenges and struggles and led to tremendous financial gain; but the underlining motive beside the race for wealth was to spread Christianity. The moral values in the Christian religion flowed through the decision making process when it came to the everyday running of society, all the way up to their legislation system; which is shown through the religious colony of Massachusetts Bay....   [tags: Religion, Christianity, God, Massachusetts]

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Is Search Engine Optimization Necessary?

- With the vast amount of web marketing elements that are available to people. People with excellent financial stability can find more opportunities. However, even a less stable person can make a go of some type of web marketing business. You must decide what best fits your budget. With the many different types, such as search engine, social media, e-mail, portable communications, and blogs just to name some. Your boundaries could be endless. With the help of the internet and other resources, conducting research on what will best fit your budget is at hand....   [tags: web marketing elements]

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The 's Search For Enlightenment

- It is human nature to desire the everlasting safety of belief. Belief that there is more than just securing a higher place on the food web. We are a species born from chaos hoping to search out, spread our wings, and find a place to call our refuge in a world that gives you an equal amount of terror and disregard with every blast of importance and luck that we get in our lives. Janie 's search for enlightenment has been unknowingly set into motion with the tides of the her pursuit of love. Her ebb and flow with partners portrays the perfect example of our conquest for joy, our crusade for hope, our holy war to find that which completes our very meaning....   [tags: Love, Interpersonal relationship]

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Motivation And The Prepurchase Search

- Junior year of high school came quickly and Decision Day seemed just around the corner. College was coming and it was coming fast, but the problem was, which college I would end up at was still unknown. Situational involvement may not be as long term as enduring involvement but it is still stressful and strenuous. I hoped I would only have to be involved with choosing a college once in my life so I endured as much cognitive involvement as possible. My goal was to pick a college that fulfilled all of my needs and desires as I worked toward my Bachelor’s Degree....   [tags: High school, College, Risk, Higher education]

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Man 's Search For Meaning

- Humans look for some key equation through which they might tie all of the experiences of life and feel the satisfaction of action toward a goal, rather than the emptiness of which sometimes consumes the activities of our existence. However, humans may never find some great pure meaning beyond their mundane existences, because there is none. What there is to be found, however, is the life itself. Humans seek to find meaning so that emptiness will not pervade every thought, every deed, with the coldness of reality as seen by an unemotional eye....   [tags: Meaning of life, Existentialism]

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Man 's Search For Meaning

- In Man’s Search for Meaning, Viktor Frankl utilizes his nightmarish experiences as a prisoner in a concentration camp to develop his philosophical and psychological theory, logotherapy. A significantly existential theory, logotherapy deals primarily with the importance meaning in life. Frankl notes meaning’s ability to “differ from man to man, and from moment to moment” (77). In other words, he posits the individuality of meaning and presents it as unique to each person. Additionally, Frankl establishes the significant importance of meaning to a person’s survival....   [tags: Meaning of life, Human, Suicide]

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My Search For A Career

- Pediatrician The Story of My Search Babies and children crying may irritate most people, but for me, it makes me want to nurture them. Pediatricians go through many years of schooling and residency training to obtain their degrees in pediatrics which is a branch of medicine that deals with the development, care, and treatment for diseases in babies and children. After doing many years of schooling and training, this ensures that each pediatrician is successful in providing the proper care and treatment needed for babies in order for them to develop into healthy children....   [tags: Medicine, Physician, Medical school]

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A Non-Religious Search for Meaning

- Viktor Frankl’s book, Man’s Search for Meaning, is a powerful and insightful book, however, does the center message intertwine with his religious beliefs. Frankl’s book shares the same concerns as religion such as: First, his beliefs of having nothing will give one a Higher Purpose; second, his belief that we must change to become worthy; and third, that we need fill an “empty soul” with God to find meaning. First of Frankl’s beliefs include one must have nothing to have a Higher Purpose, and his view of determinism....   [tags: Literary Review ]

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My Search for Higher Education

- When I first began searching for the possible colleges I wanted to apply for in my I didn’t quite know what to expect or look for. Over the years I had been told to narrow my search, but to be open minded, to be realistic, but to be open to all the possibilities that came my way. The advice I had been given by my peers and superiors, although helpful in hindsight, seemed to further conflict and confuse me as to what I should look for in a college. I felt like things would have been easier if someone had just handed me a checklist of credentials a college should live up to....   [tags: looking for colleges and universities]

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Search Of A Better Life

- In Search of A Better Life The last name Topletz is well known in the Dallas Jewish population as well as the marketing, investment and real estate sectors. But it wasn’t always that way. In fact, the man that started it all was Solomon Topletz, who traveled to the United States through Galveston port in the summer of 1894. Alongside thousands of other Jewish refugees out of Poland, Solomon, at the age of 24 would establish himself and his newly wedded wife Rebecca in the United States and eventually Dallas, Texas....   [tags: Judaism, Jews, Ashkenazi Jews, Eastern Europe]

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Man 's Search For Meaning

- Man’s Search for Meaning was written by Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl. In the book Frankl discusses his time in a Holocaust work camp. He not only gives a vivid description of his own stories but the stories of his patients. Frankl also discusses his personal journey of trying to figure out what his meaning his. His idea of his own meaning went from being a psychiatrist to having a wife and helping his fellow countrymen. He also touches on suffering and how we cannot avoid it because it is all part of the experience of life....   [tags: Meaning of life, Life, David Wolpe]

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The Search For Healthy Living

- The search for healthy living has always existed, but different ways in accomplishing it have developed. A natural alternative that can treat diseases is orthomolecular therapy. Orthomolecular therapy consists of natural supplementation of “vitamins, minerals, hormones, and diets, any of which may be combined with conventional drug therapy and electroshock treatments” (Barrett). The common natural supplement used by these specialists is the vitamin. This method does not consist of the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) dose amount, but consists of large quantity intake known as “mega doses”....   [tags: Vitamin C, Vitamin, Linus Pauling]

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My Search For Seven Myths

- Mathew Restall was a teacher and one day in class when a student commented on his undergraduate degree stating, “There was a lot of myths circulating around in the class.” Restall stated a seed had been planted in his brain. The misconceptions and confidential fictions of the American conquest gradually became a story explaining the seven myths. A seven chapter argumentative book, arguing the conventional wisdom on the Spanish conquest in America. Restall chose seven myths because the number seven has a deep meaning in history and a symbolic significance in Native American and the Spaniards....   [tags: Christopher Columbus, United States]

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Search For An Everyday Leader

- I recently completed an assignment that required me to search for an everyday leader. As I thought about who to interview there was one name that stood out because of her exceptional leadership skills. Her name is K.J. she is a director at a community college and has been on the field for 20 years. K.J. stated she decided to “take on her current leadership role when she was encouraged by her leader” (Johnson, 2016). Additionally, she stated that “initially, she was nervous, but having a leader instead of a manager helped her to become an effective leader” (Johnson, 2016)....   [tags: Leadership, Management, Early childhood education]

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What's Search Engine Optimization

- SEO “SEO is short for search engine optimization or search engine optimizer.”[8] “Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a search engine's natural or organic search results.”[7] On the query of the users, lists of results are obtained. Out of these results, the website with the highest rank is displayed on the top. The users can search for a particular document on the World Wide Web and the search engine enables the users to do it....   [tags: browsing techniques, web sites, URL]

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Search Tools for Libraries

- Bell (2007) writes an interesting article about tools --she says--every searcher or librarian should ever need. She discusses Boolean operators, controlled vocabulary, field searching, proximity searching, truncation, limits, and “pearl-growing.” (2007, p. 1) The first tool she discusses is Boolean, which directs the system to relate search terms the way the searcher wants them. The Boolean operators used are AND (+), OR, and AND NOT or NOT (-).by a minus sign or hyphen (-). AND results in an intersection of two sets, OR represents a joining of two sets—it actually retrieves either one or the other or both--, and NOT leaves out records that contain the word the searcher does NOT want....   [tags: Information Technology ]

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Opinion: Search of Knowledge

- While the experience, proven technique, or research of an expert on a given subject are all tremendous guides in the quest for knowledge, the opinion of said expert will almost certainly hinder or deter one in the pursuit of knowledge. The very nature of an opinion is something that undoubtedly challenges the three aforementioned factors in regards to the search of knowledge. Most definitions of the word “opinion” have the same characteristics in diction, with “a belief,” “a personal view,” and “estimate” all topping the list of the most commonly used phrases and words....   [tags: knowledge, opinion, experience, insight]

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Man's Search for Meaning

- Man’s Search for Meaning Man’s Search for Meaning is a book written by Victor Frankl. He was an Austrian neurologist, psychologists and psychiatrists. More interestingly, he was a prisoner in Nazi concentration camp. Frankl invented a method of logotherapy. This method became a basis for the Third Vienna School of Psychotherapy. The method of logotherapy is one of the existential therapy kinds based on the analysis of the senses of life. Man’s Search for Meaning carries the main thought of Frankl that question about a human’s sense of life always disturbs people in evident or latent form....   [tags: Vicktor Frankl, logotherapy, concentration camps]

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Run Away Slave Search

- ... Harrison and Newgent’s advertisement for these run away slaves are two of thousands that were documented in newspapers throughout the 1700s ranging from Massachusetts to Georgia. These advertisements would typically give the name, age and race of the run away slave. The owner would list the clothes they were wearing, scars, languages spoken and mannerisms as well as where they could have possibly gone and who might be harboring them. Advertisements almost always ended with a reward for whoever returned the property to the rightful owner....   [tags: personal narrative]

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Bad Neighbor Policy: Washington?s futile war on drugs in Latin America?

- Book review: “Bad Neighbor Policy: Washington’s futile war on drugs in Latin America” Edited by Ted Galen Carpenter Overview Introduction 3 I Modest results after thirty years of war 4 The war on drugs consequences on the drugs crops cultivation 4 The war on drugs consequences on the Latin American opinion 5 II The American strategy on the drug war: definitively a bad strategy....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The First World War Perceived to be a Futile Waste of Life in Poetry

- The First World War Perceived to be a Futile Waste of Life in Poetry "The old lie: Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori," these words were once uttered by the poet and soldier Wilfred Owen, this line needs to be remembered as the poem is based on the idea of it as 'the old lie' mocking the established belief of nationalism and duty to your country, conveyed as patriotic propaganda to the people back at home .How is it sweet and fitting to die for your country if nobody knows about your death....   [tags: Papers]

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What Is the Most Effective Method to Prevent Teen Suicide?

- The word ‘suicide’ is the combination of ‘sui’, which means ‘self’, and ‘caedo’, which means ‘killing’. ) While suicide can be defined differently according to different perspectives, general definition will be the ‘willful behaviors to kill or to harm oneself’ or ‘abandoning oneself and chipping off from belonged society’. Also, according to World Health Organization, WHO, suicide is ‘the act of deliberately killing oneself, understanding the motif and purpose of own death’. ) However, people who show suicidal behaviors intend not only to harm and punish themselves, but also express despair, futile and anger....   [tags: behaviors, despair, futile, anger, death, teenage]

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Gilead: Opposition is Futile

- The Republic of Gilead’s power comes from a violent control of its citizen’s actions. Gilead, replacing the Constitution with “the overweening patriarchal principles of Genesis,” uses force and intimidation to inspire people’s natural tendency of self-preservation and uses it to control them (Stimpson 764). They enforce compliance through fear and create a society of suspicion and anxiety. The government’s unadulterated control is evident in the atmosphere of Gilead. The people of Gilead are censored, their actions, emotions, and knowledge is not under their management....   [tags: Moral Immunity, Brainwashing]

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Search Engines

- What does make you frustrated the most, when you look at a set of inconclusive results from a search engine. For most people it is the irrelevancy of the result; but sometimes it is the unimportance and trivialness of the result. Let’s look at this problem from another angle. How does the result influence us. “Influential search,” is about searching for information that is most likely to make us take an action. If we are looking for a gadget and see one that is recommended by Steve Jobs -and is not an Apple product; no conflict of interest- we probably find it very appealing....   [tags: Information Technology ]

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The Search for Enlightenment

- The Search for Enlightenment Nature, I think we can deduce, refers not only to animals, plants, and mountains, but rather to the universe as a whole--the entirety of the physical universe ranging from human nature to quantum nature while also including, plants, animals, and mountains as part of this greater whole. It has been the search for knowledge and truths of the wonders and mysteries of "nature," or rather the universe (in other words science) that has, over the past few years been the underlying motivation in my life....   [tags: Personal Narrative Writing]

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In Search of Excellence

- In Search of Excellence Thomas J. Peters and Robert H. Waterman, Jr., wrote “In Search of Excellence” as a model covering all elements of operations and functions of businesses big and small. In Search of Excellence gives great analysis and interesting examples to back up their theories. This book discusses eight core principles and McKinsey 7-S framework chart provided to companies for success. The authors break down the topics into specific themes with thoughts and charts for knowledge. Their findings suggest that eight core principles are common for excellent organization; bias for action, close to the customer, autonomy and entrepreneurship, productivity through people, hands on, value...   [tags: Essays Papers]

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The Search for Wisdom

- The Search for Wisdom Wisdom, as defined in the dictionary, is "the sum of learning through the ages; knowledge". Plato's Socrates indicates that wisdom is the acknowledgement of ignorance. This statement may be hard to prove as true. If a deaf and dumb man came to realize that he knew nothing, because he is not able to learn it, does this make him wise. I do not believe so. Then, if a prominent professor who has studied for years and has learned many things, comes to believe that he is ignorant to the true ways of the world, does that make him wise....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Search for Quark

- What exactly is Quark. Quark: a fermion which is believed to be one of the fundamental constituents of matter. All quarks have a fractional electric charge1. This pretty much means quarks have ½ spin (rotate two full rotations to get to place it started), apply to Pauli Exclusion Principle, is one of the things that make up all matter, and its electric charge is a fraction. There are three different colors of quark; red, green, and blue. The colors always up to white. Also there are three different kinds of antiquark; cyan, yellow, and magenta....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Apartment Search

- The process of choosing and leasing an apartment is sometimes a difficult, challenging, and very stressful task. In order to make the best possible decision for yourself, you must take into consideration a variety of issues. The two most important factors of finding an apartment are the amount that you are willing to spend on rent each month and the neighborhood in which the apartment is located. Choosing a place to live is one of the most important decisions that you will have to make. Before you start your search for an apartment you will want to decide how much is acceptable to spend on rent....   [tags: Housing]

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Traditional Search Model

- THE TRADITIONAL SEARCH MODEL When we refer to the “traditional search model”, we mean the method of engagement and measurement of success common in most retained search projects. In most instances, it looks like this: A client has a specific role to fill and needs an individual with a specific array of skills and experience to fill that role. Due to limited time or access, the client chooses to hire an outside firm to search and recruit qualified candidates to the role. The success of the project is most often measured by whether or not the search firm was able to identify and ultimately attract a desirable candidate....   [tags: Business Analysis ]

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Search Engine Optimization

- Search Engine Optimization Introduction Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the act of enhancing the visibility and making web presence to expand the amount of page views to the website. SEO is not just to know about the search engines, but it is to make one’s site better for the users. It is an ongoing process of discovering keywords that will drive the search traffic and thus reach the target audience. This process is sometimes also referred to as content marketing strategy. The most popular search engines are Google which dominates the search engine market followed by Bing, Ask, Baidu, Yandex and others which have their own algorithms for providing search results....   [tags: website, web content, spamming]

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Search Engine Optimization

- If you were writing SEO text solely for machines, optimization would be simple. Sprinkle in some keywords, rearrange them at random and watch the hit counter skyrocket. Sometimes SEO copy writers forget that this isn't the case. Real people read your text and they expect something in return for the time and attention they give you. They expect good content, and their expectations have shaped how search engines rank your site. What Is Good Content. Good SEO content has three primary characteristics: Offers useful information presented in an engaging format to human readers Boosts search engine rankings Attracts plenty of links from other sites Note that human readers come first on th...   [tags: Beneficial SEO Material]

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The Act of Search and Seizure in the United States

- ... If no warrant is present and any evidence was obtained during an unlawful search, it cannot be admitted and must be dropped due to the exclusionary rule. The trial case of Mapp vs. Ohio declared that all evidence obtained by searches and seizures in violation of the Constitution is inadmissible in a criminal trial in a state court. As a result, “[t]he Exclusionary Rule prevents the government from using most evidence gathered in violation of the United States Constitution…applies to evidence gained from an unreasonable search or seizure in violation of the Fourth Amendment....   [tags: privacy, authority, right, evidence]

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Critically Discussion of the Issue of Stop and Search

- The issue of stop and search is considered to be an extremely controversial area. There is significant debate on the legitimacy and the accountability of police powers when conducting stop and search, which has led to concerns about the effectiveness of policing. Reiner (2000: 80) has stated that policing is ‘beyond legitimation’ as a result of consistent complaints concerning the abuse of police powers within stop and search. The cause for concern is not only raised by the public, or other agencies, but is now recognised by senior British police officers (Ainsworth, 2002: 28)....   [tags: arrest rate, modern policing, police power]

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Technology And Science Of Search Engine Positioning

- As search engines and directories have increased in number, sophistication, and complexity, so too have the art and science of search engine positioning. Existing search engines and directories are constantly changing their search engine algorithms and striking new alliances, and new search engines are emerging. Search engines have evolved from academic and research tools with intriguing names like Archie, Gopher, Veronica, and Jughead to some of the most-visited sites on the Web (still with novel names like Yahoo....   [tags: World Wide Web, Internet, File Transfer Protocol]

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In Search of Wagner by Theodor W. Adorno

- ... For example when he describes the different types of listeners, he equates certain genres such as jazz with a lower social status or lower musical intelligence. From a purely theoretical advantage, this can lead Adorno to make inaccurate and sweeping interpretations of the music he analyses. Adorno opens “his search” for Wagner with an analysis of Wagner as a social character. Wagner, who came from the "Bohemian milieu of dilettantish artists," begs for sympathy and for money (Adorno, Search, 15)....   [tags: fascism and anti-Semitism]

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Search For Freedom in "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"

- In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, the search for freedom is a big factor for both Huck and Jim throughout the story. Even thought Huck and Jim are both trying to escape from different reasons, their journeys were similar along the way in the sense that both of them had terrible lives until they escaped. Huck and Jim were both pretty much trying to accomplish the same things; get away from their awful lives and start over. Jim was trying to escape from slavery while Huck was not only trying to get away from his father who treated him poorly, but he was also trying to escape from civilization itself....   [tags: Classic American Literature]

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The Police Attempted An Illegal Search And Seizure

- This assignment will cover a fictitious name of Mary Cooper a woman accused of harboring a fugitive, and illegal stolen equipment. The police attempted an illegal search and seizure in her home without a search warrant. This violates her Fourth Amendment rights. Cooper held that the Fourth Amendment’s protection against unreasonable searches and seizures require the exclusion of evidence found though an illegal search by state and local police officers, extending to the state a rule that previously applied onto to federal law enforcement....   [tags: Supreme Court of the United States]

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Monty Python And The Search For The Holy Grail

- Hey, you. Can you give me your favorite Monty Python and the Search for the Holy Grail quote. This movie is filled with all kinds of hilarious puns and jokes that can make anyone laugh til they cry. The group Monty Python is a comedy group out of England that is made up of six actors. Most of their skits have some historical background to them. Which is the same in the movie Monty Python and the Search for the Holy Grail. Anyone with an eye for the medieval times can pull of many true historical factors....   [tags: Holy Grail, King Arthur]

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The Public Schools' Right to Search and Seizure

- Public school's right to search student lockers. The school locker is usually the only private space available to a student in the environment of the school. So it focuses many of the main issues involved in privacy of the students. The 4th Amendment of the US Constitution states “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses,papers,and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the person or things to be seized.” In 1980 Supreme Court case, New Jersey v....   [tags: Argumentative, Persuasive Essay]

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The Anatomy Of A Large Scale Search Engine

- In 1995, the founders of Google, Larry Page and Sergey Brin met at Stanford. A year later in 1996, Larry and Sergey began collaborating on a search engine called BackRub. Backrub operated on the Stanford servers for more than a year before taking up too much bandwidth. The following year, on September 15th, 1997, Google.com is registered as a domain. The founders created Google with a mission in mind, to organize a seemingly infinite amount of information on the web. The name itself is a representation of this mission, Google is a play on the word “googol" a mathematical term for the number represented by the numeral one followed by 100 zeroes (“Our history”)....   [tags: Google, Sergey Brin, Larry Page, PageRank]

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Karl Popper : The Search For Extraterrestrial Life

- Karl Popper questions if the search for extraterrestrial life can be called science or not. According to him, in order for anything to be considered science it must be falsifiable and for that it has to have a test that can falsify it. Karl Popper says that the criteria for science is its falsifiability, or refutability, or testability. Considering Popper’s argument, it can be seen clearly that the search for Extraterrestrial life is actually not science because we can only try to find if life exists and not if life doesn’t exist, so we can’t find evidence that could falsify life anywhere on the Universe....   [tags: Scientific method, Falsifiability, Life, Earth]

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The Search for Enlightenment in Siddhartha, by Hermann Hesse

- The story of Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse is a story of love , learning and the search of happiness for inner self. The main character Siddhartha has learned all that is needed from the holy books and his teachers but believes none has really helped him reach the enlightment he truly searches for. His only solution was to become free and leave his family and go where life takes him, which starts off by joining the Samanas , a group of priests who go through life by practicing asceticism....   [tags: Enlightenment, Siddhartha Essays]

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August Raintree : A Challenging Search For Identity

- April Raintree: A Challenging Search for Identity The constant shifting of tectonic plates can lead a future of rough, uneven or desturbed terrain. Often times when plates collide mountain ranges or volcanoes are formed but the relationship and distance between continents can also change. In the book “April Raintree” by Beatrice Culleton, the constant shifts in April’s life cause a permanent confusion as to who she is and how she identifies herself later on in life. This confusion results in many struggles due to her erratic shifts in Relationships, lifestyles, and emotions....   [tags: Foster care, Family, Plate tectonics, Sibling]

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Standard Search Engines And The Deep Web

- “The Invisible Web”, or more commonly known and referred to as “The Deep Web”, is a segment of the Internet that is not visible through conventional browsers. In addition to this, information contained in the Deep Web cannot be indexed by standard search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo, etcetera. The key reason for this primarily due to the fact that standard search engines cannot directly access data that is held in private databases, which in turn creates problems when typical search engines try to index content from the Deep Web....   [tags: World Wide Web, Deep Web, Surface Web, Crime]

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The Search For Truth in Into the Wild by John Krakauer

- Who is Christopher McCandless. McCandless was born February 12, 1968 in El Segundi, California. Later on, due to Walt McCandless', Christopher's father, success as an aerospace engineer "[Christopher] was raised in the comfortable upper middle class environs of Annandale, Virginia"(Krakauer 14). Similarly to many people today, Walt McCandless made injurious decisions; during the birth of Christopher and his sister, Carine, Walt was still married. In turn, this leaves them to be bastard children....   [tags: Into the Wild Essays]

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Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence is an Ongoing Process

- Search for extraterrestrial intelligence is an ongoing process. Understanding life is the first step. When looking for life in our solar system and universe, the first place to begin the search for life is to look at life on Earth. Earth has six properties found in all organisms and eight possible theories to how life begin. Over 3 billion years ago till the present; life has gone from a single organism to what it is now. Natural selection enabled life to adapt and enhance the odds of survival. The next step is to look for planets that are within the habitual zone that could possibly sustain extraterrestrial life....   [tags: extraterrestrial life, solar system, clay theory]

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Search for an Alternative Fuel Source for Automobiles

- Search for an Alternative Fuel Source for Automobiles Since it’s invention and birth in 1886 automobiles have influenced the world in a huge way. It saved people a lot of energy, time and money. Motorized wagons replaced horse carriages and within a few decades Ford started making affordable models of cars with higher efficiency, which revolutionized the concept of transportation. The first ever car that was built was powered by steam. But with development in science and technology other efficient fuel sources were invented....   [tags: electricity, solar power, hybrids]

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The Search For Independence By Joyce Carol Oates

- The Search for Independence The short story, Where are you going. Where have you been. Written by Joyce Carol Oates is about a young girl, fifteen of age. Who is vulnerable and occupied with her physical looks, yet has a lot of confidence in herself also because of her pretty looks. Connie always has conflicts with her family, especially with her mother because she thinks that her mother mistreats her due to her pretty looks and always have comments about everything she does. She hates the idea of her mother always comparing her to her big sister, June, who is 24 years old, with hideous looks....   [tags: Joyce Carol Oates, Short story, Adult]

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How Do Search Engines Work?

- Since the publication of the World Wide Web in 1991 people have been using search engines to obtain their information (Berners-Lee). These sources of information have greatly evolved over the past two decades and are continuing to become more efficient. Even though most any person with a computer uses a search engine, many do not know how it works. For starters, there are two main types of web searches: crawler based and human powered. Google is a prime example of a crawler or “spider” based engine; it gets information from sites automatically by following a preset algorithm....   [tags: ]

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The Search Engine Software And Cloud Computing

- The Google car: to some skeptics, this may sound like a cash grab for the multi-billion company, known for its fast information gathering search engine software and cloud computing. But to others who believe technology is the future, this may revolutionize the driving industry as we know it, forever changing the way we get from point A to point B. At first I myself didn’t believe that such a product even existed; until one day while I was on the computer, randomly searching up things that I found interesting....   [tags: Automobile, Walking, Wheel, Driving]

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The Search For Freedom in Jon Krakauer's Into the Wild

- An obsession can begin with the smallest of events. Ideas, real or fancied, of what one’s life could be like without the ties that bind them, positive or negative, consume the mind and create visions of freedom from the demands of family, government, or even society as a whole. McCandless’s discovery of his parent’s indiscretions was the onset of his obsession; an obsession which grew exponentially over a short period of time that fettered him to the notion that to be truly happy and free, he must rid himself of everyone he had ever known and everything he had ever owned....   [tags: Into the Wild Essays]

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The Search For Eternal Life In the Epic of Gilgamesh

- Grieving for days, lost in thoughts, and stricken with immense sadness and loss of direction, Gilgamesh laments for days over the loss of his friend Enkidu. Gilgamesh shouts aloud the following statement in regards to his current state of bereavement: “Me. Will I too not die like Enkidu. Sorrow has come into my belly. I fear death; I roam over the hills. I will seize the road; quickly I will go to the house of Utnapishtim, offspring of Ubaratutu” (Gardner Tablet IX 2-7). Gilgamesh so much feared death that he threw away his honor as a warrior in order to obtain immortality....   [tags: Epic of Gilgamesh Essays]

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