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Evaluation of a modified neck snare to live-capture coyotes

- Pruss, S.D., N.L. Cool, R.J. Hudson and A.R. Gaboury. 2002. Evaluation of a modified neck snare to live-capture coyotes. Wildlife Society bulletin. 30(2):508-516. Many researchers opt for the most humane and safe techniques when obtaining live animals for study. A variety of devices are employed in the trapping of coyotes (Canis latrans), one option being the neck snare. Since all trapping methods have their dangers, researchers in the article “Evaluation of a modified neck snare to live-capture coyotes,” are motivated to improve trap safety to decrease mortality rates....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Sir Gawain Preparing Himself and His Neck

- Sir Gawain Preparing Himself and His Neck Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, written by an anonymous fourteenth-century poet, describes the Arthurian legend about the Green Knight’s game with Sir Gawain. Now almost a year passes since the Green Knight has started a friendly challenge of a blow for a blow. And it is time for Sir Gawain to prepare and to meet the Green Knight to receive his strike. Sir Gawain sees how the people around him care for him and wish he didn’t have to go....   [tags: Arthurian Legands English Literature Essays]

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Description of the Shubb Capo

- Description of the Shubb Capo Introduction- General Description The Shubb Capo is a simple mechanism that is used to bar the strings of any fretted, stringed instrument, on a certain fret therefore changing its key. The Capo consists of four major parts: the main frame (figure #3), containing the string bar and to which all of the other parts are connected, the neck brace (figure #2), which is the piece that secures the capo to the neck of the instrument, the pivoting lock mechanism (figure #1) that works with the locking screw, to force the neck brace to the back of the neck of the instrument, and the protective rubber arm (figure #4) that fits over the string bar to pad the fret bo...   [tags: Papers]

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Descriptive Essay- Describing Bass Guitar

- Description paper You can describe an object a few ways. Depending on what that object is, you have to decide on the best manner of analyzing it. If you were describing a musical instrument like a bass or guitar, the physical description might be sufficient. However, to a musician there's a lot more to it. Sitting in a music stand in the corner of a room right now is a bass. This bass looks very simple to the eye, but actually has a lot more detail than you think. To the normal eye, someone sees a smooth body shape with a long wooden neck overlapping and continuing vertically up....   [tags: description essay, observation essay]

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how do image and sound create meaning and what other functions does so

- Baby's First Sweater size: 6 months - 1 year; chest size: 21 1/2"; finished size: 22" materials: 4-ply worsted weight yarn; needles size 8, 1 ¼ yrds 3/8" satin ribbon gauge: stockinette stitch on size 8 needles-- 9 stitches = 2" 6 rows = 1" back: cast on 50 stitches (sts) • row 1: work in garter stitch (knit every row) for 6 rows. • row 7: work in stockinette stitch until 7” from beg. end purl row. • note: width across back is 11". sleeve shaping: cast on 24 sts at end of just worked purl row....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Spurn Point

- Spurn Point The photo shows Spurn Point from the south. The buildings in the foreground are a lifeboat station and Humber Pilots base. These are soon to be abandoned due to the likelyhood of the neck of the spit being breached. To the right deposition inside the curve of the spit (Old Den) can be seen. Just to the northwest of the lighthouse seen in the centre of the picture, but not visible in this photo are the old lighthouse keepers buildings, now derilict and partly overwhelmed by sand....   [tags: Papers]

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The Disproval Of Spontaneous Generation

- From the beginning of time it was believed that living things could come from nonliving things. This process was known as spontaneous generation. However, in the middle of the 17th century and then through the next 100 years, this idea was disproved by three important experiments. We now know that a nonliving object or group of objects can not turn into a living organism. Spontaneous generation is impossible in the atmosphere that we have today. In the early 1600’s, people believed that living organisms could evolve from nonliving organisms....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Preventing Computer Vision Syndrome

- Preventing Computer Vision Syndrome Many people in today’s world experience a number of discomforts in relation to spending too much time in front of a computer. These discomforts are especially common for students at Iowa State University because computer technology is used for most of the classes taught here. Many students are unaware of the damage that they are doing to themselves by staring at computer screens for extended periods of time. This paper will describe some of the effects that these students may experience which include: dry, burning eyes; blurred vision; delayed focusing; altered color perception; headaches; tired eyes; eyestrain; sore eyes; red eyes; contact lens discomfo...   [tags: Health Vision Computer Essays]

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Medical Diagnosis

- CHIEF COMPLAINT: A 45-year-old female with one month unilateral paroxysmal left sided headaches and sharp and shooting pain in back of head up to the top of skull referring into face, back of eyes and ears causing photophobia and nausea. Associated neck pain and discomfort with occasional muscle spasms and paraesthesia, dysaesthesia and reduced sensation of the scalp region [1]. HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: Frequent migraine headaches but recently, the character of headache has changed from a pulsating throbbing pain to a burning, aching and shooting type [2]....   [tags: Medical Diagnosis]

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History of Capital Punishment

- History of Capital Punishment Execution is a common punishment throughout the world for cruel and unspeakable acts of violence and acts of rage. The cruelest form of execution is hard to say because there are many different forms of execution. Execution dates back to the middle ages. It was used for a large number of crimes including petty offenses involving property. Most death sentences involved torture, such as burning at the stake, breaking on the wheel, and strangulation. Burning at the stake was a popular death sentence and means of torture, used mostly for witches and suspicious women....   [tags: Papers]

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History of The Guillotine

- The guillotine was first introduced during the French Revolution by a man named Dr. Joseph Ignace Guillotin. He is a physician who first was involved with the issues of medicine. On December 1, 1789 he became interested in the idea of capital punishment. He invented the guillotine. It was a contraption used for causing immediate and painless death. It included a falling blade, running between two upright boards of wood and later a basket. Therefore, one may believe that the design of the guillotine helped with executions....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Elusive Term

- The Elusive Term The word "ring-giver" is slippery because it does not stick to its logical meaning. Once researched and defined, it is known that a ring-giver is a king or overlord. Not just a king can be called a ring-giver. A person in an administrative position can be referred to as a ring-giver. The thanes who received this award of arm-ring or neck-ring proved their battle-worthiness and were held in high respect by their kinsmen. Therefore the warriors kept close watch of their rewards. After research, one also finds the term "ring-giver" is a kenning; or Anglo - Saxon metaphor....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Creative Story: The Chronic Swamp Murders

- Creative Story: The Chronic Swamp Murders One day while Joe and Jill Hemp were walking through Chronic swamp they came across a trail of blood in the water. They followed the trail until it stopped at a dead body. The body was of a man who was wearing a camouflage outfit. They immediately ran back to their house, which was not far from the murder site and called the police. Their house was located right on the edge of the swamp. When the police got there they roped off the whole area so they could start their investigation....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Makeup for Performers

- Makeup for Performers --------------------- Aging with Grease Makeup. There are a lot of makeup's you can use to produce an aging affect, but I decided to use grease. The grease makeup I used was a skin tone palate by Kryolan. Before doing any makeup techniques I studied the shape and size of my bone structure and my facial features, this is so I knew where to shade and highlight. To create the aging affect I practiced shading and highlighting both on my hand and my face, to do this I used a small-medium sized brush....   [tags: Drama]

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Personal Narrative: My Brother's Sports Injury

- Personal Narrative: My Brother's Sports Injury The social forces of the world today have a tremendous impact on a person's life. Social forces can make you change the way you think, the way you act, and even your personality, especially on early teens. In some cases people don't realize it is changing them. My brother, Beau, attends school in Shawnee, Oklahoma. He is a 4.0 honor student and president of his class. He plays football, basketball, baseball, and wrestles. He is "Mr. Popular" amongst his fellow classmates, but on February 5, 1999 this would all change....   [tags: Papers]

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The Massospondylus Carinatus Fossils

- ... 1.2 ) Dating and naming of the fossils The fossil was named Massospondylus (massōn, "longer") (spondylos, "vertebra") this name comes from the Greek. In 1854 by Sir Richard Owens 1.3) Description of main fossil/s found at the site Massopondylus carinatus, was a medium sized herbivore, had a small head and large eye sockets . large teeth and nostrils, its upper jaw jutted out beyond its bottom jaw and had a variety of tooth types. Scientists are not sure whether this animal was a herbivore or carnivore, but evidence from the stomach proves that it was a herbivore....   [tags: jurassic period, dinosaur]

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The Second Coming

- The Second Coming In his poem "The Second Coming," Yeats predicts cataclysmic changes about to be wrought upon human kind. He states, "Things fall apart; the center cannot hold;/Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world," (1511). This statement is in line with Modernistic thought of this time period. Modernistic writers felt that traditional teachings left something to be desired, and that it was time for change. There was a huge upheaval in religious beliefs and current religious convictions were being challenged with new scientific knowledge....   [tags: Second Coming]

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Dystonia Will Not Control My Life

- Dystonia Will Not Control My Life Have you ever wondered what life would be like with an uncontrollable muscle spasm. How would it change your life. One type of muscle spasm is called Dystonia, which causes a twitching with a group of muscles moving involuntarily. Understanding what Dystonia is can help the victim's and everyone who knows them. People with Dystonia are different then people without it because thay are sometimes not able to do the same physical activities. For example a "normal" person can drive a car, a person with spasmodic torticollis, a form of dystonia that affects the neck and shoulders, might have dystonia so badly that they can't watch the road long enough to...   [tags: Personal Narrative Essay Example]

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18th century

- The Eighteenth Century During the 18th century, Louis XV became the King of France at age 5. A new style, Rococo, was introduced which created a more slender and delicate appearance with an asymmetrical balance. Also, during this period of time France was involved in many wars which caused the country to go into debt. Louis XV died in 1774 who was known to be the most hated king. His grandson, Louis XVI became king. At the age of 14, he married an Austrian princess, Marie Antoinette, who did not like the customs and etiquette of the French court....   [tags: essays research papers]

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- The Road Less Traveled People often go through their life working-out and going to the gym to get “buff.” For ninety-five percent of Americans that do work out, few can say that they have pushed themselves as hard as possible, but I have the distinct, and often painful, pleasure of knowing that there is another way to work out. This option is unlike any other that I have ever personally been through; and is a way that I would not wish on any average American. 4:55 a.m. Seventeen degrees Fahrenheit, a mild breeze of ten miles per-hour-- for the fifth day in a row and second consecutive month, it is time for me to wake up, make the face-numbing, core-hardening walk through the snow to t...   [tags: essays research papers]

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Susan Glaspell's Trifles - The Sweetness of Revenge

- Sweetness of Revenge Susan Glaspell’s play, Trifles, seems to describe the ultimate women’s suffrage story. No longer will men have an upper hand against women after reading this story. Cleverness will be the key to retaining power from the men in this story. The one thing that woman are criticized for, the idea that women tend to look at the ‘little picture’ instead of the ‘whole picture’, will be there path to victory. Two stories of revenge are told in this story, the revenge of suppression and revenge of being portrayed as ‘unsophisticated, unintelligent’ women....   [tags: Trifles Essays]

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Sir Gawain and Green Knight Essays: Allegory

- Allegory in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight Discuss the allegorical significance of the following words of the Green Knight, You are so fully confessed, your failings made known,/ And bear the plain penance of the point of my blade,/ I hold you polished as a pearl, as pure and as bright/ As you had lived free of fault since first you were born . These words are uttered by the Green Knight almost immediately after he delivered the third blow on Gawain s neck (l 2391-2394). They should be understood as referring to events which began with Gawain s arrival at the Lord s castle....   [tags: Sir Gawain Green Knight Essays]

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What is a Ring-giver?

- What is a Ring-giver. Those who’ve been asked for the definition of a ring-giver have answered with a dumbfounded facial expression, “Does it have anything to do with the movie Lord of the Rings?" Or others might simply think that the word "ring-giver" basically means a person who gives out rings. This word can be considered a vague term because it might sound like it has one implication, but in fact, it actually has a deeper meaning. During the Anglo-Saxon period, the word "ring-giver" is also labeled as a kenning, which is an extended metaphor....   [tags: Definition Ring Giver Essays]

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A people and a nation

- Oral Cancer consists of cancer cells in the mouth, including the lip, gums cheeks, tongue, tonsils, and floor of the mouth. In 1992 there were approximately 11,500 new cases diagnosed and 2,200 deaths in the United States. It’s a proven fact that more men then women are affected. The primary cause of mouth cancer is tobacco use. Like smoking, chewing, and dipping. Smokers are 4 to 15 times more likely to develop cancer of the mouth. Another cause of this cancer is chronic or excessive alcohol consumption....   [tags: essays research papers]

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lesson plan for saxophone first lesson

- Saxophone First Lesson Plan: Introduce yourself to the student, and learn their name. „P First, show the student how to put the saxophone together: 1. Attach neck to the saxophone body 2. Then, attach mouthpiece to neck 3. Finally, attach the neck strap to saxophone 4. Tell them that it is a good idea to put the reed in their mouth while they put their instruments together, so it will be moist and ready for play by the time the clarinet is assembled. „P Next, you show them the correct posture: 5....   [tags: essays research papers]

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How the Concentration of Sodium Thiosulphate Influences Speed of Reaction with Dilute Hydrochloric Acid

- How the Concentration of Sodium Thiosulphate Influences Speed of Reaction with Dilute Hydrochloric Acid Aim: I am investigating how the concentration of sodium thiosulphate influences the speed of reaction with dilute hydrochloric acid. Equipment ========= * 1 piece of paper with a cross on it * 1 timer * 1 conical flask 100ml * 1 test tube brush * 119ml Sodium thiosulphate * 14ml 100% Hydrochloric acid * 1 beaker 400ml * 1 beaker 10ml 1....   [tags: Papers]

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Original Writing

- Original Writing My parents had gone to my dad’s work’s dinner and dance and my sister had gone to the pub with some friends. I was home alone. I was sitting in the living room watching the cricket on TV, when I got a phone call: it was my sister, I couldn’t understand her and then I hung up, I thought to myself that was a bit weird, but thought nothing of it. She got back about two minutes later, she said “I’ve been in a car crash” she said. She was with two mates, one had been in the car with her and the other had been driving behind her....   [tags: Free Essays]

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Examining the 'Self' in Spinal Cord Injury Patients

- Examining the 'Self' in Spinal Cord Injury Patients A man leaves home to go horseback riding. The horse goes out of control. In the hospital, he learns that he his paralyzed and will probably never walk again. He never thought it would happen to him ... For several unsuspecting Americans each year, this scenario represents something all too real. The man in the abstract I was referring to was the actor Christopher Reeve and it is his paralysis that I will be examining in relation to the 'self'....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]

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Putting Capital Punishment to Death

- Hanging, the firing squad, the gas chamber, the electric chair, lethal injection; these are some present methods of the death penalty. Capital punishment has been used in America for a long time, and has always presented conflicts. There are many groups that protest capital punishment, and there are many groups that are for it. The controversies it presents have to do with the cost, if it is humane, or if it is moral. With all of these problems taken into consideration, it is clear to anyone that capital punishment is the wrong choice....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Sintering in Fluidized Bed

- Sintering in Fluidized Bed Processes for cleaner and more efficient energy generation from feed stocks such as coals, lignites, peats, and waste liquors use fluidized beds that are operated at high temperatures and pressures. These processes involve systems that are multi-phase and have complex chemical reactions. Research work has tackled a number of aspects, including mechanical engineering aspects of the reactors, reaction chemistry and products, characterization and physical properties of the ash, fouling by ash deposits and the phenomenon of defluidization by agglomeration or sintering of the ash particles....   [tags: essays papers]

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The Guitar

- The Guitar About five hundred years ago the guitar was invented. Since then, the guitar has played a crucial role in music. It serves as the heart for song, from Jazz, to Blues, to Heavy Metal. The guitar is perhaps the most important instrument in modern music. The two types of guitar most popular today, are the acoustic and electric guitar. The first guitar like instruments looked nothing like the guitars of today. These instruments were called lutes. Lutes later became vihuelas, which then evolved into the guitar in the fifteenth century....   [tags: Papers]

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The Vampire Strikes

- The shadows on the walls of the dank corridors appeared to move into strange contortions in the flickering torchlight. Slowly but purposefully the cloaked man moves through the avenue of suits of armour. It is almost as though he is hunting something as he stalks down the corridors, like a wild animal on the prowl. He is tall, almost unnaturally so and his face is startlingly white. He is dressed all in black, apart from the lining of his cloak, which is a deep blood red....   [tags: Creative Writing Essays]

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Audrey Hepburn's Neck

- Western Conceptions and Coming to Age in Alan Brown's Audrey Hepburn's Neck Alan Brown's story is a comical yet emotional tale of a Japanese man obsessed with American women, after viewing his first Audrey Hepburn film at the age of nine. Jane, a flamboyant American English teacher, seduces Toshi, a twenty-three-year-old manga cartoonist living in Tokyo. As Toshi tries to carve a life for himself, he discovers the complexities associated with sexuality and American women, especially Jane. Throughout the book, Brown beautifully captures how atypical and baffling the Western style can be to someone from outside the culture....   [tags: World Cultures]

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Creative Essays: The Dream

- A glinting piece of metal catches my eyes, within the darkness. My feet walk quietly over to the glinting metal; my feet take steps cautiously towards it for some reason. I looked at the piece of metal and took in the circular edging. I stared into the reflecting surface and stumbled in shock at the reflection. Instead of my normal appearance; all I could see was pink hair, a silhouette face and body, with a matching pair of eyes looking into the mirror. This isn't me I averted my eyes to look around in the blackness of the room, I or she was currently in....   [tags: puppet, neck, glinting metal]

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The Definition of Rheumatoid Arthritis

- Padilla, Byers- Connon, Lohman (2012) define Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) as a progressive autoimmune disease with onset in young adulthood or midlife. RA initially presents with inflammation and pain in the metacarpophalangeal and interphalangeal joints of the hands and eventually progresses to other organs. Signs and symptoms characteristic of RA include fatigue, loss of appetite, fever, deformities, overall achiness or stiffness that occurs on awakening, also indicates systemic involvement. The severity of the systemic symptoms usually matches the severity of joint involvement....   [tags: progressive autoimmune disease]

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Math and Music

- Math and Music When you listen to a piece of music you usually don’t think of math, but the two are interlinked and music always involves math even though we don’t always realize it. When musicians play music they are using mathematical formulas to play. There are formulas for making cords, scales and a formula for the what notes they play. Musical notation also involves math, you use time signatures while playing along to a piece of music which are basically just fractions, 3/4,7/4, and 4/4 are all time signatures....   [tags: Papers]

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Versatile Uses for Scarves

- For centuries, scarf has been the foremost versatile accent for ladies. This text talks concerning some basic scarf attachment directions or steps on the way to tie a shawl for many common and common forms of scarves. Due to varied scarf styles, materials and shapes out there of late, scarf has become a perfect accent for all seasons and occasions. If worn well, it adds barely of magnificence and charm to any formal or informal apparel. Commonly, fashionable or modern scarf is created of silk, material or acetate that give a lightweight weight, fluid movement, strength, and a shiny end....   [tags: shawl, bandana, designer]

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Heroes in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by Joseph Campbell

- Heroes in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by Joseph Campbell Many would agree that although there are many stories about heroes, they all seem similar in some way. Joseph Campbell wrote many books about this theory of a "hero cycle" that every hero story follows. In Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, this pattern is clearly exemplified and it shows the numerous steps in Joseph Campbell's idea of the hero cycle. The first step in Campbell's hero cycle is "the call." This is when the hero of the story is drawn into some type of journey, challenge, or adventure....   [tags: Papers]

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Jack the Ripper

- Jack the Ripper terrorized the streets of London of unknown reasons. With his ability to disappear he was impossible to track, therefore making him one of the most interesting and clever criminals known to man. In 1888, five prostitutes were brutally murdered within a tiny area of the East End of London. The killings rapidly occurred over an 11- week period but they have both haunted and fascinated people for over a hundred years. (Jakubowski 16) There is no reason to believe that the victims were known to associate with each other and they varied by age....   [tags: Terrorism, White Chapel, London]

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The Conquistador

- A tall, stately conquistador sat high in the saddle of his blood red, high stepping stallion, its long tail was perched high over his back, the masculine man adorning the magnificent creature sat as if in a rocking chair as the high spirited animal danced about. The conquistador held his stallion firmly by his reins, forcing his steed to step to the side as the rest of the regiment moved along the trail, trudging alone in the balmy heat, he removed his helmet tucking it firmly under his left arm against his body, he located his handkerchief that he had tucked into his left sleeve of his shirt, retrieving the white hanky Carrasco begin dabbing his handkerchief around his forehead and the back...   [tags: Creative Writing Examples]

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The Experience Of War

- The Experience Of War Many authors have written about war themes, some extracts of the stories and poems that I have read and researched are The Upturned Face by Steven Crane .It is about a fictional war being fought in an imaginary Europe. Homage to Catalonia by George Orwell describes his senses and feeling of getting shot in the neck during battle. Exposure by Wilfred Owen,describes the horrors and reality of being in the trenches of the First World War. And The Making of Me by Robert Westall is about a shell-shocked grandfather who has the responsibility of looking after his grandchild....   [tags: English Literature]

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Charles Darwin's Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection

- Darwin is considered by other people as the creator of Evolution. Darwin was not the only man to arrive at the theory of evolution. Darwin came to his theory of evolution at the same time as an another man who goes by the name of Alfred Russell Wallace came to the same conclusion. Wallace being relatively unknown was not respected for having the same conclusion because the fact that people were so apt to listen to the theory’s of Charles Darwin. After time Darwin published a book On the Origin of Species, and it was a big success: it’s first printing sold out immediately and a second printing sold out a month later....   [tags: Natural Selection, Evolution Essays]

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Darwin's On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection

- In 1859, Charles Darwin published On the Origin of Species: by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life, a work which was set change our ideas on how we think about the natural world, how it works, ways in which it develops itself. Although making the briefest of commentaries about the human, parallels in thinking can be drawn on the behaviour of the natural world to the way of humans. I will look to understand nature first to analysis if our behaviour as humans is similar to that of the natural world, to understand the barriers that may effect change or to an extreme evolution....   [tags: Scientific Research ]

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Infertility

- Infertility is a significant and common problem; approximately 9% of couples throughout the world are infertile with 56% of couples needing treatment (Boivin et al, 2007). Study by Mike Hull demonstrated that sperm dysfunction is the single most common cause of male infertility (Hull, 1985). This observation has been confirmed by other studies with report that dysfunctional sperm may exist against entirely normal semen analysis and conversely normal sperm function with very poor samples (oligozoospermia) (3-4 in Cris paper)....   [tags: Health, Reproduction, Sperm Hyperactivation]

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Shirts and What They Say about the Man Who Wears Them

- A man’s dress shirt can speak volumes about his personality. The colors, the collar and cuff styles and even the fabric and fit of the shirt all combine to create an impression. By selecting each carefully a man can control first impressions and second glances. A man needs between six to ten shirts per week to have a fresh look for everyday. With a little help, a man can cultivate just the right look for himself. The first choice to consider is the preferred fit of the shirt. Today shirts come in three basic fit styles....   [tags: telling personality through clothing]

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Neck and Shoulder Pain Caused by Posture

- Being a dental assistant can be very challenging when it comes to posture and sitting properly. There are several musculoskeletal disorders that can affect your job in the long run. Some so severe you may have to have surgery!. I don’t think we want that. Dental assistant mostly experience right-sided neck and shoulder pain, also hand and finger pain that is worst in the first and second fingers. If it doesn’t get taken care of immediately, this pain could lead to muscle imbalances, ischemia, nerve compression, or disc degeneration....   [tags: dental assistant, porture, neck pain]

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History of Throgs Neck and Maritime College

- History of Throgs Neck and Maritime College. “In September 1642, John Throgmorton , with 35 families applied to the Dutch authorities in Niew Amsterdam for permission to settle in. Permission was granted in October 1642, and the conlonists settled on the long neck lying south of what is Eastchester Bay today and named it Throgmorton’s Neck after their leader. By the time of the American Revolution, the name had been contracted to Throgg’s Neck. Throgmorton and his colony thrived for short time, for in the later part of 1643, the Siwanoy Indians attacked the colony and destroyed it....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Analysis Of The Story ' Anna Round The Neck '

- In every rags to riches story, the protagonist eventually must decide whether it is better to continue to associate with impoverished loved ones from the past, or whether he or she should instead abandon former relationships and enjoy all that the life of fame and fortune has to offer. Anton Chekhov gives his readers a snapshot of a young woman in such a scenario in his short story Anna Round the Neck. While this story certainly gives a glimpse of the social climate in Russia during the nineteenth century, its primary focus is the transformation of Anyuta (Anna) Leontyich from a meek, formerly impoverished newlywed into a free-spirited, self-confident noblewoman....   [tags: Social class, Short story, Anton Chekhov]

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The Attic Black Figure Ovoid Neck Amphora

- The Attic Black-Figure Ovoid Neck-Amphora is a pottery piece that one does not know a lot about. It was produced sometime between 600 to 400 B.C., and is now housed at the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, Nebraska. It was used to hold liquids and was often a source of trade for the Greek potters. In this paper, one will learn how the pottery was made, what the designs on the vase mean, history, and about the culture of the Greeks. The first step in understanding the Attic Black-Figure Ovoid Neck-Amphora and other black figure pottery is to understand how the pottery is made....   [tags: Greek mythology, Athena, Black-figure pottery]

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Meeting At Colts Neck Annual Board Meeting

- On the evening of Thursday, April 7, 2016, I attended The Grande at Colts Neck monthly board meeting. My reason for attending the meeting was to ask a few questions about when the grass will be cut and about having security cameras installed on the exterior of my unit due to the disturbing and alarming behavior actions committed by several female residents on Federal Key. Unbeknownst to me two of the female residents that have falsely accused me and my husband of various actions toward them also decided to attend the meeting....   [tags: Board of directors, Management, Fiduciary]

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Career Development Assignment : The Neck And Competitive Working Environment

- Career Development Assignment In order to excel in today’s neck-to-neck competitive working environment, it is very important that one adapts to a more active approach instead of a passive approach when it comes to career development. Additionally, with the growing social networking sites such as LinkedIn or the increasing popularity of job search websites such as Indeed.com, Monster.com, and Simplyhired.com, has led to a greater need to be more proactive in terms of career enhancement. Unlike old days when jobs were more secured and provided less fluidity of moving literally in their designated departments, these days workers face a more dynamic working environment....   [tags: Employment, Recruitment, Résumé]

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Throgs Neck in the Movie Summer of Same Directed by Spike Lee

- ... If you are driving into Throgs Neck then you will notice its main highways the Cross-Bronx Expressway and the Throgs Neck Bridge. The Throgs Neck Bridge connects the Bronx to Queens. The area Throgs Neck once was “Vriedelandt” later changed to Throgs Neck. For a while, people have been arguing whether or not Throgs Neck has two GG’s or one. The name Throgs Neck originally comes from an English man named John Throckmorton who was able to stay as the Dutch had allowed him to, in 1642. Ultimately, the American Indians drove out the Dutch....   [tags: crime, neighborhood, parades]

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A Summary Article By Barbara Pauloski, Rehabilitation Of Dysphagia Following Head And Neck Cancer

- Today, head and neck cancer in the United States is about 3% of all cancers. This type of cancer is the most common in individuals over the age of 50 and has a greater risk in men compared to women. There are many risk factors that can increase your risk of getting head and neck cancer, such as alcohol and tobacco use, two of the most common (“National Cancer Institute”, 2013). Following treatment of head and neck cancer, many side effects occur, such as dysphagia, depending on the type of treatment that is chosen....   [tags: Cancer, Radiation therapy, Chemotherapy, Oncology]

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Grace - Original Writing Of A Dog By A Hunk Of Fur On The Back Of Its Neck

- I sat up quickly when the front door burst open. Grace drug in a dog by a hunk of fur on the back of its neck. It was the skittish Border Collie, and it was not happy to be here. Its nails dug into the wood floor, it whimpered, and its tail was tucked between its hind legs. “Little bitch, should’ve never got with child,” Grace muttered under her breath, “What am I going to do. Gonna get rid of them, that’s what I’ll do.” Grace stormed over to my cage, clutching the dog, her eyes filled with fury....   [tags: Dog, Puppy, Bitch, Dogs]

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Diesel Or Petrol : The World Population Increases At Break Neck Speed

- Khan, Muhammad Mrs. Lescure English 1301, MWF 12-1 November 25, 2015 Diesel or Petrol People around the world use many different sources of energy to get through their day. In order to run cars, motorcycles, boats, trucks, planes and even generators we need either gas or diesel, the two most common types of fuels. Now the question stands as the world population increases at break-neck speed, is the demand for a certain type of fuel going to change our quality of life. If so, which fuel is more efficient, powerful, and earth friendly....   [tags: Internal combustion engine, Petroleum, Gasoline]

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Symptoms and Preventing Musculoskeletal Disorders in Dentistry

- Musculoskeletal disorders can cause problems in dentistry workplace causing the ability to not be able to perform duties in the workplace. Musculoskeletal disorders have increased worldwide in the workplaces for the past decade. Work related injuries can also be a part of musculoskeletal disorders such as neck and shoulder, headaches, back pain, and carpal tunnel. These are the main factors of musculoskeletal disorders in the dentistry field, in which this relate to the dentist and dental assistant....   [tags: dentistry, neck pain, shoulder pain]

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The Increase of Oropharyngeal Squamous Cell Carcinoma

- The incidence of oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma (OPSCC) has been steadily increasing, in contrast to the steady decline of other head and neck cancers.1- 5 This trend has been attributed to the increased incidence of human papillomavirus (HPV)–positive OPSCC,6,7 comprising 40.5% of cases of OPSCC before 2000 and up to 70% since 2009 (P < .001).3 The differing etiologies for OPSCC has been shown to affect 2 different patient populations with differing overall prognosis. Human papillomavirus–positive OPSCC affects younger, nonsmoking, white males and patients with more extensive sexual history.1,8- 12 Human papillomavirus–negative OPSCC tends to affect older patients with a history of h...   [tags: neck cancer, symptoms, HPV status]

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Abdominal Crunches are a Real Pain

- Crunches can be a real pain in the neck. Although this popular exercise helps strengthen your rectus abdominis at the front of your waistline, if you're a newbie to exercise, or if your form is poor, it can do more harm than good, and strain your neck. Gradually building up your abdominal strength and mastering proper form is essential to get the most out of crunches. About Abdominal Crunches Although crunches don't spot reduce fat from your tummy, they do strengthen your abs, and as part of your core, strong abs can alleviate lower back pain, and improve your athletic performance, balance and stability....   [tags: exercise, muscles, cardio]

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Traumatic Stress Disorder ( Ptsd )

- When something causes a rapid and forceful back-and-forth movement of the neck, whiplash can occur. This motion has the ability to injure the disks, bones, muscles, ligaments and tissues of the neck. Although the majority of people suffering with a whiplash injury will recover within a few months, about 25 percent will not. These individuals suffer disability and have long-term pain that can last years. According to scientists at Northwestern University, within the first two weeks of a whiplash injury, special Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) allows the scientists to determine which patients will develop chronic pain, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and disability....   [tags: Pain, Suffering, Muscle, Prescription drug]

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Human Health: Understanding the Activity of Signal Pathway

- The research, in this article, is significant to human health because the understanding of the activity of a signal pathway can or cannot give you a grasp on how it can affect other processes in the body. If the effects are known and understood, then we can know how to treat and/or modify the processes and give a discovery in the field of science. Specifically, in this article, understanding the structure of chromatin is vital to understanding how it affects replication, transcription, and repair....   [tags: Chromatin, histone acetylation, chemotherapy]

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Stinging a Guitar

- Changing guitar strings is a relatively easy process; although it definitely requires a bit of patience to get them correct. Once you have completely the steps a few times, this process may take about fifteen minutes to complete. Important parts of the guitar that you will need to know about: the bridge located underneath the sound hole, the neck of the guitar is located where the strings lie it is made up of frets (this is the majority of where you place your fingers while playing), and the head where the tuning posts (tuners) are located....   [tags: tuning, tighten, bridge pins]

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Improving Team Performance Through Health and Fitness Programs

- Goal-Setting Techniques and Team Performance When it comes to goal setting, there are four main characteristics, they are as follows: goals should be difficult but attainable, goals should be specific and have a set list of guidelines, group members should display a feeling of commitment to the goal, and all teams should have a feedback system to provide members with information about progress (Robbins & Judge, 2013). Another important factor for successful group performance is the ability of the group leader to understand the self-efficacy of each individual group member....   [tags: fitness goals, healthier companies]

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The Dental Hygiene Process Of Care

- o Please describe a time when you performed a thorough head, neck and oral exam and the findings had a significant impact on how you proceeded with the dental hygiene process of care. Annette was performing her usual head, neck, and oral exam on a patient and she found an enlarged thyroid. She recommended to the patient that she go see her primary care physician to get a better diagnosis. The patient went to her primary care physician and was told it was probably nothing. Later the patient returned to the dental office and saw Annette and told her what the physician said....   [tags: Patient, Physician, Doctor-patient relationship]

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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome With Rehab

- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome With Rehab Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) is a group of signs and symptoms that happen when the vein, artery, or nerves that supply your arm and hand are squeezed (compressed). To reach your arm, all of these have to pass through a tight space under your collarbone and above your top rib (thoracic outlet). There are three types of TOS: • Compression of the nerves that supply your arm and hand is called neurogenic TOS. Most people with TOS have this type. • Compression of the vein that returns blood from your arm and hand (subclavian vein) is called venous TOS....   [tags: Physical exercise, Stretching, Exercise]

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Cancer Of The Eyes Box

- Cancer of the Larynx Cancer of the voice box (larynx), sometimes referred to as throat cancer or laryngeal cancer, occurs when cells in the larynx become abnormal and grow out of control. Cancer of the larynx usually starts in very thin, flat cells (squamous cells) that line the outside of the larynx. Cancer cells can spread and form a mass of cells called a tumor. The cancer may spread deeper into the larynx, or it may spread to other areas of the body (metastasize). This condition often affects one or both of the smooth, fiber-like cords that stretch across the opening of the larynx (vocal cords)....   [tags: Cancer, Cancer staging, Tobacco, Lymph node]

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The Science of the Guitar

- Sound is longitudinal wave produced by compression and rarefaction of matter. Sound is produced when a vibrating source creates rhythmic variations in the air pressure (zitzewits & Murphy, page 268) to determine the wavelength of sound you need an equation which is, v=fλ. To explain this equation in broken down context v=velocity (m/s), f= Hertz(Hz) and the symbol λ(Lander) is the unknown that needs to be solved in order to determine the wavelength. Physics of the guitar The guitar has been around for thousands of years in one form or another....   [tags: sound, vibration, frequency]

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History of The Electric Guitar

- Electric Guitar The electric guitar was first made in the Oklahoma. This electric guitar design that was made in Oklahoma was the first of its kind and changed music for everyone. The simplicity of the electric guitar surprised many people. All electric guitars since then have been based on this simple guitar design. Many famous musicians such as Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton and many other have made electric guitar more affordable and widely available. Many parts to a guitar exist; one of the most important parts of the guitar is the bridge....   [tags: oklahoma, types, coil pickup]

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Charles Darwin And Jean - Baptiste Lamarck

- Charles Darwin and Jean – Baptiste Lamarck are two of the earliest scientists known for their distinct concepts of evolution. Although both concepts aimed to explain the complexities of evolution, they each take a different approach. Darwin approached evolution through his views of natural selection, while Lamarck approached it through his model of acquired Characteristics. Darwin’s natural selection referred to survival of the fittest. In organisms, some variations are better adapted to their conditions of life than others, and, on average, the favorable ones are preserved while the others perish (Holmes.,1948)....   [tags: Evolution, Biology, Species, Natural selection]

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The Reasons And Classification Of Asphyxia

- Asphyxia is a term whose origin is from Greek and referred to the failure to have a pulse. It is a condition preceded by inadequate uptake of oxygen by the body cells around the brain thus leading to too much retention of carbon dioxide which can cause death. The nerve cells in the brain can only run for four minutes without oxygen. However, if at this time there is no uptake of oxygen, these cells will die and results in unconsciousness, and the greatest consequence, death. A number of factors cause asphyxia, and this forms the basis for its response....   [tags: Oxygen, Carbon dioxide, Asphyxia, Victim]

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The Voice Box ( Larynx )

- Laryngectomy Laryngectomy is partial or total removal of the voice box (larynx). The larynx allows air to pass through the vocal cords, which allows you to speak and breathe. After having a laryngectomy, you will no longer be able to speak normally or breathe out of your nose and mouth. Instead, you will have an opening (stoma) in the front of your neck that you will use to breathe and communicate. Laryngectomy is commonly done to treat cancer of the larynx. If cancer has spread (metastasized) to the lymph nodes in the neck, lymph nodes may be removed from one or both sides of the neck....   [tags: Medicine, Health care, Blood]

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The Death Penalty: Lethal Gas Is A Legal Way To Kill Vile Criminals

- Dying painfully is unconstitutional but there is a way to die pain free and yet, we have to use it while delivering the death penalty to inmates. Imagine a death row inmate that was sentenced to life for murdering a small family. Even though the convict should die painfully, we cannot enforce that in the United States legally. If the government wants the inmates to die pain free then we shall give it to them in the best way. A good percentage of the general population would prefer a death row inmate get served the death penalty rather than have their taxes go to feeding, housing, etc....   [tags: Pro Capital Punishment Essays]

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How to Smoke a Hookah

- Before you purchase any of the items you need to smoke hookah, you may want know what hookah is. Hookah is the term used when all elements used to smoke are combined. What exactly are you smoking. The flavored tobacco put into your hookah is referred to as shisha. “Shisha is the very moist and sticky tobacco that has been soaked in honey or molasses.” (Kamal, 2014) It’s a lot different from smoking cigarettes due to the fact that it is wet and it’s not lit, but heated with a coal. You don’t want to smoke too much because of the side effects....   [tags: tobacco, pipe, chemicals]

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Evolution Of The Cave Fish

- The cave fish is a curious object of study. One of which has many scientist rushing to discover exactly why this fish developed that cannot see. The cave fish live in dark caves and have evolved to life without vision. Both Lamarck and Darwin had excellent theories about evolution. Darwin believed that natural selection had the biggest impact on the evolution of a species. Darwin theorized each population had variations, these variations caused the individual to either have a greater or lesser chance of survival....   [tags: Natural selection, Evolution, Eye, Genetics]

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Lamarck And Darwin 's Theory Of Evolution

- The cave fish can be a curious object of study. One of which has scientists rushing to discover exactly why this fish lost the ability to see. The cave fish live in dark caves and have evolved to life without vision. This mysterious regression has scientists scratching their heads. Is this Both Lamarck and Darwin had excellent theories concerning evolution. In the case of Darwin, he believed that natural selection had the biggest impact on the evolution of a species. Darwin theorized each population had variations, these variations caused the individual to either have a greater or lesser chance of survival....   [tags: Natural selection, Evolution, Eye, Genetics]

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Does Structure Determine Function?

- Does structure determine function. Or does function determine structure. Two ambiguous questions which may or may not have a decisive answer, does each determine the other. By definition structure is “the arrangement of and relations between the parts or elements of something complex” (Oxforddictionaries.com, 2016) whereas function is defined as “an activity that is natural to or the purpose of a person or thing” (Oxforddictionaries.com, 2016). Here by definition you can infer that function is natural to a living organism, and thereby determined by structure....   [tags: Nervous system, Neuron, Axon, Spinal cord]

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Smartphones And Social Media Are Drugs

- Smartphones and social media are drugs to people. Call them phone addicts. Phone addicts are the ones that wake up in the morning and check their social media or they cannot simply live without their phones. In the New York Times, author Sherry Turkle compares how people’s communications changed from face-to-face talk to smartphone talk. People became too dependent using their smartphones and social media to communicate to the outside world. She also sees how this impacts the younger generation communication with others....   [tags: Mobile phone, Smartphone, IPhone]

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The University Of Ottawa For Entrance Into The Residency Program

- Dear Dr. Vaccani and members of the CaRMS Selection committee. "Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young." Henry Ford (1863-1947), the founder of Ford Motor Company. Although I didn’t read Ford’s words until recently but they describe my path throughout my life. That is why I am applying to the University of Ottawa for entrance into the residency program in Otolaryngology – Head & Neck surgery. Growing up in a Nile-side city in Egypt, I inherited the kindness and genuineness of the ancient Pharaohs....   [tags: Medicine, Medical school, Physician]

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What Aesthetic Surgical Procedures Are Performed On The Aging Face?

- Ans- Rhinoplasty, or nose reshaping, reshapes the nose to improve appearance, and it may also be used to alleviate breathing problems. Pain from nose reshaping procedures are surprisingly mild. A splint is usually worn over the nose and sometimes inside the nose for five to seven days. There may be some bruising around the eyes, but this usually clears up in one to two weeks. Q- Can I receive a second nose reshaping if the first surgery does not produce the desired result. Ans- Sometimes a touch-up is necessary after a nose reshaping, but it is generally better to wait a year before any additional surgery is performed....   [tags: Plastic surgery, Breast, Breast reconstruction]

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My Position With Kaiser Permanente 3

- I am writing this letter as a claim letter representing my injuries, hardships, and pain/suffering. Since the accident on August 10, 2015 I have endured many treatments from my medical provider; that have still not resulted in much pain relief. I have completed special injection procedures, physical therapy, electrotherapy, and followed a home based physical therapy treatment program. In still not finding full relief some of the existing options to look into would be burning the effected nerves; and if all else fails infusing the disc in the neck through surgery....   [tags: Pain, Suffering, Massage, Injury]

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Physics of the Electric Guitar and Amp

- A guitar is an instrument made out of wood or other wood like materials. Many things could affect the instrument's qualities, such as the types of lacquer used or what kind of strings are used. The guitar amp is an instrument in itself just as a guitar, not all amps are created equally. An amplifier allows the guitarist to express his playing to the world. Some amplifiers are made using really simple vacuum tube circuits, and others are made from really complex solid state circuitry. Not any two similar guitars will sound alike, just as how any two similar people are not exactly identical....   [tags: physics guitar amplifier]

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