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Book Review of Ishiguro’s "The Remains of the Day"

- Ishiguro’s The Remains of the Day, was written about 20 years ago. But it is still live and kicking because this novel could of had a very dry and humorless plot if it was not written by Ishiguro. The main character, Mr. Stevens, is an English butler that has spent a good chunk of his career working for Lord Darlington of Darlington Hall. Lord Darlington is a very distinguished man of the English aristocracy. Mr. Stevens worked for this respected man from the years of World War I and World War II....   [tags: Ishiguro, Remains of the Day,]

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Characterization in The Remains of the Day

- Characterization in The Remains of the Day   The Remains of the Day is a book that believes in defining its characters to remarkable detail. Even minor characters are brought to life, using a variety of methods; some subtle, others more overt. This essay will discuss the entire novel - just the first eight pages. Many novels would still only be setting the scene at this point but, with The Remains of the Day, many of the main characters have already been described in a fair amount of detail. Creating detailed and believable characters is usually a key factor in a book's success....   [tags: The Remains of the Day]

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The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro

- The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro Postmodern literature has its many spokesmen. Many would agree that Kazuo Ishiguro is not the most typical representative of this somewhat anarchistic literary and social movement, but he is certainly one of its most subtle and valuable artists. He uses the principles of post modernistic writing in a very meaningful way, and only after a thorough analysis can one fully appreciate all carefully constructed and presented elements trough which he successfully delivers his story....   [tags: Remains Day Kazuo Ishiguro Essays]

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Regrets in The Remains of the Day

- Regrets in The Remains of the Day “...For a great many people, the evening is the most enjoyable part of the day. Perhaps, then, there is something to his advice that I should cease looking back so much, that I should adopt a more positive outlook and try to make the best of what remains of my day. After all, what can we ever gain in forever looking back and blaming ourselves if our lives have not turned out quite as we might have wished. The hard reality is, surely, that for the likes of you and I, there is little choice other than to leave our fate, ultimately, in the hands of those great gentlemen at the hub of this world who employ our services....   [tags: The Remains of the Day Kazuo Ishiguro Essays]

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Kazuo Ishiguro's Remains of the Day

- Kazuo Ishiguro's Remains of the Day Kazuo Ishiguro's Remains of the Day gives an eloquent treatment of the issue of how a stoic English butler's unemotional reaction to the emotional world around him is damaging and painful, and how he resolves to make the best of the "remains of the day";the remainder of his life. Ishiguro explores some of the differences between the old English Victorian culture;that of the stiff upper lip, no show of emotion, and repression of personal opinion; and the no-holds-barred American culture of free expression of opinion and emotion....   [tags: Kazuo Ishiguro Remains of the Day Essays]

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Free College Essays - Dignity in The Remains of the Day

- The Theme of Dignity in The Remains of the Day The novel, The Remains of the Day, contains a recurring theme of dignity. This theme is stated and restated throughout the novel. Dignity, according to the Oxford Dictionary, is "a composed and serious manner/style, the state of being worthy of honor or respect". In the novel, dignity is exoterically found in the form of proper gentlemen, as well as butlers who allow nothing to distract or faze them from doing their duty. What about the everyday definition in the modern world....   [tags: The Remains of the Day]

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A Close Reading of Pages 100 to 115 of The Remains of the Day

- "Examine pages 100 to 115 of Kazuo Ishiguro's novel "The Remains of the day" in detail. Show by a close reading of key scenes within this how the novelist's language and form both reveals, and conceals, central issues of character, emotion, politics and memory." Pages100-115 of Ishiguro's novel describe the beginning of a journey to the west country taken by a man called Stevens, (a model English butler). Stevens narrates the novel and Ishiguro writes in such a way that the reader is able to examine intersections of his memory, national history, politics of the era, and the way language is used to express emotion or to conceal it....   [tags: The Remains of the Day Essays]

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A Room With A View by E.M. Forster and The Remains of the Day by Tovah Martin

- A Room With A View by E.M. Forster and The Remains of the Day by Tovah Martin 'A Room with a View' and 'The Remains of the Day' are two novels which involve journeys of physical and spiritual discovery. The main characters of the stories are dissimilar in gender, age and social status but both experience situations and encounters which challenge their perspectives and personal values. The authors of these books have both included references to nature and landscape to emphasize, mirror and reinforce the reactions and emotions of their characters....   [tags: Remains Tovah Martin Forster View essays]

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The Remains of the Day, by Kazuo Ishiguro

- The Remains of the Day is a fictional novel written by Kazuo Ishiguro. Ishiguro was born in Nagasaki, Japan in 1954 and moved with his family to England in 1960. The Remains of the Day contains several literary techniques such as tone, flashbacks, symbolism, and foreshadowing used to emphasize the core themes of dignity, regret, and loyalty. The Remains of the Day is a first person narrative of an English butler named Stevens on 6-day trip to the English countryside. Stevens could be considered as the “perfect” butler due to his serious personality, exemplary work ethic, and strong sense of loyalty....   [tags: Novel Themes, Protagonist's Conflict]

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Kazuo Ishiguro's "The Remains of the Day"

- The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro is a fictional novel about regrets and lost chances. This book is Ishiguro’s third published novel and has received the Man Booker Prize for fiction in 1989. The Remains of the Day uses several literary techniques such as tone, flashbacks, symbolism, and foreshadowing to emphasize the core themes of dignity, regret, and loyalty. The plot mainly revolves around human weaknesses and misjudgments. The Remains of the Day is a first person narrative of an English butler named Stevens on 6-day trip to the English countryside....   [tags: Literary Analysis]

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The Rocking Horse Remains Stationary

- The Rocking Horse Remains Stationary Paul sat two rows ahead of me on the left in Mrs. Garrett’s English Class. He was constantly wrapped up in his thoughts and would often talk to himself under his breath during the lessons. Sometimes he talked so loudly that, Mrs. Garrett would stop the lesson to ask him if he was alright. Paul was a very peculiar guy, despite his family being abundantly well off. Although he was a bit strange, I befriended him to keep the other classmate from harassing him....   [tags: Family, Father, Mother]

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Remains of the Day

- Remains of the Day Kazuo Ishiguro’s Remains of the Day is about the struggles one man, Mr. Stevens, has with relationships with his father, Miss Kenton and his employer, but the struggle he focuses on the most is to be a “great butler.” He pushes himself physically to work as hard as he can, as well as mentally to determine what makes a butler great. Stevens sacrifices all normal human encounters with those around him in order to be an emotionless person. “When one encounters them, one simply knows one is in the presence of greatness” (44)....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Cultural Repatriation Of The La Jolla Remains

- In 1976, an archaeology class was digging on land owned by the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) when two skeletons were excavated (termed the “La Jolla remains”). They are estimated to be almost 10,000 years old, which makes them some of the oldest known human remains in North America. After NAGPRA was passed in 1990, the University of California gave the Kumeyaay nation, consisting of thirteen federally-recognized Native American tribes, legal custody of the human remains. The Kumeyaay Cultural Repatriation Committee claimed the remains in 2006....   [tags: Native Americans in the United States]

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Histopathological Determination of Age in Archaeological Remains

- Introduction Estimating age at death has long and justly been viewed as a highly important aspect in various scientific fields of concern, including forensic pathology, archaeology or anthropology. The past decades have seen a rapid progress in all domains of science, including biology where molecular studies have become the centre of attention. However, even today, the classical histomorphometry methods are still widely used as a complementary analysis, whilst offering back-up to the molecular results in terms of determining the age of an individual....   [tags: Archeaology, Ancient Artifacts, Earth, Death]

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Sex Discrimination Remains in College Sports

- Despite the efforts, gender inequality in college sports still remains in most of the Nation’s schools today. In 1972, a law was added to the Educational Amendments Acts to prevent sex discrimination in educational institutions, also known as the Title IX. The law states, “ No person of the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance” (Walker,1) There are five primary points in the Title IX covers....   [tags: Gender Inequality, National Schools, Athletes]

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A Test of the Effectiveness of the Undiluted Bleach Method in Defleshing Remains

- The ability to effectively remove soft tissue from the skeleton without compromising surface morphology or overall bone integrity is essential to a thorough and complete analysis by a forensic anthropologist. There is no agreement among forensic anthropologists regarding the best method for defleshing skeletal remains. Choosing the most appropriate method for defleshing remains and exposing the unique features of the individual must be done with consideration of the forensic context of the remains....   [tags: forensic anthropology techniques]

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Remains of Egyptian Kings and Myth by by Robert Morkot

- ... Once this threshold had been crossed, a person's spirit or ba could be manifested in many places at once. After judgment, which could be cheated with magic, a person's ba could travel with Ra or rest with Osiris in the underworld (Egyptian 119). There were many different dangers to the dead and having a complete body with which to return to for rest was very important for the Egyptians. Human remains were not the objects of reverence and worship as Christian saints are these days. After covering the differences between western society and Egyptian preservation of the body, Morkot argues that ancient Egyptian myth influenced the reasoning behind these actions....   [tags: egyptian rituals and customs, preservation]

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Techniques Used For the Diagnostic of Ancient Tuberculosis Remains

- Summary Tuberculosis is today one of the most spread infectious human diseases, being caused by a group of closely related species included in the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (MTBC). Molecular studies targeting tuberculosis affected human remains are important in order to understand the evolution of specific genomic sites related to virulence. The aim of this review is to describe several techniques that are useful for theconfirmation of pathogen persistence in the human archaeological remains....   [tags: human diseases, molecular bioarchaeology]

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The Winter's Tale, The Remains of the Day, & The Great Gatsby

- All three texts portray leading characters who suffer due to flaws within their own personalities; however, it could be argued that the flaws these individuals fall victim to are directly a product of their environments rather than being innate within themselves. These texts were written between 1623 and 1989 and depict figures from all levels of the social hierarchy; from a King in Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale to a servant in Ishiguro’s The Remains of the Day and a socialite in Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, showing that falling victim to a weakness within one’s own character is not an experience exclusive to one era or one class of people....   [tags: Protagonists, Character Fates, Flaws]

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What Remains Help Archeologists and Historians to Study and Learn

- Archeologists and historians learn a great deal about the way people lived by studying remains of their towns, villages, houses, tools, household items, art, musical instruments, etc. These remains can help historians understand what the people in a place produced and traded, how they organized themselves, and even some things about their beliefs. Artifacts are important sources of information for archaeologists. Artifacts can tell us about the diet, tools, weapons, dress, and living structures of people who made and used them....   [tags: artifacts, culture, gilgamesh]

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HPLC: Techniques Used For the Diagnostic of Ancient Tuberculosis Remains

- HPLC (High-performance liquid chromatography) HPLC is a powerful chromatography technique able to separate similar substances from a mixture in a short period of time. The method require a mobile phase (liquid) and a stationary phase (liquid/solid). The stationary is phase usualy indicated by the column used, while the eluent is the mobile phase. Both phases are selected in order to best suit the sample and the purpose of the separation. The resolution and the order of the elution depends on the stationary and mobile phase selected....   [tags: Mycolic acid, mycobacteria, substance]

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The Incarceration Of Children As A Punitive And Coercive Measure Remains Elusive

- The ethicality underpinning the incarceration of children as a punitive and coercive measure remains elusive in several aspects of the question. This highly controversial practice is founded on an official policy which states that children must only be imprisoned in exceptional circumstances (Gavin, 2014). However, according to a report by HMIP (2010), there has been a significant increase of forty-one percent of children incarcerated on the basis of remand, during the past seven years. Such facts posit the question of whether children in the UK are being given the appropriate service provision to become functional members of society....   [tags: Prison, Recidivism, Criminal justice]

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Discipleship Remains A Problem Area For The Assemblies Of God

- Introduction Discipleship has long been held as the primary directive of Jesus Christ to His disciples when He delivered The Great Commission, saying “go and make disciples of all nations…teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.” (Matt. 28:19-20, NIV) Yet discipleship remains a problem area for the Assemblies of God (AG) denomination. In 2008, a survey conducted by Lifeway Research found that among the 2,600 surveyed churches, only 7 percent of AG pastors were content with the current state of discipleship within their church....   [tags: Christianity, Jesus, Baptism, Christian terms]

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Why Snowden Was Wrong Or Justified Remains A Debate

- Whether what Snowden did was wrong or justified remains a debate. Some say what he did was one the greatest thing to happen for our Constitution in terms of the First and Fourth Amendment. Others say he has delivered a severe blow to the U.S. surveillance capabilities which in the end will cost the Pentagon billions. So it all depends all who you are talking to on whether or not Snowden is a traitor or hero. However, he would definitely do it again if he had the chance. He only acted this way because he believed what the NSA and the government was doing was illegal and immoral....   [tags: Security, National security]

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Juvenile Delinquency Remains A Serious Societal Issue

- Discussion So much of who a child is, is their mindset. A child’s belief in his or her own capabilities is a powerful influence on his or her development and achievement. This is unfortunate for juvenile delinquents in America, because their beliefs cannot be altered even if they participate in a Juvenile Awareness program such as Scared Straight. Despite an overall decrease in juvenile arrests recently, juvenile delinquency remains a serious societal issue (Loeber & Farrington, 1998; Snyder & Sickmund, 1999; Snyder, 2006)....   [tags: Crime, Juvenile delinquency, Childhood, Children]

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Stonehenge Remains One of Our Greatest Mysteries

- ... When the summer solstice would happen two nearby stones, The Slaughter and Heel Stones, would both align with the sun and the suns rays went directly into the center of the structure. Since the rocks seem to align with the sun it is safe to say that the ancient builders used it to see and view and keep track of the incoming winter or summer solstice. There is also proof at a nearby settlement that thousands of people traveled to Stonehenge to celebrate and have feasts in honor of the summer/winter solstice....   [tags: religious, astronomy, solstice]

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Why The Crucible Remains Important Today

- Why ‘The Crucible’ Remains Important Today For a story of any kind to have any relevance or meaning some 50 years after being written and indeed almost 400 years after it was set, it needs to contain themes and ideas that have been uniformly felt and experienced by people from all walks of life as well as continuing to speak to and have meaning to new and changed generations of people. Years after being written, Arthur Miller’s ‘The Crucible’, still successfully speaks to numerous generations of people, that although live in different countries, under different governments and belong to different peer groups, experience the same issues that the characters of ‘The Crucible’ experienced as w...   [tags: Essay on The Crucible]

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Characteristics And Characteristics Of An Individual 's Personality Remains Stable Over The Lifespan?

- Alejandra Martinez Exam 1 1. Personality “typology” is historically old. Give two examples of historical typology. A. Sheldon suggested that the human body be categorize. Which he introduced Sheldon’s Somatotypes which associates body types with human temperament into three types: 1. Mesomorph (muscle): courageous, assertive, bold, competitive 2. Endomorph (nervous tissue): sociable, even-tempered, affectionate 3. Ectomorph (digestive): self-conscious, introvert, artistic, intense B. Hippocrates introduced what is called the Four Temperaments: 1....   [tags: Big Five personality traits, Trait theory]

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Cardiovascular Disease ( Cvd ) Remains The Highest Common Cause Of Death

- In the United States Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) remains the highest common cause of death. Cardiovascular Disease, also known as heart disease, are conditions that involve narrowed or blocked blood vessels that can lead to either a heart attack, chest pain or stroke. The most common types of CVD are coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, stroke, and arrhythmia. CVD is a major disease that does not show any effects until it is to late. Yet numerous adults stay not aware of the risk factors and the precautions to prevent CVD....   [tags: Hypertension, Myocardial infarction]

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Graham Greene's The Human Factor and Kazuo Ishiguro's The Remains of the Day

- ... occasions” (Ishiguro 15). He uses words like required, but never once does he wonder what he wants to do. Everything he says is so formal and technical. It is almost painful, causing the reader to wish he can speak freely. He never thinks about about what he believes is right, his life is to only do what is required of him. Anyone who sees things differently he struggles to both understand and accept. He explains his reasong when he says, “each of us harbored the desire to make our own small contribution to the creation of a better world, and saw that, as professionals, the surest means of doing so would be to serve the great gentlemen of our times” (Ishiguro 116)....   [tags: loyalty in literary workds]

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The Baptism Debate Still Remains A Source Of Contention Among Christians Today

- The Baptism Debate The Baptism Debate still remains a source of contention among Christians today. Even though it seems to be an important part of the Christian faith, it still remains a topic of controversy. There are some that feel that salvation does not happen through baptism. It then becomes a question of whether baptism serves a purpose or not. The Baptism Debate also continues to be a topic of debate concerning the baptism of infants as well. We can only be saved through Christ and whether or not we consider baptism requires that we have a trust in the Lord and confess our sins to him....   [tags: Jesus, Christianity, Baptism, Christian terms]

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How Hip Hop Culture Remains Superfluous With Over Spending

- Hip Hop culture remains superfluous with over spending. Braggadocios rhymes, sexual prowess and indulging oneself with materialistic rewards. Music videos directed by Hype Williams containing flamboyant P Diddy and Notorious BIG reversing high-speed luxury vehicles, assure us Hip Hops persona is that of overindulging. So when I heard about an emcee that believes in strategically investing finances it peaked my interest. K. Sparks remains an anomaly of sorts, never fitting the norm of Hip Hops persona....   [tags: Hip hop, Hip hop music, Investment, Rapping]

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Canada 's Wage Growth Remains Sturdy Despite Economic Slump

- The article “Canada’s wage growth remains sturdy despite economic slump” was written by Tavia Grant from the Globe and Mail. The article states why and how some industries are continually to increase wages despite the fall of Canada’s economy. Some companies forecast that economy is just experiencing a short term recession which will eventually return to normal. As a result, they are finding and holding on to their workers to ensure that once the economy starts to rise again they will have enough people to meet the demands of the market and for them to do that, they are increasing the wages of their workers....   [tags: Employment, Supply and demand, Recruitment]

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The Utilization Of Research Materials Remains Relevant On Many Levels Of Business And Personal Lives

- The utilization of research materials remains relevant on many levels of business and personal lives in today’s society. Achieving the ability to discern excellent research studies requires the application of knowledge surrounding the seven step research process and simple three question progression. This development could be applied to both quantitative and qualitative research studies such as those conducted by Magdalena Krzyzanowska and Jolanta Tkaczyk (a qualitative report) and Dorothee Bialdyga (a quantitative report)....   [tags: Research, Qualitative research, Scientific method]

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The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro: Contrasting the Upper and Lower Classes

- ... In the interests of the guests we have staying here. I’ve looked into it carefully, Stevens, and I’m letting you know of my conclusion’” (146). He uses this statement to qualify the former; however, he still does not identify the housemaids or make any reference to them. Lord Darlington only worries about the “interests of the guests,” not the interests of the two employees he is firing. He is also extremely indifferent towards the feelings of the people, as he does what is “good for this house,” not what is good for the employees within it....   [tags: cruelty, detachment, racism, tones]

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How Edward Theodore Gain Became a Serial Killer

- Most serial killers are psychopaths. They are really frighteningly irrational people, but people who have no human conscience and no capacity for remorse. They also see other human beings as objects that can be manipulated and exploited and used for their own depraved purposes. It is nearly impossible for them to feel any sort of sympathy. Ed Gein raises the question in my mind, “Are monsters born, or are they created?” In this case study, I am going to explain who’s, what’s, when’s, where’s, why’s, and how’s of Edward Theodore Gein....   [tags: murder, mother, remains]

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Standards for Disaster Victim Identification

- ... The remains could be in a fragile state, it is therefore extremely important to document and preserve evidence. Everything must be photographed from the surrounding area, to the victims remains, to the victims themselves. Phase 2 is the mortuary phase. During the mortuary phase, the victims remains are brought to a separate location to be catalogued and stored. Often that storage location will be in a cool dry location, such as ice piles and refrigerated containers, much like the coolers in the morgue, except bigger....   [tags: remains, forces, experts]

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First Person Narration in Remains of the Day and Wuthering Heights

- First Person Narration in Remains of the Day and Wuthering Heights The primary similarity between these novels is the use of a framing device which introduces the main plot. However these have different purposes and affects in each novel, in Remains of the Day the framing of Stevens journey serves as a setting the scene for the novel as it starts with a date and the setting of Darlington Hall which is introduced in the prologue. It also partly introduces us to the characters of Stevens and Mr Darlington particularly through the language used by Stevens "It seems increasingly likely that I really will undertake the expedition that has been preoccupying my imagination now for some days" this...   [tags: Kazuo Ishiguro Emily Bronte Essays]

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Application of Forensic Archaeology

- Forensic Archaeology applied to the Mass Graves cases Author Note  The aim of this essay is to show how knowledge, methods and techniques of forensic archaeology applied and developed in one case, have evolved and even found its deployment in other cases or even other scientific fields. Introduction: Forensic Archaeology is a forensic science, which applies archaeological techniques and methods, and put them in legal context. The principles and knowledge of this science are used, not only for studying and better understanding of historical events that took place decades or centuries ago, but also for locating and collecting evidence at crime scenes providing aid with solving crime...   [tags: Science, Human, Remains]

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Work and Happiness in Death of a Salesman and Remains of the Day

- Work and Happiness in Death of a Salesman and Remains of the Day       What a person does to make a living often defines who that person is. Because so much time and energy is invested into work, work is often seen as an extension of oneself. One of the first questions that someone asks after meeting you for the first time is about what you do for a living. The belief is that by knowing what you do, one should be able to tell something about who you are. People almost never ask the more telling question of whether or not you are happy....   [tags: Death Salesman essays]

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Gothic writing remains fascinated by objects and practices that are

- Gothic writing remains fascinated by objects and practices that are negative, irrational and immoral. How far would you agree with this statement. Jane Eyre. WHY the focus, why the preoccupation. Introduction It is typical of Gothic writing to be fascinated by objects and practices that are negative, irrational and immoral.(define key term in terms of gothic elements) Such objects and practices are usually shunned by the society, much of which are very controversial. However, the Gothic being didactic in nature uses these objects and practices to challenge and convey a certain moral agenda....   [tags: English Literature]

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Language Death in Tasmania

- Fanny Cochrane Smith (1834 – 1905) is claimed to be the last indigenous Tasmanian Aborigine and it is claimed that with her death in 1905, the last speaker of a Tasmanian indigenous language died. “In 1899 and 1903 she recorded songs on wax cylinders: held in the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, these are the only recordings ever made of Tasmanian Aboriginal song and speech.” (Clark, 1988) However, there used to be a great amount of languages being spoken on the Tasmanian island. In ‘Tasmanian Aboriginal Language: Old and New Identities’, Crowley explains that there were approximately eight, and possibly more, different languages being spoken by different native groups in Tasmania before th...   [tags: indigenous, remains, development, settlers]

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Burning Man Remains True to its Core Values

- Burning Man, an annual event set during the week before Labor Day in the vast Nevada desert, started off small in 1986 as a celebration of the summer solstice. Since its inception as an exploration of a hybrid of modern life and ancient rituals, Burning Man has transformed into a massive, pseudo-utopian haven for all types of creative expression. With Burning Man’s explosion in popularity among almost every facet of the counter-culture movement, the festival has grown from a small group of like-minded people gathering together in the dessert to a full-blown event, akin in scale to Woodstock....   [tags: counter-culture movement]

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God As Sovereign

- Many people state that they do not believe in any kind of god, that the world simply came into existence. However, this belief cannot hold true. Simply by examining nature and all of its intricate details, people stand unable to deny the presence of a Creator. Deep down, people cannot help but to feel that something greater than themselves exists. A Supreme Being- a god, but what kind of god exists. A god similar to Ares, the war-god of the Greeks. One who lusts for blood and destruction. Or a placid god, one parallel to Eirene, the Greek goddess of peace....   [tags: God remains all-powerful]

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Native Americans Graves Protection and Repatriation Act

- There has been a lot of controversy regarding human remains and the field of archaeology for some time. The Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) protect the Native American’s rights over their human remains and cultural items. Proposed by the Morris Udall, former Congress Member for Arizona second District, NAGPRA was passed by the Congress in November 1990. The congress’ intention was to facilitate the repatriation of the Native Americans skeleton and cultural remains that were held in museums and federal agencies....   [tags: native americans,nagpra,human remains]

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Contributing Factors to The Development of Osteoarthritis, Then and Now.

- In paleopathology the human remains found, in archaeological sites, are studied to find out what form of activities our early ancestors were doing, what they were eating, and the diseases that such acts caused. It is because of the fine preservation of human remains (bones), in archaeological sites, that we are able to analyze them and figure out the different types of diseases that were present; along with the contributing factors that helped them develop. In Paleopathology, studies show that numerous amounts of factors like old age and stress at the joint surface, due to constant/daily activities, can cause degenerative joint diseases....   [tags: human remains found, archeaeological sounds]

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Solving Crimes with Archeologists Help

- Archaeological Investigations in Bełżec Based on the data taken from Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team, the investigations that were carried out at Bełżec were different from any investigation done prior to it. At the beginning, the importance of this site and the enormous number of victims did not seem like it could be a great part of history. The last conducted investigation and excavation revealed the evidence of the overwhelming mass murders that occurred in that place. These archaeological investigations also confirmed the existence of evidence which showed that there was a Nazi attempt to hide the major size of the crime....   [tags: archeology, human remains, mass graves]

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The Land Of Native American Human Remains And Cultural Items On The Hawaiian Homes Commission Act Of 1971

- Land Process As mention earlier there is a separate process for federal agencies to facilitate the return of Native American human remains and cultural items found on federal or tribal lands after November 16, 1990. For NAGPRA’s purposes tribal land is defined to mean all lands within the exterior boundaries of any Indian reservation; all dependent Indian communities; and any lands administered for the benefit of Native Hawaiian pursuant to the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act, 1920. In addition, federal lands mean “any land other than tribal lands which are controlled or owned by the United States, including lands selected by but not yet conveyed to Alaska Native corporations and groups orga...   [tags: Native Americans in the United States]

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The Remains of a Legend’s Title

- Alexander the Great is a great example to this new title change, he was known as a legend, a hero and even the Messiah. Alexander was born on the summer of 356 BC and died in the month of Daisios (June) 323 BC. His parents are Olympias and Philip, Olympias was the princess of the Molossia in Epirus, which was named after Andromache and Neoptolemus son. Neoptolemus is the same man who slain King Priam, and is also the son of Achilles. So it is said that Alexander was a descendant of the “flawed hero of the Illiad”....   [tags: Alexander The Great, Legend, Hero, History]

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The Assault by Harry Mulisch, The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro and 1984 by George Orwell

- The Assault by Harry Mulisch, The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro and 1984 by George Orwell In the three novels studied, The Assault by Harry Mulisch, The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro, and 1984 by George Orwell, the protagonists are controlled by outside influences that force them to confront their pasts and memories. However, each character handles their memories in juxtaposing ways. While all three characters experience epiphanies towards the end of the novels, both constructive and damaging results come of their revelations....   [tags: Papers]

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Identity In The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood and The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro

- Identity In The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood and The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro 'The Remains of The Day' and 'The Handmaid's Tale' are two novels from opposing ends of the fictional literature spectrum. On one side we have "THT" a novel set within a dystopian future using relationships between characters to emphasise the strictness of the regime currently being operated in Gilead most fitting would the relationship between The Commander and Offred....   [tags: Papers]

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Inequality Remains in America

- Throughout history, America has been known to fight for equality for all. Though people tend to assume that every individual in our nation receives equal treatment, they neglect the fact that the actions of the poor are looked down upon by the higher classes and powers. Henry Miller, an American writer known to criticize society, observes that “We have two American flags always: one for the rich and one for the poor. When the rich fly, it means that things are under control; when the poor fly it means danger, revolution, anarchy.” Miller alludes to the social confinements that poor Americans are forced to abide by to keep from being seen as social pariahs....   [tags: Equality, Poor]

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While Other Areas Crumble, New York City Real Estate Remains Robust

- ... All however, purchasing a property in New York City can be quite a lender bursting expertise. The standard plan followed by Nyc Real Estate Agents of requesting pre-approvals to get a mortgage ahead of displaying properties, are apropos. Experienced buyers may have a difficult time in the present credit weather, and first-time buyers trying to enter the Newest York City mortgage marketplace without a basic understanding of mortgages or the assistance of a reliable Mortgage Advisor are requesting to get burned....   [tags: property, agents, mortgage]

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Abortion Should Remain Legal

- There are many reasons to keep abortion legal. There is more to this than most think such as, “back alley” abortions and how dangerous those could be, even possibly causing death of the mother. With that said, in cases of rape or incest it most definitely should remain legal. At least in America, women have rights, which that include a say in what happens with their bodies. Everyone is responsible for their own physical well-being, as women are to decide the fate of his or her own bodies; even if it is to the extent of getting an abortion....   [tags: Pro-Choice Essays]

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Abortion Should Remain Legal

- A woman is walking through a dark alley. She has a bag full of cash that she scraped together and is going to see a man who will probably rip her off. This woman is not what you think, she is receiving an illegal abortion by an untrained surgeon. Many have said that abortion is a crime against humanity, taking away the innocent lives of unborn children. Though, the real crime would be to rob women of their rights and well-being. Abortions should stay legal because the absence of legal abortions will mean rise in dangerous illegal abortions, abortions are a woman’s right, and motherhood has a negative effect on women who aren’t ready....   [tags: Argumentative Essay, Persuasive Essay]

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Abortions Should Remain Legal

- Abortion has been preformed for over thousands of years. It was first started for the fear among the “native” Anglo-Saxon women. They believed that the population would be dominated by the children of the incoming immigrants, who had higher birth rates at the time. In the mid-to-late 1800s, states began legalizing abortion but antiseptics were unfamiliar, hospitals were not common, and doctors did not have the knowledge to understand abortion. As years went on, the scientific method began to take over medical practice, technology and it increased the prevention of infection....   [tags: Pro-Choice Essays]

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Does Popular Music Remain Popular?

- When anyone says the words 'pop music' today, he or she is bound to be a subject of ridicule. Pop music has taken on a whole lot of affiliated meanings. Prominent names such as Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus and a whole universe of names from the times of Madonna and Lil John have become subject of caricatures by 'serious music' enthusiasts who think that the music these people make are inferior and dumbing. This is not to include concerned parents and groups who think that most of popular music concerns itself with inane subjects such as sex, drugs and general decadence....   [tags: music industry, academic analysis, jazz]

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Human Cloning Should Remain Illegal

- The discovery of cells in 1665 brought a huge development in science and also led to another striking discovery: copying cells; in other words, cloning. It did not take a long time for scientists to understand that same qualified organisms could be created by using and copying cells. After the first successful mammal cloning, Dolly the sheep in 1997, science world was proud, but not satisfied yet. Curiosity and enthusiasm manipulated scientists to reach the climax of the cloning history with an astonishing and risky discovery: the first successful stem cell cloning in 2013 which declares the possibility of human cloning....   [tags: cells, dna, religious conflict, scientists]

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America Remain The World 's Beacon Of Success

- The essay titled America Remain the World’s Beacon of Success by Tim Roemer discusses the positive position America placed as a leader in many of its endeavors in the fields of technology, sciences, and healthcare. In Roemer’s opinion, America regarded upon by other countries as the litmus test comparing their success. Roemer enumerated the many achievements and discoveries America accomplished as new country at only 700 years old. Now the question remains, will the success of America continue to be sustainable....   [tags: United States, President of the United States]

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How J.B Priestley Capture and Retains the Audience's Interest Throughout the Play

- How J.B Priestley Capture and Retains the Audience's Interest Throughout the Play Introduction ============ The wonderfully constructed play of "An Inspector Calls" is a play by the late J.b Priestly, which was written when the Second World War was coming to a close but was published two years later in 1947 straight after the Second World War. The actual play was set in 1912 just before the Great War (world war one) a war, which stole the lives of a whole generation of men....   [tags: Papers]

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The Right to Remain Silent

- The Right to Remain Silent The right of silence long considered the most fundamental right of a suspect, was curtailed by the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 . The evidence provisions of the Criminal Justice and Public Order act 1994 (CJPOA), were some of the most contentious and hotly debated.[1] The Act changes the rules that govern how a court should deal with the silence of a suspect or a accused and in doing so, potentially makes inroads into an individuals right...   [tags: Papers]

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Capital Punishment Should Remain An Aspect Of The United State 's Justice System

- The death penalty, capital punishment, in the words of the Oxford English Dictionary is the legally authorized execution of an individual as discipline for a crime (“Death Penalty”). Exactly one hundred and sixty-nine years before the establishment of the United States of America, in year 1607, George Kendall was the first to meet his fate to a firing squad in Jamestown, Virginia as retribution for discord, mutiny, and espionage (Green 1). Some four hundred and seven years later, the fate of the death penalty itself has become one rather controversial—in the landmark Supreme Court case Furman v....   [tags: Capital punishment, Crime, Prison, Murder]

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Does the term “Bible Belt” still remain true for Southern states?

- Does the term “Bible Belt” still remain true for Southern states. Did Facing the Giants depict religious life in the South accurately. From before I can remember, I was attending church and a part of children’s musicals. Church is like a second home and a huge aspect of my life. Religion is a common ground for many Southerners, and is a place to gather and catch up with one another, while in other parts of the country it tends to be a touchy topic. Religion is one of many aspects that developed the South into what it is known for today....   [tags: Religion]

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Supporting the Conclusions that the Land Domain Will Remain the Decisive Domain through which to Achieve US National Interests

- Subject: The land domain will remain the decisive domain through which to achieve U.S. national interests. 1. Purpose. The purpose of this paper is to support the conclusions of the Army Chief of Staff, Commandant of the Marine Corps and the Commander of US Special Operations Command that the land domain will remain the decisive domain through which to achieve U.S. national interests 2. Key Points. a. The land domain is the central hub through which all current domains (maritime, air, space, and cyberspace) as well as the newly proposed human domain derive their power to influence and achieve effects....   [tags: position paper, maritime, space, air, cyberspace]

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Monetary Policy Of The Federal Reserve Should Remain Focused On Maintaining Its Low Interest Rates

- Brian Moulton ECON 210 Professor Kunsoo Choi 6/5/2016 Given high unemployment and relatively low inflation, the monetary policy of the Federal Reserve should remain focused on maintaining its low interest rates. Tightening the money supply by increasing interest rates before unemployment comes down is likely to only worsen the job market, a correlated relationship demonstrated by the Philips curve. If I were Chairman of the Fed I would focus instead on maintaining the low rates while keeping an eye on inflation....   [tags: Inflation, Monetary policy, Unemployment]

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Why Marijuana Remain Ilegal

- “I felt so great after using this, I want to try this again” said Sam after using a drug name marijuana. He is an 18 years old football athlete who is about to graduate from high school. He was a smart boy who everyone sees the bright future for him. After a year Sam became a regular marijuana user and then marijuana took control over his life and he became mentally and physically sick. He couldn’t play for the football team anymore because he was physically unable to do it and then after a while he stopped going to college....   [tags: Drugs, Legalization]

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Should Abortion Remain Legal?

- Gurvir Sandhu Mrs. Richards Comp 1 Argumentative Essay Should abortion remain legal. J.R.R. Tolkien said, “Even the smallest person can change the course of our future.” Whether it is graduating school, buying a car or having a baby, no matter what it is even the smallest thing in our life can our entire future or all human beings. Whether one believes that an abortion kills a baby or just does away with an embryo, an abortion will have an effect on the future of the individual that makes the decision....   [tags: Roe v. Wade, Abortion, Abortion law]

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Minimum Wage : Raised Or Remain The Same?

- Minimum Wage: Raised or Remain the Same. All around there are people who argue about minimum wage. There are people who argue that the rate per hour should be raised. There are also people who argue that the rate per hour should be lowered. There are also people who argue the rate per hour is fine how it is and that it should stay the same. Should the rate really be raised, or should it instead be lowered. Why should the rate be raised, or why should it be lowered. What will happen if we lower the rate of minimum wage or what will happen if we raise the rate of minimum wage....   [tags: Minimum wage, Employment, Wage, State]

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Why Citizenship Should Remain A Birthright

- In Steve Chapman’s article “Why Citizenship Should Remain a Birthright,” he argues that Donald Trump’s proposition that people born in the United States should not be considered U.S. citizens automatically. Chapman also claims that if the policy was to be changed, consequently, advanced ways to demonstrate that the newborn is a legal citizen would be required, which would lead to an extremely long process. The author connects with the audience effectively by thinking logically, the research he completed was evident, and the language he used was to make it manageable to take him seriously....   [tags: Logic, Reasoning, Critical thinking, Reason]

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Proactive Steps to Remain Debt Free

- ARTICLE TITLE: Proactive steps to remain Debt Free ARTICLE BODY: For everyday purchases it is better to use cash and do not take any debt. Although it is accepted for long term purchases like auto and home. Try to save more from your earnings or try spending less. It simply means enjoy less say 40% and save more that is 60%. Prepare a monthly report of your debts. Calculate all the interest, balances and payments. Add and subtract all in a spreadsheet to summarize and get the grand total. Update it and get motivated every month by paying off your debt....   [tags: Finance]

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The Legal Age Should Remain 18

- Throughout life, there are various ages that are associated with particular milestones, like driving at 16, voting at 18, drinking alcohol at 21, cheaper insurance at 25, and being eligible to run for president at 35. While each of these has their own importance, there is one milestone that has no place in modern day United States, and that is the milestone of legally smoking at 18. Federal legislation needs to be passed, changing the legal age for the usage and purchase of tobacco products from the current age of 18, to 21....   [tags: Tobacco smoking, Nicotine, Tobacco, Cigarette]

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Why Americans Remain From Poverty

- Why Americans Remain in Poverty With a country as wealthy and powerful as the United States, according to Pam Fessler, who is a writer for npr.org, almost fifty million American live in the conditions of poverty. With most of these fifty million Americans, they are trapped in poverty due to lack of access to higher education, unable to obtain necessities, or unable to obtain aid from the government. Due to the rising costs of tuition of college, children of parents who are impoverished, begin to be distanced from his or her chance of escaping poverty....   [tags: Lyndon B. Johnson, United States]

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Screen Adaptations of Classic Literature Should Always Remain True to The Details of The Original Novel.

- There are many issues involved with adapting a classic novel for the small screen, but probably the most important of these is the degree of loyalty the adaptation should make with the original novel. For a director it is almost impossible to remain perfectly loyal to the novel. For instance,around the time of the first director, David Lean, filmmaking had not advanced to such a stage for it to be possible to, as shown in the book, animate the roots of a tree to look like dead people’s hands. Another problem in directly adapting the novel is that there is simply not enough time to include all the details of a book into a small length of time....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Graduation Speech: Remain in Christ

- It's been great attending County Christian School. Where else do students walk into school at 7:55 and receive a cup of hot chocolate and a cookie. Then, after third period, Mr. Obrastoff combs our hair and sings to us. It really has been a delightful place to go to school. In all seriousness, we have been blessed to go to this school. We have been looked after and protected. Now, we prepare for the real world. We will be facing new temptations and challenges. It's not like as soon as we walk out these doors after receiving our diploma there's going to be a line of rough-looking guys who are going to be saying, "Hey I'll give you ten million dollars if you go rob that bank," or "Hey, do you...   [tags: Graduation Speech, Commencement Address]

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All Four Episodes Of `` We Shall Remain ``

- After watching all four episodes of "We Shall Remain", I think back to all of them and some parts stand out to me more than others. These being my "take aways". In episode 1, I thought there were the most take aways than in the other 3 episodes. This being because most of us have heard the story of the pilgrims and the Native Americans but episode 1 really cleared things up. There was a lot more detail from what I remember or from what I was taught about this encounter and the pilgrims journey to the new world....   [tags: United States]

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The Drinking Age Should Remain At 21 Years Of Age

- DANGER I say that the drinking age should remain at 21 years of age. Firstly I feel this way because it’s a proven fact that people’s brains do not fully mature until a certain age and aren’t capable of making good decisions. The second reason I feel that the drinking age should remain at 21 years of age is because there are so many dangers to drinking. Lastly I feel that the drinking age should remain at 21 is because I don’t feel that people are responsible enough at 18. I first stated that the drinking age should remain at 21 years of age because it’s a proven fact that human brains do not fully mature until a certain age....   [tags: Drinking culture, Alcoholic beverage]

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The United States Should Not Remain The Indispensable Country

- Issue 1: Should the United States Seek to Remain the Indispensable Country. Ted Galen Carpenter, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, challenges conventional wisdom and argues that the United States should not seek to remain the indispensable nation in the international system in “Delusions of Indispensability”. Carpenter depicts the concept of the U.S seeking to remain the indispensable nation as “dubious” and a “blueprint for strategic overextension” of resources leading to a “failed paradigm” (Pg.19)....   [tags: United States, World War II]

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The Legal Drinking Age Should Remain At 21 Or Be Lowered

- An ongoing debate has been occurring trying to decide if the legal drinking age should remain at 21 or be lowered. Teenagers seem to be consuming alcohol with no regard to the legal age. Drinking underage can lead to many problems but these problems can potentially be resolved by lowering the drinking age. Taking a look at some of the myths verse the realities will help grasp why the drinking age to consume alcohol is legally 21. In today’s society many myths contribute to underage people consuming alcohol....   [tags: Drinking culture, Legal drinking age]

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Keeping Debt And Remain There For The Rest Of Your Life

- How To Always Stay In Debt And Remain There For The Rest Of Your Life Staying out of debt is very tough, especially if you plan on going to college or taking on a house.What if you don’t want to get out of debt , and instead want to stay in debt.That way you would be able to buy the stuff you always wanted and to enjoy life without worrying about if you have enough funds to actually pay for the things you are enjoying. Once you follow the process you will be able to purchase most of the stuff you would like , take a vacation to another country, to buy your family nice things without worrying about how you 're going to get the funds and how you 're going to pay for it.Our goal is...   [tags: Credit card, Credit history, Credit score, Credit]

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Fine Arts Should Remain a Curriculum at Public Schools

- Lets paint a picture together. Blank walls, silent rooms, and shy students are what is brushed on the canvas. Our picture is a result of the limitations put on the powers of artistry. Staci Maiers validates that “the school play, the marching band, the drama club, the student art show - they’re usually highlights of a student’s education” (1). “. . . [Fine Arts] can connect people more deeply to the world and open them to new ways of seeing, creating the foundation to forge social bonds and community cohesion,” (qtd in Smith 2)....   [tags: dance, paint, art form, drama]

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