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What Makes A Wrong?

- No one can be right without someone/something being wrong. Thusly, all things are wrong until proven otherwise. To prove this true or untrue would be to prove this point; thusly, acknowledging that it is so. Truth is nothing more than commonly accepted opinions. Questioning what makes something true is to question its existence; to question existence or validity is to create and destroy truth. This in mind, never trust what can be conveyed as it can be manipulative. Nothing is correct, yet, none can prove why until all the questions are answered; to answer one question presents the question of how to make the incorrect, correct....   [tags: Question, Critical thinking, Sentence, Proposition]

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- Vegetarianism and Cancer Being a vegetarian is becoming more and more popular in today’s society with the need to be politically correct. As doctors look further in to this lifestyle they are finding more and more benefits to a person being a vegetarian. In an article entitled “Vegetarian Diets During Cancer Treatment” written by Donna Paglia, M.S., R.D. discuss the benefits to being a vegetarian as far as cancer goes. Within the article she discuss the research that shows that by having a vegetarian diet you can reduce your cancer rates....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Tatparya and its role in verbal understanding

- Tatparya and its role in verbal understanding I examine the concept of intention (tatparya) and its role in the phenomenon of verbal comprehension (sabdabodha) with special reference to Navya Nyaya, followed by some critical and evaluative remarks. An effort has been made to give an account of the apprehension of intention (tatparya) in four types of sentences: a) the ambiguous sentence b) the non-ambiguous sentence c) the vedic sentence and d) the sentence uttered by a parrot. I. The present paper gives an account of the concept of intention (tatparya) and its role in the phenomenon of verbal comprehension (sabdabodha) with special reference to Navya Nyaya, which is followed by some critic...   [tags: Concept of Intention Sentence Papers]

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Ode Of The West Wind By Percy Bysshe Shelley

- “Ode to the West Wind” is a type of poem that speaks to the object or thing in the poem, instead of about it. Percy Bysshe Shelley honors and is constantly moved by the power of the Wind and its incredible role in nature. Using all his passion and inspiration, he wrote an ode dedicated to the Wind, expressing his feelings towards it and how he strives to be like the Wind. While the ode may seem simple at first, it allows Shelley to create a deeper meaning throughout his poem through his clever use of metaphors and personification....   [tags: Percy Bysshe Shelley, Poetry, Wind, Sentence]

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How Gender Really Plays a Role

- Capital punishment has been used in the U.S state of Texas since 1819. It and the death sentence remain a highly controversial topic, still widely debated as to whether or not it is an ethical means of penance for convicted criminals. While 1,369 individuals have been executed under this law since the reinstating of the death penalty in 1976, only fourteen women are included among these figures (Clark Prosecutor). The disproportionate statistic of women executed in the United States compared to their men executed brings to light whether or not the U.S....   [tags: capital punishment,death sentence,legal system]

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I Learned At Cms And I Think It Went

- This was the first lesson I have taught at CMS and I think it went reasonably well for a first attempt and considering my nervousness. There are, of course, things I would do differently or things that I would have implemented if I had the luxury of a follow up lesson the next day. I felt relieved to have taught this first lesson and now know what to expect for my second lesson with regard to how willing the students are to respond and participate in the lesson and how to pace myself. The first part of my lesson was presented as a whole group direct instruction and then I dismissed the students to practice independently....   [tags: Writing, Education, Sentence, Teacher]

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Sentencing of Juveniles

- The Sentencing of Juveniles Today, we live in a society faced with many problems, including crime and the fear that it creates. In the modern era, juveniles have become a part of society to be feared, not rehabilitated. The basis of the early juvenile justice system was to rehabilitate and create safe havens for wayward youth. This is not the current philosophy, although the U.S. is one of the few remaining countries to execute juveniles. Presently, our nation is under a presidential administration that strongly advocates the death penalty, including the execution of juveniles....   [tags: Juvenile Crime Criminal Sentence Essays]

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Mandatory Minimum Sentences Are Not Effective

- Mandatory minimum prison sentences are punishments that are set through legislation for specific offenses. They have been used throughout history for different crimes. The four traditional goals of punishment are: deterrence, incapacitation (incarceration), retribution, and rehabilitation. With the state of our national economy, cutting prison and corrections costs would be a huge savings. On the surface, it may seem that mandatory minimum sentences would serve the traditional goals of punishment....   [tags: Mandatory Minimums,Costly and Ineffective]

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Pseudo-cleft and It-Cleft Sentences

- In the regular sentence order of English, the subjects come before predicates and verbs come before objects. In English, there are variations in sentence order. Although these variations cause some confusion, a speaker of English can use them to highlight an important point in the sentence. For example, a speaker uses a cleft sentence as a way to focus on a special element on the sentence. A cleft sentence is a complex sentence in which a simple sentence is expressed using a main clause and a subordinate clause....   [tags: Grammar]

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Rhetorical Analysis of Two Sentences

- Rhetoric may refer to the practice of argumentation that aims to influence or modify the perspectives of the target audience (Herrick, 2005, p. 3). Critically analysing the rhetoric context of an article could help us better apprehend the writer’s rhetoric moves as analytical readers, and attain useful techniques to improve as proficient writers. This essay will be evaluating and comparing the following sentences, which both successfully delivered powerful messages within the gender equality arena yet vary in terms of their rhetorical situation, rhetorical appeals, tone, structure and style....   [tags: women, race, strategy]

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Mandatory Minimum Sentences in Canada

- Introduction This paper will be focusing on the controversial issue of mandatory minimum sentences in Canada. There has been much debate over this topic, as it has quickly become implemented for the sentencing of drug offenders, drug-related crimes and banned firearm offences. I will argue that every case that comes through the criminal justice system is different and deserves a fair trial with a sentence that is not already determined for them. There have been many cases where the judge has no discretion in the sentence due to the mandatory minimum sentences pre-determined for the case, no matter what the aggravating or mitigating factors were....   [tags: firearms, criminal justice system, prison, trial]

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A Study On How Breathing, Phonation And Articulation Work Together With Appropriate Vocabulary

- Firstly, we begin with stuttering/stammering. We start by exploring talking and normal speech with the clinician and client. During this the clinician first explained how breathing, phonation and articulation work together with appropriate vocabulary. Once the client understands, the clinician asks the client to explain this process back. For instance, one client talks about how everybody has speech helpers. These speech helpers are the lungs, which need air in order to talk, the voice box, which is located in our throat, and our lips and tongue in order to produce the words we want....   [tags: Stuttering, Cluttering, Dyslexia, Sentence]

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What I Learned About Different Grammar, Expressionas And Idioms I Had Never Heard

- Hello, Kirsten. For last five class time, I’ve learned how to comprehend and give instructions to others effectively. Overall, we focused on how to use diverse grammar, expressionas and idioms I had never heard of. So, from now on, I want to talk about what some important things are about following and giving instruction like indication of direction. Firstly, I think indicating a direction is so important part of giving instructions. Actually, I have a few experiences that someone has asked me direction they wanted to be headed since I came to Canada....   [tags: Sentence, Question, Interrogative word]

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An Investigation And Gathering Facts That Can Make A Good Witness

- Witnesses are extremely important to a case and gathering facts. There are many different things that can make a good witness. Some of these things are as listed. First of all I think the most important attribute that a witness must have is honestly. Cases can be corrupted if there are bad witnesses that aren’t telling the truth. Even though a witness is sworn under oath, that doesn’t stop some from giving false statements. A false statement can completely change the entire outcome of a case. Not only is lying under oath wrong it’s also illegal....   [tags: Question, Answer, Oath, Sentence]

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The War on Drugs: The House I live In Documentary

- A Nameless Inmate shouts to the camera behind bars in the Documentary “The house I Live In, he shouted “Just wipe me out straight off the map for nothing. 57 years for a small rock . I wanna know why i’m treated like I murder somebody. The war on drugs, a war made invisible to society, but one of the most destructive wars in our nation today.Politician’s call it a successful proposition for the nation, following the motto- go hard or go home,Politician's Increasing the sentencing of drug related crimes by the hour, Law enforcements cleaning up the streets.Locking up every drug offender that cross their paths....   [tags: law enforcement, sentence, minorities]

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What Do You Want For When You Grow Up?

- The question “What do you want to be when you grow up?” is a haunting question for everyone. At the age of five, any child has a whole list of careers, and they want to achieve every single one. What is wrong with that. According to Emilie Wapnick, there is absolutely nothing wrong with that idea. As I watched Emilie’s TED talk, I was enlightened about the fact that maybe it was okay to have more than one passion in life. Right off the bat Emilie asks the dreaded question, and I immediately became engaged in what she had to say....   [tags: Question, Sentence, Interrogative word]

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Morals and Forgiveness in Simon Wiesenthal's The Sunflower

- In Simon Wiesenthal’s The Sunflower, he recounts his incidence of meeting a dying Nazi soldier who tells Simon that he was responsible for the death of his family. Upon telling Simon the details, Karl asks for his forgiveness for what he helped accomplish. Simon leaves Karl without giving him an answer. This paper will argue that, even though Karl admits to killing Simon’s family in the house, Simon is morally forbidden to forgive Karl because Karl does not seem to show genuine remorse for his committed crime and it is not up to Simon to be able to forgive Karl for his sins....   [tags: Concentration Camps, Death Sentence]

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My First Ever Interview : A Interview

- I sent the text message, “Are you ready to do this interview?” I received a quick reply “Come to my room.” And there I was, on my way to her room to conduct my first ever interview. I hadn’t visited her room in a while; I used to spend all my free time in there. I hoped that this wouldn’t impact the fluidity of the interview. The magnet was in her door, as usual, and I entered her room without warning. “Let’s get this started,” she said, “ It’s going to take like five minutes, right?” This question would set the tone for most of the interview....   [tags: Question, Sentence, Thought, Answer]

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New Forms Of Texts, Knowledge, And Learning

- As society moves forward and advances, the way people communicates changes as well. Nowadays, traditional expression through writing is being replaced with images. With this shift there are many gains, but some losses are included as well. Gunther Kress, a professor in the University of London wrote an article named Gains and Losses: New Forms of Texts, Knowledge, and Learning. He talks about the shift of representing ideas and thoughts through writing to now images and the gains and losses that came with it....   [tags: The Reader, Reader, Writing, Sentence]

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An Individual 's Level Of Trauma

- In the first section of the assessment, the subject of learned violence is addressed. This information has the potential to provide valuable insight regarding the child’s upbringing, and what they view as acceptable behavior. The learned violence section includes questions that reveal what a child’s environment consists of. In the next section, the topic is fear. Consequently, relevant questions regarding feelings of anxiety, or fear of failure in attempting something new, are asked. Furthermore, the questions regarding going crazy or experiencing physical symptoms are able to provide insight as to what the person if feeling internally....   [tags: Emotion, Abuse, Question, Sentence]

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The Video Begins With An Officer

- The video begins with an officer giving a warning to a local college student. The officer seems very friendly with his tone and his small lecture. Once the traffic stop is complete, he spots another traffic violation, failure to signal lane change, and proceeds to pull the vehicle over. When the officer reaches the window he uses the same friendly tone. However, the driver of the vehicle is not in the mood to be pulled over and acts erratically. Thus forcing the officer to detain the woman for her behavior....   [tags: Question, Sentence, Interrogative word]

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Prison Sentences For Nonviolent Crimes

- As previously stated, the US contributes to more than a quarter of the global population of incarcerated people. European countries such as Germany and the Netherlands have decreased their incarceration rate to 79 and 82 people per 100,000 compared to the United States rate which is 716 per 100,000. A report created by the Vera Institute of Justice claims that Germany and the Netherlands were successful in reducing incarceration rates because they are focused on resocialization and rehabilitation rather than America prisons which focus on punishment and isolation....   [tags: Prison, Criminal justice, Recidivism, Penology]

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Nat Turner a Slave Rebellion

- “My father and mother strengthen me, and this was my first impression of life saying in my presence, I was intended for some great purpose (Nat turner, Brainyqoute.com)”. From the very beginning Nat Turner knew that he was meant to do something great. On the day of October 2, 1800 the famous Nat turner was born to Nancy Turner his father an unknown slave. Turner grew up with the thought that his father was an escaped slave and was coming back when he got the money to retrieve him and his mother....   [tags: african-american, freedom, sentence]

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Serial Killer: Sean Vicent Gills

- Sean Vincent Gills was born June 24, 1962, in Baton Rouge, LA to Norman and Yvonne Gillis. His father died of acholism when Gills was just a young boy. His mom working a full time job at a local television station struggled to take care of Gills. Her parents often looked at after him. As a child Gills was thought to be normal. His mother was quoted saying that “I used to call him my little blue-eyed angel. This is the person I loved most in this world.” It wasn’t until his teenage years when others began to see a different side of him....   [tags: victims, sentence, life in prison]

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Life Sentences and Sex Offenders

- Human Rights Watch, a world-class independent organization, state on their site: “Human Rights Watch is dedicated to protecting the human rights of people around the world” (Human Rights Watch). In 2007, they published No Easy Answer, which deals with how sex offenders are affected by being registered as sex offenders. They claim that it is injustice to “label” a person for their entire life for a bad decision they made as a child. I could not agree more, but what the good people at Humans Rights Watch are forgetting is that those are not the only people on the sex offenders’ registry; there are those with unspeakable crimes....   [tags: Criminal Justice]

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Teaching Conditional Sentences to Chinese Students

- Part A 1. Introduction Teaching English If-conditional sentences to Chinese students is always a challenge for English teachers. English teachers are still continuously seeking for an effective method to make the language point more understandable for students. The probability approach put forward by Mei Wu (2012) provides a clear classification of conditional sentences. Based on her theory, conditional sentences can be mainly divided into four types. In terms of probability, type 1 is the factual conditionals (zero condition) which mean the event is definitely happen to meet the condition stated in the if-clause....   [tags: education, grammar, language learning]

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Conditional Sentences Teaching

- Introduction Based on the textbooks in Hong Kong, the students in Primary 5 get the first chance to learn conditional sentences. There are four types in all: Type 0 (any situation which is always true), Type 1(something is going to happen in the future), Type 2 (an imaginary situation which stands no chance of happening or even impossible) and Type 3 (a situation which might have happened in the past but which did not really happen) (Loo, 1996). As time goes by, students will get a better understanding about them in junior high school....   [tags: teaching method, grammar, education]

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`` Impression Management On Facebook And Twitter `` By Annalise Sigona

- In our age of endless involvement in social media, we often see that people know online aren’t what they seem. Some social media users don’t know that same people we follow or are friends with on Facebook are controlling the way they are being perceived by other users. It’s a new social phenomenon born online and isn’t taken noticed by the everyday users, but there had been movies and stories about it. The topic of identity on social media is being bought up more often in the worldwide conversion about what social media means to us....   [tags: Question, Interrogative word, Sociology, Sentence]

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The Effect Of Current Events On Emotions, Attitudes, And Beliefs

- This paper looks at the experiment of Rachel Dunn and Oxford Brooks University looking for the correlation between current events and how it effects emotions, attitudes and beliefs. It looks at the point of view of the test subject and the experience of the person taking the survey and how that was for them. It reviews the survey questions and determines what made them easy and comprehendible for those taking it. Finally why the topic of the survey and experiment was important to the current time....   [tags: Question, Interrogative word, Sentence, Emotion]

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Outline Of The President Nixon 's Aide John Dean

- CKSSO Clutter Fighting clutter is like fighting weeds—the writer is always slightly behind. New varieties sprout overnight, and by noon they are part of American speech. Consider what President Nixon 's aide John Dean accomplished in just one day of testimony on television during the Watergate hearings. The next day everyone in America was saying "at this point in time" instead of "now." Consider all the prepositions that are draped onto verbs that don 't need any help. We no longer head committees....   [tags: Sentence, Word, Time, Need to know]

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Discussing The Emotional Aspects Of Special Needs Children

- Introduction: Prior to conducting the interviews, I knew this would be a sensitive subject for most families of special needs children. I especially know this because I am a parent of a special needs child, and it is not always easy to discuss the emotional aspects with others. Thankfully, I had established a prior relationship with each participant, and believe that each person felt comfortable discussing the questions candidly with me. Prior to conducting the interview, I assured each participant that their responses would be confidential and only shared to the instructor of the course....   [tags: Family, Education, Public school, Sentence]

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Summary : ' The Mind '

- Kassandra Ruiz Phil 1301 12:00-12:50 Extraordinary Mind The mind is such a beautiful mystery that gives us humans the power to come up with extraordinary ideas. Every individual is different; we all have different ideas and opinions on how we approach life. The situation of living can be twisted and bended into many ideas that humans have formed overtime. Life to me is important to be questioned. Famous philosopher Socrates believed that the unexamined life is not worth living, this is something I highly agree on....   [tags: Question, Interrogative word, Sentence, Questions]

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Purpose And Design Of A Research

- Study Purpose and Design: The purpose of our research is descriptive. This means that we are attempting to investigate a certain element in the real world and describe it in a more accurate manner, guided by previous research. Our survey applies to this research purpose because we have some guidance from previous research, but not an ample amount that would lead us to explanation research. In description research, accuracy is prioritized. We achieved accuracy due to our question order, schematically asking questions we want the most accurate data for first, and questions that would not be influenced by other questions were asked last....   [tags: Question, Answer, Political party, Sentence]

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The Physical Setting Of My Novel

- Asking questions is on pre-reading strategy that I used. I looked at the cover of the book and read the summary on the back to come up with questions that would help me understand the novel better. Another strategy I used was making predictions. This helps me to try and understand the book and the characters in a better way. The questions and predictions helped me while I was reading because I was able to draw conclusions and figure it why certain things were happening. The physical setting of my novel is at Culver Creek boarding school in Alabama....   [tags: Word, Sentence, Question, Going-to future]

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God 's First Choice Of God

- “And it came to pass, that after three days they found him in the temple, sitting in the midst of the doctors, both hearing them, and asking them questions. And all that heard him were astonished at his understanding and answers.” Luke 2:46-47 When God spoke for the first time the cosmos was illuminated with an energy called light. As the will of God was expressed through the spoken Word, darkness fled. The entering in of His Word brought forth light. Everything in the universe exists because of the Word of God....   [tags: Sentence, Question, Interrogative word, Answer]

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Effectiveness Of The Deterrence Doctrine

- There is an ongoing debate on the effectiveness of the deterrence doctrine. The deterrence doctrine is dated back to its origins in the 18th century, known to be the Age of Enlightenment. During the 1700s to 1800s, the Classical School of Criminology became the focal point as it commenced to force attention on the “cruel” justice system. The two most influential scholars who have elaborated along the idea of deterrence are Cesare Beccaria and Jeremy Bentham. Beccaria, known as the father of classical criminology, believed that people are “being motivated by the pursuit of pleasure and trying to avoid being in pain” (Owen et al., 2012, p....   [tags: Criminology, Crime, Criminal law, Sentence]

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A Home Visit Document Rationale

- Home Visit Document Rationale The documents below are meant to be given to the parent in sequential order according to the description. Family Information Sheet This document will be passed out at the beginning of the school year, when the parents first visit the school for family night. Overall, this document is intended to give me information about the family, so I can include their culture into the classroom. It also will help me be culturally competent when working with different types of families....   [tags: Question, Interrogative word, Sentence, Questions]

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My Personal Experience Of Music

- The first of the questions that I wrote up was in regards to the interviewee’s personal experiences. I wanted to learn a little more about him. As students, we do not usually get to learn about the passions and desires of the teacher. I wanted to learn about them and find out why and how they became interested in what they do. In essence, I wanted to pick their brains just a bit. The first question asked the professor what made him interested in psychology to begin with. He told me that he was in a band prior to becoming a professor....   [tags: Psychology, Question, Interrogative word, Sentence]

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My Experience At The Park

- On August the first, I was at the park, it was a really sunny day but I was trying to get back in shape before school starts. While I was trying to get back in shape I saw my friend Karina, therefore I stopped my 4 mile run and said “hi” after I said hi we started having a conversation consequently we started talking about how she was feeling this pressure that came from school and her parents. When I heard about how she was feeling, I remember the assignment that I had to do for my English class therefore I asked her if I could interview her for this assignment and surprisingly she agree I started by explaining to her that I was going to ask her three simple questions, however I told her th...   [tags: Question, Sentence, Interrogative word, Answer]

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Where, Who, Or What?

- Where, Who, or What. Have you ever been asked where you are from, and never knew how to properly answer it. Are they asking where you currently live. What your ethnicity is. Where your parents come from. Or where is your home. This is a question that is often very difficult to answer, especially for ethnically ambiguous people to answer. Many people argue that when someone is being asked this question, it is directed towards their race or ethnicity or where they were born. This question is filled with the possibilities of a positive or negative connotation....   [tags: Question, Interrogative word, Sentence, Answer]

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On Fredrich Von Hayek and John Maynard Keynes Sentences

- Sentences are, simply constructed to translate thought into words. The nature of how a writer compose their sentences are predicated by the text’s rhetorical situation. The purpose for this essay is to examining the totality of rhetorical situations upon two sentences from separate texts to critically analyse how the author employed techniques in order to connect with their audience, as well as parsing the cultural context of the authors of two separate sentences. I have chosen two sentences from a collection of academically contentious letters, exchanged between Friedrich von Hayek and John Maynard Keynes, revolving around the contestability of economic policy....   [tags: stylistic differences, philosophical analysis]

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Noncustodial Sentences

- Advantages and Disadvantages of Noncustodial Sentences Non-Custodial Sentences A non custodial order is a sentence given to an offender who has committed a less serious crime. The offender is given community orders rather than imprisonment. If the offender breaks any of the below orders then they will be re-sentenced and this is likely to result in them being given a heavier order or even a prison sentence. The types of non custodial orders available are; * Community rehabilitation order (previously called 'probation order' and unhelpfully changed to this inferior new name) * Community punishment order (previously called...   [tags: Pro Con Essays]

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Agreeing With Russell's Analyses of Sentences and Refuting Strawson's Objection

- Introduction In this paper I will argue that Russell's analyses of sentences is successful and that the objection brought by Strawson can be refuted. Russell’s theory of definite descriptions contains a significant insight in that Russell’s view that what appears to be referential propositions are in fact quantificational is correct. Russell's theory of definite descriptions Russell propounds two theses, one about names and the other about definite descriptions. This paper deals with Russell's analysis of definite descriptions, 'the F', and his theory of their proper logical analysis....   [tags: Definite Descriptions, Object-Dependent]

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Teaching Conditional Sentences through C-R Tasks

- A. Introduction Conditional sentences are dedicated to expressing a possible situation and its consequences. Teaching of conditional sentences is a difficult point in secondary school English education. In mainland China, students begin the learning of the first and zero type of conditional sentences in the eighth grade, and learn the rest of second and third type of condition sentences in the eleventh grade. The long learning period of conditional sentence can reflect the great importance and difficulty of teaching this grammar....   [tags: education, grammar, teaching method]

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Married individuals are more likely to support the death penalty than individuals who were never married.

- Hypothesis 1: Married individuals are more likely to support the death penalty than individuals who were never married. From the evidence this appears to be true. The data shows that 73.2% of married individuals support the death penalty while only 59.2% of those who were never married support the death penalty. However, when looking at other groups of single individuals such as those who have been widowed, divorcees, or separated respondents, the results are different. These groups have 70.1%, 70.1%, and 77.8% support for the death penalty respectively....   [tags: Statistics on death sentence]

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Juvenile Justice: Should Teenagers Be Sentences As Adults

- Many people assume that teenagers should not be sentenced as adults, because their brain is not fully developed. On the other hand, people believe if teenagers commit crimes then they need to have consequences for their actions. According to the Campaign for Youth Justices, about 250,000 teenagers are tried, sentenced, or incarcerated as adults every year in the United States (Campaign for Youth Justices 3). Therefore, charging teenagers as adults is fair, because they are human beings just like adults....   [tags: crime, action, teenagers, adults]

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Do Sentences Have Identity?

- Do Sentences Have Identity. We study here equiformity, the standard identity criterion for sentences. This notion was put forward by Lesniewski, mentioned by Tarski and defined explicitly by Presburger. At the practical level this criterion seems workable but if the notion of sentence is taken as a fundamental basis for logic and mathematics, it seems that this principle cannot be maintained without vicious circle. It seems also that equiformity has some semantical features ; maybe this is not so clear for individual signs but sentences are often considered as meaningful combinations of signs....   [tags: Equiformity Language Composition Papers]

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Artificial Sentience

- The use of computers has pervaded the life of every human being. At every street corner there are machines to be found that have been designed to simplify our lives and take over the mundane jobs that no longer require human intervention. One only needs to think of automated teller machines replacing bank tellers, vending machines phasing out street vendors, or near-infallible CCTV watching over us as policemen and sheriffs once did, to realise the extent that technology has enhanced and improved our existence....   [tags: Technology ]

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Capital Punishment: Main Aspects of this Controversial Topic

- Throughout history, humans have committed crimes even before they were labeled as crimes. Nowadays, different crimes are punished in different ways depending on where you live in this world. This leads to the main focus of this essay, capital punishment. Moreover, capital punishment, or as it is sometimes labeled a death sentence, is one of the many controversial issues in modern times. For the purpose of this essay, capital punishment could mean legally killing, executing or taking someone’s life as a punishment for a crime that constitutes such punishment....   [tags: death sentenece, executing, legally killing]

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The Three Strikes Law Repeat Felony Offenders Penalties

- The Initiative I have chosen to talk about is the Three Strikes Law Repeat Felony Offenders Penalties, Proposition 36. This proposition was introduced on the November 6, 2012 ballot as an initiated state stature, where it was approved with a 69.30% standing in the state of CA. This proposition was set up to modify the elements in California’s “Three Strikes” Law, which was approved by the state’s voters in 1994 through proposition 184. There are 24 other states that have some form of the Three Strike type law in effect as of today....   [tags: proposition 36, sentences, offence]

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The Competing Explanations of Deviance

- How are the Competing Explanations of Deviance Relative to Juveniles who are Serving Life Sentences in Prison. America is the only country that incarcerates persons under the age of 18 to a life sentence in prison (Knafo 2013). Scientist says that the full level of maturity is not reached until a person is in their mid-20. Immature children without an adult brain are committing adult crimes and are serving adult time. Why. The answer unfolds in the explanations of deviance. Statistics states that nearly 3000 juveniles who are put in American prisons are given a life sentence without the option of parole (EJI)....   [tags: Legal Issues, Life Sentences]

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My Mistakes and Improvements in Writing

- ... Also, reading out loud, it helps to notice grammatical errors. Although I have acquired helpful reading, writing, and analytical skills, I am not an expert in any of them. I still struggle at noticing my mistakes and knowing when to make the proper correction. For instance, in my essay “We Are Where We Come From”(Essay 2) after knowing most of these skills I still managed to make a lot of mistakes such as run-ons, fragments, and other errors. An example of one of my run-ons is “Without our families to give us a sense of who we are the world would be like the Dead Sea full of lost souls searching for their personal identity.” This run-on is missing a comma after “are”, and before “world”....   [tags: reflective essay, run on sentences, ]

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Mandatory Minimum Sentences are Cruel and Unusual Punishment

- Mandatory Minimum Sentences are Cruel and Unusual Punishment Two decades ago it was not uncommon for Americans to believe they had one of the best criminal justice systems in the world. Unfortunately, with the enormous drug trade coming to a pinnacle and the effects of drugs on more and more suburban youth, the government felt a desperate measure had to be taken. In the mid-1980’s congress passed a series of strict laws to keep illegal drugs off the street....   [tags: Papers]

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Literary Elements Used in My Essays

- As always, my essays usually turn out to be dry and monotonous, but undeniably extensive in informative flesh and teeth. My words could be called repetitive by a few, tiresome by some, but exhaustive by most. I always employ long, winding descriptions to the simplest thing, usually stringing a series of dependent thoughts together at a melodramatic pace. Long sentences that are unequally formed in a series of dependent clauses that eventually ends with the fundamental idea at the end of the sentence becomes a signature flourish in my literary style....   [tags: syntax, complex, sentences, writing, style]

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Prison for Minors

- “Prison is no place for anybody to start off at. This is where everybody ends up and they end up being a loser in life. This is where the ball game begins and only the tough survive” (“Prison”). There are approximately 2,500 prisoners serving life without parole sentences for homicide committed when they were under the age 18. More than 2,000 of them received that sentence as a result of a mandatory sentencing scheme (“US”). State laws call for a mandatory sentence of life without parole for those convicted of a felony murder....   [tags: state laws, mandatory sentences, life sentences]

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Juveniles Tried in Court

- Laws regarding the age at which young people can be tried as adults must change because allowing juvenile offenders lighter sentences under juvenile court laws is only enabling their behavior and failing to teach them about real consequences to crime, yet not always in the best interest of the child such as alternatives are. It is necessary in some cases to send the juvenile to adult court for prosecution. But it is really hard to keep kids safe in an adult jail. Also by not giving youth their own separate facility they are not getting the proper education that they need to survive if they are ever released from prison (Gerdes 118-122)....   [tags: juvenile offenders, light sentences, jail]

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Comparing Newspaper Articles to See if the Type of Newspaper Affects the Length of Words and Sentences

- Comparing Newspaper Articles to See if the Type of Newspaper Affects the Length of Words and Sentences In this piece of coursework I will compare two newspaper articles to see if the type of paper of newspaper affects the length of words and the length of sentences. To do this, I have chosen a broadsheet newspaper, The Times and a tabloid newspaper, The Daily mail. I am going to compare the average word length as well as, the average sentence length. The broadsheet seems to be a more political and complex newspaper as intellectual and intelligent people tend to read it and on average, I expect it to a have a longer word and sentence length whereas, I expect the tablo...   [tags: Papers]

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The Practice of Capital Punishment

- Capital Punishment When court declares capital punishment to a criminal, he or she is put to death by the State for his or her crime. The practice is not uniform across the states in the US. Some of the states do not allow capital punishment while others have the law permitting capital punishment; however, execution procedures may differ. As of May 2013, the District of Columbia and 18 other States have abolished the capital punishment for any kind of crime whatsoever. States employ different methods of execution such as lethal injection or gas, electrocution, firing squad, hanging in executing the criminal....   [tags: Court, Criminal, Death Sentece, Execution]

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Improving The Content And Formation Of The Sentences

- This course has helped me a lot in developing my writing skills. I have learnt to improve the content and formation of the sentences. The growth is comprised of many other elements that make my writing better. I have become much more confident in writing essays and composing responses towards different topics. This growth came from a lot of practice and the techniques that were taught to me during the course. There are several aspects of this improvement that I would like to mention. I learn new things about writing in this course....   [tags: Essay, Writing, Paper, Writing process]

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The Forgotten Sentences Of Algerian History

- The significance of this study is shifting attention from the routinely studies that used to focus mainly on colonialism and its legacy to the colonized. The objective of this study is to re-write the forgotten sentences of Algerian history and to reveal what was written between the lines in Algeria official history in order to point out what was missing in the previous studies. The study looks at the post-2000 Francophone and Arabophone Algerian novels and their representation, of the past aiming at highlighting past they are talking about....   [tags: Algeria, French language, Arabic language, Morocco]

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Peter Lombard

- Although he is one of the most important Theologians of his time, little information is known of him. He was probably born in Northern Italy at Lumellogno in Navarre at around 1100 He attended Bologna possibly Vercelli, France to study first in Reins and then in Paris. He was then elected bishop of Paris in 1159; he soon died a year later. Peter was an Italian theologian and bishop of Paris, his Four Books of Sentences became the main theological handbook of the Middle Ages. He was a student at Paris, where he was the student of the French philosopher Peter Abelard....   [tags: middle ages, the sentences, theology]

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Should Juvenile Offenders Be Sentenced to Life Without the Possibility of Parole

- After reading the article Should Juvenile offenders ever be sentenced to life without the Possibility of Parole (Steinberg, L.& Scott, E. 2010) I did some research on the adolescence stage of human development, regarding the reason juvenile offenders should not be sentenced to life without the possibility of parole. And I have conducted a few facts of the adolescent brain supporting this argument. I have heard many stories of the cruel and evil crimes that some children have committed. There are a number of causes that can occur during development, that can cause these, kind of criminal behaviors....   [tags: Criminal Justice]

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Hillary Clinton And The Mandatory Minimum Sentences And End Private Prisons

- Hillary has been a great success throughout her campaign, however, she has been accepting donations from organizations that are not necessarily consistent with her point of view. As she stated, United States citizens are not “going to find anybody more committed to aggrieve campaign finance reform than me.” (How ‘Citizens United’ is helping Hillary Clinton win the White House, 1) Nonetheless, accepting money from a private jail while Hillary wants to “end the era of incarceration” is not consistent....   [tags: United States, President of the United States]

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Do The time, Lower The Crime by James Q. Wilson and Mandatory Minimum Drug Sentences Waste Resource by Kevin Zeese

- Prison reform has been talked about since the late 1800’s and early 1900’s with the goal of giving prisoners better living conditions. Today’s issues involving prison reform have caused many debates on whether or not prisons should change their traditional ways and try to find a more suitable solution with prison related problems like overcrowded facility and huge sums of money being spent on these prisons. Two article that are going to be analyzed in this essay are entitled “Do the time, lower the crime” by James Q....   [tags: article analysis, prison facilities, prison reform]

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The Disparity In Sentencing Amongst Minorities In Prison

- Although some say the high disparity of minority to white prison sentences is due to repeat offenses by second and third time offenders, the disparity in the population between black and white Americans in the U.S. doesn't support the fact there are more minorities than whites in American prisons. The make- up of judges, juries and law enforcement officials in the judicial system are a factor. The high disparity amongst minorities in prison is due to the societal issues such as racial discrimination, racial inequality of lawmakers in the court system, and presumptive sentencing guidelines....   [tags: Prison Sentences, Repeat Offenses, Jail Time]

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Ancient Slavery: Death Senetence or Life Opportunity?

- In Aristotle's "Justifying Slavery" and Seneca's "On Master and Slave," the two authors express their opposing sentiments on the principles of slavery. While Aristotle describes slavery as predestined inferiority, evidenced greatly by physical attributes, Seneca emphasizes the importance of "philosophical" freedom as opposed to physical freedom. (p. 58). The authors' contrasting views are disclosed in their judgments on the morality of slavery, the degree of freedom all people possess at birth, and the balance of equality between a slave and his master....   [tags: Slavery Essays]

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Criminal Punishment: Sentencing

- The sentencing process is created by some of the legislative party, who use their control to decide on the type of criminal punishment. The sentencing guidelines for the judges to go by can be different depending on the jurisdiction and can include different sentencing such as “diversionary programs, fines, probation, intermediate sanctions, confinement in jail, incarceration in a state or federal prison, and the death penalty” (Siegel & Bartollas, 2011, p. 40). In some jurisdictions the death penalty is not included as one of the punishments....   [tags: crime, judges, discretion]

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Sentencing After a Guilty Verdict

- A sentence is a decree of a punishment assigned to a defendant who was found guilty by a court, or fixed by law for a particular offence. If is a defendant found guilty, the type and amount of the sentence will depend on a number of factors, which every judge or magistrate must consider. Between these factors belong the six main aims of sentencing (retribution, denunciation, incapacitation or protection of the public, deterrence, rehabilitation and reparation), the age of the defendant (as there are available different types of sentences for young offenders), previous convictions (if the defendant has committed a crime before), the seriousness and nature of the crime committed (what ha...   [tags: court, defendent, judge]

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The Step by Step Process of Basic Essay Writing

- Writing is an important communication skill that is a necessary ability to be successful in today’s competitive job market. It can make the difference between getting a career and just getting a job. Even when applying for jobs that people consider ‘no brainers’, employers often ask applicants to write a paragraph or two explaining why they would make good employees for the company to which they are applying. On the application he was asked to state, in a paragraph, why he’d make a good team member for their store....   [tags: Thesis Development, Transitioning]

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We Sat Down Together And Read

- To begin going through my peer’s paper, we sat down together and read each sentence out loud on its own to see how it sounded to them. Any time we came across a sentence that sounded awkward or clustered, we would highlight it in order to come back and see how to fix it. After that, we read through the paper once more to see if there was any verbs, possessive nouns, or tense issues that needed to be addressed. Many of the issues my peer faced were with possessive nouns and whether or not they were singular or plural....   [tags: Writing, Reading, Reading, Verb]

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Truth In Sentencing Policies and the Effects on Courts and Prisons

- Society has high expectations for criminal justice. Controlling the behavior of people is a difficult task, and there are several differing opinions on how this should happen. Many believe this can best accomplished by prevention through deterrence. Deterrence can be achieved from increased police patrols, good relationships with the community, and through tough penalties for convicted criminals. When deterrence fails, criminals need to be identified and held accountable for their actions. Law enforcement enforces many different crimes; some of the most serious crimes are violent crimes....   [tags: Criminal Justice ]

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Edwards' Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God

- Edwards' "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" The passages given from the Edwards' 'Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God'; and the opening sentence of the Declaration both include many points such as the tone, diction, and syntax. The points shown throughout each sentence aims for the intent of obtaining the attention of the audience. The way each sentence is arranged with its own syntax can very well appeal to listeners, depending on its structure and imagery. Within the given sentence excerpt from Edwards' 'Sinners in the Hand of an Angry God'; you may perceive that the speaker is undoubtedly reaching for the audiences attention without sustaining his harsh yet fearful manner....   [tags: Edwards Sinners Angry God Essays]

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Aims of Sentencing

- The issue in this question is regarding the effect of Criminal Justice Act 2003 (CJA 2003) to previous English sentencing system regarding one of the aims of punishment i.e. retribution. It is a duty for courts to apply under section 142 (1) of CJA 2003. The section requires the courts to have regarded the aims in imposing sentence to offenders which has now plays a smaller role in serving punishment. And how profound this changes has been. I will discuss briefly about (a) historical background of CJA 2003, (b) identify who is CJA successor, (c) recognise difference in principle between CJA and its successor i.e....   [tags: Criminal Justice, Sentencing Policy]

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The Use of Punctuation Marks in the Writing of Libyan Students

- “Punctuation marks are the main means of showing the grammatical organisation of what you write. Hide the punctuation and you hide the grammatical structure. And if you hide the grammatical structure, you hide the meaning of what you are trying to say.” Crystal (1996:151) maintains. As punctuation is relevant to and necessary to grammar (as above quotation states), a significant cause of EFL learner and Arab EFL writer low punctuation proficiency is the incorrect application of rules (Al-Jarf, 2001)....   [tags: Education, English Grammar]

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The Purposes of Sentencing

- ... R v Blake [1962] QBD George Blake, a spy, was given 42 year prison sentence . ‘ Aggravating Factors are any relevant circumstances, supported by the evidence presented during the trial, that makes the harshest penalty appropriate, in the judgment of the jurors.‘ [http://crime.about.com/od/death/a/mitigating.htm]. However, if offenders show the remorse, give the good reason for committed the crime or plead guilty (can reduce the sentence by 1/3), their sentence can be decreased.. All these factors are mitigating factors....   [tags: retribution, deterrence, rehabilitation]

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The Basic Goals And Philosophy Of Corrections

- The Basic Goals and Philosophy of Corrections for the 21st Century in America The view on corrections have changed over the years. While corrections is a main function of the criminal justice system, it is designed to regulate behaviors considered so dangerous that they cannot be tolerated within the confines of society (Siegel & Bartollas, 2014). After 9/11, society’s reactions to crime and punishment have intensified. A more conservative, hardline approach to corrections is encouraged, even with the declined crime rate....   [tags: Prison, Crime, Criminal justice, Corrections]

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The Freedom of Mrs. Mallard

- As Louise contemplates the fact of Brently Mallard's death, however, her grief gives way to a far more powerful feeling—a feeling of joy in her own freedom. Louise realizes that she will feel sad when she sees Brently's "kind, tender hands folded in death," but she also realizes that for the first time in years she actually wants to live. While Louise is intoxicated with this newfound joy, Josephine, who fears that Louise might harm herself in her anguish over Brently's death, implores her to leave the locked room and come downstairs....   [tags: Kate Chopin, Literary Analysis]

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Adapting Vocabulary of Document to Reach a Certain Audience

- Using simple phraseology, shorter sentences, and common sense are all options for preparing a document for a specific audience. Catering to the group of people is relevant so that they are lured in and can comprehend the lesson. After composing a technical or specialized writing, it is important that the author has an established writing style that he or she can edit for different types of essays and audiences. Depending on the audience, the type of vocabulary used in a document can play a big factor in how well the lesson is understood....   [tags: phraseology, writing techniques]

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The Safe Streets And Communities Act ( Bill C 10 )

- The Safe Streets and Communities Act (Bill C-10) introduced by the Canadian Conservative government became effective on August 9, 2012. The main intent to this crime bill is to become harsher on sexual offences; the Justice of Canada’s press release states that the crime bill protects “children from sexual predators” and “combat crime” through these harsher sentences. According to Thomas Gabor, mandatory minima are a way for politicians to demonstrate how they are “tough on crime” to prevent it, which achieves emotional support from their citizens....   [tags: Prison, Mandatory sentencing, Crime]

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Frege's Interpretation of Language

- Logic generally arises from argumentation, involving the study of reason and the forms it may take when presented as an argument. In determining the logical value of an argument, one must effectively assess the relations between objects and concepts put forth in a thought. However, thoughts themselves are inaccessible to anyone but the self as they exist only in the consciousness. To express such a thought, one must employ the tool of language, formulating thoughts and ideas into words so that they may be shared with a community....   [tags: Language]

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