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A Slice Of Life

- A Slice of Life Thump!Thump. There was a loud noise at the door, "Alright hold on, I'm coming." Tim yelled. Tim was in his early twenties, he had a blue mowhawk, always dressed shabby, and addicted to heroin. Tim walked to the door and opened it, "Yes." he said sarcastically. The man at the door asked if Gwen was home, "Are you Gwen's new boyfriend" Tim asked him. "Yes I am, my name is Tony" he replied. "Nice to meet you" Tim said. "No, Gwen is not here right now....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Analyzing Danielle Harper’s ‘A Slice of Sleep’

- The great screenwriter and director Robert Bresson is quoted as saying “Make visible what, without you, might never have been seen.” This statement is incredibly true of Danielle Harper’s screenplay ‘A Slice of Sleep’. Harper has created a world full of colour that reads to be a world of bleak darkness as it can be joyfully bright and uplifting. The word ‘journey’ is much overused, but perfectly describes the contents of Harper’s script. The following discourse will be looking at how Harper has followed screenwriting conventions, such as the ‘where’, ‘what’, ‘why’ and ‘how’ and using popular screenwriting theorist texts such as Robert McKee’s ‘Story’ (1999) and Syd Field’s ‘The Definitive Gu...   [tags: Literary Analysis]

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Christina Rossetti's No Thank-You John and Robert Graves' A Slice of Wedding Cake

- Christina Rossetti's No Thank-You John and Robert Graves' A Slice of Wedding Cake Poetry is a completely malleable form of expression that writers use as an outlet for emotion and advocacy. Because each poet is distinct in form and content, a poet may harbor some characteristics that bare a resemblance to work of another. If there is no room for comparison, a poem may have a literary complement that sets up an interesting contrast between poems, or a poem may reinforce the ideas of another poem....   [tags: Compare Contrast Poetry Graves Rossetti Essays]

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A Slice Of Life

- Thump!Thump. There was a loud noise at the door, "Alright hold on, I'm coming." Tim yelled. Tim was in his early twenties, he had a blue mowhawk, always dressed shabby, and addicted to heroin. Tim walked to the door and opened it, "Yes." he said sarcastically. The man at the door asked if Gwen was home, "Are you Gwen's new boyfriend" Tim asked him. "Yes I am, my name is Tony" he replied. "Nice to meet you" Tim said. "No, Gwen is not here right now. I think she is still trying to get the job at that bar on 6th street" Tim replied....   [tags: Creative Writing Short Story]

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What´s Computer Tomagraphy? CT Scan

- CT Scan Modes & Scanner Types -CAP Computed Tomography (CT) utilizes ionizing radiation and detectors, to form cross sectional images that can be reconstructed to produce a systematic representation of projected data of the region of interest (Goldman 2007). Currently, the use of third generation multi slice CT (MSCT), is clinically widely used to diagnosis patients. There are various CT scanner types and modes, which have varying physical properties and characteristics, each with its associated benefits and disadvantages (Van Straten et al....   [tags: ionizing radition and detectors]

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V. Evaluating The Ddn

- V. EVALUATING THE DDN TO MAKE DECISIONS MAINTAINING QOC REQUIREMENTS After setting up the structure of the DDN model with respect to the system’s requirements and objectives, we have carried out our experiments for decision making using the Netica development environment ( [19]. To formulate the inference computation, let us denote the set of decisions and the evidences over the time t as D1:t and E1:t, respectively. The context of the caregiver is denoted as Ct. The inference computation that must be solved in order to make a decision with the DDN is given in eq....   [tags: Decision theory, Decision making, Utility]

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Activities and Attractions in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

- You do not need to burn a hole in your wallet to enjoy the many activities and attractions in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. There are many entertaining events, throughout Milwaukee, that are absolutely free. From festivals to museums, and even free tours, Milwaukee has something for people of all ages. The large selection of free events and activities give everyone an opportunity to paint the town red, without breaking the bank. Milwaukee's River flicks Why pay an arm and a leg for a movie ticket. This summer, head off to Pere Marquette Park for Milwaukee's River Flicks....   [tags: Travel]

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TheTheory of Thin Slices: How a Little Bit of Knowledge Goes a Long Way

- The goal of this paper is to emphasize as well as decipher the multifarious activities Gladwell used to bring his points across in the concept of “The Theory of Thin-Slices: How a Little Bit of Knowledge Goes a Long Way." (Gladwell, 2007, pg.18) Thin- slicing, the ability to gather information in a split second, naturally, as in mind over matter or by conducting experiments, coming to a conclusion. Gladwell presents two types of illustrations of how thin slicing works: natural circumstances and controlled studies....   [tags: Malcolm Gladwell's Blink]

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Comparison of Chemical Composition of Various Food Stuff

- Title : Comparison of Chemical Composition of Various Food Stuff Introduction Carbohydrate is a macromolecule that consists of atoms of carbon, hydrogen & oxygen. The carbohydrates or saccharides exists in 4 groups, monosaccharides, disaccharides, oligosaccharides and polysaccharides. Starch is among one of the polysaccharides and it consists of a large number of units of glucose molecules joined together by glycosidic bonds. Starch consists of two types of molecules , the linear and helical amylose and the branched amylopectin....   [tags: of cells and molecules]

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N-Queens Recursive Algorithm with Multi-threading

- Now we place the 3rd queen in the available column. Here again, we don’t have a place to put the fourth queen. So we back track to the first queen and change its position to the second column as shown in Fig.7 below. Fig. 7 Placement of three queens As, shown in the Fig. 8 below, for the 2nd queen we only have one place to put it on the chessboard. Fig. 8 Placement of first queen with next column after backtracking After placing the 2nd queen, the available options for next queen are shown below....   [tags: parallelization of recursive procedures]

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How Enzymes Affect Our Body

- Introduction Our bodies involve and require many different biochemical reactions, which is achieved through the help of enzymes. Enzymes are proteins in our bodies that act as catalyst as they speed up vital biochemical reactions by reducing the “activation energy” needed to get the reaction going. To sustain the biochemistry of life, enzymes maintain temperature inside our living cells balanced and the concentration of reaction molecules. Enzymes are extremely efficient because they remain remarkably unchanged, therefore have the potential to be used over and over again....   [tags: PH, Enzyme, Catalysis, Chemical reaction]

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An Investigation to Demonstrate Osmosis Using a Potato

- An Investigation to Demonstrate Osmosis Using a Potato Aim I am going to investigate osmosis when potato is placed in different concentrations of sucrose. I am aiming to witness osmosis in 6 different concentrations of sucrose. I will use 6 varying concentrations so that I have a wider spread to compare the results, and check that I don’t have any anomalies. Prediction Osmosis is the process of diffusion of water molecules from a weaker solution into a stronger solution, through a semi permeable membrane....   [tags: Papers]

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Is Inequality Today? America Really As Bad As We Perceive It?

- Is Inequality in America really as bad as we perceive it. In America, we have many people discussing back and forth on the issue of inequality. Some people claim that inequality is a rapidly growing phenomenon, separating the rich from the poor. Though, other Americans claim that we’re progressing and departing away from inequality.  However, the way in which  we choose to perceive inequality is our choice, but we cannot ignore the fact that it exist. Inequality is an issue that has been constantly debated in the past, and will continue to be debated, so long as we do not put an end to it....   [tags: Working class, Middle class, Social classes]

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Things Don 't Always Go The Way You Want It

- In life things don’t always go the way you want it to be. There are going to be many unfair things or disadvantages happen to you sometime in your life. You can either turn that situation into a positive and move on, or just drag about it, and let it hold you back. It can be something simple as someone beating you to the gas pump you were waiting for to get and the other person didn’t see you, your younger sister beats you to the last slice of pizza, or even going to the store to buy the pair of shoes you’ve been saving up for and they don’t have your size....   [tags: Debut albums, American films]

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Analysis Of Oscar Wilde 's ' An Old Saying '

- An old saying by Oscar Wilde is, “Every saint has a past, every sinner has a future.” After the many years that I have known Alan Friz I believe that to be true. I have known Alan Friz for 8 years and I still continues to amaze me with his life. How a young man went from being nothing more than a juvenile delinquent to a convict and then to turn his life around for the better. Alan and I are sitting in our living room and I ask him to tell me something I do not know about him. He decides to tell me about one of the places he had robbed when he was 18 years old....   [tags: Juvenile delinquency, Crime, Oscar Wilde, Tell]

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To Start Looking at Pizza in a Different Perspective

- Pizza. Who doesn’t love pizza. Pizza is often loved by everyone and pretty much ate in any occasion. Through time, it has become a widely popular food. It is commonly viewed as a food that brings people together in harmony in one setting to eat and enjoy. Pizza has always been my family’s favorite for all occasions; whether I’m home alone, having a party, or just hanging out with my family on a Friday night. Pizza definitely brings people together. Although pizza is traditionally viewed as food, in our society pizza can also be used to understand rhetorics that have to do with bonding, culture/lifestyle, and health....   [tags: bonding, culture, lifestyle and health]

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The Major Significances of Ancient Roman Weddings

- The ideal Roman marriage is defined as such: “a monogamous union of a man and a woman, a total community of life, a partnership according to both human and divine laws” (Goran Lind, 32-33). In order for an ideal Roman wedding to be performed, several requirements were necessary. First and foremost, the bride had to be twelve at the youngest while the groom could be “at least fourteen” (A). Nevertheless, they could not be relatives (A). Another requirement besides the age was consent, which was displayed three times both before and during the ceremony....   [tags: ideal marriage, divine laws, weddings]

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Transcript of Discussion with Joseph E. Stiglitz

- Transcript of Discussion with Joseph E. Stiglitz: Coryat: Thank you so much again for responding so quickly to my messages. I would like to start by asking you a few question on the growing inequality associated from minimum wage. Originally, my argument was centered on the dependency food stamps create. Getting guidance from my teacher I was able to realize that the government encourages inadequacy though for the most part it aims at helping the people. Would we benefit from increasing minimum wage....   [tags: Coryat, dialogue]

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Top 20 Mocktails for the New Year

- Top 20 Mocktails for the New Year New Year is the perfect time to arrange parties and invite guests. The party feels complete with varieties of foods and drinks. Both alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages must be kept on the serving table for entertaining the guests of all age groups. Mocktails are combination of drinks in a subtle way to keep out alcohol from the drink. Colorful drinks will definitely make your guests feel satisfied. Here is a list of some fabulous non alcoholic drinks that can be prepared in minutes....   [tags: non alcoholic cocktails]

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The Drug Epidemic Of The United States

- The drug epidemic in the 1980’s and early 90’s was tumultuous time period for the United States as a whole; drug over doses became a norm and families were commonly torn apart because one or more members became addicts. Rueben Casteneda in his memoir, S Street Rising depicts the disastrous consequences that happen when the desire for crack cocaine manifests into an addiction. Casteneda not only uses his own life, but individuals from various classes in the heart of the country, to emphasize the harsh reality of being addicted to crack cocain....   [tags: Drug addiction, Cocaine, Crack cocaine, Addiction]

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Negative Effects of Fast Food Consumption

- How many days a week do you have fast food. Once. Twice maybe. In the world we live in today it’s common to have fast foods three to five times a week. In school cafeterias, children are exposed to these kinds of meals everyday, increasing the chances for health consequences and cutting off space for their true performance. According to Oxford dictionaries, fast foods are defined as “easily prepared processed foods served in snack bars and restaurants as a quick meals or to be taken away.” This meaning may sound harmless but the truth is that everyday more and more kids are living the consequences of our poor nutritional system....   [tags: aggressive conduct, poor academic performance]

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Is Capitalism Good For The Poor?

- This paper sets out to answer the question, “Is Capitalism Good for the Poor?” The answer—yes or no—depends on the particular features of a nation’s institutions and how we measure and perceive poverty. Poverty, capitalism, economic growth, income distribution, markets, property rights, and rule of law are among the many topics addressed. Despite various impediments to positive institutional change in many nations, heightened competition spurred by the information revolution and the spread of political and economic participation worldwide through the usage of globalization has benefit people previously cut off from the path of success due to poverty....   [tags: Economics, Capitalism, Gross domestic product]

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The Metamorphosis, By Franz Kafka

- People behave inconsiderately in many ways. Some examples include cancelling plans at the last minute, making you wof all ages can wait for a long time, or simply not saying thanks. Unfortunately, no one can control the behavior of an inconsiderate person, but mechanisms are available when dealing and responding to these people. In my opinion, I believe being considerate is an important quality to have, whatever the consequences may be. It teaches the person to be grateful and as a result, they live a healthier life....   [tags: The Metamorphosis, Franz Kafka, Gregor Samsa]

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Blink, There Is A Cure

- Have you ever felt over-whelmed by information. Information that may be useful, however there is so much of it that it feels as though you have to sift through a mountain. According to Malcolm Gladwell, the author of Blink, there is a cure. You need to “thin-slice”. The human mind is capable of making complex decisions instantaneously just by briefly skimming all the information collected especially when it comes to assessing the mental state or emotions of another person. However, even with this remarkable ability, there is a catch....   [tags: Decision making, Mind, Blink, Unconscious mind]

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The Recovery Of Food Addiction

- A recovery group that I have decided to attend was The Recovery of Food Addiction. I went in with an open mind. I was very intrigued and wanted to know how serious this addiction was to each individual. When I got there, it was very welcoming and a friendly place. I noticed that the women were very open and absolutely loved to give hugs. When the session started, the women talked about their struggles that they were dealing with since their last meeting. Most women were trying to stick to a promise that they made, to remain on a healthy diet....   [tags: Nutrition, Obesity, Dieting, Food]

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Plant And Animal Cells

- Plant and Animal Cells I. Introduction All organisms in life are composed of at least one or more cells. Cells are the basic units of life. There are three main features of a cell. First, all organisms consist of one or more cells. Second, cells are the smallest units of life and third, cells arise only from preexisting cells. These three facts are referred to as the cell theory. All cells can be categorized into two basic cell types. They are prokaryotic and eukaryotic. To distinguish where cells are placed in the two categories, what is inside the cell must first be looked at....   [tags: Biology Biological Cells Essays]

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The ' The Man Wonders Why He Isn 't Loving Every Second With Her

- The man wonders why he isn’t loving every second with her. This is exactly the situation he’d fantasized about—to be a beautiful woman’s plaything, to peer inside the mind of a woman and to discover and to feel and to become one with her innermost secret fantasies. Some things may be best left to the imagination, the man considers as the woman reaches back and pulls his hair, urging his tongue deeper in her asshole. The woman drops the knife on the tile floor. The man can hear her muffled moans grow louder as her fingernails dig into his thighs....   [tags: Fuck, Profanity, Cunt, 2004 albums]

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Looking at Monsanto through the John Rawls Theory and Functional Paradignm

- For this research paper I will be looking at Monsanto through the John Rawls theory and functional paradigm. Monsanto is the most recognized corporation in the farming industry. They are famous today for Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO’s) which are changing our perception on how we buy and eat our food. Many countries in the world have been highly against GMOs and Monsanto, banning them from selling their products. However, United States and North America is pro GMOs. The United States might have misperception of Monsanto, as if letting them pretend to share the pie equally....   [tags: genetically modified organisms,]

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How to Cook an Authentic Italian Pasta Sauce

- For many, Italian cuisine is an inspiration concentrating on the freshest, most perfect ingredients. Its true brilliance is behind its simplicity of preparation that holds a representation of the colors of the Italian flag: the red, white, and green that are echoed repeatedly in various dishes. An authentic Italian pasta sauce is a key component to many classic Italian dishes such as baked ravioli, or chicken Parmesan. After reading this recipe, cooking a tomato sauce that is exceptional with various Italian dishes will become a second nature....   [tags: Instructional Essay, Process Essay, How To Essay]

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Analyzing Using Explanations The Value Of Using Charts?

- Q. 1 Describe using explanations the value of using charts. Ans: Charts are the tools in which a large set of data is summarized in a single picture and its rightly said that, “ A good picture is worth a thousand numbers”. Charts are the most efficient and simplest way to provide the scattered data. It helps to prepare a single report by using different source. The Charts are used by all from small scale industry to the large ones like education institution, sports, government, business, etc , it’s the most useful and business friendly tool....   [tags: Chart, Bar chart, Radar chart]

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The Destruction Of The Indies By Las Casas

- A grotesque body is one that is open, sickly, comprised of many parts, and overflows in excess. In Montaigne’s Of the Caniballes, Europeans view figures of cannibalism as the Native inhabitants of the New World. The consumption of humans involves opening up the contained body, allowing its inner parts to be abjected beyond its internal boundaries. For colonizers, participants of cannibalism are barbarians who eat their victims by transforming their classical bodies into grotesque forms. As a result, these cultural practices make them inferior and savage compared to the modern Europeans....   [tags: Colonialism, Spanish colonization of the Americas]

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The Decision That I Make The Right Decision?

- With the both of them staring at me I felt like I was under a microscope and had to reevaluate the decision that I had made. Was I making the right decision. Shay and I would never be able to have kids together, I mean we could adopt if we wanted. Or maybe even go to the sperm bank to get some super smart sperm. Who was I kidding. I didn’t want kids. After dealing with the students at school and keeping Imani’s secrets of sex and marijuana, I was one hundred percent sure that I wanted nothing to do with them....   [tags: Debut albums, 2008 singles, 1999 singles]

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What About Tacos? Mexico And Taste A Taco?

- What about tacos. Have you ever been in Mexico and taste a taco. If not, pay attention to the next. Many people only know about one kind of tacos, but is there only one. The answer is no. The tacos have a history of more than 100 yeas and it was created by farmers. The creation was to make it simple and faster to eat. Tacos share the same similarity, all of them consist of putting the ingredients on a circle slide made of corn. The reason of this particular circular slice is because the circular surface allows human hands to grab the taco more easily....   [tags: Mexican cuisine, Mexico, Milk, United States]

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The History of Anime and Its Influence

- Some people may ask what is anime, and how is it different from cartoons. Anime is a term specified for Japanese animation. How has Anime affected history, and how does it influence today's society. Anime covers more serious topics than american cartoons. Cartoons in America are considered a form of entertainment for children. Anime in japan are for people of all ages, anyone can watch anime. Most anime shows and movies are made for children, adolescents, young adults, but there are also anime that are made for the older generation of people....   [tags: Japanese animation, cartoons, cosplay, genre]

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Life in the Ghettos: Controlling and Segret

- “The Jews were convinced that it couldn’t get any worse. The truth is that, to the very end, every stage was more difficult and more terrible. The dynamics of this development are the essence of horror” (Vashem, 2010). A ghetto is a part of a city where Jews were forced to live in horrendous conditions. Even though a ghetto was a transitional stage, it was still an atrocious place to be. The least of importance is what is ghetto and where did it originate. The term “ghetto” originated from the name of the Jewish quarter in Venice, established in 1516, in which the Venetian authorities compelled the city’s Jews to live (United States United Holocaust Memorial Museum, 2013)....   [tags: rations, non-jewish, transitional stage]

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The History and Development of Sliced Bread

- ... He presented the slicer to many bakers, but they believed the machine would fail because there was no mechanism in place to prevent the bread from becoming stale. Rohwedder formed Mac-Roh Sales & Manufacturing Company to sell the machine to individual bakers and corporations. Around the time Rohwedder depleted his monetary supply, he met with a friend named M. Frank Bench who owned the Chillicothe Baking Company. Bench was the first to employ Rohwedder’s machine to produce sliced bread. The two subsequently decided to market the bread under the name Sliced Kleen Maid Bread....   [tags: revolutionizing the American way, toasters]

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The Ethics Of The Three Strikes Law

- Following the murders of two young girls, both killed by repeat offenders, the people of California decided it was time to eradicate recidivism and crack down on crime. The general view was that violent criminals needed to be kept in prison where they could not harm the public, and the existing criminal justice system was not doing enough to deter crime. Out of this wave of moral outrage came what was to be the harshest sentencing legislation in the country. The “Three Strikes and You’re Out” Law passed with an overwhelming 70% of votes and went into effect in November of 1994....   [tags: Prison, Crime, Law, Life imprisonment]

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The Effects Of Moist And Dry Food

- THE EFFECT MOIST VS DRY FOOD HAS ON THE AMOUNT OF BACTERIA PICKED UP OFF OF FALLEN FOOD Lindsey Alexander, Gabby Wnek, Raquel Montoya, and Lauren Burkhart Introduction Micro-organisms play a huge part in a human’s life. Microbes are given a bad reputation because they are often known for causing disease, but that is not always the case. Microbes are found on the surface of our skin, in our intestines, and everywhere else. In fact, humans need microbes to survive. Microbes make up more than 60% of the living matter in the world....   [tags: Bacteria, Microbiology, Serratia marcescens, Food]

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The Obesity Problem Of The United States

- Hidden Killers Can someone control or hurt our health without us even noticing it. The obesity problem in the U.S. is the most common sickness of our time. People get sick from unhealthy life styles such as lacking exercise and constant eating of fast food. People love easy, cheap, delicious, and fast ways of getting food. Any kind of fast food is available for us at any time and any place. Fast food corporations have made that opportunity for us. Some people think that they have control of their own choices....   [tags: Nutrition, Junk food, Food, Fast food]

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Obesity And Fitness : Controversial Topics

- Obesity and fitness are both controversial topics that are presented daily in the society we live in. Not only is it something I consider really important, it has also become a part of my very own lifestyle. For that reason, I chose these two ads that present how either eating healthy or becoming physically active can and will benefit you. Both of these ads indicate how one can make a difference and get out of the cage many feel they live in. The author uses several rhetoric strategies to control what they want viewers to believe....   [tags: Nutrition, Obesity, Emotion, Advertising]

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Analysis Of Conestoga College Doon Campus

- Case Description The situation I have identified is that Conestoga College Doon Campus does not offer enough healthy, yet still affordable, food options for students and faculty. This is a rhetorical situation because the situation can be changed or modified. The exigence in this situation is that many students are becoming more and more health conscious, but do not have the healthy food options that are still affordable. My audience is Jennifer Bruder, the food services director for Chartwells at Conestoga, as she is the one who could make the decision about offering more healthy food options....   [tags: Nutrition, Health, Health care, Medicine]

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Ct Detection Of Cancer And Cancer

- CT Detection of Cancer Nearly everyone has been or will be touched by cancer in some way at some point in their lifetime. There is more medical technology every day that helps detect and treat cancer earlier helping people survive longer. Computed tomography is one of those technologies, it can be used to diagnose cancer, stage cancer for treatment, and more. This paper is going to examine four different types of cancers: breast cancer, colorectal cancer, lung cancer, and pancreatic cancer and how CT is used in detection of these....   [tags: Cancer, Breast cancer, Colorectal cancer, Colon]

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Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee

- Harper Lee’s novel To Kill a Mockingbird is filled with characters who change throughout the course of the novel. It is arguable that Jeremy “Jem” Finch, the son of Tom’s lawyer, has the most profound character development in To Kill a Mockingbird. Throughout the novel Jem transitions from child to young adult. This is evident when the adults in his life begin treating him differently. Jem’s is stripped of his innocence as the book progresses. This becomes apparent when he is no longer levelheaded and when he is distraught during the court trial ....   [tags: To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee, Truman Capote]

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Benefits Of A Pre Workout Meals

- A pre-workout meal is a meal that is eaten before your workout. Having a pre-workout meal is very important, that is why you need to eat the right amount of foods in order to gain enough energy when working out your muscles. The best way of coming up with the best pre-workout meals, is by understanding the different rates of digestion that each food has to offer because meal timing is very important. A good meal should fall within 3-4 hours of the workout but it doesn’t have to be digested fully in order to have a good energy-filled workout....   [tags: Metabolism, Nutrition, Muscle, Carbohydrate]

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Home Remedies for Dark Underarms

- Dark underarms or armpits are a condition of the skin under the arms that becomes dark. It becomes a major concern to fair skin people as dark armpits are more visible on fair skin than on dark skin. The causes for dark underarms are: • Improper cleaning • Sweating • Friction due to different types of clothes • Dead skin cells • Use of shaving products • Deodorants containing alcohol The symptoms of dark underarms are • Sweating • Itching • Dark skin along the area of armpits • Bad odor Pregnancy, hormonal changes, age and genes all play an important role in decolonization of the armpits and cause a lot of embarrassment....   [tags: Health Care]

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Golf and the Sencondary Discourse

- Playing golf encompasses many ups and downs, excitement and frustration, and an abundance of fun when things go right. Golf is a game with so many different emotions that constantly change and play with countless minds in menacing ways. Motivation is the key to success, brought by successful moments that cause excitement. Those moments keep me returning to the course, continuing to make mistakes, but always learning more about the puzzling language. Over several years, I have been able to learn the secondary Discourse of golf by learning about the golf swing, learning terminology, principles of the sport, and through my experiences....   [tags: sports, terminology, excercise, PGA, swing]

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Anime or Animation in Japan

- The word anime is an abbreviation of the word animation. In Japan, the word's used to refer to all animation. Outside of Japan, it's become the term for animation from Japan. Otaku, people who have obsessive interest in anime, also refer it as Japanimation (Japanese animation). Anime in Japan are for people of all ages, anyone can watch anime. However most anime and movies are produced for children, adolescents, and young adults, but there are also anime that are made for the older generation of people....   [tags: otaku people, cartoons, character development]

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Ritual Suicide- An Honorable Tradition

- Ritual suicide is a tradition started by the Japanese Samurai around 1180AD. It consists of an individual cutting themselves horizontally across and down their abdomen, then finishing the act by slicing into their heads (Hilton). The Opera, Madame Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini, is a tragic romance that ends with the Japanese lover committing ritual suicide. Another story that portrays ritual suicide is “Patriotism” by Yukio Mishima. Both of these works shine light onto a Western culture that views such a sacrifice as an honor, and is also a deeply rooted in tradition....   [tags: Japanese Samurai, Japanese History]

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My Stepmom: My Real Mom

- The Google definition of the word mom is “one's mother; my mom each gave us a slice of pizza”…….So in my circumstance where the woman whom I consider to be my mom, is not my mother, and additionally came into my life after the point of where I desperately needed someone to get me a slice of pizza, does she not count. In my paper I’m going to discuss my relationship with one of the biggest role models In my life, and although she may be unrelated to me, and I may refer to her to other as my step-mom to others, to me she far exceeds the stupid Google definition to what any mom should be....   [tags: personal story and reflection]

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Japanese Love Anime Equals Japanimation

- ... However even within anime there are unique types of genres limited to only anime. Some Unique types of genres limited to only anime can include “Mecha”, “Magical Girls”, “Slice of life”, “Shounen Ai”, and “Shōujo Ai”. These genres are unique, Mecha would involve robots, magical girls (Sailor Moon), slice of life tries to captures the everyday life, Shounen Ai and Shōujo Ai are very unique. Shōnen Ai, means Boys love, and Shōujo Ai means girls love, this types of genre are very unique as it is not introduced in many other types of shows, these genres freely express homosexual relationships....   [tags: characters, features, storyline]

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Diagnosis Of Medical Conditions: Ultrasound

- A very important reason for the New Zealand Medical Journal to consider nominating Ultrasound as the most important piece of medical equipment used today is because of its medical use in Fetal Echocardiography. When 3D ultrasound is used there are 3 steps that should be considered separately; volume acquisition, Glass-body with colour Doppler and Rendering. Firstly, 3D volume acquisition is a key technique that uses ultrasound when examining the fetal heart. This technique contains digital information of the cardiac structures and their spatial arrangement; therefore cross-sectional views can be obtained at any desired orientation, direction and depth....   [tags: medical equipment, surgery]

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Factual Texts and Fictional Texts

- Task 1 Factual texts are that the thing we read is based on facts. The facts are true and reliable. Facts cannot come out of nothing, so they are based on research and studies. Reading texts will to teach us more about the real life, it can be especially the thing you are interested in. Unlike fictional texts, the factual texts are based on facts, and not things that amazes our brain and imagination.A important rules before you writing a factual texts is the text should be based on recent studies,and it must be written in an interesting way so the reader can easily read and understand the text....   [tags: internet, science, technology]

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Modernism : The Modern Era

- The ‘Modern’ era began, approximately, in the mid-1800s (Worthen), following its predecessor the Romantic period, which was an era that was emotionally charged ad focused on the physical relationships between characters and being one-with-nature, rather than the focus of the modernist period, which was to bring social and political issues or statements into the storyline of a script whilst still keeping the stage, characters and overall performance aesthetically pleasing for the audience of the particular period....   [tags: George Bernard Shaw, Henrik Ibsen, Anton Chekhov]

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The Ethical Implications Of Cloning

- Cloning is a unique scientific action that has caused issues in our society, in regards to the ethical process of it. In a nutshell, cloning is the act copying a living thing and creating another version of it. However, it goes much deeper than this in the actual scientific explanation of how it works. Cloning works by slicing part of the DNA from an animal, human or other living creature, and creating another form of life using the same DNA slice. As the DNA slice is the same, the other form of life is undoubtedly the same as well....   [tags: Ethics, Virtue ethics, Morality, Human]

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Modernism : The Modern Era

- The ‘Modern’ era began, approximately, in the mid-1800s (Worthen), following its predecessor the Romantic period, which was an era that was emotionally charged ad focused on the physical relationships between characters and being one-with-nature, rather than the focus of the modernist period which was to bring social and political issues or statements into the storyline of a script whilst still keeping the stage, characters and overall performance aesthetically pleasing for the audience of the particular period....   [tags: George Bernard Shaw, Henrik Ibsen, Drama]

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Air Travel And International Travel

- Countries With The Highest Number Of Airports In The World Without a doubt air travel is one of the most important aspects of international travel. It allows not only for the movement of both people and goods in and out of a country, it also opens up a country to other aspects of development such as trade. Arguably, next to the internet, air travel is seen as one of the main driving forces of globalization. Cheap, accessible air travel has indeed made the world a tight-knit society encouraging growth, discovery, integration and progression in different spheres....   [tags: United States, Russia, Mexico, Latin America]

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Censorship Of The United Kingdom

- From Italy to the United Kingdom, through Quebec, we are all moved by this additional example of interference by Europe in our daily lives. But this is only a fable. It seems that Brussels wants to ban the toaster with two slots. It is probably a matter of days: the toaster with two slots will soon join the long list of "Euromyths". In 1994, Brussels was already being accused for forbidding curved or too small bananas. Quite lately, much has been heard that Europe had prohibits young to climb on stools....   [tags: European Union, European Parliament]

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Outline Of A Nutrition Policy

- Policies, in child care facilities, are a set of principles put into place to ensure the safety, nutrition, and health of everyone involved with the center. Each child care facility may display their policies in different ways, but they all contain the same important information. The information placed in the policies is based on the Georgia Child Care State Regulations guidelines set by the state. In this paper, I will propose a nutrition policy that will motivate children to get involved in the selection and prep of healthy meals....   [tags: Nutrition, Vegetable, Fruit, Tomato]

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Super Bowl Advertisement Messaging Strategies

- Super Bowl Advertisement Messaging Strategies During the 2016 Super Bowl, companies paid approximately $5 million for a 30-second commercial, according to CBS (Ourand, 2015). With this type of investment, it is important for companies to strategically consider how to relay messages to consumers in a meaningful way. However, even a hefty investment will result in a very low increase of sales (Clow & Baack, 2016). Visual advertising results in better message delivery than other forms of advertising for larger companies with a creative mix of strategy, source, appeal, and execution shown in Table 1....   [tags: Super Bowl, National Football League]

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Biology Experiment

- Biology Experiment Hypothesis I predict that the potatoes in the solution with high sugar concentration will increase in mass the most, the potatoes in the water with no sugar will lose the most mass. Osmosis is the movement of water from a high concentration to a low concentration across a particularly permeable membrane. The water can move between the potato and the solution but the sugar can’t because the molecules are too big to pass through the membrane. The water will move between the solution and the potato....   [tags: Papers]

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How To Make Banana Pudding

- Since 1903, banana pudding has been an American desert classic. The sweet taste of warm vanilla wafers can warm up a cold body anytime. The most common recipe for banana pudding calls for the use of an oven and stove top. Although, this recipe does make for a great banana pudding, it can take the average individual almost an hour to prepare the desert. Now a day, time is money for most families, so being able to prepare a desert like this can be time consuming. Having a no bake option can be the perfect fit for busy families....   [tags: How To Essay, Instructional Essay, Process Essay]

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McDonalds: An American Icon

- The largest of the fast food companies have forever cemented themselves into the American culture and they are fully aware of that fact. Written on a McDonald’s paper tray liner is their statement to this knowledge; “I think about great memories from my past. Road Trips, friends, study breaks and lots of laughs. Anytime nostalgia sets in, I know it’s not too long before I’ll be going to McDonald’s for a Big Mac. Someday in the future, when I’m looking back at today, McDonald’s will still be there.” Since our future only holds visions of more and more fast-food restaurants springing up across the horizon, we need to learn where the best food is being served outside our own kitchen....   [tags: fast food, restaurant]

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Home Remedies for Cysts

- Home Remedies for Cysts Cyst is a closed sac-like structure that occurs in the tissue. It may contain semi-solid materials, air or fluids. However once a cyst is formed, it may can go away on its own or can also be removed with the help of surgery. Cysts are small lumps that can appear on the neck, back or head. And the main occurrence of cysts is due to the blockage of oil glands. These are composed of sebum which is a semi solid matter. In some situation there may be some amount of painful oozing from the cysts....   [tags: Health]

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The Weight of Cakes

- See what I did there. Although I may have borrowed Shaw’s title, this essay will (arguably) have a bit more romance than the Pygmalion, but that is an entirely different essay. Growing up I have always been surrounded by every aspect of food imaginable. My mother owns a catering business and has been cooking all of her life (and I would like to think I picked up a skill or two along the way). One thing is for sure though; I have grown to appreciate many different aspects of food. Naturally, being a sugar crazed adolescent, one of my favorite dishes were her specialty cakes....   [tags: Value, History, Properties]

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Overview of Martial Arts

- Introduction Martial arts has always been a tool for channeling negative energies within yourself such as stress, anxiety, depression and anger. From ancient Greece to the modern world, MMA has developed and been compiled by many different martial arts, mainly muay thai, kickboxing, classic boxing, wrestling and Taek Wondo. The training of martial arts is wholly aesthetic, the beauty of art. History Firstly, mixed martial arts has been into existence since ancient Greece in 700 B.C. wrestling, boxing and other combat sports were already a part of the Olympiads....   [tags: ancient greece, mixed martial arts, MMA]

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Anime: Animation from Japan

- The word anime is an abbreviation of the word animation. In Japan, the word's used to refer to all animation. Outside of Japan, it's become the term for animation from Japan. Otaku, people who have obsessive interest in anime, also refer it as Japanimation (Japanese animation). Anime in Japan are for people of all ages, anyone can watch anime. However most anime and movies are produced for children, adolescents, and young adults, but there are also anime that are made for the older generation of people....   [tags: japanimation, unlike American cartoons]

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A Multi Cellular Organism

- Ever since the beginning of time when we were only singular celled organisms, we have always been trying to find others to fight or live aside us. A long time ago, eventually these cells were floating in the ocean. These cells started to figure out that they could make formation that allowed a multi-cellular organism to be created for an optimum survival. Over several thousand years, these organisms decided that they can create a formation where vital cells can provide food for the other cells that surround it....   [tags: Neuron, Nervous system, Complex system, Addiction]

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Nutrition, Taste And Presentation

- Even professional chefs don’t have to handle the number of cooking complaints that mothers deal with every day. As kids grow up, their nutritional needs change and so should your recipes. However it becomes rather difficult to strike a balance between nutrition, taste and presentation. Kids need something special every day, plus there is a long list of veggies, nuts and fruits that they don’t like. Hoopos helps you out with some yummy recipes that are sure to fetch you compliments from your child: 1....   [tags: Vitamin, Nutrition, Milk, Cooking]

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Investigating the Effect of Concentration of a Certain Salt Solution on the Amount Tissue of Potato Slices

- Investigating the Effect of Concentration of a Certain Salt Solution on the Amount Tissue of Potato Slices Aim: The aim of the experiment is to investigate the effect of concentration of a certain salt solution on the amount tissue of potato slices. Osmosis is the movement of a solvent (e.g. water) through a semi permeable membrane, from a solution that has a lower concentration of solutes (e.g. salt) to one that has a higher concentration of solutes. In osmosis, the membrane does not allow the solute to pass through, but does allow the solvent to pass through....   [tags: Papers]

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How the Concentration of the Substrate Affects the Reaction in the Catalase Inside Potato Cells

- How the Concentration of the Substrate Affects the Reaction in the Catalase Inside Potato Cells Introduction Enzymes are made of proteins and they speed up reactions, this means that they act as catalysts. Hydrogen peroxide is a byproduct of our cell's activities and is very toxic. The enzymes in our bodies break down the hydrogen peroxide at certain temperatures they work best at body temperature, which is approximately 37 degrees. At high temperatures, the cells begin to denature....   [tags: Papers]

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The Effect of Different Sugar Concentrations on Potatoes

- The Effect of Different Sugar Concentrations on Potatoes Aim: To investigate the effect of different sugar concentrations on potatoes. Osmosis is defined as the net movement of water molecules from a region in which they are highly concentrated to a region in which they are less concentrated. This movement must take place across a partially permeable membrane such as a cell wall, which lets smaller molecules such as water through but does not allow bigger molecules to pass through....   [tags: Papers]

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Sigmund Freud and Everyday Use

- Sigmund Freud and Everyday Use Sigmund Freud is best known for his development and use of psychoanalysis. The theory of psychoanalysis focuses on the concept of how our unconscious thoughts, feelings, and emotions play an active role in our daily lives. The id, ego, and superego are the three mental zones that encompass our psyche. Each zone has a specific function: The id functions on the pleasure principle; the ego on the protection of the individual; and the superego on protection of society....   [tags: Everyday Use essays]

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Comparison of Stealing and Hitcher

- Comparison of Stealing and Hitcher In this essay, I will be comparing two poems; Stealing, by Carol Ann Duffy and Hitcher, by Simon Armitage. I will be using several categories in which to structure my comparison, which include style of language and structure. In this piece, I hope to provide in depth analysis into the narrators feelings and the poets techniques. Finally I will be making a summary of my comments in a brief conclusion at the end, which will include my thoughts on both poems. The style of language in these poems have several similarities as well as differences....   [tags: Carol Ann Duffy Simon Armitage Poetry Essays]

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Digestion of a Sandwich

- As I look at the ham sandwich sitting on the plate before me, I start to feel queasy with disgust. The slab of ham is laced with fat. The white solid stuff is just sitting there, taunting me. Daring me to eat it. The bread is stale, crumbling, falling apart. I know that as soon as I pick up the sandwich, the bread is going to disintegrate in my fingers, leaving me with nothing but the malicious ham. No, I think to myself. I will not eat this sandwich.      I just cannot bring myself to put this, this thing into my mouth....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Advertising Agencies

- Advertising is the primary source of communications between a company and consumers. Companies may choose in-house advertising or utilize an outside advertising agency. The amount of money that has been allocated for advertising plays a large role in whether a company uses an in-house source or an outside advertising agency. Utilizing an outside agency has several benefits including: • Reduced costs such as less employee time spent on promotion and design • More expertise • An outside perspective • Access to talent (Clow & Baack, 2014, p....   [tags: Marketing Strategy, Celebrity Endorsement]

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Developmental Physical Education

- When we think of developmental education, we think about the young children of our world today. They develop into individuals, men and women, which our world relies on to continue to teach their children about the important things in life. Physical Education is one of them and we have failed to realize the impact it’s having on our world today. Developing the child at the preschool level will enforce them to want to be engaged in physical activity. This is what we need to continue to do to be able for us, as a whole population, move into a more positive direction towards being physically active....   [tags: Child Development ]

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Atlantic salmon fishery

- Introduction The topical focus of this paper is the Atlantic salmon fishery. In particular, this paper looks at habitat loss and salmon farming both of which have had major impacts on the sustainability of the fishery. Several efforts have been made to restore Atlantic salmon to their native habitat, specifically in Maine and New Hampshire. This paper reviews the policies that have been implemented, not yet implemented, and a proposed policy. Historical Background of Atlantic salmon In 1758, a Swedish naturalist named Carolus Linneas gave the Atlantic salmon its scientific name, Salmo salar which Latin for “the leaper” (Atlantic Salmon Museum, 2014)....   [tags: Habitat Loss, Salmon Farming, Sustainability]

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The Naming of Domino Park in Miami

- The Naming of Domino Park Domino Park resides in one of the predominantly Cuban districts of the greater Miami area. It is located on the corner of Calle Ocho and fifteenth-avenue in Little Havana. Domino Park is a gathering place for the men and women of Little Havana. They have congregated in the mini-park for years, challenging each other to domino games. Although players sometimes choose to challenge each other to games of chess, the main staple of the park is dominos. The park received its nickname, Domino Park, for that very reason....   [tags: Little Havana Cuban Community]

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Income Inequality in the US is Growing

- Stiglitz explains the high level of inequality due to the fact that the top US income earners captured a majority of the income growth, widening the gap between them and the low-income earners. This income can be explained through the Heckscher-Ohlin model. The trade between US and poorer global economies causes more of a specialization in what the US is relatively endowed in, capital or skilled workers. This increases the production in capital-intensive industries and decreases production in labor-intensive industries....   [tags: production, capital, skilled, workers, wages]

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Implementation of SMT Concept in Intel Processor

- ... But handling events like cache misses, interrupts, and branch misprediction which causes interrupts in pipelining are costly. Instruction-level parallelism: It is a technique of executing large number of instructions in each clock cycle by using out-of-order execution on the basis of instruction dependencies instead of program order. Cache hierarchies: Most frequently used data are saved in cache in order to fast access of data if it is required in future which reduces time. Currently multiple levels of cache are used....   [tags: software, improvement, efficient, policy]

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