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Mysticism in D. H. Lawrence's A Fragment of Stained Glass

- Mysticism in D. H. Lawrence's A Fragment of Stained Glass Mystical ideas about heaven, hell, angels, and the devil have been present in human lives for most of history. While some people simply take what is given to them without considering what else might be out there, others have faith in higher beings and need that support to survive. "A Fragment of Stained Glass" by D. H. Lawrence delves into the questionable beliefs of a mystical world outside our own material world. Lawrence develops these ideas by using a frame story that does not truly reveal itself to the reader until the end of the story....   [tags: Lawrence Fragment of Stained Glass Essays]

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Stained Glass Art: Visual Emotions

- Stained glass window artists capture not only artistic techniques, but architectural methods as well to construct their works of art. These techniques have subsisted for thousands of years and have survived through multiple cultures. Colors, patterns, and scenes draw an emotional response out of a viewer as well as portray a visual interpretation of a story, scripture, or moment in time. In order to completely comprehend the extent of the art and architecture of a stained glass window, an individual must first have knowledge of a stained glass window’s origin....   [tags: Art]

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Louis Comfort Tiffany and Stained Glass Windows

- It was in ancient Rome that stained glass windows were first created and admired, being simple compositions of colored glass. It was between 1150 and 1500 that stained glass art reached its peak in Europe, where large, historiated windows were being created for cathedrals (Metmuseum.org, 2014). These windows were “illuminated visual sermons of biblical stories,” and greatly changed the way the congregation learned about religion (Reynolds, 2013, p. 3). It wasn’t until the late 1800s that stained glass artists began making secular-themed windows....   [tags: techniques, glassmaking]

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Artists in Stained Glass

- Artists in Stained Glass I. CONCRETE EXPERIENCE I think my interest in the combination of glass, light and color began as a child when I discovered the colorful images created inside a kaleidoscope. Even as an adult, I cannot seem to resist picking up a kaleidoscope and gazing into the viewer as I rotate the tube to change the design of the colored bits of glass. If you walk into my home, it is apparent that I like to decorate with glass. I have glass flowers, marbles, stones, vases, balls, bowls and my favorite, stained glass....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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15 Piece Stained Glass Pattern Analysis

- “The 1,113 scenes depicted in the 15 stained glass windows tell the story of mankind from Genesis through to Christ’s resurrection. Fourteen of the windows, depicting episodes from the bible should be read from left to right, from the bottom upwards.” (“A gem”). The first window shows the images of Genesis and the beginning while the second is the story of Moses who was found by an Egyptian princess after his mother sent him away to save his life. He would later lead the Hebrews out of slavery. The third image is the Book of Numbers which relates the story of Israel’s journey from Mount Sinai to the plains of Moab on the border of Canaan....   [tags: bible, god, resurrection, christianity]

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Stained Glass Windows

- Stained glass windows Stained glass windows used to be only referred to Cathedral windows but it has now moderated into a wide variety of different things. Many people think stained glass is just work on windows but it can also be three dimensional structures and sculptures. Stained glass is still widely used for different things. There was a time when stained glass was deceased but then it later got revived. Stained glass is sometimes difficult to make but if the artist is skilled enough they will produce beautiful designs....   [tags: Art Architecture]

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Blood Stained Water

- Blood Stained Water A shrill screamed issued from her mouth, it filled the room, and then stopped as suddenly as it began, leaving echoes lingering in the air. The body of a man lay on the floor, dressed in a charcoal black suit, and faded around the cuffs and the collar. His ageing wrinkled hands clutched onto his chest, soaked in the warm, wet blood, which stained his shirt. A faint drip could still be heard in the eerily silent study. His face was so vivid with fear. It could be seen in his usually warm, brown eyes....   [tags: Papers]

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Cinnamon stained Dawn

- Cinnamon Stained Dawn Mom: “I have been working really hard” Joyce: “I know, I know” Mom: “Where is my baby?” Joyce: “Maybe you should try using the restroom” Mom: “That is impossible, I’m in labor Joyce: “Just try, the pressure from your bladder might be the reason the baby is not coming out” Mom: “Alright if you say so, I’ll try” It was December 8, 1990 at 6 o’clock in the morning. My mother was in labor. She had suffered 9 months of morning sickness. The family was so accustomed to her bouts of regurgitating whatever meal she had just eaten that we formed the “Oh no” brigade....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Nixon Administration And The Watergate Stained Former Attorney General John N. Mitchell

- SWAT teams no longer even have to deal with the inconvenience of identifying themselves when they burst into a home. “No knock” warrants allow law enforcement officers to break into someone’s home without knocking on the door to identify themselves, rather than waiting to see if the suspects will peacefully allow the search. It should be no surprise that “no knock” raids were a product of the Nixon administration, in particular the Watergate stained former Attorney General John N. Mitchell. However, Mitchell preferred the term “quick entry” warrants for obvious public relations reasons....   [tags: Police, Constable, SWAT, Criminal justice]

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The Era Of Ancient Egypt And Ancient Rome

- As one would marvel at the beautifully sculpted churches and cathedrals alike spawned from the Gothic era, it would be an insult to not fully examine the amazingly crafted stained glassworks during those times. These works of art as well as the mystery behind them have been appreciated and acknowledged since the days of Ancient Egypt and Ancient Rome. However, the Goth’s contributions cannot be discredited for their innovation and own original style portrayed on the stained glass art works, which included beautiful colors, use of the light in ways never seen before, as well as stories that can still be appreciated today....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Stained glass]

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Religious And Social Influences On Art

- Artists are continuously inspired and influenced by their social, political, economical, and religious surroundings; therefore, it is common for certain aspects of society to be emphasized or criticized through art. In France, religious and social conditions have influenced artists to create works of art that reflect the religious beliefs and social ideas of a specific time period. In addition, religious conditions heavily influenced the development of stained glass windows in cathedrals; further discussion on the South Rose Window in the Chartres Cathedral will examine how religious conditions and social conditions shaped French art....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Stained glass]

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Biography Of Saint Louis The King Of Jerusalem

- Historically on the surface, Sainte-Chapelle was built to house relics of the Crucifixion obtained by the monarch of the time, Louis IX. In 1239, Saint Louis bought the crown of thorns from Venetian merchants for 135,000 pounds. In addition, he obtained fragments of the Holy Cross fragments as well as instruments of torture bought from Baudoin II, the king of Jerusalem in 1241 (Jordan 84). Saint Louis did not want these holy relics to be scattered, so the localization of a reliquary for these relics in the Palais de la Cité would provide security for them while placing power in his own hands for owning them....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Stained glass]

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The Construction Of Impressive And Monumental Architectural Structures

- Throughout history, religion has been a primary motivation in the construction of impressive and monumental architectural structures. Three such spaces are the ceremonial centre of Teotihuacan, developed in Mexico from 100 to 650 CE; Dome of the Rock, an Islamic monument constructed in Jerusalem in the 7th century; and Chartres Cathedral, a Christian church built in France in the 12th century. While these structures vary greatly in form and come from different cultural contexts, they all create a sense of awe and authority through everything from the use of iconography, to integration with the natural world, to socio-political connections....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Stained glass]

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The Modern Era Of Gothic Architecture

- The Earth as a whole is not comprised of individual civilizations cut off from one another. This being said, influence can be seen all over the world, through many different cultures. As trade and natural movement of people brought artistic or architectural influences to other places, one can recognize an evolution of ideas and adaptation to the tools available in the area. Architectural styles and remnants of these can be seen trickling down from the more modern era of Gothic work all the way back to the Egyptian halls dating back as far as the 1400s BCE....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Stained glass]

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The Beauty Of Gothic Cathedrals

- Architecture, one of the most fascinating art forms, is often perceived as cultural symbols as well as work of art. For hundreds of thousands of years, people were constantly seeking ways to build bigger and higher architecture. It was until the 12th century, with the innovative engineering breakthroughs, the size and the scale of architecture have reached an unprecedented level that even modern architecture could not compete with. Taller than the ancient pyramids in Egypt, large enough to hold the Statue of Liberty; with a hundred million pounds of stone, seemingly weightless, yet as heavy as the Empire State Building....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Stained glass]

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The Building Of Gothic Cathedral

- Taller than the ancient pyramids in Egypt, large enough to hold the statue of liberty. 100 pounds of weightless stones, heavy enough to hold the Empire state building are the Great Cathedrals (PBS, 2011). Intrigued by the beauty in structure but puzzled by the very construction, without technology for building purposes has researchers mind wondering. In reference to the NOVA program, building of Gothic cathedral begin as a race of height, which over time this plan backfired because of the recent architectural discoveries in the foundation....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Stained glass]

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The Church Of Our Lady Of Chartres

- Between 1000 and 1300 were the Middle Ages, also referred to as the Age of Faith. During this time, the Roman Catholic Church dominated influencing much of the medieval culture and values. Christendom, the Christen community of this time, and their beliefs had infused the writings, art, drama, and music as well. However, by the thirteenth century, the fusion of architecture, sculpture, painting, metalwork, literature, and music had focused primarily of the Gothic Cathedral. With these cathedrals also came “visionary” sculpture, stained glass windows, painted altarpieces, illuminated manuscripts, and much more artistic expression that reflected the religious vitality of the Age of Faith (Fier...   [tags: Gothic architecture, Stained glass, Sculpture]

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The Sacred Space Of The Cathedral Of Chartres

- The sacred space of the Cathedral of Chartres in France and the Parthenon will be discussed in comparison with each other. This cathedral was built during the Medieval Period for the worshipers of God. To this day pilgrims come to see the pure, Gothic cathedral. The massive cathedral seems to loom overhead as if a symbol of God watching over the worshippers that visit. The earlier church burned in 1194, it was rebuilt and has gained a much more appreciated and admirable character distinction, statuary, and stained glass....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Stained glass, Middle Ages]

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The Sacred Heart Catholic Church

- The Sacred Heart Catholic Church is located in Red Bluff California. It is a brick church with beautiful architecture and is a landmark in Northern California. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places on Feb. 4, 1982. It was designed by William H. Weeks, one of California 's most significant architects. Weeks designed one other Catholic Church in Monterey in 1897. The most significant, exterior characteristic is twin 120 foot Gothic towers that are topped with crosses and the perfect symmetry....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Stained glass, Rose window]

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The New York City Of Saint Patrick 's Cathedral On The Avenue

- In 1858 New York City laid down the first cornerstone of Saint Patrick’s Cathedral on 5th Avenue. Opening its doors after only a short 21 years in 1879 Saint Patrick’s Cathedral drew visitors from all over. Paid for by poor immigrants in the city, this cathedral stands towering, proud, and beautiful nearly 158 years later. The foremost theme of this basilica is of the Gothic style. Attention to this specific place of worship is due to the majesty of the building. Choosing this church was not challenging due to the fact that there are of 5 Patrick’s, an Erin, and an Irelyn within my family....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Stained glass, New York City]

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St. John The Baptist Cathedral

- Parker Camp St. John the Baptist Cathedral, Savannah versus Chartres Cathedral Comparison Essay Thesis: Both St. John the Baptist Cathedral and Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Chartres are constructed in French Gothic style which means that architecturally they have many similarities. However, the 700 year gap between their construction offers St. John the Baptist more flexibility in design and style. Still, their likeness and variations extend far beyond the realm of their design. Fall 2014 Both St....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Stained glass, Rose window]

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Gothic Architecture : Architecture And Architecture

- Gothic architecture, though also used in secular buildings, is most associated with the great cathedrals of Europe. The Basilica of Saint Denis is a large medieval abbey church on the outskirts of Paris, France. The building is of significant importance historically and architecturally because it is considered to be the first Gothic church ever built. The building of gothic cathedrals grew as design techniques progressed. Over time, as new techniques combined with new materials, cathedral architecture increased in complexity and sophistication into a recognizable gothic style....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Stained glass, Rose window]

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The Cult Of Domesticity By Alfred Tennyson

- If one thing stands the test of time, it is the cult of domesticity. Whether we examine art and literature from two or two hundred years ago, it can almost always be ascertained that women were (and still are) expected to become a wife, have children, and be happy. Alfred Tennyson saw this, and the other imperfections in his society, and didn’t hesitate to take to the page to write about it. In his poem, “Mariana,” he takes on this cult of domesticity, challenging the importance of marriage to women, and why it matters so much....   [tags: Poetry, Stanza, Stained glass, Woman]

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Strained Self-images in Lewis’s "Babbitt" and Fitzgerald’s "The Great Gatsby"

- Expressing quite eloquently, a man named Tarkan Tevetoglu once said, “We need to know ourselves better so that we can realize what we really want in our life. I think that the first condition for a person to be in a successful relationship is to be happy with the person he or she is, in other words to love themselves.” This same endeavor for self-happiness also occurs in literature as characters struggle to shape relationships with others because of their own negative self-image. In Lewis’s Babbitt and Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, both Babbitt and Gatsby face these strained self-images while struggling to create relationships....   [tags: Sinclair Lewis, Babbitt, Fitzgerald, Great Gatsby,]

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Strained Relationships, Resentment and Indignation Between the Classes in Great Expectations

- Strained Relationships, Resentment and Indignation Between the Classes in Great Expectations Great expectations is a profound story. It contains the theme of love, desire, foolishness, the relationship between a family, and so on. And the story also strongly represents social context and social force of Dickens's time. Dickens provides us with scathing insight into the social standard of the time....   [tags: Great Expectations Essays]

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Tasty Treats: Is Greek Yogurt Harming the Environment?

- Greek Yogurt, by the spoonful. Greek yogurt also called yogurt cheese, strained yogurt and labneh. No matter what you call it, America loves Greek yogurt, it is a $2 billion dollar a year industry. Eating and eating, considering the health benefits it is nothing to blame them for. What is Greek Yogurt anyway. How does it differ from Regular Yogurt. Greek yogurt is made from real yogurt; it is however higher in protein and thicker, having had some of the liquid strained. Greek yogurt is strained in a cloth, paper bag or filter to remove the whey, giving it the consistency of thick yogurt or cheese, but preserving the sour taste yogurt connoisseurs’ love....   [tags: made, milk, strained, healthy, chemistry]

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The Medieval Synthesis in the Arts

- ... The historical moments the cathedral amount of sculpture, miniatures statues, and the great rose windows at Chartres Cathedral. The church was to bring salvation, spiritual instruction and moral education for the followers of Christ. This work is typical for this era because the architectural style Gothic is known for its height being tall and made from stone and tall flying buttresses and ribbed groin vaults and raised stained windows. The Romanesque style consists of round arches and groin vaults and both style, tall were made out of stone....   [tags: french history, gothic church, fire]

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Death in Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allan Poe

- Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allan Poe In the short story “Masque of the Red Death” By: Edgar Allen Poe he delivers the theme of age old inevitability of death and futility of trying to escape death, the setting of his story is based during a time when the bubonic “black” plague took over Europe. The black plague was a bacterium that survived in rats and rodents, human beings became infected when they got bitten by the fleas that lived on these rodents and rats; you knew you had gotten infected by several symptoms such as bleeding in the lungs, high fever and delirium but the most outstanding symptom was bubos....   [tags: black plague, rats, rodents]

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Meconium Aspiration Syndrome

- During a severe blizzard, a 25 year-old Caucasian woman named Linda arrives at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA after being in labor for over thirty hours at home. Being only 28 weeks pregnant, she was hoping that her contractions would be able to be stopped. Unfortunately the delivery was not able to be interrupted and she delivered a premature baby boy named David at 28 weeks gestation; weighing only 1400 grams. Due to the difficult labor, and baby David being a Frank breech, David was delivered via caesarian section....   [tags: premature babies, breathing, health]

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The Gothic Style Of A Christian Cathedral

- Imagine a Christian cathedral. The image conjured up by the phrase “cathedral” is probably a massive stone building with soaring towers and spires, intricate ornamentations covering the building, and beautiful stained glass windows. If one imagined such a building in response to being asked to imagine a cathedral, one would be accurate. Why exactly are these attributes associated with cathedrals. Well, many cathedrals such as these were built during the Gothic period in medieval Europe. The Gothic style of architecture is an easily recognizable one with its unprecedentedly tall towers and wide windows....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Romanesque architecture]

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Publishing Industry: Irish Artists and Book Illustration

- Between 1830 and 1930 there was a huge expansion in the publishing industry. Through a series of industrial leaps, the publishing industry became an ideal medium for both innovation and expression. The combination of the development of a train network as well as the mass production of paper products allowed for greater distribution of published products. Not only that, but the invention and use of the printing press greatly influenced the accessibility of the publishing industry. As a result, the markets for published products expanded and diversified....   [tags: irish culture, harry clark]

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Visualization Of Val 4 Binding Locations

- Results: I. Visualization of VAL-4 binding locations Gut tissues from C57BL/6 mice were stained for specific cell markers and labelled VAL-4 (AF647) was added to obtain graphic results of the protein binding locations in the adult worms’ natural habitat. The samples were obtained from four different groups: wildtype (Nippostrongylus brasiliensis infected and naïve) and IL-4R KO (Nippostrongylus brasiliensis infected and naïve) mice. This gut nematode induces a strong Th2 response (more intense that H....   [tags: Protein, Gene, Immune system, Intestine]

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3 tests to identify Escherichia coli

- In order to identify an unknown bacterium a variety of tests can be performed. The unknown bacterium that underwent a few of these tests was determined to be Escherichia coli. A Gram stain, citrate utilization test using Simmons citrate agar, and a urease detection test with phenol red were performed on the assigned bacterium. The unknown bacterium was determined to be E. coli because the tests concluded that the specimen was Gram-negative, bacilli, citrate utilization negative, and urease production negative....   [tags: unknown bacterium, tests, E Coli]

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Can Skin Dermal Papilla (DP) Cells Differentiate into Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells?

- ... FACS was used to isolate DP cell from the integrin α-9 stained hair follicle cell suspension. Then, phoenix cells, DP cells, embryonic cells (as the control), and iPSCs were grown in a culture. Phoenix cells were transfected with retroviral vectors encoding cDNA for Oct4, Sox2, Klf4, and c-Myc. For the experimental group called ITP iPSC, the OCT4 virus was added to DP cell while for the control groups, the virus of four transcription factors were added to embryonic cells and iPSCs. 1TP iPSCs were immunofluorescence stained with DAPI to test for gene similarity between 1TP iPSCs and embryonic cells, and to find presence of nanog, Oct4, Sox2, and SEA-1 because nanog is essential to maintai...   [tags: transcription, embryos, experiment]

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Immunohistochemistry: Antigen Detection in Tonsillitis

- ... proliferation and apoptosis. Extensively used by researchers to figure out the distribution and localization of biomarkers and proteins in organic tissue. IHC involved the conjugation of an antibody with an enzyme, e.g. peroxidase, able to catalyse the reaction that produces colour. The IHC procedure included paraffin sections that were de-waxed and pre-treated before staining. Hydrogen peroxidase was used to block endogenous peroxidase activity. Non- specific binding of protein (antibody) was inhibited by goat serum, the same species as the secondary antibody....   [tags: antibody, oral cavity, control]

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How to Remove a Stain From Carrara Marble

- Produced from limestone over perhaps millions of years, the quarries in Italy's Apuane mountain range yield a rich, white marble that is world-famous for purity. Once prized by Michelangelo, who sculpted many masterpieces from Carrara marble, Italians still savor the look of marble in their homes. But in Italy, the scars and stains so easily imparted on Carrara marble stand as marks of character, almost like a picture history. In your home, you can enjoy the beauty and elegance without the marks with careful care....   [tags: Mixing an Effective Poultice]

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Bringing Forth the Fruits of Righteousness from Darkness

- The Cleveland Museum of Art has many different collections of art ranging from Prints, Ancient Egyptian Art, and Contemporary Art. The collection that I personally enjoy the most is Contemporary Art. Contemporary art is something that people can relate to and something that can be discussed. One piece of work that stands out the most to me is Bringing Forth the Fruits of Righteousness from Darkness created by Damien Hirst. This particular work of art caught my eye because of the materials used to make it, how the eye perceives it, and the theme behind the painting....   [tags: paintings, contemporary art, damien hirst]

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Effectiveness of Garbage Enzyme as Detergent and Fertilizer

- Garbage enzymes were produced based on the formulation of three parts of fruit peels, one part of brown sugar and ten parts of water were mixed together (The Star, 2009) and fermented in 5L plastic bottle at room temperature for three months. CHARACTERISTICS OF GARBAGE ENZYME. The progression of fermentation of the fruit discards showed a reduction of pH with times, 3.15 for GE while 3.78 for CGE. Odunfa, (1985) attributed the significant reduction of pH to acid production during fermentation. In our study, the fall of pH could be attributed to the organic acids produced during fermentation by microorganisms....   [tags: organic and sustainable agriculture]

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Taking a Look at Saint Patrick's Cathedral

- Saint Patrick's Cathedral, one of New York's greatest cathedrals, is located in Manhattan at 14 E. 51st St. The main reason the cathedral was built was to affirm the ascendance of religious freedom and tolerance. Thousands of poor immigrants and one hundred three prominent citizens helped pay contributions toward the church. The prominent citizens paid approximately one thousand dollars each.This cathedral supports the idea that not one single generation builds a cathedral, but rather the past, present, and future generations do....   [tags: New York City landmarks]

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A Rare Disease, Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria

- Introduction: Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria (PNH) is a rare disease affecting 1-4 people per million. The median survival rate is 10-15 years, with 35% of patients diagnosed with PNH dying within five years3. PNH is characterized by thrombocytopenia, leucopenia, and thrombosis . Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria should be suspected when the patient has hemoglobinuria with a negative Coombs test, aplastic anemia, and myelodysplastic syndrome . PNH often goes undiagnosed and because of the high morbidity associated with PNH, it is necessary to establish an assay able to detect and diagnose PNH....   [tags: hemoglobinuria, anemia, cells]

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The West Facade Of Notre Dame

- This image is of the west facade of Notre Dame. This building was constructed by Bishop Fulbert in the 12th century, but construction continued until 1220 and was completed by Geoffroy de Lèves. The facade is built out of cut stone with ornamental stained glass throughout and was completed in Gothic style. It is located at its original location in Chartres, France. The cathedral incorporates many elements of Gothic architecture. What is most notable is the mismatched towers. One is more noticeably in Romanesque style, with a tall spire adorning its top....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Romanesque architecture]

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Gothic Arches Versus Romanesque Arches

- Thesis, Argument Outline, and Evidence In the late 12th century the Romanesque period of style morphed into the Gothic period of style. The Romanesque period was characterized by the following: thick walls, barrel/round arches, supporting groin vaults, and thick buttresses (Calkins 1998, 110). The Gothic period was characterized by the following: thin walls, pointed arches, stained glass, and flying buttresses (Icher 1998, 20-30). During the early medieval years, the use of thick walls in building a church or cathedral was not only to create a stable monumental building but to help protect the building during wars or battles....   [tags: Architecture]

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Small Town Carbondale, Kansas

- In small town Carbondale, Kansas sits a little three bedroom ranch style home eight houses north of the Santa Fe Trail Middle School. For many years this house was filled with life but now lies there silent, lonely, and abandoned longing for the return of the pitter-patter of children’s feet running through its halls. What was once known as the house with the artwork on the garage now blends with every other house on the block. It’s amazing how a house that was so hated for so many years could now be missed....   [tags: Rooms, Bedroom, Kitchen, Room]

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Vicarious Dn Historical Analysis

- Vicarious DNA Background On the stormy night of February 9, 1988, Helen McCourt, a 22 year old insurance clerk had exited the bus in Billinge, a village in the northeastern area of Liverpool, following a long day’s work. She embarked on the ten minute walk, headed for home, however on the way; she planned to stop at the local pub, George and Dragon, to visit the owner Ian Simms (Owen, 2009). Like several women in the village, Helen had fallen for the proprietors charm and likability, and although Married, Simms, and McCourt have been having an affair....   [tags: DNA, DNA profiling, Alec Jeffreys]

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Chardakov's Banana Experiment

- Chardakov's Banana Experiment Introduction The ability of water molecules to move is known as their water potential. Water molecules always move down a concentration gradient towards a region of lower water potential, that is, to where there are fewer water molecules, to where the water potential is relatively more negative. As the water potential of one solution decreases, the density of the solution increases and as the water potential of a solution increases the density of this solution decreases....   [tags: Papers]

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Coincidence of Congenital Facial Lipoma and Infiltrative Lingual Myxoma in a Newborn Holstein Calf

- A one-day-old male Holstein calf was presented with a palpable subcutaneous mass, extending from the parotid to the orbital region, involving entire the right side of the face and a bulky flabby mass on the tongue. Histological examination confirmed the subcutaneous lipoma and infiltrative lingual myxoma. In this report, clinical and detailed histhopathological findings of congenital infiltrative myxoma are described in a newborn calf and coincidence with facial lipoma is reported for the first time....   [tags: veterinary literature, livestock health issues]

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How did Art Nouveau Influence Art and Design in the Late 1800s?

- Art Nouveau (literally ‘new art’ in French) was a popular international style of art, developed in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and reaching its peak between 1890 and 1910. The primary aim of this movement was to break free from the previous constraints that had been placed upon artists traditionally and to completely revolutionise design – an aim that, without a doubt, came to be achieved. The evidence of this can be seen in the work of several prominent designers at the time – such as artist Alphonse Mucha and architect Antoni Gaudi – and even within other movements – the Arts and Crafts movement being a prime example....   [tags: international style, modernist style]

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Sample Notes On Transcription Of Arabic And Tex Encoding = Utf 8

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Luxurious Gothic Cathedrals vs. Helping Those in Need

- Throughout history, humans have made magnificent works of art. The Colosseum in Rome and the Statue of Liberty in New York are all proof of the extraordinary celebrated artwork human kind has been able to do throughout several years. Now, I want to discuss another celebrated work of art that was quite popular in the medieval period, Gothic architecture. During the medieval period Gothic architecture was considered to be luxurious because of its exaggerated height given to buildings. Not only did it give height, it also had plenty of other characteristics like the pointed arch, the vaulted ceiling, and of course, plenty of windows where light could pass right through....   [tags: social issues, cathedrals]

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Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres et Saint-Sernin

- It’s the tenth of June in the year 1194. In a few hours’ time, the people of Chartres, France will awaken to the sound of crackling flames and the smell of thick, black smoke. This is the night that much of Chartres will burn to the ground, but the devastation will also include the destruction of the Notre-Dame de Chartres church. While some parts of the church have survived even to the present day, much of the original structure was consumed or severely damaged (Harriss). In this paper, I will be showing the key differences between the Romanesque and Gothic styles respectively, and how the existing Romanesque churches were converted to the new style....   [tags: France, French History, Gothic Cathedrals]

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The Cold Song by Henry Purcell

- Judith Schaecter’s stained glass piece Cold Genius is inspired by song, as are many of her pieces. This piece in particular takes inspiration from “The Cold Song”, an aria written by Henry Purcell about a Cold Genius who recognizes the power of love to thaw the harshest winter (Cold Genius, 2009). Although it has many references to traditional stained glass scenes found in Christian churches, particularly in the intricate folds of the fabric, this stained glass piece is very distinct....   [tags: intense physical and emotional cold]

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Gothic Architecture - Amiens Cathedral

- The word gothic is related to characteristics such as dark, haunted, black, etc. but that was not always the case. In the Medieval period, Gothic style architecture was built to create plenty of entryways for sunlight. The brightness was meant to brighten lives, even more so in churches (Frankl & Crossley, 2000). The Gothic style was also a part of the movement away from the simply architectural style that was previously used (Murray, 1996). Gothic style was not just developed out of nowhere. It had evolved from the previous and relatively similar Romanesque style....   [tags: architectural styles and characteristics]

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La Sainte Chapelle in Paris

- ... As Abbot Suger noted, there is a heavenly spiritual light symbolized through the glow of the stained glass windows. In order for the space to provide self-reflection, it is light which serves in the service and as the embodiment in the gaze (Stern, Pg. 26). Rebecca Stern writes on the power of light with vision and visibility: “That which is light looks at me, and by means of that light in the depths of my eye, something is paint-something that is not simply a constructed relation, the object on which the philosopher lingers-but something that is an impression, the shimmering of a surface....   [tags: gothic style churches in France]

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The Pathogenesis of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis

- Mycobacterium tuberculosis is a relatively large (2-4 micrometers in length) rod shaped bacillus that acts as a common human pathogen throughout the world.1 This mycobacterium species is an obligate aerobe, which limits its pathogenicity to the oxygen rich lobes of the lungs. Mycobacterium tuberculosis is non-motile and is characterized by its unusually high cell wall lipid content. M. tuberculosis has several unique clinical characteristics as a result of this unusually high lipid content. This bacterium cannot be stained using the common Gram staining technique and must instead be stained with the Ziehl-Neelsen, or acid fast stain....   [tags: impermeability, infectious, immunity]

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The Basilica Of St. Sernin

- The Basilica of St. Sernin is in Toulouse, France and represents traditional Romanesque architecture. St. Sernin is known for its vast amount of quality Romanesque sculpture. While the architect is unknown, the stone-vaulted building was built to honor the first bishop of Toulouse, Saint Saturnin, who was martyred in 250 C.E. The Basilica of St. Sernin gained importance after Charlemagne donated many relics in order for the church to gain visitors on their pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. Cathedral of Notre Dame de Chartres on the other hand is located in Chartres, France....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Romanesque architecture]

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William Shakespeare 's Sonnet 130

- 130 My mistress’ eyes are nothing like the sun; Coral is far more red than her lips’ red; If snow be white, why then her breasts are dun; If hairs be wires, black wires grow on her head. I have seen roses damasked, red and white, But no such roses see I in her cheeks; And in some perfumes is there more delight Than in the breath that from my mistress reeks. I love to hear her speak, yet well I know That music hath a far more pleasing sound; I grant I never saw a goddess go; My mistress, when she walks, treads on the ground....   [tags: Love, Poetry, Sonnet, Unrequited love]

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St. Martins Episcopal Church

- Churches, found all over the world, are grand superstructures overflowing with intricate designs. The St. Martins Episcopal Church is a magnificent example of true beauty that proves to be more than an ordinary architectural site. St. Martin’s was founded in Houston, Texas on September 7, 1952, and as time went on, the acreage and number of attendants increased. With the correct combinations of architectural elements the St. Martin’s Episcopal Church reveals the purpose behind its magnificence, to provide a site with the intention to partake in worship and study the word of God under peace....   [tags: Architecture, Color, History]

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St. Anne's Catholic Church

- St. Anne’s Parish describes “who we are” in Detroit. Many people disagree with this belief because a place of religious worship cannot describe everyone in a city. The argument is reasonable, but St. Anne’s is more than a place of worship. St. Anne’s Catholic Church is a symbol that represents the positive and negative connotations of our city. We as a city seem to forget about our past, even though it continues to linger with us. St. Anne’s is a Catholic Church originally known as Ste. Anne de Detroit Catholic Church....   [tags: Detroit, Role, History]

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Gothic and Romanesque Cathedrals

- Gothic and Romanesque Cathedrals The Romanesque style transformed into the Gothic style during the Middle Ages. This happened for many reasons. The Romanesque period was a time of trial and error while the Gothic period was a time of advancements in inventions. Religion was an important factor in the shift between Romanesque and Gothic. The locations of the two types of cathedrals also contributed toward the change between Romanesque and Gothic, as well as the power of the relics and the community to raise funds for the Gothic cathedrals....   [tags: Architecture History Essays]

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Biography of Josef Albers

- Josef Albers was a German artist whose art laid the foundation of one of the most influential styles of the 20th century. Albers’s roots lead back to a town named Bottrop in Westphalia, Germany. From the time of 1908 to 1913, Albers worked as an educator in his town. In 1918, Albers got his premier public commission, Rosa mystica ora pro nobis, which was a stained-glass window for a local place of worship. He studied art in many major German cities before becoming a student at the prestigious Weimar Bauhaus school in 1920....   [tags: artists, Yale, culture]

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Saint Sernin Of Toulouse And Notre Dame Of Paris

- Saint Sernin of Toulouse and Notre Dame of Paris      When one thinks of St. Sernin and Notre Dame, one tends to think of two beautiful cathedrals, not to churches that portray two totally different styles of architecture. Those two styles are, of course, Romanesque in St. Sernin and the Gothic style of Notre Dame. Some characteristics that these two buildings share include quest for height, basic floor plan, and artistic flair. The period of Romanesque architecture, which lasted roughly from 1050 A.D....   [tags: Architecture Compare Contrast Essays]

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Investigating the Temperature at Which Soap Powder Will Perform Best At

- Investigating the Temperature at Which Soap Powder Will Perform Best At Introduction I am going to conduct an experiment in the controlled environment of a laboratory. The experiment will consist of placing a stained piece of fabric into water with a fixed concentration of a biological washing powder (Wizzo) in it. I will try this experiment several times trying different temperatured water and leaving the it for a fixed period of time to find the best possible temperature that the Wizzo works at....   [tags: Papers]

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Symbolism in A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams

- During the late nineteen-forties, it was common for playwrights such as Tennessee Williams to use symbolism as an approach to convey personal thoughts, through the attitudes of the characters and the setting. Williams' actors have used symbolism to disguise the actuality of their thoughts and to accommodate the needs of their conservative audience. A Streetcar Named 'Desire' has a few complicated character traits and themes. Therefore, they have to be symbolised using figures or images to express abstract and mystical ideas, so that the viewers can remain clueless....   [tags: A Streetcar Named Desire Essays]

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Christianity in a Tale of Two Cities

- Christian Value Reinforcement in A Tale of Two Cities In this essay, I will argue that one of the underlying motives in Charles Dickens' novel A Tale of Two Cities (1859) is the reinforcement of Christian values in 18th century Victorian England. Dickens was very concerned with the accepted social norms of industrialized England, many of which he felt were very inhumane. Christian values were challenged, largely due to the recent publication of Darwin's Origins of a Species, and philosophy along with literature was greatly affected....   [tags: European Literature]

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Memorial Hall

- Memorial Hall When walking through Boston's renowned Harvard Yard, one may scope out the mixture of architecture throughout its landscape. From the traditional Memorial Hall influenced by Romanesque churches, to the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard Yard is like a salad bowl of architecture. Perhaps because I am a lover of Victorian style structures, or maybe because of its interior's beauty and richness, Memorial Hall intrigued my interest most of all. Memorial Hall, which was originally a civil war monument, is now a theater and student union for Harvard University....   [tags: Architecture]

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The Traditional La Sylphide ( 1832 ) And How It Has Changed Over The Last Century

- Within this essay I will be looking at the traditional La Sylphide (1832) and how it has been re-worked by Matthew Bourne in to Highland Fling (1994). The concepts of ballet have changed dramatically over the last century. The story of La Sylphide (1832) by Taglioni is a Romantic, supernatural story; revealing the journey of a young scotsman who believes he’s deeply in love with his to be wife, However when stopped in his tracks by a greedy, yet beautiful sylph, he becomes entranced yet slightly obsessive....   [tags: Ballet, Dance]

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The Power of a Symbol in The Yellow Wallpaper, The Glass Menagerie and The Lottery

- Years ago, Sister Mary Corita Kent, a celebrated artist and educator of the 1960’s and 1970’s stated, “A painting is a symbol for the universe. Inside it, each piece relates to the other. Each piece is only answerable to the rest of that little world. So, probably in the total universe, there is that kind of total harmony, but we get only little tastes of it” (Lewis "Quotes from Women Artists"). Nowadays, a painting is not the main form of art humans appreciate. In fact, literature of all sorts can be considered a different form of art and often found in literature are symbols....   [tags: Literary Analysis]

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To What Extent Did Realism in Photography Impact the Public Opinion of the Civil War

- A. PLAN OF THE INVESTIAGTION This investigation explores to what extent did realism presented by photography impact the public opinion of the Civil War. The Civil War was the pioneer war in terms of actively using photography as a means of recording. The investigation focuses on photography’s role in capturing the war at face value. Photos of major battles and scenes that exposed citizens to the reality of war will be analyzed, as well as how their opinions changed because of it. The motivations behind why photos were taken will be explored, such as propaganda, as well as reactions to them....   [tags: sociological analysis, US history]

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Explore the Presentation of Death in War Photographer, Remember and Mother in a Refugee Camp.

- The theme of death in the poems “War Photographer”, “Remember”, and “Mother in a Refugee Camp” were all portrayed in different forms to explore death and the suffering it brings. The variations of death in the three poems create a diverse image of death, which some people can relate to through the different situations of loss. “Remember” by Christina Rossetti fashions an image of death because the speaker wanted her husband to remember all the memories they had shared during her life. Rossetti found it necessary to portray death as a spiritual place rather than a physical state of decomposition so that she can finally escape to a place of silence to avoid all the darkness in her life....   [tags: grief, battlefield, memories]

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Gram Staining Is An Important Tool For Distinguishing Between Two Main Types Of Bacteria Gram

- Introduction Gram staining was developed by Christian Gram in the 1800’s, a Danish bacteriologist. (Smith and Hussey, 2005) It was the first differential staining technique and most common used in microbiology. Furthermore, bacteria are transparent and cannot be seen through the microscope. For that reason, Gram staining is an important tool for distinguishing between two main types of bacteria Gram-positive and Gram-negative. The Gram stain differentiates the Gram positive and gram-negative on the basis of their cell wall structure.(Menard, et al.,20150) Most bacteria gram positive or gram negative but they are a few gram variable bacteria and very small bacteria without a cell wall that...   [tags: Gram staining, Bacteria, Gram-positive bacteria]

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A Research Study On Microbiology Lab, Knowing The Identity Of Organisms Is A Critical Factor

- Introduction: In microbiology, knowing the identity of organisms is a critical factor because an appropriate treatment for a disease or infection can be developed, as well as making certain antibiotics. Different testing methods that have been learned in the microbiology laboratory were applied and the keys in Appendix: Keys to bacteria were used to identify the unknown bacterium. Materials and Methods: The unknown bacterium given by the instructor was unknown number eighteen. First of all, in order to purify and isolate the bacterial culture for future storage, the streak plate method was used....   [tags: Staining, Gram staining, Bacteria, Microbiology]

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The Use of the Western Blot Analysis to Identify Four Unknown Species of Fish

- Protein extractions from unidentified fish samples were separated according to the molecular weights by SDS polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. Since some of these proteins are shared between fishes, phylogenetic evaluation was reached. Western blot analysis was used to identify four unknown species of aquatic animals via comparison of actin/myosin bands. According to the results of this assay, the best estimate is that the unidentified aquatic animals are specimens of salmon, tilapia, cod, and shrimp, respectively....   [tags: phylogenetic, protein, molecular]

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Influence And Correlation Of The Growth Factor Bone Morphogenetic Protein On Lung Cancer Cells

- Section A This research paper aimed to find a better understanding on the influence and correlation of the growth factor Bone Morphogenetic Protein on lung cancer cells and various ways to repress their signaling. BPM2 is a growth factor protein that promotes pro-oncogenic pathways and growth of tumors. They focused on the relationship between high level of BMP-2 and the negative prognosis in patients suffering from lung cancer. Non-cancerous lung cell possess nonexistent level of BMP2 while cancer patient’s cell exhibited very high levels of it....   [tags: Cancer, Lung cancer, Oncology, Neoplasm]

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How Genomes Have Changed Over Time And Identifying Key Genetic Features That Define Species

- Investigating how genomes have changed over time and identifying key genetic features that define species has always been at the heart of evolutionary genetics. Today, scientists have access to technology and techniques that not only allows them to analyze and manipulate the DNA of living organisms, but the DNA of extinct organisms as well. With species extinction rates being a major concern lately, preserving genetic biodiversity has become increasingly important. Along with preserving genetic material of extant species for later studies, scientists are also trying to revive the genetic material of extinct species in order to find functional differences in DNA that are unique to different...   [tags: Gene, DNA, Evolution, Genetics]

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Religious Texts- Examining the Content of the Holy Bible and the Holy Quran

- Sunlight beams through arched windows encased in stained glass; reflecting rays of red, blue, green, and yellow throughout the entryway. Below our feet, a wood floor echoes as we walk, and silences with a step onto the red carpet. Dark mahogany pews stand at attention to our left and right. Directly above on the back wall, a stained glass image of a woman standing over an infant in a cradle, sunlight illuminating her delicate features, she gazes down at the child. Her thin angelic lips slightly open, her hands clasped together in a prayer-like stance....   [tags: religion, theology]

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Writing Is My Favorite Pastime Since My Sophomore Year Of High School

- Writing has been my favorite pastime since my sophomore year of high school. I thoroughly enjoy spending some of my weekends just writing short stories or poems in my own personal notebook. When I write, I feel free. I can express my opinions and beliefs without worrying about being judged. I feel as if I’m in a different world. Although I enjoy writing, I am most likely not the strongest writer among my peers. I tend to get caught up in my emotions, I go off topic, and grammar takes a back seat....   [tags: Writing, Creative writing]

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The Dominance of Gothic Architecture in The High Middle Ages

- When one sees the Notre Dame de Paris cathedral in person or in pictures they are likely to be awestruck. The twin towers of the western façade rise high into the sky, seemingly in an attempt to scrape heaven. Spiky arches seem to grow out of the sides and claw at the ground. Inside it is cavernous with colored light filtering in through the large, intricate stained glass windows. All of these physical qualities make Notre Dame a prime example of Gothic architecture. It does not stand alone in that distinction....   [tags: Architecture]

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The Significance of Tradition in The Lottery, by Shirley Jackson

- A clear sunny day immediately turns dark with a glimpse of a sinister surprise. Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery” is a twisted tale that takes place midsummer in the early twentieth century. A small village of three hundred conducts a heinous ritual once a year which in consequence results in a loss of their community. Members of the village are reluctant to let go of the tradition of the lottery. Symbolism within “The Lottery” illustrates a transformation of the community values. There are several glimpses of the future that are represented by symbols such as the black box....   [tags: The Lottery Essays]

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The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allen Poe

- Edgar Allen Poe wrote the short story “The Masque of the Red Death” in 1842. While only one character is actually named, Prince Prospero, the story builds apprehension just based on the descriptions and not on dialogue. The narrator is never named and it is a mystery as to this person’s involvement in the story. The ambiguousness of the narrator also helps build the drama throughout the story. “The Masque of the Red Death” tells the story of a group of wealthy people who are trying to ignore and separate themselves from a terrible disease that is sweeping across their country....   [tags: prince prospero, symbolism]

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Biology: Determining the Lengths of Telomeres Using Flow FISH Method

- Flow FISH is a method for determining the lengths of telomeres which is common nowadays due to its versatility, its more rapid and its able to process samples which contain few cells (Lansdorp,1996). The major limitation of flow-FISH is the requirement of the equipment to do the analysis which is expensive, the configuration of the equipment (flow cytometer) and the nature of the probe used for hybridization is also expensive and requires a well trained personnel. Flow-FISH involves hybridisation of telomeric DNA of fixed sample cells with a fluorescently labeled peptide-nucleotide probe with sequence which is complementary to the telomere repeat DNA sequences....   [tags: dna sequence, rna]

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