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    Australia Day is annually celebrated on the 26th of January; the date recognises the initiation of British sovereignty over Australia in 1788. The nation’s achievements since then are nothing short of outstanding. As regarded as a considerably young nation, we have realized extraordinary growth, expansion, development, stature and respect across the globe; and deemed our greatest achievement, our multiculturalism. Yet despite these momentous attributes and reason to celebrate, we choose to commemorate

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    The Success of Smash

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    Smash on NBC has made a substantial impact on NBC as a network as well as its competing shows. Throughout its run this season, it has already done better than its predecessors in the time slot as well as beat its competitors. Based on how Smash has done and the factors affecting its success, Smash should be picked up for a second season. The factors that play into this are: the ratings for the past few weeks, the overall network rating, its scheduling compared to other shows, its marketing and target

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    Findings The collected data was coded into three themes. These themes service as the characteristics of a PLC, the project question. However, the degree of agreement varies among the participants in some themes. The emerged themes are: - Work in a team to discuss and share experiences. - Develop teachers' abilities in preparing, implementing and reflecting on their practice. - Involve students in their learning to improve their achievement. Teamwork and peer coaching The followed procedures helped

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    What are Phthalates? A very simple question to some but it brings forth many controversial questions for how they are used. Some may not know what phthalates are but everyone comes across them at least one a day. According to the American Chemistry Council, “Phthalates are the primary plasticizer in use today because of performance, cost, durability, and overall product sustainability benefits.” Phthalates are very harmful to the body, but thanks to research and the advancements in technology over

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    The Davis Trial-Accused of Murder by Abortion

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    The Queen vs. Davis case concerns the murder trial of Arthur Paul Davis and Alice Davis that occurred in 1875. In it, they were tried and convicted of murder for conducting an abortion; the killing of a fetus and subsequently causing death of the victims, Catherine Laing and Jane Vaughn Gilmour. This essay will examine the historical context of the case, what the trial reveals about the nature of women’s lives in Toronto during the 1870s as subordinate women who are deemed as caretakers and how women

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    The Media's Effect on Self-Esteem

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    Everyone wants to look good; that is a given. What steps must people take in order to look their best? Does it only take a little bit of make up or maybe a nicer dress shirt? Or does it require missing a few meals a day or purging what had been eaten previously? Society is growing fonder of the idea that a perfect woman or man is skinny, most of the time skinnier than what is considered healthy. For example, when choosing between a skinny and a larger woman for an ad about “the perfect body”, people

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    The Power of Fear in A Rose for Emily A Rose for Emily  Life is fickle and most people will be a victim of circumstance and the times. Some people choose not to let circumstance rule them and, as they say, “time waits for no man”. Faulkner’s Emily did not have the individual confidence, or maybe self-esteem and self-worth, to believe that she could stand alone and succeed at life especially in the face of changing times. She had always been ruled by, and depended on, men to protect, defend and

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    America, if not the world, has always been infatuated with murder stories, movies, and shows. There are countless shows that revolve around solving crimes and finding killers and it seems like more and more keep popping up. There’s something about learning about a killers motives and why they’ve committed the crime that draws people in rapidly. Most people would think of killers as psychopaths. There are two stories that we read throughout this semester that, to me, seemed to have a psychopathic

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    A Refuge in a Lost World

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    William Faulkner has an original profound creative technique that has revolutionized the modern novel. He is a writer who explains in a very detailed matter the main character setting the place, and surrounding culture with nostalgia for a lost world, while trying to adjust it in a modern civilization. As he portrays Emily’s Grierson, a quiet demented woman and her bizarre life in a society for whom time stops, Faulkner provides us insight of her attitude, which people perceive as mistrustful, questionably

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    The human mind is a fragile thing. It can be both strengthen and broken down easily. Actions and even words can be the thing to kill a person mentally. Physically harming or locking away a person can lead to mental and bodily withdrawal. Harming a person with words can leave lasting effects and always stay within a person's psyche. Oppressing and locking away a person's true nature or desires can cause someone to act in way that he or she has never behaved before. When done by a loved one, it can

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    Outlaw Literary Analysis

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    What happens when a rich white woman from Georgia is taken hostage by a native group that has never seen a person with skin color that contrasts theirs? The aftermath is the death of a baby in the womb and a power struggle that would haunt the land of New Guinea for many years to come. In Outlaw by Ted Dekker, Julian Carter’s hope of starting a new life with her newborn baby, Stephen, is cut short when her boat is destroyed in a storm and she is abducted by an unknown group of natives known as the

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    A Day At the Fair - Personal Narrative It is Thursday, August 24th, the opening day of the Minnesota State Fair. I am here with my family, a friend and his mom, and one of my sister’s friends. It seems so long since last year’s fair. I always look forward to the state fair, even though it’s pretty much the same every year. We park at the same man’s house every year. His house is right behind the mini-donut stand on midway parkway, across the street from the main gate. As we pull into his

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    Alcatraz Prison

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    Alcatraz Prison, in the San Francisco Bay, is surrounded by freezing waters and razor sharp rocks, making it the most inescapable prison in America. In 1775, a Spanish explorer Juan Manuel De Ayla named the small island La Isla De Los Alcatraces. It translates to “Island of the Pelicans” (Welcome to Alcatraz). This island is a twelve acre rock in the San Francisco Bay, the largest natural harbor in the world (Fuller,8). Because Alcatraz is surrounded by ice cold waters and dangerous currents, it

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    Welcome to the Rock

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    On the San Francisco Bay lays an island only 1½ miles away from the shoreline. This piece of land is one of the top tourist spots in the city that draws over one million visitors a year (staff, hisotry.com, 2009) However, even though it is a wonderful place to visit, fifty years ago it was not. In fact not a single person wanted to go there. It was a dark, lonely, secluded place that you would try everything in your means to escape. This place is known as Alcatraz and it was a prison to some

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    The in-escapable

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    it. No. Alcatraz was so notorious because it had some of the world’s most dangerous and violent criminals inside the walls of the prison. The prison had incredible security and was renowned for being inescapable, except when it was broken out of. In 1962 four men devised and perpetrated a brilliant almost fantastical escape, the only traces of their making it out are the mysterious gifts received by the families, personal belongs left on the shore, and that their bodies that were never found. The masterminds

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    ALCATRAZ FEDERAL PENITENTIARY Alcatraz was a maximum-security penitentiary located in Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay, California. It was operated from 1934 to 1963, and during its 29 years of operation it gained a reputation well known among society. It was believed to be an escape-proof penitentiary. “The Rock” was a popular name that identified Alcatraz, and its mention provoked fear among prisoners. They were aware of the isolation system that Alcatraz severely enforced. Alcatraz was meant

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    Servant Leadership and Personal Values

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    Over this past semester, VUSM 101 Leading by Serving has taught me about many values. These values include Franciscan Values, Viterbo Values, Servant Leadership, and my own Personal Values. This class also taught me that each person has their own values and those values are what make you unique. These values also influence what gifts a person has. I have discovered that by evaluating my core values, I am able to interpret the gifts that I have received from God and how I will be able to use those

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    How Did Alcatraz Escape

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    24, 1963. The broken down prison is now a tourist spot in the bay of San Francisco, California. Some people say Alcatraz was built so no convict could break out, but most evidence leads to prove that the three men lived during the escape. June 11, 1962 Frank Morris, John, and Clarence Anglin escaped from alcatraz. The three men, Frank Morris, John, and Clarence Anglin had a plan to escape. They spend months plotting and planning the only accomplished breakout from Alcatraz. The plan started with

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    Have you ever heard of the hauntings on the island of the Alcatraz prison? About the ghostly sightings, freezing cells, extra counts, and mysterious murders? Are these real life sightings or just some legends told around the campfire? The stories are about the man with the glowing eyes, Cellblock D, and the lighthouse. To this day the ghosts still roam the abandoned cells and linger in the empty halls waiting to be noticed. The Island of Alcatraz started construction in the 1850’s and in 1861 the

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    Did Anyone Ever Escape Alcatraz?

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    Many people would love to believe that Frank Morris and the two Anglin brothers lived through there escape from Alcatraz, but it cannot be proven. It has been fifty years since their escape and we still have no evidence as to whether or not they ever even lived. Alcatraz has become one of the most haunted places in America and was home to some of America's most notorious criminals. Some will choose to believe that the ghosts of Alcatraz exist, but others may not. So, why did Alcatraz shut down? How

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