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    Damsels In Address

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    Damsels in Address It is clearly evident that many fairy tales of childhood tend to shape the reader. Certain moral codes and ideals are tightly woven into the text of many fairy tales, promoting or denoting a character’s actions. In the Grimm’s fairy tales Cinderella, Brier Rose, and Rapunzel, the heroines of these tales exhibit strong behavioral codes, thus providing opportunity for the young female reader to relate to the damsel, or to model herself to behave in a similar fashion. In accordance

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    No Fixed Address

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    No Fixed Address In Aritha Van Herk’s “No Fixed Address”, one key symbol surfaces many times. The main character’s name is Arachne, which means spider, and sets the reader up to understand the central symbol in the novel—the spider web. The reader sees several other instances of webs showing up throughout the novel. Arachne’s dependence on the road and her random driving is another form of web in “No Fixed Address”. To tie in Arachne’s driving with webs, we see Thomas’s maps as webs of sorts. The

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    IP Address Change

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    Changing IP Addresses I. About This tutorial will teach teach you how to change your ip address to any other one on your ip range instead of having your DHCP Server pick one for you. This is very useful because you can change your ip when you are getting DDoS'ed or if you wish to piss off someone running a webserver (or other service) on your ip range, it is also useful to get around a bans as long as the ban only covered your ip not your whole ip range. As usually anything illegal you

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    Ip Address

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    TOPIC:IP ADDRESS Cyber Law & Information Security The address of a computer on the Internet is commonly referred to as the IP Address (Internet Protocol). It's a 32 bit (4 bytes) number normally written as follows: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Since a byte can represent any number from zero to 255, the least and the maximum IP address possible are: 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 Understanding IP Addresses Understanding IP Addressing is necessary, since all applications on the Internet generate logs

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    The Gettysburg Address

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    their country, but also unites a nation under a common goal. Through his rhetorical usage of repetition and parallelism Lincoln delivers his chief message of unity as a nation. In Abraham Lincoln’s revolutionary and celebrated speech “The Gettysburg Address,” Lincoln’s use of superior rhetoric and leadership reignites the American people’s passion and desire to come together for a common goal. Lincoln immediately grabs the audience's attention with a reference to the past and to future: “Four score and

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    The Gettysburg Address

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    How can a speech gain complete resonance, or agreement from its audience in a short amount of time? Abraham Lincoln's most famous speech was a great example for gaining the audience's spirits. ''The Gettysburg Address'' was given on November 19, 1863, after the Union won the Battle of Gettysburg. In the speech, Lincoln emphasized the importance and necessity of the Civil War, which was, in his point of view, still worth fighting, despite the horrors of the war. Lincoln did not only argue for his

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    Political Speech Analysis Gettysburg Address Analysis Undoubtedly his most famous speech that he gave throughout his presidential years was his Gettysburg Address…… On the first three days of July 1863, the Army of Northern Virginia, commanded by General Robert E. Lee, had fought the Army of the Potomac, the principal northern army, to which General George G. Meade had been assigned command only four days earlier. In early May, Lee had won a smashing victory at Chancellorsville, Virginia, over

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    Gettysburg Address

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    A nation embattled in a barbaric war on its own land, President Abraham Lincoln made the trip to Gettysburg in November of 1863 to speak of a military cemetery that would be placed on the grounds where he stood; the graveyard was to be erected in memoriam of the soldiers who fought and died in the Battle of Gettysburg. Although it is simply two hundred and seventy-two words long, it remains one of the most exalted speeches ever given. The President uses several rhetorical devices to deliver a message

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    Napoleon’s Farewell Address To The Old Guard A truly dramatic moment in history occurred on April 20, 1814, as Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France and would-be ruler of Europe said goodbye to the Old Guard after his failed invasion of Russia and defeat by the Allies. By that time, Napoleon had ruled France and surrounding countries for twenty years. Originally an officer in the French Army, he had risen to become Emperor among the political chaos following the French Revolution in which the old

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    The Gettysburg Address Imagine being a soldier in a great war, and some of your comrades have been shot down, and there they lay: Dead. Wouldn’t your spirits be lowered? This was the story of the soldiers in the Civil War who watched their friends die and couldn’t do anything about it. On November 19, 1863, the United States was in the middle of a war between the north and the south. This marked the turning point of the way things were ran at that time and it became the symbol of hope for many

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