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    hostage for their mutualistic partners, known as the Acacia ants- Pseudomyrmex ferruginea. Other than that, what is special about Cornigera, is that it consists of yellowish nodules at the tips of their subdivided leaves. The yellowish nodules are Beltian bodies. They are rich in fats and proteins, providing the ants with food. In addition, they produce characteristic extrafloral nectar (Gonzalez-Teuber et al. 2009). These adaptations of Acacia Cornigera are uncommon comparing to other plant forms. It

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    inexperienced as blood, and trauma is suspected. Decomposition fluid will accumulate in body cavities and should not be confused with haemothorax in the case of the pleural cavities. As decomposition continues, haemolysed blood leaks out into the tissue. In the scalp, decomposition fluid cannot readily be differentiated from ante-mortem bruising. Thus, in the dependent areas of the head in decomposed bodies, one must be very cautious in interpreting blood in the tissue as a contusion. Two weeks

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    The Unexplained Massacre

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    Prologue #1 The battle had been lost. She knew it before she even opened her eyes. She could feel pain all over her body and felt the familiar sensation of cold air on open skin. She tried to raise her arm but it was trapped under something. With what strength she had left she pulled. Her arm came free. Her eyes fluttered open and she immediately had to stop herself from screaming. In front of her was the corpse of her lover. Patches of his hair had been torn from his skull along with the flesh

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    The Murderer

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    conscious, was telling me to save myself, which is what I did. Luckily. The murderer’s first attempt to kill me was unsuccessful. As the bullet rapidly came toward I ducked, shatterin... ... middle of paper ... ...ion gauzes wrapped around my body. My parents were in the waiting room, depressed, and regretful. Although, the manager was a crude person, I still felt guilty, for bulging into her “personal sanctuary, and causing her death. I grasped my golden locket, and asked God to grant the lady

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    whole town will know about it. In the story, "A Rose For Emily"and by William Faulkner; the townspeople is tell a story about Emily Grierson how her father died, about the fact that, she had an affair with a man named Homer Baron, and how she died bodies in her home. In the story William Faulkner puts his story into many sections, because the person who is telling the story is going by memory so basically going to a flashbacks moves in and out the story. In Faulkner 's short story "A Rose For Emily"

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    Stand by Me and The Body is based on are same story but introduce in two different version. The body is a book version and it is written by Stephen King and there is a movie created based on the same story. The story is about four boys going on a hunt to find a dead body so they could come in television. This adventure bond their friendship together and by end of the day they all learned something. I have watched the movie and read the book too. I have found there are many things in the movie that

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    A Study of Candomble Sacrifice Rituals

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    A Study of Candomble Sacrifice Rituals In Sacrifice: Its Nature and Functions, Henri Hubert and Marcel Mauss describe the rites and rituals usually surrounding sacrifice in a religious context. They attempt to create a method for studying sacrifice according to the consecrating rituals that surround the act itself. According to Hubert and Mauss, it is these rituals which define the sacrifice; a sacrifice without these rituals would indeed be meaningless and empty. These rituals shape the

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    Sameness of person consists not in sameness of soul nor the sameness of body, but in sameness of consciousness. According to the memory view, the personal identity is established by (genuine) memory-relations. Locke’s theory manifests the idea that rather than being tied to our physical bodies, our identity is bound to our consciousness. Locke, in one of his works states that consciousness is the perception of what passes in a man’s own mind. Essentially, meaning that consciousness equals memories

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    Salinity Changes

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    salmon color to them, and on two opposite sides, they have these crimson hairs lined up in a row, stretching the entire length of their bodies (the hairs are less than an eighth of an inch long). If we were to call the two lines of hair "east and west", then on the "north and south" sides, there were dark lines that also stretched the entire length of their bodies. These were their primary blood vessels, and though we tried to locate the pulse that is supposed to conspicuously travel up and down this

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    at all levels, a struggle from the occupation of their land and war, a struggle from the occupation of their bodies or what could be considered a war against their bodies, and a sexual, and a power struggle. The women in these novels survive a fight that is almost impossible to win. They do not even posses their bodies. Some are given away in marriage, but even if they are not, their bodies serve the purpose of giving lineage to their husbands. If they are incapable they are deemed as defective and

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