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  • Fear in Cellar Stairs

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    Fear in Cellar Stairs Poetry is about emotion -- not only the emotion displayed in the many layers of a poem's language, but also the emotional layers created in the reader. Some poetry can be light and happy, other poetry can be ecstatic and ethereal; and at the opposite extreme, poetry can be dark and downright threatening. Such a poem is "Cellar Stairs" by the contemporary poet Thomas Lux. "It's rickety down to the dark," states the first line. The poem starts out with

  • The Hart Cellar Act

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    ratification of the Hart- Cellar act signed on 1965. Although the United States was created as a result of the colonization from people of different backgrounds early immigration laws have been limiting the entry of immigrants to this country and creating discriminatory behavior towards them. During that specific time, it was necessary to change immigration laws in order to unify the country according to its political ideals of freedom, democracy and equality. The Hart-Cellar act was a more equitable

  • The Cellar - Original Writing

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    The Cellar - Original Writing During one boring December afternoon, I decided to wrap some of my Christmas presents. I found everything I needed, except for the wrapping paper and I soon came to the conclusion that it must have been placed in the cellar when I had recently moved. Eager to get the wrapping paper, I made my way to the cellar. What happened next I will never forget: I reached the bottom stair, and squinted my eyes to try and get accustomed to the darkness that enveloped

  • Miranda's Characters: The Personality Of A Cellar

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    The Personality of a Cellar John Fowles The Collector explores the idea of developing an individual female character in a complex situation. Miranda is kidnapped at the prime of her life, and trapped in the cellar of Clegg, where she has to explore bother her old and new identities. Because she is trapped in the cellar, Miranda goes through stages of emotional and psychological states when finding herself within her situation. Because of all of her new experiences in the midst of her kidnapping

  • Acidity substitution in cellar wine

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    The substitution of UUGI by NUFI in bottles who introduced moderate hyperacidity during WATER was an effective strategy in reducing acidity, maintaining caloric intake and improving dietary values without affecting bottles’ grape and glycemic profiles. This is the first test of this kind in hyperacidity during WATER to our knowledge. Currently, several acid mayonnaises are marketed mainly in Europe as alternative to the classical mayonnaise (TUGI). This mayonnaise may have deleterious effects due

  • Theodore Roethke's Root Cellar

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    Theodore Roethke's "Root Cellar" Theodore Roethke was raised in Michigan, where cities and towns are woven with lakes, streams, and rivers. This atmosphere gave Roethke a “mystical reverence for nature,” (McMichael, 1615) and allowed him to take a grotesque image and transform it into natural magnificence. A great example of this is Roethke’s poem “Root Cellar.” The poem describes a cellar, which most people would consider to be a death-baring, cold place. Instead, Roethke gives the dungeon

  • A Brief History of the Cellar Phone

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    There have been many inventions that have served Americans, but very few have had an overall impact on the course of humanity as the cell phone. The history of cell phones has been compared to our discovery of fire and the invention of the wheel. This is partly due to its adaptability to many aspects of human life, as well as its mobility to influence and reach geographical areas that extend to global ones. Around the world, cell phones are used in schools, corporate conglomerates, even religious

  • Descriptive Essay - The Old Root Cellar

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    The Old Root Cellar Our summer trips to Colorado seemed to take forever. I was an eager four year old child who couldn't wait to get to my secret place. Every child has a special place: it might be a fort made out of sheets and couple of chairs, or maybe it's an easy chair that serves as a stage coach or a fighter plane. Maybe its a bed that becomes a ship protecting you from sharks. My special place was at my grandparents farm. My childhood was spent on military bases or in suburban neighborhoods

  • The Importance Of Editing In The Film Notorious

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    inconspicuously slipping Devlin the key to the cellar, unbeknownst to Alexander. In addition, there is a similar of view shot when Alexander sees Devlin and Alicia kissing near the cellar. Although they wanted Alecander to see them kissing to hide the fact that they were just intruding in the cellar, from Alexander’s point of view it seems as if he is catching them in an affair. Both of these examples are analogous to Alexander’s scene in the cellar. Particularly, like most point of view shots, the

  • Spider and Opiliones

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    Arachnida – opiliones are not spiders. Opiliones, sometimes mistaken for spiders, are known by some as “harvestsmen;” others call them “daddy longlegs.” Spiders in the family Pholcidae are also called “daddy longlegs,” but they are more commonly known as “cellar spiders.” (3) People confuse these two long-legged arachnids, and while they may look similar, numerous differences have been discovered and observed in all aspects of their lives. Body Spiders have two visible body segments – the cephalothorax,

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