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    Coat of Arms

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    Coat of Arms Most people believe a coat of arms to be a shield of some sort that knights used in the middle ages to protect themselves in battle. In reality, a coat of arms consists of more than just a shield. There are actually five elements in a coat of arms: the shield, the crest, the helm, the wreath and the mantle or mantling. Each of these elements creates what is know as a coat of arms. While it is true that knights did indeed wear coats of arms during battle, the emblem was not only found

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    The Trench coat Mafia Opinion MANY FACTORS CAUSED OUTBURST OF VIOLENCE There is no single factor that caused the outburst of violence on 20th April 1999, in Littleton, Colorado. Blaming a single factor as the cause of the Columbine High School massacre is as ludicrous as a nation blaming an economic crisis on one person alone. There were many contributing factors that led to this massacre, and with that, an array of warning signs, all of which were ignored by most people. If people were searching

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    Judgment on a Past Time In reading the selection Dream of a Long Fur Coat, by Barbra Drews, I noticed that not all people view the world the same way. In this selection the author feels that animals that are trapped or raised in pins are being wrongly killed for the use of their fur. She justifies her reasons for feeling this way by over exaggerating the events that lead to the processing of fur. Barbra Drews clearly explains how iron traps, the most common traps used by trappers, do their part

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    Jean Piaget: The Man Behind the Lab Coat

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    Jean Piaget: The Man Behind the Lab Coat Jean Piaget's legacy is one that has affected a wide disparity of disciplines. Commonly acknowledged as one of the foremost psychologists of the 20th century, certainly the premiere child developmental psychologist, Piaget preferred to be referred to as a genetic epistemologist. This is because he identified child psychology as being limited to merely the study of the child, whereas his main focus was the study of the origins, characteristics, and limitations

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    surname to create my coat of arms, but I didn’t think that it represented my family. My last name is derived from the name Matthew, meaning, ‘gift of God,’ but my family is not religious and I feel like the meaning makes us out to be something that we’re not. Embodying these respects were important to me and I felt responsible for finding the perfect way to portray my family. My family’s values such as intelligence, integrity, and determination were what helped me create my coat of arms. The color

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    Dan Coats

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    Insider's Choice for Election Analysis. Web. 13 Apr. 2011. . Rasmussen, Scott. "Election 2010: Indiana Senate - Rasmussen Reports™." Rasmussen Reports™: The Most Comprehensive Public Opinion Data Anywhere. 24 Oct. 2010. Web. 10 Apr. 2011. . "Sen. Daniel Coats [R-IN] - GovTrack.us." GovTrack.us: Tracking the U.S. Congress. Web. 10 Apr. 2011. .

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    The Coat of Arms

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    Essay: The Coat of Arms The South African Coat of Arms officially replaced South Africa’s previous Coat of Arms which had been in use since 1910. The new Coat of Arms was introduced to South Africa in 2000 on the 27th of April (www.wikipedia.org). The new Coat of Arms represented the beginning of a new and diverse South Africa. It was a way of symbolizing our heritage and recognising all cultures. The San people were included in the new Coat of Arms as they were considered the original inhabitants

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    Red Coat

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    approached her side. My hand lifted as she weaved her petite hand through mine. The sun shone so radiantly; our surroundings disappeared, fading to nothingness. All that remained was the light, and her, clutching my hand tightly in her tiny fingers. Her red coat shone like a beacon, leading me through the light, so bright my eyes relinquished themselves willingly. The light washed over me like a tidal wave. Every muscle in my body let go, feeling so light that I could fly away like a bird. The light faded

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    Coat of Arms

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    Coat of Arms/Family Crest Project In a variety of regions throughout the Post-Classical Era, various symbols relative to those cultures represent the Hummel family through the themes faith, knowledge, courage, diligence, and unity. The Post-Classical Era is perceived to range from 600 A.D. to 1450 A.D., other names for the Post-Classical Era are the Medieval Era, or the Middle Ages. There is no specific year for the start or end of the Post-Classical Era, it is mostly an estimate. Many societies

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    manner in which she went to have an abortion (824). Even her coat is symbolic in showing the true nature of the Westcotts. Irene’s coat was "of fitch skins, dyed to resemble mink" (817). The fact that the coat was dyed to resemble something of higher status than it really was can be used as a metaphor to describe the Westcotts’ nature: they were one way when presenting themselves to society (high class and socially conscientious, like the coat and the Westcotts’ marriage both appeared), and another way

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