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    The life of Richard Milhous Nixon was and always will be an interesting subject, and everybody has an opinion about the man. But there is one thing that can be agreed upon, and it is that he left the White House in disgrace. A man should not just be remembered for his mistakes though, and Nixon had a great deal of accomplishments throughout his life. Nixon was a Congressman, Senator, Vice President, the 37th President of the United States, and he significantly improved foreign affairs with multiple

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    Joe Vostal US History II 28th February 2017 Sports Reflecting a National Mood Sports in America tend to bring joy and cheer to people. Many people are drawn to sports as a distraction for the political and social turbulence that surrounds them. However, what most people don't realize is that sports can reflect a national mood within our country. In history, there are many instances where this occurs. Specifically, on June 19th 1936, the Joe Louis and Max Schmeling fight is a reflection of America

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    10 Best Airlines Approved Pet Carriers for Dogs and Cats A pet make a man a better human and adds a personal touch to the home while being an integral part of any family. However, at times when the family goes out on a trip the most important aspect becomes the fact that the pets need to be taken along comfortably as well and thus the importance of pet carrier is of utmost importance. While a pet carrier is a necessity for the safety and security of the pet, it also ensures that the people around

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    The Unusual Fairy Tale

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    As Auður Eva Guðmundsdóttir said, “Fairytales are mystical, magical stories and it’s quite unusual for them to be based on real life events.” The tale of Anastasia, however, proves to be very distinct from all other fairy tales. The real story of the Grand Duchess Anastasia is an enchanted tale with a doomed finish and proves to be unlike any other fairy tale. Another point which verifies this story as a different type of fairy tale is that it is actually based on events that occurred in history

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    Lost Love

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    My Lost Love It was ever so dark that evening. It hurt to look at her. It was like looking at my heart barely beating on the floor. I couldn't stand it. Love never hurt me this much. I can't believe this happened. Why me? Why her? Why us? In an instant it was over. I remember the first time we met. It was actually kind of funny. She was walking her dog. Actually, the dog was walking her. I was reading a poem and walking along. When all of the sudden, we collided. The second I looked up into her eyes

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    This essay will review major bridge collapses, and how they were resolved to improve the design of future bridges. The two main causes of bridge failure, wind loads and improper design or design flaws, will be discussed with examples like the Tacoma bridge collapse of 1940 and the I-35 Mississippi River bridge collapse of 2007 later on in the paper (4, 1). Although these are the two usual causes of bridge collapse there are also many other reasons for bridge failure such as, corrosion by environment

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    In this essay, I argue that president Richard Nixon’s fragile relationship with the media ultimately lead to his demise and forever changed president’s connection with the press. From the beginning of his political career, President Nixon always had a bone to pick with the media. Nixon’s hatred towards the media appeared with his “Checkers Speech” of 1952 and in his first year in the presidential office with his “Silent Majority” talk. His apprehension with the media increased when the New York Times

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    Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Fun and Games – What are the games, and how much fun do people have? The play begins with George and Martha, who have just returned from a welcoming-party at the college. From the first moments of the play, the audience are made aware of the great differences between these two characters. Martha is said to be a “large, boisterous” woman, whereas George is referred to as a “thin” man, with hair that is going grey. Martha is an aggressive and loud woman, but

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    Four Legged Friends Bring Hope

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    Ben Williams, author of numerous award-winning novels once said, “ There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.” It is no secret that dogs bring healing and love to us when we need comfort. They bring us protection when we need protecting. But most importantly, dogs bring us loyalty and they are always there for us. People of all ages can and do change when they gain a new four legged friend to journey through life with. Animals are miracle workers that can change a person's

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    Domestication

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    The beginning of human and animal interaction has been triggered by the progress of technology. Animals have been utilized for work, recreation, companionship as well as medical and scientific projects. Why are there so many different kinds of domesticated animal species suited for captivity? Many pets, such as different dog and livestock breeds, were bred to fulfill different purposes for human needs. The process of selective breeding of animals was at first unintentional and probably unobserved

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