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  • Music Composition

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    or her success rate will be (Learning Express Library). Moreover, due to the rigorous course schedule and variety, the degree will open up a variety of careers in the future. Many times, composers will combine another aspect of music along with composition such as education or medicine. New occupations are constantly rising with technologies and developments. To enumerate, video game and movie scores are in incessant demand. Composers will often have different jobs that may or may not pertain directly

  • Composition of Seaweed

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    The proximate composition, fatty acids, minerals and chlorophyll-a content of three groups of seaweed [Green (Ulva lactuca, Enthromorpha intestinalis); Brown (Sargassum illicifolium, Colpomenia sinuosa) and Red (Hypnea valentiea, and Gracilaria corticata)] collected from the Persian Gulf in Iran, for the first time, was investigated. Results showed that seaweeds were relatively high in carbohydrate [31.0% (H. valentiea)-59.0% (U. lactuca)] and ash [12.2% (U. lactuca)-29.9% (S. illicifolium)], but

  • Body Composition

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    Body composition is one of the five health related fitness components and it is the percent body fat, bone, water and muscle found in your body. Although fat is associated with negative connotations, it has important functions in our body such as the cushioning of organs, shock absorption and temperature regulations. This ‘positive’ fat is known as essential fat, and the ‘negative’ fat is known as nonessential fat. The percent body fat is used to determine the total fat found in your body and it

  • Philosophy Of Composition

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    Poe’s Composition of the Raven Edgar Allen Poe describes in great detail, his poem “The Raven”, in The Philosophy of Composition. Never before had I been able to read a poet describe in his own philosophy of making a poem. Poe goes in deep context and meaning to how he derives the story line to his poem. He explains what significance the raven plays in the poem and the beauty of his intent in the poem. Poe, first thought of an impression or effect he would like to suppress upon the reader. In this

  • Body Composition

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    Allied Health Dictionary, Body Composition is defined as the relative proportions of protein, fat, water, and mineral components in the body. It varies as a result of differences in body density and degree of obesity. Basically body composition describes the percentages of fat, bone, and muscle in a persons body. The percentages of body fat a person has determines their overall health and fitness when compared to factors like age, weight, and sex. Body composition also contributes to a persons overall

  • The Composition of the Body

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    The Composition of the Body Muscular system =============== The Muscular system is the system that aloes the body to move. There are 2 types of muscles, voluntary and involuntary the voluntary muscles are the muscles that we move when we want them to move, such as a leg or arm muscle. These muscles aren’t active while we are unconscious. Involuntary muscles are the muscles that work even while we sleep such as the hart. Depending on the exercise you do your voluntary muscles may

  • Market Composition

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    has great academic value and practical implications for industry. Specifically, capturing the trading pattern and investment performance of each investor group within a particular country can cast light on some worthwhile issues such as market composition, information transmission, asset price formation, and market efficiency and liquidity. Due, in part, to the information asymmetry evidenced between institutional investors and individual investors (e.g., Alangar et al., 1999; Lin et al., 2007;

  • The Composition and Rhetoric Field

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    Composition and Rhetoric (a.k.a. Writing Studies): A Flexible Field In his essay, "Teach Writing as a Process not a Product," Donald Murray outlines the major difference between the traditional pedagogy that directed the teaching of writing in the past and his newly hailed model. Traditionally, Murray explains, English teachers were taught to teach and evaluate students' writing as if it was a finished product of literature when, as he has discovered, students learn better if they're taught that

  • Mineral Composition of Seaweed

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    The mineral composition of three groups of seaweed under study is shown in Table 3. As an illustration, most of the seaweeds showed high value of Potassium, Magnesium and Iron, but low in Copper and Cobalt that is coincided to those estimated by Krishnaiah et al. (2008), but significantly higher with those results reported by Rupérez (2002). Among minerals, Potassium occurred in the highest proportions in all seaweeds (515.6±35.7-876.6±15.9 mg/100g) which are significantly lower than those results

  • Composition Music Theory

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    Composition music theory has a longing history of how it was brought up and the way it has evolved into new cultures. “Musical Composition, the act of conceiving a piece of music, the art of creating music, or the finished product. These meanings are interdependent and presume a tradition in which musical works exist as repeatable entities. In this sense, composition is necessarily distinct from improvisation.” (Crossley-Holland, Peter) Composition music theory is the study of which you learn to