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    The Bull Moose

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    Title: The title The Bull Moose is an interesting title to use. Bulls are known to be rough and strong which could be a reference to the moose’s strength and/or characteristics. The moose is animal that symbolizes old age, which can be inferred the protagonist in the poem is old. The word “Bull” is the term to describe a male moose; the author probably used the word Bull instead of male to emphasize strength and masculinity. Moose is commonly hunted as game. In this poem there may be a connection

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    Oscar Wilde's Young King

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    certainly a great fascination for him" and his eagerness to procure them had sent merchants to all corners of the globe to get them. But above all else, it was the robe that he was to wear at his coronation, made of tissue gold, the "ruby studded crown and the sceptre with its rows and rings of pearls" that mesmerized him. On that tranquil night when it struck midnight and he had been "disrobed with much ceremony", he fell asleep in no time and this was the dream he had. He thought he was standing

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    Symbol of the Bull in Greenleaf Animals are often used by authors of novels and short stories as literary symbols. In "Greenleaf," a short story by Flannery O'Connor, a bull is used to represent Jesus Christ. O'Connor does this according to how the bull looks, how it is rejected, and how it seems to offer grace to Mrs. May. The first way O'Connor uses the bull to represent Christ is by appearance. A few times in the story the bull seems to be lit up like the sun or by the moon. This is comparable

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    The Man Nobody Knows

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    The Man Nobody Knows The author of this book Bruce Barton was a partner in a successful advertising firm during the 1920’s. This was a time when the industry of advertising was under going some major changes. These changes had a lot to do with a number of factors the first of which being the post war prosperity this meant people had more money than they ever had before. Another one of these factors had to do with the high number of teens who were now attending high school, this proved to be important

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    has lead to certain effects on the Reef; effects like rising ocean temperatures and acidification, physical pollution, overfishing, shipping and boating pollution, as well as indirectly increasing the amount of the Reef’s natural predator, the Crown of Thorns Starfish. The goal should be protecting, managing, and preserving the Great Barrier Reef for all current and future generations. Due to rising ocean temperatures the coral on the reef is dying and becoming bleached.

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    Acanthaster planci on the Great Barrier Reef

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    Acanthaster planci on the Great Barrier Reef The organism Acanthaster planci, commonly known as the crown of thorns starfish, has a drastic effect on the health of coral reefs all over the world, including the Great Barrier Reef of Australia. This poisonous echinoderm feeds upon the coral, and although this should be a healthy and natural part of the ecosystem, the population explosions of the starfish have caused devastation in many portions of the Great Barrier Reef. Reef sections take anywhere

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    Humans are one of the biggest threats to coral reefs around the world. Coral reefs house a diverse mixture of underwater species like sea turtles, hundreds of different fish species and over a thousand species of mollusks. They are home to an incredible amount of wildlife as well as protecting the coastline from ocean storms. Corals make up the coral reef, but some people don 't realize that corals are living organisms. They are not rock or pretty stone, but are related to anemones and jellyfish

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    Great Barrier Reef Essay

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    Describe the location and the ecosystem, including all known feeding relationships. What is its current status? The rivers and creeks along the wet tropics in far North Queensland are followed by massive amounts of banana farms. These farms run across 1500 kilometres of the Queensland coastline. During heavy rainfall, which is plentiful in the area, sediment and nutrients run off into the rivers and eventually end up in the Great Barrier Reef. One of the biggest threats to the Reef is Johnstone River

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    six of the world’s seven species of threatened marine turtles, 134 species of sharks and rays, and more than 30 species of marine mammals, including the endangered dugong. The Great Barrier Reef is also home to a species of starfish called crown of thorns, named as such due to their round and spiky appearance, these starfish are normally a beneficial part of the Reef ecosystem as they feed on the fastest growing corals, maintaining coral

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    great barrier reef

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    to, and the strategies in place to secure the reefs future. Australian lifestyles and farming occur predominantly on the coast, which subject’s the reef to large quantities of sediment runoff. In addition to this problem is the outbreak of the crown of thorn starfish. However, significant efforts are being made to address these problems. Equally important is climate change and the threat it has on the reef in coming years. Consequently, the Government and other organizations have been looking at ways

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