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  • Deciphering RU-486

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    Deciphering RU-486 When told there is a drug available that may prove useful in the treatment of everything from cancer to HIV to Alzheimer¹s Disease (1), the tendency would be to ask why its use isn¹t more pervasive. Conversely, when told there is a drug that functions to terminate unwanted pregnancies as well as preventing them from occurring at all (1), it would be more likely to call into question the ethics of such a design. However, when considering a drug that does all these things, the

  • Deciphering the Blues

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    I started a draft of this essay, and was about halfway through it before I stopped and couldn’t figure out how to get started again. It wasn’t until I’d read over it a few times, and then went back to research that I realized the problem. I was writing from a standpoint that I wasn’t comfortable in. There was no depth, no emotion, and no connection to the words I’d written – and as a writer, it makes things fairly difficult when I have no connection to the words I’m writing. Writing as an outsider

  • Deciphering The Federal Bureau of Prisons

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    transition and glorification of utilizing private prisons to minimize or maximize certain aspects to lack of professionalism in safety and precautions, the institution otherwise known as the Bureau of Prisons will indisputably adhere to adversaries. Deciphering the Federal Bureau of Prisons Tracing back in to the deepest realms of mankind, the uncanny ability to perceive and therefore act immorally, as in committing deviant behaviors, has undeniably plagued the progression of humankind. As such, as the

  • Deciphering Low-Carb Diet Jargon

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    Deciphering Low-Carb Diet Jargon The medical world is a complicated one with constant changes in what is recommended for good health. Trying to keep up with current information is challenging enough, but deciphering the technical jargon can be the most confusing part. The low-carb diet craze exploded into the media with Atkins, The Zone, and the South Beach Diet. Accompanying these names are words such as glucose and fructose with many people know are different forms of sugar. But what

  • Mythology of Evil: Deciphering the Darkness

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    The act of studying mythology can be an extremely unifying thing. For humans as a species, myths connect us with our collective history by allowing us to see through the eyes of our ancestors. Potentially much more than in novels, myths allow us to enter into the ancient world on a deeper level; through them we are exposed to the popular worldview and superstitions of the day. The inner workings of ancient human beings are visible, and it becomes strikingly clear that they were not all that different

  • Deciphering Horrible Handwriting from Medical Records

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    expert LNCs never speak with non-client treaters. Deciphering horrible handwriting from medical records is a skill that many legal nurse consultants learn through trial and error. This discussion focuses on physician handwriting but the principles apply to other types of health care providers as well. Here are some tips to help new LNCs who are trying to figure out illegible handwriting. Use your judgment deciding how much time to spend deciphering bad handwriting. All medical records are important

  • Essay on Taming of the Shrew: Deciphering Kate’s Shrewish Character

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    The Taming of the Shrew:  Deciphering Kate’s Shrewish Character The Taming of the Shrew is one of Shakespeare's most popular plays. It is both a witty and complex play with characters that are appealing and believable drawn from life and based on a keen understanding of human nature. One can see this in the main character of the play, the shrew Katherine. The reasons for Kate's shrewd behavior as well as her tameness have puzzled Critics and Shakespearean scholars for ages. This essay will attempt

  • An Honest Attempt At Deciphering James Joyce's Ulysses Book Review

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    Ulysses Review: I Am Not Qualified But I Will Still Try An Honest Attempt At Deciphering James Joyce’s Ulysses Post #: 134 5.19.2014 As you all know, -if you’ve been keeping up with me-, I’ve been reading James Joyce’s Ulysses for the past five months, and, if we’re being honest, it hasn’t been easy. Ulysses is, at first glance, one big jumbled mess. If you aren’t flipping through guides or dictionaries to understand a reference, you are hopelessly lost in a seemingly endless stream of consciousness

  • Jean François Champollion: Deciphering Ancient Egypt with the Rosetta Stone

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    Arguably one of the most important discoveries made regarding the historical and cultural study of ancient Egypt is the translation of the writing form known as hieroglyphics. This language, lost for thousands of years, formed a tantalizing challenge to a young Jean François who committed his life to its translation. Scholars such as Sylvestre de Sacy had attempted to translate the Rosetta Stone before Champollion, but after painstaking and unfruitful work, they abandoned it (Giblin 32). Champollion’s

  • Free YGB Essay: Deciphering a Passage of Hawthorne's Young Goodman Brown

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    Deciphering a Passage from Young Goodman Brown " Lo! There ye stand, my children…'"    In the first line of this passage, the figure is trying to gain the trust of the people congregated around the alter. This figure, Satan, is standing before the citizens of Salem addressing them as 'my children' in order to lure them into a false belief in him as their savior. His deep, solemn, and almost sad tone commands sincerity and, seemingly, his feelings of sadness that their belief in God did not work