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  • Deep Foundation: Bored Pile Construction

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    DEEP FOUNDATION Deep-foundation elements comprise piles and piers and are like slender columns buried in the ground. They are prevented from buckling because they are confines by the soil. Piles and piers transfer the load either to bedrock or to soil of high bearing capacity while passing through unsuitable soil. As previously stated, deep foundation are used where shallow foundation cannot be used because the topsoil is expansive or has a low bearing capacity or where the frost line is deep.

  • Deep Vein Thrombosis

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    Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), is a blood clot that forms in a deep vein inside the body. DVT can occur when the blood thickens, because the thickening of the blood can cause a clot to form. DVT will generally occur within the lower leg or thigh, as well as other parts of the body. A clot that occurs in a deep vein can possibly break off from the original vein. When it breaks off it can travel throughout the body’s bloodstream. It is called an embolus when the clot breaks off. The clots that broke off

  • The Deep, Dark Web : The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

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    The Deep, Dark Web: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly “The Hidden Web”, or more commonly known as “The Deep Web”, is a fraction of the Internet that is not indexed by standard search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo, etcetera. The reason for this is due to the fact that standard search engines cannot directly access data that is held in databases, which makes it extremely difficult for search engines to index. So, if standard search engines cannot access the Deep web, what can? And what is the primary

  • Essay On Deep Brain Stimulation

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    effectiveness were discovered. Deep brain stimulation -not a new technology when it came into use as a PD treatment in the 1990s, but one whose potential had not been realized -provided further improvements, allowing for treatment when medications ceased to work. Deep brain stimulation allowed for a very powerful tool in the treatment of Parkinson's disease, but not one that was without risks. As our understanding of the brain becomes more sophisticated, the mechanisms by which deep brain stimulation works

  • The Secret Man, The Story Of Watergates Deep Throat, By Bob Woodward

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    The main focus of this book was to do research on The book “The Secret Man, The Story of Watergates Deep Throat,” written by Bob Woodward with a reporter’s assessment by Carl Bernstein, which is about a group of burglars who broke into the Watergate hotel in Washington DC on May of 1972. While breaking in the burglars left listening devices like voice recorders and attempted to wiretap phones so they could steal secret information and documents from the Democratic Party. Not only was this no ordinary

  • Black Boy by Richard Wright and A Brief Introduction To The History Of The Deep South

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    Compare the two texts an extract from Black Boy by Richard Wright and A Brief Introduction To The History Of The Deep South for: 1) Tone 2) Use of Language (Style) 3) Register (Degree of Formality or Informality) Black Boy by Richard Wright is a personal recountive piece while A Brief Introduction To The History Of The Deep South a piece of expository writing. In Black Boy, the narrator recalls and describes 2 incidents that occurred on the same day which impacted his life and let

  • Deep Blue Sea: Don't Waste Your Time

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    Deep Blue Sea is a pathetic attempt at a heart racing, action packed, adrenaline pumping thriller. The only thrilling moment of this multi million dollar catastrophe was the laughable special effects and far fetched plot. The film, set in a research facility at sea, is about a group of scientists developing a cure for Alzheimer’s. All hell breaks lose when the sharks escape and

  • The Deep

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    himself (and fueled by eccentric, wealthy donors and well-off engineers), the project focused on the creation and testing of extreme deep-water machinery. But not by using some kind of robot- but by using people. They spent years of their lives attempti... ... middle of paper ... ...eprints for the submarine and the suits to various companies to be mass produced. Deep-sea expeditions by marine biologists and geologists would become increasingly common. Governments would send men and women to the

  • Deep

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    Ideally, classrooms in any colleges or institutions should facilitate learning no matter what subject is being taught, no matter how many students will attend, no matter what; there are no exceptions. In “Intercultural Communication Stumbling Blocks” by LaRay M. Barna discusses the difficulty of understanding each other culturally facilitates learning process. Therefore, Barna suggests that learning can be easier if we understand each other better. In “Creativity in the Classroom” by Ernest L. Boyer

  • Ocean Deep

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    Snelgrove and Grassle in The Deep Sea: Desert and Rainforest published in Oceanus, volume 38 in 1995 argue that the popular belief that the deep sea is little more than an “ocean desert” is a pure fallacy. Contrary to such thinking a multitude of benthic organisms dwell on the ocean bottom; despite the frigid temperatures and high pressure, a large heterogeneity of creatures, rivaling in variety and number those inhabiting tropical rainforests, thrive in this environment. The “analogy of the ocean