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  • Please Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood

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    People are misunderstood all throughout our world. We have all been misunderstood one way or another. The purpose of my choice to explore why people are misunderstood is that I want to find the root cause of why people are misunderstood and to discover ways to begin to understand others. Wrong accusations, invariable judging, and even death are the effect of being misunderstood and the world would be a better place if the human race began to understand each other. To find my information, I used my

  • The Clash of Themes in Animal Farm by George Orwell

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    ... Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend. 3. No animal shall wear clothes. 4. No animal shall sleep in a bed. 5. No animal shall drink alcohol. 6. No animal shall kill any other animal. 7. All animals are equal.” (2.22) But they let the pigs to violate them. If their dreamy utopian world was a tree, the commandments are like roots. But, they are not fully aware whether they are functioned properly or, they are miss-interpreted. That also causes the downfall of their dream world

  • The Pros of Animal Experimentation

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    Since 300 B.C., animal testing has been happening all over the world. As time has drawn on, people have made this a huge controversial topic and have debated whether or not animal experimentation is acceptable or not acceptable in today’s society. With everything progressing around us, what effect would animal experimentation have on the United States? In fact, scratch that and instead ask this question instead: what would the effects of animal experimentation be globally? Animal experimentation

  • Doctor Dolittle Analysis

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    The Story of Doctor Dolittle was written by Hugh Lofting. This book was first published in 1920 and it introduces the character of Doctor Dolittle who learns animal languages so he can care for his animal patients. Actually, this book is the first of the 12 books in Dolittle series. It is a classic story for young readers with some nice and imaginative illustration that can help the readers to understand the story more. The Story of Doctor Dolittle was written by Hugh Lofting. This book was first

  • Essay On Exotic Animals

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    should not be kept as pets because they can be a danger at any time. They can’t be tamed in just a day, month, or even a year. It takes many generations to tame an animal. Like dogs for example, they have been tamed for generations. Some wild animals don’t kill people by just biting them and killing them. Wild animals carry all kinds of disease and spread them if people are not aware. Some of the diseases can be very harmful to humans including rabies, herpes B virus, and Salmonella. The herpes B virus

  • Animal Farm

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    The history of the human race follows a plot detailing the struggles and triumphs of various individuals with the concepts of power and control. In George Orwell’s novel, Animal Farm, these elaborate concepts are further explored through various characters such as the shire boar, Napoleon. Napoleon’s ability to exercise control over the animals derives from his capability to indoctrinate them with his partial ideologies. Napoleon then further clasps his power by his avail of expert power throughout

  • Language in Animal Farm

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    appeal to the animals basic hopes and desires of a better life and a better future. They make others work extremely hard, while they themselves rest and unfairly reap most of the benefits of the work. For example, “Now comrades,... to the hayfield! Let us make it a point of honor get in the harvest more quickly than Jones and his men do.” Later in chapter three, Squealer is sent to justify the pigs selfishness and to convince the animals that the pigs are working in their favor. He said, “You do

  • Animal Farm: A Comparison of the Book and Movie

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    Animal Farm: The Book & The Movie It was was a dark night, all the animals huddled around Old Major to hear what he had to say about his dream. It turns out Old Major talks about rebelling against man so that all animals can have a better life. Ironically, after Rebellion, no one except Napoleon has a better life and he makes their lives even harsher. This is a story of communism, this is the story of Animal Farm. Basically, in a nutshell, Animal Farm is a novel about farm animals triumphing over

  • A Career as a Veterinary Technician

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    will make me an appropriate asset to any veterinary care team. I understand that animals have all the feelings and the emotions humans have. I wish to make a difference in an animal and he or she’s caregivers’ life. I know that as a veterinary technician it will not be easy and the recovery of an animal will not always unfortunately be successful. I will try my absolute best to aide in the well-being of any animal no matter what. I will remember what college and my instructors have taught me and I will

  • Zoochosis For Animals

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    Ever since the dawn of human civilization, people have enclosed animals for their own personal enjoyment. In modern times, animals are now kept in zoos and aquariums not just for entertainment, but also for preventing the extinction of a diversity of species. For the past few decades, animal rights activists have been disputing whether or not if these captive areas have been benefiting the animals or if they are just depriving them from their natural rights. Even though supporters of zoos and aquariums