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  • Summary of the Film The Wizard of Oz

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    Dorothy was a young lady, full of spirit, living with her aunt and uncle on a farm in Kansas. She was full of energy and really loved her little dog Toto. A whirling cyclone landed her house on a witch in Oz; she started her journey to the Emerald City to ask the Wizard of Oz how to help her return to her hometown of Kansas. Dorothy was really nice and kind and she had many traditional moral values. She didn’t worry about the past events; she somehow made the best out of thing that was happening

  • Starting a Business in Design and Landscaping

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    to optimize our business and “social value” according to Lisa Baxter (Lisa Baxter, the experience business). The On the other hand, good education might help owner cap new opportunities... ... middle of paper ... ... n.d. Web. 19 Mar. 2014. "Emerald Landscape Supply." - The Best Value and Service, the Finest Mulches, Loam, Soils, Hardscapes and Masonry Supplies in Southeastern MA, Cape Cod and Plymouth. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Mar. 2014. "Landscape Construction Foreman Job - Paragon Landscape Construction

  • Removing the Curtain

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    President, but neither could get support for the idea. Fra... ... middle of paper ... ...said to represent the Native Americans who were forced out of their land by Americans migrating east. The miraculous Emerald City represents Washington DC, which makes it safe to believe that The Emerald Palace represents the White House. The Wizard plays a few different roles in Baums allegory. He represents Mark Hanna, who was the Republican party’s chairman. He is also said to represent the President of the

  • What Kind of Jewelry did Ancient Roman People Wear?

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    route, they even were able to obtain more materials for their jewelry along from the Silk Road, which ran through East Asia. Pearls that were brought from the Persian Gulf were used as popular gemstones in ancient Roman jewelry. Also, from Egypt, emeralds and peridots were used, as well as carnelian, jasper, lapis lazuli, and onyx from Persia. Gold was a popular material in all forms of ancient roman jewelry. ("The History of Jewellery: Ancient Roman Jewelry”, 2013.) Snake bracelets were a popular

  • Jewelery-Making Techniques and Career

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    jewelry-Making Techniques and Career A gemstone is defined as “a stone that can be used in jewelry when it is cut and polished” (Merriam-Webster). Jewelers and gemologists (gem specialists) are two possible career choices for someone who wishes to work in the jewelry industry (CFNC). Jewelers cut, shape, repair, and sell jewelry and determine the value of gemstones (CFNC). Gemologists can be a little more specialized. According to the Gemological Institute of America’s website, these specialized

  • Hoffman's Use Of Unnatic Themes In Incantation, By Alice Hoffman

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    Claim: In the novel “Incantation,” Alice Hoffman develops a meaningful yet ubiquitous theme of how the infamous jealousy can destroy a person in many forms uses the literary devices such as simile and personification. Body 1: Hoffman's use of simile develops the theme that jealousy can destroy a person in many forms.In the beginning of the novel, Estrella describes her childhood friend. She talks about Catalina’s amazing character. In fact, Estrella states that “ Catalina and I were so close nothing

  • Compare And Contrast The Wizard Of Oz Book And Book

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    different in the book and novel and was both given to her differently. The special glasses on the other hand were needed in the novel enable to enter the Emerald City. The Emerald City symbolizes to the US History because it is a Green city representing money issues and the heart of the nation10 didn’t have to be worn when entering into the Emerald City. The special glasses were only used in the novel as the slippers were handed to Dorothy differently in the film than the novel. They slippers

  • Extrensic Motivators in Organizations

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    the cost advantages, fixed-term contracts became widely used by firms for additional purposes, for... ... middle of paper ... ...ots of Maslow's Theory of Self-Actualization Journal of Humanistic Psychology July 1979 19: 43-55, Available from: Emerald [12 December 2013]. Grant, Tavia, 2013. Canada’s shifting job market: the rise of contract work. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/economy/canadas-shifting-job-market-the-rise-of-contract-work/article581926/ Accessed December 11,

  • The Importance Of Gemstones

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    should choose. You 'll look your best when wearing platinum, palladium, stainless steel, titanium or white gold, which all have a white color scheme. In terms of gemstones, you 'll look better in bright, deep jewel-tones like rubies, emeralds, sapphires and emeralds. Stay away from any yellow hues since it 'll make your skin appear washed out and pale. Yellow or Gold Undertones If you see greenish veins peeking out from under your skin, that means that yours is considered a warm skin tone. People

  • Wizard Of Oz Archetypes Essay

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    Dorothy, the Tin Man, Scarecrow, and the Cowardly Lion leaves the Emerald City and head back through the forest. The wicked witch of the west commands her army of flying monkeys to bring Dorothy and Toto to her. She warns them to be careful with the handling of the ruby slippers; these slippers in her possession would give her ultimate power. The army of monkeys, flies through the sky, grab Dorothy and fly away with her. They also grab Toto, leaving the Tin Man, Scarecrow, and Cowardly Lion behind