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    War is a hard thing to describe. It has benefits that can only be reaped through its respective means. Means that, while necessary, are harsh and unforgiving. William James, the author of “The Moral Equivalent of War”, speaks only of the benefits to be had and not of the horrors and sacrifices found in the turbulent times of war. James bears the title of a pacifist, but he heralds war as a necessity for society to exist. In the end of his article, James presents a “war against nature” that would

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    Determining the Approximate Equivalent Circuit of a Single-Phase Transformer AIM --- To determine the approximate equivalent circuit of a single-phase transformer. OBJECTIVE --------- To write up a lab report that will determine the equivalent circuit of a single-phase transformer, using open load test, short circuit test and the load test. EQUIPMENT --------- · TecQuipment electrical machines teaching unit NE8010 or NE8013 · B-phase transformer (EMTU-TT01)

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    How And Why Rugby has Developed from a Traditional form to its Modern day Equivalent Introduction Rugby, also known as Rugger, is a football game played with an oval ball by two teams of either 15(Rugby Union) or 13(Rugby League) players each. The object of the game is to score as many points as possible by carrying, passing, kicking and grounding an oval ball in the scoring zone at the far end of the field -- called the in-goal area. Grounding the ball, which must be done with downward pressure

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    In other words, we can define it as – “A fraction whose denominator is 100 called percentage, and the numerator of this fraction is called the Rate Percent”. So, = 21 per cent. The sign for per cent is ‘%’. Some Important Percentage fractional Equivalents: 1% = 2% = 3% = 4% = 5% = 8% = 10% = 16% = 20% = 25% = 40% = 60% = 80% = 120% = 75% = Fraction to Rate per cent: To express any fraction into rate per cent, then just multiply it by 100 and put percentage

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    energy for 1999

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    petroleum, natural gas, and coal, and the flaring of natural gas increased from 5.873 billion metric tons of carbon equivalent in 1990 to 6.144 billion metric tons in 1999, or by 4.6%. (Carbon dioxide emissions are measured in metric tons of carbon equivalent. Tons of carbon equivalent can be converted to tons of carbon dioxide gas by multiplying by 3.667. One ton of carbon equivalent equals 3.667 tons of carbon dioxide gas.) The United States, China, Russia, Japan, and India produced 51% of the world's

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    increased in the total current assets of 28%. Of those 28% increase, they consisted of 88% increase in the Cash & Equivalents (increased of $10.6 millions) caused by the decreased in the Capital Stock repurchasing in 2001 by Applebee’s. The repurchase of capital stock has decreased by 31% as noted from the year-to-year percentage changes of the Statement of Cash Flow which equivalent to about $11 million dollars. The other current assets increased was from the other Current Assets category; there

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    The Pros and Cons of Love

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    Socrates stuns the Symposium when he tells how Diotima showed him that “Love is neither beautiful nor good,” thus contradicting the theme of all speeches before his (201E). Diotima’s logic begins by postulating that love is equivalent to desire. This statement is supported by Aristophanes’s speech in which he describes the origin of human nature. Zeus split the spheres of the three original types of humans: male, female and androgynous; to form the two sexes. Ever since the division of spheres

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    adjustments during the teen years. As a result the brain does not fully develop. This has been proven by a study done with rats, conducted by Scott Swartzwelder at Duke University. The study found that the equivalent of only two beers, for adolescent rats is needed to loose memory, while the equivalent of four beers is needed to loose memory in adult ra... ... middle of paper ... ...laining why having a lower drinking age would be safer for teens. The reader understands the conclusion by following

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    Topology

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    between them, using topological rather than geometric information (What 1). Furthermore, if one figure can be distorted into another figure without breaking, then the two figures are described as being topologically equivalent to each other. Two examples of topologically equivalent figures are a coffee cup and doughnut, and groups of the letters of the alphabet. First, an object shaped like a doughnut is a torus. A torus can... ... middle of paper ... ...and. New York:Oxford University Press

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    Education in France

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    how the child can find information for him or herself. As in the U.S., education is separated into levels that must be passed in a sequence to go on. There are 5 levels of education in France. The first level is called Creche. The Creche is the equivalent of daycare in the U.S. The age range for the Creche is from birth to 3 years. The Creche's purpose is to prepare young children for the next level of education. After students complete their last year in the Creche they move on to the Maternelle

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