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    environment inhabits 10 species; Each species helps form a complicated ecosystem in which species protect, consume, and compete for space with one another. The community consists of three producers, three sessile consumers (otherwise known as filter feeders), and four mobile consumers- one of which is an invasive species. In the environment the producers are Nori Seaweed (Porphyra), Black Pine (Neorhodomela), and Coral Weed (Corallina). Producers make their own food through sunlight, so in order

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    The Natural History of Whale Sharks

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    What is the largest fish in the world? The answer would be the Rhincodon typus, or commonly known as, the whale shark. The whale shark is vey unique because unlike normal sharks, the whale shark is a filter feeder and so, does not have use of its teeth. The whale shark is also about the size of a bus. However, like many animals in the world today, they are considered vulnerable according to the IUCN. They are seen often in the tropical areas, but many behavior and movement mechanism of the whale

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    Letter to My Family

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    All those times that I hit you. I am sorry. I am a monster. I guess I do deserve to die like this. Last month I didn't even know where the hell Zaire was. All I knew was that it was some poor backwards nation in Africa that we sold water filters to. Funny how things turn out, I am going to die in this god forsaken place. Twenty people in this village have died. The rest that haven't probably wish they were. David is already dead. Honey, you remember David right? That junior assistant

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    The Virgin Suicides and the Writing Self

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    active member of it.  Although his narrators are not his normal voice, they are still a part of his writing self.  They still must go through the filter of his conscious thought to be allowed to write the story.  This means that when the reader is engaged in the process of comprehending this story, they unnoticeably bring together three separate filters.  The author's, the narrators', and their own. This voice creates a story within a story.  They describe the lives of a suburban group of

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    The Scarlet Letter Freely Adapted as a Movie

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    the movie screen. We visit their temples in record numbers and bring food, drink, and the mighty dollar. But what do they offer us in return? Voyeurism, titillation, narcissism÷all in a rebirth of classical American literature, which through their filters becomes sappy love stories with politically correct happy endings. In this way, their gifts are made more palatable for an audience they feel is not quite ready for films dealing with bitter social controversy, such as sin, hypocrisy, spiritual crisis

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    Sound

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    high-to-low frequency sensitivity. Filters. Filters are used to divide, electronically, acoustic signals into different ranges. For instance, for a speech-frequency range of 4,000 Hz, we could divide the total range by 10 and each filter would hold 400 Hz. Stimulation Rate. The number of times an electrode is turned on and off, i.e., activated with electrical stimulation. The normal cochlea is like a series of filters. Sounds that have high-frequencies will fall into filters at the basal end of the cochlea

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    Electrolysis

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    length of time (5 mins). Apparatus * Power pack * 50ml beaker * 2 wires (with crocodile clips) * 2 graphite rods * Plastic rod holder * Sand paper * Copper chloride * Stop watch * Filter paper (to filter and deposited copper in the solution) * Funnel (to hold filter paper) * Weighing scales (electronic for more accuracy) [IMAGE] Method First I will plug in the power pack and the scales, pour 30ml of copper chloride into a beaker, sand a graphite rod

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    The Big Four

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    consider my water filtration system one of the most important items in my pack. The MSR Miniworks filter system is a single direction pump with a pump force of 10.4 pounds. When packed up it fits in a pouch measuring 7.8x 3.8 inches and we... ... middle of paper ... ...ome sort of fabric attachment to cover it so it can better manage the large particles. I use a coffee filter and rubber band to filter out tannin in areas where there are large amounts of dead plant matter in the water. Knowing that

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    using different pieces of coloured plastic and by doing this I will be observing the amount of air bubbles formed per minute. Apparatus ========= * Lamp * Beaker * Pondweed * Thermometer * Funnel * Test tube * Coloured filters * Stop clock Fair test ========= To make this experiment a fair test I am going to keep the following things the same: * The type of pondweed * The amount of pondweed * The distance from the lamp to the pondweed * The amount

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    Time - Temperature (of water) - Filter Planning (b) Apparatus/ Materials - Round bottomed flask under reflux - benzylalcohol - HCl - Na2O4 - Büchner funnel - beakers - sodium carbonate Procedure The benzioc acid is synthesized by heating benzylalcohol in a round bottomed flask under reflux. In addition to that, we use Na2O4 as a oxidizing agent. After that, we use HCl to precipitate it. After the some time, we filter it through a Büchner funnel before it

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    and correctly the first time. Not all work though, is considered feasible to be done by the do-it-yourself mechanic. An average person is not going to take an engine out of the vehicle and do an overhaul. What they can do though, is change parts, filters, fluids, tires, and perform many other routine maintenance tasks. A lot of these jobs involve having to lift up the vehicle. Usually what you have to do is get a jack, lift up the vehicle, place a stand underneath, and then lower the vehicle on to

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    Business

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    statement kind? Be aware of your nonverble cues. Cues give you away easy. Example, hesitation in your voice, expression of doubt on your face, and a long pause. The emotion you give is how intrested you are. doing this their is filters example. Sender (You)-----Sender Filters *Semantics{upersonal communications is very important to today in the fast moving world. The communication process is very important, it is estmated that 80 percent of messages get distorted or lost. Impersonal communication is

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    mysteriously, on a path between town and Bly.  He died from a blow on the head, supposedly from falling upon a rock in the road.  The reader's only impression of the death is through Mrs. Grose's story, though, and so, Solomon hypothesizes, she filters the information to make it seem less extraordinary a demise. Perhaps Mrs. Grose killed him out of jealously.  The reader can infer from this point of view that Mrs. Grose somehow also had a hand in Ms. Jessel's death. Mrs. Grose then proceeds

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    Frank J. Horgan Filtration Plant Introduction The Frank J. Horgan Filtration Plant is located Southeast of Toronto on the shores of Lake Ontario (See map). Its purpose is to provide safe drinking water to our taps by filtering the water. The water is gathered from Lake Ontario. This plant has a production capacity of 455 million litres per day to supply the residents of Toronto with drinking water. Its average production of drinking water is 355 million litres per day. It is also the newest filtration

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    Filtering in Libraries and Schools

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    Filtering in Libraries and Schools We read about blocking some kinds of internet sites in public libraries and schools by using filtering software. There are problems on how to define an obscene piece of material, the list of filtered sites is not available to user , restricting access of adults, not just children, and affecting the lives of poor people who cannot afford PCs by filtering many sites. I think everyone agrees that we should protect children from harmful sites

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    Quantum Cryptography

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    there are four different particles. The particles are identified by their positions: – (horizontal); | (vertical); / (left diagonal); (right diagonal). The particles are measured by the receiver with a filter, and predictably, the vertical filter allows vertical particles through, the horizontal filter allows horizontal particles through, and so on. Here, the Heisenberg uncertainty principle thro... ... middle of paper ... ...he key that Bob is using, Alice is free to read any message Bob sends;

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    and everyone had a computer, free speech could still be blocked. Because the Internet backbones in these countries are controlled by the Communist Parties, it is quite easy for them to block sites. As the Net's secret police put on more and more filters, Net-literate dissidents find more and more ways to work around them. But as all this goes on, it gets harder and harder for less Net-literate people to play the game. The effect, then, is that only a small minority of the population can get around

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    Web Filters are Not the Solution The scene is perfectly clear in my mind. Twelve years old and just home from an overnight stay with a friend, I walked in the door with a Sex Pistols patch on my backpack, a clip-on earring in my ear, and a cherry Kool-Aid dye job. The initial looks of shock and horror on the faces of my parents were priceless - that is until they opened their mouths. I was grounded for a month, forbidden to stay overnight at any friends house for the rest of the year

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    collected from the US Census Board, the Bureau of Labor, the IRS, and other sources. Money only considered places with more than 14,000 people, above-median household income, and population growth and real estate appreciation over the past 5 years. These filters narrowed their list to 1,231 places. Money then rated each place based on criteria in eight areas. These areas were: affordable housing; plentiful leisure activities; plentiful cultural options; low pollution; low crime rate; low auto insurance; short

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    solid custom-built interface. It is also one fascinating challenge; perfect for a summer of code project. My project idea stems from Harvest's existing UI mockup ([https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Harvest/NewUI]). I want to modify Harvest's front end to filter and focus data so it is immediately useful to the end user given his or her current objective. Project I have split my project into three major stages, where each stage provides its own tangible benefits. These stages, in brief, are: deeper

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