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    Flame of Hope

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    Flame of Hope I was walking along Michigan Ave., in Grant Park, when I saw it across the street. I couldn’t take my eyes off it. It was a sculpture entitled Flame of Hope, by Leonardo Nierman. I know I’ve passed by this sculpture before, but I never really paid any attention to it. I don’t know why, but it caught my eye today. Maybe it was the break in the buildings, or the way the sun was reflecting off of it, but for whatever reason I was fixated. The sculpture is in between three buildings

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    In Alice Walker's short story, "Everyday Use," Wangero could have thought: "Ashes to Ashes. Dust to Dust." Once the house burned, it, and its history is dead--lost in the flames-- the joy in a new start, a new life, a new name must have made Wangero want to "dance around the ashes (66)" of the house. Dee did in fact change her name to "Wangero Leewanika Kemanjo." When her mother asked her why she didn't use her name anymore Wangero answered: "She's dead, I couldn't bear it any longer being

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    Colin McGinn's The Mysterious Flame

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    Early in The Mysterious Flame, (1)., philosopher Colin McGinn's breezy but provocative discussion of the relationship between consciousness and the brain, McGinn presents a telling vignette from a science fiction story in which aliens are discussing their observations of humans: "These creatures are the only sentient race in the sector and they're made out of meat. . . .They're meat all the way through." "No brain?" "Oh, there is a brain all right. It's just that the brain is made out of meat

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    Flame Test Lab Report

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    Discussion Questions 1. Is a flame test a good way of distinguishing (telling the difference) between different solutions? Discuss your answer. A flame test can be a good way of distinguishing between different solutions because each element will produce a different colour. Therefore, we are able to tell the difference between these certain solutions. For instance, when copper nitrate interacted with the flame, it produced a pale green colour while the other solutions created a different colour

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    Being a part of a group of children having to adapt after being trapped on a island with no surrounding civilization is an unimaginable situation. However, William Golding shows just how terrifying it can be in his novel, Lord Of The Flies, by his use of symbols to represent hardships. The main symbols, which best portrays characteristics are the fire and the conch; symbols leadership and confidence. Ralph feels the need to create a better place as he attempts to get everyone home. Although he is

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    Flame Synthesis

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    that was given to the group caused a different chemical reaction when it was mixed with the flame, the reaction that occurred caused the spectrum of the flame to change, resulting in the change of color of the flame. the colors ranged from hot pink to bright green. Although each different element caused a different reaction, some of the flames ended up being similar but different colors. Each different flame had a different spectrum of colors that created the color that are visible to the human eye

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    Faith in Flames

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    night in camp, that turned my life into one long night seven times sealed. Never shall I forget that smoke. Never shall I forget the small faces of the children whose bodies I saw transformed into smoke under a silent sky. Never shall I forget those flames that consumed my faith forever. Never shall I forget the nocturnal silence that deprived me for all eternity of the desire to live. Never shall I forget those moments that murdered my God and my soul and turned my dreams to ashes. Never shall I forget

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    Flame Keeper

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    The Department of Law and Justice was located on the edge of the Community. The rushing river paired with sheer distance ensured that a general citizen would never hear more than the unusual ‘click’ of the door latching closed. Every day, the legal disputes and affairs of the Community were deftly handled within the rigid slate walls of the somber building. Inside, the fastidious members of the staff, every one of whom had been carefully assigned to their jobs at their respective Ceremonies of

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    The Crimson Flame

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    story The Crimson Flame by Franklin W. Dixon starts with Frank and Joe Hardy in a New York City subway station. They see a man in a western outfit being followed, and start to investigate out of curiosity. After following the two for a while, the second man jumps the man in the western outfit. The boys fight off the second man, and help the western man. He introduces himself as Alfred McVay, an Arizonan rancher. He explains that he had just purchased a giant ruby called the Crimson Flame at a jewel auction

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    The Flame of Hope

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    The Flame of Hope All at once, a blast reverberated off the walls, knocking debris from the ceiling. Screams were heard immediately after, fearing that would be the decisive one. The bomb that would bury us alive. The lights flickered once, twice, then darkness engulfed the population. The last six days have been spent in a concrete bunker, hundreds of feet below the desolate ground. Terror struck us in every waking moment; nightmares haunted us throughout the night. Of course we were frightened:

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