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    Table 1 shows the mass of young, old and freeze-damaged potato tubers before and after being incubated in sucrose solutions of different concentrations for 45 minutes. For young potato tubers, the mass increased after being incubated in solutions with concentrations of 0.15M, 0.20M and 0.25M, while the mass decreased after being incubated in solutions with concentrations of 0.30M, 0.35M and 0.50M. For old potato tubers, the mass increased after being incubated in solutions with concentrations of

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    Introduction Erika Harrell, a Bureau of Justice Labor Statistics Statistician, wrote a report in 2014, 15% of people will experience some form of identity theft in their lives. That means over 36 million people will be targeted by a form of identity theft. Harrell later states, “An estimated 36% of identity theft victims reported moderate or severe emotional distress as a result of the incident” (Harrell). Extreme emotional distress, such as what is seen in identity theft, is harmful to people,

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    peri-glacial. The dominant process is that of freeze thaw weathering, which occurs due to fluctuations in temperatures around 0°C, these fluctuations can occur periodically in seasons, or variations between day and night variations. Freeze thaw is concerned with the fact that as water freezes, it expands by 9% exerting pressures of up to 2100kg/cm3 on the rock and that most rocks can only withstand pressures up to 210kg/cm3, the splitting of the rock by freeze thaw action is known as congelifraction

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    Rebellion in Drama

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    technique and so put a freeze frame at this point, then a flashback to when I as the teacher was a teenager in the 1960's, in a protest against cutting down trees. This brought irony to the piece, as it showed the person who was against the rebellion was once a rebel herself. I think this piece went well, even thought we never performed it to the class, because when we were practicing the characters seemed real and not too 'over-the-top', we chose a good moment for the freeze frame as it was

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    Observation Assignment at a Park

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    Observation Assignment at a Park Hayden Park was an interesting place for a Freeze-Frame assignment. For those who have not heard of a Freeze-Frame, it is simply sitting in one spot for 15 to 20 minutes observing ones surroundings. So to continue, at first glance, Hayden Park is a typical Valley of the Sun type park. Most of these typical parks have grass, picnic tables, some trees, and usually some sort of sports availability such as a basketball court or soccer field, or both. In addition

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    Dramatic and Literary Depictions of War Stimulus text one: part A - poem ‘Dulce et Decorum Est’ by Wilfred Owen Mr. Devine opened up our exam to revel that the theme would be war. The class was split into three groups and each group was given the poem ‘Dulce et Decorum Est’ as the first stimulus. We were asked to read it and discuss in our groups what we thought of the poem and how it portrayed war. At first we thought that the poem would have a positive opinion because of the title

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    and the Maidan' and 'They Dance Alone' RESPONDING The strategies that we have used in Death and Maiden, 1984 and They Dance Alone are cross-cutting, non-verbal means role play and freeze frame. We used cross-cutting in Death and Maiden, non-verbal means in They Dance Alone, role play in 1984 and freeze frames in most of the performances. Cross-cutting is a technique used especially in filmmaking in which shots of two or more separate, usually concurrent scenes are interwoven; it can

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    Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze inherited when he arrived in Oxford wasn’t what you would describe as deep or even comparable with the top schools in the SEC. However, with each signing class and each high-profile recruit the Rebels are closer to being considered one of the elite rosters in college football. Freeze has quickly built a reputation as one of the top young coaches in college football. Despite taking over a team that finished 2-10 the season before, Freeze led the Rebels to 7 wins including

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    with “Morrie, Him?” Right here is when the frame freezes and Henry does a voice over. There is also a freeze frame in The Wolf Of Wall Street, with the hectic image of Leonardo Decaprio in a crazy crowd of people. Now it is worth noting that that freeze frames themselves are not what make the scenes good. It is because of the smooth transitions into the next scene from the freeze frame that makes these scenes effective. Some movies try the freeze frame effect and it is nothing but corny, and it is

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    Introduction: Colligative Properties:Properties that depend on the concentration of solute molecules or ions. Colligative properties include vapor pressure, boiling point and freezing point. The strongest of these forces is ionic followed by polar and nonpolar, which is the weakest. The stronger the intermolecular forces the higher the boiling point and the weaker the intermolecular forces the higher the melting point. An example in the real world of this effect is pure NaCl’s boiling point which

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