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    To a person not conversant with this art, Jujitsu may be considered as a foul or derogatory term in Japanese. However, Jujitsu us one of the most effective and deadly forms of martial arts taught today. Unique among other forms of combat, Jujitsu holds the position of a “parent art”, of from which other forms of martial arts such as Aikido, Judo and several Karate styles were extracted. Jujitsu is a combination of all levels of combat. It incorporates chokes, striking, grappling, nerve and pressure

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    Raymond Kroc

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    make it to Europe, however, because the war ended too soon. After the war he became a piano player. In 1922 he had also become a salesman for the Lily Tulip Cup Co. While a salesman he was quoted as saying, "The definition of salesmanship is the gentle art of letting people have it your way". However, the beginning of his success was when he met Earl Prince. Earl Prince had invented a multi-mixer. Kroc figured the machine was good enough to be sold and used elsewhere. So in the early 1950's he got

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    The Gentle Art of Web Pages For the last millennium, adventurous souls have been accessing new and unfamiliar frontiers in search of adventure and a taste of the exotic. The last decade ushered in with it an appeal to the more intrepid members of this small group of people: The Internet. Access to this particular medium has hit an all-time high in the 1990's, and every tekkie has his own celebration of self occupying space on it. However, not all of the sites on the Internet are shameless celebrations

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    The piece of art that I chose from the Marvella Bloome Art Exhibition in the Waldorf Gallery is entitled “Love”. I chose this piece because it stood out to me in an emotionally way, along with the perspective and placement of the hands that looked so gentle and warm on the eyes. I see both straight and curved lines created to outline the hands and to add realistic detail to them, as well as only curved likes added in the design in the background. There are very few colors in this watercolor painting

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    such a word, art comes from life. I also thought that writing should restore the truth of life. But loyalty to restore the story of ordinary life has never been an appealing story. The story can not be equated with reality. People want to get from the story, not reality, but unrealistic things. Our life is always as pleasant as possible, said nice and harmonious words, and almost every character in the film a mouth a son satirical tone, can not wait to deepen the contradiction. The gentle gentleman

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    entire Cubist movement alongside Georges Braque. This Spanish born painter took modern art by a storm because of his distinct style and eye for artistic creation. No other artist prior to Picasso, had such an impact on the art world, or had the number of fans and critics as he did. Picasso was born in Malaga, Spain on October 25, 1881. His father, Don Jose Ruiz, like his son was a painter and professor of art. Don Jose was impressed by his son’s drawings at an early age, and his mother one time

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    Symbolist Movement

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    in art from period of Symbolism. Symbolism was an art movement originated in late nineteenth century in France as reaction to Realism and Impressionism. The leading focus of Symbolism was to “Aesthetics. Also called philosophy of art. Roughly, that branch of philosophy concerned with the creation, value and experience of art and the analysis and solution of problems relating to these. The primary topic is the appreciation of art, and major problems centre on what makes something a work of art” (A

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    Over the years, art has transformed. In the past art was a form of documentations and recordings. Art and its form in today’s culture can be represented in many ways, birthed from artists as they express through their emotions and their perception of things. The transformation has changed drastically, bringing art form to a rather complex and intricate representation. As to a correct definition of what art is, it is impossible to simplify the term, Art. Today, as we study the philosophical ideas

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    When my wife and I first arrived at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville (MOCA) I honestly had no idea what to expect. I had been to the Cummer Museum, but never here and I wasn't sure what to expect or what piece of art I was going to write my paper on. I thought I might want to do my paper on a sculpture because I tend to like that kind of art, but I wasn't sure. I figured we would walk around and whatever spoke to me the loudest would be what I wrote my paper on. I hadn't expected to

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    aspects in Books II, III, and X including: art, literature, and music. These aspects play a huge part in the building of the “ideal city”. Plato includes what can and cannot be used and what is good and what is bad for the city. While building the city, everything is broken down and analyzed by Plato. Art as an imitation of real things, three types of imitation, the types of literature, art, and music allowed and not allowed in the city, and the impact of art on the people of the city will all be analyzed

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