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    The Jewelry We Wear

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    The Jewelry We Wear Our tastes in jewelry are often fostered by our heritage, cultural background and ethnicity. Many of the unique pieces we see people wearing today steam from old cultural and ethnic roots. African and Asian influences are two prominent styles that often float in and out of popular culture and fashion as trends and style change. Usually found in silver jewelry, Celtic design is beautiful for its simple elegance. Basic lines come together to form elaborate designs. Celtic designs

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    The History of Jewelry

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    Have you ever thought to yourself where jewelry began? People use jewelry every day. It’s a way to accessorize yourself and make you stand out from other people. People even use jewelry to show that they have money. But how did jewelry begin? Actually people used jewelry in the time of 1b.c. and before. It wasn’t like it is today but it was still jewelry. The history of jewelry is very interesting. In this paper I will tell you the history of jewelry through the eyes of many different cultures and

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    diamond industry

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    diamonds from mines across the world. The diamond market is influenced by mine production, rough diamond distribution, preparation/cutting, and retail markets. The project will be concentrating on the retail markets for diamonds and other high end jewelry. Jewelry purchases are highly discretionary because they are heavily affected by adverse trends in the general economy and are measured by disposable consumer income. The first half of fiscal 2003 can be described with a lackluster economy, lower consumer

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    Bead Bar Sytem

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    PayPal and electronic checks for when a customer buys jewelry. The e – business will help to pay bill online and this will make ordering new beads and other supplies easier. The bead bar will be able to send out a newsletter via email. They can create a customer notification page so when the bead bar gets new jewelry, they can notify the customers. The Bead bar can show customers that can access their online store, different designs of jewelry. Planning has to be done before anything else can be

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    Tattoos vs. Body Piercings Your 18th birthday is one of the most important birthdays. You are finally of legal age to get a tattoo or a body piercing. The difficult question you now face is which one do you choose? You would love either, so the decision is mainly based on the expense, aftercare, permanence, and the pain of each. Both are great ways of self-expression but body piercing is an overall better idea. The aftercare of a tattoo is complex for the first couple of weeks. The tattoo cannot

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    Body Piercing 101

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    of the ways that describes one’s own unique symbols, values, and meanings. One other signifier of identity is body piercing. Body piercing is a form of body modification, in which you puncture a hole in a part of your body and insert some kind of jewelry in the wound to keep it from closing. Body piercing has been a way for people to express themselves for many centuries. For some, it may be a fad, religious ritual, aesthetic or just to be “in”. Below I would explain, the diversity among the way people

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    types of wear, fancy meals, banquets, and most of all, jewelry. One day her husband came back from his work with a letter inviting them to a banquet. She tossed the letter and started sobbing. She didn’t have a suitable dress to wear for the banquet. All day at her house she wore the same clothes over and over. Then her husband gave her his rifle money he has been saving up for a while. Then she came up with another excuse. She had no jewelry. Her husband first suggested that she bought some roses

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    The Story Behind the Nazi Gold Nazi Gold: Hard currency looted from treasuries of countries occupied by the Axis powers during World War II. Ingots consisting of gold melted down from the teeth of murder victims and weddings bands and jewelry. About two thirds of an estimated $660 million ($7.8 billion in today's dollars) in stolen Nazi gold passed through Switzerland during the war. And like any sharp businessmen with hot goods, the Swiss disposed of much of their gold quickly - through Portugal

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    a risk of getting the jewelry pulled out of their skin if they rough-house too much or if they aren't careful.  However, I feel that the student can make that decision on their own. My side of things varies greatly from theirs.  I feel that the decision should remain completely up to the student with the piercing.  I also think that the students have the right to decided if the ring or jewelry interferes with their education.  Personally, I don't feel that anyone's jewelry interferes with my own

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    literature, insights into characters, places, and events are often communicated to the reader by symbolic references within the text. This is the case in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. In this Medieval romance, the colors and textures of fabrics and jewelry are used heavily by the poet not only as a descriptive tool, but also to give the reader information about the characters’ personalities and roles within the story. The narrative opens with a holiday feast in King Arthur’s court. The richness of this

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