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    The Knife

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    for the day, and I went to go whittle on the roof of the garage. I went into the garage and got my filet knife out of my tackle box. Then went around to the back, climbed the fence, and got onto the roof. I had done this several times before and liked this place because it was serene and peaceful. I took a branch off the great oak tree that stood before me and began carving. Suddenly, the knife slipped off the fresh, smooth, moist wood and sliced into my leg for what seemed like an eternity. It hurt

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    The Knife

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    The knife Everybody has read a horror story before at some point, but a story from Alfred Hitchcock is different because at the end he leaves the reader thinking what has happened. In "The Knife" he uses Plot, Setting, and Conflict to do just this. Edward Dawes and Herbert Smithers are just two friends having a drink with each other, but one of them has a knife that was found in a nearby sewer drain. Herbert is cleaning it widly as if he was possesed

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    Under the Knife

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    Under the Knife It is a truth universally acknowledged that weird things happen at hospitals. From the moment the automatic doors open, you are enveloped in a different world. A world of beeps, beepers, humming radiators, humming nurses, ID badges, IV bags, gift shops, shift stops, PNs, PAs, MDs, and RNs. Simply being in a hospital usually means you are experiencing a crisis of some sort. Naturally, this association makes people wary. However, I have had the unusual experience of being in a hospital

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    Choosing the Best Folding Knife Many people firmly believe that you should never go anywhere without a handy folding knife. There's not doubt that folding knives can be extremely useful in both emergency situations and everyday occurrences, but you will need to know how to choose the best folding knife for your needs in order to ensure that it has durability, usability, a sharp blade and more. How Many Blades or Optional Tools? Knives some in so many styles, designs and types today that it can

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    Roman Polanski's Knife in the Water

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    Roman Polanski uses the camera throughout his film Knife in the Water to represent the numerous differences between the characters and specifically how he wanted them to be portrayed. Polanski uses the camera to bring the audience directly into the tense, energetic, and insightful nature of his scenes. Through these characteristics he is able to display these characters as dysfunctional, maybe even touching on similarities to many humans in society. Because of this, Polanski found great success in

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    Designing a Craft Knife

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    design a craft knife that had to meet these qualifications: • Safety • Ergonomically pleasing • Aesthetically pleasing • Same or better functionality as other craft knifes in target market My final design met all of these requirements and perhaps even surpassed them. My target market was people of the age 13+. This is a very large target market and the variety between each knife is different. The main problem with this field is getting an ergonomic feel for the target market. The knife had to feel

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    UNDER THE KNIFE OF SPONDYLOLISTHESIS Imagine you are sitting in a doctor’s office waiting for a report on your condition. Your symptoms are pain that spreads across your lower back that doesn’t go away, spasms that stiffen the back and tighten the hamstrings, and numbness in the lower extremities. Upon examination and after x-rays, the doctor sits down in the room and tells you of a condition you have called spondylolisthesis. Spondylolisthesis.....??? What is that.....??? Spondylolisthesis is

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    People want a good folding knife for various reasons. Some people want to use it as a handy tool for every day use, others want to use it outdoors for hunting and camping, others want to have it for emergency purposes, but a common reason that people buy knives is to use them for self-defense and survival. For this purpose, you'll need a strong and reliable tactical folding knife. Since the word “tactical” seems to get thrown around quite often when it comes to knives and there are so many knives

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    Pocket Knife Analysis

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    Choosing Your Edge – How to Buy a Pocket Knife 1. Introduction to Pocket Knives Pocket knives, and knives in general, are the most important every day tool. Whether for making food or saving lives, pocket knives are indispensible and should be chosen based on tasks that you most expect to do with them. But there are so many choices of pockets knives! What type of a blade do you need? What length of blade is good for your application? What is the difference between all of the handle materials? What

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    Religious Themes in Roman Polanski's A Knife In The Water and Rosemary’s Baby Roman Polanski incorporated religious themes into his films, “A Knife In The Water” (Poland 1962) and “Rosemary’s Baby” (U.S. 1968). “ A Knife In The Water” contains some Christian imagery that is not incorporated into the plot or theme of the film. In contrast, the central theme of “Rosemary’s Baby” is religion. I believe this difference illustrates the fact that Polanski desired to make a radical religious film but was

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