Koi Essays

  • Aesthetic Expression Of A Koi Fish

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    illustrates your example and/or provides more information. The creative work I examined was koi fish drawings and tattoos. There are many different type of koi fishes. Many people in Hawaii get tattoos of a koi fish. 2. What can we learn about Pacific Rim/Basin language and culture in this example of aesthetic expression? This example of aesthetic expression came from the country Japan. The koi fish was originated from there around the 1820’s. Japanese rice farmers kept them as food

  • Koi Fish Case Study

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    well because of the loss of food. As for the prey population, that will increase because not many things are eating it. My chosen organism for scenario 2 is the Koi fish. The predator of the Koi fish is the Snowy Egret. For prey, Koi fish prey on mosquito larvae. If the prey population (mosquito larvae) decreases, then my chosen organism (Koi), will also decrease due to the fact that the loss of food will affect the population. The predator population will also decrease because the loss of the prey

  • Dating Anxiety

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    Dating Anxiety Have you ever been really stressed about something? Think of the time when you have been the most stressed out. Multiply that to the 10th power and you have me before a date. It seems to me dating and stress are like salt and pepper; you almost never have one without the other. Endless anticipations flood your mind, making it almost impossible to keep a continuous train of thought. The worst thing about dating is that you get seriously stressed out for one lousy night. It’s enough

  • Creative Writing: The Choctaw Boy

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    All the children were prancing about, playing with friends, shooting squirrels with their little toy bows, and wrestling for the last bite of jerky. All but one child. That lonely little boy’s name was Koi. Koi never got to play with the other Choctaw boys, as he had to prepare to become chief. Koi looked at his father with his pleading icy blue eyes. “Pleeease Father?” The 9 year old boy begged. “Can I go play with the other boys and girls?” “For the last time, no!” Moshulatubbee bellowed, “You need

  • Characteristics Of The Honshu Island Of Japan

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    Japan since the ancient times, being eaten as one source of protein. Since koi can live in dirty environment, with such a long lifespan. However, when people realized that the beautiful colours of Koi can make money, people started to mate and create new species of Koi as merchandise. These koi were marketed to people especially foreigners who were interested in having them as a pet. Increasing demand of good quality koi created “Environmental and social pressure, particularly as a result of the

  • Edward Bloor Tangerine Analysis

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    thinks no one will believe him because of his glasses. On page 147 of the online book, the homeowners association are talking about who keeps stealing the koi from the pond, Mr. Costello says “We believe that some local person stole them and sold them”, then Paul says “I don’t believe that”, “Think about it. How could some local person, some koi thief from Tangerine, stop at the front of our development, in that wide-open space, without anyone seeing him? How could he fish for, catch, and drive away

  • Physiotherapist Case Study

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    Appendix 1: IDP Interview with Doctor Physiotherapist 29TH Jan’14 Hello my name is Nikita Kharbanda, I am a student of Amity University, I am pursuing masters in psychology, and I am doing a research on people in the medical profession. And I am here to interview Dr. S and Dr. A. Today is 29th of January and the time is 1:03 pm. We have three people in the room, sir maam and me. And I would be calling out a few important things that are, topic of my case study is “Professional journey of two couples

  • Yamashiro Restaurant Review

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    Yamashiro Restaurant Dave Thomas an American restaurateur and a philanthropist once said, “It all comes back to the basic. Serve customers the best-tasting food at a good value in a clean, comfortable restaurant, and they'll keep coming back.” (thomas). Everyone can agree on Dave Thomas, but I have a couple more criteria to add to his idea of a great successful restaurant. If I go out to eat I might as well pick a place that, though may be expensive, has scrumptious food because why bother going

  • Informative Essay On Pearl Harbor

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    Imagine walking along the shore, feeling the light breeze on your face, smelling the saltiness of the ocean and leaving your foot prints behind in the powdery white sand. The sun is rising behind you and you can’t wait to see what the rest of the day has in store for you. It feels so unreal, almost like you’re in a dream. You are walking on the sands of one of the most famous beaches. The Waikiki beach isn’t just your ordinary beach, located in Oahu, Hawaii; this beach has everything to keep you

  • Ethics And HR Violations In The Office

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    something they have control over. He calls out Oscar and tells everyone it's okay to make fun of him because he chose to be gay; on the other hand, it was not okay for Michael’s employees to make fun of him because he did not choose to fall in the Koi pond. He is concerned more about what others see in him rather than helping the situation. He is using his authority and displaying his authority as manager to persuade the others to think it’s okay if someone else gets made fun of but not

  • How Does Social Class Affect A Person's Identity?

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    In society people have been shaped around their identity, family views and identifying in a certain social class can impact a society through the influence it brings. In any culture, a person’s identity can be structured around their philosophies and impact other people as they express their views. Social class is a major part of a person’s identity, it can shape the way a person lives in a society. Family views also inflict decisions made, based on beliefs and expectations a parent can provide.

  • Total Margin Ratios In Healthcare

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    Total margin ratio It is a tool that measures an organization's overall profitability. It is very simple to calculate by using data that is readily available. It also enables comparison between large and small entities on equal playing grounds. Unfortunately, total margin ratio does not account for debts or investments; limiting its purpose in the analysis of an organization's fiscal health (Tamari, 1978). Formulae Total margin ratio = net income/ total revenues Net income is calculated to be

  • Maslow's Fishbowl

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    A koi fish placed into a fishbowl will only grow to what the bowl permits it. The fish will most likely only grow to be three inches in length; however, a koi fish placed into a pond will grow up to a foot in length. Like the fish, people have greater potential outside of their fish bowl or comfort zone. When leaving one’s comfort

  • The Ideal of a Man, the Ideal of a Woman of the Heian Court Based on the Tale of Genji

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    beautiful and young, good at taking care of children, and respectful to her husband. In fact, these characteristics of the ideal woman are already introduced in Chapter 1, by descriptions of Kiritsubo-no-Kōi and Fujitsubo. Before the reader reaches the end of the chapter, s/he will learn that Kiritsubo-no-Kōi is loyal to her husband and patient despite of other women’s harass... ... middle of paper ... ...t the story, Genji is a genuine individual. Apparently the people in the era were romanticists

  • Don't Be Too Quick to Judge

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    An array of beautiful red roses and lushes green grass with the typical white picket fences, oh how I dreamed it to be. I had researched the gardens extensively; I was so prepared to see the blossoming rose gardens, and the crystal clear streambed that cascaded throughout the gardens. Yet to my surprise the gardens were nothing of my expectations, and I was foolish to think in such a manner. I was extraordinarily disappointed, and the gardens looked as if they had been neglected for the past 10

  • Gender Inequality In South Korea Essay

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    South Korea has a long and interesting history of oppression and social stratification that has always been the center of controversy. The economic and political system have historically been ruled and invaded by surrounding countries. South Korea has since gained their independence back. The Republic of Korea is a strong, and willful country that continues to have prominence in global relations, and continues to strive for success; however, in spite of progress in many areas, there still is quite

  • Why Is The Vaquita Endangered

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    drowned. • Habitat alteration by the drastic reduction of fresh water. • Contamination of the water due to pollution. One of the main reasons why the Vaquita is endangered would be that humans are now leaving gillnets in the ocean hoping to catch koi and other marine life, however the Vaquita is

  • Edward Bloor Response

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    because he thought that him speaking the truth wouldn’t do him much good. He went with his mom and dad to the homeowners meeting because they wanted to talk about the major robberies. The homeowners were talking about who might have been taking the koi. They were suggesting that it was the Conclusion - Restate Thesis, Closing Thoughts In conclusion Edward Bloor wrote a message for the readers to write about. The “truth shall set you free” means that if you say the truth you will be free from all

  • Personal Narrative On The Beach

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    Bright tangerine colored koi fish make splashing sounds that are audible even from the road as they swim about in the pond. As I approach a thicket of dense green trees next to a quaint looking cottage, I begin to make out the merry chirpings of sparrows and robins as they glide

  • How Does The Dragon Turtle Influence Pop Culture

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    As the East Asian culture originated thousands of years ago, it still continues to thrive today and has expanded to many countries around the world. Through their mythology, religion, symbolism, and culture that has become quite popular, all of these aspects have influenced many other cultures as parts of East Asian society have been taken and transformed. However, East Asian societies are starting to dwindle as they are being taken over by other expansionists. As a result of the diminishing parts