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    Jan Steen’s Self Portrait in “The Continence of Scipio” as a Social Commentary There is a tremendous difference between a fool and a jester. Fools are regarded as light-hearted, dim-witted, and absent-minded people whose outrageous stupidity amused the rest of the population. These jovial folk represented the lowest in society: too carefree to get ahead in society and too stupid to care. Many people believed that Jan Steen, a prominent and well-educated artist of the Dutch Golden Age, was a fool

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    The delicate details that may be missed by a digital image are easily caught by the human eye. The proper way to view a Rembrandt is in the flesh; the difference is amazing. Born in Leiden, Netherlands, Rembrandt was the son of a miller and a baker’s daughter. Unsatisfied with life at the University of Leiden, Rembrandt left school to pursue painting. He studied under Pieter Lastman who introduced the young painter to the works of Italian masters, particularly Caravaggio. Even though Rembrandt

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    Rejection to the Proposal of Mr. Clotter John Ko Is generalised Genetic Screening for Factor V Leiden Necessary? =============================================================== Genetic screening has no doubt have been the one of the most controversial issue in the branch of medicine. The new issue has recently triggered the on-going debate: the dilemma of whether the Government should allow the Genetic screening of all 16 year old girls for mutation in specific gene called the

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    Rembrandt: Master Etcher and Painter

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    Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, born July 15,1606, in Leiden, Netherlands was the son of a miller. Rembrandts parents had 10 children two of which had died in infancy. Rembrandt was the 8th child of the family. During the early years of Rembrandts life, he studied at a Latin School. At the young age of 14, Rembrandt registered at the University of Leiden. From the University, Rembrandt departed to study art. Jacob van Swanenburgh, a local master in Leiden, was the first of Rembrandts two masters with whom

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    Rembrandt a Religious Painter

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    net/shnyves/Art_in_Meditation.html ) Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn was born on July 15 of the year 1606 in the university city of Leiden. His family was Catholic although his father was the only member of his family who converted from Catholicism to Calvinism in the late 16th century. His parents had 9 children, Rembrandt being the second youngest. “At the age of seven, he was sent to the Leiden Latin School to prepare for the university… as his brothers were sent out to learn a trade. This suggests that at an

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    Nothing which is harmonized by the bond of the Muse can be changed from its own to another language without destroying its sweetness – Dante Alighieri The main concern of translation is always to provide the very essence of the source text to the target language, which unfortunately is not fulfilled very often. If a translation should occur without destroying the sweetness of the text, it requires lot of hard work, expertise, patience and knowledge about the social settings, cultural significance

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    financial difficulties and other trouble. The first part of his career and early life was primarily uneventful. He was born in the Netherlands on the fifteenth of July in sixteen-hundred and six (biography.com). His education began in a Latin school in Leiden. Gary Schwartz asserts in his “The Rembrandt Book” His par... ... middle of paper ... ... G. Rembrandt: The Complete Etchings. New York: H.N. Abrams, 1963. Print. DeWitt, Lloyd. Rembrandt and the Face of Jesus. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum

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    Analysis Of Rembrandt

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    Rembrant Harmenszoon van Rijn Was born in Leiden , Dutch Republic also known today as the Netherlands on July 15th 1669 . He was born into a fairly good family , thus meaning both his parents had jobs ; not only that but he was also the 9th child born into the family which in that time was a normal thing to have more children . Having more children made the families feel like royalty and also because infant mortality rate was so high more families tended to have more children . Rembrandt as a young

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    Figure 1 shows the family genogram. S.S. has one sister, with both grandparents deceased on his paternal side, and one grandparent deceased on his maternal side. S.S.’s parents are both living. He has two paternal aunts, five maternal aunts, and one maternal uncle. The squares gray represent by Males and the gray circles represent Females. The blue square represents S. S. and the white circle represents his spouse, K. S.. The red lines represent people that are deceased. Yellow boxes represent family

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    File Transfer Protocol: A White Paper

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    Historically, Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) addresses have used a 32-bit addressing scheme, whereas IPv6 uses a 128-bit addressing scheme. As the world converts from IPv4 to IPv6, th... ... middle of paper ... ...y with the added security (Leiden 2009). Works Cited Allman, M., Ostermann, S., and C. Metz. "FTP Extensions for IPv6 and NATs", RFC 2428. September 1998. Clark, Martin P.. Data Networks, IP, and the Internet: Protocols, design, and operation. Chichester, West Sussex, England:

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