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    Permutation of Letters

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    Permutation of Letters EMMA is investigating the amount of different arrangements of letters in her name; she does the same with her friend LUCY. LUCY has twice as many arrangements as EMMA, they are curious as to why this is and decide to investigate other names and find reasons for their answers. EMMA - emma, eamm, emam, aemm, amme, amem, meam, maem, mame, mema, mmea, mmea, LUCY - lucy, luyc, lycu, lyuc, lcyu, lcuy, ulcy, ulyc, uylc,

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    Arranging Letters

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    Arranging Letters Firstly we arrange EMMA's Name. 1)EAMM 7)MAEM 2)EMAM 8)MAME 3)MEMA 9)AMME 4)MEAM 10)AEMM 5)MMEA 11)AMEM 6)MMAE 12)EMMA . . Secondly we arrange Lucy's name. 1)Lucy 12)Cyul 22)Yulc 2)Luyc 13)Culy 23)Ycul 4)Lycu 14)Culy 24)Yluc 5)Lcuy 15)Cylu 25)Ucyl 6)Lcyu 16)Clyu 7)Ulcy 17)Cuyl 8)Ucly 18)Yluc 9)Uycl 19)Yucl 10)Ulyc 20)Yclu 11)Uylc 21)Ylcu From these 2 investigation I worked out a method, To Use My Method I Preferred

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    business letters

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    The story behind the letter below is that there is this guy in > Newport, RI named Scott Williams who digs things out of his backyard > and sends the stuff he finds to the Smithsonian Institute, labeling > them with scientific names, insisting that they are actual > archaeological finds. This guy really exists and does this in his > spare time. Here's the actual response from the Smithsonian Institution to > one such find. So, the next time you are challenged to respond in >writing..... > ____________________________________________________

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    Letters For History

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    March 7, 1774 Dear Madi, I haven't written to you since before the "tea party". Man was that a sight! Tea was all over the harbor! You could probably scoop it up in a cup and drink it. It was a great show of rebellion to the British taxing us on everything we touched. However, due to the Boston Tea Party Britain is starting to crack a whip on us. Now to keep us in line they are creating something called the Coercive Acts. More like the "Intolerable Acts". Man, they are doing everything in their

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    Letters From A Skeptic

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    his father, he felt the Holy Spirit leading him to go one more mile. That last mile ended up in his father accepting Jesus as his personal Lord and Savior, and thus resulted in the publishing of their correspondence. It all started with the first letter from Gregory when his father was 70 years old. Gregory simply asked his father if he would take part in talking through some of the issues he had with Christianity. Edward agreed and so the journey began. Much to the surprise of Gregory, his father

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    An interesting short story is "Letters from The Samantha" by Mark Helpin. This story tells the fascinating tale, in the form of never sent letters, of an ape brought aboard an iron-hulled sailing ship in 1909 by Samson Low, the ship’s captain. Although the author makes a point to tell the reader, through Samson Low, that the animal does not symbolize anything or mean anything, in fact, "He stands for nothing" (280), several arguments can be made to contradict this. One could argue

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    Letters Home

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    Letters Home The vid screen is dark and ominous, as if it holds secrets that is not for the likes of men to know. John Poldeck, a middle aged, balding man of forty-eight steps forward toward screen and console to activate the beast, this oracle of silicon, plastic, and glass. Today John is hoping for word of his son Kirk, of whom nothing had been heard of since he left for UNDF Marine Corps training at Camp Lejune, South Carolina, a beacon for the phony tough and crazy brave looking for ill

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    Throughout the novel The Scarlet Letter there are many symbols. One of the biggest symbols of the novel is the scarlet letter A that Hester Prynne is sentenced to wear after she commits adultery. It is a symbol that is sewn onto her clothes for everyone to see. It is a punishment that is meant to humiliate her for the duration of the time that she stays in Puritanical Boston. During the novel, the scarlet letter changes and evolves from meaning adultery to meaning ability and even physically changes

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    The Scarlet Letter: The Significance of the Letter Adultery has been around almost as long as people. It has maintained a harsh punishment, from banishment to death, but in the Puritan world of colonial America (from about 1620-1640), its punishment may have been worse than either. In The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, Hester Prynne is a lonely Puritan woman who commits infidelity with a preacher and has a son from the untruthful union. To punish her for this act, the council of leaders

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    Permutations of a Four Letter Word In this piece of coursework my initial aim is to investigate how many different combinations there are for four letters (e.g. ABCD), I also intend to develop this to investigate the way in which by altering the letters to form other kinds of combinations (e.g. ABCC or AAB) the number is affected. Once I have found the general formulae, I will apply these to harder situations and this is what I am aiming to do. I am trying to find the general formulae which

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    Letters vs. E-mail

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    Letters vs. E-mail: Communicating through Writing My grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins live in Ireland leaving oceans and expensive air fare separating us. Through pictures, stories, letters, and phone calls I have come to know the history of my family, what brought my mother to this country, and what a life in Ireland is like. However, over time these forms of communication were not strong and consistent enough to enable me to build an emotional connection and relationship with specific

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    Letters From A War Zone

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    "Letters from a War Zone" deals with the controversy between men and women banning pornography. In this essay there are many strong personal views on pornography and the brutality of women in porn. Men and women have been at war for many years because of this. I agree with banning pornography because pornography lures men into disrespecting women. This essay makes me angry because it shows another part of life that is really not acknowledged. It seems realistic to me because many women in

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    Investigating Different Arrangements of Letters of Words I will be investigating the different arrangements of letters of words, which don't have any identical letters in them and those that do. Then I will try and find a formula that can calculate the total arrangements of letters of any word, which does not have any identical letters in it. I will also try and find a formula to find the total arrangements of words, which have some identical letters in them. Firstly I will look at those

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    Types of Letters Invitation Letters An invitation letter may be formal or informal. While a formal letter may be written by universities inviting parents for graduation ceremonies, an informal letter may be written to invite someone for a social function. The content and presentation of any invitation letter reflect your refined attributes like courtesy and modesty. The format of the letter depends on the nature of the occasion and the person you are inviting. For example, a wedding invitation proposal

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    community’s ideals and attitude towards the representation. When the scarlet letter is first laid upon Hester’s bosom, it has an extremely negative connotation within her community, which is intended to represent her sin. As the plot progresses, the circumstances and the community in which the novel takes place evolves and the societal attitudes change. With the community’s development, the meaning of the embroidered letter changes to reflect society’s different expectations and values. This evolution

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    Letters of Love Now letter-Writing is, to me, the most agreeable Amusement: and Writing to you the most entertaining and Agreeable of all Letter-Writing. – John Adams And – then Sir if you please you may take me. – Abigail Smith Love is a deep feeling of profound passion and intimacy. The story between John and Abigail Adams is a warm and deeply moving love between two of America's most moving people. Their names are inseparably linked as those of any pair in history. The story of these

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    Symbolism of the Letter in The Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter includes many profound and important symbols.  This device of symbolism is portrayed well in the novel, especially through the scarlet letter "A".  The "A" is the best example because of the changes in the meaning throughout the novel.  In the beginning of the novel, the scarlet letter "A" is viewed as a symbol of sin. The middle of the novel is a transition period, where the scarlet letter "A" is viewed

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    Symbolism of the Scarlet Letter Authors sometimes use symbols in their novels to represent different objects, people or ideas.  One example is the S on Superman's uniform, which symbolizes him being supper.  In "The Scarlet Letter" Nathaniel Hawthorne creates the symbolism of the letter "A" to have different meanings.  As the novel unfolds, the meanings of the letter "A" on Hester Prynne's bosom changes, from adultery to able to angel. In the beginning of the novel

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    of “A” in The Scarlet Letter Six Works Cited     In Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter, the meaning of the letter "A" changes throughout the novel.  This change is significant as it indicates the personal growth of the characters as well as the enlightenment of the townspeople. When the novel begins, the letter "A" is a symbol of sin. As the story progresses the “A” slowly transforms to a symbol of Hester’s strength and ability.  By the end of the novel, the letter “A” has undergone a complete

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    Scarlet Letter

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    In the Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, Pearl serves as the “apple of Eden';. She is plucked from the hands of God in heaven and sent to the mortal world as a baby “to make out its [the scarlet letter’s] hidden import'; (155), causing Prynne and Dimmesdale to face their consequences. Pearl functions in the story on three levels: as a real child, as a continuing symbol of Prynne and Dimmesdale’s adultery, and as an allegorical figure sent to torment the sinners and direct

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