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    from the loss of his immediate family and wife. He directed his anger towards death because of it taking his family away. John felt death has won by taking his loved ones away, but didn’t see the internal damage that it caused him. In the primary lines, he concentrates on the subject gathering of people of this lyric. Through embodiment, he makes a character

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    A Mad Girl’s Love Song In Sylvia Plath’s poem “A Mad Girl’s Love Song”, it is hard to determine whether the speaker is mad or going mad. Plath along with all women in this time period were defined by their relationship to a man. When a woman was abandoned by her beloved it was Earth-shattering, as it still can be for many women today. Before the reader even gets into the poem itself the speaker is already described as “mad” and this word has multiple connotations. This forces the reader to ask

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    Exploring Seismology

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    ===================================================================================== A seismometer records the vibrations from earthquakes. Mechanical versions work by way of a large mass, freely suspended. In the example on the left, a rotating drum records a red line on a sheet of paper. If the earth moves (in this case from left to right) the whole machine will vibrate too. However, the large mass tends to stay still, so the drum shakes beneath the pen, recording a squiggle! The confiner prevents the mass

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    means we have to give approximate answers. Graphs, like the one seen below, cannot be solved algebraically and have to be solved some other way. Here we can see a zoomed in version of the graph which clearly shows the 3 roots that we want to find, the places where the red line cuts the x-axis, but none are exact values, making the equation of the cubic almost impossible to factorise. [IMAGE] So, how can we solve these graphs to any degree of accuracy, and in the most efficient way possible

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    The Impact of OPEC on the World Economy

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    suppliers come together and act like a monopoly, creating a shared monopoly between suppliers. It would help if one could envision a graphical representation of what a cartel or monopoly does in the market. In this graph the red line is demand, the green line is marginal cost, the blue line is marginal revenue and the turquoise striped box is the profit of the monopoly. Instead of producing at the equilibrium point that a perfect competitive market would lead you to, a monopoly will produce at the point

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    sequential gearboxes

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    a transmission works, and then can fully understand the advantages of a sequential gearbox. Manual Transmission Basics Cars or motorcycles need transmissions because of the physics of the gasoline engine. First of all any engine has a redline. A red line is the maximum rpm value above which the engine cannot go without blowing up and sending parts flying everywhere. Transmissions use gears and gear ratios to keep the engine running under its redline. Secondly, transmissions are needed in order to

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    Finding Patriotism

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    Finding Patriotism Taking my English writing instructor’s advice, one day during my lunch break from work; I went on a short trip to Faneuil Hall. This historical building blends in with other red brick buildings in Boston. Therefore, you might pass it by, if it were not for the painted red line representing the Freedom Trail and a statue of Samuel Adams in the middle of the plaza. Before entering the building, one might compare this moment with, as Walker Percy says. "Seeing the canyon is

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    Written Music

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    signs, called neumes, showed the direction in which the melody should go. But they were still very vague. About 900 A.D. the music was made a little easier to read. The neumes were written at certain distances above or below the horizontal red line, representing the note F, to show how high or low...

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    Divergent, Al starts off in a circle of friends, however as the film progresses, the competition for a spot above the red line gets a little more intense. Al starts to fall behind, and Tris starts to make a comeback. This pushes Al lower on the board. Al begins to become an outcast as he drops to a lower spot on the board and he realizes that there is no way he will make it above the red line unless he does something about Tris. If Tris continues at the rate she is going she will bump Al out of dauntless

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    Boston, Massachusetts and Cambridge, Massachusetts across the Charles River. Named for a Love Poem I stood on the bridge at midnight, As the clocks were striking the hour, And the moon rose o’er the city, Behind the dark church-tower. These lines, in Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s 1845 famous poem The Bridge, describe a moment of his frequent journey across the Cambridge Bridge separating his home from that of his future wife, Fanny Appleton. Little did Longfellow know that these words, part

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