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    River Of Names

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    “River of Names'; is part of a collection of short stories in the book Trash published in 1988, written by Dorothy Allison. It is the basis for the later novel Bastard out of Carolina. In her powerful writing, Allison draws on her own harrowing childhood in 1950s Greenville, South Carolina: the stigma of growing up a bastard, the shame and pride she felt toward her family, and her association with her stepfather who beat and molested her. “In this story, “River of Names,'; Allison writes

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    are the “blackest” names a person could have (Levitt and Dubner 169-170). The whitest names are Jake, Connor, Tanner, Wyatt, Molly, Amy, Katie, and Madeline. This starkly demonstrates that black and white parents name their children differently (Levitt and Dubner 168-169). Additionally more black boys have names that are unique in society than white boys do (Fryer and Levitt 776). These cultural variations raise questions that stem from why and what does it mean? Will a name change the outcome

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    Unified Theory of Names ABSTRACT: Theoreticians of names are currently split into two camps: Fregean and Millian. Fregean theorists hold that names have referent-determining senses that account for such facts as the change of content with the substitution of co-referential names and the meaningfulness of names without bearers. Their enduring problem has been to state these senses. Millian theorists deny that names have senses and take courage from Kripke's arguments that names are rigid designators

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    What's In a Name?

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    What’s In A Name? In Toni Morrison’s Song of Solomon, readers are taught how names are used as a way for African American’s to connect to their past and as a way to unshackle themselves from the marks and continued effects that slavery has on their race. The Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison brings us along a journey with Milkman Dead, the grandson of a former slave, to uncover his family history. Along the way Milkman uses a road map that’s made up of significant names that helps him to work

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    One of the leaders and important man of the town is Mr. Summers.  Summer is a  season of the year.  It is the season of growing, the season of life.  His name  represents partly the old pagan fertility ritual because the harvest that is being sacrificed to is being grown in the summer.  This is supposedly, according to Old Man Warner, what the lottery held each year was all about.  But, in this case, the harvest should be fine because the setting of the story tells us that “the flowers were blossoming

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    Essay on Names in The Odyssey and The Bible

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    Importance of Names in The Odyssey and The Bible Two of the most widely studied ancient works are Homer’s Odyssey and the book of Genesis from the Bible.  Each of these texts provides a unique viewpoint of an early civilization.  In both of the texts, one can learn not only stories about great heroes, but also about the way that these peoples lived and what they believed.  Many interesting parallels can be drawn between the two developing societies shown in the Odyssey and the book of Genesis

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    Names in "A Pair of Tickets" In Amy Tan's "A Pair of Tickets" (the last chapter of The Joy Luck Club), the understanding of the importance of names is the key to truly apprehend a sacred relationship between mother ("Suyuen") and daughters (June or "Jing-Mei", "Chwun Yu" and "Chwun Hwa"). To understand the story as a whole, it is necessary for us to know the meanings of their names. The mother and daughters' names each bears its individual meaning, but all these names are indeed "intertwined"

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    Essay on Names in Song of Solomon

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    The Importance of Names in Song of Solomon Abstract:  In Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon, names have great implication.  Language is extremely personal and deeply rooted in culture.  Names are an integral part of language, and they help to establish identity, define personality, and show ownership through formal and informal usage. " 'Tis but thy name that is my enemy; / Thou art thyself, though not a Montague. / What's Montague? it is nor hand, nor foot, / Nor arm, nor face, nor any

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    Domain Names

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    Domain Names What is a “domain name”? Domain names are the addresses of the Internet, like www.amazon.com or ry.byu.edu. A domain name is part of a URL or “Universal Resource Locator;” an Internet Address. Each user on the Internet is identified by a unique IP address, consisting of four bytes (or 32 bits) from 0 to 255 separated by periods, such as 132.112.15.254. To avoid remembering such an unwieldy address, a domain name is used instead. When you type a domain name into your browser

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    “How bike names are classified as quality.” Freestyle biking is the best sport in the world. I love riding my bike and I love buying new parts for my bike. I really don’t want to go out and buy bike parts that everybody likes and then when I get it come to find out they suck. I buy bike parts for myself and for nobody else’s pleasure. There are many different kinds of bikes from Atomic bike co. to we the people bike co. There are different bikes for different people, such as the we the people

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