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    Film Naming Conventions

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    Film Naming Conventions My filename convection is my initials and the initials of the document I have been working in E.G word WD. So if I wanted to save a file on the internet and I produced it in word it would save it as JMWDinternet. This is how I would save all of my documents in the school year, the reason for this is because you can then find all of your documents and other saved items, very quickly and simply. Backups: A backup is a is a file that has been saved in more

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    Naming Death A-I-D-S

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    Naming Death I was visiting a doctor in Kwazulu-Natal, the province hardest hit by AIDS, to see for myself the impact of AIDS in the region. The doctor was just finishing up with an elderly patient from a village. After I introduced myself and stated the purpose of my visit, she immediately leaned towards the woman and demanded, "Tell her, just tell her how many young people you've buried this week." The elderly woman softly replied, "Five funerals this Saturday. Every week about five

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    The Parabble of the Cave

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    subjected to the will of the executives at the TV networks and Music labels. The naming of objects was another hindrance, because it only caused prejudging and encouraged a closed mind. The bearers, and naming of objects make it harder to find our own truth, although it is not impossible. As Plato knew then, they exist in everyone’s lives. Humans have to travel from the visible realm of image making and object naming to the intelligible, invisible realm of reasoning and understanding. The “Parable

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    This essay will compare and contrast the way the following text types present the concept of Authority and the individual: Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury; Billy Budd, by Hermann Melville; Shawshank Redemption, by Hollywood Studios; And the poem Naming of parts by Henry Reed. It will discuss how symbolism, language of features, themes, and text form contributes to the way they present the idea of Authority and Individual. It will also discuss the state of Authority in that particular text type (for

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    canker in the fragrant rose, Doth spot the beauty of thy budding name! Oh, in what sweets dost thou thy sins enclose! That tongue that tells the story of thy days, Making lascivious comments on thy sport, Cannot dispraise but in a kind of praise. Naming thy name , blesses an ill report. Oh what a mansion have those vices got Which for thy habitation chose out thee, Where beauty's veil doth cover every blot And all things turns to fair that eyes can see! Take heed, dear heart, of this large privelege:

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    Power

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    person or a thing. By naming someone, or something, a person gains an unspoken ownership over him or her, they are now in control of him or her and it has created a new identity for them and erased their old identity. Power, naming and un-naming, control and ownership and identity are very important elements in “Mary” and “No Name Woman”. Both essays deal with power, identity, control and ownership, while “Mary” focuses more on naming and “No Name Woman” focuses on un-naming. One’s power and position

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    Margaret Wise Brown, 187). Leonard Marcus describes the book as "spoken in part in the voice of the provider, the good parent or guardian who can summon forth a secure, whole existence simply by naming particulars 'And it is partly spoken in the voice of a child, who takes possession of that world by naming the particulars all over again'" (187). Everything in the small rabbit's room is bid goodnight, from mush to the mouse that is seen in the picture. The book ends very slowly, as sleep falls upon

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    Naming Ceremony In Sikhism

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    Chen 5:30PM Word Count: 703 This paper is about the naming ceremony of Sikhism. Sikhism is the fifth largest religion in the world and its adherents believe there are certain ceremonies that pertain to merging with “god.” The naming ceremony, Nam Karan, is one such ceremony that Sikhs observe. Every Sikh is required to start any function, project, ceremony, or any other opening in life by performing Ardas (Sikh prayer).” (Birth and Naming of Child) In America, names are decided solely by the parents

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    This deduction made me think about the satirical nature of the naming of the characters. Which led me to muse on the chaotic nature of the naming. The apparent disdain for the characters by their naming seems to imply that the author is poking fun at the reader and society through the characters. The first character is Oedipa Maas and the reader cannot help but immediately think of Oedipus the King and the implications of that naming. As I read, I was on the alert for the characteristics of the

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    LaSalle

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    to travel west again, and he and Tonty proceeded with their party of French and indigenous peoples to the Mississippi, which they descended to the Gulf of Mexico in 1682, claiming all the land drained by the river for Louis XIV, king of France, and naming the region Louisiana. La Salle subsequently commenced construction of forts in the new territory. When Frontenac was recalled to France later in 1682, however, La Salle's rivals succeeded in turning the new governor against him. Journeying to France

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