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    Daucus carota - Origins and New Directions

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    Daucus carota - Origins and New Directions Daucus carota (carrots) are one of the more commonly used vegetables in the western world. A member of the parsley family (Umbelliferae) which includes caraway, celery, dill, and parsnips, the history of the carrot is somewhat obscure. The potential for enhancing the nutritional value and consumption of carrots, however, may be very promising. Carrots are high in beta-carotene, an anti-oxidant carotenoid that is the carotenoid compound most readily converted

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    President Clinton's “New Directions” Economic Plan In 1992, America was under economic distress and uncertainty as a country. America had experienced high unemployment, big deficits, high interest rates, low productivity gains and falling real wages for average Americans. After twelve years of national drift and economic decline, President Clinton charted a path to growth with the “New Directions” economic plan designed to create jobs, boost incomes, move our economy from consumption to investment

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    The New Zealand national security system has traditionally relied on a network of experienced practitioners who have, over time, developed good habits of cooperation and collaboration. New Zealand’s strategic focus now retains the best of a long-standing system while pointing the way forward to strengthen that system and position it to confront a more challenging range of demands and expectations. New Zealander’s expect a system which is able to understand, mitigate and respond effectively to the

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    New Directions Essay

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    decided to step off the road and cut me a new path"(par.3). This quote exemplifies Annie's mental strength to change her lifestyle which is extremely arduous to carry out. Since she had a scarce amount of money, a slight ability to read and add simple numbers and that she was a Negro with 2 toddling sons she didn't want to leave to anyone else's care, made her chances of getting a job meager. It was a superfluity of an onerous undertaking to “cut for yourself a new path"(par.11) in life, rather than following

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    This short story analysis will be on a story by Maya Angelo called New Directions. I think the theme of this story is that there is always alternatives if a plan doesn’t work out. If you’re not happy with where your life is leading you can always make a new path for yourself. The plot revolves around a woman named Annie Johnson. She lives in poverty and an unhappy marriage with two children. The couple later admit to each other that they aren’t happy together and Annie decides that she’s had enough

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    Renewable Energy: A New Direction

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    Abstract: Can the Quapaw Tribe Benefit from Renewable Resources? The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) finds low potential for wind and photovoltaic energy, with favorable potential for geothermal. While this is limiting in terms of options which are currently available it is also good for the Quapaw tribe as this means that there is an option available to the tribe. This entails that implantation of geothermal energy can be achieved successfully to mitigate energy cost. Introduction:

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    Lawrence Ferlinghettis Politics

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    Ferlinghetti has chosen to express his political views through his poetry. Additionally, Ferlinghetti became more vocal with the use of protests and further publication of controversial and/or anti-government materials through his publishing house, New Directions. By using poetry, Ferlinghetti was able to reach a vast audience including those whom he was criticizing. Through his poetry, Lawrence Ferlinghetti blatantly and subtly criticized the American democratic system and politicians. In 1957, Ferlinghetti

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    19th Century Theatre

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    The nineteenth century was a very important time in plays and playwrights throughout the world. Many playwrights were taking new directions in their plays and there were also many new playwrights taking their chances at writing great plays. Women were starting to make appearances also as playwrights in the theatre. In this paper I’m going to discuss some of the nineteenth century playwrights and what they did. Just as the eighteenth century was coming to an end, there were many political and social

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    A Humean Critique of Descartes

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    on the success of past designs and the results of empirical data. Descartes, on the other hand, would probably leave nothing unscathed after attacking the problem with reason, scrapping the existing roadmap and re-building roads with new foundations and new directions. This allegory underlines a central question of a Hume-Descartes comparison: if Hume’s road to knowledge needs improvement, does Descartes know where to start or where he is going? The following discussion of Descartes’ Discourse on

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    Human Nature/Cycles of Life and Escape and Adventure Throughout the life everyone goes through cycles of events that inevitably lead them to new directions in life. It leaves one wanting to explore a life greater than what he or she has. Such cycles can include the creation of new friendships, longing for love or lust, boredom or simply wanting something more from life. In the book Dubliners by James Joyce, stories of escape and adventure are clearly evident in "Araby" and "Eveline" and "The

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