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    Journey to a New Land

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    A Journey to a New Land My parents immigrated to Canada in 1990 to escape the tyranny of the Chinese government and to build a better life in Canada. After listening to their stories of hardships and frustrations, I realized how fortunate I was to be living in the country I now called home. When the day came to revisit my homeland, I felt uncertain and nervous. Would I fit in? Would I like it there? These were some of the concerns that were racing through my mind. But as the trip progressed, I

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    The Waste Land: A New Understanding The Waste Land, Eliot's first long philosophical poem, can now be read simply as it was written, as a poem of radical doubt and negation, urging that every human desire be stilled except the desire for self-surrender, for restraint, and for peace. Compared with the longing expressed in later poems for the "eyes" and the "birth," the "coming" and "the Lady" (in "The Hollow Men," the Ariel poems, and "Ash-Wednesday"), the hope held out in The Waste Land is a negative

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    A New Land

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    The news Headline, " A New World ", as I read through the newspaper I understand that a new land was found by explorers, a" insurmountable world" as they said, with different ideals and different structure , however not much detail is there, which leaves space for the imagination to kick in. I and my friend set down to discuss this new land and what new things it holds. And so we let our imagination fly off and set the rules and regulations to this new world, discussing all the aspects of society

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    Bienvenidos! Welcome to New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment. On this land in the southwestern region of the United States of America, you will be fascinated by the cultural amalgamation of Native American, Hispanic, and Mexican culture. And here you do not learn cultures in just museums; you get the chance to explore the landscape and meet people and make the experience truly YOURS. And it doesn’t matter if you don’t speak Spanish. New Mexico is divided into six different regions: The Northwest

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    certain agreements and ways they came to the New World to maintain land along with how it possibly changed the “New World”, now known as America, for the worst. A short background of how all of this even happened was due to King Charles II of England owing money to William Penn’s father because of a large loan he had with him. He gave it to William Penn because his father had already passed. He granted Penn a quite large piece of land west and south of New Jersey.The date of this offer was made on March

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    The Cow and the Smith

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    The voyage to the new land was one that had many hardships for almost anyone that went. When I think of whom I would go with there is only one person I would really want to go with: Àlvar Nùñez Cabeza de Vaca. On that same note there is one person I also would choose to not go with on the voyage to the new land with: John Smith. Àlvar Nùñez Cabeza de Vaca was one who had the most hardships during his time on his voyage to the new land. Cabeza de Vaca writes, “My only duty is to transmit what I saw

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    fierce battles and melees between the Indians and the settlers that were born from this cultural conflict. In spite of this, many people may not know about the systematic and deliberate means employed by the U.S. government to permanently rid their new land of the Indians who had lived their own lives peacefully for many years. There are many strong and chilling reasons and causes as to why the settlers started all of this perplexity in the first place. There was also a very strong and threatening impact

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    History Of Cleveland

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    people living in Cleveland, yet few know about its past. In this paper, I am going to take you along as I tell you the history of Cleveland. On July 4th 1796 the Connecticut Land Company sent out a search party to find new land. General Moses Cleaveland headed this search party, and on July 22nd of 1796 they found their new land, naming it Cleaveland after the leader of the search party. The beginning of the population was predominately white. In 1800 the population of Cleaveland was what now would

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    American? by Michel-Guillaume Jean de Crevecoeur. In this text, it talks about the difference of the new land and Europe land. That in their new land, there opportunity for employment. In the new land they are free from their oppression and leave behind the old life. Crevecoeur reveals, “Here they are become men; in Europe they were as so many useless plants” (Crevecoeur 291). Thus, here in the new land, they view as useful not as in their home where they were viewed as useless. This tells that to be

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    and making the country a strong European power. However, many of his projects were costly and caused economic problems for the nation. His personal lavish luxuries also were a financial burden to France. By the end of his reign, nearly all of the land he had acquired through warfare had to be returned, thus wasting enormous sums of French money. King Louis XIV reigned in France from 1643-1715. For 54 of these years, he reigned without the help of an official Prime Minister. Therefore, he personally

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    as the "noble redman" at the time. The Native Americans were very helpful to the Europeans and they guided them around what is now America. The Europeans became very curious of this "new land" and they began to settle it. The settlement of America brought conflict and disease to the Native Americans. Conflict over land ownership soon became a problem and there were harmful side effects. Perhaps one of the most harmful side effects was the proverbial slurs and attitudes towards the Native Americans

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    Easter Island

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    is the same Eden that Easter Island once was. The people of Easter Island came over to their new land, and recognized that it was ideal for them to settle. The land was lush; the sea was providing a bounty of fresh fish, and other seafood. The earth was dark brown, and very rich. Everything was just the way it needed to be to support a growing community of people. They began to farm, and cultivate their land. They logged large fern trees so they could harpoon dolphins in deep water. They logged smaller

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    leader of the Trojans have an intimate relationship that ends in death. The relationship begins in Book I when Venus, the goddess of love, has her other son Cupid fill Dido with passion for Aeneas, to ensure Aeneas's safety in this new land. "Meanwhile Venus/Plotted new stratagems, that Cupid, changed/ In form and feature, should appear instead/ Of young Ascanius, and by his gifts/ Inspire the queen to passion, with his fire/ Burning her very bones." (693) Venus did this to protect Aeneas and his

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    Sarajevo. As the author in “Children of War” recorded “ Their father, an economics professor, was kidnapped and killed by Serb forces in 1992.”(Brice 1). Amela and Emir had to deal with the lose of their father and mourn him will they try to live in a new country. In the book “Inside out & Back again” the character Ha goes face of a much bigger lose. Ha gets told “ Then he adds what no one wants to hear: It’s over; Saigon is gone.”(Lai 69).Ha has to face with the loss of never going back to here home

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    Christopher Columbus: Hero or Villain?

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    spirit.” He goes on to say that, “In discovering a new part of the world, Columbus destroyed such finite certainties”. By this he means that everyone thought the world was flat but by discovering this new land he “upset theologies”. He describes the reasons for Columbus going on a voyage as “multiple” and “confused”. Columbus wanted to cross the ocean to “prove his theories of navigation”. Since Spain was always desperate for wealth and the land routes were controlled by the Turks, Columbus wanted

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    Questar Company Risk Analysis

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    Energy Company Three segments of Questar operations cover resources and regulated services. Follows is the risk assessment for Questar: Resources, Lack of internal control in estimating reserve(s) revenue, Financial analysis and the market, New land developments, and the Environment. Most of the company's operations are located in the Rocky Mountain region of Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana (5). Distribution is throughout the United States. QUESTAR OPERATIONS A

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    that enjoyed broad support. Some party leaders greatly opposed territorial growth, and even expansionist Democrats argued about how much new land should be acquired, and by what means. Some supporters of Manifest Destiny favored rapid expansion and bold pursuit of American territorial claims, even at the risk of war with other nations. Others believed that the land would voluntarily submit to the benefits of the republic. In an often-used metaphor of the day, these regions would ripen like fruit and

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    The opening scene of Blade Runner and the scene of L.A. are both shot very well. The opening scene settles the viewer into the film by creating the mood and theme of a dystopian world. The first scene also explains what has happened before the time period that the movie takes place in so the audience knows what is going on. The L.A. scene expands on the first scene’s exposition by using subtle elements to explain what is currently going on in the city. The opening scene and L.A. scene both convey

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    Israel and Palestine

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    which has taken place over a century. In order to understand the conflict between these two cultures their collective histories must be taken into consideration. It was a long and hard path for the Jewish population to get a piece of land they can call their own. A land free of religious persecution. I think that history has shown that these two states can not and will not be able to sustain peace over any period of time. The story between these two countries starts shortly after the First World

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    Minutemen of Lexington, Mass. The fighting ended with the surrender of the British at Yorktown on Oct. 19, 1781. In 1783 Great Britain signed a formal treaty recognizing the independence of the colonies. Through the hardships of life in a wild, new land, the American settlers gained strength and a firm belief in the rights and liberties of the individual man. They revolted because England interfered with their trade and industry, demanded unjust taxes, and sent British troops to compel obedience

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