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    economy. National borders had not been finalized until 1866, when Bolivia and Chile had negotiated a treaty establishing the 24th parallel as the permanent boundary. The treaty also entitled both countries to share in tax revenue on the mineral resources of the territory between the 23rd and the 25th parallels.1 The Atacama Desert lied between the 23rd and 26th Parallels on the Pacific Coast of South America within the Peruvian province of Tarapacá and the Bolivian province of Litoral. In 1874, Bolivia

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    is regarded as a saint by all who meet him, hence the handle “San Manuel,” which literally translates to “Saint Manuel.” Don Manuel’s struggle and affiliation with sainthood receives further analysis and context from Francisco LaRubia-Prado, who parallels Unamuno’s novella to elements of Greek Tragedy and heroism. Drawing from Unamuno’s background with Ancient Greek playwriting and Sigmund Freud’s Totem and Taboo, LaRubia-Prado argues that Don Manuel should be seen as a representation of Christ and

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    contain Christian aspects will be helpful in a rebuttal of this source. Adler, Shawn. "'Harry Potter' Author J.K. Rowling Opens Up About Books' Christian Imagery." MTV News. MTV, 17 Oct. 2007. Web. 23 Sept. 2015. This article argues that Christian parallels can be found within Harry Potter, including two Bible

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    The character of Simon in William Golding’s Lord of the Flies has often been viewed as the Christ figure of the novel. If you were to examine the actions of both Simon and Jesus, you would find a number of incidents that parallel each other. One of the first things that Simon does that depicts a Christ-like action, is found in chapter 3 when he helps the littluns get fruit, “Simon found for them the fruit they could not reach” (Golding 56). During his lifetime, Jesus often aided the hungry, one

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    A Parallel World When I’m assigned a text to read, my first reaction is to search for deep analytical content, rather than to accept it at face value. However, when presented The Quadroons by Lydia Maria Child, I found myself enjoying it for what it is: A great story. I was extremely touched by relationships in the story and the strength portrayed by Rosalie. After forcing myself to dig a little deeper into the text, I discovered a lot of interesting aspects that are still relevant in the world

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    As we can only imagine, one can not erase the vivid images, of the Civil War from their memories, after seeing the fallen bodies and the fields of ash and smoke. The lasting images we view through photographs reminds us of the war that divided the nation, during tumultuous times. As the war came to an end, President Abraham Lincoln was elected for his second term in office. During, Lincoln's second inaugural speech he persuades his audience, to understand that the war was a catastrophe for all.

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    Multiplier Analysis

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    doesn’t have any direct tool, we have used adders for implementation of multiplier. There is a big span of algorithms for multiplication where we may make use any one of them according to our requirement. for example serial multiplier algorithm, parallel multiplier, array multiplier, tree multiplier, Wallace tree booth multiplier, and now more enhan...

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    Physics Final Exam

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    more separated and it takes less time for the wave to vibrates, the slinky is clearly moving more quickly. 2.Transverse waves are waves that have particles moving perpendicular to the wave motion, while longitudinal waves have particles that move parallel. An example of a transverse wave is a stadium wave. This is transverse because the wave is made by moving up and down, but the wave itself moves side to side. An example of a longitudinal wave is the wave caused during an earthquake. This is longitudinal

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    Amish Religion Analysis

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    The parallels that I can find between the Amish culture and the people of David’s society are that most persons from Waknuk follow the same traditions and are strictly believers of God. For instance Joseph Strorm only believes in those persons who have ten fingers, ten toes and have a normal features are only the creation of God. Those who are not of those similar features were considered to be mutants or devils in the disguise of a human being. The Amish culture follows the Amish religion, where

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    Instruments in worship?

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    a visual aid is in preaching. One can argue that there is no condemnation of worshipping with instruments. This is true. There is no text in the bible that says, “thou shalt not use instruments.” This argument is obviously faulty because of the parallels of this in the bible. Moses was told by God to speak to the rock and water would come out. God did not say for Moses not to strike the rock. Moses struck it and he was not allowed to see the promise land but was to die in the wilderness (Numbers

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