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    The Thin Red Line

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    The Thin Red Line During the blood-stained war of the novel The Thin Red Line a theme is presented, "Only the courageous and emotionally strong-willed survive." Throughout the storyline, the army of men parading through Guadalcanal are bombarded with unpredictable situations and odds. Only the men with courage at their backs and their heads screwed on straight can get through this chaos. The timid, scared stiff ones will not get out alive, but the ones who swallow their nerves can

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    The Truth About War Revealed in the Film, The Thin Red Line Terrence Malick’s The Thin Red Line (1998) is a film that examines the Guadalcanal Battle of World War II, looking past the physical results of the violence, in order to uncover the deeper truths and ramifications of war. The film conveys themes and ideologies that are somewhat uncommon to war films, especially WW II films. In this dark, surreal, journey, Malick takes us inside the minds of soldiers experiencing this battle to capture

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    Divergent, Al starts off in a circle of friends, however as the film progresses, the competition for a spot above the red line gets a little more intense. Al starts to fall behind, and Tris starts to make a comeback. This pushes Al lower on the board. Al begins to become an outcast as he drops to a lower spot on the board and he realizes that there is no way he will make it above the red line unless he does something about Tris. If Tris continues at the rate she is going she will bump Al out of dauntless

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    Terrence Malick’s 1998 film The Thin Red Line utilizes several stylistic devices. This Sergeant Keck’s death by grenade sequence, starting at 57:32 and ending at 58:32. The highly subjective action in this scene is illustrated through the strategic use of shot scale, sonic point of view, and both diegetic and non-diegetic sound design. By using these stylistic devices in tandem, Malick successfully guides the audience on an emotional journey of soldiers in combat. Terrence Malick’s cinematic decisions

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    Written Music

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    signs, called neumes, showed the direction in which the melody should go. But they were still very vague. About 900 A.D. the music was made a little easier to read. The neumes were written at certain distances above or below the horizontal red line, representing the note F, to show how high or low...

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    Exploring Seismology

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    ===================================================================================== A seismometer records the vibrations from earthquakes. Mechanical versions work by way of a large mass, freely suspended. In the example on the left, a rotating drum records a red line on a sheet of paper. If the earth moves (in this case from left to right) the whole machine will vibrate too. However, the large mass tends to stay still, so the drum shakes beneath the pen, recording a squiggle! The confiner prevents the mass

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    Finding Patriotism

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    Finding Patriotism Taking my English writing instructor’s advice, one day during my lunch break from work; I went on a short trip to Faneuil Hall. This historical building blends in with other red brick buildings in Boston. Therefore, you might pass it by, if it were not for the painted red line representing the Freedom Trail and a statue of Samuel Adams in the middle of the plaza. Before entering the building, one might compare this moment with, as Walker Percy says. "Seeing the canyon is

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    approximate answers. Graphs, like the one seen below, cannot be solved algebraically and have to be solved some other way. Here we can see a zoomed in version of the graph which clearly shows the 3 roots that we want to find, the places where the red line cuts the x-axis, but none are exact values, making the equation of the cubic almost impossible to factorise. [IMAGE] So, how can we solve these graphs to any degree of accuracy, and in the most efficient way possible? This problem comes

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    Bao Ninh's Sorrow of War

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    perspective, many readers and movie viewers worldwide know only about how American’s have suffered and the amount of pain our war veterans have endured as a result of the war. American films such as Platoon, Full Metal Jacket, Apocalypse Now, Thin Red Line, and We Were Soldiers to name a few, are all Vietnam War movies that portray the loss and suffering of American life. The traditional American made movie or novel about Vietnam fails to show the human side of the struggles that the Vietnamese people

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    sequential gearboxes

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    a transmission works, and then can fully understand the advantages of a sequential gearbox. Manual Transmission Basics Cars or motorcycles need transmissions because of the physics of the gasoline engine. First of all any engine has a redline. A red line is the maximum rpm value above which the engine cannot go without blowing up and sending parts flying everywhere. Transmissions use gears and gear ratios to keep the engine running under its redline. Secondly, transmissions are needed in order to

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