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    Steve Rogers friends and then brainwashed him. They turned him into a fighting machine that sought to kill Steve Rogers. Also they downloaded a Swiss scientist to a database that kept him living. This scientist was Arnim Zola. He worked for the Red Skull, who appeared during the first Captain America Movie, during World War II. He explained upon his discovery what Hydra had been doing all these years. Hydra had been behind the scenes in the government waging war with others. For years Hydra had been

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    EARLY LIFE: James Buchanan Barnes - known to everyone as simply Bucky - was born the same year as Steve Rogers was. Bucky's mother died when he was a died after a long illness, and his younger sister Rebecca was shipped off to boarding school after his father died in a parachuting accident. This left Bucky in the care of the same orphanage that Steve was in. Bucky, being a more outgoing and stronger kid, disliked the way the other kids picked on Steve. Bucky's already rebellious and rambunctious

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    A Historicism Approach to Doctor Faustus A young man studies theology his entire life and in turn receives his Doctrine in this field. One lonesome and desperate night, he decides to ignore God and fulfill his deepest desires. Hence, he conjures up a servant of Lucifer and agrees to sell his soul only if he can receive whatever or whomever he desires. This is the story of Christopher Marlowe's Doctor Faustus. Doctor Faustus is a doctor of theology that wants no limits on what he can know or

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    inches long, undisturbed with the exception of the skull, which had been broken and robbed of the teeth previous to our visit; a small bit of coarse red pottery was picked up amongst the earth near the bones. 2.-Removed before our arrival, but from the few bones preserved, it appears that the person was older than the first, although the femur measures 16 1/2 inches only-the skull thin, a good deal decayed and very imperfect. 3.-Removed-the skull very perfect when found, since despoiled of the

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    The Bodies Exhibit

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    of the human skull that was fairly stretched out by rod like needles in between each cranial bone to deeply express all the bones of the skull. All the facial bones were still attached. The skull appeared abnormally large because of the stretch but the position of the ethmoid bone became more visible and recognizable than before, which was very helpful. The tour guide also stated that the skull was of an adult male and there were numerous ways to identify a male from a female skull. Features of an

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    As the protector of all Tibetan Buddhism, Mahakala is an object of meditation as well as the “protector of dharma.” Being a dharmapala which is a type of wrathful deity, his job is to quite the mind and to destroy and help one meditating reach a new level of awareness. His name translates from ‘Maha’ to ‘great’ and ‘kala’ meaning ‘black,’ which is why Mahakala is known as Great Time or Great Dark One, in Sanskrit. On March 2nd, 2011, I traipsed to the corner of 242nd and Broadway, and hopped

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    average housewife is: “Anger sputters in her brainpan, confined but spewing out missiles of hot fat.” While a brainpan is an actual human skull and not a metaphor of such, the specific use of an obscure synonym with the word “pan” rather than a plain, straightforward “skull” is rather telling, and Piercy could have possibly used it on purpose to compare the skull of a housewife, who has spent vast amounts of time in the kitchen, to a cooking pan. When connected with the usage of other kitchen terminology

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    Radiographic Physics and Images

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    Physics and Imaging. St Loius, Missouri: Elsevier Mosby Publishing. S, S. (2008). Film Critique of the Skull and Sinuses. Retrieved May 10th 2014, www.quia.com/files/quia/.../Film-Critique-of-the-Skull-and-Sinuses.doc (Online word document) Bontrager, K.L. (2005). Textbook of Radiographic Technique and Related Anatomy. St Loius, Missouri: Elsevier Mosby Publishing. Enfinger, J. (2011). PA Caldwells Skull [Video File]. Retrieved May 7th 2014, from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11HJMH5F2TA

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    Cannibalism

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    land and the lack of sites. Upon finally coming across a site they found some potential indications for the occurrence of cannibalism, though nothing concrete as of yet. Their first discovery: a portion of a skull, would be one of the most telling artifacts of the expedition. The skull was, like the other bones later exposed, covered in "areas of shallow pitting and scaling on the outer surface." This giving merit to the claims by many historians that "expedition members suffered from the debilitating

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    According to Dr. Bennet Omalu, subject of the 2015 movie “Concussion,” nearly 90 percent of all players in the National Football League (NFL) sustain some type of brain injury during their career. Most of those injuries are concussions, a traumatic injury to the brain that alters its basic functions. According to an article from the PBS website, “Inside the Numbers: Counting Concussions in the NFL,” in 2012 more than 100 players in the the league suffered concussions on a weekly basis, just in

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