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    Revisiting Childhood in The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe When I was young, it was hard to understand the bigger picture. I knew not what I did; I only acted. Aggressive action came spontaneously, and in rapid response to whatever situation befell me. I frequently fought and argued with my brothers. While we were good around other people, at home, my brothers and I were not pleasant to deal with. At the time, it was impossible for me to foretell the ramifications of my mother. It was not

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    A Prayer for Owen Meany

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    mother’s death; demonstrating how this event dramatically altered the course of his young life. Another example of the detailed memory the narrator recounts in this portion of the novel is seen in the passage, “Later, I would remember everything. In revisiting the scene of my &...

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    Emotional Hinderance

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    this snippet of emotion will always taint the individual’s research, even if the circumstances are unrelated (the childhood dog may have been rabid). Emotional intelligence is very important, however, in living life. That is why we evolved it. Revisiting the aforementioned dog and disregarding rabies, it is possible that there is something about this individual that entices hostility in canines. Although this says nothing about dogs, the childhood experience conditions the individual to avoid dogs

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    watched large drops of rain pour down the plastic Little Tikes slide on the back patio. Each drop appeared to be racing toward the bottom before the others. I loved watching the "drip races." My siblings and I used to bet on the drips. My mind was revisiting my childhood. The rain always does that to me. Nostalgia, my favorite emotion. Feeling content, I put on my slippers, made a cup of hot chocolate, grabbed my book, and snuggled under a warm blanket. I was looking forward to a great day indoors

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    Bridge of Montenegro

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    of transportation for the natives of Montenegro. When I was younger, I remember the condition of the bridge was as if it were just built. The screws were all in the right places, tightly fastened, and the metal had barely began to chip off. After revisiting this place numerous times, I noticed some distinct transitions. Years later, I observed the transformation of the metal beginning to rust and peel off. Along with that, the nuts and bolts have slowly begun to unscrew themselves due to erosion and

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    Furthermore, the sensitive-unto-death narrative voice was dissonant and grating: Ginny came across as too intelligent and self-aware to be as clueless and numb as she was supposed to be. Despite these major flaws, however, Smiley's au courant revisiting of "King Lear" had its virtues: keen insights into family dynamics, a stately, beautifully controlled pace and a weirdly chipper, let's-do-the-dishes-everybody quality that only heightened the ominous sound of fatal machinery grinding away beneath

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    in Monte Hellman's The Shooting Works Cited Missing Generally forgotten by critics, and classified as alternately a cult classic and a B-movie (in reference to both its budget and its reception), Monte Hellman's The Shooting is a film worth revisiting. At a remote camp in the middle of the desert, a Woman With No Name arrives to hire two men to lead her to the town of Kingsley, days after one of the camp members was shot dead and another ran away. On their descent into the scorching desert, it

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    The Deal

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    As I told Ada many times, “having been dead once, the whole experience is highly overrated.” And she agreed, having been dead once before herself. There were no bright lights, no family waiting, nothing to make the entire experience one worth revisiting, but as death was as inevitable as taxes, we both realized that the next time would probably be the time we got our exit visas from this cycle of reality stamped, and soundly. Now, I feel I need to explain a couple of things before we go much

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    die. TB black spots include Eastern Europe with 250,000 cases a year, South East Asia; three million cases a year and sub-Saharan Africa with two million cases a year. Tuberculosis, a sometimes crippling and deadly disease, is on the rise and is revisiting both the developed and developing world. The global epidemic is growing and becoming more dangerous. The breakdown in health services, the spread of HIV/AIDS and the emergence of multi drug-resistant TB are contributing to the worsening impact of

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    Revisiting the Account of Sodom and Gomorrah Whatever the men of Sodom were up to, there is no question that it drew God’s wrath. According to pro-homosexual theologians, their sin had little or nothing to do with homosexuality, but with their inhospitality; their “callous indifference toward the weak and vulnerable – the poor, orphans, widows, and strangers in their midst” (Jeff Miner and John Tyler Conoley, The Children are Free, p. 6). There is some validity to this. For it is written, "Behold

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    The proportion of 1:15:15, on the other hand, might be useful especially for the children, geriatric and obstetrics patients, since it would enable the extraction of relatively lesser attributes of the drug in the milk. These formulations are largely indicated in various ailments with aggravated vaata and pitta doshas. They have lesser applications in diseases caused due to the aggravation of kapha dosha. It should also be noted that these formulations are particularly effective on the ‘rasa and

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    Revisiting Regulation Changing Cases

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    Throughout history, there have been numerous litigations that pertain to an individual’s Fourth Amendment rights; however, there are three proceedings that changed the way law enforcement is able to search and seize properties in order for it to be admissible in court. The outcomes of Weeks v. United States, Silverthorne Lumber Company, Inc. v. United States, and Mapp v. Ohio created regulations that gave the American citizens back their Fourth Amendment rights. Before these three lawsuits were tried

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    Revisiting Delphi Technique in Fire Safety

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    Introduction In this article, Shields, T. J., Silocock, W.G, & Donegan, A. H (1990) towards the development of fire safety systems evaluation for public assembly with regards to the delphi technique. According to the Delphi technique, introducing the analytical hierarchal process was a major breakthrough in the fire safety world especially in evaluating its schemes. After its proper investigation it was keenly noted that the analytical hierarchal process (AHP) was a tool that was of for fire safety

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    This paper concentrates on the study of the selected ‘bakhars’. The ‘bakhar’, means a Marathi prose historical narrative. Except Mahikavati bakhar, most of the ‘bakhars’ were written from the 17th century to early 19th century. These bakhars were written by Maratha officials on the directions from their masters or senior officials. Those officials were considered as ‘Mahitigar’ i.e. well-informed and knowledgeable persons. The word ‘bakhar’ derived from Arabic word ‘khabar’, which means news or information

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    The proportion of the ingredients i.e. drugs: milk: water is indicated as 1:8:32, unless specifically mentioned otherwise. However, a revered ayurvedic physician Yadavji Trikamji Acharya, suggested a different proportion of ingredients in preparation of ksheerapaka as 1:15:15. [13] Certain formulations with a change in the proportion can be cited, for e.g. in rasona (garlic-Allium sativum Linn.) ksheerapaka indicated in ‘vaataja gulma’ or the vardhaman pippali ksheerapaka used as rasayana formulation

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    Attributes of milk and their relevance in ksheerapaka formulation: After understanding the relevance of this formulation in such a wide range of physical ailments it is important to consider the attributes of the milk and the ingredients used in various preparations of ksheerapaka. Cow milk is generally preferred for the preparation of ksheerapaka. The attributes of cow milk include madhur rasa (attributes of the sweet taste as per ayurvedic principles), madhur vipaka (properties of the substances

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    Running head: CLOSING ACHIEVEMENT GAPS: REVISTING BENJAMIN S. BLOOM’S Guskey, T. R. (2007). Closing achievement gaps: revisiting Benjamin S. Bloom 's “learning for mastery”. Journal of Advanced Academics, 19(1), 8-31. The author begins the article by first acknowledging the existence of achievement gaps within the school system, a problem that has plagued the country for some time now. As a result of education reform and the desire for change to take place within the education system, political

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    Synopsis of the Reading and Its Impact in History Patrick Geddes Revisiting Ideas Behind the Evolution of Sex During the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, scientists armed with important discoveries and novel techniques began to reevaluate the theories of race and sex. One of the important thinkers of this time was the Scottish biologist Patrick Geddes. Like many other scientists of the time, Geddes applied Darwinian evolutionary theory to other non-scientific contexts. Although

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    Romanowski is a professor at the Center for Teacher Education at Ohio Northern University in Ada. In “Revisiting the Common Myths about Homeschooling” by Michael H. Romanowski, the author revisits common myths that many people, including educators, that influence individuals regarding their perspective of homeschooling and how it effects education of American Children. Romanowski’s views in “Revisiting the Common Myths about Homeschool” are verifiable and evidence is supported through credible sources

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    Fox's The Case for Animal Experimentation Chapter 2 and 3 and Darnovsky's "Revisiting Sex Selection" 1. What is the challenge/problem presented in this article? Darnovsky’s article explores the upcoming moral challenges that are tied to the renewed interest in marketing sex selection to parents. There are a myriad of ethical issues tied to the option of deciding the sex of one’s child that fall far outside the scope of the question “Are we playing God?” However, it is the implications of

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