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    When my mom asked if I wanted to see this year’s Lakeside musical, I honestly was a bit unwilling. It’s not that I didn’t want to support my two or three friends up on stage and in the crew; I just don’t have a very good track record with high school performances. I’m a critic: I have always been very critical of myself, and very critical of others. I unwittingly judge the actors onstage, and end up feeling guilty because I probably could have done no better. On top of this warped superiority/inferiority

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    Welcome to the 60’s, a time of sky-high hairdos, colorful clothing and jivin’ music. But beyond all the glitz and glamour of the era, segregation and discrimination is ever present in the city of Baltimore, until one big girl with even bigger ideas challenges the norm. In an infectious production of “Hairspray,” Thomas S. Wootton High School had the audience tapping their toes and moving to the beat all evening. Based on the 1988 non-musical film of the same name, Hairspray was written by Marc Shaiman

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    There are different ideas and themes covered in musical performances in this modern society, for example war and love in Miss Saigon, feminism in Mamma Mia! and racial issues in Porgy and Bess. In the musical film Hairspray, there are more interesting ideas in the plot so I would like to discuss the musical further in this piece of work. Hairspray was an American musical film in 2007, it was a adaptation from a musical and comedy in 2002 and 1988 respectively. There were several changes in the 2007

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    greatly rely on water. (Clark, 2006, p.478) Canada has many water resources. These water resources consist of lakes, wetlands, rivers, drainage bases, and groundwater. (Clark, 2006, p.478) Canada’s lakes and wetlands occupy around 20% of Canada’s area. (Clark, 2006, p. 478) Canada has very easy access to this water mainly because back when the glaciers melted, most of the water turned into our lakes. 99% of the water still remains from the glacial periods. (Clark, 2006, p.478) “Wetlands are areas of land

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    Effects of Eutrophication on Humans

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    oxygen depletion and problems in water treatments. Eutrophication is currently happening to many of the Canadian Lakes including Lake Winnipeg. Since 1969, it has been observed that Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) has been the reason for the 90% hike in the algal blooms.Cyanobacteria causes a smelly odour and releases toxins that are detrimental to humans and some other organisms. When the lake is enriched with phosphorus, cyanobacteria thrive due to nitrogen-fixing. Due to the unfair advantage cyanobacteria

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    This paper will be discuss what Francis Bacon believed was possible by following his reforming of the sciences as discussed in the “New Organon” and he shows this in his novel titled “New Atlantis”. To discuss this I will focus on the section from pages 71-83 which is the section where a Father of Salomon’s House describes to the narrator how Salomon’s house works and what they have achieved there. The paper will be broken into four parts just like it is in the text, the first part will be over the

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    Drinking Water Scarcity and Conservation

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    up only a very small amount of all water. Most water on Earth is in the oceans (97 percent). The remaining portion (~3 percent) is in frozen (in glaciers) or is below the land surface, i.e., groundwater found in aquifers. Amazingly all the water in lakes, inland seas, rivers, and the atmosphere amounts to only 0.023 percent (or two parts per ten-thousand) of all the water on our planet. Of the fresh drinking water available to us, 72 percent is frozen, which leaves... ... middle of paper ... .

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    How Lost Lake has Influenced My Life One day when I was five years old I recall my grandfather asking "Steve, why don't, you go with us to Minnesota next week?" My grandfather was a very important person to me, until he died in 1986. I spent every possible moment of my life either with him or thinking about him. Everything he loved, I loved, and vice-versa. Being bored with my present lifestyle in Peoria and excited about traveling with my grandfather, I took up his offer. After a day long car

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    Oceans

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    world's population still lives under the misconception that the ocean is a hungry abyss, eager to devour all their waste. These beliefs, however, are all untrue. The average depth of the oceans is only a little more than a mile, when in fact, some lakes exceed this depth rather handily. Although the size of the ocean is often pondered, the thought that it may one day be gone, is never even considered. The vast majority of all life in the ocean, inhabits only 1/25 of these waters, but it is these

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    Acid Rain

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    The Effects of Acid Rain on Lakes and Trees Acid rain has long been argued by society’s most formidable minds. It indirectly destroys ecosystems that surround forests and lakes (Taylor, 26). People need to make decisions dealing with the destruction of nature and the role acid rain plays in it. Acid rain destroys millions of forests and lakes (Taylor, 26 ). Studies show that acid rain is one of the largest contributing factors in the death of forests and lakes. Acid rain indirectly kills millions

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