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    Hypertext as a Rhizome

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    step in comparing hypertext to a rhizome system is to understand just what a rhizome is. The philosopher Gilles Deleuze came up with the idea and Janet Murray applied to hypertext. A rhizome is a tuber root system in which any point may be connected to another point. “Deleuze used the rhizome root system as a model of connectivity in systems of ideas” (Murray 132). One simplified example of this is the prewriting technique of making a web. There is one central idea and then several thoughts that

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    How to start a Web Business

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    is made of several parts. First, there is the root level domain: com, org, net, tm. The root level domain can be many things; com, org, and net are the only root level domain names not associated with a two-letter country code. Any other domain name will be associated with a country: us, United States; de, Germany; tm, Turkmenistan. Some business names will lend themselves to easily become a second level domain name, that is the name before the root level domain name. Major brand names are easy

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    Essay About Spanglish

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    Spanglish is a well-known term that describes the linguistic behaviors on Spanish speakers, who’s Spanish is uniquely influenced from the English language. Spanglish can also be defined as a “mixed-code vernacular that includes a range of linguistic phenomena, most notably code-switching”. Despite the fact that Puerto Rican linguist, Salvador Tio, coined the term ‘Spanglish’ in the late 1940’s, this language contact phenomena has actually been used over the past 150 years, since the Treaty of Guadalupe

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    The Effects of Forest Fires on Local Flora

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    Plants, trees, and other similar organisms constitute the community of a forest. These plants and trees stand together on a common soil ground, where they populate around each other to establish a full-fledged, bright green forest. Many factors can harm this forest community and annihilate the organisms that live there. One of the most devastating events is forest fires, which result in drastic environmental and biological changes. In the environmental aspect, the forest fire heats up the soil, causing

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    we questioned him about his numerous float trips down Current River to be extremely careful when we came to a fast moving bend in the river called Wallace's Point.  He said, "Wallace's Point is lined with so many root wads (root wads are clumps of tree stumps, roots, branches, leaves, and whatever else might float down the river) along the banks, and it has so many sunken canoes and sunken logs along it's main channel that safe passage through it is impossible - unless you stick

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    Importance Of Sugarcane

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    Saccharum officinarum better known as sugarcane. Sugar cane is a member of the grass family and is given the botanical name of Saccharum officinarum. Like other grasses, sugarcane has jointed stems and sheathing leaf bases, with leaves, shoots, and roots all coming from these stem joints. (Macinnis, 2002) This plant has had a great impact on the world we know today. In the 1500s, sugarcane changed the world in a big way as it caused a trading increase between the Canary Islands and South America. The

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    Background Arsenic pollution is a real problem with over 560 superfund-contaminated sites in the US, second in number of sites only to lead. (2) This problem is so vast the EPA wrote a whole manual on how to effectively treat the problem. The way that arsenic pollution can happen is through major excavations, most commonly in mining materials like coal, various metals, and also from pressure treated wood. Chromated copper arsenate was the chemical used on pressure treated wood starting in the

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    Herbs

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    production method can provides high-quality products in every year and free from pesticides and herbicide residual usage for farmers and growers (Mairapetyan, 1999; Dorais, et al. 2001). Root environment in hydroponics systems always has enough water, air and food. This system increases the absorption and roots metabolic activities that lead to high growth rate of plants (Mairapetyan. 1999; Dorais et al. 2001; Manukyan, et al. 2004). In order to provide appropriate levels of nutrient elements for

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    The Strawberry

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    The Strawberry The strawberry, a fruit of the genus Fragaria, has been around for many centuries. Throughout the centuries the strawberry has been studied, cultivated, reported upon, and simply enjoyed by millions. This very abundant fruit has had a variety of uses: It has been used for medicinal purposes; for decorations throughout a person's home; and, for the pleasure of eating. The history of the strawberry goes back as far the Romans or maybe as far as the Greeks. In the thirteenth century

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    developed from the native trees that were left. The Japanese maple tree is adaptable to different soil types, but prefers a slightly acidic soil. They thrive in sandy loam type soil with low organic material. They usually have a shallow and fibrous root system in the beginning, so uniform watering and mulch is needed for a few years to establish the tree. To avoid competition for water and nutrients, keep the area under the tree well weeded. Acer palmatum has many different varieties that have different

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