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    The Last Summer

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    The Slim family was planning on going on summer vacation but with no idea to where. They had once received a brochure about a place near the New Jersey shore that was worth visiting with a wonderful sunny beach and fine places to dine at and fortunately, only one hundred miles from where the family’s hometown of Trenton. They could not come to an agreement or at least the teenage daughter, Sarah, didn’t come to agreement since she had heard lots of oddities about the route they would take to their

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    This essay will attempt to illustrate the role of science-fiction serial Doctor Who in British culture, comparing the classic series (aired from 1963 to 1989) with the new one (airing from 2005) by analysing the “birth” of Doctor Who in 20th century and its “regeneration” in 21st. Far from being just a filler in Saturday evening show schedule, Doctor Who became a cult not only in Britain but in the whole world, emerging as a model for all the sci-fi series to come. Throughout the years, the “Whoniverse”

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    Doctor Who History

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    Doctor Who started running on November 23, 1963 and hasn’t stopped since. Fifty years of adventure have given us hundred of stories, twelve Doctors and too many monsters to count. Since the Doctor started running there have been many firsts and lasts, comings and goings, tearful farewells and exciting new beginnings. March 1962 was the first time the British Broadcasting Channel’s (BBC) new Head of Drama, Sydney Newman, came up with the idea of Doctor Who. Between March 1962 and June 1963 the BBC

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    Dr Who Character Traits

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    From all over the world, viewers tune in to watch the first episode ever of Doctor Who. This occurred in 1963, and viewers still crowd around the TV to watch season after season of the show, all the way to now, in 2016. The show has been running for 50 years, and is currently the longest running science fiction show. It’s all because of the main character, The Doctor. He can regenerate on the brink of death, changing his face, personality, and sometimes his TARDIS, (The Doctor’s time machine, the

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    Doctor Who started running on November 23, 1963 and hasn’t stopped since. Fifty years of adventure have given us hundred of stories, twelve Doctors and too many monsters to count. Since the Doctor started running there have been many firsts and lasts, comings and goings, tearful farewells and exciting new beginnings. According to WHO OLOGY by Cavan Scott and Mark Wright March 1962 was the first time the British Broadcasting Channel’s new Head of Drama, Sydney Newman, came up with the idea of Doctor

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    people to believe that maybe Paul did die in that alleged accident. In the late summer 1969, the Northern Illinois University campus newspaper, Northern Star, obtained a list of clues from a student who wrote a research paper on the hoax. (Saki) Russell Gibb, a disc jockey for the Detroit radio station, WNKR, then got a copy of it from a friend of his, and on his radio show, proceeded to read them and even make up his own on the spot. Within a few days, Gibb and his coworkers were astonished to see

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    universe. This theory is still a speculation and is not widely accepted like the string theory. Therefore, the theory about the cosmic prehistory should be taken as a possible solution and not as the definite answer. [xlvi] Found in Davies, p. 148. [xlvii] Davies, p. 232.

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    Measure For Measure on the Stage

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    Measure For Measure on the Stage Near the end of his well known treatment of transgression and surveillance in Measure for Measure, Jonathan Dollimore makes an observation about the world of the play that deserves further consideration by feminist scholars: the prostitutes, the most exploited group in the society which the play represents, are absent from it. Virtually everything that happens presupposes them yet they have no voice, no presence. And those who speak for them do so as exploitatively

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    Socioeconomic Disparities In Adolescent Health

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    is poor children that are said to face a superfluous amount of health problems such as chronic and inf... ... middle of paper ... ...the social determinants’, Department of Epidemoliology & Public Health UCL, vol.16, pp.227-288 McClave, JL, Russell, PJ, Lyren, A, O'Riordan, M & Bass, NE 2009, 'The choking game: physicain perspectives', Pediatrics Official Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics,vol.125, no.82, pp.81-88 Viner, RM, Ozer EM, Denny, S, Marmot, M, Resnick, M, Fatusi, A & Currie

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    Bhabha's Contribution to Postcolonial Theory

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    Colonialism is and has been a reality during previous centuries. As a political and economical reality it entailed significant consequences in the colonized country's politics, geographical maps, and people's lives, fates and temperaments. As the consequences are hard to ignore the writers of the formerly colonized countries never forgot to write about it and their people's lives before, during and after their country's colonization. As Emecheta is one of these writer who is born and brought up

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