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    Einstein once said that, "Time is an illusion". Many people interpret that figuratively and end up thinking that he means the time is what you make of it or a different philosophical concept of time, but Einstein meant it quite literally. Einstein meant that time as we know it is not real. There are many reasons why time is not real and some of these include the fundamental properties of time, the relativity of time, how time is determined on a universal scale, and how time is used. One of the many

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    Some may call it magic, others will. But how three writers from the sixteenth century came out of a bright flash in lower manhattan in the middle of the day no one will know. How the writers described it was a lightning storm and a bright flash brought them to this time period. traveling through centuries of history in only a few mere seconds. Seeing the world through the eyes of someone that came from such a distant time is something out of the ordinary. Like Dorothy coming out of the house into

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    Three Successful Student Habits Students hear study, study, study all the time, but sometimes it’s just not enough. In order to be successful, sometimes, you have to go a further step and change your lazy habits to get ahead. Although, the first couple weeks of school you may find yourself “turning up” a little hard, but you should be focused on the reason of why you came to school. With all the exciting events on and off your campus like football games, and parties to attend, it can be quite difficult

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    The Curse of Macbeth

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    For instance, the offending actor may be required to turn around three times and spit over his left shoulder, or turn around three times and quote from A Midsummer Night's Dream (Faulkner). What's the evidence for the curse or jinx? Bad luck certainly seems to follow productions of Macbeth.According to legend, during the play's first production, the boy who played Lady Macbeth died backstage (Rozakis 245).  In 1849, three of New York's theaters were featuring Macbeth, and two of the lead

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    The LSAT, Three Times

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    I would like to explain why I took the LSAT three times. To explain my low LSAT scores, I would first have to explain why and how I was diagnosed with a learning disability at Florida State University. In 2001, my academic advisor advised and referred to Florida State’s Adult and Learning Evaluation Center, because I was failing most of the college level mathematic courses. I completed a psycho-education evaluation and assessment test and was diagnosed with a learning disability that contributed

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    threat, laziness a constant lure in my search for identity. This world begs me to succumb to existing in the image of someone else, it asks only that I slip silently and blindly into the niche it provides instead of carving my own. I required a long time to work up courage to fight for the serenity I had glimpsed in the woods in summer and in lovingly handled books read late until the early morning. Doubt had established itself in my mind at some early age, when or why I do not know, and I could trust

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    Recruits - In this sort of enterprise casualties are high and for each suicidal attack squad there must be at least three times their number of support staff and backup members. ?  A base of operations - To store materials, train troops and administer the organization. So, if I were interested in preventing terrorism and if I had the power, what could be done to undermine these three necessary ingredients? Money Even terrorist have bank managers. When you are dealing with millions of dollars

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    The previous quotation illustrated how Shylock  was stereotypical about Christians. Both characters have similar  beliefs about other religions. "Why, fear not, man, I will not for felt it! Within these three  months- that's a month before this bond expires-I do expect, return of thrice three times the value of this bond." This phrase was said by  Antonio assuring Shylock that his ship with all his goods will return  with the interest that Antonio owes Shylock for borrowing money. This  shows Antonio's

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    A three-year-old child approaches the court bench and places her hand over the Holy Bible, swearing to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. She takes a seat at the witness stand while clenching her stuffed animal in her small innocent arms. She gently brushes the bouncy blonde curls from her face as she looks into the eyes of her rapist. For one so small, she is quite strong. I am proud to admit that I was this little girl, and I am a survivor. There are sixty million

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    old age, sound rather different when experienced through the sing-song, rather telegraphic formulations of the lines. As with "The Oven Bird" there is a heavy use of the verb "to be": "was" occurs three times in four lines, something a novice writer of poetry would try to avoid. And there are also three "whats," two of which occur in a single line ("What kept him from remembering what it was"), designed to make it hard to indulge in sad feelings about old age -- one notices the way that "age" is quietly

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    bustling city of Venice. The impeccable world is the fairy-tale city of Belmont. Despite Belmont's perfection, a bit of justified hatred from Venice would ruin its innocence. (Paradise lost.) Alas, as Auden suggests, there are no utopias. In Venice, time is of the essence. If one were to momentarily forget the real world, one would be trampled down by its massive stampede of events, bonds, et cetera constantly being made, ubiquitously in its domain. Shylock and Antonio are just one pair of culprits

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    cell phone user only has around thirteen chances in a million of dying in a cell-phone related automobile accident. This is three times less than the chances of being killed by not wearing a seatbelt. Other motorists and pedestrians have a four in one million chance of being killed by a driver using a cell phone; the chance of getting killed by a drunk driver is four times as high (Pickler). Granted, every single human life is important, but these figures show that cell phones pose only a very small

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    Essays - A Debt that Must be Paid Adolescence, under the best of all circumstance, is a time of great stress and confusion for young people. Bodies, relationships to friends and family, and moods change rapidly as social, psychological, and physiological puberty is navigated. In this society, to be an adolescent who is gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered (hereafter referred to as 'gay') means to be at significant risk for suicide, depression, dropping out of school, violence, homelessness

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    The Child Care Debate

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    (http://www.publicagenda.org/), in 1960, 88 percent of all children lived with both parents and fewer than 20% of all mothers worked outside of the home. In 1998, only 68% of children lived with both parents and 61% of mothers worked at least part time. With the increase in two-income families and single parent families, child-care has changed over the last 40 years. For Mr. Varadarajan the increased need for day care has less to do with the changing structure of the family and more to do with a

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    day one that nothing bad will happen to them if they shoot their brother in the head with Daddy's pistol. Studies show that in one week of content analysis of prime-time output on seven New York City channels, there were 3,421 acts and threats of violence observed.  Children's fictional entertainment programs had three times the frequency of violent acts or threats recorded in adult programs.   (Gunter, p.13).  many of these acts were committed without any compensation for the action without

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    Admissions Essay - Providing Medical Assistance to the Homeless For me, the journey from child to medical school applicant has not been typical. It began on the damp side of a Washington bridge, where I lived when I was fourteen years old. What sparked my interest in medicine was the role I came to play among the homeless with whom I lived. It soon became apparent that I had certain knowledge that my peers lacked: Knowledge of the nature of infection and basic principles of hygiene. When Pat

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    does the safety for others violate the rights of drug users? Drug testing, whether in the workplace or on the athletic field, is not a violation of civil rights. "In 1988, the National Institute on Drug Abuse estimated that 12 percent of full-time employed Americans between the ages of 20 and 40 used an illicit drug" (Goldburg 62). Twenty percent of the 14.5 million Americans who use drugs are employed. This fact has convinced many that drug testing at the workplace should be mandatory (Goldburg

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    Characters of Porphyria’s Lover and My Last Duchess The creation of a plausible character within literature is one of the most difficult challenges to a writer, and development to a level at which the reader identifies with them can take a long time. However, through the masterful use of poetic devices and language Browning is able to create two living and breathing characters in sixty or less lines. When one examines these works one has to that they are quite the achievements for they not only

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    The Process of Baseball Season Preparation Baseball has always been America’s natural past time. Many fans love watching baseball but do not realize how hard it is to prepare for a season. Most fans think the players just show up on the first day. I think this belief is completely false. I feel that preparing for a baseball season requires much preparation. The preparation I use includes working on my swing, working out, and studying other people’s ideas on hitting. These steps are necessary

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    difference, the fact is they do.  Last year I lived with five other girls.  We set up a system in which everything that could be recycled was.  Between the six of us we ended up taking out the garbage once a week and taking out the recycling two or three times a week.  This year there are only four of us.  We haven't started recycling yet because we are still searching for a location to take all of our renewable garbage.  Without our system in place, we take out the garbage on a daily basis.  That is

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