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    Shakespeare, intending for his plays to be performed as well as published, included the idea of trial by combat in many of his works. During his time, men valued their honor. Based on their friendships and alliances, English men upheld that honor through combat. Because audiences enjoyed the action of one character fighting another, the writer included several duels in his literary works. Shakespeare’s play Much Ado About Nothing reflects the history, philosophy, and offenses marked with a duel;

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    Essay on Honor in Richard II

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    The Importance of Honor in Richard II The tension-charged exchange between Bolingbroke and Mowbray in the first scenes of Richard II provides exciting action for the audience, and gives a glimpse into trial by combat and the importance of honor in Shakespeare's plays. Trial by combat, or a judicial duel was a traditional way to settle disputes in England and Europe for many generations. People dueled to defend their own honor, and to prove personal claims against the honor of others. Honor.

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    Honor and Dueling

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    Honor and Dueling A duel was a prearranged combat with lethal weapons between two people, usually taking place under formal arrangements. Each side had a witness, called seconds. The usual cause of a duel is an insult given by one person to the other or over a question of honor. The challenged person has the right to set the place, time, and weapons. Duels have generally been fought early in the morning in secluded places. (Encarta "Duel") Dueling to avenge one's honor has never been legal

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    Duels

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    Duels "This is the excellence of Court: take away the ladies, duels and the ballets and I would not want to live there." - A. d'Aubigne, Baron de Foeneste, Il, 17 Duels and the act of dueling is something that has characterized not only the imagination of historians and modern warfare enthusiasts, but also the minds of writers and readers of literature for years. The numerous literary variations on the theme of dueling are enough of an indication of its importance, and the fascination with

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    of developing a combat vehicle. Two years later, he moved his family back to Michigan to develop new automotive products. Tucker received an opportunity from the Dutch government. The government wanted a combat vehicle that would work in the muddy Dutch land. He began to design an armored combat car, nicknamed “Tucker Tiger.” When the Germans invaded Holland, Tucker had not completed the vehicle. By then, the Dutch lost interest, so he offered it to the U.S. government. The combat car could go up

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    The Independence Class Littoral Combat Ship

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    The United States Navy has introduced a new high tech fighting machine. It is fast, versatile, and deadly. The Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), Independence class, was developed to combat a new type of naval warfare taking place in coastal waters. The establishment of this coastal combat ship has created a new class of surface warfare ships known as DD(X) (O’Rourke, 2013). The modern design of the Independence class LCS is made out of aluminum, making the vessel light weight with a low draft displacement

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    knight but also to redeem his name as well as his fathers. The story begins with Myles living in Crosbey-Dale with his mother and father, and Diccon Bowman. Falworth, Myles’ father was blinded by William Bushy Brookhurst, the Earl of Alban, in a trial by combat. The Earl of Alban also brutally murdered Sir John Dale in front of Myles when he was a child. With the presence of such an evil man, the family was forced to move away. Thus, Myles, his mother, father, and Diccon Brown escape to hide from on

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    Pierre Elliott Trudeau

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    to Canadian politics. Trudeau introduced to Canada the refined art of single combat; it was the politics of "Doing It My Way"-the politics of going my way or being left behind. Single-combat confrontation implied much mor than the loner or renegade in power, and far far less than the shaman black tricks of Mackenzie King. Trudeau was always far more the solo Philosopher King engaged in intellectual trial by combat than the Magus Merlin conjuring up solutions by puffs of smoke, sleight of hand

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    The Scottsboro Boys Trial

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    may have walked free. But even with logic, justice, and truth stacked in their favor, the Southern racial regime could not relinquish control over the case.Though efforts were made to shake the enormous power of the Southern regime, every resulting trial and repeated guilty conviction proved that the reign of racism could not be broken. From the beginning, the standards of the Southern racial regime framed the case into something almost indefensible.

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    The Wright Brothers: Innovative Engineers

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    “If birds can glide for long periods of time, then… why can’t I?” Orville Wright wondered. Orville and his older brother, Wilbur Wright, invented the first flying heavier-than-air aircraft. Being pushed to explore different hobbies as children, the two brothers stumbled upon the idea of flight at a young age, but drifted away from the interest as they grew up. After seeing a news article in the mid-1890s about gliders, the brothers took a renewed interest in airplanes, which led to their attempts

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