Upper Essays

  • The Upper Paleolithic

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    The upper paleolithic era brought us many social and cultural innovations. From the development of art, to the continued development of useful tools and weapons, the people existing in this time were the true forbears of modern human civilization. The advances made in self-awareness are extremely apparent as well, with significant new trends in social networks and personal adornment leading to what would be the foundation of society as we know it. These things combined make the upper paleolithic

  • Technology's Impact on the Upper Mississippi River

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    Technology's Impact on the Upper Mississippi River Since the days of Lewis and Clark men have dreamed of harnessing the "Father of Waters" in the interests of commerce and development. The long struggle which ensued required incredible ingenuity and determination on the part of engineers as well as enormous capital investment. The Mississippi River Commission, established in 1897, was the first federal program designed specifically to meet these requirements, and early systems, instituted by

  • Comparisons of Upper and Lower Shore Rock Pools

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    following study, rock pools from the upper and lower shore of Bracelet Bay, were examined and the organisms within noted. The contents of the two pools were compared. The abiotic variations of the pools were recorded and examined in an attempt to understand why the contents of the pools differed. A greater abundance and variety of organisms was present in the lower shore rock pool, this was due to the lower rock pool being a more benign environment than that of the upper shore. This was related to the

  • Women Of The Upper Class Analysis

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    Inequality in Women of the Upper Class Susan A. Ostrander’s Women of the Upper Class dives into the true lives of women of the “elite” or upper class of America, and focused her studies on how these women fit into the social world. According to Ostrander, the upper class or elites are the “portion of the population that owns the major share of corporate and personal wealth, exercises dominant power in economic and political affairs, and comprises exclusive social networks and organizations open

  • The Upper Class and Miss Anne Elliot

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    The Upper Class and Miss Anne Elliott Jane Austen, it appears, seems to be saddened by the decay of England's aristocratic social order. The study of her main character, Anne Elliot, and her innocent yet intelligent-like persona take her readers further into the core of her foundation of ethics, and the relation of these to the daunting traditions of her immediate family and surrounding social circle gives the reader a fresh look at the importance of class distinction and the clearly perceptible

  • Upper Egyptians and Gunshots: Customs a sign of vulgarity?

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    the Muslim led wars. Furthermore, there exist residues from Libya and Sudan who found a better life in Upper Egypt. That explains the tribal manner by which Se’dis live today. The tribal lifestyle resembles that of Feudalism as the power goes back to one man and he is viewed as the sagest, most powerful man in the community. Hence, their priorities begin with control, manhood and boldness. Upper Egypt stands out by not only its unusual lifestyle, but its inhabitant’s morals and powerful sense of patriarchy

  • Upper Paleolithic Era: Development of Homo Sapiens

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    way to determine how these factors affect Homo Sapiens is by studying past societies. The development of technology expanded rapidly in the Upper Paleolithic era. The technological and cognitive advances made by the growing Upper Paleolithic people changed their lives for the better and allowed them to adapt to their environment in innumerable ways. The Upper Paleolithic Era occurred about 50,000 years ago and lasted nearly one-tenth of the more widely known Stone Age Era(Guisepi). During this time

  • Knowing the Lower, Middle and Upper Paleolithic Period

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    improvement in climate, tool production and use, as well as hunting small to large prey with a variety of techniques develops. The Paleolithic Age was the birth of growth for the world today. Beginning with the Lower Paleolithic age and ending with the Upper Paleolithic period, the drastic diversity will be demonstrated. Lower Paleolithic Era The beginning of the Paleolithic Period starts with the Lower Paleolithic Age, beginning 2.6 million years ago and ending 250 thousand years ago. This industry was

  • Bram Stokers Dracula: A Struggle to Maintain Victorian Upper and Middle Class

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    The Victorian men and women conveyed in Bram Stoker's Dracula are pure and virtuous members of the upper and middle class. However, hiding behind this composed and civilized conception of England lies a dark and turbulent underbelly. This underbelly is the lumpenproletariat, whom Karl Marx defined as "the lowest and most degraded section of the proletariat; the ‘down and outs’ who make no contribution to the workers cause". Victorian culture discriminated against these vagrants, who were seen not

  • What Is The Difference Between Upper And Lower Canada's Rebellion

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    provoke rebellion” expressed by Hugh Williamson. In Upper and Lower Canada, citizens were dissatisfied with the government as what the citizens wanted was of none of their concern. Lower Canada was experiencing the termination of the french culture, land problems, and lack of power within their community. However, Upper Canada had an outdated colonial system of government, land grievances, and transportation problems. All together, both the Upper Canada and Lower Canada 1837 rebellions were justified

  • Upper Classes Are a Nation's Past; the Middle Class Is Its Future

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    “Upper classes are a nation's past; the middle class is its future.” This quote was written by Ayn Rand. The meaning of this quote is that the upper class was important in the past, but now in the future, the middle class will be the important class.It relates to the story because in Russia during this time period, the upper class was the important class and the lower class had no rights. Anton Chekhov is the author of “The Bet”, “The Lottery Ticket”, and “Oh! The Public”. Anton was from Russia and

  • The Oligarchy of the Family Compact and the Rebellions in Upper Canada

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    Between 1815-1840 Upper Canada was under the influence of a few elite individuals known as the ‘Family Compact’. These individuals held sway through their control of large amounts of land and their dominance of the governments various branches. With their hold on the government of Upper Canada, the family compact aimed to create a government that regulated all aspects of society. However the people of Canada disliked the family compacts dominance of Upper Canada’s political system and when attempts

  • Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca: Disparities Between Upper and Working Class Women

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    Disparities between upper and working class women and their roles in society are made very obvious in gothic literature. However, they are especially highlighted in Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca, in which the protagonist sits between the upper and lower classes because of her own choice to marry a man from a higher class than herself. In the time period that the book was written, there were still large distinctions in class, though it was also a period that allowed for more social mobility because

  • Antibiotic for Upper Respiratory Tract Infection

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    which it was originally sensitive. [3] Antibiotics were prescribed in 68% of acute respiratory tract visits and of those, 80% were unnecessary according to disease control center (CDC) guidelines. $1.1 billion is spent annually on unnecessary adult upper respiratory infection antibiotic prescriptions. When antibiotics fail to work, the consequences are longer-lasting illnesses, more doctor visits or extended hospital stays, and the need for more expensive and toxic medications. Some resistant infections

  • Exploring the Midlife Crisis of Upper-Class Americans in The Swimmer, by John Cheever

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    currently infer as the quest of riches. The differences between traditional values and individualism, belief and modernization, strength and trouble are predictable before wealth influences the American freedom and life. During the 1960’s, the middle and upper class is enjoying the prosperity and the material comfort of the postwar era. The American suburbs are growing at a rapid pace. American citizens are becoming more modern than ever before. The liberation of the traditional outlook of the American freedom

  • Upper Endoscopy Procedure

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    Upper endoscopy, also termed as the EGD, is the examination of the person’s upper gastrointestinal tract with the use of a flexible, long, and thin scope. The thin scope contains a camera at its tip that allows the doctor to look inside the esophagus, stomach, and the duodenum of the patient. With little or no discomfort to the person undergoing the examination, this medical procedure allows the physician to clearly see the parts of the patient’s upper gastrointestinal tract. Why Upper endoscopy

  • Upper Extremity Strength

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    core is central to almost all the kinetic chain controlling balance and range of motion will maximize all kinetic chains of upper and lower extremity function. Therefore, this literature review will concentrate on: the structure of the core, upper extremity power, and lower extremity power. This review offers support for research examining the effect of core strength on upper extremity and lower extremity power. Structure of the Core

  • Upper Gastrointestinal Visit (GIT)

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    the anus. The GI tract is divided into two main sections: the upper GI tract and the lower GI tract. Upper GIT includes the mouth, pharynx, oesophagus and stomach. The lower GI tract includes the small and large intestines and anus. The accessory organs of digestions are the gallbladder, liver and pancreas. Diseases that may occur in upper and lower GIT can be divided as oesophageal diseases, gastric diseases and intestinal diseases. Upper gastrointestinal bleeding originates in the first part of the

  • Rocky Shore Study

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    Rocky Shore Study Aim The aim of this investigation is to find where the lower, middle and upper zones on the rocky shore start and end by looking at the species present and absent in each zone. Apparatus 0.5m2 frame quadrat 2 marking poles Tape measure Method This investigation will be conducted when the tide is low on the rocky shore at Scarborough. In order to record a sample of the species along the rocky shore, an interrupted belt transect will be used to ensure

  • History Of The Clarinet

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    five different sections, the mouthpiece, the barrel, the upper section, the lower section, and the bell. The length of the entire instrument is 60 cm long. The mouthpiece section consists of a slotted cylinder, to which a reed is attached by a metal clamp called a ligature. The mouthpiece plugs into the next section which is a barrel. The barrel is simply a connecting cylinder to which the mouthpiece and the upper section plugs into. The upper section is a cylindrical pipe consisting of 4 holes and