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    Warnings in Shakespeare's Sonnet 95

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    Warnings in Shakespeare's Sonnet 95 William Shakespeare is the master of subtle humor and sexual puns.  In his "Sonnet 95," a poem to a blond young man, both are seen while pointing out a couple of realities about sexual sin.  He speaks directly to a young man whose physical beauty compensates for his lack of sexual morality. Shakespeare would like for this young man to realize that his handsomeness is the sole aspect of his person that prevents absolute disapproval of his

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    MIRANDA WARNING 2 The Duhaime’s Law Dictionary defines Miranda Warning as: “A requirement that police officers, in the U.S.A., before any questioning is so begun, warn suspects upon arrest that they have the right to remain silent, that any statement that they make could be used against them in a court of law, that they have the right to contact a lawyer and that if they cannot afford a lawyer, that one will be provided”. If an officer fails to read the Miranda warning prior to questioning

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    Landslides Warning System INTRODUCTION Landslides are the down slope movement of mass of land, rock, soil, or related debris. In most mass movement, water plays a pivotal role by assisting in the decomposition and loosening of rock, lubricating rock and soil surfaces to enhance the beginning of movement, adding weight to an incipient landslide, and imparting a buoyancy to the individual particles, which helps overcome the inertia to move. Landslides can also be triggered from volcanic

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    Disaster Warnings Just 20 seconds might save a life, a house or a school. The new regional earthquake warning system is designed to promote those 20 seconds that could save people from a disaster. The Earthquake Early Warning System can detect small to large earthquakes very quickly so that a warning could be sent out before destructive seismic waves arrive. It will also give a warning of the intensity of the shaking. These warnings would allow people to take protective actions, such as allowing

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    paper provides an overlook about the Miranda Warning. The five parts of the Miranda warning are analyzed for an unaware person about the law. Each part of the Miranda warning is given and explained to make an unaware person know exactly what it means. It explains how the Miranda warning is an appropriate balance between the defendant’s rights and it still enables law enforcement to do their job duties. The Supreme Court wants to pull back the Miranda Warnings in the near future. The writer is against

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    participant of the crime could make a statement, confession, refusal, corroborated with self-supporting documentation that could yield a guilty allegation or it could gather a determining guilt (Orthman, Hess, 2013). Identify the rule when Miranda warnings are required. Most citizens believe that if they are arrested and not read their Miranda rights then they can leave without punishment, not the case what so ever. In situations that the police neglect to read a suspect their rights the prosecutor

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    help, not just the people made, when a disaster strikes. We also need everyone to come together as “one” so we can make it through the problems. As a society, we need to make sure that we have government support, school emergency plans, community warning systems, and we need to know how much money the damage will cost. All of this will help us in the future with how we prepare and how we deal with natural disasters. A very important start to helping others when a disaster happens is what the government

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    and relate these issues to a historical case. Later, we will carefully analysis the situation and see if we could resolve the issues or not. We will then go over how these issues could have been prevent from happening. Law Enforcement and Miranda Warnings The FTL should have told the arresting officer once he realized the suspect did not speak English, he should have notified his supervisor. If the young male was a juvenile, the officer should make sure to contact the suspect’s parents or legal guardian

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    concept of early warning (EW) and rapid response (RR); obtaining knowledge to synthesise a way to assist in the mitigation of conflict. In this sense, EW and RR are irrefutable necessities. There is a need to actively engage in crisis prevention initiating a prognosis of when, why and where conflict will erupt (Austin, 2004: 2). The ultimate goal of EW and RR is not to predi... ... middle of paper ... ...eved from http://www.gppac.net/documents/130492842/130493035/Early+Warning+and+Ea Nyheim,

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    believe that graphic warnings would be one of the ways to reduce the number of people smoking, and prevent from diseases such as cancer, or lung problems. However, tobacco industries oppose to this movement because it is effecting their profits and reputation. This is a very egoistic perspective because they use the population to become a profitable company while millions of people suffer on that. People has been fighting with this issue since century where graphic warnings have not been fully accepted

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