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  • A History of Lng

    A History of Lng

    The history of LNG is very diverse with many different factors contributing to what we know and use today. LNG stands for liquefied natural gas. This natural gas is drilled for and extracted from the earth in a gaseous state. LNG is a natural forming composite of methane, water, carbon

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  • A History of the Roman World

    A History of the Roman World

    A History of the Roman World By. Salmon, E.T The Book A History of the Roman World is about the history of Rome and the height of the Roman Empire. The book goes in great detail on the Emperors and the timeline of events in the Roman Empire, however, there

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  • A Look at Special Effects Throughout History

    A Look at Special Effects Throughout History

    In the beginning there were merely pictures, but not soon afterward people got bored with just looking at still images. That is when Alva Edison assigned his assistant, on his behalf, to invent something to record moving pictures (Rickitt 10). Out of that grew the Kinetoscope, which used a lantern

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  • A Love in Germany

    A Love in Germany

    " A Love in Germany" It is only safe to state that as the human race evolves so does the way of life, and there are numerous factors to take into consideration. The ways our customs and laws have changed throughout time have been mostly imposed by our instinct of

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  • A Man for All Season's

    A Man for All Season's

    A Man for All Seasons I believe Mr. Lobell assigned this movie/book to show us how early government operated, as with the ruling of King Henry VIII. And to open our minds to how questionable and twisted our government really possibly is. As well as how far the government will

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  • A Man for All Seasons

    A Man for All Seasons

    Introduction A women's leisure style changes abruptly upon the arrival of children because she is no longer only responsible for her personal needs, but the needs of other human beings. Her time is no longer her own; she coordinates eating, sleeping, school, and homework schedules. In addition to juggling these

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  • A Man for All Seasons

    A Man for All Seasons

    Introduction A women's leisure style changes abruptly upon the arrival of children because she is no longer only responsible for her personal needs, but the needs of other human beings. Her time is no longer her own; she coordinates eating, sleeping, school, and homework schedules. In addition to juggling these

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  • A Midsummer Night's Dream

    A Midsummer Night's Dream

    Some of the most prominent themes in A Midsummer Night's Dream are the omnipresence of love and desire and the tendencies of characters to manifest their defining traits. Helena and Hermia are two perfect examples of this. Hermia is the lover, and Helena the desirer, and both thrive off of

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  • A Mouse in Motion

    A Mouse in Motion

    A Mouse in Motion Throughout Maus, Art's father Vladek very humbly and unemphatically recounts tales of how he managed to survive the Holocaust. Through Spiegelman's recount of his father's story one realizes that the author is not attempting to present the horrors of the Holocaust in general, nor is he

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  • A New Perspective on the Spanish Conquest of Mexico

    A New Perspective on the Spanish Conquest of Mexico

    One of the most well known conquests of the all time is the conquest of Mexico by the Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes. This is a puzzling conquest to historians because while the Spanish had the advantage of technology, it shouldn't matter when compared to the Aztec's superior numbers and home

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  • A Path to a Dead End: Weimar Republic

    A Path to a Dead End: Weimar Republic

    A path to a dead end: the Weimar Republic's inevitable failure and the rise of Hitler to power. There were various factors that contributed to the failure of the Weimar Republic of Germany and the ascent of Hitler's National Socialist German Workers Party into power on January 30, 1933. Various

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  • A Peace Odyssey of Ireland

    A Peace Odyssey of Ireland

    2001: A Peace Odyssey? Introduction When I was in Ireland in 1997, I learned one important thing within few days: Do not ask, talk or enter into discussions about the contentious issues of politics and religion, and so I did not. However, it is impossible to touch Irish ground without

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  • A People and a Nation

    A People and a Nation

    Oral Cancer consists of cancer cells in the mouth, including the lip, gums cheeks, tongue, tonsils, and floor of the mouth. In 1992 there were approximately 11,500 new cases diagnosed and 2,200 deaths in the United States. It's a proven fact that more men then women are affected. The primary

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  • A Prom to Remember

    A Prom to Remember

    The first thought to the mind, when hearing the words “fiscal policy”, would be “What’s that?” Fiscal Policy is when the government takes actions to manipulate factors to help the economy. An example would be the Bush tax cuts. When President Bush cut the tax rate, it allowed workers to

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  • A Proud Filipino American

    A Proud Filipino American

    America is considered a melting pot of different ethnic groups. By today's standard, "American culture" is the result of a variety of races integrating their own cultural beliefs into American society. Throughout the years, the United States has seen a massive increase of people migrating from Asian countries; "they make

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  • A Re-Examination of the Sources of Gandhi's Satyagraha

    A Re-Examination of the Sources of Gandhi's Satyagraha

    A Re-examination of the sources of Gandhi's Satyagraha and its significance in the Indian Liberation movement Perhaps one of the most eminent figures in the history of India, Mohandas K. Gandhi, also known as the Mahatma, or "The Great Soul", was the spiritual and practical founder of active non-violent resistance,

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  • A Relationship of Relentless Hostility

    A Relationship of Relentless Hostility

    A Relationship of Relentless Hostility A Brief Introduction: Kashmir is bleeding. Ever since the partition of the Indian subcontinent by the British in 1947, India and Pakistan have been bitter rivals and the Kashmir conflict remains unresolved. During five decades, they have fought four wars. Three of those wars were

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  • A Semi-Brief History of the Visual Narrative

    A Semi-Brief History of the Visual Narrative

    Humans are as diverse as they are the same, even in their opinion of such a statement. There are billions of people communicating countless ideas in a multitude of languages the world over, yet somehow common themes and ideas transect the pages of history, excluding none. Here in the digital

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  • A Short Essay on the True Story of Ah Q

    A Short Essay on the True Story of Ah Q

    A short story on The True Story of Ah Q Two very important novels from Chinese literature were written in response to societies faults. Lu Hsun's short storie "The True Story of Ah Q" and Pa Chin's famous novel The Family, both commented on political and sociological problems that occurred

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  • A Shot That Ricocheted Through History

    A Shot That Ricocheted Through History

    " A Shot That Ricocheted Through History" Medgar Evers was a man who was not afraid to stand up for what he believed in. He believed that one-day blacks and whites would be able to associate with each other without racial interference. He would later die for what he believed

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  • A Single Nation

    A Single Nation

    Ever since the United States was declared a single nation, there was a dispute between the north and the south on whether owning slaves should be aloud. The north, not gaining any benefits of slaves because of the climate and production of different goods, didn't gain any benefit from salve

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  • A Soldiers Diary...

    A Soldiers Diary...

    26th April 1915 Dear Diary, I went to enlist for the Australian army. Everyone was applying for it so I decided why not? It would be adventurous, fun and exciting. Ð'Ñ"Ð'Ñ" And travelling somewhere other then home? Oh it just gets better. If IÐ'ÐŽÐ'¦m lucky enough and fight hard enough

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  • A Space of Amazing Proportions

    A Space of Amazing Proportions

    A Space of Amazing Proportions The basis of humanism can be summed up in the words of Protagoras, "Man is the measure of all things." Why were the Greek people so intrigued by the idea of ratios and proportions? What is the Golden Ratio and why is it so important?

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  • A Study of Small Sculpture from the Mesoamerican

    A Study of Small Sculpture from the Mesoamerican

    The Olmec, Maya, and Aztec were dominating societies of Mesoamerica, rich in culture, community, and art. While life may not be completely interpretable yet, much in known about how these societies were constructed, and how their religion dominated their lives. Much is generally made of their massive stonework, their ceremonial

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  • A Talk Between Enemies

    A Talk Between Enemies

    IntroÐ'.... To the individuals: Pasteur Bisimungu: President of Rwuanda from July 19, 1994 until March 23, 2000. He was an ethnic Hutu He is an ethnic Hutu born in the Gisenyi prefecture of Rwanda. He joined the primarily Tutsi Rwandese Patriotic Front when his brother, a colonel in the Rwandan

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  • A Time to Kill

    A Time to Kill

    "A Time to kill is a movie for everyone tohate or love. There is a handsome white lawyer(Jake) who risk eveything to save a black man, who has taken the law into his own hands by avenging's his daughter's brutal beating and rape. We see a politically motivated NAACP who

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  • A Time to Kill

    A Time to Kill

    A Time to Kill Are things the same now in your life than 5 years ago? Everything in our life is based on change. We would not be where we were today without changes. We have to deal with these changes in our everyday life whether they are bad or

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  • A Tour of an Era

    A Tour of an Era

    A Tour of an Era I went into this project with a mind like that of a travel guide as I tried to make this more of an informative tour than a straight tour of the areas I chose. I chose my ten areas after much thought and even though

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  • A Two Front War

    A Two Front War

    A Two-Front War Throughout the course of history there has been no conflict as cataclysmic and defining as that of World War II. In his book, The Good Fight, How WWII Was Won, author Stephen E. Ambrose called it "the greatest catastrophe in history" (4). This war was truly deserving

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  • A Two-Sided Coin - Exploring the Extent of the Mongols’ Barbarity

    A Two-Sided Coin - Exploring the Extent of the Mongols’ Barbarity

    A Two-Sided Coin: Exploring the Extent of the Mongols’ Barbarity In the early years of the Mongol Empire, its main focus was gaining land and power. They did this by ruthlessly pillaging innocent villages and towns, and also by destroying their opponents in battle. However, once the empire became larger

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