• Immigration 2 United States
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    Immigration: To first understand immigration one most look at why it is taking place. America, the great land of the free, created a new opportunity for many people from foreign countries to live out their dreams. It was a fast growing and very strong nation with lots of economic opportunities, from the gold rush and the building of the Rail Road to the many other new and growing areas of development. Each region of the world had their own reason for coming, but as individuals they all strived f...
  • Interpretation Of Ibsen's A Dolls House
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    Interpretation of Ibsen's 'A Doll's House' 'A Doll's House' is classified under the 'second phase' of Henrik Ibsen's career. It was during this period which he made the transition from mythical and historical dramas to plays dealing with social problems. It was the first in a series investigating the tensions of family life. Written during the Victorian era, the controversial play featuring a female protagonist seeking individuality stirred up more controversy than any of his other works. In con...
  • Importance Of The Concept Of Home In The Seafarer
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    "Home is where the heart is." Discuss in relationship to the seafarer. This is an interesting concept to apply to The Seafarer, whose narrator seems to feel a sense of belonging whilst travelling the sea despite the fact that he is obviously disillusioned with its hardships. The main character undergoes a transformation in what he considers home and this dramatically affects his life and lifestyle. Towards the end of The Seafarer the poet forces us to consider our mortality, and seems to push th...
  • I Am One Of You Forever
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    Luden Sorrells What is it about the smell of whisky that soothes a man's soul? Recently I went to visit my family, the Robert's, in the mountains of North Carolina. The first thing I did when I stepped out of the car was try and smell that glorious aroma. My name is Luden Sorrells. Better known back home as Uncle Luden. I have what some might call a monarch reputation as a drinking man. I moved away from home at the age of sixteen and headed toward California on my motorcycle. Although I've bee...
  • Importance Of Forecasting And Controlling Errors
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    "I have seen the future and it is very much like the present, only longer." says Keh log Al bran in his book The Profit. This pseudo-philosophy is actually a concise description of forecasting, the science of predicting future events. From an operational point of view, market opportunities are the driving force behind production decisions and these opportunities are compiled in the form of demand forecasting which then provides the input for planning production: process design, capacity planning...
  • Igor Stravinsky Music Rimsky Diaghilev
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    IGOR STRAVINSKY Igor Stravinsky is considered by many the greatest composer of the 20 th Century. Several composers have made breakthroughs and great accomplishments in the past 100 years, but Stravinsky has dominated nearly every trend set. He was born near St. Petersburg, Russia in Oranienbaum, on June 17, 1882. He was born to a famous Russian bass opera singer, Fyodor Ignatyevich Stravinsky. Igor Stravinsky was third of a family of four boys. He grew up hearing his father practicing his oper...
  • Ira Remsen Johns Hopkins
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    The life of Ira Remsen Ira Remsen was born on February 10, 1846 in New York city. Even though he was born in the United States, he was educated in Germany. He received his M. D. at Columbia University in 1867 and he also earned a Ph. D. at the University of Munich and Gtt ingen in Germany. After receiving his degrees, Remsen began his investigation in pure chemistry at the University of T bingen. It was in Germany and in Europe Remsen did most of his research. In 1876 he returned to the United ...
  • Islam Terrorism Jihad And Media
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    Islam, Terrorism, Jihad and Media bomb goes off in a marketplace in Tel Aviv. A suicide bomber launches himself in a bus full of people in the street of Baghdad. Foreign tourists get massacred at a holiday resort in Nairobi, Kenya. This can go on and on. We all have heard this kind of pathetic news in the media. These kinds of incidents are widely known as Islamic terrorism according to the western media. All such incidents have come to be identified with the religion of Islam. Such incidents f...
  • Is Antigone A Tragic Play As D
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    Is Antigone a tragic play as defined by Aristotle? Antigone is not a tragic play. Rather it is a theological debate spawned by Sophocles, a debate that is still raging today, the debate of who holds the higher law, the Gods or the State. While this debate has slowly twisted into Church versus State, which is a very different argument, the highest questions still remain the same: Which one is held higher in men's (and women's) hearts? Antigone answers this question with shocking clarity in her ad...
  • Interracial Relationships People One Dating
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    Interracial relationships, although a rising occurrence, are a very controversial topic in America's society today. On one side of the spectrum there are those who approve of interracial dating. One source insists that it is God's will to have interracial relationships (Christianson). Some people even go as far as believing that interracial relations stop the rate of racism. Most importantly, the people who believe in these relationships say that love is colorblind. No matter what color the pers...
  • Immune System Pig Pigs Xenotransplants
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    Introduction: Xenotransplants is the donating of living organs from two different species, especially monkeys and pigs to humans. Although xenotransplant is relatively recent, the idea and concept of if it dates back to the early 1900 s. The word xenotransplant comes from Greek. Xeno meaning stranger or foreigner and transplant comes from English. A transplant is replacing or adding an organ from another human. All together it means a transplant from a different species. A graft is the organ fr...
  • Iraq A Country On The Rise
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    Iraq: A Country on the RiseLauterbach, Kevin History, Period 4 January 7, 1996 Iraq is a country that is on the rise. After being crushed by allied troops for their invasion of Kuwait, they have begun the slow rebuilding process. In this report, I will discuss the basic geographic features of Iraq, and other various important features such as mineral wealth, vegetation, eat. Iraq's total area is 271, 128 square miles (just slightly more than twice the size of Idaho). It's capital, Baghdad, is lo...
  • Ive Part Participants Behaviour Group
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    Describe & Evaluate Two Explanations of the Behaviour of Crowds When people are alone, their behaviour can be different to when they are part of a crowd, and sometimes this change in behaviour can even lead to violence. When you consider that crowds exist in nearly all walks of life, such as work, sports and general social life, this can become a problem, so why is it that a persons behaviour does in fact change? There have been many studies in conjunction with crowd behaviour and they often fal...
  • Ichi No Tan Taira Yoshitsune Minamoto
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    n May 1180 Prince Mochihito, the son of Retired emperor Go-Shirakawa, issued a statement urging the Minamoto to rise against the Taira. While Mochihito would be killed in June and Minamoto Yorimasa crushed at the Battle of the Uji, a fire had been set. In September Minamoto Yoritomo, who had relieved Mochihito's call from Mi yoshi Yasukiyo, set about raising an army in the Province of Itu, where he had been in exile. There was an irony in the preceding events, as Taira Kiyomori had himself sown ...
  • Interracial Marriages African American
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    Interracial Relations: Marriages The United States has witnessed a considerable amount of social and cultural desegregation between African-Americans and Caucasians. However, despite years of desegregation, social and cultural differences still exist. One of these differences that still exists is in the institution of marriage. Americans have been and are continually moving slowly away from segregation. In the past forty years, a multitude of changes have transformed schools, jobs, voting booths...
  • Individuality Mary Anne
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    Individuality is a characteristic that sets you apart from everyone else. The author Tim O'Brien illustrates this through Rat Kiley, Kiowa and Mary Anne in his novel, The Things They Carried. Individuality shows the personality of a character, reveals the link between personality and the physical items the soldiers carried, and how individuality is used to create teamwork. When overlooking the personalities of the characters; they all are unique. Rat Kiley is the medic of the operation. He is o...
  • Ida Wells Barnett Memphis One Man
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    Ida Wells Barnett Ida Wells-Barnett was born in Holly Springs, Mississippi in 1862. She was the oldest of eight children. Ida was born of slaves, but her parents were able to support eight children. Her mother was a famous cook, and her father was a skilled carpenter. When Ida was only fourteen, an epidemic of Yellow Fever swept though Holly Spring and killed her parents and youngest sibling. She kept her family together by securing a job teaching. Ida managed to continue her education by atten...
  • International Criminal Court United Countries States
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    World Politics International Criminal Court In the United States when a criminal goes from state to state it is hard to tell who has jurisdiction over the case. This is a problem because different states have different laws. Also different states may have more sever punishment for a crime than another state. The same is true for international criminals. Many a time a criminal will leave the country in which they have committed the crime so as to avoid prosecution. Then the country they go to wil...
  • Irving Penn Art Work One
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    Irving Penn has always strive d for the best presentation of his work, he has become a master printer, revitalizing the platinum-palladium process as well as working with new techniques. The combination of innovative photography and meticulous printing has made Irving Penn one of the most significant photographers of the twentieth century.' Photographing a cake can be art,' Irving Penn said when he opened his studio in 1953. Before long he was backing up his statement with a series of advertisin...
  • Ibsen And Strindberg Hedda Gabler And Miss Julie
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    Compare and contrast the characters of Hedda Gabler and Miss Julie in the plays by Ibsen and Strindberg. Support your findings with comments on the writers attitudes to their characters. August Strindberg and Henrik Ibsen were both great playwrights of the 19 th century, and both played a large role in the evolution of modern day naturalism/ realism. The plays I will be discussing are Ibsens Hedda Gabler, (1890) and Strindbergs Miss Julie (1888). In Karens lecture on Strindberg, she told how the...