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  • Lost Horizon - 717 words
    Hilton, James. Lost Horizon. New York: William Morrow and Company,1939. I read Lost Horizon for my book report. The main characters in this story are Conway, Mallinson, Barnard, and Miss Brinklow. Conway was a man of thirty-seven years old who didn't have a wife or any other family. Mallinson was a young man of about twenty or so who was not married yet either. Barnard was a middle-aged man that was without a wife or family also. Miss Brinklow was a woman of around the age of fifty. This story was about four passengers on an aeroplane that was supposed to be going to Peshawar from Baskul. While they were on the trip, they noticed that the pilot wasn't keeping a straight course to Peshawar, s ...
  • Library - 1,229 words
    BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- Two explosions rocked western Baghdad's al-Shu'lah neighborhood near a Shiite Muslim mosque on Sunday, killing at least 15 people and wounding at least 57, Iraqi police said.The first blast was triggered near the mosque -- and when people gathered near the scene, a suicide car bomber drove into the crowd and detonated the vehicle in the second blast, police said.Word of the blasts in the capital came just hours after news of two suicide car bombs in Tikrit, about 90 miles (150 km) north of Baghdad.The bombs exploded just 15 minutes and a short distance apart, killing at least six people and wounding 26 at an Iraqi Police Academy in Tikrit, according to an official with ...
  • Looking Closely At Act 5 Sc 3 And Act 3 Sc 3 How Does Shakespeare Make Coriolanus Into A Tragic Character? - 1,846 words
    A tragedy typically deals with the downfall of an important character, in a serious play, via a fatal flaw. The audience would feel upset for the character as his weakness is not his fault and his in his nature. A tragedy has an unhappy ending or ongoing poignant events and during Act 5 sc3 and Act 3 sc3 in Shakespeare's Coriolanus many of these take place.Coriolanus' weakness is his honesty. As we see later others know how to manipulate this which in turn brings him to his demise. Although he is modest and honourable the common people despise him as he is arrogant about his fighting skills and constantly insults them. "You dissentious rouges, that, rubbing the poor itch of opinion make your ...
  • Lenzs Law And Faradays Law Of Induction - 627 words
    Lenz's Law and Faraday's Law of Induction1. With this definition of the flux being , we can now return to Faraday'sinvestigations. He found that the magnitude of the emf produced depends on therate at which the magnetic flux changes. Faraday found that if the flux throughN loops of wire changes by an amount , during a time delta t, the averageinduced emf during this time isThis fundamental result is known as Faraday's law of induction.The minus sign is placed there to remind us in which direction theinduced emf acts. Experiment shows that an induced emf always gives rise to acurrent whose magnetic field opposes the original change in flux. This is knowna Lenz's law. Let us apply it to the ca ...
  • London - Poetry Analysis - 395 words
    In this poem, Blake is trying to dispel the myth of grandeur and glory associated with London and to show the 'real' people of London and how they felt. London was seen and portrayed as a powerful and wonderful city where the wealthy lived and socialised. However, Blake knew that London was really a dirty, depressing and poverty-stricken city filled with slums and the homeless and chronically sick. To reveal the truth, Blake combines description of people and places with the thoughts and emotions of the people. For example, the second stanza says:'In every cry of every Man,In every Infants cry of fear,In every voice: in every ban,The mind forg'd manacles I hear'Blake combines the description ...
  • Long-term Cause Of The Russian - 553 words
    In 1812 Czar Alexander the First had sworn an oath that Russia would never make peace as long as an enemy stood on Russian soil. Little did he know that not much more than a century later the enemy was those who were native to the Russian soil-the people. The Russian Revolution was an event that shaped the rest of the 20th century worldwide. The causes of the revolution go back many years before the actual revolution had even showed signs of breaking out. The causes included a weak government, indecisive leaders and, a very backwards way of life for the people. In the mid to late 19th century Russian leaders came to understand that Russia was backwards in it's ways and that it must strive to ...
  • Lipsets American Creed - 894 words
    Lipset's American Creed Liberty. Egalitarianism. Individualism. Populism. Laissez-faire.These five concepts embody the 'American creed' as described by author SeymourMartin Lipset. Lipset feels that this 'American creed' is representative of anideology that all Americans share. Lipset's argument is on shaky ground,however, when scrutinized under the microscope of race. Racial relations inthis country do much to undermine the validity of Lipset's argument, especiallythe concepts of egalitarianism and populism. Take, for example, The Deforming Mirror of Truth, the introduction to abook by Nathan Huggins entitled Black Odyssey: The African-American Ordeal inSlavery. This introduction focuses on ...
  • Lpp Usage - 316 words
    LPP UsageOperational Risk Management1. Identify Hazards- LPP damaged or inoperable.- Marines not trained on how to use LPP.- Air bottles not filled.2. Assess HazardsUsing the following matrix, you will get your risk assessment (Severity x Probability = Risk).Mishap Probability A B C D Hazard I 1 1 2 3 Severity II 1 2 3 4 III 2 3 4 5 IV 3 4 5 5Probability: A. Expected to occur frequentlyB. Probable will occur in timeC. May occur in timeD. Unlikely to occurSeverity: I. May cause / death permanent disability II. May cause partial disability III. May cause minor injuryIV. Presents minimal threat to personal safety or health, or property, but is still in violation of a standard.Risk Assessment Co ...
  • Lines 96-113 (poem) In Doctor Faustus - 1,080 words
    The truth that ambition and desire for material objects does not always satisfy the soul is a major theme depicted in Christopher Marlowe's Doctor Faustus. The poem on page 93, lines 96-113 is the essence of this theme. It describes Faustus meeting, what he believes, is the icon of perfection. This perfection is a mere human women, yet, to Faustus, she is worth his life. Marlowe's use of syntax and diction, allusions and references, and other literary devices throughout this monologue give support to the theme while adding rich symbolic images. The first example of diction in the monologue is the use of the saying, "the face that launched a thousand ships" (l. 96). This is a commonly applied ...
  • Leonardo - 760 words
    Leonardo da Vinci Leonardo da Vinci was an all around Renaissance Man, who accomplished many things during his life. He was a celebrated painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, scientist and inventor. Innovations of his paintings influenced Italian art a century after his death. His scientific studies such as anatomy, optics, and hydraulics led to the development of modern science. He was born in a town in Tuscany, near Florence. His dad was a wealthy Florentine notary, and his mom was peasant woman. In the mid-1460's his family and he settled in Florence, where he was given the best education that a major intellectual and artistic center could offer. There he rapidly advanced socially and i ...
  • Legalization Of Marijuana - 825 words
    Legalization of MarijuanaFrom the executive that sits behind his desk collecting his money, to the drug dealer on the street trying to make his money in order to survive, the drug dealing business gives money to criminals, while innocent users are being put away in jail. The issue of legalization and/or decriminalization of marijuana use have been a highly controversial issue over the years. At present, it is a crime to possess and use the drug commonly known as weed or pot. While the government has spent almost 10 billion dollars a year fighting the war on drugs, members of the medical field have spent their dollars in much wiser ways(): Medicinal Marijuana. Presently, there has been no res ...
  • Lost - 1,737 words
    'Hello?' 'Mike, it's Alex. Victoria was in a car accident last night...' 'Oh my God! Is it serious?' 'Yes, it's pretty serious. She's still unconscious. Hey listen, buddy, I have to go out of town for a while and I was wondering if you could call the hospital every once in a while because apparently somebody she knows should be around after she wakes up. It sounds kind of silly to me but...' 'I'm leaving right now.' 'Do what you want, Mike. Why don't you get some more sleep; after all it's three in the morning. I've got to go- my plane leaves in an hour. Thanks so much for bailing me out at such short notice, old pal.' 'Hey no problem, buddy, it's only your wife; no need to be worried or any ...
  • Lucent Technologies - 588 words
    Lucent TechnologiesBACKGROUND In 1996, AT&T decided to split into three different companies. Thesenew companies were the new AT&T, NCR, and Lucent Technologies. LucentTechnologies is one of the leading designers, developers, and manufacturers oftelecommunications systems, software, and products.1 They are beginning toemerge as a Fortune 40 company. Lucent Technologies builds local networks,business telephone systems, and consumer telephones that access the globalnetworks.2 Lucent Technologies was launched with an initial public stockoffering in April.3 AT&T owns an 82% share of the company.4KEY PERSONNEL Lucent technologies has 125,000 employees worldwide. Approximately 82%of its employees c ...
  • Lets Make The World A No Clone Zone - 836 words
    Let's Make the World a No-Clone Zone "Let's Make the World a No-Clone Zone" is a very straightforward and powerful article which lists many reasons why anything and everything about cloning should be illegal. In her article Therese M. Lysaught acknowledges there is plenty of factual information or counter evidence that her opposition might use to fight her argument. Her purpose for writing this article is to get it set in peoples minds that cloning is morally and ethically wrong and should be banned completely. At the start of the article Therese has a very good thesis; "Banning the use of cloning to create babies doesn't go far enough, Even so-called 'therapeutic' or 'research' cloning invo ...
  • Lesson Learned - 320 words
    Lesson LearnedA History of My Writing The experiences that shaped my ability as a writer are easy for me to recall. I had a very supportive English teacher my first two years of high school. I also scored perfectly on my writing essay for the G.E.D. practice test, and nearly perfect on the G.E.D. test. These experiences impacted the way that I write now. Mr. Geller was a very intense man who demanded the best from his students. I had him for English I my freshman year, and I mistakenly thought the class would be easy. After damaging the nerves in my arm from carrying a heavy backpack, I was assigned an essay topic titled, "High School Lockers and Your Health". I scored well on essays in his ...
  • Lawrence Ferlinghetti: An American Poet - 1,008 words
    Lawrence Ferlinghetti is an American poet best known as a leader of the beat movement of the 1950's. The beats were writers who condemned commercialism and middle-class American values. Ferlinghetti writes in colloquial free verse. His poetry describes the need to release literature and life from conformity and timidity. He believes drugs, Zen Buddhism, and emotional and physical love can open the soul to truth and beauty.Lawrence Ferlinghetti was born in Yonkers, New York, in 1919. After spending his early childhood in France, he received his B.A. from the University of North Carolina, an M.A. from Columbia University, and a Ph.D. from the Sorbonne. During World War II he served in the US N ...
  • Love Loss And The Court Of King Claudius - 708 words
    Emily HuskinsEnglish IV (H) December 9, 1999Love, Loss, and the Court of King Claudius Shakespeare worked with the simplest of principals, writing at the mind's ownspeed, using everything he read, but reworking it first, and depending upon characters forthe defining trait or flaw. One theme which constantly emerges throughout Hamlet is thetheme of love and loss, revealed by the characters of Hamlet, Laertes, and Ophelia. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, is a young man subjected to much heart ache in thecourse of this play. His first loss being the suspicious death of Hamlet's beloved andrespected father, Hamlet Sr. Even Hamlet's Uncle/Step-father, King Claudius, noted inspeaking with young Hamlet ...
  • Leaving Your City: Analysis - 712 words
    The Poem that I chose to analyze is Agha Shahid Ali's titled Leaving Your City. This is a very appropriate choice of title because it clarifies and helps you to understand the movement of the poem. We have the writer and another character meeting and spending time together and then they are not together and the title helps us to understand that the writer has left the city of the newly met companion. Also the title is not stated with in the poem and is not a real clich'e title so I believe that that makes it work even better. The way Ali has broken up this poem is very interesting. He makes use of full sentences and only uses capitalization at the beginning of each sentence. However the way ...
  • Lucy Gayheart - 495 words
    Lucy Gayheart is a young, spirited, intelligent music student from Havorford, on the South Platte River. In the winters, she attends a conservatory in Chicago, under the tutelage of Professor Auerbach. In Chicago, she lives in a room above a German bakery, where she takes her breakfasts and suppers. These small quarters do not distress her; indeed, she craves the solitude of her own will, her own piano, her own bed. She walks hungrily through Chicago, her appetite for life never disappointed by the thriving midwestern metropolis. She is beautiful, she is talented, and her young heart has never been broke. The year is 1901. At some point in everyone's life, you meet someone whom you think can ...
  • Locke, Mill, And Rousseau - 1,007 words
    John Locke, John Stuart Mill, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau all dealt with the issue of political freedom within a society. John Locke's "The Second Treatise of Government", Mill's "On Liberty", and Rousseau's "Discourse On The Origins of Inequality" are influential and compelling literary works which while outlining the conceptual framework of each thinker's ideal state present divergent visions of the very nature of man and his freedom. The three have somewhat different views regarding how much freedom man ought to have in political society because they have different views regarding man's basic potential for inherently good or evil behavior, as well as the ends or purpose of political societi ...

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