• Understanding Shakespeare Foreign Language
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    Understanding Shakespeare: The Power of Footnotes and Paraphrase Objectives: The students will... 1. Compare Shakespeare's language to a moderately familiar foreign language. 2. Apply the techniques of reading a foreign language to reading Shakespeare. 3. Translate Shakespeare's English into modern English by means of class discussion, teamwork and individual study. Methods: The teacher begins by presenting an identifiable text to the students in a foreign language. The students are to identify...
  • United States Terrorist American Organizations
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    AMERICANS THAT TERRORIZE AMERICANS With the cold war still thawing out and terrorism on the rise, there is a fear within the borders of the world's greatest nation. This is a new kind of fear, especially in light of the recent attack on the World Trade Center, and even radical solutions are being considered. The United States for the most part of the last fifty years has felt an adequate sense of security from the "evils of the world", but now that blanket of freedom has been threatened from wit...
  • U S And Japan Car Industries
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    U. S and Japan Car Industries It is unfortunate that the U. S. chose to use automobiles as its wedge to open the alleged 'closed' markets of Japan. One Japan-based managing executive of the Big Three has even admitted that they consider the Japanese automobile market to be open. Japan is not the island of protectionism in a sea of free trade that its critic allege. The problem for the U. S. auto-makers is not a lack of market access, but a lack of effort. The first step required for the U. S. ...
  • Useful Bacteria Organisms Disease Humans
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    Useful bacteria What association usually comes to mind when we think about bacteria Most likely at the mention of bacteria, we think of germs and of disease and of how we need to sterilize to keep them from harming us. Most of us, however, tend to ignore the fact that although humans do their best each day to cook and sterilize away the tiny micro-organisms known as bacteria, there are literally thousands and thousands that surround and affect our lives uniquely every day. Were it not for these ...
  • United States China People One
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    China And It s Differences China is very different from us especially their rules and government. In China each family is only allowed to have one child. If they choose to have to have two or more children, that family would be fined. If one of your children died, you were allowed to have one more child. When that child is born, you must schedule a meeting with an advisor and pay money to have that child registered meaning state the child is alive. The purpose of this is for that child can go t...
  • United States Diversity Age Employers
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    Abstract This paper is aimed at providing a framework for discussion of diversity and how it pairs with demographic characteristics. It is divided into four parts. Part I represents diversity in the workforce, which reflects the rational of organizations and how they handle diversity in the occupations of their workers. Parts II characterize diversity and age, as it responds to the fact that older people have the skill set to keep them working well past retirement age. Part III denotes religion,...
  • United States Drugs Drug Government
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    Legalization of drugs is probably the only way with which we can preserve some of the sanity still left in this world. The war on drugs is costing us over 100 billion dollars to fight each year, and were only fighting a monster which we are making bigger with each punch. Its not drugs, but drug laws themselves that have created this monster. Drug use is part of human nature, but the unimaginable wealth involved leads to the corruption of the police, judges, and elected officials. There is no rea...
  • United States Race Social Caste
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    Treatment or consideration based on class or category rather than individual merit; partiality or prejudice: racial discrimination. Unfortunatly this is something that americans deal with every day. Weather it is at school, at work or even in a public space, racial discrimination has been haunting our nation for hundreds of years now. There are many factors that go into determining the path a person's life may take; the most significant of these is the social class into which he or she is born. ...
  • Universals V Tropes Space And Time
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    In examining the world around us we notice many similarities. There is a great deal of reoccurrence, which we can not help but to notice. The same shape occurs over and over in so many different objects. Rings, cans, bottles, candies, the same property we term roundness is found in all these objects. Likewise we see the same color in so many different objects. Often people say these recurrences make the world a dull place. The same set of properties continuously shows up. The best we can hope f...
  • United States Countries Communist America
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    There are many factors, which influenced the United States into changing their foreign policy during the early years of the Cold War. These adaptations they made were intended to further protect the American way of life. New technology and ideologies brought about new threats that had never been dealt with before. Change was necessary to protect against these new concepts. The introduction of the atomic bomb prompted United States officials to try to regulate its development in foreign "unstabl...
  • United States Bush Fox Immigration
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    US and Mexico Looking for a Resolution by Paul Heim el For the first time in American history, a President is placing Hispanic voters at the center of politics. George W. Bush has his administration have recently been concerting their efforts towards unifying the United States and Mexico, a task that has been on the priority list of past Presidents, but never as full-pledged as Bush. It makes sense if you think about it: Texas, long ago and far away, was part of Mexico. Now a Texan is trying to ...
  • Us Mexico Relations United States
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    Poor Mexico, so far from God, and so close to the United States. -Pofirio Diaz Mexico is one of the most populated and industrialized of the third world nations, yet it remains very impoverished in comparison to its northern neighbor. Recently Mexico has been the third largest trading partner of the United States, has become an important exporter of petroleum and plays a pivotal role in the politics of the region. Yet Mexico is frequently treated with neglect and misunderstanding by the United S...
  • United States Japanese British War
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    1940. 1940 Germany Invades Norway - German forces invaded Norway and Denmark. Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim, Stavanger and Narvik were rapidly taken. Nav arik was retaken by a British force, but the British were soon forced to withdraw from the town. By the end of the month, the Germans had broken the stiff Norwegian opposition, and the Norwegians were forced to surrender... 1941. 1941 Penicillin Used To Treat a Human - (2/12/41) For the first time, penicillin was used to treat a human patient. Penic...
  • Upton Sinclair's Book The Jungle
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    Upton Sinclair, he wrote a book called "The Jungle." The book was about the meat packing industry's in Chicago. What would the city of Chicago's meat industry be like without Upton Sinclair The book described what the meat industry's were putting in the meat that the people of Chicago ate back in the early 1900's. Upton Sinclair was a muckraker in the 1900's, this period of time (the 1900's). Upton Sinclair and The Jungle made a positive impact on the city of Chicago. Sinclair lobbied for meat p...
  • Understanding Abstract Art Artist Artists Subject
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    Almost all artwork in the western world has depicted a subject easily recognizable to the viewer up until the beginning of this century. Art without a recognizable subject matter, known as abstract art, is unique to this period. Abstract art hasnt been analyzed on its own in as much detail as other styles of art more easily defined. Instead it often times gets placed in a more general category called Modernism. This, perhaps, is a result of its diversity. Artists working in the abstract genre d...
  • United States Vietnam North South
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    When many people think about the 1960 s, Vietnam and President John F. Kennedy (JFK) come to mind, and for a good reason for that period in history changed millions of lives. Faced with the possible spread of communism through Asia, JFK stayed with his word to fight communism, thus the Vietnam conflict as we know today was started. In the early 1900 s, France conquered Vietnam and made it a protectorate, which is a relationship of protection and partial control assumed by a superior power over a...
  • United States Germany 1997 Market
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    INDUSTRY IN GERMANY Country Issues Country issues related to Germany are addressed in four contexts. The areas of consideration are (1) cultural, social, and demographic trends and concerns, (2) political / governmental concerns, (3) exchange rate issues, and (4) macroeconomic issues. Cultural, Social, and Demographic Trends and Concerns Germany is the slightly larger then the combined size of Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York. (137, 691 square miles. ) Germany is a nation of 81. 5 million people...
  • United State Egypt Amendments Egyptians
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    While everyone is focusing on the war in Libya, the revolution is still playing out in Egypt - a vital fact that its neighbors and other nations should not forget. The mostly peaceful protests that overthrew President Hosni Mubarak six weeks ago were just the first phase in a transition to what, we hope, will be a democratic future. Egypt is the most important Arab country and the touchstone for change in the Arab world. Egyptians are going to have to exert maximum commitment - over decades - to...
  • United States Slavery South Nation
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    North and South The United States of America, the great democratic experiment, was just that. Not since the great Greek culture had a government of, for, and by the people existed. The entire world felt, that on a large scale, democracy would inevitably lead to anarchy; our founding fathers were determined to prove them wrong. But as the political stand off with the British became a secession issue, a great issue split the future nation. Slavery, a southern necessity, both social and economic, t...
  • Unified Shilla Sokkuram Buddhist Grotto
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    korean temple By: in tma 1 Talk about irony. Buddhist monks, those shaven-headed figures in gray robes, choose to leave this earthly world (that is, mundane society) in favor of an ascetic existence based on prayer and self-denial. But now their unworldly lifestyle is becoming a tourist product... with the monastics' approval! Monastic life as a tourist attraction It's part of a global craze for monasticism. From the Himalayas to the Hudson River, monks are in. Japanese salary men are chucking ...