• Mythology Important Part Of History
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    Mythology: Important Part of History Bullfinch once said 'Mythology is the handmaid of literature... .' . That means that mythology is necessarily subservient or subordinate to literature. I personally think that is not true. Let me introduce myself. My name is Aphrodite, goddess of beauty and sexual desire. Mythology is important and interesting. In fact, I think I may be the most interesting of all the gods. Well, at least the most beautiful. In this auto biographical paper I will reveal to y...
  • A Biography Of Ralph Waldo Emerson
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    One of Americas most influential thinkers and authors was Ralph Waldo Emerson. Ralph Waldo Emerson was born in Boston on May 25, 1803. Emerson's dad died when he was only eight, which forced his mom to take in boarders to support the family's needs. When Emerson was only 14, he entered Harvard, where he ran became a sort of secretary for the president of the university. When he graduated Harvard, at age 18, he became a teacher. When he got tired or teaching, he enrolled in the Divinity School, i...
  • Brewton Famous Mill One
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    The history of Brewton all began one day in 1817 when the railroad was built. From their a town soon arose from railroad and lumber industry. It splurged into a wonderful city, where blueberries are famous. During 1818 there was a bar built on the corner of what is now Belleville and Douglas Avenue. This bar was called Willies. Famous for its beer and beautiful women, it was the center of the towns events. Soon after that began the flourish of the industrial revolution of Brewton. The lumber co...
  • History Of The Saddlebred
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    History of the American Saddlebred The American Saddlebred is famous for its beauty, intelligence, endurance and lofty action. The breed is considered the peacock of the show ring because of its flashy high action gaits, its strikingly long arched neck, and high set tail. As few written records were kept in early US history, little is known of the complete origins. However, through various pieces of information the puzzle of how this remarkable horse was bred has been put together to give some u...
  • Thoughts Of Socrates Plato And Aristotle
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    Three Athenian philosophers flourish in Greece from 470 B. C. until 320 B. C. These philosophers were famous for their schools of thought. The first of these is Socrates who lived from 469 until 399 B. C. He did not leave any writings behind; therefore, we know about his ways of thinking from those of whom he taught. His famous method of instruction called the Socratic method is still used today. In this method, the teacher allows students to use their own deductive reasoning to see things for ...
  • Started Famous Jackson Songs
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    She started off being a sister... of 5 big brothers! Who once formed the jackson 5. A famous black pop group When she was still a very young lady. She wanted to sing like her brothers... but her father who was the directer of the jackson 5 thought hat girls didn, t belong in the world of singing. Just men could resist all the badtemtation and hard emotional loss. But she sang by her own... until she reach the age of 16, a producer overheard her sing... and decided to have an interview with her....
  • New York Famous Manhattan People
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    New York City isn't the capital of USA and it isn't the capital of New York State, but residents of the "Big Apple" considering their city the capital of the globe. It is because New York is the home of the United Nations and the largest investment market in the world. When first immigrants came to this land, they bought Manhattan Island for $24 from local Indians. Then they founded there a first colony and now when people in New York talking about New Yorkers they usually talk about people, who...
  • Albert Einstein Theory World One
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    Albert Einstein Albert Einstein was an important person who changed the world of science. People referred to him as a genius, and as one of the smartest people in the world. Einstein devoted himself to solving the mysteries of the world, and he changed the way science is looked at today. Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879, in Ulm, Germany. Albert's speech was late in development; he didn't start talking until he was about three. Since he started talking late, his parents thought he was r...
  • Peter Ilynich Tchaikovsky Composer
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    " A Great Composer" Peter Ilynich Tchaikovsky was born on May 7, 1840. When Peter was born his family lived on a small estate in Votkinsk, a town near the Ural Mountains in central Russia. His father was French but his mother was Russian. She played the piano, and little Peter soon imitated her. His father had moved to Moscow when he was eight years old. When he later moved to Moscow, he attended the school of Jurisprudence. Sadly, Peter's mother died in the summer of 1854 of cholera. Peter lat...
  • Should There Be A Law Against Paparazzi
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    How about creating a law against the use of telephoto lens and parabolic listening devices? How about creating a new crime-One that will penalize those persisting and persuading photographers, the Paparazzi also known to celebrities as stalkarazzi who follow the rich and famous for the thousand dollars snapshot that reveals some special, intimate moment or an embarrassing one. Should there be a law rebuking such act? Should there be strict laws preventing press photographers (paparazzi) from pur...
  • To Be Great Is To Be Misunderstood
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    "To Be Great Is To Be Misunderstood" The quote that I chose for this essay is " To be great is to be misunderstood." I agree with this quote, and I believe that it applies to many people's lives. This quote, as I interpreted it, means that if you want to be a great at what you do you might be misunderstood sometimes. This quote applies to many famous people. For example Albert einstein was misunderstood in his life. He dropped out of high school which may not be considered such a great idea if y...
  • Dominican Republic Major People Famous
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    The Dominican Republic is the country to be explored. It is located in the Caribbean Sea and occupies sixty-six percent of the island of Hispaniola. The nickname of the Dominican Republic is the "Danang Dirty Bird." The Dominican Republic is located near the United States in the Caribbean Sea and mountains separate the Dominican Republic into northern, central, and southwest regions. The mountain with the lowest point is the Logo Enriquillo which is 46 meters, and the highest mountain is the Pic...
  • Stephen Crane Biography War Wrote Work
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    Stephen Crane Biography Stephen Crane was born in Newark, New Jersey on November 1, 1871. Stephen was the last of 14 children. His father a Methodist Minister died when he was nine. Stephen never cared much for school. He became well known as a social critic, journalist, and as a poet. He was original in his field of work. Crane attended Clave rack College also the Hudson River Institute, and the University of Syracuse for one semester where he was most known for playing baseball. Crane was obs...
  • El Toro Bravo Bull Bullfighting Fer
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    El toro bravo Bullfighting is a spectacle and a tradition that has evolved through out history. Many centuries ago the bull (El Toro bravo) lived on the Iberians Peninsula in Spain. Many different cultures have change the way of bullfighting. It started out for fun by the Iberians. They called the bull Ibiricus Taurus Bos. Bullfighting then progressed to the Creates, Greeks, Colors, Vis gaits, Moors and lastly the Christians. Each of them have changed bullfighting to what it is today. Many peop...
  • Mafia 2 John Gotti
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    Mafia Introduction - Power, money, and honor are three important values in American society. Nowhere are these three values more important, however, than to the American Mafia. Thesis - This paper will inform the reader of what the Mafia is, famous mobsters in the Mafia, and mob moneymakers. I Breakdown of Mafia A. General Mafia Terms B. History of the Mafia II Famous Mobsters A. Al Capone B. Frank Costello C. John Gotti III The Mob Moneymakers A. Prohibition B. Loan Sharking C. Hijacking Concl...
  • 7 Wise Men Of Rome
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    THE SEVEN WISE MEN In the ancient world of Greece there was a group of politicians and philosophers who in time became known as the Seven Wise Men. These men were Bias, Chilon, Cleobulus, Periander, Pittacus, Solon, and Thales. Thales of Miletus was the first known Greek philosopher. He is believed to have predicted an eclipse of the sun in 585 BC. He stated that water, air, and fire were the driving forces behind everything in nature. He was also a mathematician. His mathematical theories incl...
  • Mae Space Famous Woman
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    May 6, 2001 "Report of a Famous Woman" Hi it's me again and I am doing another report. This time my report is on a famous woman. The woman I am writhing about is named Mae Jemison. Mae is famous because she was the first African American to travel into space. I am righting about her because I am interested in astronauts. Mae was born on October 17, 1956 in Decatur Alabama. While Mae was still young she and her family moved to Chicago, Illinois. Mae was the youngest child in her family. She had ...
  • Role Of Media In The Death Princess Diana
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    The Role Of Media in the Death of Princess Diana The Role of the Media in the Death of Princess Diana: Posed is the question: 'where does responsible journalism end and dangerous exploitation begin? This seminar paper will discuss the role, responsibility and ethics of the media in the death of the Princess of Wales. Princess Diana died August 31, 1997 in a tragic car crash along with her companion Dodi al Faced and the car's driver. Many believed the cause was the paparazzi. Later it was found ...
  • American Flag Betsy Ross
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    Betsy Ross lived from 1752 to 1836. She was born to Elizabeth Gris com in Philadelphia. In 1773 she ran away with John Ross to get married. But her husband died three years after they got married so Betsy took over his upholstery business. In 1777 there was a great revolt between colonies, which was called the Boston Tea Party. Since her job was a seamstress at her former husband? s upholstery business, it was tradition that George Washington call on her to ask her to design and sew a national ...
  • Arc De Triomphe Jeremy
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    Jeremy Crowe 1 Arch de Triomphe The famous Arch de Triomphe was a monument of all the battles Napoleon won during his rein in France. The Arch was dedicated to Paris in 1836. The designer of the Arch was a man named named Jean Francois-Therese Chagrin. The designer wanted it to be an impresive Arch so he made the arch 165 feet high and 145 feet long. And on the Arch he in graved the names of Napoleons generals. The Arch also has the names of the battles his army won, engraved on stone shields wh...