• Sharing Love Not Chrysanthemums
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    Sharing Love, Not Chrysanthemums The effects on Elisa from sharing her plants are not normal, at least compared to an ordinary gardeners sharing of plants, in Steinbecks The Chrysanthemums. Elisa is a sexually frustrated woman who cares for chrysanthemums in order to gain the happiness and stimulation that she doesnt get from her husband, Henry. After reading the beginning of the story, Elisa could be described as an unclean and unattractive woman with no real reason to care for her body. Henry ...
  • Paper Abuse Pot
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    "Lets go smoke some weed man" now when that question gets asked to you, you might have to say no. Why is that? You think of the consequences that could come to you if you do it and get caught. As of now pot is illegal and most parents don't accept there kid smoking weed. So in this paper I will tell you why pot should be legal. I will also give some things that have been said negative and I will disprove them. I will also discuss about hemp, what marijuana is and where it comes from. Also as yo...
  • Clean Sanitize Wort Boil Beer
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    Introduction There are thousands of different styles of beer in the world today but the one thing they all have in common is that the brewing process has been the same for 4, 500 years (Papazian, 2003). The steps are basic: clean the equipment, make the wort, ferment, and bottle. There are many books on brewing beer and they are exhaustive with theory. This being the case, the fermentation process, and the bottling will not be cover herein. By following these simple instructions, anyone can make...
  • The Need To Legalize Pot
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    The Need To Legalize Pot Just in, California has become the first state to legalize pot! Unfortunately, for all you proud owners of a two-foot-bong or a three-inch bowl, you must have a prescription from a medical doctor before you light up. Perhapsit's only a crack in the ice, but it is a start to a long-awaited, controversial issue that needs to be touched upon again. In the fall of 1996, Proposition 215 was passed in California, legalizing the medical use of marijuana. Even though the majorit...
  • What Effects Does Crowing Have On Bean Plants
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    What effect does crowding have on bean plants? My prediction was that crowding would have no effect on them. I predicted it this way because plants are made to grow in tough conditions and I did ent think crowding would have any effect. Materials needed to experiment. 2 Planting pots Planting soil 4 Bean seedsWaterRulerSupport stick Notebook Procedure: Take your planting pot fill with planting soil a little above half way. Take your seeds but before you plant them weigh them for data. Once you h...
  • Discriminalize Marijuana Rolling Stone
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    John B. Pattison Cynthia Quam English II 11/6/99 Decriminalization of Marijuana Think for a minute about alcohol. It's something we are well accustomed to in our every day lives. We associate it with celebrations, parties, relaxation, and many other things that involve leisure. What else do we associate alcohol with How about drunk driving and the deaths that occur as well. The thought of alcoholism and the destruction of the body as well families might spring in to mind. Now think about mariju...
  • Melting Pot Or Mosaic Which One
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    Melting Pot or Mosaic, which one? Culture is a behavior that consists of several critical elements, such as language, religion, race and ethnicity, clothing and politics. Culture is what one does in his / her daily life. In order to understand others, we must first keep in mind that every culture carries its own set of values and assumptions. Culture is an evolving, ever changing civilization, which includes several different groups people. For immigrants, America is a land of opportunity; for o...
  • Marijuana Federal Law
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    Marijuana: Persuasive Essay In California there is still more controversial debate over the use of marijuana for medical purposes. The advantage with using marijuana for medical reason is, it eases the pain, and relaxes them so they can enjoy the rest of their life. For these terminally ill patients the marijuana also makes them happy and enjoyable to be around. The disadvantage is that after smoking it for an extended period of time the majority of the patients will develop lung cancer. That is...
  • The Legalization Of Marijuana
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    The legalization of marijuana Marijuana, reefer, bud, weed, pot -- however you refer to it -- is that illegal, highly popular drug that affects a large percentage of America's teenage population today. Every year, the government has tax payers spend billions of dollars for prohibition of this drug. Doesn't that seen a little pointless to you? If 98% of the teenage population does or had tried smoking pot, then I guess that shows that these billions of dollars are definitely being used wisely. Co...
  • Competition Percent Yield
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    INTRODUCTION: Competition occurs between any organisms living in a mutual habitat. Whether it is for food, water, shelter, or a mate, competition can be harmful or helpful to each organism. There are two basic types of competition; intra specific and inter specific. These terms refer to competition within a specific species and the competition between different species, respectively. In this lab, we conducted 3 basic experiments. Our goal was to observe the effects of the competition in each ins...
  • Why I Think They Should Legalize Pot
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    Why I Think They Should Legalize Pot By Haggard Celine There has recently been lots of controversy over whether they should legalize marijuana, or not. I think they should, and there is lots of important evidence and reasons to support this. If drugs were legalized, this country would be a much nicer place to inhabit and for this reason and others, the government should stop cracking down on harmless pot users. Here are the reasons why weed should be legalized in the United States: First, our pr...
  • Cambodian Genocide Pol Pot
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    Cambodian Genocide " What is rotten must be removed " When: 1975-1979 v 1925: Pol Pot (Sloth Sar) is born into a farming family in central Cambodiav 1949: Pol Pot moves to Paris and becomes absorbed in Marxism (communism) v 1953: Pol Pot returns to Cambodia and joins the underground Communist movement 1962: Pol Pot, now leader of the Cambodian Communist Party, is forced to flee into the jungle and forms the armed resistance movement against Prince Sihanouk, known as the Khmer Rouge and wages war...
  • Killing Fields Pol Pot
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    ESSAY This essay will discuss the events that happened in Cambodia and how these events were similar to the war events that occurred in Vietnam, the essay will also discuss the important differences in the wars in both countries. In the early 1960 s many people thought that Cambodia was near to perfect place with such things as flourishing economy e. g. : Fertile rice fields. This can be also compared with a flourishing Vietnamese economy also with such things as rice fields flourished greatly a...
  • Drug Epidemic Drugs People Pot
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    I read this question and immediately one answer came to mind, yes we are in the midst of a drug epidemic. Drugs seem to be a huge problem to this present date. You can walk down any side street in New York City and buy pot or several other drugs. I would call that an epidemic. Everywhere you look you see the issue of drugs being brought up, and the topic of legalizing certain drugs. Is this just another phase the United States is going through or are they really thinking about legalizing pot Leg...
  • Pol Pot And Cambodia
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    Pol Pot, his Khmer Rouge, and his regime have had a lasting impact on Cambodia. The after-effects of the! yen Killing Fields! | of 1975-1978, in which more than a million people were killed, will most likely last well into the 21 st Century, and Cambodia may well never fully recover from the wounds they sustained during the time of Pol Pot! |s rule. Pol Pot was born in May 19, 1925 fx to a wealthy peasant family in the Kampong Thom Province of Cambodia. He had a privileged upbringing; he was edu...
  • Khmer Rouge Pol Pot Cambodia
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    An attempt by Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot to form a communist peasant farming society resulted in the deaths of 25 percent of the country's population from starvation, overwork, and executions. Ethnic groups were attacked including the three largest minorities; the Vietnamese, Chinese, and Cham Muslims, along with twenty other smaller groups. Fifty percent of the estimated 425, 000 Chinese living in Cambodia in 1975 perished. Khmer Rouge also forced Muslims to eat pork and shot those who refused....
  • Melting Pot American Dream Frontier
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    1. ) What was the American Dream in the past and what is it now? America is a nation of immigrants and all its citizens, apart from the Indians, are immigrants or descendants of immigrants. The motives for immigration are religious, political oppression in their homeland or economic reasons to emigrate. And they all had the dream of a new society. Thomas Jefferson wrote in 1776 in the Declaration of Independence of, , inalienable rights." These rights are the equality of opportunity, and also po...
  • Khmer Rouge Essay Pol Pot
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    Like all sad murder stories, this one starts out with an evil dictator who lacks heart or emotion. Many peasants, soldiers, and foreigners died in 1975-1979 because of Pol Pot's guerilla war group, Khmer Rouge which was responsible for a horrifying twenty-five percent decrease in Columbia's population. The horror began to unravel in 1962, when Pol Pot became the leader of the Cambodian Communist Party and was forced to escape into the jungle by Prince Norodom Sihanouk, the leader of Cambodia...
  • Multiculturalism Varying Definitions Melting Pot
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    In today's society, there are many different terms and definitions used to describe multiculturalism. For example, "melting pot", "mosaic", and "assimilation" are the most commonly used terms today to describe multiculturalism. However, with societies different definitions of multiculturalism there will always be stereotyping, bias opinions, racism as well as problems associated with cultural references. Nevertheless, by raising awareness of the multicultural policy in future generations one cou...
  • American Culture The United
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    The United States, The Melting Pot The United States has Changed from a Melting Pot to a Vast Culture with Varying Racial Backgrounds. The United States, created by blending or melting? many cultures together into one common man, known as an American. ? Modern communication and transportation accelerate mass migrations from one continent... to the United States (Schlesinger 21). Ethnic and racial diversity was bound to happen in the American society. As immigration began to explode, ... a cult ...