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  • Second Article In Support
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    Cloning: Good or Bad The rapid development of the technology for cloning has led to moral debates around the world on whether or not to ban breathing human clones. While the potential benefits of genetic engineering are considerable, so may be the potential dangers. We have come to believe that all human beings are equal, but even more firmly, we are taught to believe each one of us is unique. Is that idea undercut by cloning That is, if you can deliberately make any number of copies of an indiv...
  • Mr Glasser And The Mother
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    Glasser, P. (March 1997) Not half; not some. Phi Delta Kapp an, The Professional Journal for Education. Pages 504-8 The article entitled "Not half, not some", written by Perry Glasser was a very powerful and meaningful article. Perry Glasser tells about his first years of teaching and things that he will remember for the rest of his life. His first day of teaching was in September of 1969, in a public high school in Brooklyn, New York. It has been over twenty seven years that he has been teachin...
  • Article As Part Of A Multi Pack
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    Judge in California Voids Ban on Same-Sex Marriage By DEAN E. MURPHY (NYT) 1167 words Late Edition - Final, Section A, Page 16, Column 5 ABSTRACT - San Francisco County Judge Richard A Kramer rules tentatively that state ban on same-sex marriages is unconstitutional because it appears to be 'im permissibly arbitrary' in violation of equal protection clause of California's Constitution; ruling will not be made final until meeting with parties to litigation; Mayor Gavin Newsom welcomes decision bu...
  • Allergy Season
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    "I wondered lonely as a cloud, that floats on high o'er dales and hills, when all at once I saw a crowd-a host of golden daffodils". William Wordsworth I hope he was taking an antihistamine. If he were not, he would develop signs and symptoms of allergies. These include, but are not limited to a sore throat; red, itchy, watery eyes; nasal congestion and drainage; coughing and sneezing. There are many remedies, from grandma's kitchen to the allergy research center. The allergy season is usually f...
  • Actual Newsprint Edition To The Online Version
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    The contents of the Southeast Missourian online paper may seem so much more fitting with this day and age, but the traditional newsprint edition still offers their subscribers a lot more information. The print version organizes the newspaper with pictures from various sections located at the top, side, and bottom in order to draw the reader in to the articles and advertisements. The online version is very to the point in its content in the fact that the Southeast Missourian does not have to sell...
  • Marie Colvin And Fergal Keane
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    Compare The Ways In Which Fergal Keane And Marie Colvin Balance The Communication Of The Facts Of The Situation With A Personal Insight From The Writer Both of the articles that are being studied are very different to any usual piece of reportage in the way that what the BBC or the Times was expecting from these two journalists was very different from what they received. Marie Colvin and Fergal Keane were reporting on very serious topics in interesting times yet both of their pieces were so diff...
  • Rape And The Criminal Justice System
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    Women's entrance into the criminal justice system, just as well as other professions, has not been a piece of cake. And once they have entered the field there are numerous issues women face daily. Some of these issues deal with the mere fact that they are females in a traditionally male dominated profession. Some of the characteristics affiliated with the criminal justice system is aggressiveness, tough, and very ambitious. Women traditionally do not carry traits, and are subsequently deemed uns...
  • Article Plays
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    Results May Vary This product advertisement, for, the fat burner, begins to mislead the reader from the very beginning. The ad came from a very popular men's magazine, Maxim, and is targeted directly at young males. It is intended to mislead the reader that it is a factual article, and not an advertisement at all, just from the look of the ad. The article uses headings and title fonts, similar to all of the other article in the magazine. This tricks the reader into starting to read the article w...
  • Watergate Scandal And The President Investigations
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    All the president's men By: Nancy Richard Nixon's first term as president was always be connected with the Watergate scandal and the President investigations. This scandal has been etched in the minds of millions and is still being recalled today when faced with the present day scandal of our current President. In the book, All the President's Men, written by Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward, they recount, illustrate, and analyze this period of time and their work on reporting and revealing these...
  • Positive Point Towards Tv Tabloids
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    People running around with underwear on their head, a fake suicide over the Niagara Falls, forest rangers who are positive they seen Bigfoot, and sheriffs who make x-rated videos on a rented video camera and forget to take the tape out. These are some of the wacky stories Krista Bradford experiences during her career as an anchor on tabloid television. She tries to convince the reader that TV tabloids are trashy in the article "The Big Sleaze published in Rolling Stone magazine in 1993. Bradford...
  • Coincides With Article 12 Of The Udhr
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    Human Rights 1. The UDHR and the United States Bill of Rights do not have as many similarities as one might think, but some do exist. One of these similarities of these two documents is the freedom from torture and inhumane treatment. In the UDHR this freedom can be found in article 5 when it is stated protection is provided against, "torture, under any circumstances". This coincides with article 8 of the United States Bill of Rights, which states, "excessive bail shall not be required, nor exce...
  • Implementation Of Article X Of The Btwc
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    Since its inception, the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB) has devoted all its efforts in assisting its Member States, most of which are developing countries or countries with economies in transition, for the peaceful application of modern biotechnology. Under these circumstances, it seemed quite natural that the Centre, fully supported by its constituency, indicate its availability to collaborate with the Ad Hoc Group of States Parties (AUG) to the Biologica...
  • Blast Of August 6
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    A year after World War II ended, a leading American weekly magazine published a striking description of what life was like for those who survived a nuclear attack. The article, simply titled "Hiroshima", was published by The New Yorker in its August 31, 1946 issue. The thirty- one thousand word article displaced virtually all other editorial matter in the issue. "Hiroshima" traced the experiences of six residents who survived the blast of August 6, 1945 at 8: 15 am. There was a personnel clerk, ...
  • Agreement With Prior Restraint Of Print
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    Some people believe that there are no circumstances under which prior restraint of the press, either print or broadcast, should be accepted or tolerated. I disagree with that statement and do believe there are certain times when prior restraint should be accepted or tolerated. This is not an issue that is or should be taken lightly because I am in strong agreement with protecting the First Amendment, however in specific and special cases I can understand the government feeling the need to interv...
  • Reuniting Of Meehan With Her Birth Mother
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    The Generations of Aboriginal people who were stolen from their families between 1910 and 1970 make up a group of people who are not only rejected from white society as being inferior and socially unacceptable, but who are also shunned by their indigenous kinsmen for much the same reasons. The article "A passage home", by Elizabeth Scott of 'Alive' magazine, describes the struggle of one such person, Donna Meehan. Meehan was a "stolen child". As a young child, she was taken away from her Aborigi...
  • Phases Start With The Pre Retirement Phase
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    Internet Source: web USA Today Magazine Jan, 2003 SUMMARY: This article sums up many of the aspects of retirement as it is today. The article emphasizes the changes in retirement from how it is today, to how it will be for the coming up generation of retirees. When people of our generation retire, they will have to use more of their own money to live off of. Companies are not paying as much and social security benefits are declining. Also, people live longer now. If they retire at age 65, they c...
  • Bias In Articles
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    There is quite a lot of bias in news articles and it is very effective in stimulating our response to an issue. In the article "Rich, famous unite in grief:" (West Australian 5 September, 1998) bias is included to sympathise our response to the victim or victims and to be angry at the people responsible. Reporters can use headlines, Figure of Authority language and the six questions to create a effective slant on an article. All these factors play a huge role in the impact of the bias. The headl...
  • Gillin's Opening Statement In Her Article
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    The Title of the article 'give the lady a gun' automatically suggests that the author Neil Mitchell is all for the use of women in combat as displayed by the opening paragraph - which bluntly states that women are better than men. As soon as the reader comprehends these initial first words, there leaves no doubt that the rest of the article will follow suit in its pro women in combat slant. Whilst it is clear from Mitchell's title and opening that he is bias toward women in this issue it differs...
  • Article Flirting By Joann Rodgers
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    Although I can remember the first sight accurately, I cannot for the life of me recall what happened next. Although several scientist would bet their microscopes and their salaries that sometime after the butterflies got out of my stomach and I my hands stopped sweating, that I was in actuality flirting with a complete stranger. As I watched him walk to the counter with his poor posture and his veins bulging out of his arms, I knew that there was something special about him. At that moment, I wa...
  • Asteroid 433 Eros
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    The article was written by Dawn Stover, In January 2001. The tile of this article is called Ancient Asteroid. I found this article at web / This article is about How Astronomers had thought that the asteroid 433 Eros might have been a flying pile of rubble, but now after looking over the images and the millions of measurements taken by the earth Astroid near the shoemaker spacecraft the scientist say that Eros is a? consolidated? asteroid, witch is a solid object. However Eros never separated to...

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