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  • Tour The National Holocaust Museum
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    You take a chance when you read. You risk an encounter with another persons ideas and experiences, and you may not ever be the same. Today I read two articles in our campus newspaper, The Preface. I took a chance by skimming through on finding any articles that shared my point of view or that would capture interest from me. I was actually very pleased to find an article that I believe to be outstanding. It appears members from the Preface staff visited Washington, D.C. to see the National Holoca...
  • Financial Support Of Professional Sports Teams
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    In the article George J. Bryjak voices his opinions of sports team owners using taxpayers' money to build new stadium and arenas. One of his first statements is a bold accusation of professional sports being unjust in its means to fund a sport stadium or arena. He says "If there is one constant in professional sports in the last 20-25 years, it is that owners and players are becoming increasingly wealthy at the expense of fans, non-fans, and taxpayers". Bryjak (67). The remained of the article t...
  • Axtell's Second Article
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    A People's History of the United States 1492 - Present by Howard Zinn takes a realistic viewpoint that is not seen in many textbooks, and that is exactly the point. Zinn writes about the dark sides of United States icons, which students are rarely taught about. Through historical examples, such as Christopher Columbus' treatment of Native American Arawak Indians, Zinn supports his thesis. In Zinn's book, he displays his displeasure with the way Americans are taught glorified history, as does ano...
  • Four Articles On The Woodstock Riots
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    The Effects of Media on the Public's Opinion Mass media - have you ever taken the time to consider two articles about the same thing Some may be more bias against a group or idea, while others keep a strict, non bias view. The way the media portrays events may change or even corrupt people's thoughts on certain public matters. This paper will dissect four articles on the Woodstock riots and show the relationships and differences between them. On a Sunday night, near the closing song of the Red H...
  • Kleinwort Wins Rosneft Price Tender
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    Contents 1. The article proper 2. The translation of the article 3. Summary 4. Vocabulary The Translation Of The Article Kleinwort Benson. "Dresden Kleinwort Benson" ", , , Kleinwort Benson, , "NatWest Securities.", ", -., , , . Kleinwort Benson, "Royal Dutch / Shell"LUKoil", , 1, 2., Kleinwort Benson, , , . "Kleinwort -, ", -, MFK-Renaissance. ", ", -, Russian brokerage Aton. Kleinwort Benson, . "Robert Fleming Securities"", Deutsche Morgan Grenfell": " "", "". , ., , . "-Shell-LUKoil", British...
  • 1983 Article To The Other Two Articles
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    Out of the many articles relating to crime in the New York Times, I chose three articles dealing with racial crimes. The earliest article, dated December 16, 1883, is titles "Accused of Killing a Negro" and covers a story that could be a possible murder case. The second article is dated December 16, 1933 and the slightly sensational title, "Negro, Freed by Court, Hanged in Tennessee; Lynching Handled Quietly, Sheriff Says", sums up practically the entire article. The latest of the three articles...
  • Mainstream Audience
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    Kris Hall June 21, 1999 "Federal Courts, the System that Shagged Me" Peter McWilliams, both an aids and cancer victim, is a self-published, best-selling author. In July 1998 he was arrested and charged with being the ringleader of a conspiracy to grow and distribute medical marijuana. As a condition of his pre-trial release, he cannot smoke marijuana even though proposition 215 states that he can for his illnesses. The magazine article, detailing his dilemma in High Times, (June 1999), uses clev...
  • End Of The Article The Author
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    Elian Gonzalez In comparing newspaper articles on the same topic, The Chicago Tribune, New York Times, and the Washington Times, the bias of the author becomes evident. After analyzing three papers I saw that most authors have let personal believes interfere with the true reporting of the facts. Almost Every media outlet I reviewed had its opinions, preferences, and prejudices. The New York Times reported few facts and seemed more like a sales pitch than an article. The author favored Elians sta...
  • Research Materials 1
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    BIOL 1120, GENERAL BIOLOGY II, SPRING 2005 INSTRUCTIONS FOR WRITING RESEARCH PAPER COMMENT: This exercise is intended to introduce students of General Biology to the art of literature survey and scientific writing. The paper will be evaluated on the bases of substance, adherence to instructions and style as indicated in the syllabus. GENERAL LAYOUT: The title 1. Must be chosen carefully from topics to be covered in the course and must answer well defined question (s). For example, why is PHOTOSY...
  • Empathy From The Reader With The Author
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    ANALYSIS OF TWO PIECES OF WRITING AT THE MORGUE - Helen Garner, True Stories 1996 This article is written in the first person's point of view. The style is informal, almost chatty in spite of the morbid topic it deals with. The author uses this style to tell the reader a story, like telling a friend an experience. The author's feelings and thoughts are freely expressed. This helps to put the reader into the author's shoes, to see through her eyes and feel through her heart. This article is a nar...
  • Damage The Tsunami And Earthquake
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    I think that every author has a purpose and reason behind there writing. Most of it was to make aware of the catastrophe, damage and affect that the tsunami and earthquake had on the nations that it hit. Also some of the information in the articles was to make aware of the efforts other nations were doing to help those affected. Other articles explained the origin of such catastrophes. For example, one article explains how many years of built up strain on 2 faults in the, what is known as the Su...
  • Impact Of Tourism On Mountain Environment
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    How Tourism affects Mountain Environments Impact of Tourism on Mountain Environment Environmental History: A Global Perspective Singh, SC. Impact of Tourism on Mountain Environment, Meerut, India: Research India Publications, 1989,377. Deterioration of mountain environment is obviously not the only problem that humans are dealing with in terms of pollution to the ecosystem. However, it is an ever increasing problem, that is ruining vegetation, landscape and even mountain culture. The book I have...
  • Imposing A Rescue Fee
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    Bridget King Basic Comp. Refutation Essay January 11, 2000 Sending Out an S.O. S On January 2nd, while I was perusing the Providence Journal I stumbled upon the editorial page. On the page was an article titled Imposing a Rescue Fee which was written by an anonymous author. This person favored imposing a fee for people whom needed rescuing from life or death situations. While reading this article I became very upset. Although the author does have the right to his or her opinion there are several...
  • Global Learning Services
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    Introduction This assignment consists of three major parts. Part 1 shows how to use the CD-ROM facilities to locate some material on the item of "Information Retrieval Methods", details of the materials (such as the Record Number, date of the article, the author and a summary), search strategy and comments are also included. Part 2 demonstrates how to use the Monash Voyager Catalogue system to locate the text or article. Finally, Part 3 shows how to search for materials on the World Wide Web, su...
  • Style And Arrangement Of The Author's Article
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    A Critical Analysis of "12: Machines Will Be Smarter Than We Are" In today's rapidly changing world, technology has given us a possible future in the field of Artificial Intelligence. An August, 1999 article entitled "12: Machines Will Be Smarter Than We Are", explains how Artificial Intelligence is inevitable. It also explains when and how it will transform civilization. The facts and examples used in the article may not give a full picture of the situation, but succeed in presenting a strong a...
  • Satanic Ten Commandments The Author
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    When responding to an article, it is logical to assume that one would like to come off as intelligent and well-spoken. This is difficult to achieve when fallacies are apparent in many varying fashions throughout the response. Fallacies have the effect of weakening a statement by simply making the writer appear uneducated. In the letter to editor entitled, Ten Commandments shouldn t be in schools which appears in The Pantograph, there are many different examples of fallacies which assume the unde...
  • Bias Opinion To Microsoft
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    Microsoft has an extremely large market share in the personal operating system market. To some extent, Microsoft is a typical sample of monopoly. Jeffrey A. Eisenach and Thomas M. Lenard, in their article "The Microsoft Monopoly: The facts, the law and the remedy" (2000), assert that Microsoft has a monopoly, has engaged in anticompetitive behaviors, has harmed consumers and violated the law. They analysis the factual evidence and conclude two remedies which would solve this problem and best ser...
  • Training And Variable Pay Sections
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    In the article entitled Human resources practices: survey results, a report done by Human Resources Development Canada and Statistics Canada is examined. The material within the article is relevant to organizational behaviour. There are many strengths and few weakness regarding the ideas presented that can be found. In my opinion, this article is very effective, even though there are some components included that are not as convincing as others. According to the results of this report, the best ...
  • Parental Advice In A Childs Diet
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    Greg Critter in his article "Too much of a good thing" tries to bring a valid point of stigmatising overeating in children. The author strongly advocates parental advice in a childs diet. Obesity according to the author is an epidemic which is engulfing the youth of the nearly all the major countries. It is high time that this problem was taken care of. Researches have shown that majority of children do not know when hey are full (pg 462). So it the resomsibility of the parents to supervise a ch...
  • Bulls Fans
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    Fans all over the city of Philadelphia are very upset and confused with the eagles poor start of the 2003-2004 NFL Season. The general controversy in this article is fans need to give the Eagles positive motivation than negative motivation when their backs are against the wall. The author purposes for writing this article were to share not only his thoughts about the childish acting of fans but to also share a personal experience. The author's argument has some major points. First, he said "Ther...

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