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  • Rule Of The Southern Code
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    The Diminishing Southern Code in William Faulkner's The Unvanquished In the novel The Unvanquished, by William Faulkner, most of the characters strictly follow by a code of laws and moral values called the Southern Code. At the beginning of the book, the characters follow the Southern Code more strictly than at the end. Some of the rules which start to diminish during the course of the novel are as follows: no stealing, no profanity, no lying, treat women and the elderly with respect, and seek r...
  • Bushido Code And A Warrior Class
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    In my essay on the Code of Bushido, I will attempt to explain the different sections of the code as well as who used the code that defined Japan's warrior class, the general history of the code and the honor that accompanies it. "Bushi" is a term that was given to the warrior class of a pre-feudal and feudal Japan (web). "Bushido", which literally translated to "the way of the warrior" (Hall, Eleanor 37), was the certain philosophy that directed the Samurai. The Chivalry code of the European Kni...
  • Code Hidden In The Bible
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    The Bible Code The Bible Code is a report of the discovery concerning certain codes hidden in the Bible that are able to foresee events. The code was first broken by an Israeli mathematician, Dr. Eliyahu Rips, and has been confirmed by famous mathematicians around the world. The three-thousand-year-old code foretells events that happened thousands of years after the Bible was written. It foresaw both Kennedy assassinations, the Oklahoma city bombing, the election of President Bill Clinton, every...
  • Hektor's Body To The Trojans
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    Throughout The Iliad, the heroic characters make decisions based on a definite set of principles, which are referred to as the 'code of honor. ' The heroic code that Homer presents to the reader is an underlying cause for many of the events that take place, but many of the characters have different perceptions of how highly the code should be regarded. Hektor, the greatest of the Trojan warriors, begins the poem as the model of a Homeric hero. His dedication and strict belief in the code of hono...
  • Thering 4 Stick To My Moral Code
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    Dr. Darling INS 30111/7/00 Is there a Moral Code? What is a moral code? I feel that a moral code is a 'unwritten code that one lives by,' This code is indicating how I should live. There is not anyone watching over me judging my moral code; just I am responsible to my self for my actions. However, a moral code should always be in my head and tells me how to act in all situations. An example would be littering; is it right to throw that gum wrapper out the window of my car? No, just put it in a p...
  • Hammurabi's Code Of Laws
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    HAmmurabi's code The Code of Hammurabi is a series of 282 laws decreed by Hammurabi, the ruler of the city of Babylon at about 1750 BC. It was written so that people would have a consistent set of rules to follow in settling disputes and imposing penalties. The code regulated economic, social and moral life. Hammurabi's code of laws provided people with a orderly system of government. The Code of Hammurabi was the first legal code known in its entirety. It was based on the concept, an eye for an...
  • Asp Dll
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    Arkansas State Police should not cringe at the catchy title. ASP is short for Active Server Pages. It is an ultra flexible programming language used in web applications. ASP runs off direction of a dynamic link library file (DLL) within the Windows (c) system file bank. All files with the asp extension are automatically filtered through this DLL. ASP allows alteration of script from a web page on the server side of the page, thus changing before it is even sent to the user. The flexibility of AS...
  • Heroic Code And The Warriors Human Side
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    Achilles vs. Hector In the Iliad, many of the male characters display heroic characteristics, consistent with the heroic warrior code of ancient Greece. They try to win glory in battle, yet are often characterized as having a distinctly human side. They each have certain strengths and weaknesses, which are evident at many times throughout the conflicts described in the Iliad. Prime examples of such characters are Achilles and Hector. These two characters have obvious differences in their approac...
  • Heroic Code
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    Man, supposing you and I, escaping this battle Would be able to live on forever, ageless, immortal, So neither would I myself go on fighting in the foremost Nor would I urge you into fighting where men win glory. But now, seeing that the spirits of death stand close about us In their thousands, no man an turn aside nor escape them, Let us go on and win glory for ourselves, or yield to others Sarpedon speaks this passage to Glaukos, why Sarpedon was chosen to speak these words might be because he...
  • Coded Message
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    The dictionary define cryprotograpgy as being The alteration of the form of a message by codes and ciphers to conceal its meaning. Code words, normally from the code book, stand for one or more words from the plain text (the original message). With ciphers the letters of the plain texture in individually substituted or transposed (reordered) according to a secret key. To me that definition basically means at cryptology is when a message is taken from its original form and put into a code and tha...
  • Writing Code Without A Design Document
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    BSA 400 - Week 3 Individual Paper University of Phoenix, Online Object Oriented Development When I first started learning how to write code, I had never heard the term "Object Oriented Development", or even "Object Oriented Modeling". I'm sure that some form of both of these existed, but they might not have been referred to in exactly those words. Fifteen years of coding later, I was finally indoctrinated in the ways of object oriented development. The first language that I learned to use was BA...
  • Paternal Injunction The Warrior
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    Iliad as a Dictate of the Father The Lion Gate is gnarling down at anyone trying to advance past its massive guard. Inside the fortress, mighty shields and glistening swords await the visitor's arrival. Skillfully carved armor decorations proclaim great battles and fierce hunts. The prevailing warrior ethos and his manly power are apparent in each Mycenaean artifact. It is this strong patriarchal culture that gave birth to the creation of the Iliad. The respect that the father receives as the he...
  • Use Codes For Other Games
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    How to Hack Gameshark Codes This "How To" was created by Jerry Bond, one of the gameshark code creators of this site. There may be more coming soon. 1. Choosing the kind of hacker to be: There are three kinds of hackers, those who type in anything and hope for good code (FreeStyle Hackers), those who modify pre-made codes (Planed Hackers) and those who do both (Combo Hackers). If you are patient, youmight want to be a FreeStyle Hacker. If you are good at logic thinking, youmight want to consider...
  • Code Of Honor Above Their Own Lives
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    Often, epic heroes can be characterized the same way. They are portrayed as superhuman beings, possessing strength, physical beauty, and intelligence. These heroes aspired to live by a heroic code that would ensure immortality by keeping their memory alive in the people. Homers The Iliad shows how the heroic code was ingrained in ancient Greek warriors. In many cases, the Greeks put this code of honor above their own lives. During a battle, Glaukos, a Trojan, and Diomedes, an Achaean, encounter ...
  • Gawains Christian Aspect Of The Chivalric Code
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    During the Middle Ages, knights lived their lives following the chivalric code. In an essay, define the chivalric code and prove how Gawain, in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, is both a laudation and a condemnation of the chivalric code. The code of chivalry is a collaboration of virtues including loyalty, honesty, courteousness, obedience, chastity, progress, courageousness, valor, and truthfulness. When a Medieval man becomes a knight, he vows to follow the code of chivalry. This code evolved...

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