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  • Accepted Form Of Holistic Health
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    In a lot of conditions, medical cures and treatments have proven more harmful than the disease itself. In looking for other options, people all over the world have been turning back to the holistic way of health and healing. Holistic medicine is the art and science of healing the WHOLE person, or in holistic terms, the mind body and spirit. The practice of holistic medicine integrates conventional and alternative therapies to prevent and treat diseases and promote optimal health. This condition ...
  • Part Of The Large Subclass Pterygota
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    Amit GuptaBiologyScott-3 April 01, 2001 Research Project: Class Insecta Insects are invertebrates in the class Insecta from the phylum. Arthropods include more than 850,000 species and form by far the largest phylum in the animal kingdom, exceeding in number all the other Phyla combined. The characteristic tough exoskeleton and jointed limbs are superimposed in a segmental body plan that reflects the evolution of arthropods from ancestors of the annelid worm. Insects, arachnids, myriapods and cr...
  • Practice Of Body Piercing Among Young Americans
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    Body Piercing: Reclamation, Enhancement, and Self-ExpressionbyJason C. Hillman In America the practice of body piercing is everywhere, especially among young people. who are getting several parts of their bodies pierced either as an affirmation of their personal individuality, as a means of sexual gratification or stimulation, a reclamation of their bodies from physical or emotional trauma, or for as a means of adornment. Whatever the reason, it's widespread. Body piercing is the piercing of the...
  • Spongy Part Of The Bone
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    As a young man, I have had many collisions in life. Whether it was from sports or from an auto accident, I have been very lucky to not receive any broken bones. When I was in a serious automobile accident last year and walked away unharmed, I wondered how my body was able to withstand all that force, while my car was half its size. I learned that the bone is a very strong material that makes me function. My bones form a skeleton that provide the framework of my body. There are long, short, flat,...
  • Women Use Makeup And Appearance
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    In every society, people use their appearance as a way to express their social relationships. Applying makeup, adding or removing clothing, building muscles, or piercing various parts of the body are examples of how people try to change their appearance in order to fit in, or in some cases, to stick out. In suburban America, girls struggle to reach the goal of a Barbie-doll figure, whereas in Jamaica, it is more desirable, and socially accepted, to be fat. American women use makeup to express fe...
  • Important To Chinese Medicine
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    Chinese Medicine Traditional medicine of China has a long historical and cultural background dating back about 2500 years. The ancient Chinese people were able to reach a level of social stability that included the ability to treat disease of emotional, physical, and spiritual origins. Although a belief in spirits as the cause of disease has remained in China even to the present day, the view that the body obeyed a natural order struck a chord in the intellectual elite of ancient China. It was t...
  • Achilles For Hector's Body Back
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    The Iliad, a book by Homer about the Trojan War, focuses a lot on Achilles and his internal struggle with his personal desires. In the time of the Trojan War, there was an unspoken code of morals and how warriors of honor should follow. If they did not fight or acted cowardly it not only brought them shame but their family name was looked down on. Warriors that were defeated weren't always killed because they were sometimes taken prisoner to be used for ransom money or gifts. However, in the Ili...
  • African Elephant
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    The common name is the African Elephant, the scientific name is Loxodonta Africana, the phylum is Vertebrata, the class is Mammalia, the order is Proboscidean, and the family is Elephantidae. The Closest Relatives to the African Elephant are: the Asian Elephant, mammoths, primitive proboscidean (mastodons), sea cows, and hyraxes. Scientists believe that the African Elephant evolved from one of its closest relatives, the Sea Cow. The geographical location and range of the African elephant covers ...
  • Automotive Body Repairer Work Training
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    Automotive Body Repairer Auto body repairers Are highly skilled craftspeople who repair damaged automobile and truck bodies, restores body metal to the original contours, and replaces non-repairable body parts. I chose automotive body repairer for my report because I like to deal with cars andI enjoy performing hands-on activities. I like the hands-on and mechanical operation of this career. Automotive body repairer is in the Industrial and Engineering Iowa pathway. The National Employment and O...
  • System Of Interdependent Parts
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    Structure-functionalism relies upon an 'organic' analogy of human society as being 'like an organism,' a system of interdependent parts that function for the benefit of the whole. Thus, just as a human body consists of parts that function as an interdependent system for the survival of the organism, society consists of a system of interdependent institutions and organizations that function for the survival of the society. Relying upon the successes of biologists in understanding the human body, ...
  • Ancient Embalming Methods
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    Embalming Embalming is a mortuary custom, the art of preserving bodies after death, generally by the use of chemical substances. It is believed to have originated among the Egyptians, probably before 4000 BC, and was used by them for more than 30 centuries. Much evidence demonstrates that embalming is religious in origin, conceived as a means of preparing the dead for the life after death. From the Egyptians, the practice of embalming spread to other ancient peoples, including the Assyrians, Jew...
  • Kama Sutra Kisses
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    The Kama Sutra The Kama Sutra is the world's oldest and most widely read guide to the pleasures and techniques of sex. It was compiled in the fourth century A.D. by Brahmin and religious scholar named Vatsyayana who worked from texts dating back to the fourth century B.C. The Kama Sutra deals with all aspects of sexual life, including marriage, adultery, prostitution, group sex, sadomasochism, male and female homosexuality, and transvestism. And by dealing with all aspects of sexual life Kama Su...
  • Women's Body Parts
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    The objectification of women is commonly used to refer to the presentation of women in the media as an object. Women's bodies are routinely used as objects to sell various products. In certain pictures women are presented as being vulnerable and easily overpowered especially in ads were they have on revealing clothing and take on submissive roles. These images are found in music videos as well, where the focus is only a particular body part. Lyrics to some songs promote this objectification as w...
  • Figure 1 General Description The Nascar Body
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    Description of a NASCAR Body This description is intended for a general audience who may not be familiar with the different parts of a NASCAR body. Figure 1 General Description The NASCAR body is the outer shell of the car, which is visible. Looking directly at the car, one would see the body and the parts the make it up. NASCAR bodies are based on American-made (Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford, and Pontiac), full-size passenger cars and have a look somewhat like the cars we drive on the streets. There i...

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