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  • Correct Answer And The Majority Of People
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    Survey Instrument Paper Sleep apnea is one of the leading silent killers in the Unites States. If you were a concerned person, you would be looking into the following symptoms and getting examined. o Falling asleep during the day Waking up in the middle of the night feeling short of breath Feeling tired all the time Please keep in mind if you have any of these symptoms, and if your spouse says you snore at night please get checked out, it is a possibility you may have sleep apnea. Enclosed in th...
  • Pre Clovis Theory
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    When did people first come to North America is a highly publicized question in archaeology. This question has been the focal point of many archaeologists careers. Although this question is really no more important than any other unanswered archaeological question; it remains a cataclysm for many, if not all, North American archaeologists To the North American archaeologist the migration of humans from Siberia to North America is a topic of dispute no matter what his or her field of study might b...
  • Mr G On The Discussion Question Daisy
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    I have noticed several postings I would like to comment on in addition to adding my own little spin to this discussion. I believe Daisy was simply acting in the way of a young American girl. Do I think she knew she was acting inappropriately Only insofar as she knew others did not approve of her actions. The question here is one of two seperate cultures. Also, keep in mind here that the people who were criticizing Miss Miller were several generations removed from her. What they deemed "inappropr...
  • Translators Of Luci Berkowitz And Theodore F
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    The different translations of The Oedipus Cycle emphasize and suggest different aspects of the presented scene. There are multiple examples of this in the comparison of The Fitts and Fitzgerald's Translation and the Luci Berkowitz and Theodore F. Brunner's Translation. Such as the differences in format, sentence structure, and diction imply different characteristics. Also, similarities in the two translations reinforce the importance of the concepts. The most noticeable difference in the two tra...
  • Important Questions
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    Andrew Ford Philosophy 1st Hour February 13, 2002 Philosophy Book: Chapter 1 Old guys, old rules, old news, right? Wrong. Philosophy is an important subject, because it helps us understand three big questions; "why are we here", "what do we do", and "how do we treat each other". These are important questions to answer because without them we may end up in a situation much like the Taliban is in right now. Complete chaos created from confusion about those three big questions. These questions are ...
  • Evil A Physical Quality
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    Do you believe evil has a right to exist My answer to this question truly lies in the definition of exist. Websters Pocket Dictionary defines exist as to have actual being or reality. Now in my mind this question gives evil a physical quality. This physical quality implies that it can live or die. I do not believe evil can do either. Evil is not mortal, nor immortal, so in my mind it cannot exist. Evil is a condition of mankind. It is therefore part of society, but evil is not a definable, tangi...
  • Jack From Lord Of The Flies
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    In the William Golding novel Lord of the Flies children are stranded on an island with the possibility of not getting off. There is no adult supervision, no laws, no form of authority what so ever. When reading this novel, some questions come to mind about society. Questions such as what compels us to behave properly in our society Is it a fear of the law How can we behave in such orderly fashion most of the time and yet be capable of terrible destruction These are some questions this essay will...
  • 1967 Referendum
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    The 1967 Referendum On 27 May 1967 a Federal referendum was held. The first question, referred to as the nexus question' was an attempt to alter the balance of numbers in the Senate and the House of Representatives. The second question was to determine whether two references in the Australian Constitution which discriminated against Aboriginal people should be removed. This fact sheet addresses the second question. The sections of the Constitution under scrutiny were: 51. The Parliament shall, s...
  • Philosophy Searches For The Truth
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    What is philosophy Most definitions of philosophy have been fairly controversial partly because what has been called philosophy has changed drastically in the course of history. What used to be a part of the philosophical inquiries detached themselves from it. This is why most academic subject began as some aspect as philosophy and branched off into knowledge and became specialized. The word philosophy originated from Greek words philia (love) and sophia (wisdom) carrying the meaning love of wis...
  • Problems With Capital Punishment
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    Capital punishment is a process that goes on in our world even today. However, even with its practice, there are many debates going on questioning the continuation of capital punishment in our judicial punishment. There are many problems with capital punishment that has compelled people to be against it. First, of all many argue that the process is not fair in many aspects. Many culprits, put on the death roll, are normally given lousy representation and therefore are not allowed to undergo fair...
  • Covert Police In An Attempt
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    Following demands for a public inquiry into the covert intelligence operations by the Victoria police in October last year. The contentious issue of whether Victoria needs secret police has provoked wide coverage by the media. Civil libertarians believe that covert police are an affront to the freedoms of democracy, and a misuse of power. Victoria police, however, maintains that accurate and timely information is vital to achieve public protection from political crime and violence. "Who Will Gua...

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