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  • Stylistic Peculiarities Of The Original Text
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    (. )... 23 2008. : . -, - -... -, , , , -. Abstract: This article is devoted to the problem of stylistic equivalence which is one of the most important problems today. Literary text is an important means of intercultural communication. It belongs to two different cultures - the culture of original text and the culture of recipient. It is essential to transmit stylistic peculiarities of the original text, its pragmatic potential (communicative effect). In our article we investigate the problem of...
  • Articles Illustration Of Human Interest
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    News and Newspapers News is simply delineated as "a report of a recent event; something one has not heard of before" (Websters, 282). Conceding that it is in elaborate init's definition, news is much more intricate as it succumbs to corporate moneymaking ideologies. The corporate essence of news is prevalent in the form of the newspaper "a paper published periodically for circulating news" that is sold therefore making news a business. In business the saying goes that the customer is always righ...
  • Articles Of Confederation
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    HISTORY LESSON 5 Discussion of the Articles of Confederation What was the basic purpose of the Articles of Confederation? What powers did the Articles of Confederation give to the states? To the national government? Why did the Articles of Confederation create a weak central government? Why were these Articles called by those who drafted them 'a firm league of friendship'? What citizens might have supported the Articles as they were written? What groups may have wanted more power given to the na...
  • Purpose And Audience Of A Document
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    The effect of the recorded word is colossal. It has altered the course of history forever. It triggered the start of the progressive era with the birth of mass religious belief. This was just the start of the power of the word. At this time, text directs our society; it is used to express a variety of ideas. There are two purposes that the majority of texts are used for today: to educate or to appeal. Due to the dissimilarities of these purposes, there is a lot of irregularity of the style of th...
  • Supreme Court
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    The articles I have chosen to write about are from chapter 7, titled Uncertain Trumpets, of A More Perfect Union. The first article I read was Brown vs. The Board of Education Topeka (1954), by Earl Warren, the chief justice of the Supreme Court at the time. Warren had practiced law before joining the army in World War I, after which he embarked on a successful political career in California, serving as a district attorney, attorney general, and then governor. President Eisenhower then appointed...
  • Fine Gael Party
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    THE IRISHMAN'S DIARY This is a news article taken from "The Irish Times" newspaper. The audience this story is written for are sophisticated, middle to upper class, business-types. The writer uses latinate language with long complex sentences, for example, "The first merely proves one thing: the poor creature has an addled pate, which therefore makes joining his party an eminently sound career move". His use of words is not that of everyday language, for example, "the insanity which prompted the...

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