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  • Character Cecilia An Argumentative Form
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    Alin U gur The first two chapters in the book Hard Times makes the reader aware of two forms of the novel. The two forms of the novel are argumentative and narrative. The first two chapters display these two forms by the context of chapters, characters and the tone of voice used by the characters. The context of the first two chapters writes that "facts alone are wanted in life" (dickens 7). This subject is expressed through narrative and argumentative forms. Narrative form is expressed in a sto...
  • Madame Bovary Flaubert
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    In the article 'The Narrator and the Bourgeois Community in 'Madame Bovary',' ; written by Leo Bersai, he discusses how 'Flaubert maintains a dual position'; in the novel Madame Bovary. Bersai states that Flaubert make Emma's dreams seem important and gives it 'dignity'; but at the same time ridicules her fantasies. Bersani also writes that Flaubert detaches himself entirely from the community that he writes about. Although there are parts of the book that displays the narrator as a member of th...
  • 2 5 To 4 Percent Silicon
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    Silicon I. Introduction Silicon is a metalloid at room temperature with an atomic number of 14, 14 electrons, 14 neutrons, and an average atomic mass of 28.0855. In its pure form silicon melts at 2,570 degrees, and boils at 4,271 degrees Fahrenheit. This element belongs to the metalloid family, the 14th family on the periodic table of elements. This element is a solid metalloid at room temperature and turns to liquid at 2,570 degrees. Silicon is prepared as a brown amorphous powder or as gray-bl...
  • Stumpf's Interpretation Of Plato's Theory Of Forms
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    One of the questions that has faced and continues to face some of the philosophers of the world is 'What is reality?' Plato addresses this question in his doctrine, the Theory of Forms. In an attempt to answer this question, he explains what the Forms are and how they affect the way the world is observed. These so-called Forms are the basis of the reality we perceive. The question one must ask him or her self is what are these forms, where do they come from, and how do they affect us as a societ...
  • Ceramic And Glass Materials
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    The sol-gel process is used for making ceramic and glass materials. It is mainly the transition of a system from a solid to a liquid phase. By using this process, it is possible to make ceramic and glass materials in the following variety of forms: ultra-fine or spherical shaped powders, thin film coatings, ceramic fibers, micro porous inorganic membranes, monolithic ceramics and glasses, or extremely porous aero gel materials. By subjecting inorganic metal salts or metal organic compounds to hy...
  • Use Of Cadmium
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    Cadmium, symbol, Cd, is a silvery white metallic chemical element with a faint blue tinge to it. It is the fifty-seventh most commonly found element in the earth. It was discovered by. Strom eyer, in 1817, in Germany. Stromeyerwas studying a sample of zinc carbonate which separated into a the new element ultimately called cadmium. The only cadmium materials, greenockite (cadmium sulfide) and (cadmium carbonate) are found in zinc oxide and zinc carbonate. Cadmium, which is usually associated with...
  • Form Information
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    Forms are important because they contain a lot of information in a small space. The information they contain enables many people to fill the information in the same way. This causes the information to be organized instead of unorganized and mixed up. Because the form information is consistent and organized it can be used effectively by its creator. There are three types of forms that I think show how important they are for people and businesses. Applications are a type of form and are used for m...
  • Aluminium The History Of Aluminium Use Aluminium
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    Aluminium The history of Aluminium use Aluminium is now one of the most widely used metals, but one of the hardest to refine due to it's reactivity with other elements. Even as late as the turn of the century, Aluminium was considered very valuable and in turn expensive, even more expensive than gold. In some cultures, when a function was held (for example, a party) by wealthy people, only the most honored guests would be given Aluminium cutlery, the others had to make do with gold or silver cut...
  • Homeopathic Remedy
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    -Homeopathy is an affective form of treatment for many conditions including illnesses, and disease. - This medicine is made from substances such as plants, animals, or minerals. -Homeopathic remedies allow the body to heal itself without any harmful affects that might come from the use of conventional drugs-The history of homeopathy dates as far back as Hippocrates in the 5th century. It was also used by Egyptians. -Most people take medicine in strong doses so the drug will produce the opposite ...
  • Use Of The Diary Form
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    How The Use Of The Diary Form Narrative Is Beneficial To The Novel Dracula. Bram Stoker, being the creative and intellectual writer himself, wrote the novel Dracula in the diary form of narrative. This was a good choice of how to write the novel since it was very beneficial to the plot of Dracula. Examples of how the diary form is beneficial to Dracula is seen in his writing and book. One of the greatest benefits of the diary narrative is that the reader is allowed see, and feel the emotional he...
  • Use Of Peyote To Indian Tribes
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    Peyote: A Native Americans Way of Life The Native American tribes of Mexico and North America have used peyote in religious ceremonies for thousands of years. Peyote in an Indians eye is a healing drug, a medicine. North Americans might say it's a hallucinogenic drug and that it is very dangerous to one's health. In the United States of America we have freedom of religion. That would be unconstitutional to prohibit the use of peyote to Indian tribes. The use of peyote in Native American religiou...
  • Most Important Use Of Sulfur
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    sulfur Sulfur is a nonmetallic element founded by Antoine Lavoisier in 1777. Sulfur symbol is S, it's a tasteless, odorless, light yellow nonmetallic element. Its in-group 16 (or Via) of the periodic table, and its atomic weight is 32.064. In the United States and all other industrial nations, sulfur is a critical raw material. It is used in thousands of products and processes. Sulfur is yellow in color and similar to oxygen in its chemical behavior. Sulfur burns readily with a blue flame, which...
  • Uses And Properties Of Polyethene
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    polyethene - sucks arse dosn't it! Year 11 Chemistry Unit 1 POLYETHENE-ain't it choice! word count: 1131 Polyethene also known as polyethylene or polythene, was the first of the polymers to be discovered. Polyethene is a polymer produced by reacting oxygen and ethene, in this reaction the small ethene molecules attach together to form long chain polymer molecules. This process is known as addition polymerisation. Polyethene in our world today has many uses, some of these are: mouldings-plastic b...
  • Forms Of Origami
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    Rough Draft The Purpose of this paper is to show where origami originated from, and why it is so popular today. Origami originated in many different places. It was used as far back as 1185, in the Japanese Heian period. The origins of origami are still in dispute, but it seems that all countries say they started it. Of these, China, Japan, Indonesia, and Korea all claim ownership. Origami has a long history in both the east and west, but all styles of origami are more of a sophistication, which ...
  • Use Of Couplets In English
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    2) The English sonnet (also called the Shakespearean sonnet after its foremost practitioner) comprises three quatrains and a final couplet, rhyming ababcdcdefefgg. An important variant of this is the Spenserian sonnet (introduced by the Elizabethan poet Edmund Spenser), which links the three quatrains by rhyme, in the sequence ababbabccdcdee. In either form, the 'turn' comes with the final couplet, which may sometimes achieve the neatness of an epigram. quatrain, a verse stanza of four lines, rh...
  • Uses Of The Ing Form
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    Why I chose this topic As used as it is, students still find it difficult to understand most of the uses of the -ing form. I do not believe there is any other member of all parts of speech that has such a wide range of functions and as much influence on our daily talks and writings as the -ing form. It is interesting to note that, standing alone, the gerund can function as noun, as verbs in non-finite noun clauses, as the complement of to be, as object of a preposition. Moreover, the difficulty ...
  • Sulfite Toxicity Due To Molybdenum Deficiency
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    History of Molybdenum Before Carl Wilhelm Schiele recognized Molybdenum in 1778 as a new element, it was often confused with Graphite or lead ore. That is where the name Molybdenum originates from, the Greek word molubdos, meaning lead. The metal was prepared as an impure form by Helm in 1782. Molybdenum does not occur as an element in nature, but as principally Molybdenite, with Wulfenite and Powerlite as minor commercial ores. Molybdenum is now used today in many different commercial, househol...
  • Hydrogen Sulfide In The Air
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    Hello my fellow readers. My name is Silver. My name comes from the Anglo-Saxon word of Siolfur. Some people call me Ag for short (Ag stands argentum.) I am a white shinny metal. Since I am a white shinny metal argentum is the Latin word for white and shinning. I live in the periodic table of elements and my address is 47. I usually weigh 107.868. I am solid at room temperature. Copper and gold are my good friends and they make me strong and help me to be more durable. You can find me almost anyw...
  • Used As Fertilizers And Anhydrous Ammonia
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    Anhydrous Ammonia is a very distinctive and important compound. Some call it a harmless fertilizer which farmers use to help grow and fertilize crops. Other may call it destructive or dangerous to the environment; in other words, a threat. Causing water pollution by toxic fluids running off into coastal waters and into storm drains and air pollution releasing toxins into the air while producing this deadly chemical, anhydrous ammonia been called many things. Anhydrous ammonia is a man-made produ...
  • Used Arabic Script
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    Arabic Arabic Calligraphy Arabic Calligraphy Arabic calligraphy is one of the greatest arts of the Arabs. Because Islam forbade the making and worshipping of idols, there was no scope for arts like sculpture to develop and, therefore, Muslims directed their talents towards arts such as literature, architecture, arabesque and calligraphy. Another main reason for the development of calligraphy was the need to make copies of the Quran, which was considered a most meritorious act. Like the names of ...

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