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  • Very Primitive Type Of People
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    We sam Berjaoui April. 01, 2000 Professor Gloster-Coates History 132 CRN# 24386 Museum Project The first museum I went to was my favorite. I went to the Museum for African Art displaying the Hair exhibit. The name of the exhibit sounded very uninteresting, but I was proven wrong. The first thing that I learned from this exhibit is that in Africa the way your hair is done represents your position in society. Your hair was probably one of the most important if not thee most important thing to an A...
  • Effects On People
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    In Ray Bradury's novel, Fahrenheit 451, there is a very commonly known as a book of science fiction book. More specifically one that refers to the future, and the consequences that can be inflicted as a result of the world having very little individuality. However, this book also has had a long lasting effect on the world as we know it to be presently. Bradbury is obviously very concerned with the world, and how it is losing its individuality. This novel represents the differences of having indi...
  • Scarlet Pimpernel
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    The Scarlet Pimpernel The Scarlet Pimpernel was a fictional character that had a positive goal and, to some, was very inspiring. The period of time that the movie takes place in is a very unstable and radical time. Percy, the main character and the Scarlet Pimpernel, is willing to put his life in danger to stand up for what he believes in. Although he does in a very intelligent way, he is very courageous and intelligent in the way he executes his plans. Sir Percy was willing to look like a fool ...
  • Walter Cunningham
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    The book To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee contain a very engaging family who are the Cunninghams. The Cunninghams are very poor; they are people who live in the woods. They are a family who depend highly on crops. Walter Cunningham, the 'father' of the family has to work hard on the cultivation of crops because crops is the only form of wages for them. The Cunninghams have no money. Their only way to survive is through paying others with their crops. The Cunninghams are not main characters in...
  • Konola And The Native People
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    In the short story Walk Well, My Brother the author, Farley Mowat, develops the idea that a significant experience can lead to a change in how one individual views another individual. The story shows us how a person can learn from another person that is very different from them and be moved by their selflessness into becoming a better person. It also shows us how important it is for people not to judge others for superficial reasons. An individual can learn a lot from people that are very differ...
  • Societies Of Virginia And New England
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    AP AM HISTORY DB 1 - (An A+ Essays Original Paper, written by Zoo Patrol) Although New England and the Chesapeake region were both settled by people of English origin, by 1700 the regions have evolved into two new distinct societies. Why did this difference in development occur? When first English settlers began arriving in America in the 1700's they mainly settled in two regions - New England and the Chesapeake. Even though both groups of people were English by origin, they had developed two ve...
  • Change In The Progressive Era
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    The Progressive EraT he progressive era was a time of great change, the way people thought and what they did began to change quickly. Industry and business also changed a great deal in this era, with the many new inventions and strong businessmen things where rapidly changing. The progressive era lasted about 40 years, from 1879-1920. In 1879 Tomas Edison invented the electric light, I guess you could say he just lit the way for may other inventions that people made during this time period. The ...
  • Role Variants Of The Guardians
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    For many years, people have always questioned each other's motives. People have always questioned why certain people do certain things or why certain people act a certain way. We have always wondered what makes other people tick; people besides ourselves. Watching another person perform daily tasks can raise many questions. Questions such as ' Why didn't he do that the other way?' or ' How can someone bungee jump?' Temperament, Character, and Personality have mystified human beings so much, Plat...
  • Taking The Test By David Groff
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    Many essays have been written that one could describe as touching, or something one could easily relate to. A very good example is "Taking the Test" by David Groff. He writes about taking an AIDS test, and records all his feelings and emotions as he waits for, and receives, what could be something that may lead to a death sentence. This essay is enjoyed by many people, because it is touching, it is easy to relate to the pressure, and stress that is connected with taking a test, and it is a new, ...
  • People Like Friar
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    The Canterbury Tales is a poetic story of a group of people, who were going to pilgrimage. They were going to the tomb of St. Thomas a Be chet in Canterbury, which is about sixty miles from London in England. In that group, there were clergy and laity people. And in the poem Chaucer described all of them so well that we can easily see the picture of how they lived and how they behaved in manners of work and other ways of life. And while he was describing, he also criticized some members of the c...
  • Character Of Ralph Nickleby
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    Nicholas Nickleby In Nicholas Nickleby, the play, Dickens dramatically portrays real life through his characters and the experiences they face. In the play the characters are very straight forward with their emotions and everything they do seems so extreme, but at the same time real. An example of this realism, in the play, is the character of Ralph Nickleby. He is a very conniving person who uses people and takes advantage of them whenever he gets the opportunity to do so. Personally he reminds...
  • Pride In The Positive Sense
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    Mitch Hummel PRIDE Pride is mostly thought of as pleasure or satisfaction taken in an achievement. And is a very pleasant and good quality found in people. It is very acceptable and common to show pride in ones work or in another person. But pride is a double edged sword, in the fact that pride is not always positive. Pride can also be thought of as arrogance or smugness. Self-importance is an interchangeable word for pride, and is looked down on among most people. Pride, in the positive sense, ...
  • Life Of Famous Richard Avedon
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    Bright lights, flashes going off, beautiful and famous people everywhere, creative set designs, and everyone working to make the photo shoot perfect. This was the life of famous Richard Avedon. Avedon is one of the most successful photographers of the 20th Century. He is known for his fashion, advertising, exhibitions and book photographs that he has done. Richard Avedon was born in 1923, in New York City. Avedon attended DeWitt Clinton High School in the Bronx. He never completed his high schoo...
  • Kim And Julia Boyfriend Bobby
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    Angels Gate is set in fairly modern times around about 1980-1990. I know this because of the way the people dress and by the way the people talk. The way the people in the novel talk is very similar to how people talk now but the people in the novel dont use as much slang as most people do now. The way the people in the novel dress is also very similar to how people dress now but the people in the novel wear daggy clothes which are out of fashion now. A good example of how the people in the nove...
  • Intelligent People
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    What is intelligence? Scientists characterize intelligence as the capacity to learn or to understand. Intelligent people can attain information quickly and easily, and they can remember what they have learned. Do humans and animals have the same intelligence? Humans are very intelligent. They are intelligent because they built cities, written books, and even been to the moon. Human intelligence is within and it's in our nature. Intelligence is innate we are born with it, you either have intellig...
  • New Peoples And Landscapes
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    How Geography Affects the Way We Live Our surroundings have profound influence on the way we live our lives. In fact, many Americans consider the geography of a location when deciding if they want to live there. Vacations are often planned around landscapes that people want to see. The environment around us, many times, can determine our happiness and contentment with our living situation. The three titles I chose to review are very different but are also closely interrelated in themes. These st...
  • Bahamas Base Their Economy On The People
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    Bahamas The Bahamas are similar yet very different from the United States. There government type is constitutional parliamentary democracy. The Capital of the Bahamas is Nassau, which is located basically in the middle of all of the islands. There are 21 different districts in the Administrative divisions. Their Legal system is based on the English common law and ours. The three branches are Executive, Legislative, and Judicial. Their Executive Branch consists of a cabinet appointed by the gover...
  • Online Chatting With My Friends
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    Why do teenagers always like to chat online? Most of them like to chat online because it's a fun activity for all kinds of people. Girls and boys enjoy chatting with their friends. Sometimes they go online for many different reasons. Most teens in high school or middle school love to chat with their friends online all the time. People chat online because they want to meet new people. Sometimes it is very dangerous to meet new people online because we don't know what they look like. Online chat i...
  • Successful Leader Of A Group
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    In modern times, it has become almost impossible to get just about anything done totally alone. This is why more and more people are learning how to work in groups. No matter what modern day appliances you have, and how many electronic devices you own that enable you to communicate with others while remaining physically alone -- there always comes a time when you need to work with others. The family unit is the most obvious time we need to work with others. Other people we need to work with are ...
  • Incidents Of Other People
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    Ben Carson With Cecil Murphey– Gifted Hands, The Ben Carson With Cecil Murphey– Gifted Hands, The Ben Carson Story 1. Ben Carson with Cecil Murphey– Gifted Hands, The Ben Carson Story 2.230 pages 3. The book is about a kid who grew up in a harsh area, in other words a "ghetto'. The books starts out when Ben is in fifth grade when he is failing all his classes because he couldn't see anything without glasses that his family couldn't afford. But after Ben got glasses he became th...

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