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  • Name And Type: - 685 words
    Name and Type: -Microsot Word 2000 -Word Processor Producer/Maker: -Microsoft Corporation -The creator of the popular Windows operating system founded by Bill Gates. Price: (http://www.microsoft.com/office/order/pricing.htm , 2000) Microsoft Word 2000 is generally purchased as a part of the Office 2000 package. The New User/Retail Upgrade Price when purchased with the: -Premium Package (including: Word, Excel, Outlook, - -Publisher, Small Business Tools, Access, PowerPoint, FrontPage and PhotoDraw) - $1,299/$699 CAN -Professional Package (including: Word, Excel, Outlook, Publisher, Small Business Tools, Access and PowerPoint) - $929/$539 CAN -Small Business Package (including: Word, Excel, Ou ...
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  • Name Ian Terrell - 409 words
    name = Ian Terrell email = publish = yes subject = Advanced English title = Contrast Between Language of Love in the Balcony Scene and the Language of Death in the Final Scene of Romeo and Juliet papers = In William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet , Shakespeare introduces many themes that he continues throughout all of his tragedies, including the language of love vs. the language of death. The balcony scene is the most valuable scene illustrating the language of love, whereas in the final scene of the play the language of death is used to set the stage for their suicides, pulling together the tragic ending of the play. Throughout the second scene of Act II, Romeo uses beautiful metaphors ...
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  • Name Is Asher Lev - 403 words
    My Name Is Asher Lev Synopsis: In this major novel--a wholly new departure for the author of The chosen and The Promise--the reader becomes a galvanized witness to the development of genius, as Chaim Potok traces the making of a great contemporary painter from the time when an "ordinary" little Brooklyn boy responds to the first stirrings of a commanding talent to the triumphant exhibition that wins recognition for his art and marks his final, heartrending estrangement from the world into which he was born. The painter introduces himself. Yes, he is the Asher Lev whose Brooklyn Crucifixion has created a furor in the art world and a sensation in the press. And immediately the reader is plunge ...
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  • Name Monica Mckirdy - 1,216 words
    name = Monica McKirdy email = publish = yes subject = MYTHOLOGY title = Norse Mythology papers = The book entitled "Norse Mythology" by Karl Mortensen, is the book I chose to read for my first book report for this semester. The book was translated from the Danish by A. Clinton Crowell. Karl Mortensen was a doctor of philosophy whom attended the University of Copenhagen. The first part of the book is the general introduction. Here, you find the author's meaning of "Norse mythology" and where he got his information. He says, By "Norse mythology" we mean the information we have concerning the religious conceptions and usages of our heathen forefathers, their faith and manner of worshipping the ...
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  • Name Spencer - 813 words
    name = Spencer email = publish = yes subject = English title = Hamlet: Characters and plot papers = Hamlet by William Shakespeare Laertes and Hamlet both display impulsive reactions when angered. Once Laertes discovers his father has been murdered Laertes immediately assumes the slayer is Claudius. As a result of Laertess speculation he instinctively moves to avenge Poloniuss death. "To hell, allegiance! vows, to the blackest devil! Conscience and grace, to the profoundest pit! I dare damnation: to this point I stand, that both worlds I give to negligence, let come what comes; only Ill be revenged most thoroughly for my father." Act 4 Scene 5 lines 128-134 provide insight into Laertess mind ...
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  • Name: Micah Delo - 650 words
    Name: Micah Delo Title of Book: The Great Houdini; Magician Extraordinary Author: Beryl Williams and Samuel Epstein Publisher: Julian Messner Where Published: New York When Published: 1966 Number of pages: 178 1. Who is the subject of the book? The subject of my book is Ehrich Weiss, also known as the Great Houdini. 2. What aspects of the book made it enjoyable? Well I really liked some of his tricks and famous escapes. I also liked the way he and his wife never quit trying to find a circus or act to play at. They never got down on themselves for not getting an act to play at. 3. State the subjects most outstanding personality trait. Cite evidence from the book to support your statement. Hou ...
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  • Nanotechnology: Immortality Or Total Annihilation - 1,077 words
    Nanotechnology: Immortality or total annihilation? Curtis Shephard Nanotechnology: Immortality or total annihilation? Technology has evolved from ideals once seen as unbelievable to common everyday instruments. Computers that used to occupy an entire room are now the size of notebooks. The human race has always pushed for technological advances working at the most efficient level, perhaps, the molecular level. The developments and progress in artificial intelligence and molecular technology have spawned a new form of technology; Nanotechnology. Nanotechnology could give the human race eternal life, or it could cause total annihilation. The idea of nanotech was conceived by a man named K. Eri ...
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  • Nanotechnology: Immortality Or Total Annihilation - 1,116 words
    ... otech could eliminate the need for production conditions that are harmful or difficult to maintain (Roland 31). Moreover, the impact that nanotech will have on production could lead to a never before seen abundance of goods. Costs and labor will all be significantly cheaper. Everyone would be able to use nanotech as a tool for increased efficiency in the area of production (DuCharme 60). The overall effects of nanotech on producing materials were best summed up by Dowie, "This new revolution won't require crushing, boiling, melting, etc. Goods would now be built from the atom up by nanomachines" (4). Nanotech will also be able to benefit us in other ways. One great advantage to nanotech ...
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  • Napolean - 619 words
    Napolean Nationalism is the devotion of people to the interests of its nation or the love of ones country to stay independent. Nationalism played a major role in the downfall of Napoleon in that he wanted an empire and his opponents wanted independence. As Napoleon was conquering lands and creating a vast empire his troops stressed in the far lands that they conquered life, liberty and equality. Even though Napoleon did not realize it triggered nationalistic feelings among the conquered nations. Spain who was an ally of France, disobeyed Napoleons decree. Then in 1808 Napoleon overthrew the Spanish royal family and made his brother Joseph king of Spain. But everything that Napoleon did such ...
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    Napolean annon Nationalism is the devotion of people to the interests of its nation or the love of one’s country to stay independent. Nationalism played a major role in the downfall of Napoleon in that he wanted an empire and his opponent’s wanted independence. As Napoleon was conquering lands and creating a vast empire his troops stressed in the far lands that they conquered life, liberty and equality. Even though Napoleon did not realize it triggered nationalistic feelings among the conquered nations. Spain who was an ally of France, disobeyed Napoleon’s decree. Then in 1808 Napoleon overthrew the Spanish royal family and made his brother Joseph king of Spain. But everything ...
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  • Napolean Bonaparte - 489 words
    Napolean Bonaparte Napoleon Bonaparte French Revolution Napoleon was the cure of the French Revolution when he came to power. It would be impossible to put them together. From what was chaos throughout France during the Revolution, came a new government that Napoleon created. He was able to balance the governments budgets and setting up national banks thus helping and supporting the economy of France. He was fair and allowed those who fled during the Revolution, to return, as long as they didnt affect him. He was able to receive support from the Bourgeois since he promoted officials depending on how they did in the job. Thus, the people stopped revolting and it would no longer retain the na ...
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  • Napolean Bonaparte - 818 words
    Napolean Bonaparte Napolean Bonaparte Napoleon Bonaparte was born in 1769 on the small island of Corsica in the Mediterranean Sea. He was born at a very hectic time. Corsica was trying to gain independence when French troops invaded. He was born during a war, and hell die because of one. When he turned ten his parents sent him to a military school just outside of Paris. He devoted himself to learning and gaining experience to military tactics, it paid off. When he was 16 he became a lieutenant in the artillery. Revolution broke out the same year. He joined the military of the French Republic. In October of 1705 a government official told Napoleon to defend the palace where the National Conve ...
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  • Napoleon - 1,195 words
    Napoleon Napoleon saved France from a near anarchic situation. He extended the French territory to bring glory to the French people, and the rights of the revolution to the in Europe. Napoleon Bonaparte was the greatest man in all of history. Napoleon Bonaparte was born on August 15, 1769 to Carlo and Letizia Bonaparte. No Bonaparte except for Napoleon became a professional soldier. His father Carlo fought for Corsican independence, but after the French occupied the island he served as a prosecutor and judge and entered the French aristocracy. Napoleon had an excellent education and excellent military training. His father secured a scholarship for him to the French military school at Brienne ...
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  • Napoleon - 860 words
    Napoleon Napoleon Bonaparte was born at Ajaccio, in Corsica, on August 15, 1769, of a good family in a well-established position. He had many brothers and sisters and these family relations played an important part in his later life. He was a soldier from his childhood, entered the military school at Brienne when he was 10, and obtained his lieutenant's commission when he was sixteen. He apparently began with some literary ambition and wrote various pamphlets. In these, as in all he ever wrote, there is a curious tendency to rhetoric, coupled with the power to drop such rhetoric completely and speak out with a native vigor and energy that burns and stings. The wars of the French Revolution a ...
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  • Napoleon - 1,417 words
    Napoleon World History Term paper Napoleon was one of the most influential people in the history of the world. He has affected people throughout the globe in many ways. He rose through the confusion of the French revolution to become Emperor of the French. His goal was to conquer all of Europe. Through out his lifetime he nearly succeeded in his goal. Napoleon was probably one of the greatest military leaders that ever lived. Napoleon Bonaparte, who is also known as the little Corsican", was born on August 15,1769 in Ajaccio, Corsica. He was known as the "little Corsican" because of his height of 5 feet 2 inches. He had 7 brothers and sisters. His original name was Napoleone Buonaparte in Co ...
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  • Napoleon - 1,417 words
    ... wing board figure out how to defeat the British. Meanwhile back in France, the people allowed Napoleon to remove the Consulate and turn it into an empire. He decided to hand the throne down to his descendants. But he had no descendants. He ended his marriage to Josephine de Beauharnais in 1809 and remarried in 1810. He married Hapsburg Archduchess Marie Louise, who was the daughter of the Austrian emperor. Well, he got what he wanted, a son. He named his son King of Rome. Napoleon had also made all the rulers of his kingdom either family members or good friends. This made him very secure. He wiped out most of the German states, which totally dissolved what was left of the Holy Roman Empi ...
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  • Napoleon - 610 words
    Napoleon Although he inspired new social, economic, and political ideas, Napoleon Bonaparte is better known for his military tactics. Even today, his battle plans are used and studied by many in the military. Napoleon, who started out as an extremely short and wimpy foreigner who rose to become Emperor of France, died in 1821 at St. Helena, a remote island in the South Atlantic. He was fifty-two years old. Th cause is uncertain: either he was poisoned or he died of a stomach ailment. Bonaparte was born in 1769 on the island of Corsica just as France conquered it. At age ten, Napoleon was sent to military school outside Paris. At sixteen, he graduated and became a lieutenant in the artillery. ...
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  • Napoleon - 344 words
    Napoleon From 1800-1815 one man held the center of the European stage. Coming to the head of affairs in a France stirred to its depths by tremendous upheaval of the Revolution, Napolean Bonaparte was able for fifteen years to direct France back to its feet. For about ten years he met with continual success and displayed combinations of military and adminisrative which has probably never been equalled. In the end he was destroyed by the same force that had brought him into his high power (the force of national patriotism), that from 1800-1808 made the armies of France unstoppable, but from 1808-1815 raised up, first in Spain, then in Austria, Russia, and finally in Germany. Napolean was the f ...
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  • Napoleon - 533 words
    Napoleon Evaluate Napoleon - Was he a success or a failure? Support your thesis with five well-developed examples. Despite his Italian origin and short stature, Napoleon Bonaparte rose to become not only the greatest leader of France but also one of the most innovative and successful military commanders in all history. The emperor was beloved by his military and respected by his citizenry. After his education at Brienne and cole Militarie, Napoleon initiated his military career as an artillery officer. Eight years later he became a brigadier general with the success of the recovering of the port of Toulon from England, thus holding the power to control hundreds of soldiers at the youthful ag ...
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  • Napoleon And Josephine - 1,935 words
    Napoleon And Josephine A young woman by the name of Josephine Rose-Marie Tascher arrived in France from the tropical island of Martinique in the midst of the greatest political and social up heaving. With her innate grace and charm she secured herself a position of prominence that enabled her to capture the affection of Napoleon Bonaparte an up and coming French artillery officer from Island of Creole (www.geocities.com/Paris/Parc.html). This was the beginning of one of histories most passionate and extraordinary love affairs. Napoleon instantly fell in love with Josephine and they married on March 8, 1776. The marriage of Josephine and the great Napoleon was one of turbulence, yet Josephine ...
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