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  • On 31 August 1997, Princess Diana Died Tragically In A Car Crash Driven By A Drunken Chauffer Her Death Was Shocking On Sever - 465 words
    On 31 August 1997, Princess Diana died tragically in a car crash driven by a drunken chauffer. Her death was shocking on several levels. It was violent. It sent those she had touched through her charity work into heartbroken mourning, and saddened millions more who had never met her but who had followed her troubled and sometimes troublesome life with the intimacy that modern celebrity affords. This accident would not have happened if the driver was not intoxicated by alcohol. The recent figures from Statistics Canada show that there has been a 50% reduction from 1981 to 1996 in the number of Canadians being charged with drunk driving. There is a lifelong sorrow for the relatives of the fata ...
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  • Princess Diana - 1,471 words
    Princess Diana Princess Diana was born The Honorable Diana Frances Spencer on July 1, 1961. She was the third female child to Viscount and Viscountess Althorp. Diana had two older sisters, Sarah and Jane and one younger brother, Charles. Her family was well off and Diana had a privileged childhood. The Spencers made their money as successful sheep traders in the 15th century. With their fortune they built Althorp House in Northamptonshire and acquired a family crest and motto God defend the right (Morton 10). The Spencers occupied various offices of State and Court. When Dianas was born her father was disappointed she was a girl. He was hoping for his third children to finally be a male hei ...
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  • Princess Diana - 1,456 words
    ... suitable husband. Since she never had a serious boyfriend, she had no way to compare Charless behavior. From this point on, Diana was never left alone by the press. She would give them polite, short answers about her relationship to Prince Charles. She began to feel suffocated and relayed this to Charles. He brushed her off, as did Buckingham Palace when Diana phoned the press office there for help (Morton 53). They told her she was on her own. Charles and Diana were never left alone together. This bothered Diana. There were always other guests around, including Camilla Parker-Bowles. Diana was suspicious of Camilla from the beginning. Charles told Camilla everything, even his intimate ...
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  • Princess Diana - 324 words
    Princess Diana Princess Diana was an exceptional leader. Diana worked as a kindergarten teacher in London until her engagement to Prince Charles was announced in February of 1981. She wed Prince Charles in an internationally televised ceremony on July 29, 1981. Almost immediately, "Shy Di" as she was initially called by the press, blossomed into the "people's Princess". Princess Diana contributed to society in so many ways; she would always go the extra mile to help people in need. While she became the president or patron for over 100 charities, there were many more that she raised funds and campaigned for. Diana was the busiest of the royal family. She was not just fulfilling a schedule or ...
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  • Princess Diana - 537 words
    Princess Diana Diana Frances Spencer was born July 1, 1961 at Park House, the home her parents rented on the the English royal family's estate at Sandringham. As a child she occasionally played with Prince Andrew and Prince Edward, who were near her in age. Diana had two older sisters, Sarah and Jane, and a younger brother, Charles. When Diana was six, her mother left her father. The Spencers divorced in 1969, and Diana's father received custody of the children. In 1975 Diana's father became the eighth Earl Spencer, making Diana a Lady. Diana and her siblings moved to Althorp, the Spencer family estate in Northampton. Diana attended private boarding schools. Although she wasn't an especially ...
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  • Princess Diana - 641 words
    Princess Diana In a changing world like ours today there is many uncertainties. There is one thing we are sure about, that's our own pass. When you look back at your life are you gonna see yourself as a leader or a follower? There is one woman from the last century, one that sticks out, to have been a leader for us. With the dawn of a new millenium upon us we need more women like Princess Diana to step up and become leaders in this changing world. Born July 1, 1961 near Sandringham, Norfolk. She was not born into poverty or had a rough life growing up. Her case was far from rags to riches story, like many want to believe. She was raised to be a good person, not having to rise above adversity ...
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  • Princess Diana - 716 words
    Princess Diana "Ive always thought, to provide some light along the way". This quote is in the words of one of the most caring that people need to feel good about themselves and I see my role as offering support to them and devoted ladies of our time. This lady is known to us as Diana, Princess of Wales. Princess Diana possessed every attribute that we consider role models to exhibit. Through Princess Dianas life she over came massive obstacles, incorporated her lifestyle and actions all because of her beliefs, and became universally beloved by many. Princess Diana has encountered many obstacles in her life. Yet, not one of them stopped her from achieving what she truly believed was possible ...
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  • Aristocracy In Britain - 1,015 words
    ... hard loved Mariah. However he was a little casanova and everyone in Britain knew that or it can be everyone in the entire world because he was so worldwide popular. He did a wrong terrible thing in his vocation, wrong to Mariah terrible to that girl in the Island. He was very attracted to that girl when he first saw her. She was topless and lying on the sand like a beautiful mermaid at the beach. She had yellowish green cat eyes and red hair, which shined like the Moon at night. Therefore, she captured Richardss attention. She was gorgeous and was the daughter of the famous media owner man, Richard Murdoch. She was surrounded by lots of bodyguards so it was very hard to get her attention ...
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  • Bulimia - 495 words
    Bulimia Bulimia effects many people. For instance, Princess Diana was a bulimic. She was always trying to lose weight and keep it off because the Royal Family told her she was chubby. So she would go on binges (eating large quantities of rich, yummy foods) and then disappear to the bathroom. Eventually she became very ill, and was treated at a hospital. Later on after she had recovered, she spoke at benefits, on behalf of other bulimics. Bulimia is a serious eating disorder that destroys the victims body, and can be extremely difficult to detect and treat. Being bulimic means that you eat large quantities of food and then you go puke it up, so you dont gain weight. The cause of bulimia is no ...
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  • First Stand - 1,455 words
    First Stand Many issues plague the world today. Questions arrive about how people should live, who should control the most power, and many other questions that Americans have spent all their lives trying to answer. This isnt an essay where I try to answer all those questions, but how I stand on certain issues like war, wealth, social status, education and finally technology. All those issues get even larger where even more questions arise. Those 3 sections are Political, Social, and Economical. War covers many issues of wars being prevented and how wars should be dealt with. Wealth is all about people who earn the money and people who just inherit it while social status is all about how peop ...
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  • Frailty Thy Name Is Woman - 553 words
    Frailty Thy Name Is Woman John F. Kennedy,Theodore Roosevelt , and Bill Clinton all, at one time, have been considered powerful and influential men. These men all once obtained the most influencial job in the United States and argueably in the world. Although these men had a vast impression on the world, their wives had an even more awe-inspiring effect on the world. Women constantly have been underappriciated for the most difficult and monotomous jobs around. Finally, a woman named Jackyln Onasis stood up for what she believes in and demanded to be listened to. She paved the way for future women, like Princess Diana and Hilary Clinton and alllowed women to become wealthier, more powerful, a ...
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  • Free Speech - 1,249 words
    Free Speech The first amendment to the constitution guarantees the right of free speech and of the press. Unfortunately, some individuals have used this right to protect themselves from litigation when they produce material that is pornographic, hateful or when they use ethically questionable methods when reporting a story. The government has attempted to intervene through passing laws and imposing regulations. The problem with placing restrictions on free speech is that the question of who will decide what is appropriate and what is not will inevitably be raised. There are two positions when debating this issue : 1) protect free speech even though some people abuse it or 2) freedom of speec ...
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  • Freedom Of Press - 2,698 words
    ... steady drumbeat of coverage, pounding on the same few facts amid great speculation, historical reminiscences, and anecdotes. Tom Rosenstiel, director of the Project for Excellence in Journalism said that, "In 12 hours of coverage, there were only about 10 minutes' worth of actual facts." Stephen Lacy, acting director of Michigan State University's School of Journalism in East Lansing said through the coverage of the Kennedy tragedy, he saw, "a bigger disconnect between the press and the public. It was a bit of overkill, especially on television." He went on to say that "The media have not quite realized that overplaying does not help their credibility, but continues to show examples of t ...
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  • Heroism And Myths - 509 words
    Heroism And Myths In this age the only way to be classified as a hero is to do something charitable, or standing up for your political beliefs. Our society no longer accepts the war aspect of being a hero. If someone were to single handedly defeat an army he would be given a medal, but be upstaged on the news by the person who donated a million dollars to a special fund. This is not bad, but it has shown how society has changed sense Beowulf's times. The heroes of today are Mother Theresa, Princess Diana, Ghandi, and Martin Luther King Jr., there are many more but none stand out as prominently. Grant it, they are all dead, they all either went out of their way to help others or believed in s ...
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  • Media Too Powerful - 1,405 words
    ... show came under even more scrutiny, and many people felt that Jenny Jones and her show was also responsible for this murder. People can't have trust in the media and many don't feel they can trust the judicial system. The media has taken it one step further, there is a book in the works on this case and they are negotiating a movie. It is hard to believe anyone could profit from this (French 1). Was the Vietnam War lost because of the media or because of political policies executed by senior commanders in Vietnam and by elected officials in Washington? The military claims that American reporters had free access to most battlefields, and were against the American effort. Officers claim t ...
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  • Michael Jordan - 1,218 words
    Michael Jordan Their season opened in Boston, against a young Celtics team that had listened to 80-year-old Red Auerbach. David Stern's name is on the basketball, Auerbach had said. Not Michael Jordan's. That evening, Celtics TV analyst Tom Heinsohn made sure his audience knew who Jordan is not. He's not God, Heinsohn said. Everybody treats him like a messiah or something. He isn't. If it seems odd, at this point, for so many to be confused about Michael Jordan's identity, it's only because Jordan makes it confusing. He does not own the Bulls, and he isn't general manager, but as sure as they lost their opener to the Celtics and as sure as they drifted through the first two months of the sea ...
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  • Prince William - 1,574 words
    Prince William In this essay, Prince William will be discussed based on information obtained through research on him and his family including general and personal information on him, his schooling and the important influences in his life. Prince William Arthur Phillip Louis Windsor is one of the most known people in the world despite the fact that he is only sixteen. This essay contains general information on Prince William, personal information, Prince Williamss education and his life story obtained from various magazine articles throughout his life. General information will include who Prince William is, where he was born, different forms of his name, and what other monarchists he is rel ...
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  • Prince William - 1,638 words
    ... Sixth School" and an hour later, at 6:00 p.m., they have a forty-five minute study period. At 7:45 p.m., the student's supper is served. Then, 8:00 p.m. the school is required to have house prayers. At 8:30 p.m., there is another study period, and finally, the day ends at 10:00 p.m. when all lights are ordered off. The "Fifth School" and "Sixth School" are on the whole school days only. In winter, spring and summer, the hours are slightly modified; for instance, teatime for the summer is at 4:45 p.m. or 5:30 p.m. Prince William's life is indeed intriguing and his life's details would be interesting. Being a Prince, alone makes anyone famous and well known. However, Prince William is rela ...
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  • Princess Di - 213 words
    Princess Di THERE ARE MANY IMPORTANT PEOPLE IN OUR SOCIETY TODAY. FOR EXAMPLE, THERE ARE MOVIE STARS, ATHLEATS, PEOPLE WHO INSPIRE OTHERS, AND PEOPLE WHO HELP OTHERS. ONE PERSON WHO I BELIEVE EXCELLED IN OUR WORLD WAS PRINCESS DIANA. PRINCESS DIANA WAS A LOVING, CARING, AND HELPING WOMEN WHOM A LOT OF PEOPLE ADMIRE. THIS WOMAN CAN BE SEEN AS MANY THINGS SUCH AS A PRINCESS, MOTHER, AND AS DOING ALL SHE CAN DO TO HELP THE NEEDY. DIANA WAS KNOWN FOR HER HELPING, CARING, AND LOVING HEART. DIANA WAS TO MARRY THE PRINCE OF WHALES, ALSO KNOWN AS PRINCE CHARLES. THE DAY THEY MARRIED, PRINCESS DIANA BECAME THE PRINCESS OF WHALES. SHE WENT FROM BEING A SHY YOUNG GIRL TO A RADIANT AND DYNAMIC WOMAN WHO ...
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  • Shakespeares Essay - 300 words
    Shakespeare's Essay Alan Massy-Shakespeare's plays speak to us today with an extraordinary and an unfailing immediacy. There are themes in the play that are relevant to life today such as when mans social, political and ethical worlds are out of balance. This lack of balance is symbolized by a disjunction in his own health and in nature. In other words natural illnesses or occurrences are symbolic of the illness in his thinking. This happens today and is also illustrated in Shakespeare's Hamlet. Man often equates his own physical illness with the break down of his political system. In the opening scene of Hamlet Francisco says 'Tis bitter cold, / And I am sick at heart (1.1.9). His discomfor ...
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