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  • Bad - 1,562 words
    ... l girl in town. I will get her good. Just wait and see. **** The weeks went by. My friends gave me hell. They kidded me about being the hot stud who thought a girl like Jenny would actually be interested in me. I laughed about it with them. Inside, I was on fire. I had heard she had told all her new friends what a geek I was. She told them everything I had said to her. It made me look like some kind of freak. I was really only trying to be nice to her. She is the one that kissed me. I wouldn't have had the nerve to do anything on my own. Why does she tell everyone about me? I was only trying to help. She needs to keep her mouth shut, but she wont. Maybe I can help her out with that probl ...
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  • Bring On The Cheesecake - 1,408 words
    Bring On The Cheesecake I AM ... beautiful. As you are beautiful, as he is beautiful, as all of us, even our enemies, are beautiful. And yet, most of us spend a good portion of our everyday lives looking in the mirror, critiquing ourselves, pointing out problem areas, and generally going ugh. We compare ourselves to Kate Moss, Ricky Martin, Nicole Kidman, Brad Pitt, and Brittney Spears, all of whom in our eyes exemplify the ultimate in beauty, sensuality, and ... airbrushing. Yes, airbrushing, that oh-so-handy technique employed by magazines worldwide to make the attractive look perfect. Perfect? You call Kate Moss perfect? Every time I see her picture, I just want to force-feed her a huge p ...
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  • Cyrano De Bergerac - 653 words
    Cyrano De Bergerac The idea that ones outer beauty can be overlooked and the true beauty on the inside can be acknowledged. Beauty is only skin deep, and it is demonstrated in the story of Cyrano de Bergerac. One can see that Roxane looked past Cyranos looks, and looked inside him where she found her love. Can inner beauty transcend outer beauty? It will be evident that people do not look for just an appearance, because looks fade and your personality will be all that is left. In the play the character of Cyrano, is a very witty and intelligent man, but with a rather enormous nose. He had fell in love with this girl Roxane, but was ashamed to proclaim his love for her. When Cyrano finds out ...
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  • Decubitis Ulcers - 1,134 words
    Decubitis Ulcers Decubitis Ulcers J. Caldwell P.N.S. 1. Decubitis Ulcers are also known as bed sores.(Marsh 1) They are mostly seen in Geriatrics patients. They occur in people who are put on bed rest, or long periods of wheelchair use. A traumatic decubitis ulcer is precipitated by continuous pressure on the skin and deep tissue with ischemic necrosis (Plewig 369). These particular ulcers are mainly found on bony parts of the body. They develop when the cells die because there is a tremendous amount of pressure put on the skin and it is trapped between a mattress or chair and tiny blood vessels collapse. The parts of the body that are affected by these ulcers are the back of the head, ear, ...
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  • Feminine Traditions - 1,138 words
    Feminine Traditions In our society women are often pressured and conditioned to conform to traditional feminine standards. In the past fifty or so years women have begun to find modes of resistance against these cultural constraints. In this essay I will cover Bartkys essay " Skin Deep", she theorizes about the"properly feminine subject", the definition of the body, disciplinary practices and how to resist. Bartky theorizes about the properly feminine subject by stating that it is to embody the proper feminine qualities of character and behaviors. According to Bartky the properly feminine woman must be sure to never appear sloppy or loose. The properly feminine woman should also allow hersel ...
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  • Harry Potter And Sorcerer Stone By Rowling - 1,056 words
    Harry Potter And Sorcerer Stone By Rowling Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling is a children's novel about a young boy, Harry Potter, and his adventures at Hogwarts, a school for wizards and witches. The novel is filled with humorous tales of exciting escapades in and around the school. There are many characters in the novel, and they do not always get along well. They make fun of each other and judge each other by a certain set of standards. Some of these standards include wealth, intelligence, family and athletic ability. These are all superficial ways of judging people. Being a children's author, Rowling shows her readers other, more important ways of categorizing others ...
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  • How Far Do We In Britain Live In A Democracy - 1,114 words
    ... ey act will effect whether they get voted into power again. And it is possible for an individual to have their voice heard as specific interests can go into parliament through lobbying through an MP. A parties policies are very clearly laid out before an election, you know what values you are voting for when you hand over your power. And most importantly, because of a representative democracy, representatives have a close attachment with their constituency. They will be there frequently, holding surgeries and be expected to answer mail from their constituents. Linking back to the liberal democracy, in Britain, the way that it works is through the parliamentary system, so it is known as p ...
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  • Humble Humbert: Mastermind Behind Lolita - 1,423 words
    Humble Humbert: Mastermind Behind Lolita Humble Humbert: I Think Not. Humbert Humbert. A delusional, sick, middle aged man obsessed with a self created love for pre-pubescent girls he has namely dubbed nymphets. Right? Wrong, this is only the skin-deep image we are given of the main character in Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita. Rather, He is a highly intelligent chess master who is constantly aware of his environment and is able to manipulate it with minute actions bringing him the results he desires. Humbert's obsession for the opposite sex starts in chapters three and four when we are introduced to his first love - Annabel. As Humbert recalls his beloved nymphets, he talks of two kinds of visual ...
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  • Image And Reality - 1,478 words
    ... civil rights movement in order to gain black votes (335). Jack did not care about black issues, as he made it seem. The only time he even talked about blacks was about getting black votes (336). Kennedy made it appear as though he was in favor of civil rights, and said that he would use his presidential powers, once elected, to end segregation. His sympathy toward Martin Luther King made black civil rights leaders believe he was the epitome of equality. But once in office he neglected his promises because he did not want to make southern Democrats angry. Their support was needed in Congress to pass legislation (335-36). On top of all of that Jack appointed forty blacks for important gov ...
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  • John Keats La Belle Dame Sans Merci - 526 words
    John Keats La Belle Dame Sans Merci SPeech is where you make speeches. "La Belle Dame sans Merci" In "La Belle Dame sans Merci," John Keats' stresses the idea that beauty is only skin deep and also lies in the eye of the beholder. Through the use of two speakers, Keats' is able to portray his theme by means of a story. As the poem begins, the reader meets the first speaker. As we read on, we come to find out that this is a passer-by. We also find out the state of the other speaker, "wretched Wight." Sounds so full of life. We also find out the setting. "The sedge is wither'd from the lake, /And no birds sing." Again, the reader sees the lack of life in the setting. As the first speaker conti ...
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  • Macbeth - 1,010 words
    Macbeth Does the statement "Fair is foul, and foul is fair" thoroughly expresses the many themes of Shakespeares Macbeth? The first time we hear the statement is very early in the play when the witches say the exact line "Fair is foul, and foul is fair" only for Macbeth himself to repeat it very closely two scenes later. This repetition of the lines shows me that the characters themselves believe that there are many foul events taking place. In this essay I will endeavour to prove that the above statement doesnt express Macbeth thoroughly. Firstly I will show the fair Macbeth himself degrading into a foul inhuman monster. Secondly, I will compare the witches to Macbeth to demonstrate the rea ...
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  • Racially Biased Pretextual Traffic Stops - 1,824 words
    Racially Biased Pretextual Traffic Stops The interviews excerpted here show that racially biased pretextual traffic stops have a strong and immediate impact on the individual African-American drivers involved. These stops are not the minor inconveniences they might seem to those who are not subjected to them. Rather, they are experiences that can wound the soul and cause psychological scar tissue to form. And the statistics show that these experiences are not simply disconnected anecdotes or exaggerated versions of personal experiences, but rather established and persistent patterns of law enforcement conduct. It may be that these stops do not spring from racism on the part of individual off ...
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  • Robert Browning - 1,694 words
    Robert Browning The creation of a plausible character within literature is one of the most difficult challenges to a writer, and development to a level at which the reader identifies with them can take a long time. However, through the masterful use of poetic devices and language Browning is able to create two living and breathing characters in sixty or less lines. When one examines these works one has to that they are quite the achievements for they not only display the personas of two distinct men but also when compared show large differences while dealing with essentially the same subject. A brief examination of the structural aspects of "Porphyrias Lover" is needed before further analysi ...
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  • Romeo And Juliet - 1,056 words
    Romeo and Juliet It is not so much the central characters of the play, Romeo and Juliet themselves, as the minor characters that are responsible for their tragic end. I agree with this analysis to a high extent, but have also considered the other possible reasons why they died. The most commonly seen reason for Romeos and Juliets downfall would be the feud between the Capulets and the Montagues. However, the over-looked, minor characters play an important role in the downfall of Romeo and Juliet. They were constantly pushing them into secrecy and forcing them to construct a large and complex plan that results in Romeos and Juliets deaths. Tybalt is the trigger that sends Romeo and Juliet off ...
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  • Shakespeares Poems - 876 words
    Shakespeare`s Poems Time has seen an infinite amount of beauty in its long existence. Nature has produced so many wonderful scenes and objects that we cannot collect it all even in one life. We ourselves are keepers of such beauty and intrigue that poets and other writers have captured our essence in prose. Whether its beauty that is skin deep or the beauty of a face that makes you look twice, what attracts us is not always what attracts your neighbor. Shakespeares, "My Mistress Eyes Are Nothing Like the Sun," and Lord Byrons, "She Walks in Beauty," are the epitome of what men and women long for. Although different in their interpretations of beauty, they hold true to the meaning of beauty, ...
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  • Sociologyofsport - 1,060 words
    sociologyofsport "Im going to have to let you go," says coach Tim Koth to another former player as he adds another notch to his belt. "Its nothing personal, I like you," he says, "but I have to look at this as a business." Is that what it is? I always looked at sport as an outlet, or even an opportunity; but sport is a business, that has become the cruel reality of modern day sport. This paper will discuss various aspects and show different examples of some ways in which this fact is apparent. I am a unit, specifically, a mere employee within a corporation earning just around four thousand dollars per year. Quincy University (as well as other universities) represents the corporation; it is b ...
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  • The Grapes Of Wrath Economic Battle - 1,214 words
    The Grapes of Wrath - Economic Battle The Grapes of Wrath is a novel by John Steinbeck that exposes the desperate conditions under which the migratory farm families of America during the 1930's live under. The novel tells of one families migration west to California through the great economic depression of the 1930's. The Joad family had to abandon their home and their livelihoods. They had to uproot and set adrift because tractors were rapidly industrializing their farms. The bank took possession of their land because the owners could not pay off their loan. The novel shows how the Joad family deals with moving to California. How they survive the cruelty of the land owners that take advanta ...
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  • The Road To Beauty Is A Long And Thin One - 1,514 words
    ... lectrolyte Imbalances, electrolytes are essential to the production of the body's natural electicity that ensures healthy teeth, joints and bones, nerve and muscle impulses, kidneys and heart, blood sugar levels and the delivery of oxygen to the cells. Lanugo (soft downy hair on face, back and arms). This is caused due to a protective mechanism built in to the body to help keep a person warm during periods of starvation and malnutrition, and the hormonal imbalances that result. Edema is the swelling of the soft tissues as a result of excess water accumulation. It is most common in the legs and feet of compulsive overeaters and in the abdominal area of anorexics and Bulimics it can also b ...
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