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  • Y2k: Should We Be Worried? - 904 words
    Some people wonder what Y2K is, and whether it is true or false. Should we be worried about Y2K? Some people are sure it is false, yet the news stresses that it is true. This has many people in fear for their life. Some have been preparing for over a year now because they think Y2K is going to hit and the power will go out and absolutely nothing will work. Should we believe this? Many people ask, "What is Y2K?". It made me wonder one day, "What does Y2K really mean?". I went to the search engine Altavista and typed in "What does Y2K stand for?". I looked and looked and finally found a page that answered mine and many others' questions. Y2K stands for Year 2000. Why K though? Why not Y2T? It ...
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  • Youth Unemployment - 618 words
    Introduction Youth unemployment is a term used for people between the ages of 15-19, that do not attend school or tertiary level and don't have any form of paid job. There are reasons causing this growing problem. These being; employers not wanting inexperienced woorkers, the low rate of pay and the transition period from education to the work force after the completion of year 12. Fortunately, there are a vast majority of "youth friendly industries". This implies that, when certain companies are labelled a "youth friendly industry" not only do they employ trained adults but also the inexperienced youth of society. To further develop skills and decline the rate of early school leavers, the g ...
    Related: unemployment, unemployment rate, more effective, government intervention, counteract
  • Young Hunting - 585 words
    I finally shot my first bird! I said after I got the bird in my hands. I was very excited. I hunted almost all my life and finally shot something. I hunted and still hunt because I enjoy going out in nature, to relax, and learn new skills like finding the trace of an animal. Going out hunting is exciting because it is one of my favorite hobbies. When I was five years old I began hunting with my grandfather, but it wasnt me that shot with the gun yet. Throughout all the years I have been hunting with him I have learned that nature should be respected. He once said to me in French Respecter la nature cest le plus important que la chasse. It means that respecting nature is more important than h ...
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  • Young Goodman Brown - Losing Faith - 628 words
    In the book Young Goodman Brown by Nathaniel Hawthorne, Goodman Brown wife's name is important to the story because Goodman Brown loses his faith but his wife Faith keeps her faith. The story takes place in a puritan town in Salem back when there believed to be witches. Goodman Browns grandfather and relatives took part in killing and beating the witches in town. The story starts out on a cold night on a special day of the year. That night Goodman Brown took a trip into the forest and told his wife Faith that he had to do business. Faith did not want Goodman Brown to leave but he had to leave and left here there sad. As Goodman Brown left he thought to himself, "Well; she's a blessed angel o ...
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  • Young Goodman Brown - 535 words
    Young Goodman Brown Nathaniel Hawthornes Young Goodman Brown is an excellent example of the struggle with Puritanism during his time. This was a common theme among many great authors of his time and no better example is illustrated than here. The story takes place primarily in the forest with a very foreboding atmosphere creeping through the entire time. The story starts off with Young Goodman Brown on the cusp of leaving his wife for a journey which she begs him not to do. He does so anyway. On his venture, he meets the devil. The devil presents himself to Young Goodman Brown in an image that he is very familiar with: the image of his grandfather. Though he is uneasy about venturing deep in ...
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  • Yossarian - 1,191 words
    Character Analysis Captain John Yossarian is the main character of Joseph Hellers 1961 satirical war novel, Catch-22. Hes a bombardier in the Army Air Corps 256th bomber squadron and he suffers from an intense fear of death. Catch-22 is a mysterious regulation that traps its victims in a web of circular reason. Basically, if theres a rule then theres always an exception to it. For instance, Catch-22 says that no one is allowed to read Catch-22. It always creates circumstances where, when things look fine, Catch-22 appears and ruins everything. Catch-22 keeps Yossarian in the war because his Colonel continues raising the number of missions he has to fly before he can be rotated Stateside. Fro ...
    Related: yossarian, primary goal, worth living, common sense, assyrian
  • Yangshao And Longshan Cultures - 647 words
    When people today think of ancient Chinese cultures, they immediately think of the more commonly known periods such as the Warring States period and the Ming Dynasty. China's history stretches many more millennia into the past however, and some of the most important cultures are those that existed in prehistory, the Neolithic era. These cultures are extremely mysterious. We have no written documents by them and little of their villages survive. But scholars are learning more and more about these cultures from their art, namely pottery, that has fortunately survived seemingly countless years buried in the earth. The Yangshao and Longshan are two of these cultures that have left traces of thei ...
    Related: chinese culture, social order, ancient chinese, warring states, legs
  • Yoga/meditation - 1,158 words
    Originally, my plan was to spend three days in Oklahoma practicing yoga two to three times a day and spend at least a couple of hours a day in meditation. The first day went alright for a little while. I arose at ten oclock or so and began with an hour and forty-five minute session with kriyas and meditation. That yeilded a wonderful, relaxed feeling. Afterwards, I was inspired to take a rare cold shower. Throughout the rest of the day I attempted short meditations. My problems with this were that my diet did not support me nutriciously and I did not leave my mothers apartment. I was left with a feeling of being trapped in an unhealthy and stiffling environment. Later in the evening, because ...
    Related: daily life, furthering, silence, productive
  • Yes Network Sues Cablevision - 490 words
    The YES Network, frustrated by the fact that it can not be seen in three million metropolitan area households in New York served Cablevision with a suit in federal court in Manhattan yesterday. YES accused Cablevision of violating antitrust laws, by illegally using its power as an owner of both cable systems and sports networks like MSG and Fox Sports New York to deny YES's Yankees games to its subscribers. Leo J. Hindery Jr., YES's chairman, who said he had waited to file suit until he was sure that Cablevision would not agree to terms accepted by any cable systems and DirecTV. Because of this Cablevision subscribers are very upset due to the fact that they have missed 22 Yankees games on Y ...
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  • Your Lord Says, "call On Me And I Will Answer You. Those Who Are Too Proud To Worship Me Will Enter Hell Abject." (qur'an, 40:60) - 975 words
    According to the Qur'an, prayer, meaning "calling, giving expression, requesting, seeking help," is a person's turning sincerely to Allah, and seeking help from Him, the Almighty, the Compassionate and Merciful, in the knowledge that he is a dependent being. Illness is one of those instances when a person feels this dependence most and draws closer to Allah. Furthermore, sickness is a test, devised in His Wisdom, that takes place by His Will, and is a warning to remind people of the transience and imperfection of this life, and is also a source of recompense in the Hereafter for the patient and submissive. Those without faith, on the other hand, imagine that the way to recovery is through do ...
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  • Youth Drug Abuse - 644 words
    Recently, the case of drug abuses reported among youngsters has increased dramatically owing to the growing popularity of rave parties. More surprising, taking ecstasy, a rave drug, has become a habit for party-goers as young as 12. The trend is so serious that it sparks the concerns of our society. Actions should be taken immediately to highlight the dangers of taking drugs. However, are the governments actions adequate? Personally, I don t think so. Simply searching and putting warnings on the entry tickets for rave parties are not enough. Further actions and other measures must be taken to prevent the use of drugs among the youth. Instead of putting warnings on the entry tickets, the gove ...
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  • Youth Rebelliion In The 1950s - 1,034 words
    History Essay By Ben Roberson During the 1950's there was significant social change taking place in America. Young people were dissatisfied with certain conservative aspects of society and their conduct reflected this. They embraced the rock and roll culture, the new style of music and also the new styles of dancing and dress that were associated with it shocked the older more conservative people. Young people were also quick to protest against the controversial issues of the 1950's. Civil Rights, the Vietnam War and general politics provided fuel for an already blazing fire. Mass production meant cheaper motorcycles and cars, providing the young people with freedom that was previously not w ...
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  • Yellow Wallpaper - 940 words
    Identifying Facts 1.Huck and Jim avoided being seen while floating down the river by camouflaging the raft with thickets and things of that sort. They would just cover themselves up with things of nature which served as a shelter and a hiding place. 2. Huck discovers three men on the wrecked steamboat Jake Packard, Jim Turner, and Bill. 3. Huck and Jim cannot escape the steamboat because there were drunk men in their way. 4.The steamboat sinks 5.Huck gets his information about dukes and kings from books. Chapters 15-16 Identifying Facts 1. Huck and Jim's plan to reach safe territory was to sell the raft and get on a steamboat and go to the free states. 2. When Huck rejoins Jim after they are ...
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  • Young Goodman Brown - 702 words
    Young Goodman Brown "Young Goodman Brown" by Nathaniel Hawthorne contains much symbolism. The symbols take many forms from the setting to the characters. The symbols can be viewed as just part of the story line, but upon further thought they represent many different things. Faith, Brown's wife, is a symbol herself. When he says, "My love and my Faith," he is using his wife as a symbol and is really referring to his love and faith in God. He goes on to say "this one night I must tarry away from thee." He means that he must part from his faith in God to carry on with his journey. He also says to the devil, " Faith kept me back awhile" and is making reference to a higher being that is trying to ...
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  • Yellow Journalism And Mass Media - 583 words
    Yellow Journalism and Mass Media It is the news that informs us of the events that change our lives and entertains us when we are seeking something to do. Journalism has been the staple of American life for quite some time and will probably keep the same effect for years to come. Journalism has also changed many lives in American History. Furthermore, I leave you with my essay on the the hype of the early ninteen hundreds; the infamous Yellow Press. Basically, Yellow Journalism was the given name to mass media in the early eighteenth century. It consisted of cartoons, illustrations, catchy stories, and things that appealed to the readers interests and values(Mass Media 1). Sometimes the cont ...
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  • Youth Unemployment And Crime - 1,957 words
    Opinions such as those found in the Smith Family Youth Unemployment Report (2003) which hypothesize that juvenile crime is directly connected to the high rates of youth unemployment in Australia cannot be neither accepted nor critiqued until there is a clear understanding of what the terms "Youth Unemployment" and "Juvenile Crime" mean in the context of this essay. In this essay youth unemployment is generally taken to include the entire 15-24 age cohort - not just 15-19 year old teenagers - who are no longer at school or university and who are without a job. I have chosen to include 20-24 year olds under the banner of "Youth", as it gives a fairer picture of the performance of all young peo ...
    Related: crime prevention, crime rate, juvenile crime, property crime, unemployment, unemployment rate
  • Young Goodman Brown Vs. Rose For Emily - 808 words
    In this paper I would like to evaluate and analyze two literary works, namely, Young Goodman Brown by Nathaniel Hawthorne and Rose For Emily by William Faulkner. The reason for my choosing these two works is the following: I believe that on close reading of the aforementioned novels one can trace the similarity in the personality of the main character is portrayed as being the incarnation of twisted perception of the world and what good and evil is. Young Goodman Brown is a story that spotlights on a man that has to choose between right and wrong, and good and evil. Towards the end, Goodmans journey from the village through the forest and back again is turned into a self-assessment about his ...
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  • Yahoo Case - 602 words
    1. Should stock options be counted as an expense? Stock options should be counted as an expense for the fact that they represent something of value, even though this value is not always precisely estimated. a. Make the argument for counting them as expenses. The company gives the owners of call options the right yet not the obligation to buy the specified stock at a certain time at a certain price. The reasonable owner of stock options will buy the stock at the specified price only if it is less than the current market price. Such right albeit uncertain is considered to be expenditure for the company and therefore should be expensed. Even if the stock options are never exercised, this somewh ...
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