Caries - 2,340 words
Caries have been a constant nuisance to humans, decaying teeth can become a major problem for those affected. It is certainly not the oldest pathology, nor the one of the greatest prevalence throughout humankind, but the information that can be extrapolate from such pathologies is great. The aim of this paper is to outline the pathology of caries and the influence that these have had on the human populations affected. Caries or caries dentium is the common name for tooth decay. It is a local disease, which is characterized by an irreversible and permanent destruction of the tooth hard tissue, enamel. Thus spreads the destruction to the rest of the tooth and, and possibly leading to tooth los ...
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Zip It Up - 332 words
Clothes are important in presenting a good first impression and have become a necessity for life. They can also be a great form of embarrassment. A popped button might expose a pale stomach. A skirt not done up properly may expose undergarments, or worse, fall down. So much for a good impression. As well, tripping over shoelaces makes one look like they have the grace of an elephant. Perhaps this is where Whitcomb Jackson came up with his great invention. A fastener was created in 1891, later named the zipper. This creation revolutionized the fastener and clothing industry. The zipper contains two separate rows of teeth that can be interlocked to close a garment. The slide of the zipper, use ...
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Gun Controll - 321 words
A. Its is very obvious that our gun controll laws are not sufficient. 1. explain a few reasons why these laws are not working 2. tell you a few solutions i might have to make things better. A. guns dont kill people, people kill people b. Trigger locks and responsible parenting are an easy fix. c. In one year, firearms killed no children in Japan, 19 in Great Britain, 57 in Germany, 109 in France, 153 in Canada, and 5,285 in the United States. (www.handguncontroll.com) a. Trigger locks and warning labels are not going to fix a single thing in this situation. b. People kill each other if they want to, not because the gun told them to. c. Capital punishment (death penalty or worse) would discou ...
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The Roman Army - 1,737 words
The Roman Empire is considered by many as the basis of modern civilization. Today we use a form of government that was started by them long before people even knew that the Earth was round. Their reign of power began around 509 BC with the overthrow of the Etruscan dynasty till 1453 with the fall of Constantinople to the Turks. Their land, at its peak, contained such areas as Britain, Spain, Gaul, Mauretania, Egypt, Judea, Syria, Mesopotamia, Armenia, Dacia, Illyria, Macedonia, Greece, Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily, Crete, Cyprus and of course Italy. The government of Rome had to first conquer these lands then later they would have to protect them. So they formed what is considered the greatest ...
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Benjamin Franklin - 1,285 words
... udonym in order to remain anonymous. Hence, Richard Saunders Philomath is created by Franklin and predestined to write his almanac. Benjamin Franklins almanac was a tremendous success; no other book in the colonies sold more copies, except the Bible (Doren 148). With success comes recognition and Franklin was most certainly recognized within the colonies. Year after year, Franklin packed the almanac with his sayings and rearranged proverbs. Franklins Biographer Milton Meltzer says, Franklin was adept at taking other peoples lines and giving them a wry twist that enhanced their flavor and drove home their meaning (90). For instance, an old proverb goes God restorth health and physicians h ...
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America Civilization - 808 words
Upon the European's discovery and colonization of the Americas an irreversible transformation was triggered. The extreme differences in the cultures of the Europeans and Native Americans would prove to be fatal to the way of life that existed before European colonization. It appears that the majority of the actions of the Native Americans towards the new European colonists were in peace and acceptance. Unfortunately the colonists dreams conflicted with the views of the Native Americans. The 'free living' philosophy of the Native American's left them open to an unexpected overtaking by the colonists. The Europeans believed in making a new world out of America while completely disregarding the ...
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Analysis Of A Firm - 2,342 words
... he Edsel, the importance of a target market is extremely high. "Loss of a targeted marketing focus usually means a loss in sales" (Gallagher). Ford has a different car targeted towards different age groups, personalities, genders and economic standing and more. The Ford Mustang, for example, is targeted mainly at the middle aged. This is exhibited by its slogan of "it is what it was and more" This implies that the targeted consumer would be old enough to remember what the mustang was when it first came out in the 1960's. Another example is Ford Trucks. Their slogan is built Ford Tough The toughness implies a target towards rugged men. Because of the fact that the word tough is used, it s ...
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Future City - 1,679 words
The purpose of this report is to inform the governmental board of the last three entries into Future City. As Commissioner of Personal Selection, I have chosen my three candidates to fill each position. My decision did not come easily. On several occasions I was torn between two choices, but after laboring over each pro and con of each applicant, I have finally made my decision. Each of the three chosen applicants possess outstanding qualities in the medical, ecological, and humanitarian fields that will help the community to blossom in this unseemly time. Future city can only operate if the assigned individuals perform there duties to the to the best of there ability. Although Future City h ...
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How To Be A Hacker - 2,140 words
... le wearing a body cast. Besides, Unix is the operating system of the Internet. While you can learn to use the Internet without knowing Unix, you can't be an Internet hacker without understanding it. For this reason, the hacker culture today is pretty strongly Unix-centered. (This wasn't always true, and some old-time hackers aren't happy about it, but the symbiosis between Unix and the Internet has become strong enough that even Microsoft's muscle doesn't seem able to seriously dent it.) So, bring up a Unix -- I like Linux myself but there are other ways (and yes, you can run both Linux and DOS/Windows on the same machine). Learn it. Run it. Tinker with it. Talk to the Internet with it. ...
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High School Uniforms - 853 words
School uniforms have been an issue in our nation for quite some time. Many of todays teens, find that it is very uncomfortable to wear uniforms to school. The biggest question that school uniforms raise, is weather or not wearing uniforms makes the students more disciplined to do their school work. Researchers have now found the facts of the continuing issue of school uniforms and the effects they have on the student body. Students of today, are very self conscience about themselves and the clothing that they wear. If someone where to take a student that is very self conscience and told him/her to put on the uniform that made him feel uncomfortable, what is the point? The point is children h ...
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Wild Mustangs - 1,702 words
Wild mustangs have captured the thoughts and imagination of almost everyone at some point in time. From pictures of wild horses silhouetted against the sunset, to visions of the Wild West and the Cowboys and Indians that rode the wild mustangs and ponies. But how much of these stories are true and what part is pure imagination? My grandfather was a farmer for many years in southern Nevada, and although he was never a "mustanger" he used to tell me some very exciting stories when we would go back to the farm for a visit. I remember as a child looking out across the horizon, and thinking, if I looked hard enough, maybe, just maybe, I would catch a glimpse of the wild horses that ran through th ...
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Wexford - 1,076 words
Essay #2: Wexford (A Portrait of Evil) The character Wexford of the book Peace Breaks Out, is by no question an atypical adolescent. He is different than the rest of his peers, Wexford is an evil villain. But, as well as being evil he is also extremely bright, he goes about his business very smart and without having do any of the dirty work. He is smarter than the average teenage boy. He is more mature and more prepared to face the real world. From the start of the book when the characters are first introduced to us it is evident that Wexford is different from the other boys. When Eric Hochschwender was stating his opinion of American History most of the other boys just let him say what he w ...
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Whats That Sound Outside - 1,309 words
How would you like to make $100,000 a year by only working thirty hours a week? Just imagine being able to show up at your job around nine o'clock in the morning without any boss getting mad at you for being late. While picking up the keys to your brand new, company truck, you check your messages in order to see what work needs to be done during the day. You head out and make your rounds to the customers that have requested your services, and then return to the office at three o clock in the afternoon to pick up your personal vehicle. The rest of the afternoon you are free to spend time with your family, and to complete some odd chores around the house. Many Americans believe that this scena ...
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Carlin George - 1,179 words
... f the dominant culture's inevitable efforts to force those groups who do not share its mores to conform to it's way of thinking, acting, and speaking."(Gunther, 1991) Therefore, the Supreme Court looked upon Carlin's monologue as indecent but not obscene. The FCC was given the power to regulate the airwaves and prohibit broadcasters from promoting "indecent" material over the radio. After the Pacifica case the FCC has also extended the ban of indecent as well as obscene materials to 24 hours per day. Because of the 24 hour ban the previous "law of nuisance" allowing for indecent material to be "channeled" at certain times of the day was abolished. To promote strong regulation against ind ...
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Cigarettes - 882 words
My father is addicted to cigarettes and it has been that way for years. I still remember those long winter evenings spent with my father in our living room. Him reading a newspaper and us playing around. But one think from that time I remember most, it was the unpleasant cigarettes smoke we had to inhale . When I was a youngster I did not realized that smoking or breathing the cigarettes smoke may be so dangerous. Every year cigarettes kill hundreds of thousands people, and many more will suffer from cancers, and other diseases. These horrible illnesses were known to originate from cigarettes for years, and recently nicotine, the main chemical additive in cigarettes nicotine has a major inf ...
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Woburn - 630 words
The Woburn trial was an incredibly complex case involving thirty-three plaintiffs, two defendants, a mountain of conflicting hydro-geological and medical testimony regarding causation, and multiple claims including negligence, nuisance and emotional distress. That is why, in my professional opinion, Judge Skinner changed the complete outcome of the trial with his actions, concerning both the procedure of the trial, and his own personal interactions with myself. I believe that his actions should be reviewed, as it gave an unfair advantage to the defendants, assisting them in their goals in dulling my legal strategy. Given the complexity of the case, Judge Skinner's decision to divide the tria ...
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Why Dirty Words Are Dirty - 1,129 words
... conform to it's way of thinking, acting, and speaking."(Gunther, 1991) Therefore, the Supreme Court looked upon Carlin's monologue as indecent but The FCC was given the power to regulate the airwaves and prohibit broadcasters from promoting "indecent" material over the radio. After the Pacifica case the FCC has also extended the ban of indecent as well as obscene materials to 24 hours per day. Because of the 24 hour ban the previous "law of nuisance" allowing for indecent material to be "channeled" at certain times of the day was abolished. To promote strong regulation against indecent material the FCC has the authority to issue fines on broadcasters, whether it be fines in the terms of ...
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Chandler Head Under Cloud - 834 words
Even the cloud in Chandler's life is little, like everything else he is associated with. A little cloud is sometimes nice to look at because of the contrast it shows against the blue sky, but it is not of much use, if you are looking for rain. A little cloud in the sky after many hot days teases the hopes but does not deliver what it promises. Is not capable of delivering. In the poetic world of Chandler, his poetic qualifications/capabilities are like the little cloud. It is great that he feels that he can write poetry, and thus distinguish himself from the rest of his world, but he cannot achieve much. "Chandler floats on a little cloud, a temporary one, after his meeting with Gallaher, an ...
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Song Of The Unsung Antihero - 2,609 words
... of poverties, that greatest of indignities, death. In a less extreme form we have in Death the same technique that makes the formulaic horror movie ultimately so reassuring. In such movies, all but one or two characters are obviously victims, idiots who insist on backing into dusty, cobwebbed rooms while a heavy-handed score positively shouts warning. While these obvious victims are dropping like flies, the audience is encouraged to identify principally with the common-sensical hero who is marked from the beginning as a survivor. Happily, Miller rejects this emotional gimmick through the bulk of the play, drawing us into the foolish Willy Loman's psyche through a variety of experimental ...
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Blindfaith - 864 words
In the story "Cathedral" by Raymond Carver, the main character, goes through a major personal transformation. At the beginning of the story, his opinions of others are filled with stereotypes, discrimination and prejudice. Through interaction with his wife's blind friend Robert, his attitude and outlook on life changes. Although at first he seemed afraid to associate with a blind man, Robert's outgoing personality left him with virtually no choice. During Robert's visit, he proved to be a normal man, and showed the speaker that by closing his eyes, he could open his mind. The speaker's prejudice was nearly overwhelming at the opening of the story. "His being blind bothered me," he said. "A b ...
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