Gasoline Motor Oil Which Is More Important
1,050 wordsGasoline, Motor Oil: Which is more important? Any driver will testify that they want to feel safe in their cars, motor oil and gasoline advertisers argue that each product is important to the driver while striving to accomplish the goal of making this feeling a reality. With drivers being put through more and more rigorous conditions on this nations roads and highways, how could anyone not want to feel safe in their cars? Travel by automobile has become increasingly viewed as one of the safest m...
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Friends And Family Speed Limit
833 wordsChoices are part of everyday life. The choices that you make have a great effect on your outcome in life. Whether the decision is big or small, you should always be cautious and learn valuable lessons from each choice that you make. One must encounter choices that have to be made everyday. You may not even be aware of the choices that you make because of the unimportance of it to you at the time. The are decisions that you must make at work, school, home, and even the city that you live in play ...
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Capital Punishment Death Penalty
1,112 wordsSeveral of the reasons put forward for capital punishment have to do with the protection of society. Certain criminals must die, the defenders of the death penalty argue, so the rest of us can be safe or, at least, safer. How do the deaths of some criminals protect the rest of us? In several ways, according to the death penalty's proponents. On one level, the execution of dangerous criminals can be seen as a simple matter of self-defense, because, at the very least, death stops executed criminal...
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Miles An Hour Police Officers
1,233 wordsImagine being a police officer doing your daily routine job. You are in a patrol car on the highway, watching the cars and trucks drive by. You are also looking for speeders to warn them to be more careful and maybe youll ticket them. It has been a very boring day for you, since you have only been called on your radio once, and it was for an accident (fender bender). Almost at the end of your shift, a blue car drives by going ninety miles an hour, but you know the speed limit is only fifty-five ...
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Highway Traffic Safety Administration National Highway Traffic Safety
750 wordsIn recent years, more than 5, 900 teenagers died in the United States from motor vehicle crash injuries. Such injuries are by far the leading public health problem for young people 13 - 19 years old (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety [IIHS], 2004). Drivers are not the only ones at risk. Teenagers who are passengers in others vehicles make up a startling 87 % of the fatality statistic. Lack of driving experience, disregard for traffic laws, and quick access to full driving privileges contrib...
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Sylvia Pursuit In Relation To Henrik Hedda Gabler
1,223 wordsIn comparing Sylvia Plath's poem Pursuit to Henrik Ibsen's play Hedda Gabler, one can see many similarities between their themes of emotional distress and the destructive tendencies of unstoppable internal demons. Throughout Pursuit, a panther hunts Plath, the panther symbolizing an internal feeling that is literally trapping and killing her. In the same way, Hedda's own emotions and actions have ensnared her, and she feels that her only way of escape is through death. My poem, Finale closely im...
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Speed Of The Vehicle Phazer Sends Police
387 wordsNowadays, speed-detection technology has become more and more advanced, and not getting a speeding ticket is almost unavoidable. There are a lot of devices around that can help drivers detect the police traps, but these devices are illegal in many states. As people are driving down the interstate with their cruise control set over the speed limit, many get scared of a police car parked on the side of the road. Right after they pass the trap they look at the speedometer and their rear mirror, hop...
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Treat Their Patients Treating Their Patients Doctors
581 wordsGod has gifted us with medical information to know his great ability in creating us. He gave us mind and feelings to use them for our benefit and progress. Medicine reflects Gods sympathy for us, as it is the only means for curing and relieving pains. Doctors are like angels who help people and work hard to heal and cure their pains. They help patients to live happily and in a more comfortable way. Unfortunately, some doctors follow the traditional medicine schools blindly, they deal with patien...
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1 2 Billion Balance Sheet
1,810 wordsExecutives at high-flying Enron Corp. (ENE) never seemed overly concerned with how the rest of the world viewed their business practices. Earlier this year, the California Attorney General had to get a court order to collect documents in an industry wide investigation into energy price fixing. And when an analyst challenged former CEO Jeffrey K. Skilling in a conference call to produce Enron's balance sheet, Skilling called him an "ass " Still, even some Enron executives worried that the company...
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African Americans And Law Enforcement
1,058 wordsIt was late one mourning, and the well- dressed young African American male was driving his Ford Explorer on I- 85, sees the blue lights of the Georgia State patrol car behind him. The officer pulls behind the sport utility vehicle. The young mans heart is beating like thunder. He is on his way to Norcross for a job interview. The stop, obviously for speeding, should not take long, he reasons, as the highway patrol officer walks cautiously toward the Ford Explorer. But instead of simply asking f...
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Aggressive Driving Highway Traffic
997 wordsSpecific Purpose: To persuade the audience that aggressive driving should be avoided. Introduction I. Attention Getter: Speeding, tailgating, giving the finger and outright violence. Each day Americans grow more and more likely to take out their personal frustrations on other drivers. It is called aggressive driving and it is on the incline. II. Definition: Driving is a curious combination of public and private acts. A car isolates a driver from the world even as it carries him through it. The s...
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Investigation On The Enzyme Trypsin
2,197 wordsAn Investigation determining a factor affecting the rate of digestion of gelatin by the protease trypsin. Introduction An enzyme is a biological catalyst, which speeds up reactions. An example of this in the human body is trypsin (a protease produced in the pancreas and used in the stomach), which catalyses the digestion of gelatine, a protein. For this investigation, a photographic film will be the source of the gelatine. I will be able to identify when the gelatine is digested, when the photog...
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Miles Per Hour United States Department
1,193 wordsShould highway speed limits be increased? Should we strike down every sign that the government posts and uses to regulate the speed limit on the thousands of highways around the country? Should we trust the driving ability of each and every person to drive within a reasonably safe speed? The response that most people lean toward is one of negativity. People automatically assume that the speeds presently posted on our highways are there only for our own protection. People do not believe that the ...
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Miles Per Hour Speed Limit
1,266 words... red an increase in fatalities per one hundred million miles. Although, this is not the factor that has stunned many. The fact that the total death rate is down from 24, 911 people in 1995 to 24, 855 in 1996 is of much more importance. Some of the most notable decreases in fatalities include Mississippi - down 21 percent, and Montana -down 10 percent. (Chaser) Montana is a wonderful example not only because of its decrease in fatalities but because of its unique situation. Montana is presentl...
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Cause Of Road Accidents Cause Of Road Driving
1,410 wordsBad Driving In this essay I will discuss when and why bad driving makes mad. There are a lot of stupid things that people do while driving car. Such driving becomes dangerous not only for such drivers but, of course, for the people around. Motorists have revealed that bad driving and unruly children in the car distracts them most. A survey showed that 48 per cent of drivers quizzed claimed that other motorists' faults made them lose concentration behind the wheel. Twenty-one per cent blamed traf...
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Sense Of Duty Consequential Ist
1,681 wordsDefending Duty Ethics Every society and culture has different ways of interpreting and defining ethics development, understanding, and application by the way their own culture or society norms. According to the Websters Dictionary ethics is defined as the discipline dealing with what is good and bad and with moral duty and obligation. A society's culture consists of whatever it is one has to know or believes in order to operate in a manner acceptable to its members. The rituals, customs, ethics ...
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Commit A Crime Ability To Choose
1,252 wordsBrain frees Humans The topic I wish to discuss deals with the freewill of humans. For example, say a guy has an enemy, which he hates. One day this guy makes a conscious decision to kill his enemy. Should blame fall on this man for killing his enemy? Currently, all places in the world, which I can think of, are built around some moral basis that holds a person responsible for their actions. Although, a hard determinist would have to disagree and say that people are not free. Human acts are cause...
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Hundreds Of Dollars Speeding Ticket People
277 wordsYour license and registration please, seems to be a phrase many teenagers have grown to know too well these days. Speeding is one of the most common ways young people brake the law. Now a days the government is trying to bare down the law to make sure less people speed and to insure more severe consequences for those who do. The aftermath of a speeding ticket includes high cost, time, and the overall frustrating experience. The expenses for a speeding ticket may vary depending on the seriousness...
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Animal Instincts Human Brain
1,406 wordsMany Freewill Are Determinists Correct? Many have wondered whether free will exists or not. Some argue yes, some argue no. For now, I will say no. I will begin my argument with a scenario. Say a man has an enemy that he hates very strongly. One day this guy makes a conscious decision to kill his enemy. He calculates every move he needs to make to kill his enemy and succeeds in doing so. Clearly, this man is guilty of murder. The question is, should blame fall on this man for killing another? Cur...
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Pornographic Sites Private Citizens
959 wordsEvery new technology has raised privacy issues. Today Internet is raising new issues about privacy and security among others. Right now there are many legal and ethical battles going on about the Internet and yet there are not consolidated laws regulating the Internet. In other words the Internet is self-regulated. Many organizations are trying to come up with laws that will regulate the World Wide Web. On the other hand there are private citizens and organizations that argue that the Internet s...
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