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  • Dont You Dare Read This Mrs
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    I almost wrote Dont you dare read this Mrs. Dunphrey by your name, but just out of habit. But it would be pretty stupid to send you a letter and not let you read it right? Before you get too excited about me writing, I should let you know that this is a assignment. Not for school but from my family therapist that Matt, Mom and I have been seeing every week. (Thats right Mom, I explain. ) The therapist, Mr. Sarcusi says that showing your feelings is healthy. He says after everything that has happ...
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  • East India Company Trade With China
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    What was China's worse nightmare during the late 18 th and the 19 th century? The answer is opium. The rise of the British opium trade with China not only brought devastating and chaotic results for the Chinese government, but also for its citizens. In this paper, I plan to discuss about how and why the opium trade was introduced. In addition, why opium-smoking was so popular and the different ways of how China tried to handle this dilemma, will also be talked about. In the eighteenth and early ...
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  • U S Government Drug Trafficking
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    Approaching and addressing international drug issues in 1999 is not a simple task due to numerous contradictions that involve the inherent nature of economics, politics, culture, and individual ideologies. The normal attributes of drugs, as well as the changing characteristics of these mind-altering substances, makes them the center of complex studies that end up producing contradictory and inconclusive reports. Furthermore, confusion results from the study of available literature due to moral p...
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  • Nerve Cells Withdrawal Symptoms
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    If you have ever seen "The Wizard of Oz" then you " ve seen the poppy plant. This plant is the source of a group of drugs called opiates. The Latin name for this poppy, Paper Somniferum, literally means "the poppy that makes you sleepy. " This class of drugs has many legitimate medical uses, but it is often abused. Many people find the effects of the opiate narcotics very desirable, and it for this reason that the opiates are often abused. Opiates are made from opium, a white liquid in the poppy...
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  • Dining Room Living Room
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    Traveling up a long gravel driveway, there are sights to see such as trees bigger than any that is usually seen in a new town. A big barn swings, and a little old lady so small the littlest bit of wind could knock her over. Looking around, watching the stillness in the air, and the warm tenderness of feeling welcome makes a place like this worth the hour drive. The houses that neighbor are a couple acres away, but neighbors are best friends, practically family. To the back and sides of the house...
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  • 2 Nd Ed Paradise Lost
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    ... om which she comes. The narrator, the French tutor and the other whites have come largely from England, though Oroonoko's owner, is Cornish and Banister, his barbarous executioner, is "a wild Irish Man." Here Behn sets the opposition of savage and British rule by a reference to the first colony as well as the symbolic representation of superior and inferior classes. The slave trade was an economic necessity for the continuance of class differentiation in England at that point in time. Along ...
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  • Opium Poppy Blood Flow
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    Many different drugs have different effects on the body. This paper focuses on the effects caused by three widely used drugs opium, cocaine, and cannabis. They have many common effects between them. Some characteristics of the effects of those drugs are those of stimulants and others are those of depressants. We will describe the chemical effects of each drug on the body. Opium is a drug produced from the capsules of the opium poppy. When fresh from the plant it is a gooey light brown mass ("Opi...
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  • Fate Chance Kings Short Sleep Past Death
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    Death as a Revolving Door in Sonnet 10 One is given a different perspective on Death while reading Sonnet 10. Donne seems to taunt Death and makes himself (or even us as humans) feel that we are above it. He simply notes that Death depends on many things in order to succeed (i. e. fate, chance, kings and desperate men). He also mentions that there are many other things that can cause death and would actually be more pleasant (i. e. poison, war, sickness and poppy) as compared to the sword of Dea...
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  • Donne Commits Suicide
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    Death is Not Powerful in John Donne? s? Death Be Not Proud? John Donne? s? Death Be Not Proud? is one of his twenty-six? Holy Sonnets? . In this poem the author makes fun of Death, showing that Death possesses no power over mankind. Donne believed in immortality, which led to the writing of this sonnet and his disparaging view on Death. Donne talks to Death as if it were another individual. Throughout? Death Be Not Proud? Donne ridicules Death. At the beginning Donne states, ? Death be not proud...
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  • Sense Of Duty Piece Of Paper
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    In Flanders Fields In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved, and were loved, and now we lie In Flanders fields. Take up our quarrel with the foe: To you from failing hands we throw The torch; be yours to hold it high. If ye break faith with us who die We shall not sleep, though poppies g...
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  • Heroin On The Streets Opium Poppy Drug
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    It was a Heroin Heroin It was a sunny June morning in 1996. Jimmy Chaimberlin walked into Jonathan Melvoin s hotel room. He found him lying unconscious in his bed and rushed to dial 911. Despite his quick reaction, when the paramedics arrived, they pronounced Melvoin dead at 4: 00 a. m. on June 20, 1996. This is just one of the many fatalities that heroin causes every year and it could happen to you. In fact, heroin controls the lives of over 70, 000 people in the US alone. Heroin is three times...
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  • Withdrawal Symptoms Drug Free
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    What do fatal Heroin Heroin What do fatal overdose, spontaneous abortion, collapsed veins, and infectious diseases all have in common? They are all serious health conditions that might occur if someone is abusing opiates. This includes heroin, also known as di acetyl morphine or dia morphine. Its abuse is more widespread than any other opiates. In this paper, opiates and heroin will be deeply discussed and their major effect on society. What does it mean to be drugged? It means losing your healt...
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  • Opium Poppy Highly Addictive
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    Narcotics are drugs Narcotics Narcotics Narcotics are drugs that excite the nervous system. Most narcotics are made from the opium poppy, (Paper Somniferum) which is found mainly in Asia. Narcotics were the first drugs used as medicines. They can relieve physical and emotional pain, and for this reason, they made very good medicines. The problem with narcotics is that they are highly addictive, and they make people develop tolerance. There are many different narcotics, the most common being hero...
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  • Poppy Don Remember Picture
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    I am almost completely at a non-bias standpoint when viewing the picture of my grandfather and me. I must rely on pictures and stories to have memories of Poppy Don. Since I dont remember much other than the love I felt when I was around him. The feeling I get when I see the picture is the same as the feeling I do actually remember. At first glance, you see what looks like a little girl and her grandfather smiling for the camera. Then, I see Poppy's basic characteristics. First, I see his smile ...
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  • Second World War War Crimes
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    Of biplanes and hypnotists The Unfortunates by Laurie Graham 384 pp, Fourth Estate War Crimes for the Home Liz Jensen 240 pp, Bloomsbury To write comically about epochal events is one of the most exacting tasks a writer can face: its far too easy to misjudge your tone horrendously and end up with a mess that is neither funny nor illuminating. And yet if you pull it off, the rewards are great. Not only can you amuse and entertain your readers, but you can also reclaim the fictional terrain that i...
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  • Point Of View Author
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    John Donne? s diction, detail, point of view, metaphysical format, and tone used in? Holy Sonnet 10? convey both a feeling of cynical and domination, and also a sense of mockery of death. The effects on the reader include assurance and confidence in facing death. The author? s diction makes the reader feel that death ca be defeated. For example, death has been called? mighty and dreadful? but the author shows that it is not more than a? short sleep? where men go for the? rest of their bones. ? T...
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