How Writing Has Affected the World

Thousands of years ago, before written word, people were already communicating with each other in spoken language. When people had the idea of writing down what they were saying is when mankind took another step towards evaluation. Before there were literally written words, the egyptians used pictures to write out what they had in mind. These were called “Hieroglyphs”. Each h...
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Stand Up

It is easy to look at any system and find errors; anyone can pick apart a structure and exploit its flaws with little trouble. It takes focused, determined, and assertive people to decide which flaws are most detrimental and even more determined people to implement a plan of action and find a solution. Some would argue that within the United States school system the main issu...
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Car Accident

Reflection can be defined as a “deliberate process of thinking about and interpreting experience in order to learn from it. It normally involves a critical analysis of both thoughts and actions, which results in a changed behavior or conceptual perspective.Accidents happen each and every day in our live and it’s upon us to be careful when driving. There are variou...
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Stats Study Guide

The mean incubation time of fertilized eggs is 22 days. Suppose the incubation times are approximately normally distributed with a standard deviation of 1 day. (A)The 19th percentile for incubation times is ____ days? (round to the nearest whole number as needed (B)The incubation times that make up the middle 39% are ___ to ___ days? (round to nearest whole number, use ascend...
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A Visit to a Mosque

The Mosque, also known as Masjid, is the Muslims’ holy place for worship. Among Islam’s five pillars, Salat is the most practiced one; it is the daily prayer that Muslims recite five times a day. The prayers are recited at specific times of the day: at dawn, noon, in the afternoon, evening, and at night. In their prayers Muslims face Mecca, Islam’s holiest city and home to Ka...
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Case Study on Basmati Rice

Basmati Rice Case Study: Basmati rice is a special kind of long-grain rice which has grown India for thousands of years and can be called a traditional product of the country. Naturally, there are many types of rice in the world, but everybody will agree that the best and the tastiest one is basmati rice. Basmati rice has got its name due to its special fragrance which can ...
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Case Study on Unique Personality

Unique Personality Case Study: A unique personality is the originality of the character, worldview and appearance of the human being. From the first sight people look the same, because everyone belongs to the same human nature, thoughts, emotions and behaviour. But the peculiarities of all these qualities are completely original, because everyone is unique and there are no ...
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The Act of Suicide

Introduction Assisted suicide is defined as an action in which an individual assists another individual voluntarily to cause his or her own death. By assisted, it is meant that one provides the means to end someone’s life, for example, certain equipment or drugs and other activities. Euthanasia, on the other hand, refers to the situation in which another individual ends the ...
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Event Planning

Career Exploration Paper Anytime a group of people come together for a singular purpose, whether it be professional or personal, the need arises to have someone to oversee the details. That someone is an event planner. Many industries from small businesses to large corporations hire event planners for a variety of different reasons. Ranging from a bachelor degree in hospitali...
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Robert Frost: A Forever Influential Genius

The first poem that attracted me was called “Where the Sidewalk Ends” by Shel Silverstein. Consequently, I began to fall in love with the rest of his poems, believing that nobody could compare to the symmetry as well as insanity that flowed with his writing. Then I discovered Robert Frost. Being my literary idol and the base of one of my poems: “I Wish to Dr...
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