Anne Frank

World War II was full of innocent people who lost their lives. Anne Frank was one of those many people. Known for keeping her diary during hiding, Anne also had family background, her school life, hiding, and sadly her death. Anne was born on June 12, 1929 in Frankfurt, Germany to Edith Hollander Frank, her mother, and Otto Frank, her father. Not being an only child, Anne ...
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Financial Benefits of Hedging

Introduction In the financial sector financial hedging refers to the act of implementing market positioning strategies in offshore or other less riskier markets with an aim of avoiding or minimizing the effect of exposing the market deliverables to an impending financial risk. This is usually resulting from the sudden progressive and unforeseen effects of price fluctuations ...
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Analysis of "Antigone" by Sophocles

Poetry is never absolute. It can never be deciphered, since each poem has a different meaning to an individual. When we put the verses of the ancient Greek play Antigone together, what we see is a faded outline of a tragedy. It was the act of breaking down the scenes and annotating them that helped me see the colors that the playwright, Sophocles, painted. As I delved deeper ...
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Peace vs. Blood

Peace Vs. Blood There are many ways to gain freedom for a nation and to builld it to be a strong proud nation. There’s the peaceful approach that gains support over time and help from other countries who sympathizes with their cause. Then there’s the approach filled with blood, war, and violence that scares the nation to submit and for other nations to want to di...
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Preparing a Research Paper

A research paper has many different parts as discussed below. Each of these parts captures a unique aspect of the research and the different parts are organized in a logical manner that brings out coherence and logical flow. The following are the main parts of a research paper and the issues they address. Abstract This forms the first part of the paper and it is in this sec...
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Bad Words

Bad words don’t exist. There are derogatory words, slurs, insults, exclamations, and all manner of profanity, but there is no bad language. All language has a distinct and meaningful purpose. Whether it be used as filler or as the key point of a sentence, every word has its place, in both speech and writing. Language is something of a curiosity, as it is omnipresent in...
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Sin, That's the Message!

In the novel The Scarlet Letter, many words or suggestive themes can be noted or stated to be the true moral of the story. Sin is by far the most common theme stated, which is the basis of The Scarlet Letter. Many articles and essays have been written that sin is the moral of the story. In a sense, they are correct, but, let us dig a little deeper into the true moral. Yes, si...
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Financial Crisis

A controversial issue in our government which is now viral is the U.S. financial crisis that our government is currently facing. One major topic a researcher can address to this subject is its main causes. What are the causes of the financial crisis in our government? I want to focus on one major reason of financial crisis, the repeal of Glass-Steagall. The economy collapses ...
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Literature Review

Why is it that are our lives revolve around things? Some writers have been thinking and asking this question. Why? As humans in this day in age we are all distracted by things. More specifically, the wanting, hunting, and getting of things – whether they be tangible (a new computer) or intangible (information) (Glei). Consumerism is a social and economic order that encourages...
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Preservation and Modernization

The government needs to notify the public of the marine crisis that we are facing, so that both sides can come together and take the challenge to protect our oceans. In capitalism, I believe consumers still perform a crucial role in the economy. Education is a powerful tool that can be used by the government to inform the consumers that their choices will actually affect the ...
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