Conquered by Love

Love is powerful. They say that love can conquer all obstacles in its path. Even conquer those in love. Love drives us to act in ways we could never imagine. But when many hear this, usually eros, romantic love, comes to mind. But what about other types of love? According to The Audiopedia, that provides definitions and explanations for many different words, “Storge is a Gre...
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Reliability And Availability Assessment

The Bhopal city is located in the central India. In 1984, about 1.4 million people lived there, and the region was growing and developing. Therefore, there was a need to increase the productivity of fields. This could be reached by pesticides application. Answering the need, the Union Carbide (UC) built a plant that produced sevin, the insecticide. The UC plant was located fi...
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My Neighborhood

On the east side of Auburn, New York, you will find a special little neighborhood. Connecting Walnut and East Genesee street you will find a quaint little street. Its name is Sherman and if you travel directly through you will be greeted by it’s good friend Cayuga. On this street you will find approximately 31 houses. Among these houses there is a variety of people. Some hou...
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Melodies and Messages

Throughout our world, people share similar goals in life. Fame, glory, and fortune are just a few materialistic ones. Then there are those souls who aim for something that will benefit the whole human race, like positive change in the world. These people look forward to a brighter, more prosperous future. But, since each individual is unique, one may see the same aspiration i...
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Modern Trade

The Globalization of Modern Trade The globalization of modern trade is different from early globalization based on the level of information exchange and the methods of managing the global trade. In the early eras of globalization, it was possible to sell an item which was a rare in other cultures. However, the current globalization allows for trade of commodities relevant to ...
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A Racial/Cultural Critique

“The day a boy becomes a man, is the day he shoots his first buck” (Scrap). Boys believe the day they shoot a gun they become a man. Richard Wright was an African American writer who wrote the short story The Man Who Was Almost a Man. Most of his literature concerns racial themes during the 19th century (English). In The Man Who Was Almost a Man, Dave the main character tries...
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Reliquaries Analysis

Reliquaries are the containers and stores, which are used to display the relics. Because of the high value bestowed to the relics, they were stored inn vessels or reliquaries, which had gold cover, ivory, gems, silver, and enamel. These valuable objects were a great form of artistic production across Europe throughout the middle ages. The reliquaries could take the form of ca...
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Hurricanes

What is a natural disaster? A natural disaster is nature killing thousands of innocent people. Hurricanes are a very violent natural disaster. Hurricanes are caused by warm air and moisture mixed together. They can kill up to 10,000 people or more depending on the size and the wind. When a hurricane hits and the wind starts to pick up so you better find a place to hide and h...
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German concentration camps

It was December 19, 1945 when all the Jewish were taken. I was a little girl when my whole family was taken to a concentration camp. This camp was in Germany I could not quite pronounce the name of it. When we had heard that my best friends family was taken, my mom knew right then that the Nazi’s would found us next. We were hiding for three months in my mom’s friend’s att...
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Modes of Empowerment

Women are empowered through three modes of program or paradigm; Feminist Empowerment Paradigm, Poverty Reduction Paradigm and Financial Sustainability Paradigm. Each has different underlying aims, understandings, policies and priorities in relation to microfinance and gender policy (Mayoux, “Women’s empowerment” p.3). Further each has its own way of relating microfinance to w...
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